Top Ten Tuesday

top ten tuesday: authors I’ve only read one book from but need to read more

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Hey everyone! Welcome to another installment of Top Ten Tuesday, a weekly meme hosted by the lovely blog The Broke and the Bookish. This week the theme is Top Ten Books I’ve Only Read One Book From But Need To Read More. It’s quite a mouthful! In the following list, the book title in parenthesis is the only book I have read by that author. So, in no particular order:

  1. F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby)
  2. Stephanie Perkins (Anna and the French Kiss)
  3. Markus Zusak (The Book Thief)
  4. Daniel O’Malley (The Rook)
  5. Robyn Schneider (The Beginning of Everything)
  6. Donna Tartt (The Goldfinch)
  7. Patrick Ness (More Than This)
  8. Sally Green (Half Bad)
  9. Ayn Rand (Anthem)
  10. Jenny Hubbard (Paper Covers Rock)

I loved all of these books, but for some reason I haven’t gotten around to reading any other novels by these authors. Are there any books by these authors that you would recommend I read before others? What authors have you only read one book from? Let me know in the comments section below!




6 thoughts on “top ten tuesday: authors I’ve only read one book from but need to read more”

  1. I’ve never read anything by Patrick Ness, but I keep seeing More Than This and The Knife of Never Letting Go around, one of these days I’ll pick it up! Aslo Donna Tartt is amazing and I never want to be done reading all the books she has out!


  2. AHHH! I’m still coming down off my Isla and the Happily Ever After feels, and to be honest I don’t think I’ll ever come down. Stephanie Perkins is amazing and Isla taught me so much about myself. Lola and the Boy Next Door is awesome too! Cricket Bells is sooooo dreamy! You must read them!


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