Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
Will these actually be the books I read this autumn? Or will I just flail around reading random things on my kindle?
Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff
I’ve actually just started this chunkster of a book, and I am so ready for vampires to be back in fashion.
My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones
This story of a girl obsessed with horror movies and a final girl moving to town sounds like the perfect Halloween themed read.
The Bronzed Beasts by Roshani Chokshi
I can’t wait to find out what happens next, but this all depends on if I actually get a copy. I had trouble with my pre-order of The Silvered Serpents last year, so I just went with an ebook this time…only for that to be cancelled. Amazon seem to be the only place with the hardback listed, so I am doubtful if they will actually get stock in… Fingers crossed!
Far From the Light of Heaven by Tade Thompson
Thanks to Orbit for the review copy, I’m looking forward to seeing how Tade tackles space.
The Winter Garden by Alexandra Bell
I’m always a little resistant to books compared the The Night Circus, because I am like one of three people in the whole world who didn’t love it, but I can still be tempted by a magical Victorian winter garden.
A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske
Thanks to Tor for the review copy. Magical, queer, Edwardian historical fantasy, this sounds fantastic.
Stay Another Day by Juno Dawson
A book inspired by a 90’s boyband Christmas number one? I am intrigued, I don’t really know much about this but I’m hoping it’s festive!
The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki
I loved A Tale for the Time Being so am looking forward to Ruth’s new novel.
Bad Apples by Will Dean
I love listening to Maya Lindh narrate the Tuva audiobooks, so I’ll definitely be listening to this one on my evening dog walks.
The Apollo Murders by Chris Hadfield
I am so intrigued by this space race murder mystery written by a real life astronaut. I’ve seen positive early reviews, so I think I’m going to give it a chance.
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