Top Ten Tuesday

Posted 6 December, 2016 by Nikki in General / 6 Comments

This week’s theme is Top Ten New-to-Me Authors I read in 2016. I’m having trouble coming up with anything off the top of my head, but let’s see if Goodreads can help.

  1. Seanan McGuire. Technically not new to me, as I’ve read one of her books written as Mira Grant. But it’s rather different stuff, so nuh. It counts.
  2. Mitch Benn. I don’t know why I never tried Terra when it was first out; I don’t think I even knew much about it, but it was so much fun; I’m glad I finally did pick it up!
  3. Ted Chiang. It took me ages, but I finally got round to reading Story of Your Life & Others, and I loved it.
  4. Hope Mirrlees. So late to the party, I know, but I looooved Lud-in-the-Mist.
  5. Pat Murphy. Again, late to the party, but The Falling Woman was really, really good.
  6. Marie Rutkoski. I did not expect to love The Winner’s Kiss, but it worked well for me.
  7. Gwenda Bond. I’d had some of Bond’s books on my list for ages, but it was Lois Lane: Fallout which I finally read, and definitely enjoyed.
  8. Robert Jackson Bennett. City of Stairs knocked my socks off, and now I’m impatiently waiting for City of Miracles. Soon, please? Please?!
  9. Sylvia Izzo Hunter. I enjoyed The Midnight Queen a lot; I must get round to reading the sequels.
  10. Elizabeth Hand. Wylding Hall was a super well-crafted novel; I should check out other books by Hand.

Most of these, I’ve only read one book, so there’s plenty to discover ahead of me!

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6 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday”

  1. I’d say it counts if you read a book by an alias of an author…you can always pretend you didn’t know until after you wrote the list! It took me all afternoon to find out who I read this year for the first time…thank you Goodreads!
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  2. That’s true, even though Seanan McGuire and Mira Grant are the same person, the stuff she publishes under the two different names are so different! I can’t stand her Grant stuff, for example, but I’ve enjoyed her UF pubbed under her real name.

    • I forget if I’ve ever read your opinions on Feed? I quite liked it, but for sure it’s different. I daren’t try the ones with the parasites…

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