Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is Top Ten Books On My Fall To-Be-Read List. I didn't even get through all the books I wanted to read over the summer, and now I have to make another list of the books I want to read (but probably won't get to) this fall? Oh, well. Here they are:
Carrie by Stephen King - I've been wanting to read this book -- which will be the first Stephen King novel I've ever read -- for a while. I know the library has it, but I just need to get around to reserving the e-book.
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers - I've heard good things about this book (and its sequel), and it's been sitting in my TBR pile for a while.
Liesl & Po by Lauren Oliver - I loved Before I Fall, so I wanted to read something else by the same author. The library has this book and Delirium... though I didn't feel like starting another series. So I'm going to go with this one.
The Lord of Opium by Nancy Farmer - I read The House of the Scorpion years ago, and really enjoyed it. I found this sequel for a good price recently, so it had to go into the TBR pile. I hope it's as good as the first book!
Princess of the Midnight Ball by Jessica Day George - Aside from part of Tuesdays at the Castle, I haven't read anything from this author. I do enjoy fairy tale retellings, so I'm hoping I'll like this book.
The Shadow Society by Marie Rutkoski - I'd rather read The Winner's Curse, but this book by the same author is already in my possession, so I guess I'll read it first! If I like the way the author writes, maybe I can justify buying the other one.
Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen - I've read a number of positive reviews on this book. It looks good!
The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton - This book has intrigued me since I first started seeing it on people's book blogs. I like a bit of magic realism once in a while.
Timebound by Rysa Walker - This book has been in my TBR pile for a while, and it was also on the list of books I wanted to read this summer. Time travel, if it's done well, can be a great plot device.
Uglies by Scott Westerfeld - I'm not that familiar with the series or the author, but I've heard good things about both. I don't have a ton of dystopian fiction on this list, so... why not add this one?
What's on your to-be-read list this fall?