The Best Books to Read in Fall 2018

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Fall is the perfect season to sit by the fire with a good book. That's why we selected the top reads you need to check out this autumn. Follow us on this literary extravaganza, and prepare yourself for the best books to read in fall 2018.

The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle

Out Sept. 11

Think of five people to have a dinner with, living or dead. In Sabrina's case, her best friend, her ex, her deadbeat dad, and her favorite professor along with Audrey Hepburn appear at her dinner table the night of her 30th birthday. Follow our main character on a quest of self-discovery, love, loss and how we deal with our pasts, in this fun novel for the fall.

Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan Henry

Out Oct. 2

When poet and writer Joy Davidman begins a correspondence with the famous creator of the world of Narnia, C.S. Lewis, she doesn't know that one day she will become Mrs. Lewis. If you're a fan of the world of Narnia, you won't be disappointed with the great love story that its author was part of.

The Witch Elm by Tana French

Out Oct. 9

Toby's mysterious past is shaken when a skull is found in the trunk of a wych-elm tree in his family’s backyard. Still recovering after being beaten by burglars, Toby must deal with the accusations and brace himself, for now his home is a crime scene. In this novel about privilege and family, no one is safe from the truth.

Melmoth by Sarah Perry

Out Oct. 16

This dark, gothic novel from the author of The Essex Serpent will have you question what's right and what's wrong. In this intriguing book, an unhappy woman, living in Prague shares numerous links with a manuscript containing the tales of a mysterious figure called Melmoth the Witness. Is Melmoth real or fantasy?

The Library Book by Susan Orlean

Out Oct. 16

The Library Book is a nonfiction book that reads like a novel and pays homage to public libraries, written by Susan Orlean. Orlean's book recounts the events of the 1986 fire of the Los Angeles Public Library and its sad aftermath.

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty

Out Nov. 6

Nine strangers go to a resort for 10 days of relaxation, looking to be pampered. Is there anything that could go wrong? We won't tell you the answer, but we can tell you that Nicole Kidman already acquired the film rights to Nine Perfect Strangers.

She Would Be King by Wayétu Moore

Out Sept. 11

Moore's debut novel is a story of how three extraordinary people cheat death using their powers. If you're a fan of magical realism, then this is the perfect book for you this fall.

All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung

Out Oct. 2

Chung's new book is a gripping story about her difficult experiences as an adopted child, and how she came to terms with that fact. Her memoir will probably make you think about the nature of love and family.

Are you looking forward to other books to read on fall 2018? Let us know with a comment on our facebook page.

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