Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to participate in. This week’s prompt is Books That Give Off Autumn Vibes (Autumn scenes/colors on the cover, autumn atmosphere, etc.).
Books that gave me all the autumnal feels:
(Click on the title below the cover for the synopsis on Goodreads.)
Not only does The Scorpio Races take place in November, it’s super atmospheric. I cannot recommend it enough.
When I think of Eleanor & Park, I think about a scene where they’re standing outside in the cold and Park sticks his hands in the sleeves or holes of Eleanor’s sweater. I have no idea if that scene is real, but it’s what I think of, which puts this book in my list of books that give me autumn vibes. (It’s also what I think of every time I hear the song “Sweater Weather” by the Neighborhood.)
When I think of Fangirl, I think of fall and coffee shops and the start of a new school year.
It’s been years since I read A Separate Peace, but for some reason I still associate it with fall.
All the Harry Potter books scream fall to me, but none more than Deathly Hallows. I think it’s all the camping.
Outlander screams fall. Chills, thrills, and all that plaid.
I read My Plain Jane, a twist on Jane Eyre, for the first time this year, and just like the original, it’s mysterious and brooding, perfect for fall.
Books set in Autumn from my TBR:
I’ve been wanting to read this one for so long and I have no idea why I haven’t yet. I hear it’s the perfect book for this time of year.
I’ve seen this on several ‘books to read for fall’ lists. It looks and sounds autumnal.
This one also sounds perfect for this time of year, mysterious and haunting.
Have I included any of your favorites? What’s your most autumnal recommendation?? Let me know in the comments!