Fall 2023 Books – There’s no denying that my favorite season of the year is summer, but fall comes right next. I love it when the seasons change, the best, most comfortable clothes come back, the nights grow dark, and I buy candles like I’m preparing for the last day. It’s also the best time of year for book publishing, with many fall books ready for Christmas.
One thing I do know is that my TBR stack has not gone down in the last few months. Maybe the prospect of going back to school or sitting in a cafe in warm clothes? He even fell asleep while reading. I like to see myself lying in bed with a book pressed against my face.
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My favorite place to read is always my bed. My perfect Sunday is the one when it’s wet and rainy, you can’t even leave the house outside for fear of being washed away. Of course, the fridge and pantry are full of delicious food, which has me searching for the perfect cozy Sunday book to read. Is this one of the best questions in the world?
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I worked with books all my adult life, as a bookseller, before I entered the library. I’ve loved to read for as long as I can remember, and thanks to the Sweet Valley twins, Elizabeth and Jessica, for making me an avid reader.
Autumn means digging up those heavy favorites that always remind me of cold, dark nights and the world and its wondrous nature. This is the time of year to pick up a favorite comfort book or discover a new author.
I’ve chosen many of my favorite books that I’ve read over the years I’ve grown. I have the feeling of falling in love, wrapped in a comfortable blanket and with furs sent to a distant world. Here are some of the most comfortable books to read in fall 2023.
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The Harry Potter series is the most comfortable fall book. Even if you’ve read it 100 times, there’s no better series to start the fall than rereading the infamous boy wizard. Join Harry as he spends his time at Hogwarts battling the ultimate villain, Voldemort. Atmosphere, magic and unmissable. The most comfortable autumn notebook.
It took me years to start reading A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. This is a truly charming and beautiful book. Meet Ove who is the worst character you will ever meet. But when you spend some time with him, you begin to understand why this big-hearted man is so temperamental.
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Ove is one of those rare characters when you close the last few pages and start to think differently about all the sleazy men and women you meet. This is the perfect cozy book for spring.
Ann Patchett’s The Dutch House has a lot going for it, but at its core it’s a beautiful story of an amazing house that tears a family apart, but the uneasy bond between siblings Danny and Maeve makes their relationship stronger.
If you can, listen to Tom Hanks narrate the book, which takes this lovely fall book to another level.
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I really love the emotion that goes into the story. Nothing about or tells us about their characters’ backstory. Laura Dave’s The Last He Said jumps me right into the plot and is absolutely riveting.
Hannah Owen’s husband has suddenly disappeared. Under his charge is his young stepdaughter Bailey. Throughout the book, Hannah tries to solve the mystery of who she believed her husband to be, while caring for her reluctant stepdaughter. It was a minute of thrilling reading and I ate it up.
Blythe has an idyllic marriage and a daughter. But Violet has some serious mistakes. Or is there something wrong with Bryce? As we witness Bryce’s disintegration, it becomes increasingly difficult to understand whether what we are witnessing is real or an unbelievable narrator.
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I love Ashley Audrain’s The Push, it’s so scary that I spend most of the book trying to determine if Blythe is really crazy or if she has a really bad son. It was so delicious, I ate it in one go, I couldn’t put it down.
If you like a man named Ove, you’ll love this story about the beautiful friendship between Marcellus the octopus and Tova, a recent widow who cleans the floors of the local aquarium. Tova’s son mysteriously disappeared 30 years ago, and Marcellus the octopus has set out to find the truth.
Yes, Shelby Van Pelt’s surprisingly bright creatures look crazy, but you’ll be drawn into the truly remarkable story. Get the tissues. One in the fall of 2022 read the best comfort.
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Set during the day, Nina Riva and her brothers threw their annual end of summer party that everyone in Hollywood was sure to attend. Nina and her siblings are the children of music icon Mikriva, the missing superstar father.
As a teenager, I had to read everything by Judith Krantz, Danielle Steel, and Jilly Cooper, and I wished I could get my hands on bonkbuster. Of course they don’t write them like they used to! That said, Taylor Jenkins Reid’s “Malibu Rising” has an ’80s feel with adultery and trays of cocaine being passed around, every chapter is bohemian. It’s a great late summer read.
The life of Cyril Avery was chronicled over 70 years in John Boyne’s Hearts Invisible Furies. A beautiful, funny and moving story of a man trying to fit into Irish society while trying to find his own identity and his demons.
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You’ll laugh and cry as Cyril travels the world in one of the most delightful fall books on this list. You will be fired.
Nothing says “Cozy Fall Books” like a serial killer! I love predictable fiction, and Catherine Howard Ryan is a fantastic writer. I have never read a book like “The Void Man” until then. It’s a unique way of telling a story and it’s very engaging.
Follow the story of Jim, a supermarket security guard, as he reads the survivors’ accounts of the Irish serial killer, The Man of Nothing. The thing is, Jim is the Nothing Man.
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From cover to cover, this is one of the best spring comfort foods you’ll ever eat. Great!
The Secret History of Donna Tartt, set in a small New England college where you can smell rotting leaves and hints of fire in the air, is fascinating.
It’s a murder mystery (but isn’t it?) and has some supernatural elements. Someone in a terrible group of friends has died. But who? Why does this happen when they seem to have it all?
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An old book from the 1990s, The Secret History is one of those books that you will pick up at some point in your life and completely absorb. It might not be the coziest autumn read on this list, but it’s certainly fascinating.
Laini Taylor created the most amazing world in Strange the Dreamer. She is also an extremely talented YA writer and deserves more recognition.
I gave Strange the Dreamer to many of my students, but I never received any criticism. from that
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Lazlo Strange is on a mission to find out if the mysterious city of Wailing really disappeared, and joins a band of evil warriors to uncover the truth.
Grab a blanket and some hot cocoa and dive into the world of Lazlo Strange and the funniest fall of 2023.
Sadie is the haunting story of a missing girl told in podcast form by West McCray. We follow the tragic story of Sadie and her quest for revenge as she searches for the man who killed her 14-year-old sister, Mattie.
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Alternate between West McCray’s efforts to find Sadie and Sadie’s search for the person responsible for her sister’s death. It’s a rollercoaster ride and you’ll be hooked from beginning to end.
Maureen Johnson’s Truly Devious series is a very interesting fall book, and you’ll find four books in print now. (5 books released in December 2022).
Stevie Bell has a passion for solving mysteries. it takes