Lawrence, D. H.
Le Guin, Ursula
The unfortunate thing about this post is that the only author of these four that I’ve read happens to be the author that I like the least of all. I’ve read a few of Mercedes Lackey‘s books, and have failed to be impressed by any degree. Magic’s Pawn is so tragically awful that I keep it in my collection as a reminder to never buy an entire series before reading the first book.
Lady Chatterley’s Lover is actually Alex’s book. I’ve not read it, but I’ve seen recommendations for it all over the place, so it’s on my 2014 reading list. D. H. Lawrence, like many authors and artists, didn’t reach the height of fame until after his death. He did however, have a fairly commonplace life in comparison to some of the other authors I’ve researched for this challenge.
I really, really want to read Ursula Le Guin. So many people praise her writing and cite her works that I’m itching to pull her off my TBR list. Patience, me, patience. There are books that have waited far longer than hers.
See above for my thoughts on Scott Lynch and The Lies of Locke Lamora. I finally got this one for Christmas last year and I eye it every time I pass my bookshelves. *whine*
How terrible am I for having not read these books? Have any others I should squeeze into my TBR list?. Let me know in the comments.