Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday - Top 10 Best Debut Books

Top Ten Best Debut Books

1. J.K. Rowling - Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone
2. Laura Hillenbrand - Sea Biscuit
3. Nicholas Sparks - The Notebook
4. Stephenie Meyer - Twilight series
5. Cassandra Clare - City of Bones
6. Becca Fitzpatrick - Hush, Hush
7. Tommie Lyn - ...And Night Falls series
8. Cheryl Malandrinos - Little Shepherd
9. Tricia Dower - Silent Girl
10. Elizabeth Kostova - The Historian


  1. Great list of books! I just read You Know When the Men Are Gone, Siobhan Fallon's debut, and I loved it.

  2. Great choices- I love Twilight, Harry Potter and City of Bones
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  3. I think I might've enjoyed Nicholas Sparks a lot more if I'd read him as an early teen

  4. Would you believe I have only read one of those, the Historian - and I rave about it to this very day. I really enjoyed her second novel Swan Thieves too. Although it didn't quite reach the lofty heights of her debut, I felt if it hadn't been constantly compared to its predecessor it would have received rave reviews in its own right. It was a hard act to follow...

  5. amazing choices! loved Harry Potter, Twilight, City of Bones and Hush, Hush :D and btw thanx for dropping by my blog!

    Rabiah @ Confessions of a Readaholic

  6. Bermudion- Thanks! for liking my list, and I am glad you enjoyed the book.

    Brandileigh- thanks! for commenting on the choices.

    1girl 2 many books- Maybe, I enjoy reading his books.

    Booklover Book Reviews- yes, it was a hard act to follow, glad you liked them.

    I luv reading too much- I am glad you liked the choices, thanks, for stopping by.

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