Top 10 Book Writers

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ictor Hugo is on The Best Writers of. The authors choose their favourite books on the chosen topic. On first glance, these definitions of classic/big books seem to come to the point. We' ve lost a giant - one of the best reporters and writers in American history. Their books deal with the life of the upper and middle classes in England.

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Stephen King Stephen Edwin King is an US writer of modern horrors, psychic fictions, tension, science fixtures and fantasies. Much of his most famous books are Carrie, It, The Shinning, The Stan, The Dark Tower, and Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption, which later more.

I' ve only just begun studying his work ('the first book I ever saw as Carrie') and he's already my favourite one. I like Carrie very much, but I wager that will be changed as soon as I see more of King's work. He' s the most authoritative in both films and literature, with titles like The Shining, It, Different Seasons, The Green Mile, to name but a few, of which I haven't yet seen any, but will soon be, and films inspired by titles like The Shining, It, Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, to name but a few.

and somehow make it work. If he can work on a buffoon who''s not really a bob and who does well, you know he can do it. King is my favourite writer and he earns to be as high as he is on this shortlist.

I' ve been reading many different writers' works, but nothing has caught my eye more than the work of the great Stephen Kings. Whenever I record a royal novel that I have not yet reread, I always find myself in a different state of consciousness. I' m not going back to normality until a few nights after I finish the book.

That'?s why Stephen King is the best writer ever! For me, Stephen King is the only writer who will never run out of good ideas. Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings were certainly astonishing novels, but it seems to me that this is the only good thing they have.

On the other side Stephen King has an enormous amount of tales, I mean 57 volumes! It also contains some novels with a few brief histories. A lot of folks probably reading their works (here just guess) because everyone else is reading them, but it's for me like this quotation:If you are reading the same textbooks as everyone else, you will think like everyone else.

Tolkien John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (January 3, 1892 - September 2, 1973), known under his pseudonym J.R.R. Tolkien, was an English novelist, poets, philologist und lecturer, who is best known as the creator of the classical works of high imagination The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion.

Although I don't think that Tolkien is the best writer of all time when there's a bunch throwing themselves at this track, like Camus, Sartre, Dostojewski, Tolstoi, Hemingway, etc., I think he definitely crushes Rowling in pure storytelling and fantasy. Out of malice towards Harry Potter I choose Tolkien, not that Tolkien is evil, I just overtook him after I recorded life-changing, stratified textbooks like Nausea, The Stranger, Fiesta etc..

There is no writer who can compare himself to him. The addition of language, poesy, stories in tales and just this great profundity of story gives you the feeling of being in a reality environment. I enjoy reading his technique and his way of typing and he was such a gifted man.

It is astonishing that his writings have proven themselves for over 70 years and most writers are striving for them. He' s a classic. She' the best author I know. I was in Iove with it. This is my favourite film of all times, Harry Potter und the Deathly Hollows Part 1.

All of Tolkien's literature is in a whole tongue! You know, I could spend the whole of my whole fucking lives reading Harry Potter. It'?s like that. You' made me an addiction to a lifetime I'll never let go and never stop. It is interesting that I tried to create a magic novel as her, but I couldn't complete it because she put all kinds of facts and figures into her -Harry Potter- series.

Charles Dickens Charles John Huffam Dickens (7 February 1812 - 9 June 1870) was an British author and journalist and social reviewer. and more. It'?s up to you. And I think the whole point many of us teenagers and kids think that his textbooks are dull is because the book schools force us to do them. It' s difficult to get lost in the history if you have to stop studying now and then.

But, really, the true beauteousness of a book is that it gives the user a whole new life to live at his own speed. He was a great writer. Having read Great Expectations in my spare mee at my own speed, I found it a feat.

Fyodor Dostoyevsky Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky, sometimes translated Dostoyevsky, was a Soviet author, narrator, essays author, reporter and thinker. Dostoyevsky is the author of all times, better than anyone else! Oh, come on, Steve King about her? Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe (19 January 1809 - 7 October 1849) was an author, publisher and literature-criticist.

His poems and shorts are best known, especially his mysteries and ghoulis. It is considered a key character of Romanticism in the United States and the more. E.A.P. is simply one of the greatest American gothic authors. He' the king of horror comedy.

