Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Fall 2019 TBR

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Did anyone else have trouble trimming their lists down to only ten books? There were so many titles to choose from for this week’s prompt!

1. The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

This was released just a couple of weeks ago, so I’m counting it as an autumn book. I’m intrigued by the thought of finding a magical book that explains things about our world that don’t currently make sense.

2. The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring

Release Date: Today

There has never been a point in my lifetime when I was anything less than thrilled to read a story about a haunted house. I’ll never be able to get enough of that trope.

3. The Library of Lost Things by Laura Taylor Namey

Release Date: October 8

Honestly, who wouldn’t want to visit a library of lost things? I’ve often wondered where my missing pencils and gloves really ended up.

4. The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

Release Date: October 8

This tale is set in a world where teen girls are sent to live in the woods alone for a year to release all of their magical pheramones before being married off. It sounds scary and suspenseful. I can’t wait to figure out what’s really going on when these teens are sent away.

5. Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker

Release Date: October 15

What could be better than mixing magic, bookstores, and cooking all together into the same plot? I sure can’t think of much!
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6. Tarnished Are the Stars by Rosiee Thor

Release Date: October 15

I am irresistibly drawn to stories about clockwork hearts. That is, characters who original hearts were replaced by mechanical versions in universes far less medically advanced than our own.

7. Lifestyles of Gods and Monsters by Emily Roberson

Release Date: October 20

Retellings of classic myths are something I haven’t been reading much of these past few years. It just might be time to change that.

8. The Book of Lost Saints  by Daniel José Older

Release Date: November 20

Stories about multigenerational families are always interesting to me.

9. A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh

Release Date: December 3

There’s something about the end of autumn that makes me want to read murder mysteries. This one look especially good because it’s set during the summer in a peaceful little town.

10. The Kill Club by Wendy Heard

Release Date: December 17

This thriller sounds deliciously scary.


  1. I love this list! I’ll be reading The Ten Thousand Doors of January soon too I hope.

  2. Oh Mooncakes looks ADORABLE!!!

  3. Great choices!

  4. Okay, but why do I want to read so many books on this list? My TBR is already out of control, I don’t need more books in my life right now! But seriously this list has opened my eyes to so many cool books, and I didn’t even realise Mooncakes was coming out so soon (that is going straight to the top of my TBR list)

  5. I’m really looking forward to The Library of Lost Things. Any book with the word library in the title gets me excited.

  6. I hope you get the chance to read all of these! I found Wendy Heard’s first book on sale, but I haven’t read it yet.

  7. Great list! Library of Lost Things sounds like such a good concept!

  8. I just read the blurb for The Tenth Girl and I have to say, I am intrigued!! I don’t usually venture away from the romance genre but I think I may give this book a chance!!

  9. I’ve heard very good things about Mooncakes, and it looks like a cute read.
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  10. Oooh Ten Thousand Doors of January looks cool! I also have The Library of Lost Things! I’ll be picking it up sometime this week or the next!

  11. Christine @ LifeWithAllTheBooks says

    Great list! The Tenth Girl looks so creepy but so good! ?

  12. OOoh nice! Tenth Girl is on my list too! Sounds like a nice creepy read for fall! I hope you enjoy all of your picks for fall!

    Thanks for visiting my TTT!

  13. Great list, these are all ones I want to read!

  14. I really loved The Ten Thousand Doors of January and Mooncakes is absolutely perfect for this season. I hope you enjoy them!

  15. Oooh *rubs hands in glee* Some wonderful titles on here, especially The Kill CLub. But really I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on any of these!

  16. I won a copy of The Grace Year from Goodreads. Need to move it up the pile so I can read it soon!

  17. I have the Grace year and Lifestyles of gods and monsters on my TBR too!

  18. Great list! Mooncakes is really cute and The Grace Year sounds like one I need to check out. I really want to read The Ten Thousand Doors of January!

  19. ‘Lost Things’ is a book I know much (or anything about), but given its title, I feel like that’s a terrible oversight on my part. Sounds like the kind of novel with the potential to be a charming read! Here’s hoping it is…!

    (And I really think I need to limit my seasonal TBRs to less than ten books… this way I have a better chance of actually reading some of them. :D)

    Thanks so much for the Finding Wonderland visit.

  20. I nearly bought The Ten Thousand Doors of January the other day but I was there to get a couple others……so I left it. But the cover is so amazing, I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to buy it next time I go to the bookstore.

  21. I can’t wait to read The Ten Thousand Doors of January, it sounds amazing. Hope you enjoy all your books 🙂

  22. Mooncakes is so cute!

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