The Authors’ Booklist

For all you fellow booknerds, here’s a list of our favorite books. Got suggestions or comments? Leave us a comment!

Blood and Chocolate–Annette Curtis Klause ***NOTE: If you saw the movie and didn’t like it, please give the book a chance! It’s a million times better. Imagine if you had only seen Twilight and never read the books…

A Great and Terrible Beauty (Book 1-The Gemma Doyle Trilogy)–Libba Bray

Rebel Angels (Book 2-The Gemma Doyle Trilogy)–Libba Bray

The Sweet Far Thing (Book 3-The Gemma Doyle Trilogy)–Libba Bray

Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell–Susanna Clarke

The Harry Potter Series (of course)–J.K. Rowling

Pride and Predjudice, Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Emma, Lady Susan–Jane Austen

The Fountainhead, Anthem, Atlast Shrugged, We the People–Ayn Rand

Redeeming Love–Francine Rivers

Wuthering Heights–Emily Bronte

Jane Eyre–Charlotte Bronte

Stargirl–Jerry Spinelli

Stardust–Neil Gaiman

The Uglies series–Scott Westerfield

Blue Bloods–Melissa De La Cruz

Anything by Sarah Dessen

The Lovely Bones–Alice Sebold

Cyrano de Bergerac–Edmond Rostand

I am the Cheese–Robert Cormier

Wicked–Gregory Maguire

Be More Chill–Ned Vizini

Cold Sassy Tree–Olive Anne Burns

The Great Gatsby–F. Scott Fitzgerald

A Wrinkle In Time–Madeleine L’Engle

The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons–Dan Brown

A Tale of Two Cities–Charles Dickens

The Awakening–Kate Chopin

Crushed–Laura and Tom McNeal

Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist–Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath–Cornelia Funke

Tess of the D’Urbervilles–Thomas Hardy

Gone With the Wind–Margaret Mitchell

The Atonement Child–Francine Rivers

That Thing About Jane Spring–Sharon Krum

If you’re looking for books to read, movies to watch, or music to listen to, this one next is a great site where you can enter your favorites and get suggestions.

2 responses to “The Authors’ Booklist

  1. I found your site on google and was SOOO excited! But this sucks…

  2. Reading Sense and sensibility so far it’s pretty good!

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