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Hall of Fame

THE BEST BOOKS
VOTED BY 1000s AUTHORS

1

Teen & Young Adult

Harry Potter, JK Rowling

While reading Harry Potter books I always feel I'm right there in the center of the action.
Soma Kar, author of The Old House By The Woods

Join Harry, Hermione and Ron on the adventure of a lifetime as they grow from child to accomplished Wizards, studyig at the legendary Hogwarts, encountering a range of lovable, and not-so-lovable fantastical creatures along the way.

2

Fantasy

The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien

Uncomparable imagination and world-building.
Peter Servidio, author of The Deliverance

The world is so richly described and the characters are so lovable and endearing.
Josh Roberts, author of Clawing Free

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3

Literary Fiction

Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

It features a heroine who stands her ground against society's rules and overwhelming odds.
Kate Harriet, author of A Christmas Romance with the Earl

This was probably the first book I ever loved enough to reread. The love story is classic.
Lauryn Dyan, author of Hollow Stars

Pride and Prejudice is the classic love story, that has inspired many and led to numerous modern-day spin-offs.  It features the wonderfully warm character of Elizabeth Bennett,  and the seemingly cold Mr. Darcy, who gradually warms up into one of the most loving, manly and kind male characters ever to grace the bookshelf.

4

Science Fiction

The Martian Chronicles, Ray Bradbury

It transports us back to a more innocent time, where rockets were the future and taking one to Mars seemed as easy as going to the corner store.--yet despite its ease of access, Mars never loses its mystery.
Brenda Barnes-Clark, author of The Runaways: A Billie Rose Tackett Horse Adventure

An outstanding example of a series of short stories building into a powerful and innovative novel.
Seb Kirby, author of Take No More

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5

Fantasy

Going Postal, Terry Pratchett

Gut-splitting fantasy satire by the master.
John Gorman, author of The Acolyte And The Amulet

Follow Moist Von Lipwig on a death-defying journey into becoming the head of the post-office, inventing the postage stamp and competing against the Grand Trunk Clacks Line  (an advanced method of sending messages using light semaphores).  A hilarious adventure sure to ignite the imagination.

6

Thriller & Suspense

L.A. Requiem, Robert Crais

I love the vivid characterizations of leads Elvis Cole and Joe Pike.
David DeLee, author of First Impressions

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7

Science Fiction

Dune, Frank Herbert

I’m blow away by the scale of the universe and enjoy the complexities of the multi character storyline. Also, the villains are fantastic.
D. R. Hurley, author of The children of Zion

The scope, the adventure, the worlds, the plotting, the characters... everything.
David LaPiana, author of The Seeds of Akara

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8

Science Fiction

The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress, Robert Heinlein

A terrific book that tells a dramatic and growing story.
J. T. Skye, author of Apocalypse Earth: The Aliens Arrive

It did a fantastuc job of building a fantastic and believable set of characters.
J. T. Skye, author of Warrior Elite: Tor Benet - Sci Fi Military Space Opera & Alien Conquest (Trigellian Universe - Warrior Series Book 4)

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9

Inspirational

The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho

It’s a beautiful story about following your dreams—even when it doesn’t make sense to everyone else, even to yourself.
Sara Stepa, author of Choosing Fulfillment Is Scary AF: Get Unstuck and Change the Life You Have into the Life You Want

Its my favorite for the life lessons it offers and specially its end is very good.
Sheetal Sisodiya, author of Get up once more

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10

Horror

The Shining, Stephen King

I read it once a year and it still frightens me to death!
E W Grant, author of Little White Bones

A captivating masterpiece.
Christos Evangelou, author of COVID-19: THE INS AND OUTS OF THE PANDEMIC

The book is so much more engaging than the movie, you are terrified to turn the pages and put the book down.
Tim Zak, author of The Pony that Hates Macaroni!

