Six for Sunday: Books You’d Take on an Autumn Walk

As you can see from the title, this week’s Six for Sunday books you’d take on an autumn walk. This tag is hosted on A Little But A Lot, so be sure to head that way if you want to join in! Without further ado, let’s get to it.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

I always, always, always associate the first two Harry Potter books with autumn and Halloween. The world building and establishing of all the magic in the first few books are perfectly suited to the season!

The Turn of the Key, Ruth Ware

This book was spooky to boot and a perfect companion for an autumn walk! Complement the chills down your spine that the book gives you with some falling leaves and a crisp breeze!

Arcadia Falls, Carol Goodman

This one is still on my TBR but from the gothic, suspenseful, mysterious descriptions, it sounds like this will be a great read for autumn.

Nine Perfect Strangers, Liane Moriarty

Another one that’s still to be read! The only Liane Moriarty I’ve read is Big Little Lies, so I’ve been looking forward to reading more, and this seems like it would be a good one to take for a stroll.

The Book of Essie, Meghan MacLean Weir

This was an absolute page-turner with super interesting characters, one that you could easily read on an outstretched blanket in the falling leaves!

If We Were Villains, M.L. Rio

I know, I know, I talk about this one a lot. It’s only because I truly enjoyed it THAT much, and the haunting story and gripping themes really are perfect for a spooky season read.

This one was a bit tricky for me, actually! I’d love to know what books you’d all take on a walk, so please let me know below! Stay tuned next week for autumn colored books!


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