I am finally writing the last part of my Autumn recommendations!
For some people, Fall rhymes with cosy times and for others it goes with everything spooky. But October also is all about school and overall an academic mood. We’re usually still motivated to rock at school because it only started a month ago, and we want to learn everything we can.
Whether you’re still at school/university or not, here are three books to read if you are in an studious mood (and therefor want to read more classics).
❥ DRACULA BY BRAM STOKER
I keep talking about this book, I even hosted a readalong called A Vampire at Notre-Dame last week to push people to read it, and I’m… not sorry about it. I love it so, so much. The gang in it is everything to me and I adored studying it, so I always love to talk about it. It’s such a great read for October, and I would highly recommend you all to watch Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) as well. It’s the movie that made me fell in love with Keanu Reeves years ago, and you all need it in your lives… Right?
❥ FRANKENSTEIN BY MARY SHELLEY
Okay, I know that I keep recommending the same books but come on, how Frankenstein isn’t the most perfect book to read around Halloween? I fell in love deep with it when I first read it years ago and I still love rediscovering it. It’s so unique, so special. I’ll forever regret not taking that class during my bachelor’s degree which studied it because it would have been so interesting to learn more about Mary Shelley and everything that went into the creation of this book.
❥ THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
I read this book a few years ago now and was really surprised by it. I started it knowing nothing about this classic and it truly was something else. I would highly recommend to read it in one sitting, probably around Halloween. You won’t regret it!
And that’s it! I hope that you loved all of those recommendations. I always adore writing those blog posts!
Have you read any of those? Do you want to?
What classic would you recommend for Halloween?