A weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's theme is the Top Ten Of Your Auto-Buy Authors:
I enjoyed Year of Wonders, a novel, about the Bubonic plague and loved, loved, loved March, a novel, about the mysterious Mr. March from Little Women. She tends to write about random awesome topics and I could always use a good historical fiction book.
Louisa May Alcott
Speaking of Little Women, as I have said, since seeing the 1994 version of Little Women (one of my all time favorite films), watching the 1999 television show Little Men, and going to Concord, Massachusetts, I finally read the novel and fell more in love with Alcott's characters.
The Fault in Our Stars is Green's masterpiece. I have enjoyed Looking for Alaska, parts of An Abundance of Katherines and Paper Towns. I don't know, I am always going to be looking for something as good as The Fault in Our Stars.
I thought Before I Fall was beautifully written and I loved the beginning novel of the Delirium series. I have heard nothing, but good things about Vanishing Girls and Rooms looks like something I would enjoy. If she writes it, I will check it out eventually.
I could not begin to tell you how many people I have recommended Just One Day, Just One Year, and Just One Night to. If I Stay and Where She Went were also enjoyable. I am very excited to read I Was Here.
One of my favorite books in Going Bovine and I think the Gemma Doyle books are amazing. While I have not been as excited about some of her newer books - I will read anything she writes.
I have read most of her books and I will keep reading them if she writes more. She helped develop my love of history as a young teenager.
Another of my favorites is A Northern Light and the Tea Rose saga is well written. While, like Libba Bray's books, I have not been as pleased with Donnelly's newer stuff, I will pick up anything by her.
It's J.K. freaking Rowling.
It's Suzanne freaking Collins. Write something please!!
What is your Top Ten this week?