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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week's topic: Top Authors I've only read one book from but NEED to read more:

1. Sarah Beth Durst

I enjoyed The Lost and can't wait for the sequels The Missing, and The Found. I also have Conjured on my TBR, in addition to her new release Chasing Power.


2. Helen Oyeyemi                                                                                                                                      

Boy, Snow, Bird is a fascinating re-imagining of Snow White and one of my favorite books of 2014. I'm hoping to read White is for Witching sometime before Halloween for the RIP IX Challenge.

3. Lauren Oliver

I was drawn in by the melancholy gothic novel Rooms and I'd like to try her dystopian series Delirium

4. Sherry Thomas

After the highly entertaining The Burning Sky, I can't wait to get my hands on The Perilous Sea.

5. Jandy Nelson 

A highly original prose stylist, I need to give The Sky is Everywhere a try after devouring I'll Give You the Sun

6. Richelle Mead 

I've only read the first book in the Vampire Academy series. For shame. 


12 comments:

Chrissi Reads said...

Jandy Nelson makes my list as well this week. I really liked The Sky Is Everywhere!

Ula @ Blog of Erised said...

I LOVE Oliver and Mead, Mead especially. Amazing authors, I think you should try them soon, I binge read their novels because I loved them so much :D \o/

JaimeLH said...

Cool, I'm looking forward to reading it :)

JaimeLH said...

That's what I heard, about Vampire Academy especially. I'll get on that.

Benni @ Benni's Bookbiters said...

I'm excited to hear you liked Rooms! I liked Delirium but not Panic, so it's nice to hear Oliver's latest is good. I've also read 0 Helen Oyeyemi books, and love the cover of Boy, Snow, Bird, so I'll be giving that a shot as well.

Sofia said...

I have read two of Durst's books, and I really liked one, but was disappointed by the other.

My TTT

Lisa Loves Lit said...

I really like Lauren Oliver's books. I haven't read any of Durst's books, but I do want to read the one you have.
Check out my Top 10

JaimeLH said...

I liked it, but I feel Rooms may be very different from her other works. Very dark and sad, but in a good way? Very flawed characters.
Yay a convert to Helen Oyeyemi :)

JaimeLH said...

Mileage may vary. Good to know.

Mimi Zane said...

I am having a Sarah Beth Durst Giveaway on September 20th! You should enter :) The VA series gets better and books 2-6 are so much better than the first. I highly recommend it. Great Post!

Mimi Zane @ M&EM Read YA
mandemread.blogspot.com

Bookaholics Anonymous said...

So yes to Richelle Mead. the va series is my ALL time fave series. Lauren Olivers books are really pretty good as well.

Benni @ Benni's Bookbiters said...

Ooo, I like dark and sad, so that works! :-)

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Authors I"ve Only Read One Book From

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week's topic: Top Authors I've only read one book from but NEED to read more:

1. Sarah Beth Durst

I enjoyed The Lost and can't wait for the sequels The Missing, and The Found. I also have Conjured on my TBR, in addition to her new release Chasing Power.


2. Helen Oyeyemi                                                                                                                                      

Boy, Snow, Bird is a fascinating re-imagining of Snow White and one of my favorite books of 2014. I'm hoping to read White is for Witching sometime before Halloween for the RIP IX Challenge.

3. Lauren Oliver

I was drawn in by the melancholy gothic novel Rooms and I'd like to try her dystopian series Delirium

4. Sherry Thomas

After the highly entertaining The Burning Sky, I can't wait to get my hands on The Perilous Sea.

5. Jandy Nelson 

A highly original prose stylist, I need to give The Sky is Everywhere a try after devouring I'll Give You the Sun

6. Richelle Mead 

I've only read the first book in the Vampire Academy series. For shame. 


12 comments:

  1. Jandy Nelson makes my list as well this week. I really liked The Sky Is Everywhere!

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  2. Ula @ Blog of ErisedSeptember 16, 2014 at 5:57 AM

    I LOVE Oliver and Mead, Mead especially. Amazing authors, I think you should try them soon, I binge read their novels because I loved them so much :D \o/

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  3. Cool, I'm looking forward to reading it :)

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  4. That's what I heard, about Vampire Academy especially. I'll get on that.

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  5. Benni @ Benni's BookbitersSeptember 16, 2014 at 9:01 AM

    I'm excited to hear you liked Rooms! I liked Delirium but not Panic, so it's nice to hear Oliver's latest is good. I've also read 0 Helen Oyeyemi books, and love the cover of Boy, Snow, Bird, so I'll be giving that a shot as well.

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  6. I have read two of Durst's books, and I really liked one, but was disappointed by the other.

    My TTT

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  7. I really like Lauren Oliver's books. I haven't read any of Durst's books, but I do want to read the one you have.
    Check out my Top 10

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  8. I liked it, but I feel Rooms may be very different from her other works. Very dark and sad, but in a good way? Very flawed characters.
    Yay a convert to Helen Oyeyemi :)

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  9. Mileage may vary. Good to know.

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  10. I am having a Sarah Beth Durst Giveaway on September 20th! You should enter :) The VA series gets better and books 2-6 are so much better than the first. I highly recommend it. Great Post!

    Mimi Zane @ M&EM Read YA
    mandemread.blogspot.com

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  11. So yes to Richelle Mead. the va series is my ALL time fave series. Lauren Olivers books are really pretty good as well.

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  12. Ooo, I like dark and sad, so that works! :-)

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Thank you, comments are appreciated :)