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Code Name Verity (Turtleback School & Library)
Code Name Verity (Turtleback School & Library) | Elizabeth E Wein
Oct. 11th, 1943-A British spy plane crashes in Nazi-occupied France. Its pilot and passenger are best friends. One of the girls has a chance at survival. The other has lost the game before it's barely begun. When "Verity" is arrested by the Gestapo, she's sure she doesn't stand a chance. As a secret agent captured in enemy territory, she's living a spy's worst nightmare. Her Nazi interrogators give her a simple choice: reveal her mission or face a grisly execution. As she intricately weaves her confession, Verity uncovers her past, how she became friends with the pilot Maddie, and why she left Maddie in the wrecked fuselage of their plane. On each new scrap of paper, Verity battles for her life, confronting her views on courage, failure and her desperate hope to make it home. But will trading her secrets be enough to save her from the enemy? A Michael L. Printz Award Honor book that was called "a fiendishly-plotted mind game of a novel" in The New York Times, Code Name Verity is a visceral read of danger, resolve, and survival that shows just how far true friends will go to save each other.
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DcSunshine
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A enjoyable historical fiction read with twists and turns. Well written and fast moving, it was a quick read. It‘s not a favorite, I have read others of the same historical time period I prefer, but still glad I read it.

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I loved this book. I walked away and wanted a friendship like the main characters. The plot was really interesting. The first half was a little slow but the second half made up for that by being incredible. The characters were incredible. I would totally recommend for anyone who loves historical fiction and best friends!!

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kissmehardy
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Mom: You got to the sad part!

Me: IT'S ALL THE SAD PART, MOM. 😭💙

#reread #historicalfiction #thriller #favoritebook

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Thank you so much for this surprise package, Misty!! You know I love historical fiction! 💙
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re very welcome!! I hope you enjoy it! ❤️❤️ 6mo
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AmyK1
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😥😥

This is a story about two women during WWII-one a pilot and one a spy. But ultimately it‘s about friendship, bravery, loyalty and courage.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I just couldn‘t get into this one 🤷‍♀️ 10mo
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megnews
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1 #ChildrensClassic
3 MG
6 YA
1 #FairyTaleRetelling
1 graphic memoir
1 NF #SheSaid
4 HF
1 #AuthorAMonth
1 #WhartonBuddyRead Classic literature
+ 2 picture books (not shown)
=22 books in January
My favorite is tagged followed by Cilka‘s Journey & Sunflower Sisters

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Who has read this one? I‘m having trouble getting into it, but it could be because I‘m feeling bad 😓 maybe I‘m still shook from The Push…

Andrea313 I had expected to love this, but really had a hard time getting into it, too. I much preferred the sequel/companion book: 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrea313 thank you! I was thinking it was just me! 10mo
Andrea313 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks That's how I felt, too! Everyone I know had raves about it, and it just never quite clicked for me. Hope it picks up for you; I'll look forward to your review. 10mo
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kspenmoll I have had trouble too; not sure if its the style but I finally bailed. 10mo
everlocalwest I loved this one and I think about the ending ALL THE TIME. Hopefully that gives you the motivation to move forward, lol. 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @everlocalwest I‘m still trying!! 10mo
Bookzombie I really liked this one in the end, but I read the companion novel, Rose Under Fire, first. I liked it even more. 10mo
annahenke I LOVED this book 10mo
sblbooks It's not just you. I don't really like spy novels though. 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @sblbooks I liked The Alice Network, but I‘m just not liking this one 🤷‍♀️ 10mo
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megnews
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I just posted the #YABUDDYREAD discussion questions with spoiler tags so please see my page or the book page for questions.

