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I’ve never read a book written by more than one author. The idea itself, two authors writing one book together, doesn’t appeal to me. I’ll always be wondering who wrote which chapter and I would make it my mission to see who has a better writing style. The major headache I would get from doing that is not worth the hassle, to be honest.
I’ll admit, though, that putting all these author duos together was fun. I really like how my list ended up and if these authors ever do write a book together, I might actually read it.
Tahereh Mafi and Ransom Riggs
I love these two so much and they are so adorable together #relationshipgoals
A book written by the both of them would no doubt be filled by beautiful imagery and creepy things. ALWAYS A GOOD THING.
Sarah J Maas and Susan Dennard
I wish I had a friend whom I click with as much as they do with each other. I know that they have the Starkillers Chronicles written together (haven’t read it because it’s not completed and they don’t update that frequently because of their work load and I don’t want to wait for the next chapter if there was a cliffhanger or something) but we need an actual book in our hands.
Julie James and Julia Quinn
They both create the most swoonworthy male leads. I can’t imagine what would happen to my heart if they teamed up and got a project done. I’ll probably die from swooning.
Marissa Meyer and E.K. Johnston
YES PLEASE. They both write retellings and they both do it amazingly. So. LIKE. UM. THEY WOULD RETELL THE SHIT OUT A STORY AND THEN I CAN FANGIRL OVER IT EVERY TIME I LOOK AT IT.
Janette Rallison and Jessica Day George
Rallison wrote my fav book ever and George has a fascinating writing style. A book written by both of them would definitely shatter my world.
Christopher Paolini and William Ritter
I would do anything for a book written by these two.
Anna-Marie McLamore and Sharon Huss Roat
I recently read The weight of Feathers for McLamore and I loooooooved it (review coming soon I swear!). I feel like her style would go perfectly with Roat’s because they both write with so much feelings and the way they word their lines is very thought-provoking.
I know that these are less than ten but I couldn’t think of more! What do you think about this list? Can you imagine any of these duos actually existing?