It's officially the first day of fall, but winter is coming. With the crisp air and crunchy leaves, it's cozy season, and with the coming winter, there's nothing better than having a stack of wintry books to snuggle up with.
Fall is coming. And there's nothing better than the smell and crunch of leaves and the books that have all things woodsy. Here are my favorite atmospheric books that are set in the woods. Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer Echo Alkaev’s safe and carefully structured world falls apart when her father leaves for the city … Continue reading Woodsy books to fall in love with
It's fall, the season of witches, brews, potions, and dark academia. I've been in the mood to read all books set with those sepia tone students and suspicious professors, with languid days, and sharp-thorned nights.
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A dark, foreboding read that drummed up feelings of being locked in beautiful, gothic architecture, so that at first your prison seems like a palace. A perfect read for the fall, and a nod to the great gothic classics.
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I could almost hear my father or grandmother telling me these sorts of stories woven from oral tradition.
Title: Quartet in AutumnAuthor: Barbara PymPublisher: Pan MacmillanPublication Date: 1977Genre: Fiction, British LiteratureRating: 3/5 stars Quartet in Autumn follows four coworkers in their 60s, near or at retirement: Marcia, Letty, Norman, and Edwin. They work at a nondescript office, doing work that doesn't seem important or perhaps, even necessary. Marcia and Letty have retired and … Continue reading Quartet in Autumn
I've always secretly shipped Jo and Laurie, and this book delivered.
I love atmosphere. Something about the feel of a place and the characters who live there draws me in and holds me tight in its grasp. There doesn't have to be dread, just mood and...atmosphere.