"Top Ten Tuesday" is an original feature/weekly meme created on the blog "The Broke and the Bookish". This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists at "The Broke and the Bookish".
It is now hosted by Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl.
Since I am just as fond of them as they are, I jump at the chance to share my lists with them! Have a look at their page, there are lots of other bloggers who share their lists here.
This week's topic is: Books on My Fall 2021 To-read List
I still have two books from my Books On My Spring 2021 TBR list but that doesn't mean I don't have more that I want to read before the end of the year. I joined quite a few challenges this year and therefore have no problem filling in this list.
Ditfurth, Hoimar von "Der Geist fiel nicht vom Himmel: Die Evolution unseres Bewußtseins" [The mind did not fall from the sky: the evolution of our consciousness] - 1976
Follett, Ken "A Column of Fire" (Das Fundament der Ewigkeit) - 2017
Frankopan, Peter "The Silk Roads. A New History of the World" (Licht aus dem Osten: Eine neue Geschichte der Welt) - 2015
Hesse, Hermann "Narcissus and Goldmund" (Narziss und Goldmund) - 1930
Martin, Catherine "The Incredible Journey" - 1923
Rushdie, Salman "The Satanic Verses" - 1988 (Buddy Read/Buddy Read)
Shakespeare, William "Much Ado About Nothing" - 1598/99
Stoker, Bram "Dracula" - 1897
Trotter, Derek "Del Boy" (Family of John Sullivan) "He Who Dares" - 2015
Wodehouse, P.G. "The World of Jeeves" (Jeeves #2-4: The Inimitable Jeeves #2, Carry On, Jeeves #3, Very Good, Jeeves! #4) - 1923/1925/1930
And what's on your TBR list for the next season?
I'd love to read those Jeeves books. Nice list!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Davida. Yes, Jeeves and Wooster are just fantastic. I only started reading them about a year and a half ago and this is already my fourth book, although I probably said my fourth, fifth and sixth. LOLDelete
I’ve never read The Satanic Verses. I hope they’re interesting!ReplyDelete
So do I, Astilbe. I wanted to read it for ages and then one of my blog friends suggested it as a buddy read, so I'm really looking forward to it.Delete
Jeeves is probably the world's best antidote! And as for Satanic Verses, I hear there's a readalong in November, in which case I might join you. :)ReplyDelete
~ Lex (lexlingua.co)
That's exactly the month when Emma and I plan our buddy read, Lex (see the links), I think you already are on her "list". Looking forward to that.Delete
Great list! I've a few of these on my never-ending TBR and I'm looking forward to reading them at some point. A lot of these look like the perfect autumnal read and I hope you enjoy them!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Dini. There might be a reason why I have them on my list now since most of them belong to some sort of challenge. So, I'm looking forward to reading them, hope to finish them by the end of the year, and if not, well, there is always next year ...Delete
It looks like you have some great upcoming reads! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Deanna. I believe I do, there are some very challenging ones but also some easy ones.Delete
DRACULA is a perfect Fall read! I'll be in Whitby in a couple weeks - can't wait to see the Dracula castle :)ReplyDelete
Oh, lovely, Susan. I'm looking forward to your pictures about it.Delete
I'm slowly making my way through The Silk Roads and Follett is one of my all time faves. Love your picks this week. Happy reading! https://readwithstefani.com/five-fantasy-sci-fi-books-on-my-autumn-tbr/ReplyDelete
Thanks, Stefani, same as you, I have started "The Silk Roads". So far, it's a great read with so much information but it will be challenging to get through it.Delete
I'm a huge fan of Dracula! It's one of my all-time favorite books.ReplyDelete
Oh, that sounds exciting, Lark. Now I'm looking forward to it even more. Thanks.Delete
I love the diversity here, from very serious books to Wodehouse! Enjoy! By the way, beginning of October, I'll send the calendar for our budy readReplyDelete
I always try to read diverse books, Emma. Often, I read about six books at the same time and I try for them not to be from the same country, the same era, the same genre, so I get a diverse read in any case.Delete
Looking forward to that calendar for the buddy read. I've never done this before, so I'm quite excited about it.
6 books at a time. A woman according to my heart, lolDelete
And vise-versa. 😁Delete
I enjoyed reading Dracula, but it has been a while since I picked it up. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Looks like most people enjoyed Dracula, Poinsettia, so I really look forward to it now. I wanted to read it for one of my challenge lists but I don't read that genre very often.Delete
Thanks, Pam, so do I. There are a few classics among them, all well renowned, so there shouldn't be too many surprises. LOLReplyDelete
Looks like a great variety of books. Hope you'll enjoy all of these!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lindsey, I'm sure I will like most of them, after all, there was a reason I chose them in the first place. And the same to you. Will have to have a look what you came up with.Delete
I hope you enjoy all of these!ReplyDelete
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2021/09/22/top-ten-tuesday-334/
As I said above, Jo, there is a reason why I picked them, so I hope I will. Thanks.Delete
This looks like an ambitious and fun fall reading list! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Ambition I have, Carol. Fun, we'll see. Well, some of them and that's what I always look for in between.Delete
Interesting list. Dracula is a great book. I was doubtful about this book and the theme, but loved it. Follett is always a good read. I have had Rushdie book on my shelves for many years, but not yet read it. Maybe time now?ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lisbeth. Sounds like you have read a few of these books already.Delete
Maybe you will be picking up The Satanic Verses when we read it as a buddy read in November?