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TTT·Books for not-Spring

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

Today’s Topic:

Books On My Spring Fall TBR
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Because I live in the southern hemisphere I’m getting ready for the best season of all: Autumn

These are some books I want to read that for one reason or another remind me of fall. It can be the cover or the story or an arbitrary thing that will make you question my life choices… Let’s do it!

For me fall means warm places and calm. The leaves are falling and turning all shades of orange and everyone seems to breathe easier after the excitement of summer. It’s a time to relax with a nice book and it’s a time for magic. Autumn is the perfect season to read about fae and magic so I wanted this TBR to reflect those feelings:

Cover

Title

Series

Author

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Shadow and Bone

The Grishaverse

Bardugo, Leigh

25446799

The Sidhe

The Heart of All Worlds

Ashe, Charlotte

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The Star-Touched Queen

The Star-Touched Queen

Chokshi, Roshani

9780765392039

Down among the sticks and bones

Wayward Children

McGuire, Seanan

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The Hazel Wood

The Hazel Wood

Albert, Melissa

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Children of blood and bone

Legacy of Orïsha

Adeyemi, Tomi

37642899

Darkling

Port Lewis Witches

Ray, Brooklyn

What are all of you reading this fall/spring?

If you’ve read any of these let me know what you thought and also if you have suggestions that go with the theme feel free to throw them at my direction!source2

Author:

Book lover and hockey goalie from Argentina. Trying to figure life out

7 thoughts on “TTT·Books for not-Spring

  1. The Sidhe has been on my “I’m intrigued by this” list for a while; if you end up reading it, I’d love to know what you think!

    Beautiful cover for The Hazel Wood. My library has a different one, a black one with gray and brown designs.

    I liked Down Among the Sticks and Bones a lot. I like all the Wayward Children books.

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    1. I’m also intrigued by The Sidhe, I think I saw it on someone’s post. I’ll tell you when I get to it!
      The cover for the Hazel Wood is an exclusive for fairyloot and it’s so pretty! Blue is my favourite color so I’m kind of biased. Truth is I also like the original cover a lot.
      I’ve only read Every heart a doorway so far but I was trully blown away by the story. I’m waiting till I finish all three before posting a review though

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