Favorite Books by Male Authors

This is a meme hosted by Ally from Ally Writes Things where we write about a different topic every two weeks. This week’s topic is favorite books by male authors.

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Anything and everything by Rick Riordan. I literally love all his books I cannot pick one. In my eyes everything he writes is perfect. His novels have everything adventure, love, friendship, drama I just really enjoy them even though I’m well past the reading age. (sorrynotsorry)

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Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. I really enjoyed this series I think the first and the last book are my favorites in the series. Sanderson’s world building is incredible and surprisingly easy to understand, I definitely look forward to picking up other books by him.

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman. I think Neil Gaiman has one of the most beautiful writing styles I’ve ever read. I remember when I was reading this book, I had to stop every so often and appreciate his writing. Definitely, one of my favorite books and I can’t wait to read his other books.

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The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. This was the first adult fantasy book I read, and I have to say I was COMPLETELY absorbed by the story, the characters, the world, I could not put this book down. I’m still waiting for the last book in the series even though It’s been 10 YEARS, but you know, it’s fine!… I’m FINE!

While doing this tag, I realized I don’t read that many male authors, not because I avoid them or anything. On the contrary, I have to admit that the few male authors I do read have an especial place in my heart, because all of their books have managed to make it to my favorites of all time.

Thank you for reading!

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