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Teens’ Top Ten: So You Want to Read a Maggie Stiefvater Book?

2013 November 8
by Molly Wetta
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Photo Jul 03, 8 11 39 PMOver 32,000 teen readers cast their vote for the 2013 Teens’ Top Ten, and The Hub is celebrating their choices! Today we feature Maggie Stiefvater whose book The Dream Thieves is #6 on this year’s Teen’s Top Ten list. 

which maggie stiefvater book should I read first?

Apparently, there are readers out there who haven’t yet read a Maggie Stiefvater book. Don’t worry, I get it. We’ve all got endless TBR lists, right? Sometimes, I myself have come across an author  I still haven’t read, despite his or her books being popular and critically acclaimed (as Maggie Stiefvater’s certainly are), so I understand how intimidating it can be to choose which book to try out first. The question is, how to decide?

The answer: a flowchart. In order to assist those who have yet to experience the magical and lyrical worlds Maggie Stiefvater creates, I have a guide to selecting the one that’s the best fit for you. Chances are, after trying one, you’ll be back for more (view a larger image here).

maggie stiefvater flowchart

– Molly Wetta, currently reading Lily and Taylor by Elise Moser and listening to Imaginary Girls by Nova Ren Suma

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One Response
  1. Leslie Carloss permalink
    November 12, 2013

    I love the flowchart (LOVE Maggie’s books and read them as soon as they’re published), but I think you should have The Raven Boys since it’s the first book in the series and you might want to mention that the middle grade book is #2 in a series written by different authors.

    I was also a little surprised when I saw that she was writing a middle grade level book. Her writing is so sophisticated and mature and has such a depth of emotions in complex plots, but more power to the junior high students!

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