  7 C.S. Lewis Clive Staples Lewis (November 29, 1898 - November 22, 1963) was a UK writer, poets, academics, mediaevists, literature critics, essayists, amateur theologians, broadcasters, lecturers and apologetics. Ã? more. Reading Narnia, I was falling for love with this book! Oh, man, I always thought his accounts sucked. I was mistaken!

Greatest show ever! C. S. Lewis's favourite book is The Horse and His Boy. I' m trying to become a playwright, I' m trying to make a book and get it published soon. Roald Dahl Roald Dahl (13 September 1916 - 23 November 1990) was a UK based playwright, scriptwriter, poet and combat aviator.

More than 250 million volumes have been published around the globe. I' had the toughest period in the whole wide globe to choose between Dahl, Lewis and Tolkien, but I went with Dahl. He has such a vivid and realistic fantasy and childlike spirit that no other children's book writer can beat it. It is so imaginative that everyone can really appreciate their work.

He gave me books: There are many more great textbooks! Mark Twain Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known under his pseudonym Mark Twain, was an US writer and comedian. His understanding of the ironies and dialects was and is astonishing.

George Orwell Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 - 21 January 1950), who used the pseudonym George Orwell, was an British writer, essays writer, journalist and criticist. Many great writers are worthy of being on this mailing lists, but Orwell's work is unsurpassed. In 1984 it is an absolutely masterwork, and the fact that he was writing it on his deathbed illustrates his greatness as an writer.

These are two unbelievably powerful fiction that, over the years, have transformed the attitudes of entire communities and alerted us to the perils posed by some policymakers. Anyone who reads this commentary who has not yet learned of Orwell's works, I invite you to start in 1984 and Tierfarm and to return to this page and choose Orwell.

He' s my favourite playwright, then go Orwell. So Orwell can really get you into the accounts. Dr. Seuss Theodor Seuss Geisel was an US playwright and graphic artist who wrote famous children's literature under the pseudonym Dr. Seuss. Since then I have loved to study and Dr. Seuss, where my first few novels and helping to evolve my passion for it.

He' s been creating children's tales that will expand your life. It' full of great tales and sketches you can't ignore! Leo Tolstoy Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy, usually called Leo Tolstoy in English, was a famous author from Russia who is considered one of the greatest writers of alltimes.

Get his ledgers. Each of his works carries strong message and the purpose of the world. It' s a pity that many young people come to J.K. Rowling and all the other contemporary writers and neglect more profound, focussed philosophic works like Tolstoy. It' s very embarrassing to see that he is so low on this mailing lists, especially since War and Peace has been celebrated as the greatest novel of all times.

There is no question that Leon Tolstoi is the greatest, the greatest novelist of all time. He' a great novelist. William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was an Englishman poets, playwrights and actors who is generally considered to be the greatest novelist of the British alphabet and the world's most outstanding drama artist. Frankly, William Shakespeare is an unbelievable writer/writer; his works make a difference to you, no matter how old you are, provided you have learned to do so.

Trust me, from now on Stephen King is one of the best writers of all times, and his books have influenced me. Don't let one of the most powerful men in the story stay in 13th place because his series'doesn't offer what contemporary societies need', because his works really are what inspire these contemporary histories (well, most of them anyway).

but there' s no way he could defeat Shakespeare in any way in inferiority. It was Shakespeare who was the greatest writer, dramatist, writer and performer of all times. We use a lot of words every day when we speak English.

I say give him an attempt to see Shakespeare's life, and it will alter the way you think about the powers of words. Ernest Hemingway Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 - July 2, 1961) was an US author, narrator and reporter.

Heingway produces the. and more. Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus are THE BEST! Riordan is such a gifted author. Not only do his works cover a certain demographic but also a very broad population. One recognizes what a good book is when a broad group of people of all ages reads it.

Even his novels are really amazing and contain a great deal of information. Riordan is always shooting and changing the book, so sometimes you just pant in astonishment and sometimes you want to toss the book out the windows because you love the book so much. Even when reading the Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus you get to know much about ancient Greece's mythologies in a really ingenious way.

So, if you just take a look at some of his textbooks or remember to study them, DO NOT ASSIST! GET THE BOOK AND START LOOKING! BEECHES! I like Percy Jackson. It's my favourite book collection. I' ve seen other works that don't work when I bring the myth to live.

You' re a shame for a book. I strongly suggest that you also study them, because you can find something new while you are there. I' m a very particular character when it comes to reading very particular and the first ones that got my eye on in the book were these.

