#2016 (2019) #54

The United States’ presidential election of #2016 was controversial and shrouded with incertitude. Here is what Lorene Funk Accardo has to say about it.

Book description:

Written by Lorene Funk Accardo, #2016 was publish July 1st, 2019. The book is available in paperback and Kindle version as well. The book as a length of 237 pages and is relatively easy to read. I would classify it as a political fiction that reflects the reality of the #2016 presidential election.


The story, which could almost be a biography, is about the author’s life and her apprehensions of the political system in the United States. She explains how hard life was at some times in her life but that she never gave up and exceeded her goals. She exposed some irrefutable arguments on how the standardization of the system is actually reducing the life quality for the American citizen. By slowly removing literacy the system is actually removing fundamental rights. Furthermore, #2016 exposes some critical flaw in the American political system that needs to be addressed urgently. Finally, a lesson to learn, success can not be attained without sacrifices. There is no easy road to success but you need to keep going and follow your convictions.

Praise and Critiques:

I have to start by saying that political fictions are not my favorite flavor of books to read. Now that it’s said, I was surprisingly intrigued by what #2016 offered me. Lorene writes from her heart and opens up to the reader about her past, and hardships. I liked all the little bits and pieces of historical information about the US presidents, that are scattered throughout the book. I also like Lorene’s approach to politics. It is about protecting her convictions and her constitutional rights but also for the future of her son. Overall, the book was a good read that was enjoyable to read.


If you are interested in politics this is a good book to read with some good points of view and interesting arguments.


I believe this book should receive a rating of four stars out of five because it was a good read, it was an interesting lesson on American politics, and I liked all the little life lessons the author incorporated in her book.

Special thanks:

I want to thank Lorene Funk Accardo for sending me her book that she kindly dedicaded to me with her second book #2020 and the manuscript of her third book #2024 that is not out yet so I can review it beforehand. I can’t thank her enough for all her kind words she put out there for me. Thanks again Lorene.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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36 thoughts on “#2016 (2019) #54

    1. You are so welcome. It was so nice finding your review today. Thank you for such great work.

  1. Well, to be honest, reading a political fictions would not likely cross my mind, but then again – you should never say never right? If its by the right author, maybe I would 🙂

    1. It’s not your typical political book. It’s the quest of a woman who willingly got involved and did a lot of dirty work for a candidate that was being bullied in her state. She was followed, photographed, and she never backed down. Lots of neat pieces of history. I bet you would love it. I talk about my grandmothers, a grandfather, my dad…it’s a book that is written to reach everyone regardless of political affiliation, religion, sex, race, or age. I bet you would love it.

  2. It would seem the right reading to reflect and understand, motivate and illuminate one’s soul. Thank you!

    1. I get a lot of feedback from people buying my books for dads and in-laws. I appreciate the interest.

  3. This sounds interesting and looks like a good book to share with my father, he loves reading books most especially if it regards to politics.

    1. He would probably be the ideal reader of he loves reading about politics. Lots of presidential history as well.

  4. I would like to know more about this book before I purchase it, is there a synopsis and is it PRO Trump? – I have read all of Trumps books and loved them!

    1. My synopsis indicate that the story of the book is mostly about the author on her journey throught life and throught the 2016 election process. The name of the current president is not in the book. It’s about the billionaire.

    2. Thank you for your interest. There is a lot about him play by play during the election. It’s a journey as he started taking down other candidates that had one different states. I include a lot about my life and how his run and my life were colliding when a senator showed up in my state. He made three stops and talked about President Trump’s hair, hands, etc., never discussing policy. That’s when I got involved. If you are a fan of him or books about him, I think you would enjoy The Hashtag Series.

  5. This sounds like a very intriguing book. I am wondering if I can read it without assigning real people to the fictional roles.

  6. Your book reviews are really good. Currently I am out of books and I really like this one….

  7. I am not a big fan of political books, but I am a fan of your reviews an you really sold me this one. I should give it a chance!

  8. This sounds like a really interesting read. I’m always eager to get my hands on a book that’s an easy read but has a lot of depth to it. I’ll have to check this out.

  9. I have kind of stayed away from political / political fiction. This one, however, has my attention. Adding it to my TBR 🙂

  10. I think there can be something to learn from each story, so if this book was assigned to me, I guess I’d read it.

  11. I will let my husband know about this book. This is the kind of book genre he is really interested in, aside from Crime and Suspense novels. It looks like a good read, and I am glad it is available in Kindle format.

  12. I have never been into politics until recently. This seems like a good read with an interesting premise.

  13. I will be honest I have never read a political fiction book in my life. This look interesting as 2016 was an interesting year.

  14. I wonder if this book discusses the 2016 election, politics and the adverse affects that the election and system has on black people in this country who have been oppressed and enslaved for 465+ years in this country. That would make for some interesting subject matter.

    1. Yes. I do write about Booker T. Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As you probably already know Booker T. Washington was born into slavery and began his own school and was.an adviser to many Presidents. I write about taking up for 435 years of it and how I changed majors at graduate school over defending the black community. I also write about white oppression that took place in my family. If you follow it into the next book I talk about Malcolm X. I hope you will consider it.

  15. What an interesting book to read. I love reading some political article and books. Will definitely add this on my book lists.

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