2019 Autumn Reading List

Autumn is upon us! At least, officially speaking. The weather where I live hasn’t embraced the season change yet. But that hasn’t stopped me from thinking of All the Fall Things and putting together a reading list!

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
It’s always a good time to read this one, right?

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Ah, yes. Can’t forget my favorite eerie classic.

The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
I definitely want to do another November reread of this, but the question remains: Do I reread it in print or listen to the audiobook again?

Haladya and Rothana by Sarah Delena White
I still haven’t read Rothana and I need to revisit Halayda before I do anyway, and fall seems like the perfect time!
 

The Crown of Stars series by Elizabeth D. Marie
I’ve already finished rereading the first book of this series, and I’m catching up on the others too since the newest installment released earlier this month.
 

The Raven and The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
My two favorites of Poe’s stories (even before Cask became a meme, hehe), and it’s been a couple years since I last read them.
 

Dracula by Bram Stoker
I have never read this book and it’s been on my TBR for a few years. It’s just one of those titles that intimidates me because I know it will take me a while to get through but I still want to try. 

Do you have a fall reading list this year? What titles are you most looking forward to?

Comments

  1. I plan to reread The Scorpio Races too! I've never listened to the audiobook version, so I'm going to do it this year.

    And Dracula is pretty dense. I took my time with it because I, too, knew it would take a while to get through. Some parts of it are better than others, and at times, it can be slow/boring. But the vampire aspects are so great! :)

    Happy reading!

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    1. It's probably one of my favorite audiobooks! The narrators did a really good job as Puck and Sean.

      I'm excited to finally give it a try! Even if it does take a while, hehe. There are so many cool reimaginings out there though that I figured it's about time I checked out the novel. ^_^

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  2. Dracula is actually really good! Boring at times, but good. The vampire lore is brilliant. ;)

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    1. I'm so looking forward to finally reading the lore!

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