TTT: Books on My Fall 2021 TBR

I am very much awake. Not tired at all. I do not have trouble with getting sleep or staying awake. Am I convincing you?

Currently I am working on a few reviews, but I think my brain is a bit blocked and I can’t seem to be satisfied with my reviews. On a different note, though, despite me being tired I am enjoying a lot of reading. With autumn in the air, my prefered reading is horror and today’s list is very much a representation for that.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme, created by The Broke and Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

Redemptor by Jordan Ifueko
Series: Raybearer #2
Genre: Young adult, fantasy
Length: 336 pages
Published: 17th of August 2021 by Amulet Books

Of my 2021 reads the first Raybearer book has been my most favourite read. I am currently re-reading it before I get into reading the sequal. I am very excited.

Toy Wars by Thomas Gondolfi
Genre: Science fiction
Length: 224 pages
Published: December 2012 by TANSTAAFL Press

This has been on my TBR for ages. I really want to read it, and I will read it…one day. Crossing my fingers it’ll be this fall ;w;

Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone
Genre: Thriller, mystery, suspense
Length: 320 pages
Published: 20th of April 2021 by Scribner

I’ve heard great stuff about this book, and I just really want to read it.

Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
Genre: Fantasy, young adult, LGBTQ+
Length: 352 pages
Published: 1st of September 2020 by Swoon Reads

Two words: Queer and fantasy. That’s all I need. N-E-E-D.

Home before Dark by Riley Sager
Genre: Horror, thriller, mystery
Length: 384 pages
Published: 30th of June 2020 by Dutton Books

A skeptic restoring a haunted house. I’m a skeptic and I don’t believe in the paranormal, but I am a HUGE fan of the paranormal anyway. Give me ghosts and horror stories!

I think this next book I’ll be mentioning won’t be for everyone, so you’re welcome to skip this one and move on to the next book on the list

White Trash Gothic by Edward Lee
Genre: Horror, splatterpunk
Length: 275 pages
Published: 23rd of June 2017 by Deadite Press

Trigger warning: I have not read this book yet, so I’m not sure what warnings there needs to be. However, I am sure this book just needs all of the warnings. I am expecting graphic and disturbing stuff from this read, and I’m interested in seeing whether or not I can stomach it.

Unclean Spirits by Chuck Wendig and Stephen Blackmoore
Series: Gods and Monsters #1
Genre: Urban fantasy, horror, mystery
Length: 320 pages
Published: 7th of May 2013 by Abaddon

Okay, I want to read Food of the Gods by Cassandra Khaw – I think I can read it without having read the first books of the series, but I just can’t start at #4…plus, I accidentally bought the book series as ebooks.

Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist
Genre: Horror, vampires
Length: 513 pages
Published: 2nd of August 2007 by Quercus Publishing

I really enjoy the movies and I’d like to read the book.

American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis
Genre: Fiction, horror, classic, thriller
Length: 399 pages
Published: March 1991 by Vintage Contemporaries / Random House

I just want to read it.

The Books of Blood, Volume One by Clive Barker
Genre: Horror, short stories, fantasy
Length: 210 pages
Published: June 1986 by Berkley Books

I am getting deep into my horror mood for books and Clive Barker has been on my radar for so long. I am a huge fan of Hellraiser (the movie) and I want to see whose mind that came from. I’ve already read a bit of this book, and so far I am loving it. Warning – this has quite a bit of graphic content.

Happy reading ❤

13 thoughts on “TTT: Books on My Fall 2021 TBR

  1. Great list! I can’t wait to get ahold of Mirrorland and I have Let the Right One In floating around here somewhere but I’ve yet to read it.. maybe this fall, too. 😋
    Thanks for sharing!


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