Autumn TBR List

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Autumn is one of my favorite times to read. With the leaves turning, the crisp air, and cider and doughtnuts, I get this desire for new adventures.

A number of my friends were putting together TBR lists, so I jumped on the bandwagon and behold:

Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Swift Rivers by Cornelia Meigs

Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis

Regency Buck by Georgette Heyer

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Smith of Wootton Major by J.R.R. Tolkien

Christian Beliefs by Wayne Grudem

Some of these are brand new authors for me (Bronte, Verne, Heyer), and I am really excited to explore new territory!

Have you read any of these books? What books are on your TBR list?

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12 thoughts on “Autumn TBR List

    1. I’m glad to hear some recommendation, as I haven’t read either of these. Now I’m looking forward to them even more! My sister read the beginning of Moby Dick and enjoyed it, so I know that I will like parts of the beginning at the very least. 🙂

      -Emily

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  1. Ooh, Jane Eyre is a gorgeous and very atmospheric book. At first when I started reading it I didn’t really understand what all the hype was about since Jane was kind of annoying me a bit, but as I dove deeper into the book it got so heartbreaking and beautiful and I really warmed up to Jane. I hope you enjoy it! Till We Have Faces is a book that I really want to read someday. I also want to read Moby Dick, too, but I won’t deny that the length is a teensy bit scary, haha. Oh, and I have to read the unabridged version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea someday. A long time ago when I was little I read an abridged version and I’m pretty sure I enjoyed it.

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    1. I am looking forward to finally reading Jane Eyre. My sister was surprised that I had never read it. (Just slipped through the cracks, I guess). Till We Have Faces is one I’ve been wanting to read for a long time now, so I am excited to finally be able to get to it. And yes, Moby Dick’s length is a little scary. My sister is in the middle of it now, and I’m not sure when she’s going to finish it, let alone me. And I’m glad to hear that you liked 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Some friends recommended it to me, but I really don’t know what I’m getting into otherwise. 🙂

      -Emily

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