Tuesday, September 19, 2017

My Fall TBR Pile!

The post was inspired by The Broke and The Bookish's Top Ten Tuesday Link Up


My Fall TBR Pile!!!!

1. If We Were Villains by M. L. Rio
      A murder mystery involving college drama students and Shakespeare. (And probably a dead person.)


2. Provenance: How A Con Man and a Forger Rewrote the History of Modern Art 
       by Laney Salisbury
       I mean really. The name says it all. 



3. Code Name Variety by Elizabeth Wein
      Popular/I keep hearing about it. And I like to make my own judgements on things, rather then go  on what other people say.



4. Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder


     This was on a "Book Suggestions for Slytherins List." Of course I wanted to check it out. (Also its about Poison Testers and just looks so interesting)



5. The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas

  *To the tune of Happy Birthday* A boring classic for me. A boring classic for me. A boring classic for M.K.!!!! A boring classic for me!



6. As You Like It by William Shakespeare

Nope. I only do the "Boring Classic Song" once.


7. Dying for Chocolate by Diane Mott Davidson

Its a murder mystery book. And it involves food. And not just any food! CHOCOLATE! Apparently, its from a series of murder mystery books that involve food. (The Goldy Culinary Mysteries)


8. Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin
See #3. Not to mention motorcycle races and secrets and such.


9. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
His name is Rothfuss for crying out loud. And have you seen his bio on Amazon? He amuses me. I shall keep him.



10. The Fault in Our Stars
People keep saying "it will make you cry."

 Well... CHALLENGE EXCEPTED. Also #3


What are you reading this fall? Do you have any book suggestions for Fall? Do tell!


M.K.

15 comments:

  1. Those look like some good books! I honestly don't know what I'm really this fall (the library is always a new adventure) but I have to read the Iliad for school. Oh the joy :)

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    1. I just finished reading the Iliad for school. It can be a bit...dense at times :)

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  2. I'm trying to read the Lunar Chronicles for Fall. Heartless is in Autumn time, and I love it so far. Your list looks great, though I haven't heard of some of these. <3

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    1. You're going to read TLC soon? Yay! *throws confetti*

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    2. Yes, I am. Just waiting for Cinder to be back in my library.

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  3. I've read the Count of Monte Cristo. It's actually really good! Oooh all the other ones look interesting. Not the Fault in Our Stars though, I've already read that.

    -Lia
    catholicgirlstuff.blogspot.com
    lilahsmusicals.blogspot.com

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    1. I tend to avoid Dumas. He's a very anti-Catholic author and his books are weird in my opinion.

      Catherine

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  4. These all sound like books I would read.

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  5. Great list! If We Were Villains were great! :)

    Lauren @ Always Me

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  6. I hope you enjoy all these!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/top-ten-tuesday-125/

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  7. i LOVE the Count of Monte Cristo! And *sob* The Fault in Our Stars. It made me cry. It was pretty good, although some language. :)
    Great--more books for my already toppling TBR. haha :)

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  8. I was surprised at how much I liked Code Name Verity, which I'd avoided for awhile. And I was surprised that TFIOS actually made me cry. Poison Study series seems to be a love-it-or-hate-it, and I loved it, but Wolf By Wolf was kind of meh for me.

    I can't help you on the boring classics, though the song was nice...

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  9. I am SO dying to read The Poison Study series and The Count of Monte Cristo! Hope you love those two.

    I really didn't enjoy The Fault in Our Stars :( I found it so disappointing. But I hope you like it!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend, Mary Katherine <3

    Amy @ A Magical World Of Words

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    1. I don't think I'll like "The Fault in Our Stars" but I'm still going to try and read it. Mainly because everyone loves John Greene and I've never read one of his books?

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