Fall in love with reading: Must-Read Books for the Autumn Season

There’s no better season than Autumn to get cosy with a warm pumpkin-spiced latte in hand and a good book. Here’s a list of old and new books to entertain you and bring the relaxing reading autumn atmosphere into your life.

Must-read for Romance Lovers

If you enjoy swoon-worthy love stories, coming-of-age books and happy-ending novels that will leave you smiling, these books are perfect for your next read.

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This beloved timeless classic is a perfect fall read. Set in 18th-century England, the story follows a strong-minded young woman, Elizabeth Benett. She explores her transition into adulthood, societal pressures, navigating her relationship with her family, and a blossoming connection with an unlikely suitor. If you enjoy classic literature, this book would be an ideal fit.

Dreamland by Nicholas Spark

The author of the international bestseller The Notebook has released a new captivating novel, Dreamland. This book revolves around three contrasting characters from different walks of life chasing their dreams while dealing with the ups and downs of life. Dreamland is a deeply moving novel that’s best for readers who enjoy emotional, tear-jerking stories.

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

This novel combines fantasy, mystery and romance elements, making it an intriguing read. It follows the story of Marcus and Celia, who have been destined to fight till their deaths since childhood. They uncover different mysteries and magic. This book is a must-read if you’re a fan of magic and romance.

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Little Women is a heartfelt story about four sisters and their transition into adulthood during the American Civil War. It involves themes of finding love, self-discovery and dealing with loss and difficulties of life. You should definitely read this book if you enjoy heartfelt historical fiction.

The Love Match by Priyanka Taslim

This book would be a great pick if you’re looking for a witty, modern romantic comedy. The Love Match tells the story of a Bangladeshi American teenager with educational ambitions tangled in a love triangle and an unwanted arranged engagement. This is a fun, light-hearted read that’s guaranteed to leave you smiling.

Must-read for Mystery and Thriller Lovers

Autumn is the start of the spooky season, and if you a read that keep you on the edge of your seat with dark and gloomy themes, these books are a perfect match for you.

Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson

This novel is a widely loved book amongst young adult crime readers. This should be your next read if you’re into crime and investigation. It follows a seventeen-year-old girl, Pippa, as she makes it her final year mission to uncover the killer of a murder in her small town.

One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus

Now a series on Netflix, One Of Us Is Lying is a classic who-did-it murder mystery with a dash of romance, high school drama and secrets that will keep you hooked throughout the book. Read this if you enjoy teenage drama with elements of a crime story.

Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie

One train, one murder and twelve possible suspects. If you enjoy reading while piecing together a mystery, this classic famous murder mystery is a great pick for you.

Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Where the Crawdads Sing is a good read for readers looking for a coming-of-age story intertwined with a murder mystery. The main character is a girl isolated from society who has to rejoin society and defend herself when a murder unexpectedly happens.

The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

This is another great read for anyone who enjoys mystery books and psychological thrillers. This bestselling novel follows the story of a normal teenage girl with a mysterious inheritance of 42 billion dollars, but it comes at a cost. She must play along in a sinister game, risking death and betrayal.

I hope this list gave you a few good novels to add to your reading list this autumn.

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