Books By Fav Authors That I Still Haven’t Read | Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl to bring bookish friends together. A new topic is posted each week.

I’m so excited to go through everyone’s posts this week, reading about everyone’s fav authors! Let me know if you have a top ten tuesday post too.

Brandon Sanderson:

Elantris: I’ve read many of the series belonging in the over-hanging Cosmere universe in the past two years, but not this one, which also seem to be very essisential to understanding the logic of the different worlds, or at least not be spoiled reading the short stories.

Arcanum Unbounded with short stories from the Cosmere universe. I’ve read edgedancer, the novella, but as I haven’t read Elantris yet I’ve been careful about what else I’ve looked into. Even reading descriptions of these short stories might spoil me, honestly.

Kristin Cashore: Jane, Unlimited

I loved Graceling series by Cashore, I really like how especially the main character Katsa was a female fighter and not nice. Sometimes I like characters on the border of unlikable, when they’re well written like that one. This book however, seem more “regular” and I’m nervous as I haven’t heard much about it.


Shaun David Hutchinson:

The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley and At the Edge of the Universe: I’ve just started reading the last one. I really liked “we are the ants” and the author on twitter in general, so I want to get to more of the book. More gay characters are welcome into my TBR as well, especially when they’re going through existential crisis, because you know- relatable af.

Haruki Murakami:

1Q84, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle and Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage: I adore what I’ve read of Murakami’s writing, and there’s so many books of his to delve into.

Mary Oliver:

A Poetry Handbook, Why I Wake Up Early and Felicity: Mary Olive is my favourite poet, and yet I haven’t read all of her works. In her eightytwo-years she’s produced a lot of writing and I can’t wait to enjoy it all. Her poems are often about nature and erasing the line between nature and the self.

5 thoughts on “Books By Fav Authors That I Still Haven’t Read | Top Ten Tuesday

  1. Tammy September 25, 2018 / 2:32 pm

    I’ve only read The Wind Up Bird Chronicle by Murakami years ago and I’d also love to read more of his books😁 Great list!

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  2. Leslie September 25, 2018 / 4:08 pm

    I just bought my first Sanderson book~ The Way of Kings! I did my topic a little different and just talked about my favorite authors. I’ve pretty much read them all from my faves!

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  3. Merline September 28, 2018 / 4:44 am

    I love your list! I haven’t read any Sanderson books because I’m kind of intimidated by the length of his books. I want though. I just need to get over the fear that I’m going to be confused by the writing style and/or bored for 500+ pages.

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    • aquapages // eline October 2, 2018 / 9:39 am

      The mistborn trilogy is the best starting place as it’s the least confusing and doesn’t feel like a lot of backstory is needed to get into it! I’ve started some heavy fantasy series at the same length though and this is nothing like them, if that helps 🙂


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