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Top 5 Wednesdays:Books I’d Want To See As TV Shows

Don’t be surprised if this posts on Thursday morning, it’ll still count as a Top 5 Wednesday post.

This week we’re talking about Books We’d Like to See As TV Shows. And while I’d watch a show based on any book in my personal library, there are a few that I would specifically go to bat for.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You’re Waiting On Another Book From

It’s a good thing that I didn’t set this post to publish yet, because I would have had a blank page on my site right now. Thankfully, I knew that I wasn’t done.

In this week’s Top 5 Wednesday, I’m listing the five authors that I’m waiting for another book from. Four of the five authors were people I reviewed last summer, which is fine because a lot of my favorites are dead. One of my picks has a book being released in January, which is technically against the rules because I know when the book is coming. However, because January doesn’t count as the end of this year, this particular author still counts for me.

That being said, here’s my list:

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[Review] Saladin Ahmed’s Throne of the Crescent Moon

I don’t have a lot to say about this book, though I can tell you that I am in serious need of the second novel.

Throne of the Crescent Moon is about Dr. Adoulla Makhslood’s last great ghul hunt. In what begins as a routine ghul-banishing, Adoulla and his apprentice, Raseed, stumble upon a sinister plot that threatens to throw their city, and their world, into a chaotic civil war.

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