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. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
Books on my Fall /Autumn 2021 to-read list
This weeks challenge isn’t too hard,so here are the books I would like to read this autumn.
The Colours of Death by Patricia Marques
A Gifted ( telepathic) detective has to investigate the murder of a prominent scientist. This book combines my favourite genres crime and urban fantasy maybe grittier than my usual reads.
A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske
I think I may have got caught up with all buzz on Twitter about this book, but I’m going to go with the flow. A fantasy set in Edwardian England full of magic, contracts and conspiracies – this is just right up my street.
Inda by Sherwood Smith
I never heard of this author till I read a review of one of her books on the amazing A Cat. A book and a cup of tea book blog and I was hooked. I have to read books in a series in order, so the first book is on my to-read list.
Summon up the Blood by R.N Morris
I enjoyed reviewing The Mannequin House (the second book in the Silas Quinn series) recently with Silas Quinn, a detective with a dark side. So, of course, I have no choice but to read the first book.
The Memory Theater by Karin Tidbeck
I love books with parallel worlds which this book promises to deliver.
Leviathan Falls by James S.A Corey
I feel like I have been waiting forever for the final book in The expanse series, the best space science fiction series ever written.
The Offing by Benjamin Myers
I won this book on Twitter competition. This book set in post-war Britain sounds like a book to read when the weather turns a bit colder.
Taken by Benedict Jacka
I have just started reading the Alex Verus series. I look forward to reading the third book in this urban fantasy series featuring a powerful mage who just happens to own a magic shop in London.
A Desolation called Peace by Arkady Martine
The world-building was unique in A memory called Empire look forward to the sequel to see what the author does next.