Top Ten Tuesday – Fall Book Covers


I love Top Ten Tuesdays hosted by The Broke and The Bookish but I have been so busy immersing myself in the Frighteningly Good Reads that I have not had time to participate. But, today – yahoo! – the theme is Top Ten Fall Book Covers. I have that in spades!

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Now, these covers all scream Halloween to me because the Fall is all about Halloween in my house. I love the leaves and the weather and the change in food the fall brings but, mostly, Hello Halloween!!

FullSizeRenderThis is one of my favorite books for the whole year but I really love it in the fall. I just reach down inside and get in touch with my inner-Witch. You can see my full review here.





fullsizeoutput_d9 This is one of the scariest graphic novels I have ever read. I reviewed it hFrighteningly Good Reads #4ere and besides loving it for freaking me out, isn’t the cover awesome?





FullSizeRenderThe cover of this classic ghost story book is scary but the stories are very mild. This is just fun to have around the house for when someone wants a short spooky story.







I picked this little gem up at the local library book sale and reviewed it heFrighteningly Good Reads #9re. I love the ridiculousness of the cover!






IMG_3075I couldn’t help grabbing this book of a display. Murder, Magic and What She Wore is like a Halloween checklist for me. I cannot wait to read it.






FullSizeRenderI love the Flavia de Luce series so much. Flavia is an amazing character and Alan Bradley always writes great stories. I haven’t read The Dead and Their Vaulted Arches yet but I ja’dore this cover!






I am not a big Disney fan. I have never been to any Disney park and I really don’t want to go. However, my favorite podcast Stuff You Missed in History Class did a feature on the history of the Haunted Mansion and I find myself completely fascinated. Also, I admit, I loved the Eddie Murphy movie. I am excited to see if the story can live up to the cover.




And, I have to give big props to Disney for this cover. Amazing. I’m not even sure I know what the story is about but I am loving that artwork.






FullSizeRenderAnd, speaking of art, look at this cover art. I cannot wait to get into this Graphic Novel by Vera Brosgol.








Finally, for # 10 I love this cover for the children’s book The Supernatural Sleuthing Service. I am almost finished with the book and if it finishes as well as it has been going so far I hope to review it soon!


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  1. Ohhh interesting choices! I have heard LOTS of great things about Through the Woods and that cover is so pretty, kind of creepy as well, it inspires me so much for some reason ahah. Can’t wait to read it someday 🙂


  2. Haven’t actually read any of these books as I’m not much of a scary book fan 🙂 But maybe I should start reading some fantasy books just to broaden my horizon.

    Oh and I recently stumbled over TTT and will be participating as well next week. So when I saw that you did the fall cover one, I just did a little happy dance here on my balcony 🙂


      1. Do you have any recommendations as to where to start with Fantasy? I had a quick browse through the Fantasy section of my local bookstore the other day, but there were sooooo many books to choose from.

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      2. It is HUGE isn’t it? Do you want YA Fantasy or Adult? Any aspects of fantasy a no-fly zone for you? For instance, I have a friend who will not read any books with children as main characters.


      3. Hm… I’m not much of a YA reader so maybe something for adults? As for a no-fly zone: I’m not that keen on all the mythology stuff. But then again that’s probably at the core of any fantasy book. So I guess I’m a bit difficult? xD I always like reading a good romantic book. Maybe that’s a start 🙂


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