Bookending Autumn | Sweater Weather

Morning, bloggers!

I’m back with another Bookending post! As you may have seen, this week I took some time away from my blog because I haven’t been feeling well.

So I’m excited for it and took my time with my answers so I’d get it right. This post is part of the Bookending Autumn 2019, founded by Clo and Sam. This prompt, hosted by Danielle from Poetry Books YA is all a part of sweater weather. So name books that remind you of a cozy fall sweater.

I hope you love my choices!

Sorcery of Thorns

Talking tomes, books turning into demons, warrior librarians, Sorcery of Thorns is meant for a stormy autumn night. Did I also mention demons? Well, I can’t forget Silas. Margaret makes librarians look cool.

 

The Halloween Tree

The Halloween Tree is originally a TV show movie adapted into a book, not from. And both adaptions are my favourite. I adore how friendship, death, and Halloween blend together to form solid storylines.

 

Tunnel of Bones

A paranormal MG about a girl who sees ghosts should be on this list, right? Yup. In this sequel, we’re in the catacombs of Paris. It’s spooky, but it’s a perfect book for fall.

 

The Girl the Sea Gave Back

I wanted to love this book, but I didn’t enjoy. What I loved though is the feel of the book. You’re surrounded by the forest. And I felt cozy and warm while reliving the reasons why I loved the first book.

 

A Treason of Thorns

I wasn’t a huge fan of the book. However, the atomospheric tone is why it’s on my list. I love how each prominent house of England is a sentient being. These houses have tandrums, get angry when they don’t get their way, and sometimes lose their lives if they act out too much. It’s a creepy read.

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