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Six Months Later
Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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Chloe's had the best six months of her entire life. It's too bad she can't remember anything about them... Chloe didn't think about it much when she nodded off in study hall on that sleepy summer day. But when she wakes up, snow is on the ground and she can't remember the last six months of her life. Before, she'd been a mediocre student. Now, she's on track for valedictorian and being recruited by Ivy League schools. Before, she never had a chance with super jock Blake. Now he's her boyfriend. Before, she and Maggie were inseparable. Now her best friend won't speak to her. What happened to her? And why can't she remember?
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BookDragonNotWorm
Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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I liked One Was Lost (written by this author) so much that I looked her up and bought her highest rated book without reading about it. It completely wasn't what I expected. It certainly wasn't the kind of plot I'd choose to read. But to the author's credit, she kept me reading.

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ashley_o13
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Slow week at work so I'm gonna read some and hopefully finish by the end of the night since I've been slacking 😩

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ashley_o13
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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1. Six Months Later and The Wife Between Us
2. Currently Alvin and The Chipmunks the Sequel
3. Green Mint Tea 🥰
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Eggs
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Librarybelle
Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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I put together a recap of all books I started and completed in 2018. 58 books...I‘m very pleased. If I keep the same pace for the second half of the year, I will easily exceed my Goodreads goal of 85.

Jencunnin Any standout recommendations? My TBR needs some inspiration! 14mo
Librarybelle @Jencunnin I enjoyed the most At the Water‘s Edge, A Piece Of the World, Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, The Handmaid‘s Tale, and Finding Nouf. The Laura Ingalls Wilder and Anne of Green Gables books are also fantastic, especially for the photographs! If you listen to books, Alan Bradley‘s Flavia de Luce series is wonderful on audio. The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd is one of Christie‘s finest books. Hope one of these are of interest to you! 14mo
Jencunnin Lots of great recs. Thank you!! 14mo
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APLitlife
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Just finished. I really liked it! Chloe has lost six months of her memories and how it all unfolds is definitely a page turner!

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APLitlife
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Averaging a book a week. Trying to get through all the books on my TBR shelf so that I can add them to my classroom.

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LeshaMac
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Meet the author at the #ohioana and she had me cracking up, so I brought her book and decided to see what her others where about. I enjoyed this read. A little predictable, but it still held my interest and kept me guessing. #Litsybythenumbers #6 @Chelleo

Chelleo Cool that you had a chance to meet her! Is this autographed? 1y
LeshaMac Yes! 1y
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Piper384
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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I'm not saying that this is an absolutely wonderful read but it is an interesting one as well as all her other mystery books. They are written extremely well and I truly adore the heroines. They are quite likable and the mysteries are fun and easy to get into. Quick and lovely read.

RaimeyGallant Nice review. :) And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it.
2y
Piper384 Thanks for the help. Not really used to this new setup. 2y
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Dabooklover
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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I enjoy reading this authors books but they never truly stand out to me. When Chloe wakes up she has amnesia and can't remember the last six months of her life. She realizes her life style has changed drastically during these months. Chloe tries to discover what she has forgotten as she realizes everything is not as it seems in her new life. It's a nice read but I felt the conclusion didn't have enough buildup or enough explanation.

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megnews
Six Months Later | Natalie Richards
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Been too busy to read or post as much lately but I do love Litsy. Here's to a great 2017 reading year!

#Litfluence #6months

BooksTeasAndBookishThings Woohoo!!! 😊❤🙌📚🎉 2y
Donna_sBookMinute 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Yayyyyy!! Congrats! Just jump back in when you can. 2y
LauraBeth Awesome! 👏👏👏🎉🎉 2y
CrowCAH Congrats! 👏🏻🎉 2y
LeahBergen 🎉🎉🎉 2y
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Cityofamber
Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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This was a quick read. It was interesting until the last 50 pages when it got too... cheesy? Predictable? Overdramatic? All of the above? It also wasn't a book a book I could read in one sitting, I had to keep putting it otherwise I would get bored. I'm torn between pick and so-so.

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beyondbookish
Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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This has been on my bookshelf forever! Time to get it read 📚😊👻 #justread

*10/15/16: I really enjoyed this. If you're in the mood for YA suspense, I definitely recommend it!

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Six Months Later | Natalie D. Richards
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I found the description seriously misleading. Way too much time spent on the boy aspect. Barf. We get it...the "right" boy feels wrong and the "wrong" boy feels right. Pick one and freaking deal with it. And then it just went from boy obsessed on a downward spiral in terms of plot. Out of control. Just didn't work for me. Oh and the hypnosis...don't even get me started on that crap. *eye roll*

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