I think fall is a great time for more contemplative reading, especially for those of us who live where the leaves fall, the days shorten, and the nights turn colder.
It's also an interesting time to return to old favorites first read long ago to see how experiences and shifting perspectives perceive certain work.
I've picked up You Are Here by Thich Nhat Hanh again, five years after my previous read. Back then, I was just learning about him and his teachings, and watched a documentary about his work. It'll be interesting to see how I perceive the messages in this book now.
What about you? Is there a book you're considering re-reading now that time and space may provide new insights?