Top Ten Tuesday: Most Read Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish where we get a new topic for a top 10 list.

If there’s one thing I’ve noticed is that I usually gravitate towards the story and not the author. However, when I find an author who’s books I love I am more likely to binge read their work. I tend to go from one author to the next so the most books I’ve read actually aren’t that much in total.

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1. Rick Riordan: Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus. You simply cannot go wrong with Rick Riordan.

2. John Green: Unsurprising. A few years ago I made it my mission to read all his books over the summer.

3. Cassandra Clare: I devoured the Mortal Instrument series. However, I still haven’t gotten round to reading The Infernal Devices. I will get to it. I promise.

4. Veronica Rossi: This is including the books written under the pen-name Noelle August. I adore her writing and her all her books are simply wonderful.

5. Marissa Meyer: It was only this year I got on The Lunar Chronicles band wagon and I cannot wait for Winter.

6. V. E. Schwab: Also including the books under Victoria Schwab. This summer I’ve been all about her books and she’s become one of my favourite authors.

7. Veronica Roth: I’m still mourning the end of Allegiant. Not even the Four: Short Stories could help me recover.

8. Maggie Stiefvater: Love her writing and world building. I’ve yet to read The Wolves of Mercy Fall series yet.

9. Stephanie Perkins: Anna, Lola, Isla. Three wonderful books, with wonderful characters.

10. Susan Ee: If you’re looking for a series that delves into the angel mythology then I’d go for Angelfall. Susan’s books will forever be one of my favourite series.

Tell me who are your most read authors?

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2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Most Read Authors

  1. I share the same sentiments as you regarding gravitating towards the book (instead of the author) unless they’re of the auto-buy variety!. I’m not sure if I have the willpower to read Four’s short stories as I actually found his perspective to be a bit dreadful (personally) in Allegiant. But who knows…maybe I’ll get sucked back into the Divergent world again haha.

    Cheers,
    Joey via. thoughts and afterthoughts.

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    • The short stories were nothing special. They were an easy read and to be honest I don’t actually remember a lot of the detail. If anything the main reason I read it was so I could learn more about his life before Tris.

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