I' ve reread it so many time that I've learned the whole thing by heart. There are many age groups who can browse his works, beginning with Lightning Theif. As you immerse yourself in the turns and turns in the storyline, you just can't stop it. BEECHES! but Jeff Kinney is definitely not the sixteenth greatest writer in the underworld.

There' s hardly any discrepancy between his works and his inclination to depict Greg as a socialopath has got out of control. He' s not even a novelist. He was quite good and he didn't have many other stories in which he could tell the same tale and give the character different titles.....

The first nine of his books were in Russian, and he gained popularity internationally after he began to write English forums. and more. It'?s up to you. He is the only novelist who explores the spirit of a paedophile who throws himself into the controversy of everyday life while he writes, Lolita, a book that is both celebrated and judged. He is, in my view, the greatest ever playwright.

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (August 20, 1890 - March 15, 1937) was an U.S. writer who became posthumously famous for his powerful works of fictionalism. Almost unheard of and only featured in cellulose journals before he passed away in extreme poverty, he is now considered one of the most important of the twentieth more.

He writes so powerfully that you can put yourself in the picture. I' ve been informed that the greatest author of our times, Stephen King, was a supporter of HP Lovecraft, and his impact can be felt in the way King is known for - to let you see through the eye of his character, draw you into the storyline and instill a thought or notion.

Lovecraft, please look at one of his many rare booklets, you will not be upset. He' the only writer of old literature who's survived the years. Some of the most approachable writers right now because none of his tales are proprietary, so you can buy large parts of his fonts on eBook media or audio book media for either very cheap or for no costs at all.

Seriously, my favourite writer. This is because most folks can't see it. Those who think Harry Potter is difficult to see. Terence David John "Terry" Pratchett (1948-2015) was an British writer of fiction, especially comedy. His best-known is the Discworld cartoon fancy book line.

There is a deep understanding of the meanings in his works. Yeah, the only writer besides Douglas Adams who can get me to do that. Pratchett's works are well-penned, enthralling, touching, funny and thought-provoking at the same one. I' ve never seen another author's book tick all these box.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was a UK author and doctor who is best known for the creation of the fictitious investigator Sherlock Holmes and the creation of tales about him that are widely regarded as landmarks in the realm of criminal novels. He' s incredible, I fucking adore his book! The mysterious category is my favourite and nobody can compete with him in this area.

He' s the best writer. Jane Austen Jane Austen was an British writer who was best known for her five great books, which interpreted, criticized and commented on the lives of the British aristocracy at the end of the eighteenth cent. An astonishing writer, Jane Austen! I' m not a great love-lover, but her tales are so nicely told and her actions so complicated.

Proudness and prejudices were the poorest book to have. Herbert Wells - known as H.G. Wells - was a productive British author in many different styles, among them novel, story, policy and commentaries as well as text books and regulations for wargames. I don't see how you can't choose someone who's ever seen the Wars of the Worlds!

It made the Wars of the World a comprehensive and detailled book that predicted an actually possible result with an astonishing storyline. My favourite is The Outline of Historie! Agatha Christie Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, Lady Mallowan, was an British detective author, narrator and dramatist. Absolutely the best mystic author in my mind.

It succeeds in making every ending astonishing and different for EVERY book! One of the greatest and best-known writers in France. and more. It'?s up to you. That Misareblas is the best novel I've ever seen. People remember him for his storylines, his more. We' re talkin' about the girl who made the Hunger Games, the greatest book of all times!

George R.R. Martín George Raymond Richard Martín (née George Raymond Martín), also known as George R.R. Martín, is an US based novelist, known for his dramatic storyline A Song of Ice and Fire, which was later included in the infamous HBO Game of Thrones game. Though George R.R. is not the greatest novelist of all times and writers like Charles Dickens, Shakespeare and Hemingway publish much more populare literature than him, none of her stories is comparable to A Song of Ice and Fire.

Martin's set is by far one of the greatest of all times, and his imaginative and non-archetypical attitude to the imagination is even higher than that of J.R.R. Tolkien. His work is not only the greatest phantasy show of all times, but also, in my view, the greatest play that combines Shakespeare' s protagonists and playwrights with Tolkien's imagination and an exquisite written art that awakens his work.

At the end, it is still believed that there are a few writers who outdo him because of the greater number of well-made novels, his work of A Song of Ice and Fire continues to be the greatest literary accomplishment of all times. He' s not the greatest author, but the way he describes each of his characters and gives everyone their own worlds and backgrounds is outrageous.

