This is a guest post by Ceri at Read and Review It.
Hi everyone! To celebrate the start of Fall, I thought I would share my best cosy books which are perfect to curl up with on a dark autumn’s night! I’ve always found that to be the highlight of my Fall, haha. I really hope you find something here that you enjoy – I love absolutely all of these.
1. The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab
Thoughts: This book is absolutely everything! If you’re looking for a book which combines fantasy, culture and romance then look no further – this is the book for you! Schwab has such an elegant writing style and The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue is written so beautifully. It’s perfect for transporting you to another world for a while, so you can escape the dark Fall days.
2. Heartless by Marissa Meyer
Thoughts: This is another one which combines fantasy and romance – but it’s an Alice In Wonderland retelling, too! What’s not to love? When I read this I loved being transported back to the crazy world of Wonderland – and I promise you will, too! If you’ve ever wondered why the Queen Of Hearts became so evil then this is the book for you.
3. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
Thoughts: The Harry Potter series is another book perfect for this Fall! Fall in love with the magic of Hogwarts all over again this Autumn and go back to where it all started. This series holds a really special place in my heart – it’s actually what got me into fantasy – and I think Fall is the perfect time for a reread, particularly with the school setting. Go on, give it a go!
4. Shadow And Bone by Leigh Bardugo
Thoughts: I finished this one very recently and I absolutely loved it! The world building is absolutely spot on and the best part is that it’s part of a trilogy (and that trilogy is part of a wider universe). The characters in this really stood out for me and, if you’re looking to be transported into a world completely different to ours, this should be at the top of your tbr.
About The Author
Ceri has had a passion for reading and writing for pretty much as long as she can remember, and would love to study Creative Writing at a higher level. She has been blogging for around five and a half months now and writes about everything book related, from reviews to interviews to recommendations to tags and everything in between. If you’re looking for any bookish content, she has you covered!
Great selection! I have read almost all of the books in the list except The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue.