Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Fall TBR #travelingsistersread #travelingfriendsread

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. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.  This week’s topic is Books on my Fall TBR.

A Ladder to the SkyA Ladder to the Sky by John Boyne

I will be starting this one here real soon with The Traveling Sisters.  I have some high expectations for this one because I loved The Heart’s Invisible Furies.  It’s getting some great reviews.  I can’t wait to get started.

Little DarlingsLittle Darlings by Melanie Golding

Coming up in October for the Traveling Sisters.  Not sure what to expect from this one.  I am thinking it just might be an interesting group read.


The CraftsmanThe Craftsman by Sharon J. Bolton

I loved the books I have read from Sharon J. Bolton so I am excited to dive into this one.  I also have Daisy in Chains I want to dive into soon.


The Hate U GiveThe Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

I have heard so much about this one and recently read a few reviews and now I really want to read it.  It is an Upcoming Traveling Friends Group Read.


VoxVox by Christina Dalcher

This one has been compared to The Handmaid’s Tales and I am really curious about it.


The Handmaid's TaleThe Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

I am on the second season of the Netflix series and still haven’t read the book.  I really need to start this one soon.


The Clockmaker's DaughterThe Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

I haven’t read anything from Kate Morton but I have heard a few Traveling Sisters including Lindsay say how much they like her books.  So I am thinking it’s about time I give it a try.


Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians, #1)Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

I am thinking I need a change a pace here soon and I think this one might just fit the bill.  It is an upcoming Traveling Friends Group read.


The Dream DaughterThe Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain

This is another Traveling Sisters Group read that I am looking forward.  I can’t wait to see what Diane Chamberlain has in store for us with this story.


A Spark of LightA Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult

Jodi Picoult is one of my favorite and go to authors.  This one was not available for me to request on NG.  I made a wish but it wasn’t granted.  So as soon as this one is released I am buying it and locking myself in my room till I am done reading it.




Have you read any of these titles?  Want to read any?  What’s on your fall TBR you are most excited for?   Drop us a comment!  We would love to hear from you.

41 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Fall TBR #travelingsistersread #travelingfriendsread”

  1. Love this post! We have so many AMAZING reads coming up!!! I love what you wrote about locking yourself in your room to read Jodi Picoult’s latest once it is released. I want to do the same thing! (think my children will notice if I’m gone for a few hours? haha!). I also am BEYOND EXCITED for you to read your first KATE MORTON!!!!!!!!!!! Once you read one, you’ll be the biggest fan – I just know it!!!!!!! xoxo

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    1. Yeah I am thinking your children will probably notice and come looking for you!! I even more excited to start my first Kate Morton. I do have a couple of her other ones too!!

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  2. I’m a big Picoult fan, so I’m excited about A SPARK OF LIGHT. I was lucky enough to get it on NG — now I just have to find time to read it! I also got THE CLOCKMAKER’S DAUGHTER on NG. I love Morton, but this was probably my least favorite of hers. It’s still a good read, just not as good as her others (IMHO anyway). I hope you enjoy all these when you read them.

    Happy TTT!


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    1. That’s so great you got A Spark of Light on NG. I hope you do find the time to read it soon. I have heard some great things about it and like you I am a huge fan too. I do have a couple I haven’t read yet. I have a feeling I will want to after reading Spark of Light.

      Do you have a favorite from Morton or one that stood out more for you? I do have a few of her books that I keep meaning to read but that NG button gets in my way. lol

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  3. You have such a great list! The Dream Daughter, The Hate U Give, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Crazy Rich Asians are all good! I listened to both Crazy Rich Asians and The Hate U Give, and they were excellent audiobooks and I rarely say that! I’m super excited about A Spark of Light…love Jodi Picoult! The Clockmaker’s Daughter will be my 1st Kate Morton and The Craftsman will be my first Sharon Bolton, so I’m super excited about both! And I still have Vox to read, lol. I guess will be reading some of the same books! 😄😊 Enjoy! ❤

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    1. I am so glad to see that all those titles are all good. I love to listen to an audiobook, I will have to consider listening to some. I sometimes like to listen and then read the same book. I sometimes get distracted while listening and then I go back and read. Also helps get through that long list quicker. lol

      Always so exciting when Jodi Picoult has a new book. I have had my eye on it for a while waiting for it to be released. I hope you love it!!

      Yes it does look like we are. I will be adding Vox and probably A Spark of Light to the Traveling Friends group. I hope you can join in. Also, I will send you an invite to the Sisters group. We would love for you to join in on our reads there.

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      1. They really were, especially The Dream Daughter and The Hate U Give! I have to find the right narrator to grab me for an audiobook or it takes me forever to listen to one (I think I’ve been listening to the same one for almost a month now and am about to grab the physical copy instead). I read so much faster than I can listen, so that annoys me about audiobooks too, lol. I’ve never tried listening and reading to the same book before, but I might just do that!

        I agree! Jodi Picoult is such an excellent author. I eagerly await her books. I requested her new one forever ago from NetGalley and it’s still pending…I’m on pins and needles waiting for it, lol. Regardless, I’ll buy it!

        I’ll definitely try! I went a little crazy with my Oct ARC’s (at least more than I normally do after summer break and school has started again), so I’m trying to get them read asap. I got your invite to the Sisters group! Thank you so much! I joined, but I didn’t have too much time to look around since I was at an appointment. But I’m super excited about joining in on the reads there with so many other fellow friends/bloggers! 🙂

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      2. I am so glad you joined!! I look forward to you joining to some reads. There is a few up and more are always being put up. Just let me know on the threads if you have any questions. Everyone is so great at answering questions and are very welcoming.

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  4. Great list! I love, love The Hate U Give and I do hope that you will all enjoy it. It is such a powerful read. I have heard so many good things about Vox. That is a title that I also can’t wait to read soon.

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    1. I am so glad to see you loved The Hate U Give. It sounds like one I definitely don’t want to miss. It is a Traveling Friend group read coming up. I will be adding Vox to the group soon if you would like to join in we would love that.

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    1. I am definitely going to read it soon. What did you think of the series compared to the book? I really want to read it to also compare them. I have a couple other books by Margaret Atwood too that I would like to read.

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      1. I like the book and the series in different ways. The series has so much more space and time to expand and develop but it loses so much of the storytelling that feels so powerful and impacting, and of course you don’t get Margaret Atwood’s beautiful writing. But it’s very true to the book and incredibly affecting. I think you should read it before watching if you can!

        I remember really liking her book The Robber Bride as well, and I think Blind Assassin might be been the other one I read and liked, her short stories are great too.

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      2. I am going to read the book before I watch anymore. I am glad to see that the show is true to the book.
        I have Oryx and Crate, The Year of the Flood that I haven’t read.

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  5. On my list is Rich Asians. After reading The Joy Luck Club I am seeing a whole other world of beliefs and superstitions that richly tell a great story ~coming from a prairie girl

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    1. I will give it to you when I am done. I will be reading it soon. I have to read The Joy Luck Club soon since you really enjoyed it.

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    1. I am glad you loved that one. That seems to be hand down one I should read right away. I can’t wait to get started. Thank you, Kathy!

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    1. I hope it’s a great one for you!! I am so curious about it. It looks quite a bit different from Invisible. That one was a favorite for me too!

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  6. I really have to stop adding books to my TBR list! Some of these were already on it but I did add a couple more. I’m anxious to read The Lies We Told by Camilla Way, due to be released in October. Watching Edie was one of my favourite all-time books and this one sounds like another 5-star read.

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    1. I am happy to see you added a couple to your list. I have seen a few reviews for The Lies We Told and I am curious about it. I am thinking I need to look at that one closer. I haven’t read Watching Edie. I will have to look at that one too.

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  7. The Handmaid’s Tale is one of my favorites, one of a small stack of books I reread from time to time. There is a graphic novel of it coming out! And though I haven’t done my review yet, I recently read Vox and it was really good. A lot more palatable than Handmaid’s Tale, but if you are watching the show, then you can probably stomach the book. 🙂

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    1. The TV show can be a bit rough to watch at times for sure!! Please pop back in and add a link to your review for Vox when you are done. I would love to see your review, and I dodn’t want to miss it.

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