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Best Authors

I’ve created two distinctions of my ‘Best Authors’. First is a listing of Promising Authors, reflecting those authors who I have read one of two books that I have quite enjoyed. This is quite a large list, as I find myself very rarely disenchanted by an author. The titles listed below the authors are those books that I have read by them. The second is a listing of Complete the List Authors, these being the novelists behind two or more books that I have thoroughly, thoroughly enjoyed – perhaps even inspired me. This is a mostly small list – reflecting, rather than my high standards, my interest in trying new authors out. There are few authors who I have devoted several novels to, and several more that I hope to do so in the near future. The full list of published works is provided for each CTL Author, with those which are crossed out being the works that I have thus far read.

Promising Authors

Complete the List Authors
  • Leonard Cohen
    • Beautiful Losers
    • The Favourite Game
  • Cormac McCarthy
    • The Orchard Keeper
    • Outer Dark
    • Child of God
    • Suttree
    • Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West
    • All the Pretty Horses
    • The Crossing
    • Cities of the Plain
    • No Country for Old Men
    • The Road
  • Margaret Atwood
    • The Edible Woman
    • Surfacing
    • Lady Oracle
    • Life Before Man
    • The Handmaid’s Tale
    • Cat’s Eye
    • The Robber Bride
    • Alias Grace
    • The Blind Assassin
    • Oryx and Crake
    • The Penelopiad
    • The Year of the Flood
  • Anne Michaels
    • Fugitive Pieces
    • The Winter Vault
  • Timothy Findley
    • The Last of the Crazy People
    • The Butterfly Plague
    • The Wars
    • Famous Last Words
    • Not Wanted on the Voyage
    • The Telling of Lies
    • Headhunter
    • The Piano Man’s Daughter
    • You Went Away
    • Pilgrim
    • Spadeword
  • Jonathan Safran Foer
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