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Junebug
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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Junes story begins on a tiny farm in a sleepy little railroad town, buried in the depths of rural America. Dont look too closely at the sagging porches and the chipping paint. Through Junes eyes, its a place where nothing is as it seems, a place full of secrets. June lives with people who claim to be her family; shes not sure. Pieces are missing. Words and actions are out of sync. They cause so much pain and suffering. Can she be related to these people who say they are her family? These people ... they make her do things, things that arent talked about. Lying back very still, very quiet, June begins to feel the pull of the water, the twisting, the turning, finding herself in a puddle in the center of a meadow filled with wildflowers of all colors. On the path up ahead, she senses movement. Within seconds, a magnificent black panther stands before her. Tigua becomes her guardian and protector and helps her discover the power she has available. The power buried deep inside. Tigua gives her the strength to take back her body, take back her life. In this other world, she discovers the real meaning of family and the responsibility it holds. The Great Seer gives her the perspective of a warrior, equipping her with the wisdom and courage to fight the battle that threatens to consume her life. With the help of her guides, she learns what love is, and armed with that love she throws open the doors to all of their secrets, freeing those who came before and those who come after.
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alisonrose
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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Books read: 12
Pages read: 4,021
DNF: 0
Women authors: 9 (inc. an anthology w/others)
POC authors: 5
Best book: Red, White, and Royal Blue
Worst book: The Child Finder
Longest: The Mermaid and Mrs Hancock (484)
Shortest: Much Ado About Nothing (173)
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: 5
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: 1

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Looks like a great month, well done. 💖📖💖 4mo
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TheSpineView
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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I finally put together my TBR list for June. I am hoping for a productive month and I can actually read more than what is listed. 📚📚📚📚

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Books.Bottles.and.Babies
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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It's my 1st post of June so here is my TBR for the month:
*Girls of Paper and Fire
*Moonology
*Fiery Cross
*The Great Alone
*Dark Witch
*Sometimes I Lie
*Genesis Girl
*The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe & Prince Caspian (rereads for a book club)
Also didn't get to these last month:
*Nevernight
*Thr3e
*Shatter Me
What is everyone else planning to read this month???
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TrishB I‘m impressed 👍🏻 I never plan! 5mo
Books.Bottles.and.Babies @TrishB I always plan... I just rarely stick to the plan 😂😂 5mo
emz711 So many #maps !! 5mo
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MidnightBookGirl
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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Happy June, Littens! Just settling back home after all the fun of NYC. June is both Pride month and Audiobook month (and in Virginia so far it's also Hot as Hades month). Libro FM is hosting a summer audiobook reading challenge and I am all in!

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Samplergal
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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And I‘m going to write this month. Wish me luck. #june #goals

Bookjunkie57 You can do it! 💪🏾 5mo
Freespirit Good luck! 5mo
SW-T Good luck! 5mo
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suzie.reads
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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My 10 #tbr books for June 👍🏻📚😊

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Pamwurtzler
Junebug | Cherie Doyen
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#JuneWrapUp #ReadingResolutions
22 books finished in June, with my top 6 above. It was a good month!

britt_brooke Wow, 22 is fantastic!! 1y
drbethandherkindle TWENTY TWO??!! 1y
Pamwurtzler @drbethandherkindle Retirement is so excellent! 😀 1y
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