(yeah, I'm mean like that! You could narrow it down to a genre if you it REALLY kills you...or just make your list a top 20 :P )
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Well this is a little unfair, I'll see what I can do. Hopefully I wont have to leave any out.
(Oh geez, here it goes)
I will sing praises until the end of time for her books. Her writing is so magical and paints such a beautiful picture in my brain space, I love her and her gorgeous pink hair. I have only read her Daughter of Smoke & Bone trilogy but I want to read more of her work and I can't wait to read what she creates next.
She became a quick favorite. I read the novellas to her Throne of Glass series before starting the series. They were really cheap and those 4 novellas really drew me into the world and made me want to read more. I am so looking forward to the books she has coming out this year.
I have read almost everything this woman has written, and I love all of it. I can't get enough of her writing and her characters, she is like a wizard with how fast she is able to write and create stories.
Even though I have only read her Harry Potter series, she has to go on the list. I was late to reading Harry Potter (High school, the first two movies were already out by then) and when I finally did I fell into the world so hard I became quite the HP nerd, going as far to writing fan fiction.
Falling Kingdoms is such a great series, and her characters are amazing, not to mention the world building. I am so excited for the next book in her series, I can barely stand it, then there's her spin-off series. I can't wait.
When I stumbled onto her Fall Away series, I assumed it was going to be a pretty cookie cutter, easy quick read that I'd enjoy but in the long run it would fall to the back of my mind. Boy was I wrong. It is amazing, and the final book just came out so I am also sad. But I look forward to reading more of her work in the future.
After binge reading the first two books in her Legend trilogy, then crying, followed by being in shock that I had to wait to read the final book. Then when I read it and cried some more and had an internal panic attack during one part of it. I knew she was going to be a favorite, (also we have the same first name, to me that's pretty awesome.)
Another author that I have read most of their books, and can't get enough. While her books often run close to pretty cliche topics, I can't help but not care and devour each of her books. Her YA paranormal trilogy (Existence) was the first of her books I read, while it could have used some polishing, I still love it and it lead me to read her Sea Breeze series, then her Rosemary Beach series. Both series I absolutely love and I am really excited to read more of her books. (She writes mostly New Adult series)
I was also late to the party when it came to reading her books, but I got there. Across the Universe took me on a ride through the Galaxies, and then I read the Body Electric. Her writing has this almost flawlessness to it that sets it apart from other YA authors. I have a couple of her other short stories, I can't wait to see what she gives next. (I've been saying that a lot.. but it's true)
The characters and the world she created for her Lunar Chronicles books, are so well done, and interesting, that I kept forgetting that they are a fairy tale retelling when reading her books.
I haven't read many of her books, just the two stand-alone ones she has out; those two books were so amazing and were written so well, that I have to add her.
Her books made me cry... that is a feat. Hopeless was the first book by her that I read, and it brought me to tears, and then more tears when I read Losing Hope.
The writing in Shatter Me was so different from anything I have read, even still. I am really looking forward to reading more of her work.
I know there are some people out there that are a little fed up with her writing Shadowhunter books, but I personally love them and I am eager to read more. Who would say 'No' to more Magnus Bane?
Her books can be a little hit or miss, I've read a few books by her, and I loved about 60% of the ones I've read. It seems she does better when not writing Paranormal Romance books, her Contemporary Romance books are really amazing. The ones that I've read that were a little bit of a miss, it was just small things that could have made the book amazing.
(I had more but I thought I should stop...)