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Top Ten Tuesday (#60): Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted at The Broke and The Bookish where they post a list idea and everyone is welcome to post the list with their own answers. This week’s topic is “Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More”.

The sequels
The only book I’ve read from each of these authors was the first in a series, and I loved it.  I need to buy the next book and find out what happens next!

Gennifer Albin
What: Altered (Crewel World #2)

Kat Zhang
What: Once We Were (Hybrid Chronicles #2)

Suzanne Young
What: The Treatment (The Program #2)

Rick Yancey
What: The Infinite Sea (The Fifth Wave #2)

Neal Shusterman
What: UnWholly (Unwind #2)

Malinda Lo
What: Inheritance (Adaptation #2)

Laura Lam
What: Shadowplay (Micah Grey #2)

The authors to watch
I loved something by each of these authors, but it wasn’t necessarily the first in a series.  These are authors I definitely want to watch out for, and I need any and all of their other books!

Natasha Ngan
What I read: The Elites
What I want to read next: The Memory Keepers

Rosamund Hodge
What I read: Cruel Beauty
What I want to read next: Gilded Ashes

Jodi Lynn Anderson
What I read: Tiger Lily
What I want to read next: The Vanishing Season

Which authors are you dying to read more from?

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (#60): Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

  1. Oh yes, I seriously need to read The Treatment and Unwholly! I’m always so nervous about sequels though, to be honest.
    And I also loved Tiger Lily, so I’m keen to try more by her!
    (Did I ever tell you that I liked your new blog?)
    Megz recently posted…TTT: Should I Read More?My Profile

    1. You probably did but I’m quite happy to hear it again 😉

      I know what you mean about sequels; what if the first was better? What if the characters aren’t as likeable in book 2? And I always hate giving up on a series even if I’m not loving it as much anymore (which is what happened with Charlaine Harris for me).

      At least when I read another book by a loved author, I don’t necessarily have such high hopes because it’s not with characters I’ve already fallen in love with etc, and so if I don’t love the book I’m not so disappointed.

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