Top Ten Tuesday: most read authors!

Wow, all my school stress is over! And now I’m back and better than ever, starting with a book tag! Today I’ll list my most read authors, which mainly correlate with my favorite authors as I usually reread all my favorite books!

#1 Enid Blyton

Kinderbuchautorin Enid Blyton begeistert immer noch

22 original Famous Five books, one whole every Sunday and then several chapters every evening – I guess I read more than 100 books written by her. She was my complete childhood and I could read them over and over again.

#2 Erin Hunter

Books - warriorcats

When I was younger, I read at least 20 of these books and then the first, my favorite season, twice! I stopped reading Warriors somewhere during the second or third season because either all characters that appeared during the first season had already died or where elderly cats not doing much.

#3 JK Rowling

Machines and Magic: Teaching Computers to Write Harry Potter

Despite Harry Potter only having seven books in the series, I read every book at least twice, and my favorites at least three times! Evidently, I can’t get enough of this series!

#4 Jeanne Birdsall

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The Penderwicks were one of my childhood favorites and I read the first three more than ten times each. Then, whenever I was sick or in the car for multiple hours, I listened to the audiobooks – and I was sick a lot. So these are quite some numbers, we’re talking about!

#5 Rick Riordan

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I read the Percy Jackson series twice and then Heros of Olympus twice because I loved the new stories and Gods!

#6 Cassandra Clare

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I read all of her original series (not the extra stories), then reread The Dark Artifices and now Chain of Gold – I am a sucker for the Shadowhunters world and I will never (probably also not when I’m 30) stop buying her new books because she NEVER disappoints!

#7 Kerstin Gier

The Ruby Red Trilogy by Kerstin Gier

I read her most famous trilogy, the Ruby Red Trilogy when I was about thirteen years old and it was my very first YA series: I was overwhelmed by the new intensity of the problems (life-threatening situations etc) and by the mature characters (17 years old, now that I am actually 17 and not mature, that’s probably not depicted very realistically!). So, naturally, I reread this trilogy a couple of times and then discovered Silver: a trilogy that I have reread every year since I first read it a couple of years back. It gets better and better every time I read it!

That’s it for now: I hope you enjoyed this post! Who are your most read authors – and do you still read them? Comment! Happy reading!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

17 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: most read authors!”

  1. Oh my gosh, the Warrior books! What a throwback, haha. I remember going on long car rides and reading those in the backseat with the overhead light on. Great list! Childhood books will never age (:

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  2. Great list ! Just came across your blog ! And am loving it….I just started with Top Ten Tuesday and this was my first meme post….Enid Blyton is on top of my list too …..a childhood fav ! I was searching on the net and saw
    that she had written over 700 books…..I do know I have read tons of her books …..jk Rowling last on my list I have only read 7 books of hers….and Rick Riordan is 3 rd I have read 24 of his books….I have been wanting to read Cassandra Clare shadow hunters by end of 2020

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    1. Thanks so much!!!! And omg I knew she wrote many many books, but 700?! I’ve read some more of her series, but that really adds up then! WOW! And OMG yes you have to read Shadowhunters, these books changed my world! The characters are everything and the stories and complexity of the characters and their development improve with every new book she writes!
      Happy reading!

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