Books On My TBR / Autumn

Books On My TBR / Autumn 2015
Here’s some of the books that are on my current TBR!

I blogged about my TBR back in April and my summer reads TBR in July. I’m happy to say that I’ve read the majority of the books! I still have the three adult books to read (I particularly want to read All the Light We Cannot See), three eBooks, and one summer book, Saint Anything. But it’s time for a new TBR on my desk!

I picked out my next two books for the 2015 Classics Challenge: Danny The Champion of the World (appropriate as today’s Roald Dahl Day!) and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. It’s been a little while since I’ve picked up a Roald Dahl, so I can’t wait to get stuck in later today.

I also haven’t been reading as many children’s books this year, so I added The Wolf Wilder, The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow and Goodbye Stranger – all incredibly popular books of 2015. I’m looking forward to meeting up with friends and discussing The Wolf Wilder next month, especially the beautiful illustrations by Gelrev Ongbico.

And lastly – the YA! I added my buddy Lauren James’ The Next Together, Louise O’Neill’s much-needed Asking For It, the highly-anticipated Queen of Shadows (although I need to pick up The Assassin’s Blade first!), and the new book by Annabel Pitcher, Silence is Goldfish. I think I have a particularly strong TBR this autumn!

Books On My TBR / Autumn 2015
Of course, I haven’t forgotten the eBooks. I need to catch up with Holly Smale’s Geek Girl series, so I had to pick All That Glitters. Also at the top of my eBooks TBR is All the Rage, Finding Audrey, Tonight the Streets Are Ours, All of the Above, and Everything, Everything.

Stay tuned for my Halloween TBR next month!

Have you read any of these books? Let me know what you thought! Which books should I read first?

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35 thoughts on “Books On My TBR / Autumn

  1. I’ve read Finding Audrey. It was a quick read — I think I finished it in a day. It wasn’t my favorite Sophie Kinsella book, and I’m not really sure I enjoyed it. It’s one that I thought I liked when I finished it, but as I get further away, I’m not sure I do. I’ll be interested to see what you think!

  2. I’ve been waiting for Asking for It, and have had Finding Audrey, unread, in my shelf for quite a while. I’d love to hear what you think of both!

  3. I loved The Mystery of the Clockwork Sparrow! It’s very immersive and exciting, I found that the suspense built most after I had decided who the criminal was because I needed to know if I was right or not…

  4. Great post! I love hearing about what people are reading. I have so many books to read at the moment that it’s overwhelming! Queen of Shadows is featuring pretty highly on the list though 🙂 I’ve wondered about a few of the other titles you’ve got on yours and will be interested to see what you think!

  5. I’m currently reading ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’ – it’s very good!

  6. Queen of Shadows is amazing!!!!! You should read it first! 🙂

  7. I bought The Next Together yesterday at an event that Lauren James was a panelist at. She was so lovely and her books sounds amazing! x

  8. I love Geek Girl! Finding Audrey was also a good book. I haven’t read any of the others. It looks like you have some fantastic reading ahead of you!

  9. I love your pictures! They are always so lovely, I can’t resist staring at them! And I see you are reading Queen of Shadows… I am hosting a read along with Anjie from Love Thy Shelf and Erika and Miedjel from Partners In Books and a few others. I have a post currently on my blog for it if you’d like to check it out!

  10. I really want to read Asking for It though I think it’s going to gut me. I’m currently reading All the Rage and well, I’m not angry yet but I feel like the anger is just a page away. Holly Smale is amazing as usual. The Wolf Wilder is brilliant. I enjoyed the book immensely.

  11. Ooo… You’ve got some really great books lined up for the autumn – quite a few I look forward to hearing your thoughts on.

  12. I’d love to discuss WOLF WILDER with you! Let me know when you finish 🙂

    FINDING AUDREY was surprisingly enjoyable. I don’t know what I was expecting…maybe this strange stigma of “oh, Kinsella writes adult chick lit, not sure how it’ll translate to YA.” But she takes a serious topic and manages to make it fun, entertaining, humorous, without being hurtful or degrading.

    EVERYTHING EVERYTHING is on my TBR list as well. It looks so fascinating! A girl who is allergic to everything…?!

    TONIGHT THE STREETS ARE OURS wasn’t for me, but the concept is pretty neat.

    Let us know what you think of GOODBYE STRANGER and A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN! 🙂 Great list, Stacey!

    • I wasn’t too sure about Finding Audrey when I first heard about it, but the cover drew me in – I’m looking forward to it. I’ll definitely let you know what I think of them all, especially The Wolf Wilder. I’m sure it’ll be a favourite (fingers crossed). Does the US edition have inside illustrations too?

  13. Heey!
    Your TBR is very nice. I’ve never read any of these books, but “Clockwork Sparrow” seems to be pretty good.
    Have a nice week =)
    I’d like to invite you to visit my blog ^^

  14. I’ve seen the “Queen of Shadows” in a lot of YA book lists recently so that definitely has to be read this fall for sure. I am excited to look into some of these other books you’ve recommended as well. I have been telling everyone about a YA must read I just finished by author Trudie Hayes called “Convergence” ( It is a really fun and exciting book about three preteens (who come from entirely different backgrounds and couldn’t be any more contrasting if they tried). It is their first day of school and they are forced to ban together after finding out they come from a timeless ancestry that are being threatened by a pre-existing adversary. I really liked the characters and the concept. Puts things into perspective when you’re worried about being popular but then exposed to alternate realities! haha. Hope you will check it out and it makes it on a future list

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