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TTT: Authors I Own The Most Books From

This week's TTT topic: Authors I Own the Most Books From

FUN TOPIC!  I can't wait to see other people's posts. Here are mine with favorite from each collection:

Diana Wynne Jones Total: 19

C.S. Lewis Total: 18

N.D. Wilson Total: 10

J.K. Rowling Total: 10

Laura Florand Total: 9

Jane Austen Total: 7

Dorothy Sayers Total: 7

R.J. Anderson Total: 7

Elizabeth Wein Total: 6

Sarah Prineas Total: 6

Whose books do you own the most of?


Anonymous said…
Heh, we have the same #1! I actually don't own very much Lewis, since I let my sister keep our Narnia set.
Kristen said…
Wow! I didn't even know some of these authors had that many books. I need to read more of Diana Wynne Jones' books.
Anonymous said…
Wow, what are the 18 C.S. Lewis books?? Do you have multiples?
Enbrethiliel said…

Diana Wynne Jones is an author I wish were on my list, too. I loved the first four Chrestomanci books, and I'm really not sure why I didn't continue reading the rest of her novels.

Our lists do have C.S. Lewis in common . . . thanks to The Chronicles of Narnia giving him an automatic edge! =P
Brenda said…
Wow, those are quite a few books in a series. I'm wondering about the C.S. Lewis books too. My biggest is J.K. Rowlings, mostly because I purchased the box set with the new covers illustrated by Kazu Kibuish.
Brandy said…
Long live DWJ!!!!
Brandy said…
She has tons more I still haven't read or own. She was prolific!
Brandy said…
I don't have any multiples.

They are:
Narnia 1-7
Out of the Silent Planet
That Hideous Strength
Till We Have Faces
Mere Christianity
The Screwtape Letters
The Great Divorce
The Four Loves
The Abolition of Man
The Pilgrim's Regress
The Problem of Pain
Brandy said…
Oh you should definitely read the rest of DWJ beginning with the two Chrestomanci books you haven't read yet. Love that series!
Brandy said…
I have that set of HP books too! My daughter has the original hardcover set, but I wasn't counting the books that belong just to her.

I listed the Lewis book's I own in the comment reply to Kate above. No multiples there either. :)
Anonymous said…
I really need to read more Diana Wynne Jones. I feel like my magical/fantasy reading is really deficient! I'd love to know more about Elizabeth Wein's books. I loved Code Name Verity and Rose Under Fire, but haven't read her earlier works at all. Nice list!
Brandy said…
Wein's early stuff is great too. Where else are you going to find Ancient Ethiopian historical fiction? It has all the intrigue and emotion of CNV and Rose too.
Alexa said…
Bonus points to you for showing off book 5 of HP for Rowling. That is my favorite book by her and in that series.
Great list!
Unknown said…
Oh look, tons of amazing authors I still need to read! Sigh. (Somedaaaaaaaay...)
Brandy said…
Book 5 is my favorite too! I love how despite V's return at end of book 4, Rowling made this about typical villainy we see every day in real life.
Brandy said…

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