• Nathalia Santiago

Three Books For Your Autumn TBR This Year

Updated: Oct 3, 2020

Every person needs a good book to curl up within the fall, and nothing says autumn like

mystery and intrigue, so here are a few recommendations that I highly suggest reading in the fall season that will keep you on your toes on every page!

1) The Time Machine by H.G. Wells


Sci-Fi/Classic Fiction

Basic Summary:

The Time Machine is a classical novel about a time traveler who travels 800,000 years into the future. There he encounters two races of futuristic humans, the Eloi, and the Morlocks. He discovers a future that is full of man-kinds greatest dreams and worst fears.

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2) The Secret History by Donna Tartt



Basic Summary:

The Secret History is about a group of college students that develop a way of thinking and living that is different from the rest of society. Their new way of life leads them down a road of corruption, betrayal, and inevitably murder.

Click here to purchase this gem in the dark academic community.

3) The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins


YA Fiction/Dystopian

Basic Summary:

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is the backstory of President Snow in the trilogy The Hunger Games. Coriolanus Snow is eighteen in the novel and is one of the first students to mentor a tribute in The Games. All odds are against him, though, when his tribute is a small framed girl from District 12. Coriolanus must lead himself to victory, but it comes at a cost.

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Hopefully, this list will make your autumnal book shopping just a little easier. Stay tuned for more book recommendations here at The Postmodern Journal!

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