Top Ten Tuesday : Books By Our Favourite Authors That we Still Haven’t Read


Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.
It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
This weeks topic is Top Ten  Books By Our Favourite Authors That We Still Haven’t Read


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1 Tempests and Slaughter

by Tarmora Pierce

I waited for this with excitement. Then, when I had it, I remembered how little I’d enjoyed her last book and then I remembered the storyline of this one and where it fits into the world.
I will need to build up to this one. There is no way I’ll be able to like half these characters…

2 Dawn Study

by Maria V Snyder

Ahhh, it’s the last book! I’ll have to re-read them ALL then it will all be over!
I don’t want it to be over…

3 Hero at the Fall

by Alwyn Hamilton

Another book that will bring about the end of a series which I’m not sure I want to end…


by Mercedes Lackey

This is Valdemar’s Collegium Chronicles #3 of 5.
I read the first 2 but then decided it was a good idea to wait till all the series was out before re-reading and continuing.
I think that it’s complete at 5 and I need to consider reading this!

5 Sightwitch

by Susan Dennard

I was quite disappointed that this was the third Witchlands book and not Bloodwitch.
I’m so ready to be reading that book! I will read this when I re-read the series ready for Bloodwitch, I’m sure…


Authors I need to catch up on:

6 Laini Taylor

7 V E Schwab

8 Jojo Moyes

9 Libba Bray

10 Trudi Canavan

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4 comments on “Top Ten Tuesday : Books By Our Favourite Authors That we Still Haven’t Read

  1. Brooke Lorren

    I still have to read Laini Taylor’s earlier works. And of course, Muse of Nightmares (I’ll fix that next Tuesday).

    There are quite a few people that I’ve seen that put off reading the last book in the series because they don’t want something to end.

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