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My Best 2015 Books/ Top 5 Wednesday

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Yes my friends it is that time when Wednes-dayers gush about their best books of 2015. Alas fair friends the year comes to an end, honestly by the first week of December I just cannot wait for the next year and new beginnings. However, this year whooped by like the violent winds of a concluded hurricane season. Ok I will shut up and get back on topic. My 2015 reads were not fantastic, most of the books I read were meh, just ok but the five books below stood out.

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Series Read 2016/ Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday

Hello people, it is another Wednesday in the life of Top 5 Wednesday book meme. This week we dive into series reading, so  dear readers (like myself) get a chance to think about the books in series we want to start reading. I am into Historical Fiction, Period Novels, Romance , some thrillers and Mystery. So I will share the 5 series that I really want to read in those genres.

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Top New 2015 Authors| Top 5 Wednesday

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Top 5 Wednesday
Happy Wednesday dear readers and welcome to another Top 5 Wednesday, covering the top new authors that I discovered so far for the year. I share with you the authors who I am most impressed by their writing style, I have enjoyed their stories and will definitely make an effort to read more of their work in the future. If you are interested in joining us Wednesday-ers, come on over to the Goodreads Group.

Let us dive into it:
Jessica Dotta

A Book Review
I read Born of Persuasion, first book in Price of Privilege Trilogy and I am immensely impressed. In a long time I have not read a book with some much hunger for more. Her metaphors, personification and other literary devices are out of this world. She is one author I am definitely looking forward to reading more of her stories.

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Series TBR: Get To It!

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I am a standalone reading girl because I like knowing the complete story by the end of the book. For this reason, I do not normally gravitate deliberately towards book series. However, there are some first or second in some series stories which captured my interest and I really do want to complete the entire set.

The Price of Privilege Trilogy by Jessica Dotta

I read the first book in the series and it is so good, a historical fiction about a supposedly atheist girl, man of the cloth who loves her and other men in her life who pawn her in their dangerous game.

The Ebola K Trilogy of Terrorism Thrillers by Bobby Adair<

The first book left me with the mother load of cliffhanger when I was so into the story. I need to know if Austin survives the Ebola and if it spreads outside Uganda. I need to know more about Austin’s friend brother, this dude has the major case of Eastern deep purse with hatred for the West.

Marriage Mart by Amanda Forester

I want to finish the series because I need to know play by-play of what happens between The Marchford and Penelope, I suspect a wonderful tale of wit and humour awaits. I enjoyed the first part A Wedding In Springtime with Genie, William, Penelope and Marchford. It is my sought of romance tea: historical (titles, manners etc.) with a spin on serious day issues.

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