Nothing says fall quite like snuggling up with a book on a chilly day. While the temperature may be nearing the 100’s still in the Southern part of the country, here are 5 books that are sure to put you into the seasonal spirit, and keep you entertained well into cooler days.
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
This thriller set to hit theaters in October has been winning critical acclaim left and right ever since the book was released in early 2015. Telling the story of a confused young woman and her journey to the truth, Hawkins tells a gripping story that will keep you guessing up until the very last page.
Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
A classic tale for the young and young at heart, this novel shows, that even in our broken world, there is magic where you least expect it. A short story that you can read in one sitting, this book is a must for anyone wanting to hold on to the last little bits of summer.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Another book set to be released in theaters this coming season, Miss Peregrine is a fascinating look into the lives of those that are, well, peculiar. Inspired by old timey photographs, Riggs crafts a fantasy that will have you believing you can fly or become invisible at the drop of a hat.
Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
Fall is a joyful season, so fill it with even more laughter by picking up Kaling’s latest tell-all. Spanning the course of a number of years, this memoir dives deep into Kaling’s life as a Hollywood star, writer, and all around funny girl. Full of anecdotes and thoughtful questions, this book will be your very best friend.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
The perfect creepy read for Halloween, Gone Girl exceeds all of the hype that surrounds it. Hauntingly comical, this bestseller shows the dark side of marriage and what it means to not truly know your better half.
Have you read any of these books? Which are you looking forward to diving into this season?