Top Ten Tuesday #2 | Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

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Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post. I don’t participate in all the topics, but rather the ones that interest me and I can think of 10 answers. Make sense though, isn’t it? So today’s topic is one of such: Top ten books on my fall TBR. Now, when we talk about any season like fall, winter etc. then I am not really a kind of person reading according to the seasons. I just enjoy reading anything, anytime. So today, my list basically consists of anticipated books that I wish to read in next 2 months. Most of the books are pre-ordered ones so I don’t know when they will arrive, but I guess, I can stick with the list with some books from my never-ending TBR pile 😀 Without further ado, let’s see what reads I wish to cover this fall.

 

 

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Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List

 

 

Geekerella by Ashley Poston: This is the book which I was eying for many months and finally I own it. I am going to start it soon. I have heard only good things about it and it has been a long time since I read a cute book 🙂

 

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green: Well, I don’t know about you but I a huge fan of John Green and I can’t wait for his new book. I pre-ordered it as soon as I got the news of its release and now I only wish that it arrive on the day scheduled. Though I have read only his two books, still I am a huge fan of his writing. And you have to agree with me here, that he really writes some very good quotes.

 

Warcross by Marie Lu: This book is currently all over the blogosphere and I am reading mixed reviews about it. To be frank, I am not totally sure how this book will actually turn out, yet I am excited to read it as I have never read anything by Marie Lu before, and that cover though!

 

Heartless by Marissa Meyer: I know, probably I am late for reading this, but you will probably laugh on my reason about not reading it till now. I was waiting for this particular hardcover edition to go cheap 😀 Yes, I don’t know if anyone else has this similar kind of issue or not, but if a particular book cover doesn’t appeal to me (and if I know that a different cover edition is available for it), then I can’t read it until I get the edition that I want 😀 Weird, eh?

 

 

Exit West by Mohsin Hamid: This book needs no introduction, right? This is currently in Man Booker’s Prize shortlist. There are currently 4 books in the final, but this is the one which appealed to me most and I bought it right after hearing its news to become the finalist. I have a feeling that this can be the winner. What do you say?

 

The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas: This is the most talked about diverse read this year because of the strong storyline and the protagonist. I have only heard good things about it. Can you guess the obvious reason why I haven’t read it yet? Well, I was waiting for this particular hardcover edition to be available here 😀 (this reason is becoming obvious, isn’t it? 😛 )

 

When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon: This is such a cute read as I can get from its synopsis. But rather than the synopsis, it is its recent hype that forced me to buy this. Being an Indian and the lover of Bollywood movies, I can understand the point of view of Sandhya Menon. I hope it is really different than most of our Bollywood movies!

 

An Ordinary Life: A memoir by Nawazuddin Siddiqui: Well, this book has a special place in my heart among this list. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a well known Bollywood personality. I don’t think anyone who knows him and have watched his movies, can disagree with me that he is really fabulous. He is a real life example of “rags to riches”. So, when I heard of his book, what did the first thing I did? Pre-ordered it 😀

 

 

Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo: I totally loved Wonder Woman movie so I very excited to read this. I am not sure if it is similar to the movie or is different. Unfortunately, this book isn’t available in India yet and I am waiting for it to arrive.

 

The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi KaurRupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey was my first modern poetry and I totally adored it. It was so raw, brutal and yet hopeful. So how could I have missed her second book? I loved all the promotion that she did for this book. If you have seen them I hope you can get it what I am talking about. The paintings and all that she painted on her body were really beautiful. I am excited to read this and just waiting for its release.

 

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Top 10 books on my fall TBR list

 

 

 

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Have you read any of these books? What do you think about them? What are some of your anticipated reads for this fall?

 

 

 

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  1. Ellie Warren

    Geekerella and When Dimple Met Rishi are both super cute reads. You’ve got a few others than are on my very extensive TBR. I’m still pondering over the new John Green, I’m not his greatest fan but then I know everyone will be talking about it!

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  2. RAIN CITY READS (@RainCityReads)

    I actually had Exit West on my list but it got bumped – just barely – by The Essex Serpent. It is still one I’m hoping to get to in the near future though since it’s not super long and I am curious about it. I read THUG earlier this year and 100% recommend it. It’s beautifully written and very thought provoking. Definitely a great book to read on a weekend!

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  3. Zoe

    Warcross and Wonder Woman are definitely two of my most anticipated books as well. 🙂 And When Dimple Met Rishi and The Hate U Give are really good, so I hope you enjoy them too. 🙂 Thanks for sharing and, as always, fabulous choices! <3

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  5. Lois

    A lot of these books are on my tbr list as well. I’ve not read a Marie Lu book either but out of all of her books, the concept for Warcross appeals to me the most. Hopefully it lives up to the hype.
    I think The Hate U Give is one of the most important books releases this year. I’ve not read it yet but it’s high on the priority list. Good luck with completing the tbr. 😀

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