TTT: Book on my Fall 2018 TBR

As my favorite time of year begins it’s time to start thinking of all the wonderful books I’m gonna I’ve dive into the next couple of months. I’ve already talked about my September books and some of my October picks (over at my RIP Challenge Sign-Up), so here is some of TBR for the Fall:


Throughout the whole year I’ve put books aside for the month of October. I have so many I want to read that I have no clue if I will get to every single one. These are a few on my list that will hopefully get me in the spooky mood.

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From Here to Eternity – Caitlin Doughty

Let the Right One In – John Ajvide Lindqvist

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Lovecraft Country – Matt Ruff

The Passage – Justin Cronin



The end of the year is for catching up on all the buzz worthy books that I have’t gotten to read. I have a nominee and winner from the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction and I suspect I’ll more from the Man Booker and National Book award once their short lists come out! HBO’s adaptation of My Brilliant Friend is coming out this month, so I want to get to the book soon.

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Florida – Lauren Groff

Home Fire – Kamila Shamsie

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My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante

When I Hit You – Meena Kandasamy



7 thoughts on “TTT: Book on my Fall 2018 TBR

  1. This list looks like a great time! Especially your October novels… do you know if Let the Right One In is what inspired the movie? If so, you should totally watch it after you’re done!

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    1. Thank you! An yes, the Swedish movie is based off the book and the American movie is a remake (I don’t know if they took anything from the book). I’ve seen both and really enjoyed them, been meaning to read the book for ages now.


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