Top Ten Books About Autumn – The State Hornet

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The leaves are turning and you can buy everything flavored with pumpkin spice and anything meant for fall here. These are 10 book recommendations that will make you fall in love with fall or give you a good ghost for October.

DraculaWritten by Bram Stoker

Starting this list with the classic is “Dracula” from Bram Stoker. The story is told through a series of letters and notes from Jonathan Harker, who is on a business trip to stay at Count Dracula’s castle in Transylvania.

Dracula is one of those books that you just have to read for yourself, the drama and the unsettling nature of it all are too scary to let go. This is the perfect book to read when the leaves turn color and start grinding under your feet.

“The Final Girl Support Group” is a book for all the slasher movie fans out there. A poem for all our favourites Final girlsThe book answers the question of what happens after the last girl is left standing at the end of the horror movie.

“The Final Girl Support Group” is a book, once you receive it, you won’t be able to put it down again. It has all the wit of “Scream” and all the horror of the “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”.

This book had a lot to say about the horror gene’s treatment of women for good or bad. This book is a horror movie printed on paper and is perfect to get you in the mood for Halloween.

Hallowe’en party is a The classic crime mystery where a teenager is murdered at a Halloween party and Hercules Poirot must solve the crime. This was the first book I read by Agatha Christie and it made me want to read the rest of her work.

The writing shines and the plot will make you gasp many times. The atmosphere is ominous while still fun.

This is the perfect read for those who aren’t terrified but still want that spooky Halloween feel.

Are you a fan of “Hoccus”? How about “practical magic”? Or maybe “Sabrina the Teenage Witch?” If you say yes to any of these then this is the book for you. The rom-com is a wizard where the main character is her former tenure and has some unexpected consequences.

This book is the brightest on this list but has one of the most captivating plots. The characters have a lot of chemistry which makes reading the book fun.

It’s funny and heartwarming while still being able to enjoy the perfect fall vibe.

twilight” Written by Stephenie Meyer

Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that Twilight is the perfect book for fall. The story follows Bella Swan, who returns to her small hometown of Washington where she falls in love with Edward Cullen and discovers that there is more to him than meets the eye.

This book is not perfect but if you haven’t read it before then you should give it a try. There’s a certain charm to it, and Stephanie Meyer adds so many vivid details that the characters and the universe feel like living in it.

Twilight is the perfect book for a choppy, rainy afternoon.

If you liked the movie Coraline, you’ll love the book it’s based on! The premise is the same. A little girl named Coraline passes through a secret door in her new house and on the other side is her house but…different.

The movie “Coraline” scared me as a child and the book “Coraline” scared me as an adult. The book is very painful but almost magical in its pictures. He has funny moments to relieve stress and then bring the tension back to the fore.

The book is beautiful and spooky and is perfect for those who just want a little more ghost in their lives.

The Secret History is filled with a sense of New England gloom that is nothing but negative vibes. It tells the story of six classic literature students who become involved in a murder mystery.

Tartt is an excellent writer because she makes all the characters feel lively and realistic. All of these characters are believable. The setting describes in great detail the ideal backdrop for the unfolding plot.

This is a perfect book to read in a library on a nice autumn day.

The book traces a writer back to his hometown, which is slowly becoming deserted, only to find the townspeople turning into something strange. This is my favorite Stephen King book and one of his short novels.

“Salem’s Lot” is also one of King’s less scary novels but it’s still terrifying because the plot is so suspenseful. You will really live in the shoes of the main character and feel the full burden of his experiences.

Once the story really starts, it refuses to slow down. A Salem Lot is a slow burn that will stay with you long after October comes and goes.

Based on a “true story,” Jay Anson’s novel “The Amityville Horror” is about the Lutz family who move into a home with a dark past that soon haunts them. This book is a little stronger than the rest on this list, but I think it’s amazing if you’re in a superhero mood.

This book has spawned several movies and TV adaptations and of all the ones I’ve seen, none have lived up to the book in terms of horror elements.

True or not, this book is the perfect scary read for Halloween night.

Wuthering Heights is a classic sad and agonizing game that takes you on a journey.

I understand why so many people don’t like this book. The characters are undesirable and oftentimes bad guys. However, the introduction to the book is simple and there is a huge emotional journey that both the reader and the characters go through.

The writing is exciting and dark, but reading Wuthering Heights is like experiencing a dark tunnel. No matter how dark the tunnel is, there is always light at the end of it.

In the end, this gothic novel is perfect for a warm autumn night.

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