A – Z by Author

Listed in alphabetical order by author’s surname:

A
Kelley Armstrong – Bitten (The Women of the Otherworld series – Book 1)
Kelley Armstrong – The Darkness Rising Trilogy – Books 1-3
Jane Austen – Pride & Prejudice
Jane Austen – Emma

B
Holly Bourne – The Manifesto on How to be Interesting
Holly Bourne – Am I Normal Yet?
Ray Bradbury – Fahrenheit 451
Libba Bray – The Diviners (Diviners – Book 1)
Libba Bray – Lair of Dreams (Diviners – Book 2)
Kevin Brooks – Martyn Pig
Seraphima Bogomolova – My Trickster
James Bowen – A Street Cat Named Bob

C
Meg Cabot – Abandon (The Abandon Trilogy – Book 1)
Meg Cabot – The Guy Next Door (Boy trilogy – Book 1)
Susan Cain – Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking.
Trudi Canavan – The Ambassador’s Mission (The Traitor Spy Trilogy – Book 1)
Trudi Canavan – The Rogue (The Traitor Spy Trilogy – Book 2)
Trudi Canavan – The Traitor Queen (The Traitor Spy Trilogy – Book 3)
Trudi Canavan – Thief’s Magic (Millennium’s Rule Trilogy – Book 1)
Trudi Canavan – Angel of Storms (Millennium’s Rule Trilogy – Book 2)
Michael Cargill – Shades of Grey
Michael Cargill – Underneath
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Dragon’s Oath (A House of Night Novella #1)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Lenobia’s Vow (A House of Night Novella #2)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Neferet’s Curse (A House of Night Novella #3)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Kalona’s Fall (A House of Night Novella #4)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Destined (House of Night – Book 9)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Hidden (House of Night – Book 10)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Revealed (House of Night – Book 11)
P.C. and Kristin Cast – Redeemed (House of Night – Book 12)
Elizabeth Chandler – Kissed by an Angel (Kissed by an Angel – Book 1-3)
Elizabeth Chandler – Evercrossed (Kissed by an Angel – Book 4)
Elizabeth Chandler – Everlasting (Kissed by an Angel – Book 5)
Elizabeth Chandler – Everafter (Kissed by an Angel – Book 6)
Charlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre
Stephen Chbosky – The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Lee Child – Killing Floor (Jack Reacher – Book 1)
Lee Child – Die Trying (Jack Reacher – Book 2)
Rachel Cohn & David Levithan – Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares
Suzanne Collins – The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games Trilogy – Book 1)
Suzanne Collins – Catching Fire (The Hunger Games Trilogy – Book 2)
Suzanne Collins – Mockingjay (The Hunger Games Trilogy – Book 3)
Ally Condie – Matched  (Matched Trilogy – Book 1)

D
James Dashner – The Maze Runner (Maze Runner – Book 1)
James Dashner – The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner – Book 2)
James Dashner – The Death Cure (Maze Runner – Book 3)
Sarah Dessen – Along for the Ride
Sarah Dessen – Dreamland
Sarah Dessen – Just Listen
Sarah Dessen – Lock and Key
Charles Dickens – Great Expectations
Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens – A Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens – David Copperfield
Hilary Duff – Devoted (Elixir series – Book 2)

E

F
F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby
Becca Fitzpatrick – Hush Hush (Hush Hush – Book 1)
Becca Fitzpatrick – Crescendo (Hush Hush – Book 2)
Becca Fitzpatrick – Silence (Hush Hush – Book 3)
Becca Fitzpatrick – Finale (Hush Hush – Book 4)
John Fowles – The Collector

G
Neil Gaiman – Stardust
Grimm Brothers – The Complete Fairytales
Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl – Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles – Book 1)
Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl – Beautiful Darkness (Caster Chronicles – Book 2)
John Green – The Fault in Our Stars

H

I
Washington Irving – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories

J

K
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart New York (I Heart Series – Book 1)
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart Hollywood (I Heart Series – Book 2)
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart Paris (I Heart Series – Book 3)
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart Vegas (I Heart Series – Book 4)
Lindsey Kelk – I Heart London (I Heart Series – Book 5)
Jesse Kellerman – The Brutal Art
Stephen King – On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
Stephen King – It
Elizabeth Kostova – The Historian

L
Stieg Larsson – The Girl Who Played With Fire (Millennium series – Book 2)
Stieg Larsson – The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets’ Nest (Millennium series – Book 3)
Stephen Lawhead – Hood (King Raven Trilogy – Book 1)
Harper Lee – To Kill a Mockingbird
Harper Lee – Go Set a Watchman
Pittacus Lore – I Am Number Four (Lorien Legacies – Book 1)


M
George R.R. Martin – A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire – Book 1)
George R.R. Martin – A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire – Book 2)
George R.R. Martin – A Storm of Swords: Steel and Snow (A Song of Ice and Fire – Book 3)
George R.R. Martin – A Storm of Swords: Blood and Gold (A Song of Ice and Fire – Book 3.2)
George R.R. Martin – A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire – Book 4)
George R.R. Martin – A Dance with Dragons: Dreams and Dust – Book 5)
Sarah J. Maas – Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass – Book 1)
Ian McEwan – Atonement
Jojo Moyes – Me Before You

