Which author consistently writes the best books?Which author consistently writes the best books ?? John #questionnaire
Karen Marie Moning
Many contenders for this but one is Kazuo Ishiguro, consistently fascinating and absorbing.
Patricia Briggs and James Patterson
Ann Rule, John Grisham,Anne Tyler
Kristan Hannah, Lisa Wingate
B.A Paris, Kristen Hannah, Karen Harper and Jennifer Armentrout
Stephen King has way more hits than misses.
Rita mae brown johana fluke
Michael Connelly. Jim Butcher.
James Patterson, David Baldacci, Harlen Coben
I can vouch for Baldacci and Coben. Also Ronie Kendig. I’ve yet to read anything from those 3 that I didn’t like.
I forgot John Grisham.
Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb, and also Linwood Barclay
John Sandford & David Baldacci,
Micheal J Sullivan hands down. Every book is exactly the same high quality stuff as the ones before it. It’s amazing really. The guy is a never ending well of great fantasy
Stephen King and Jonathan Kellerman
Yes on both!!
Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Darynda Jones, JD Robb,
B. A Paris & Ruth Ware
David pelzer, cathy glass
Kristen Hannah…love everything I’ve read of hers.
Colleen Hoover, B.A. Paris, Ruth Ware
Barbara Kingsolver, Ken Follett, Elizabeth Strout, Alice McDermott, Elizabeth Berg, Wiley Cash, Gail Godwin, Anne Tyler, Lee Smith (So sorry — once I got started I couldn’t find a stopping place!?)
Jodi Picoult, Diana Gabaldon, Margaret Atwood
Rick Riordan (I love mythology)
Elizabeth Berg and Erica James
Alice Oseman and Rick Riordan
Diana Gabaldon. She takes her damn time, that’s for sure. ??
Love her too!
Kristin Hannah, Diana gabaldon
Writing duo: Douglas Preston & Lincoln Childs with their Agent Pendergast series. Started with “The Relic” (made into a movie). “City of Endless Night” is #18. They don’t disappoint ! No relation ~ just a fan !
Victoria Schwab ❤
John Green. ???✌
V. E. Schwab!!
Kristin hannah, Jodi picoult, Nora Roberts, John green. There are others but these ones haven’t disappointed me or anyone else they were recommended too?
Can’t think of one. All my favorite authors have at least 1 book I didn’t like. Nobody is perfect.
Cassandra Clare <3
lesley pearse diana gabaldon
Daniel Woodrell and/or Jenny Erpenbeck – no duds so far!
Sue townsend…until she passed..
Bernard Cornwall, Pat Conroy, Elizabeth Chadwick and Sharon Kay Penman.
Joyce Carol Oates. Anne Tyler. Anita Shreve. Stephen king.
I have never read any of the above posted authors. hhahahaa
@Hugh I don’t like any of them. lol
how do you know you don’t like any of them ?
Kristin Hannah, John Sandford and Elizabeth George
Philip Roth. One home run after the other. He’ll be missed
Taylor Jenkins Reid
Did you read the story teller it was awful
The storyteller is a great book!
@Mandy I love ragdolls but I thought it was very poor
Try again she’s died
I don’t think her death matters. She was a great and prolific author
@Tiffany the way the question is asked it actually is. Which author
“consistently ” writes the best books
She consistently wrote the best books when she was alive ?. Think how awesome she was when it was still a huge struggle to publish under a female name
Me!!! Lol tongue in cheek
I do like Stephen Leather books.
Kurt Vonnugut, Charles Dickens
I never read a Murakami I didn’t like
Greg Iles, Margaret Atwood, Preston and Child, Ray Bradbury
True, Except for And The Mountain Echoed…
John Irving, Pat Conroy (RIP)
Alexander McCall Smith, @Leta, John Irving, Anne Beattie, Ruth Ware, Liang Moriarty, Jane Harper, Jodi Picoult, Christina Baker Kline, Julian Barnes, Laurie Colwin, Fanny Flagg, Sue Monk Kidd, Stephen King, Anne Lamott, Frances Mayes, Roland Merullo, Ruth Reichl, Elizabeth Strout, @Shellie, Anita Shreve, Ian McEwan, William Styron, Erma Bombeck, John Steinbeck
Bless you for mentioning me. I’m humbled to be in such exalted company.
Linda lael miller
James Patterso , John Sanford
Jodi Picoult, Colleen Hoover, Liane Moriarty, Kristin Hannah
Kate Atkinson, Ian McEwan, Julian Barnes, AS Byatt and Philip Pullman would be my top 5 living authors.
Victoria (V.E.Schwab) and Neil Gaiman
I’ll get with you on that…