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Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From

Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish

Today we discuss the authors we have read the most books from, this exercise would help me realise how much of a fan am I.
Here we go!

1. Dan Brown

I bet if you've read either of his books, you end up reading ALL of his books. Something like that happened to me as well, and I have read both his Robert Langdon Novels, and non-Robert Langdon novels!

2. John Green

Regular readers of my blog, and my friends know how much of Paper towns i live every day, swearing by its quotes. John Green has always been love, and asdfghjkl.

3. Rainbow Rowell

If it weren't for Rowell, I wouldn't have had the confidence I have. She is credited with etching the most near-to-life character in Fangirl, and the most raw and real people, full of flaws and yet worthy of love, in Eleanor and Park.

4. Jane Austen

Yes, the love for classics is a rare gift and I am proud to have it. haven't we all memorized Pride and Prejudice by now? others that I have read include Emma, Mansfield Park and Sense and Sensibility, although I'll admit I remember nothing from the latter.

5. Charles Dickens

Here comes the author who made me fall in love with reading with his masterpieces like A tale of two cities, David Copperfield, Hard Times and A Christmas carol.

6. Arthur Conan Doyle

Oh yes- He occupies a special position because I've read all the Sherlock Holmes mysteries.

7. Robin Sharma

I am also a big self-help fanatic, and of the contemporary coaches, Robin Sharma makes the most sense. Which explains why I have read The monk who sold his ferrari and all the books that succeeded it. 

8. Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist was my first ever proper novel I read back in 8th grade. This was followed by The Winner stands alone, Brida and Aleph.

9. Ruskin Bond

I read so many books by him, including Susannah's seven Husbands, I've forgotten the names of most.

10. Enid Blyton

The faraway Tree, the famous five, The Secret Seven anyone?

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Kritika's bookshelf: read

Angels & Demons
The Story of My Life
The Hunger Games
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
A Tale of Two Cities
Pride and Prejudice
Jane Eyre
Sense and Sensibility
A Christmas Carol
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Time Machine
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
The Da Vinci Code

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