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Top Ten New to Me Authors I Read in 2012
- J.R.R. Tolkien: Yes, I finally got around to reading The Hobbit! Such a masterpiece :). I can't wait to read The Lord of the Rings, though I am waiting until I have lots of time and patience.
- Scott Westerfeld: OMG OMG OMG The Uglies series is AWESOME, and so I obviously now think Westerfeld is awesome too! Although I don't plan on reading all his books, I do plan on reading Peeps and its sequel. GO TALLY YOUNGBLOOD!
- Suzanne Collins: Since I read the Hunger Games this year, Collins is obviously going to be on my list. The trilogy is so insanely ninjaa, and I especially love Katniss, because I can connect to her so, so, so much! I haven't decided if I'll read her other books. Maybe one day...
- Wendy Mass: A Mango-Shaped Space was a truly intriguing book, with such a deep, captivating message, and so Wendy Mass now has a well-earned spot on my top ten of the year list. I'll definitely read more of her books!
- Maria V. Snyder: Inside Out as well as Outside In were great books that I discovered this year, and I now admire Snyder for her captivating style! She has a number of other books, and I do plan to read at least some of them.
- Jerry Spinelli: Spinelli's books are much different than what I typically read, as they are generally modern realistic. However, his storytelling made me looove Stargirl and its sequel, so I think I'll look into more of his books, though I do know that many are for younger readers, so hopefully I find some that interest me.
- Alyson Noel: Radiance is the only book I have read of hers, but I found it very intriguing, and I am excited to read the next 3 books of this series. The Evermore series also sounds cool, so I'll give that a go sometime too.
- Susan Beth Pfeffer: Life As We Knew It is a fantastic book, for me mainly because of all the questions that were formed. The trilogy explored a thought-provoking topic so deeply, and that made me love it! I haven't looked into any of her other works, but I will definitely consider doing so.
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