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There are so many books I have enjoyed, but haven’t read any more works by the author. I really should read the books on this list.

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1) Leigh Bardugo, Six of Crows – I finished the Grisha trilogy this year and now I’m looking forward to diving into another of Bardugo’s series.


2) Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Prince and others – I feel very behind on Clare’s books. I still haven’t finished the Infernal Devices series and she keeps bringing out more and more novels.

3) Patricia McKillip, many, many books – one of my favourite novels is Ombria in Shadow. I’ve read a few of McKillip’s other books but there are still many on my shelf I have yet to read.


4) Chris Wooding, Silver – The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray is one of my favourites. I also enjoyed Poison and Storm Thief, but have yet to read Silver.

5) Jay Asher, The Future of Us – Thirteen Reasons Why is another favourite of mine, but I’ve never read any of Asher’s other books.

6) J. R. R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion – I’ve heard this is a little more heavy-going than The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, so I haven’t got round to reading it yet.


7) Lauren Oliver, Ringer – I’m hoping the sequel to Replica will be as good as the first in the series.

8) Gayle Forman, Where She Went – Having only read one of Gayle Forman’s books – If I Stay – which I absolutely loved, I really should have read more books by her. Top of my list would be the sequel to If I Stay, but I’d like to read other books by her too.

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9) Ashley Maker, Seer – Under the Trees is a great book and I’ve had Seer on my Kindle for a little while now. I really need to get round to reading it!

10) Thomas Hardy – Tess of the D’Urbervilles is one of my favourite classics but I have yet to read any of his other novels.