The colder weather means more excuses to stay huddled inside in a blanket reading - I'm all for that! The first five books on my TBR are required for Uni, while the rest are my own choice.
1. The Annotated Alice by Lewis Carroll, edited by Martin Gardener
I'm halfway through this one, we're discussing it in my English Lit paper. It's interesting seeing what's different from the Disney movie from the original text.
2. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
I'm going in completely blind on this one. I know Austen wrote six books (I think?), but I've never heard anyone talk about Northanger Abbey.
3. Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
My third Shakespeare play! I'm always up for reading more of the Bard's work.
4. City of Glass by Paul Auster, Paul Karasik and David Mazzucchelli
Again I'm not sure what this one is about. I think it's pretty awesome the lecturer is using a graphic novel as one of the texts though.
5. City of Masks by Mary Hoffman
I'm planning to reread this book to write a report on it for my Kid's Lit paper. Hoffman recently came to my area and gave a talk about her Stravanganza series that made me all nostalgic. I brought a signed copy of it too!
6. Newt's Emerald by Garth Nix
I'm reading a chapter a night of this at the moment and am enjoying it so far. Loving the combo of regency era and magic!
7. Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
I'm sporadically listening to this novel via eaudiobook. As a history geek I'm loving all the little details that really bring alive the World War Two setting. (I have been accidentally spoiled for Code Name Verity however which is why I'm not flying through it.)
8. Saga Volume Three by Brian K. Vaugh and Fiona Staples
WHAT DID I DO WITHOUT SAGA IN MY LIFE!?!? Seriously, READ IT.
9. The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman
I was given an illustrated copy of this short story for Christmas that I haven't picked up yet... (Oops) Chris Riddell's illustrations are as stunning as always.
10. P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
I need to know what happens to Lara Jean ASAP!
What's on your Spring/Autumn TBR?