This week’s Top Ten is pretty basic but very necessary. This fall is coming with a lot of anticipated releases, so whether you are already tired of seeing the same books in every single post or not, this is for you. Because I know you are excited behind that hater facade. On the other hand, if you are the lucky one who’s been living under a rock and doesn’t really know which books I’m talking about, dude, wake up, get the heck out of there AND BRACE YOURSELF FOR FALL. Or Autumn. You know, that season where Starbucks is charging us double for a latte with pumpkin sh*t.
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Well, well, well… I guess Summer is over now. Good thing I am always in the mood for a good cup of hot coffee while I snuggle in my cozy sweater. Even when it’s bloody pouring out there, and even when I can not ride my bike to campus anymore without getting there like an ice cube or dripping water. Anyway, any excuse to read it’s a good excuse – even if I’d rather read in the sun.
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All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood is indeed ugly and wonderful at the same time. I couldn’t have thought of a better title for this book. It is one of favourite reads of the year, so what’s better than to dedicate it this section?
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Lately I’ve been feeling a little bit disconnected from YA… I had this hunger for more mature stories, or at least for books with more mature main characters.
Then, this book – The Hard Count – fell into my hands. And with perfect timing it has reminded me how great YA can really be and how good it can make me feel.
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Let’s be judgy. This one time, let’s just judge these books by its cover. Because sometimes if feels good to talk about the looks, after all that’s the first thing we see. And I can’t think of a better genre to be superficial with than New Adult. NA Covers are designed to lure you in – otherwise I don’t understand the need to put shirtless dudes on them. Come with me and judge the NA Fall releases by their six packs. I mean, covers. Yeah, the book covers.
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YOU READ RIGHT. I am most certainly expanding all my weirdness to The Aus. Library lands
AND I AM THRILLED❤
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