Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

Top Ten TuesdayIt’s been a while since I participated in Top Ten Tuesday. But I like this week’s topic!

Thank you Goodreads for keeping these stats for me, haha. Although making this list wasn’t quite as straightforward as I thought it was going to be…

Top Ten Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

  1. Haruki Murakami with a grand total of 23 books!
    I mean, wooooww. And I haven’t even read all of his work yet, by far…
  2. J.K. Rowling: 20 books
    Technically, 21 books, if we include Robert Galbraith. Also, there’s a bunch of Harry Potter rereads. And there’s going to be more rereads in the future.
  3. Carlos Ruiz Zafón: 9 books
    I finally read all of his books. More translations, please!
  4. Neil Gaiman: 6 books
    I want to read so much more of his work.
  5. John Green: 6 books
    Why though.
  6. Douglas Adams: 5 books
    Hitchhiker’s Guide, need I say more.
  7. Banana Yoshimoto: 5 books
  8. Laini Taylor: 4 books
  9. Darren Shan: 4 books
    Actually, this should be 12 books, and actually, half of them were also childhood rereads…
  10. Natsuo Kirino: 4 books
    *still waits impatiently for In*

I’ve also got three honourable mentions, that I felt didn’t quite belong on the list above…:

  1. Paul van Loon: 7 books
    Why am I putting him here at the bottom when I’ve read 7 books? Mostly because I read all of these books during my childhood and haven’t picked any up since then. I loved his books but I’m not sure if they will still be as enjoyable now that I’m older, so I’m afraid to reread…
  2. H.G. Wells: 5 books
    He’s down here because it’s cheating; half of what I read were short stories.
  3. Annie M.G. Schmidt: 5 books
    Same situation as Mr. Van Loon, although I definitely want to reread Schmidt’s books! Her books are wonderful.

One thought on “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’ve Read The Most Books From

  1. LOL at JG 😀
    I really must reread Adams, we read his book in elementary and that’s forever ago! 😀 I remember it very fondly though. 🙂
    I think for me, Enid Blyton leads. I read Famous Five as a kid about a hundred times ^^

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