It is incredible that a novelist can think of the GOT depicted realm. He' s so detailed about each and every one of the personalities and is very resourceful with the bookings. He' s my favourite playwright. Each of his novels has a background storyline, each has its own motifs.

A book does not make an artist "the best". Doracula is a very well-penned and interesting history. She' the best female novelist I've ever seen and she must be in the top 10! Did she write a great book, a good book and a silly book and is she the 30 best book?

Verbonica Roth is not the best writer I have ever seen, but her Divergent set was one of my absolute favourites. I' ve only seen this show by the writer, but it was a sensational show.

John Steinbeck John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr. was an US writer of twenty-seven titles, sixteen of which were written in writing, six in non-fiction and five in collection of comics. You' re reading the Divine Comedy. He was one of the most important Italians of all time. Though''Inferno' was sometimes difficult to understand and requires context-related historic information, it is certainly the best representation of hell ever made, crafted by fine allegories.

and more. It'?s up to you. So he started to make textbooks that were'scholars' for years after his death, and he did. He' s the greatest writer who's ever lived, and I don't think anyone will ever surpass him in word of mouth in innovative design, styling and pristine art. He' the one writer who influences every other after him.

33 Ray Bradbury Ray Douglas Bradbury (August 22, 1920 - June 5, 2012) was an US writer and more. It was Fahrenheit 451 who dealt with what could become US-social. Probably his best-known work is the dystopic novel "Farenheit 451", but his compilation of shorts, which he has put together in "Der Illustrierte Mann", should be a good reading for everyone.

34 Robert Louis Stevenson Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (13 November 1850 - 3 December 1894) was a Scotch playwright, poets, essayist and travelling more. In some cases, this man has been described as the best cartoon character of the twenty-first-century. He' s written many fiction and stories, and I would be voting Jeeves and Wooster every single working days on'Diary of a Wimpy Kid'.

And when I am listening to it, I "hear" its tales with an English touch! The Iliad and the Ulysses, which had an immense influence on European civilization, are well known, but very little is known about their ancestor. After all, folks should really enjoy studying the classic books more than they do now because they are actually going to miss some of the best tales of all times.

Irrespective of your interest in legend, you will find something to like about these tales. Reading the Iliad, I was so eaten up by the mythical tale that I began to sense the Greek god's present looking over my shoulders. asaac asimov isaac asimov, née Isaak ozimov (ca. January 2, 1920 - April 6, 1992) was an u.s. writer and biochemist at Boston University.

He'?s an outstanding writer. This is my favourite sci-fi writer. Earn higher, he book The Giver is my favourite book of all times! AMAZNG is the book The Numbers of the Stars! All that he wrote was ill and distorted, yet so bright all at once. He' an amazing writer. Ah, sorry, this is the writer of JAMES BOND.

and the skinny executioner. Readers are always enthusiastic about his novels right to the end. Which Darren Shan is a great novelist, how come he's not in the Top 30? Anton Chekhov Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (January 29, 1860 - July 15, 1904) was a famous dramatist and shortfictionist.

and more. It'?s up to you. He' s got some really great storytelling. Albert Camus Albert Camus (7 November 1913 - 4 January 1960) was a popular figure in this area. James Patterson James Brendan Patterson is an US writer and Philanthrope. His works include Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women's Murder Club, Maximum Ride, Daniel X, NYPD Red, Witch and Wizard and Private-Norms, as well as many independent thriller, non-fiction and newswork.

Mid term serie of school daniel x Hexe und Zauberer and who knows what comes next! Unfortunately, if you've never seen a book by John Grisham, you'll miss one of the best mystery writers who's ever put a pencil on the table. Its work is beautifully composed so that you always want more and with over twenty scripts you won't have to wait.

Franz Kafka Franz Kafka was a German-language novelist and novelist who was widely considered one of the protagonists of the literary world of the twentieth world. Influence on every great novelist of our day. He is one of the five greatest writers who have ever known. This is the greatest adventurer of all ages!

He' s so good at thinking of things they call the daddy of sci-fi. Come on, I know Stephen Kings is good, but Jules Verne is even more fabulous. He' s doing the Captain Underpants and Ricky Ricotta textbooks!

Pilkey's new dog man franchise, Captain Underpants and the Rick Ricotta book are fantastic! You know, he could have made more great work.

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