Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s topic is the top ten books on my fall TBR.
The Chaos Walking Trilogy (The Knife of Never Letting Go, The Ask and the Answer, Monsters of Men)
by Patrick Ness
I’ve heard SUCH good things about this series (most recently from Shannon at leaninglights) and they’re sitting on my shelf, so what am I waiting for? I also absolutely loved A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness, so I’m hoping to love these as well.
Anything by Neil Gaiman
A few months ago, I read The Ocean at the End of the Lane and I didn’t love it as much as everyone else seems to. I think it’s time to give Neil Gaiman another shot. I’ve got all 3 of these titles on my shelf, so I will probably start here.
The Martian by Andy Weir
This will be a re-read for me, but I want to refresh before the movie comes out. If you haven’t read this yet, I highly recommend it! It is hilarious and heart-warming and so memorable. I especially the audiobook because the narrator does an amazing job.
Another Day by David Levithan
I read Every Day a while back and absolutely loved it, so I’m excited to read the rest of the duology. Also, it is progress towards my #0unfinishedseriesby2015 goal, so win win!
I don’t reach for non-fiction often, but when I do it’s usually about psychology and mental health. These four titles are among my options: The Unquiet Mind by Kay Redfield Jamison, The Chemistry of Joy by M.D. Henry Emmons and Rachel Kranz, Switching Time by Richard Baer, and Asylum by William Seabrook.
The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel
I literally heard of this book about a week ago, but now it is on my radar. Rave reviews on Goodreads! High recommendation from various booktubers. Definitely going to get to this one soon.
City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett
That cover though… so gorgeous. It seems to promise mystery and suspense, plus it’s got great reviews.
The Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo
I’m very late to the Leigh Bardugo party, but a lot of people LOVE this series. Also, Six of Crows releases soon and is set in the same world, so it makes sense to read these first.
Prisoner of Night and Fog duology by Anne Blankman
WWII/Holocaust stories are always very interesting to me, and this is such an intriguing twist on the typical story. I’m very excited to dig into these.
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
This book is everything right now! It is sitting in all of its gorgeous glory on my shelf, just waiting to be devoured. The formatting is so intriguing and I’ve heard it is supposed to be a game-changer for the YA genre. I will be getting to this one before its release!
What’s on the top of your fall TBR?
Have you read any of these? If so, let me know what I should bump to the top!