Top Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From (76)

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Top Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From

1. Katherine Applegate – The entirety of the Animorphs, EverWorld and Remnants series, plus a handful of stand-alone books.

2. Louise Cooper – the entirety of the Time Master series and its spin-offs, the entire Indigo series, plus a sizeable pile of stand-alone books.

3. David Gemmell – quite a few of the Drenai series books, some from the Stones of Power, the Greek series, the Rigante, The Hawk Queen, Jon Shannow, Troy, and some stand-alones.

4. Anne McCaffrey – A number of the Dragons of Pern book series.

5. Richelle Mead – Vampire Academy series, Bloodlines series, and the VA graphic novels.

6. Jeaniene Frost – The Night Huntress series and spin-offs including Night Prince.

7. Philip Pullman – The His Dark Material series (including spin-offs) and a handful of stand-alones.

8. Maria V Snyder – The Poison trilogy, the Glass trilogy, the Insider duology, the Healer trilogy.

9. CJ Archer – Emily Chambers Spirit Medium trilogy, Freak House #1 trilogy, Freak House #2 trilogy

10. Stephenie Meyer – Twilight series incl Bree Tanner, The Host.



About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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18 thoughts on “Top Ten Authors I Own The Most Books From (76)

  1. Tanya Patrice

    Oh my gosh – you’e reminding me of quite a few authors that I haven’t read anything from in a while, like Richelle Mead and Maria Snyder – love the books I’ve read by them!

    1. Nemo

      It’s been a while since I’ve read a Snyder book – I still have to finish a couple of series, but I’m pretty sure I’ll adore them.

  2. Books and Iced Coffee

    Oh man, I remember reading Katherine Applegate’s Animorphs series back when I was in middle school LOL!!! Brings back memories!!! I have been wanting to read some of Maria V. Snyder’s work for awhile now. I actually own the first book to the Poison Trilogy but have yet to get around to that sooo… yeah…

    Awesome list!!!

    1. Nemo

      Yeah, ti was quite the popular series. I guess I’m lucky in that those books were the only thing I collected as a kid with my pocket money, and my collection’s been complete the whole time.

      Also, I think Maria V Snyder is the bomb. Literally. Love her books so much. She’s like my literary soul mate.

  3. Lucy @ Queen of Contemporary

    Stephenie Meyer is also on my list – it really surprised me because I didn’t think she’d be on there! I’m only on the third Vampire Academy book at the moment, but I can definitely see Richelle Mead being on my list sometime in the future.

    Great to see your picks!

    1. Nemo

      I was a little surprised she was on my list, too, but I do have the whole Twilight series plus The Host, which cut out a lot of authors whose complete trilogies I own. I guess she’s sneaky writing a four (five) part series.

    1. Nemo

      That’d be a great idea, although a lot of them are from my earlier reading days as a teenager, most from before I started blogging.

  4. Jess Gofton

    Maria V. Snyder and Stephenie Meyer made my list, too! 🙂 I remember the Animorphs. 😀 I don’t think I ever owned the books, though.

  5. Enbrethiliel


    It’s cool that you have the entire Animorphs collection. =) I’m trying to get all the Baby-sitters Club books, but since I’m relying entirely on used bookstores, it’s slow going.

    1. Nemo

      Mmmm, I guess it’s cool. Or lame. Whichever. It must be a lot more difficult collecting books once they’re out of print. Good luck!

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