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This week's topic is: Books I Wish I Could Read Again for the First Time
I did this a while ago when we were supposed to do Bookish wishes. Mmmh, now I have to think about something else.
So, it's summer and I've done a post with books that have the word "summer" in the title, even if it doesn't always talk about summer. But autumn is my favourite season and it's not far off (though, this summer wasn't all that bad, not too hot). However, I couldn't find any books with autumn in the title, except for a German one which I have included. So, I thought about the American word for autumn and it's easier to find titles with "Fall", even though it is a different kind of fall most of these books talk about and that is probably the reason why I don't like using that word for my favourite season. And I found one about leaves.
Gauck, Joachim (German President 2012-2017) "Winter im Sommer - Frühling im Herbst: Erinnerungen" [Winter in Summer, Spring in Autumn. Memories] - 2009 - (Goodreads)
Guterson, David "Snow Falling on Cedars" - 1994
MacDonald, Ann-Marie "Fall On Your Knees" - 1997