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Favourite Reads From 2015

It’s been a great year for reading. I don’t think I’ve ever read as many books in one year as I did this year, and next year it’ll get even better! Since I’ve gotten a Goodreads account my to-be-read pile has stacked up immensely, and I’m really excited for everything that’s waiting for me on there.

There were a lot of great reads over the past twelve months, and since 2015 is coming to a close I thought now was a good time to share my favourite reads with you.

In no specific order:

Summer Reading List Stardust

I’m so glad I finally read a book written by the legend himself! It was everything I’d hoped for and more, cliche as that might be. There was magic, the storytelling was incredible, and it’s left me wanting to read more next year.

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Summer Reading List The Falcon Throne

Karen Miller has been one of my favourite authors for years, and her most recent book has somehow stepped up her game even more. It had everything you’d want from an epic – love, magic, murder, betrayal and deceit – and I can’t recommend her enough.

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TheTimeKeeper

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I came across The Time Keeper in my library. It was short and I wanted something to read on my lunch breaks, but I didn’t expect it would make me cry on said lunch breaks! (pasta does taste better with happy tears!) It won’t take you long at all to read through this, and it’ll be worth it. Just have some tissues handy. And maybe some chocolate.

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Summer Reading List Fiendish

I’ve never hated a villain as much as I hated this one. If he went and burnt in hell, it wouldn’t be punishment enough for this filthy excuse of a human being.Β Needless to say, I felt for the main character, a lot, and if you read this it’ll be an emotional ride!

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Summer Reading List Evo Nation

Twists at every turn and knowing that you can’t trust anyone to be one of the good guys make this an amazing read. The characters were great and the way it ended has me excited for EVO Shift. Just don’t get attached to people, okay?

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TG3

Terry Goodkind is another one of my favourite authors, and I was thrilled to find out that I wasn’t done with this series after all! It had creepy shadow hounds and a machine which seems to be alive and I couldn’t wait to start the next book, so I’m reading that right now! If you start a new series next year, make it this one.

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What were your favourite reads this year? Is there anything you’d like to recommend?

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7 Comments

  1. I’m so chuffed to have made your list! Thank you for the support. πŸ™‚

  2. Reblogged this on K.J. Chapman and commented:
    What a lovely way to end the year!

    I am made up to hear that EVO Nation made Sarina from Cookie Break’s ‘Favourite Reads from 2015’ list.

    Thank you to Sarina for taking the time to read EVO Nation in the first instant. I’m chuffed you enjoyed it, and that it earned a place on your list. It really is an honour.

    I have reblogged Sarina’s post, so you can check out the full list.

    Happy reading!

    • My pleasure, K, it was a great book and definitely deserving of praise! πŸ™‚ Thank you for taking the time to write – I know the effort and time that goes into it.
      Thanks for reblogging it! A great rest of the year to you πŸ™‚

      • When you get lovely feedback it makes it all worthwhile, so thank you.

        I’m eagerly awaiting your book in 2016 ;)…

  3. On a side note, my favourite read was ‘The Girl In Between’ by Laeken Zea Kemp. It is currently free to download from Amazon. πŸ™‚

    • You know, that might already be on my reading list! I’ve probably missed the free downloads but I’ll have a look later if I remember πŸ™‚ I may need you to remind me.

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