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Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

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I’ve noticed that my list for today’s theme is almost identical to my top ten books from my childhood/teen years list. (Next week’s list is a more accurate and diverse reflection of the authors I follow today.)

I wrote up this list out of curiosity to see what I have and haven’t read from the authors below:

  • Ai Yazawa (Nana and The Paradise Kiss manga series.)
  • Isobelle Carmody (The Obernewtyn Chronicles, The Legendsong series, Little Fur, Green Monkey Dreams, Alyzon Whitestarr and Metro Winds.)
  • Garth Nix (The Old kingdom series, A Confusion of Princes and three books from the Keys to the Kingdom series.)
  • Juliet Marillier (Wildwood Dancing, Cybele’s Secret, Dreamer’s Pool, Heart’s Blood and Daughter of the Forest.)
  • Ursula K. Le Guin (The Earthsea series, The Left Hand of Darkness, Voices, The Lathe of Heaven and Four Ways to Forgiveness.)
  • Diana Wynne Jones (Three books from the Chrestomanci series. Also, A Tale of Time City, Power of Three, and Howl’s Moving Castle.)
  • Haruki Murakami (Kafka on the Shore, Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman, The Elephant Vanishes, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running, Norwegian Wood, After Dark, Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World, and Sputnik Sweetheart.)
  • Patricia A. Mckillip (Ombria in Shadow, Od Magic, Alphabet of Thorn, The Changeling Sea, Winter Rose, The Tower at Stony Wood, In the Forests of Serre and The Forgotten Beats of Eld.)

Honourable mentions: Richelle Mead, Gail Carriger, Ilona Andrews, Emily Rodda, Roald Dahl, CLAMP (authors of the Chobits manga) and Tsugumi Ohba (author of the Death Note manga).

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