Top Ten Tuesday-Popular Authors I Haven’t Read 3/4/14

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This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, feels like a true confessions post. I mean, really. How can I have *not* read these popular authors?

1. Richelle Mead. The Vampire Academy has been on my TBR list forever and now that the movie is out I can’t get my hands on a copy!

vampire academy

2. James Patterson. I haven’t read his adult or teen books and probably never will. I am ok with that.

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3. Christopher Paolini. I actually have no interest in his giant dragon books.

eragon

4. Tahereh Mafi. I swear I will read Shatter Me someday. Unless is turns in to another Graceling situation. I ignored Graceling so long I had to just remove it from my TBR list.

shatter me

5. Beth Revis. About to remedy this one. Across the Universe is my next audiobook. I swear.

across the universe

6. Veronica Rossi. I actually tried with Under the Never Sky. I tried.

under the never sky

7. A.G. Howard. I have Splintered at home and may actually read it before returning it to the library.

splintered

8. Robin LaFevers. I own Grave Mercy. I NEED to read it. Why haven’t I read it?!?

grave mercy

9. Kiera Cass. I just started The Selection!

selection

10. Orson Scott Card. I tried to read Ender’s Game. I tried to listen to Ender’s Game. Ender’s Game is not for me.

ender's game

Happy Reading!

˜Megan

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4 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday-Popular Authors I Haven’t Read 3/4/14

  1. Kiera Cass is a must read author! I can’t say much though (you will understand if you see my list)!
    My TTT

  2. I’m surprised by some of your books. I totally thought you would have read Under the Never Sky and Shatter Me! I am thinking about reading The Vampire Academy now that the movie is out too… I’m not big into vampires, but I’ve heard good things about that one.

    My TTT

  3. I like how you worded the Patterson one. I tried one of his MG/YA books once, and it didn’t keep my attention. So, I honestly have no need to try his other books. If I ever do read one of his in the future, it will have to be one of the graphic novels.

  4. I found Splintered at a used book sale. I just have to read it. (And figure out where I put it, first.)

    Grave Mercy was pretty interesting–a different take on religion, purpose, death… Only so many hours in the day, though.

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