Books on My Fall 2021 TBR List #TopTenTuesday

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is:

Books on My Fall 2021 To-read List

Fall takes a while to sink in. September and October tend to still be warm weather days here. So it doesn’t quite feel autumnal yet.

But once September comes around, I pivot to the spooky reads. It’s largely because of Readers Imbibing in Peril, which runs from September to end October, and encourages the reading of all things spooky. I’ve joined this challenge for many years now, and here are some books on my tbr list:


Let The Right One In – John Ajvide Linqvist

I don’t know why I haven’t read this one. Haven’t seen the movie either. But I keep hearing about it. Have you read this/seen the movie?

How We Fall Apart – Katie Zhao

A YA thriller set at a prep school where one of the students (an ex-best friend) turns up dead.

The Book of Accidents – Chuck Wendig

Something about returning to a rural hometown where creepy things happen.

Ring Shout – P. Djèli Clark

Another new-to-me writer. This is described as a dark fantasy historical novella.

Faithless – Kjell Ola Dahl

A Norwegian police detective. Might not be the best book to start with, as this is book 7 but oh well, maybe it doesn’t matter where I begin?

Clark and Division – Naomi Hirahara

A mystery set in 1944 Chicago, where a Japanese-American family has been released from internment camp.

Black Water Sister – Zen Cho

I love Cho’s writing, a lot of which is set in Malaysia or revolves around Malaysian culture.

The Dark Vault – Victoria Schwab

This combines Schwab’s books The Archived and The Unbound. And perhaps also a novella?

Quiet in Her Bones – Nalini Singh

I read my first book from Singh last month and loved it. This one is a standalone so I’m curious to see how it goes.

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.


  1. I really like Nalini Singh—I’ll have to give Quiet in Her Bones a look.

    Here’s my list—

    Happy TTT!


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