Top Ten Tuesday: Autumn Vibes

You know what today is? Tuesday! You know what that means? Top Ten Tuesday! (Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.) 

November 5: Books That Give Off Autumn Vibes (Autumn scenes/colors on the cover, autumn atmosphere, etc.)

I kind of skipped the last few weeks for a few reasons. First off Extraordinary Book Titles (15th): I just didn’t have enough titles that I thought were amazing. Book Titles I would Change (22), I don’t ever think about changing titles. Freebie week I was left without a thought of how I would progress forward, so I just did not. So here we are with autumn vibes, and I suppose Autumn vibes are the only vibes we are going to get and that’s okay. We can go with that.

For this, it goes from being more superficial to being pretty direct about why I picked it for Autumn vibes. Lets go.

10.

The Elite by Kiera Cass

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I chose this book mostly because of the red tones on the cover for the dress. America is stunning, yes, but the orange color gives me autumn leaves vibes.


9.

The Broken Eye by Brent Weeks

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I haven’t read this but the cover has a sleeping tree plus green moss which is peak Autumn Vibes, in my book.


8.

Fire by Kirstin Cashore

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I had to decide between this one and Graceling. Both strike me as Autumn vibes, but there is the whole winter-snow-mountain arc in Graceling and so it can’t be that book. Thus that leaves me with Fire. Fire was also chosen because of it’s beautiful red cover.


7.

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

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The original cover for this book is stunning and it looks like it was taken at sunset or sunrise. Is this book set in the autumn? At parts, but most of the reason for choosing this was because of the cover art.


6.

The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

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I chose this book simply because it makes me think of autumn when I think of the book. From this point on all the books make me think of autumn specifically, even if the book wasn’t placed in that time. Creepy woods = autumn for me. Thus here we are.


5.

Cirque Du Freak by Darren Shan

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This book just pings my memory as an autumn vibe book, but that’s probably thanks to the fact that its about vampires and the likes. Creepy = autumn for me in most cases. Which is why we are here.


4.

The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic

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So here we go into book that I know have major turning points in the fall. This book is about a boy that gets taken into a team to become a sports athlete. It takes place only in the end of summer and fall. Thus, all the autumn vibes for me.


3.

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

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How could I not pick this book? Not only does it take place in the fall for some important stuff, with Bella moving, but I also first read this book in the fall. When I think of autumn the first three books that popped into my head included this one.


2.

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

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Without going into too many spoilers, the autumn is very important in this book. Also the autumn is all of Darlington’s parts, and I love him. Plus it is is spooky so +1 for autumn vibes.


1.

Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog

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This book was the first book that popped into my head when I thought of autumn. Football, school, loss, fairies. This book was and is, in my mind, peak autumn high school vibes. Also this book is just amazing, from what I remember (I haven’t reread it in a while) thus it tops this list.


Alright, there we go. I have nothing else to say, but Tea Post coming soon.

Until Next Time,

MM


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