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Top Ten Tuesday: Fall For A Good Book


Happy Tuesday and welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!  This week's topic is Books With Fall/ Autumn Covers/ Themes.  This time I'm taking a slightly different track - each of the books I've included on my list this week have the word "fall" or "falling" in the title.  I've only read one of these (the novel by Bethany Griffin - my review is linked below), but I did just have a book display at my library featuring these books.  Here we go, in order of title:


All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner


Fall of Giants by Ken Follett


The Fall by Bethany Gfriffin


Falling for Rachel by Nora Roberts


Falling Stars by V.C. Andrews


Hard Fall by Ridley Pearson


In the Fall by Jeffrey Lent


Night Fall by Nelson B. DeMille


The Sky is Falling by Sidney Sheldon


Have you tried any of these "fall" themed books?  As always thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting below!

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  1. What a fun way to spin this week's topic, Lauren. It's always so cool to visit all the various different posts in this meme and to see all the creativity. :)

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  2. I love what you've done with this list! So creative!

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  3. I like how you did this one! Some nice covers. I especially like All Fall Down.

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    1. It makes me wonder what will happen with a title like that and roller coaster. :)

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  4. That is definitely an awesome take on today's topic. these covers look great :)

    Here's my TTT: 10 book covers that I fall in love at first sight

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    1. They're quite a mix aren't they.

      Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Good spin on the topic. I considered this, but hadn't read enough books with the word "fall" in them.

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    1. I've only read one of these myself. :)

      Thanks for coming over, Sam!

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  6. Great idea! I don't think I would have come up with it😊 I haven't read any of these, but you've given me some good ideas.

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    1. Thanks Tammy! I bet you'd like The Fall by Bethany Griffin. :)

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  7. I think it's great that we had the same idea, yet found completely different books! I don't think there's any crossover at all!

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    1. Me too! Thanks for coming over to check out my list. :)

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  8. Oooh, The Fall looks really good!

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks!

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    1. It was very good!

      Thanks for sharing and coming over! :)

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  9. Great take on this week's topic! I haven't read any Ken Follett yet, but I want to. =)

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  10. Love your spin on the topic! I haven't read any of these but Fall of Giants is on my TBR! Thanks for stopping by my TTT!

    Sarah @ Reviews and Readathons

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  11. I like your take on the topic! Great list. I used to read alot of Nora Roberts and V.C. Andrews years ago.

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    1. I read quite a bit of VC Andrews too, but somehow I've missed the one on my list. :)

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  12. Terrific list...thanks for sharing.

    I actually know none of them. They do look good.

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  13. These book covers definitely give me a fall vibe! Thanks so much for sharing them. :)

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  14. Great take on the topic! I think Fall of Giants is the only one I've heard of.

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    1. Thanks! I do want to try him at some point in the future. :)

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  15. Love the take on the topic! Very creative!

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  16. Such a fun take on the topic! Haven't read any of these books yet though, so must get on that :)

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    1. I can definitely say that The Fall is very good -not for sure about the others, though. :)

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  17. Great list! I like what you did with the topic. I haven't read these, but I do like Jennifer Weiner's books.

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  18. I love your clever take on this week's topic! I actually haven't read any of these, but am interested in picking up Fall of Giants one day.

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  19. oh i love the direction you took this!

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  20. Love what you did with this week's topic. All these titles seem so ominous. Great picks!

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  21. Love your take on the topic.The Fall by Bethany Griffin was such a great book!

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    1. Yes, I'm glad you've had the chance to try it out! :)

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  22. Clever list! Fall of Giants is on my TBR.
    Cora ❤ http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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  23. I love how you spun the topic! I saw a lot of books with'fall' in the title when I was making my own list. :)

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    1. There are so many other titles I could have used that have the word fall* somewhere in the title. :)

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  24. This is such a cute idea for the topic!

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  25. Ahh that's such a good twist on the topic!! I want to read The Fall someday! I didn't even realise what a popular title-word it is.😂

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    1. I bet you'd like The Fall - so much atmosphere and a really cool take on the classic.

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  26. I have not read any of these books, but Griffin's The Fall looks creepy and I'm adding that to my Wishlist!

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    1. It so was - I really want to try her other Poe inspired book as well. :)

      Thanks for coming over, Darlene!

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  27. Very clever take on this week's topic! I wish I had thought of doing this.

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    1. Luckily I had it right on the forefront of my mind! :)

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  28. Dammit those faces on the cover of Falling Stars looks CREEPY! Your books are so dark and spooky. It's a great combination of covers!
    My TTT: https://bookslikewolves.wixsite.com/blog/single-post/2017/10/10/Top-Autumn-Covers-With-That-Fallish-Trend

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    1. I thought I got a good mix in there! :) Thanks for sharing, Sophie!

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  29. I love this little twist! I haven't read any of these fall books but they look interesting.

    Elena@The Novelistics

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    1. I can definitely say that The Fall is a great starting place. :)

      Thanks for sharing, Elena!

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  30. That was a great twist to the topic!! Very interesting list!

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  31. Hi Lauren,

    I love the different angle you brought to this meme, even if all the titles you chose were new to me.

    I checked out my catalogue and I can only find one title which includes 'Fall' and that is 'Feel Me Fall' by James Morris, which is working ts way up my TBR pile!

    http://www.fiction-books.biz/my-latest-news-and-musings/24th-july-new-on-my-shelf-this-week/

    I don't have anything at all which even mentions autumn in the title - how bad is that!

    Thanks for sharing :)

    Yvonne

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    1. I was so close to adding Feel Me Fall to my list this week - it's so good! I hope you'll love it, Yvonne!

      Thanks for sharing. :)

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  32. Great post for this week's TTT topic. I love it!!

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  33. I love how you focused on the word "fall"! There's a good mix of books here and I haven't read very many though The Fall looks like perfect Halloween reading. Great list!

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    1. The Fall is 100% perfect for this time of year! Happy reading, Katherine!

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  34. The Fall is on my shelf waiting to be picked up...never enough time for all the books!

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    1. I know exactly what you mean... So many books, so little time!

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  35. Oooh! I love your unique spin on this week's topic!! :)

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