Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten… Newly Read Authors 2015


Top Ten TuesdayWelcome to Top Ten Tuesday – a weekly feature hosted by those lovely bookworms over at The Broke and the Bookish. Expect a new top ten list every week!


| Top Ten… Newly Read Authors 2015 |

For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, we’re taking a look at some of my favourite newly read authors of 2015. From debut authors published in recent years to firmly established literary masters with a huge repertoire to their name, these are the writers whose work has crept to the top of my reading pile. In no particular order, here are ten of my favourites:

| 1. |

Michael J. Sullivan

with Theft of Swords

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| 2. |

Becky Chambers

with The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet

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| 3. |

Brent Weeks

with The Way of Shadows

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| 4. |

Pierce Brown

with Red Rising

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| 5. |

Bernard Cornwell

with Azincourt

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| 6. |

Victoria Schwab

with A Darker Shade of Magic and Vicious

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| 7. |

Helen Lowe

with The Heir of Night and The Gathering of the Lost

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| 8. |

Anthony Ryan

with Blood Song

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| 9. |

David Gemmell

with Morningstar and Knights of Dark Renown

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| 10. |

Kim Stanley Robinson

with Red Mars

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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten… Newly Read Authors 2015

  1. I’m glad to see you enjoyed the V. E. Schwab books! I picked up copies of both this year, but haven’t started either one yet. Thanks for the reminder that I need to get to them!

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  2. I sadly haven’t read any of these authors. I am currently watching the BBC’s great new series The Last Kingdom which is based on Bernard Cornwell’s novels – so I would be tempted to read his work.

    As for me I have read new fantasy novels by Cheryl Mahoney and fascinating historical non-fiction by Susan Doran. Plus I have read some classics for the first time by Frances Hodgson Burnett and Edith Nesbit.

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    1. I definitely want to read more Bernard Cornwell! And I must watch The Last Kingdom!

      Some great ones on your list too! FHB and Edith Nesbit are definitely some of my favourites from childhood. I must re-read!

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  3. Becky Chambers would definitely be on my top 10 list! I’m just about to crack open Red Rising so I hope lots of awesomeness is in store. Also, am curious about V. E. Schwab. I think I’m going to go ahead and order Vicious, now… whoohoo great reading ahead!

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