Top Books of Fall 2017

So it’s the end of the fall and soon the winter will be in full swing. Or perhaps it already arrived with the freezing temperatures. During the fall I read many books that I really enjoyed and in this post, I will be looking back at some of my favorites.

BOOK 1: The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding

This was a book I read in October and really didn’t think I would enjoy it as much as I did. This is like now one of my all-time favs and one that I will be adding to my spooky reads because it’s quite spooky. This book is about a boy named Prosper, who finds out he has a demon living inside him and seeking revenge on his family after his ancestor broke a pact with the demon. During the book, Prosper must find a way to break the curse before his birthday before the demon comes out and gets his revenge.

BOOK 2: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

This was one of the books that were on my most anticipated lists of this year. In fact, I was excited about John Green’s book coming out and new I had to pick it up. I really enjoyed this book and way it puts you in the perspective of someone dealing with a mental illness. Turtles All the Way Down is about a girl named Aza and her friend trying to find out what happened to a billionaire who ends up going missing in order to get the prize money. During the book, both Aza and her friend must find clues while getting close to the billionaire’s son Davis.

BOOK 3: Warcross by Marie Lu

This book was loads of fun and if you are looking for a gaming thriller to read this is one to check out. I picked this up after seeing her at the National Book Festival in D.C. This book is about a hacker named Emika who gets hacks into the game Warcross and than gets caught. Soon she gets hired by the CEO who created the game and is tasked with going undercover inside the game itself to find an evil hacker who wants to destroy the game.

Book 4: The Magicians by Lev Grossman

This was another book I picked up after seeing Lev Grossman speak at a book festival near me. I was really inspired and wanted to dive into the fantasy world of The Magicians. I found myself enjoying the story so much I didn’t want it to end. This book is about a boy who goes to a college for magicians and learns to be a magician. He also learns about what magic is about and how it affects the world.

BOOK 5: Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine

This is one of the books I been excited about since the last book Paper and Fire. If you have read any of the books from The Great Library do check out Ink and Bone. The series is about a boy named Jess who lives in a dystopian world that is run by libraries. The Great Library is the main keepers of knowledge and books. Jess goes to the academy school in Alexandria to be a scholar as a way to find secrets about the institution and how it works. During this time he meets other friends and learns that The Great Library has secrets that they are hiding.

BOOK 6: The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

The Last Magician caught my eye with its cool cover. I thought the concept itself fascinating and wanted to read it. I actually really enjoyed this book. This book is a combination of The Prestige and time-travel along with fantasy elements. This book is about a thief named Etsa who go on a mission to travel into the past to steal a book from an evil society that wants to destroy those with magic. Etsa ends up getting stuck in the past and must navigate the dangerous past in the early 1900s.

Book 7: A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas

And finally to finish this list is A Court of Wings and Ruin. I have been watching my library and wait for it to be available to be picked up so I can binge read it. I am a big fan of the A Court of Thorns and Roses world and wanted more fae. If you haven’t picked up this book yet or haven’t read the series I totally recommend checking out.

So that is it for my top fall favs. Let me know in the comments below what your favorite books of the fall were. And let me know if you read any of the books mentioned so far. And until my next post keep on reading.


The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding
A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J. Maas
Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
Warcross by Marie Lu
Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell

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