Fall is the time of year when the leaves start to turn colors and cooler weather sets in. Weather aside, cuddled up with a good book inside is always a great idea. Plus, every season brings new books to read with page-turning stories, thrilling plots and love story endings. That said, today I am sharing the top must-read books for fall that are new on the shelf or coming soon.
One of the top anticipated reads for fall is Origin by Dan Brown. This book is from the same author as the Da Vinci Code, Inferno, and Angels and Demons. This thriller will have you on your feet and wanting to keep turning the page. It talks about an astonishing breakthrough of science and walks you through the shocking dark hidden history. It’s the number one best seller on Barns & Nobles top 100 reading list. It has a release date of October 3rd and a price tag of just $18.
Whether you’re looking for a love story, historic novel, or a gut wrenching thriller keep scrolling to find what books you should pick up this fall.
The book Sing, Unbuied Sing by Jesmyn Warda takes you through a journey of Mississippi’s past and present that shares a story of family, hope, and struggle. Next, is the Glass Houses by Louise Penny. It’s number four on Barnes & Nobles best selling list. This thriller takes you through a mysterious shadow that appears in the town of Three Pines and what happens when they see it. Lastly, A Legacy of Spies by John Le Carre shares an “interweaving past with present so that each may tell its own intense story with a single plot as ingenious and thrilling as the two predecessors on which it looks back: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy“.
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Check out the award winning Tom Hank’s new book Uncommon Type. This fiction story explores how different the American dream looks from several points of view, such as an Eastern European immigrant to ESPN’s newest celebrity. Another great book to check out is The Last Ballad by Willy Cash. The story line takes place in the Appalachian foothills, of North Carolina in 1929. This thriller will have you page turning and on your toes. Lastly, the Winter Solstice by Elin Hilderbrand is a perfect read for the holidays filled with romance, love and family.
What book will you pick up this fall? Let me know in the comments below. Plus, if you’re needing more reading inspiration check out our summer reading list.