Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From

Tuesday, 11 August 2015


Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From


  

J.K. Rowling - 8 Books



    

Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl - 7 Books




Katie McGarry - 6 Books


 

Sarah Addison Allen - 6 Books




John Green - 5 Books




 


Tahereh Mafi - 5 Books






Gayle Forman - 5 Books




Victoria Schwab - 5 books



 

Robyn Schneider (Violet Haberdasher) - 4 Books




Rainbow Rowell - 4 Books



5 comments

  1. I love the layout of your post! I've read ADSOM and Vicious by VE Schwab but I really want to read more , she writes amazing books!

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    1. Thank you so much! And yes! You must read the Archived! It's one of my all time favourites! :D Thanks for commenting!

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  2. I'm a huge Sarah Addison Allen fan! Love her books!! My TTT

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  3. Oh, Katie McGarry... love her! She didn't make my list but I love her books so much. And Rainbow Rowell... I wish she could write as fast as I could read. LOL

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

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  4. I recommend a book by Jim West called Libellus de Numeros (The Book of Math) that my 11-year-old daughter just
    finished reading. The story is about Alex, a young precocious girl, who mysteriously gets transported to a strange world where Latin and Math combine in formulas and equations with magical effects. With a cruel council leading
    the only safe city of its kind in this world, she will have to prove her worth to stay as well as help this city as it is the target for two evil wizards who seek to destroy the city and its ruling council. To help the city and also get back home, she will need the help of the greatest mathematician of all time, Archimedes. In a world where math is magic, Alex wishes she paid more attention in math class.

    A Goodread 5-star review said:

    "The storyline inspires a hunger for knowledge and a 'can do' attitude - a strong message of empowerment for young
    readers. I’m sure that this book will be interesting to read for both, boys and girls, as well as adult readers. Libellus de Numeros means 'Book of Numbers' and it's a magical textbook in the story. Math and science are wonderfully incorporated into a captivating plot: Latin and math are presented as exciting tools to make 'magic' and while Latin is often used as a language of magic the addition of math is definitely a fresh approach.

    "The main heroine Alex is a very relatable character for young people, especially girls. I love that she has her flaws and goes through struggles all too familiar to a lot of young people. Alex is an authentic female role model - a very courageous girl, who is not afraid to stand up for herself and others and who is able to learn fast how to use knowledge to her best advantage.

    "She can definitely do everything that boys can and I find this to be a very powerful message that is needed in
    our modern society. Furthermore, it was a pleasure to read through the pages of a well-formatted eBook. Highly
    recommended!"

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