N
Jandy Nelson – The Sky is Everywhere
Patrick Ness – A Monster Calls
Jennifer Niven – All the Bright Places

O

P
Christopher Paolini – Eragon (Inheritance Cycle – Book 1)
Christopher Paolini – Eldest (Inheritance Cycle – Book 2)
Christopher Paolini – Brisingr (Inheritance Cycle – Book 3)
Christopher Paolini – Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle – Book 4)
Jodi Picoult – House Rules
Phillip Pullman – The Butterfly Tattoo 
Non Pratt – Trouble
Non Pratt – Remix
 

Q
Matthew Quick – The Silver Linings Playbook

R
Beth Revis – Across the Universe (Across the Universe trilogy – Book 1)
Meg Rosoff – Picture Me Gone
J.K. Rowling – The Casual Vacancy 
Veronica Roth – Divergent (Divergent – Book 1)
Veronica Roth – Insurgent (Divergent – Book 2)
Veronica Roth – Allegiant (Divergent – Book 3)
Rainbow Rowell – Fangirl

S
J.D. Salinger – The Catcher in the Rye
Alice Sebold – The Lovely Bones
Samantha Shannon – The Bone Season (The Bone Season – Book 1)
Samantha Shannon – The Mime Order (The Bone Season – Book 1)
Alex Shearer – The Stolen
L.J Smith (inspired) – Origins (Stefan’s Diaries series – Book 1)
Kathryn Stockett – The Help
Bram Stoker – Dracula
William L. Stuart – The Gemstone Chronicles: The Carnelian (The Gemstone Chronicles – Book 1)

T
Tony Talbot – Eight Mile Island
Angie Thomas – The Hate U Give
Cate Tiernan – Book of Shadows (Sweep/Wicca Series – Book 1)

U

V

W
Katherine Webber – Wing Jones
E.B. White – Stuart Little
E.B. White and Stunk Jr – The Elements of Style
Oscar Wilde – The Picture of Dorian Gray
Lisa Williamson – The Art of Being Normal

X

Y

Z

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11 thoughts on “A – Z by Author

    • Hiya 🙂 I’m not too bad thanks, although I’m quite stressed at the moment, I’m doing my final ALevel exams cramming session for the next few weeks haha, so that’s why the blogs been a bit stagnant lately. How are you?

      No…I haven’t but I think I recognise the name….I may have come across it on some other blogs. What’s it about? I’m always up for book recommendations! 🙂

      P.S. Maybe you should do a book review when you’ve finished it. 😉 x

      • Oh wow! I remember doing A levels! really stressful! how many subjects do you do? I’m okay thanks, been a bit hectic with uni and lots of other things going on but it seems to be all looking up now which is nice 🙂
        It’s a dystopian novel about a society where they see love as a drug and as soon as you hit 18 you undergo a procedure to get ‘cured’. And it’s all about this girl who wants to get cured but then meets someone and kind of goes against everything. It’s really good, and the author’s writing and technique is absolutely great! I’d definitely say read it if you like The Hunger Games kind of thing.
        Haha, yeah I’m going to, I’ve just finished writing a book club catch up post with that in which I’m going to post tomorrow so I’ll let you know 🙂 xx

      • I do three. I also did an AS as well but I dropped that.

        Haha cool, I suppose it’s quite a while back now for you. 🙂
        Ahh I can just imagine, if ALevel is this stressful I have no idea how people survive University! Gulp.

        Oooh that sounds awesome! Love seen as a drug…hold on a minute, I feel a Kei$ha song coming on haha….
        I loved The Hunger Games and the concept of this one sounds excellent, I will have to check it out!

  1. Hi Becky! Wow! You’ve reviewed a great number of books! That’s amazing!!! 😀 I see The Hunger Games up there:p 😀 I’ve yet to read Catching Fire and Mockingjay! 🙂

    • Hi! 🙂 Haha thanks, I guess it is starting to build. I remember when I first started it seemed like I would never fill it up! All the links looked so alienated and lonley. 😛
      Ohhh you’ve definitely got to get reading Catching Fire and Mockingjay!! I loved them, the whole series is great. 🙂

      Thanks for commenting!

  2. If you like Fantasy/Magic type novels I would definitely recommend The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss. They are an epic fantasy style series and much better than A Song of Ice and Fire in my opinion. The author def does not get enough credit for these books!

    • Hi Christine, thank you so much for the recommendation! I’m always looking for great fantasy books. It’s my favourite genre but I’ve been reading a lot of YA lately and want to get back into it this year. 🙂 I will definitely check this series out. I’m loving A Song of Ice and Fire at the moment but I’m sure these will be good too.

      Thanks for reading and commenting. 🙂 Do you have a blog, Christine?

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