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11

Literary Fiction

Catch 22, Joseph Heller

Marvellous humour. I read it on a Bali beach in 1980 and got the humour bug.
John Martin, author of Lie of the Tiger

There's no book that combines rawness and humor quite like this. As close to a perfect as a book can get.
Dan Ymas, author of The Nights We Won't Forget

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12

Literary Fiction

The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas

It is some of the best writing ever and one of the greatest stories ever told.
William C. Attaway, author of Catalytic Leadership: 12 Keys To Becoming An Intentional Leader Who Makes A Difference

The book lays bare various human conditions and beautifully displays the need for forgiveness. I fell in love with Edward Dantes in high school and love him still. Shh. Don't tell my husband.
T L Harty, author of Museum Underground

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13

Fantasy

Legend, David Gemmell

Picked this book up in my local library when I was in my teens and it opened the doors into the world of fantasy
Alex Robins, author of The Broken Heart of Arelium

It's David Gemmell's best work
Joe Vasicek, author of Bringing Stella Home

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14

Inspirational

The Success Principles, Jack Canfield

Great Leadership stories
Aditi Agarwal, author of Lead The Right Way: How to Lead With Empathy, Agility, and Resilience to Drive Sustainable Results in Turbulent Times

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15

Fantasy

The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien

Its where it all began for me.
Kaylen Fletcher, author of Distant Thunder

He creates new lands, and new worlds and they are so involved and vast.
Tony urso, author of Imen of Atlantis

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16

Horror

The Stand, Stephen King

The characters drive the story. You watch how each of them deals with the coming of the end of the world.
Robert Sanborn, author of In Your Dreams: Book 1 - League of the Moon Series

I like the message of the book. You must make your stand against evil.
David Donaghe, author of The House on Maple Street

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17

Fantasy

The Fablehaven Series, Brandon Mull

The building of his world is fascinatingly thought out!
Josh Boucher, author of My Fanged Screams

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18

Science Fiction

The Sirens of Titan, Kurt Vonnegut

It knocked my socks off!
John Gorman, author of Quest For the Hope Box

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19

Fantasy

The Light Fantastic, Terry Pratchett

It showed me that fantasy fiction could be more fun than chomping through a tub of popcorn.
John Gorman, author of Quest For the Hope Box

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20

Teen & Young Adult

Homeland, R.A. Salvatore

A lesson on not judging people by the color of their skin.
Scott W. Kimak, author of I call him HIM

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21

Comedy/Humor

The Humans, Matt Haig

He's so incredibly kind and this title really explores what it means to embrace life.
P. L. Tavormina, author of Aerovoyant: The Industrial Age, Volume One

Haig gets straight to the meat of what it means to be human. Our foibles, our best intentions, our effort. He does it by using aliens, and his writing makes it all feel so real.
P. L. Tavormina, author of Telomeric: The Industrial Age, Volume Two

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22

Fantasy

Uprooted, Naomi Novik

I really love the atmosphere of this book.
Holly Rose, author of Ashes of Aether

It was set in a different fantasy world from normal and explored Polish folklore which I really enjoyed. I liked the main character and the narrative style.
Margot de Klerk, author of Wicked Magic

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23

Science Fiction

Kindred, Octavia Butler

This title blurs history, societal comment, and a flair of magic to convey deep truths of human relationship and psychology
P. L. Tavormina, author of Aerovoyant: The Industrial Age, Volume One

Inventive and well written, Butler knows how to keep the reader engrossed in a story.
Sibylla Nash, author of Bumped

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24

Science Fiction

Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury

It has stayed with me all my life.
Fearghus Heatley, author of A Sky of Engines

A Bradbury classic of how repressed speech and government interference in everyday life can transform the world into a very, very dark place.
Dr. Joseph Daniel Di Lella, author of The Tao of Star Trek: Finding Your Inner Self Through Outer Space

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25

Non-Fiction

How to Change your Mind, Michael Pollan

It covers a very interesting topic.
Aisha Summers, author of Food for your Brain

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