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This was a really fun one to do, because I was able to actually figure out who I've read the most from. I was sorta surprised by what I discovered.
10. Brandon Sanderson (5.5)
I only nearly all of his books, but I've only finished five of them. I am currently reading Way of Kings, so I'm counting it as 5 and a half books read.
9. Richelle Mead (7)
I've read the entirety of the Vampire Academy series and the first in the Bloodlines series. I've actually reread the first two books three times each, and books three through five twice each.
8. JK Rowling (7)
I've read the Harry Potter series but still haven't moved on to her other books.
7. Rachel Caine (8)
I love her writing so much. I've read the first eight books in the Morganville Vampires series (I really need to finish this lovely series).
6. Maggie Stiefvater (8)
I've read the Wolves of Mercy Falls Trilogy (still haven't gotten to Sinner, though), the Scorpio Races, Lament and Ballad, and the first two books in the Raven Cycle. She's just a queen of writing.
5. Jim Butcher (8)
I love the Dresden Files and I'm eagerly waiting for Cinder Spires. Still haven't begin his Codex Alera series since I've heard mixed reviews.
4. Michael J Sullivan (8)
One of my all time favorite authors. The only thing I haven't read by him is his non-Riyria book, which I do own. Just haven't been in the mood for it yet. Fun fact- I own three copies of Theft of Swords.
3. Cassandra Clare (11)
I've read and loved The Mortal Instruments and Infernal Devices. I recently read the Shadowhunters Codex, but still haven't gotten to the Bane Chronicles. I also haven't been reading Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy since I'm waiting for the nice bind up to come out. I've also read the Iron Trial (which I almost forgot as I was writing this post).
2. Julie Kagawa (11)
Her Iron Fey series is one of my favorites. I've also read her vampire series, and the first in her dragon series, though I'm not super crazy about the latter.
1. Rick Riordan (11.5)
I was rather surprised to see him at the top! But I really shouldn't be. I've read the Percy Jackson series and the Heroes of Olympus series in their entirety. I've also read the first in the Kane Chronicles and am halfway through the second as I write this post.
So who's on your list this week? Eager to see what other people are putting!