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Re: Looking for great books by female authors

Post by cxsimpson »

I love Jodi Picoult. I have also read a few books each by Celeste Ng and Gillian Flynn and really enjoyed those. For more YA/children's books that still are great for adults, I love Lois Lowry.
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I highly recommend Taylor Jenkins Reid, especially The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo!
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âś“The farseer trilogy, liveship traders trilogy, tawny man trilogy and fitz and fool trilogy by Robin Hobb
âś“God of small things by Arundati Roy
âś“Gujarat files by Rana Ayyub
âś“The tenant of wildfell hall by Anne Bronte
âś“The bell jar by sylvia plath
âś“Evelina by Frances burney
âś“And then there were none by Agatha Cristie
âś“The enchanted april by Elizabeth Von Arnim
âś“North and south by Elizabeth Gaskell
âś“Pollyanna by Eleanor Porter
âś“Gone with the wind by Margaret Mitchell
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Post by EmmaZ »

Malorie Blackman has become one of my favourite authors after I recently read Noughts and Crosses by her. I'm also a big fan of Leigh Bardugo, J.K. Rowling and I still enjoy reading anything by Enid Blyton.
Hope this helped!
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Jodi Picoult has written some of the most thought-provoking stories. The Sister’s Keeper... Keeping Faith.
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Post by anannicole2 »

Hello. Maya Angleou's book "I know why the caged bird sings," was a good read for me. :D
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Post by Eriny Youssef »

The Goldfinch and The Secret History by Donna Tartt. (I think you will love those)

Parable of the Talents and Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler.
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Post by Rachael S 1 »

Trudi Cavanan is one of my favorite writers. She typically writes her stories as trilogies and keeps the reader invested throughout the entire series.
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Mary Higgins Clark is the queen of suspense!
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Francine Rivers and Karen Kingsbury are good authors if you like Christian romance.
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Janet Evonovich has been one of my favorites for years! Also, Gabriel Bernstein and Carrie Green are very good. Mel Robbins is another that I love.
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Post by Tamara Abdellatif »

Here for all the great suggestions!
Love this forum :)
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Post by Laura P 2 »

My favorite woman author is Ruta Sepetys. Cannot decide which book of hers I love more Salt to the Sea or The Fountain of Silence. What I love the most about this author is that she writes books based on actual historical events.
I strongly recommend reading those!
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Post by Aly Smith »

Trudi Canavan is one of my favorite authors. She has a couple of trilogies and I have never been disappointed. She is able to build on the suspense and change the entire storyline on you.
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Post by Hussein21 »

Try out Danielle Steel!!! I'm very sure you will fall in love with her
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