Books I Plan to Read in Autumn & What I'm Currently Reading

13 September 2016

Those Reading Updates #4

It's September which means cosy jumpers, pumpkin spiced lattes, crispy leaves, Halloween, darker evenings and scary stories are all just around the corner. Autumn is probably my favourite time of year (other than Christmas obviously), even though I do love those warm summer evenings, I adore cosy nights in with a coffee and a great book. Today, I thought I would share with you what books I plan on reading this Autumn as well as updating you all on what book I'm currently reading. 


Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin (link
The plot line to this intrigues me so much. Not only is it set in Germany (a country I have a lot of interest towards) but it's also set in a alternate universe where Hitler wins the war, a scary thought I know but I think the concept is so interesting. When I think of Autumn the idea of reading historical fiction appeals to me and even though this story is based on a past that (thankfully) never happened I would still class this as a historical fiction read. I have also heard a lot of hype towards this book which makes me want to pick it up even more.

City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (link)
I feel like continuing on with the Mortal Instruments Series would be a necessity within the Autumn months, purely because these books are full of demons, vampires, werewolves, shadowhunters and so many more scary creations. I also really want to continue on with this series as I'm really starting to enjoy it, as the story goes on the books definitely become better and the characters are growing so much between each book.

Slasher Girls & Monster Boys by A Collection of Authors (link
This is an anthology of different scary stories. It was released last year and I wanted to read it last Autumn/Halloween but never got round to purchasing it as well as reading it, so hopefully I'll get round to reading it this Autumn/Halloween as I'm definitely in the mood for some creepy stories. There's a great mix of different stories from blood curdling horror stories to psychological thrillers. A must read at Halloween I think!

You by Caroline Kepnes (link)
I've chosen this book as it's a psychological book about a stalker and the weird thing about this book is that you read from the perspective of the stalker, making the read a very confusing yet interesting ride. From reading and watching reviews, people say that you want to despise the protagonist (the stalker) yet you feel sorry for him at times thus making the read so confusing with emotions. I definitely want to try and pick this book up during the Autumn/Halloween months as I think it will be a great psychological ride, as well as creepy.


I'm currently reading Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout which is the second book from the Lux series and I'm really enjoying the read. I picked up the first book about a week ago and fell straight in love with the plot line and just couldn't stop reading it. Onyx picks up straight from where Obsidian left off, which made the beginning of Onyx very fast pace (which I like about books). There's not much I can say about Onyx without ruining the plot line but the first book, Obsidian, was about a girl who moves away and then soon finds out her neighbour is an Alien, crazy? I know. Here's the link to it's goodreads page, giving you a little more information about the story line. I've already ordered the second two books in the special collectors bind up edition and I can't wait to continue on with the journey.  

I hope you enjoyed this post! What books do you want to read this Autumn? What book are you currently reading? 


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