Top 10 Tuesday: Author’s I’ve Read The Most Books By

This week’s Top 10 Tuesday is a freebie so I’ve decided to do a theme from a few weeks ago that I missed. It was interesting to look at which authors I’ve read the most books by. I don’t seem to be very good at finishing series, so even though there are some authors I have loved, I’ve not read many of their books!

Top 10 Tuesday was originally created by The Broke and the Bookish, but has now moved to That Artsy Reader Girl. If you’re interested in taking part click here.

Cassandra Clare (10)

Sarah J. Maas (7)

Anthony Horowitz (7)

Michael Grant (5)

Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman (5)

Rick Riordan (5)

Patricia A McKillip (5)

Lauren Oliver (4)

Suzanne Collins (4)

Leigh Bardugo (4)

It’s really not a surprise that Cassandra Clare is top of this list! I’ve been reading her books for a long time and she has written so many of them! I was surprised however how many Sarah J Maas books I’ve read even though I only started reading her books a couple of years ago. It tends to take me quite a while to get through series as I don’t usually like reading them one after another, so I’m amazed I’ve read so many already.

Which authors have you read the most books by? Let me know in the comments!

18 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday: Author’s I’ve Read The Most Books By

  1. YES! Love this topic, even though I’ve only read 2 books (Gone and The Hunger Games) out of all the books by all these authors. It’s just so cool to see people discover things about their reading patterns. Now for the tough question: do you have a *favorite* Cassandra Clare book??

    My top author is Lynn Hall — I did the topic here.

    • Oh my gosh I don’t know if I could choose a favourite Cassandra Clare book! It’s been a really long time since I read some of them so I can’t remember them that well, I think I’d need to read them again to decide on a favourite. I think my favourite series of hers (so far) would be The Mortal Instruments.

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