You will fall for these books

When fall is in the air, something happens. I really cannot explain it. Maybe it’s the chill in the air; maybe it’s the feeling that Halloween is almost here. Whatever the reason, it’s the perfect season to read these books.

Please comment and tell me what books you like to read in the fall.

Dracula–Bram Stoker
The Historian–Elizabeth Kostova
Of Bees and Mists–Erick Setiawan
The Witching Hour–Anne Rice
The Lace Reader–Brunonia Barry
The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters–Gordon Dahlquist
The Gargoyle–Andrew Davidson
The Brief History of the Dead–Kevin Brockmeier
The Road–Cormac McCarthy
The Lovely Bones–Alice Sebold
The Thirteenth Tale–Diane Setterfield
Sharp Objects–Gillian Flynn
The Shadow of the Wind–Carlos Ruiz Zafon
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie–Alan Bradley
Rebecca–Daphne du Maurier
The Magicians–Lev Grossman
Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell–Susannah Clarke
The Host–Stephenie Meyer
Labyrinth–Kate Mosse
The Secret History–Donna Tartt

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2 responses to “You will fall for these books

  1. txtmstrjoe

    I’ve read only two of those books, only one of which I did to completion: Dracula is still THE scariest book I’ve ever read.

    I never got into The Witching Hour. I think the sheer size of this book scares me (in a totally different way compared to Bram Stoker’s gothic classic).

    And no, I’ll likely never want to go back to Rice’s big book. :-p

  2. bookmagnet

    Seeing as you are such a fan of Dracula, you ought to try “The Historian.” I think it’s in the same class as Stoker!

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