The cold nights are setting in, making it the perfect time to grab a blanket, make yourself a cup of tea, and curl up with a book. You’d think with it being the spooky season, this list would feature a couple of horror books, but this reader is choosing to spotlight the atmospheric novels that can take you away to fantastical worlds.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab (6th)
There is no way this list would not feature Schwab’s latest release. Addie LaRue sounds like the perfect autumnal read with it’s journey through time. It’s a book that will surely dive deep into the heart of our characterts and introduce us to world rich in history, art, and consequences. This book sounds divine.
The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow (13th)
You can’t go through the witchy season without a book about witches. With the bonds of sisterhood at the heart of this novel, there is bound to be some heart-stopping shenanigans as they introduces us to old magic that may truly test the bond between sisters.
The Truth Project by Dante Medema (13th)
Identity is at the heart of this book as Cordelia’s world unravels when a DNA result shows that her father is not the man she thought he was. The emotional turmoil and the uncertainty that follows is something that will surely grip readers as we follow her journey into finding and embracing her identity.
Crazy Stupid Bromance by Lyssa Kay Adams (27th)
As soon as the cat appeared, I knew this book was meant for me. Granted, I’ve yet to read the first books in this highly entertaining series, but who doesn’t want a cosy romance to sweep you off your feet this time of year?
Blazewrath Games by Amparo Ortiz (6th)
Described as How to Train Your Dragon meets Quidditch. That’s enough to capture anyone’s interest. On top of that you have dragons in all of their unpredicability. This book sounds like a thrilling ride.
Hush by Dylan Farrow (6th)
There’s an air of mystery that surrounds this book. You have dreams bleeding into reality, a murder, and Bards that keep a community safe. This is one of those books that can easily turn everything on its head. Nothing is as it seems in this world.