Fall 2022 reading list

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This is it! This is the year when I do all the things I've been declaring to do for years. Mainly some Christmassy stuff that I didn't have time for last December. But that's a story for December. For now, for the fall, here it is - the list of books I've been saying I would read: fall 2022 reading list!

  1. Dracula by Bram Stoker.
  2. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

That's it.

But hey, nineteenth century literature for the win! Spooky horror stories for the win! What's more, neither of the two are unreasonably long (unlike my planned December reading list, which consists of only one book, Les Misérables).

That's all I have for today; RK out.

P.S. In the last fifty pages or so that I've read, Karamazov has turned wildly interesting. I might finish it in time for the fall books, after all.  

P.P.S. I desperately want to live in the castle in the picture above.