Daisey I read all of these a few years ago, so I probably won't have comments for the other questions. At that time, I liked Rose Under Fire the most (I struggle with unreliable narrators) and actually had forgotten about The Pearl Thief completely. 10mo
megnews @Daisey I don‘t always like unreliable narrators. But in this case I felt it served a necessary purpose and added to the suspense. I think I‘ll definitely read the others. (edited) 10mo
Peddler410 I read Code Name Verity when it first came out but have it read the others - it think I need to reread this one first 😊 Shortly after reading Code Name Verity, a biography came into my library that is the perfect companion — drawing a blank right now. I recommend both books when students ask for WWII stories. 10mo
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sblbooks I probably won't read the next one spy novels are not my jam. 10mo
megnews @sblbooks generally speaking I don‘t think they‘re mine either but I did like this one. 10mo
mrp27 This was a good story but I didn‘t necessarily love how it was written/told. I knew there was a sequel but not a prequel. I‘m definitely curious just not sure I‘ll pick either of those up. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 I really like things that are written in different kinds of ways so I was drawn in. 10mo
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Butterfinger Yes. 10mo
megnews @Butterfinger agreed. Sucked totally but I could only hope to have a friend who loved me enough not to let me fall into what the enemy planned. 10mo
IndoorDame @megnews @Butterfinger definitely agree! 10mo
mrp27 Oh how this broke my heart but so fitting for both Maddie and Julie. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 while I‘d want my friend to do it for me, I don‘t know if I could pull the trigger. I hope I could do that for them. 10mo
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megnews Until they mentioned that rookie mistake, I thought the whole thing was because of an accident. Once they mentioned that, I think she knew exactly what she was doing. 10mo
IndoorDame I‘m still not sure. Her real mission in France is never revealed to the reader, but Maddie tells us she knew what it was during her interview with the reporter. If that‘s true would she have been as worried as she was when Julie went incommunicado? Or was Julie lying to her too? 10mo
mrp27 At first I thought it was accidental but now I feel it was deliberate. Julie was too good to make that kind of mistake. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 I agree 10mo
megnews @IndoorDame I feel like Julie lied by omission to Maddie. Loose lips sink ships. Maddie flew but wasn‘t a part of the spy world like Julie so while she knew Julie was in a mission, she wouldn‘t have known how Julie planned to do it and probably really believed their papers got mixed up and Julie accidentally caught. 10mo
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Butterfinger They were willing to die for the other. Maddie and the plane. Julie and the made up codes. And they were willing to kill for each other. That was my big thing. I kept putting myself and Keziah, my childhood best friend, in that scene. Could I have done it? Could she? 10mo
IndoorDame I was really impressed with the strength of their friendship and how well it was written, given how little time they actually spent together. That was one of the stubble things that made the war seem real to me in this book. In another life they would be work colleges, but here they‘re family. 10mo
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Butterfinger It's a spy book. I expected that. In fact, I thought Julie was Maddie and vice versa. 10mo
IndoorDame The narrative styles were so different, it took a while for me to get my bearings again in part 2. Once I did the plots started to sync up more and I actually found it satisfying to get both girls‘ perspectives. 10mo
mrp27 As a reader it brought satisfaction as I was finally getting some answers and I was starting to have lots of a ha moments. 10mo
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Butterfinger I understand she had to keep up her act so no one would doubt, but it was a good act. If she was truly a sympathetic person, why didn't she escape and join the resistance? This plot has more holes than I thought. 10mo
megnews @Butterfinger I feel Engel got swept up in the propaganda at the beginning and was not part of the resistance but along the way some shred of humanity remained and she tried to help. I think some people have to work from the inside in order to have certain knowledge and be effective. 10mo
IndoorDame @megnews @Butterfinger I did find her to be sympathetic. She took a lot of risks, and she does say she‘s leaving the country shortly, so she‘s clearly not complacent. 10mo
mrp27 I couldn‘t figure out if she was a double agent or if she just came to see the light so to speak. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 I wasn‘t completely clear on that either. I lean toward not a double agent and didn‘t really know what she was getting into. 10mo
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Butterfinger It was her way of telling Maddie that she loves her. It was code just like Kiss me Hardy. 10mo
IndoorDame There‘s both a lot of emotional truth in the narrative, and a lot of hidden codes for her side 10mo
mrp27 Julie told her truth as she knew it and in so many different layers. Her friendship with Maddie, her commitment to the resistance. I don‘t feel we truly get to know Julie but we get to know her bravery above all else. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 @IndoorDame I agree. I think she told truth on so many layers. Clues about what she uncovered in her espionage, about her life and friendship, about her feelings. I agree we got to know her some but not completely. 10mo
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Butterfinger I just assumed it was accidental in the rush to pack. If we are to assume it was intentional, then that means they didn't want Julie to have papers and planned to sabotage her chance of survival. THEY KNEW SHE WOULD BE ARRESTED. I didn't like this question. 10mo
megnews @Butterfinger for the longest time I thought it was an accident. I think Julie did it to save Maddie and possibly to get caught. I don‘t think Maddie had a clue of this plan. 10mo
IndoorDame If it wasn‘t accidental (which I also assumed) my only guess is Julie. I had a lot of questions about this when Maddie was reading Julie‘s confession though 10mo
mrp27 I was hoping it would be made clear how and why the papers were switched. I agree there are three possibilities. Julie was set up, it was accidental or Julie did it. I like the idea best of Julie doing it herself. Shows her commitment to her duties and her heroism. 10mo
megnews @mrp27 I really think she did. 10mo
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Butterfinger I think Julie wanted to keep her identity secret. I had trouble with that type of writing at the beginning. It didn't seem real. She was writing a narrative while being tortured. Maybe it was her defiance in writing it that way. I liked Maddie's narrative better. I knew what happened and what was going on. 10mo
megnews @Butterfinger I found Maddie‘s narration easier to follow. But I loved both girls voices. Was definitely always trying to figure out what Julie was really trying to tell us. 10mo
IndoorDame Julie was definitely a complicated character. I was really struck by the scene in which she reveals her job to him in the confession, and wonders if he hadn‘t already guessed or if it would have been better to tell right away. If she hadn‘t said that I‘d have assumed that‘s what she was trying to hide for as long as possible. 10mo
sblbooks @megnews I agree part 1 was confusing I was not sure what was going going to happen 10mo
mrp27 I liked Julie‘s narrative but it was very confusing, I was constantly trying to figure it all out. I assumed she had some sort of game plan for writing her confession in 3rd person. Maddie‘s perspective of course put everything in place but I felt their voices weren‘t distinct enough from one another. (edited) 10mo
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Butterfinger He enjoys watching her be tortured. He is a sadist. The only human quality was his love of his daughter. I didn't see any redeeming qualities. 10mo
megnews @Butterfinger I can completely see people viewing it this way. But I wondered if he was trying to hold off her death because he couldn‘t stomach it because he saw his daughter in her. 10mo
IndoorDame @megnews @Butterfinger I also saw something very human in him. He backs off in the level of her torture at some point, and seems to indulge her even though it‘s clear she‘s drawing out the writing. I didn‘t necessarily equate it with his daughter, but I can definitely see that as a possible reason. 10mo
mrp27 Mostly I think it‘s because he‘s deeply conflicted and then of course him having a daughter must affect him. 10mo
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Butterfinger
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My heart is in too much pain. #YABuddyRead @megnews

Soubhiville 😢 10mo
readordierachel This book 💔 10mo
Nebklvr Yes. 10mo
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IndoorDame
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Wein does a good job here of picking a specific perspective on WWII that we don‘t get too often, making her characters come to life, and gracefully navigating that line of how devastating does it need to be to tell the story faithfully, and how redemptive does it need to be for the sake of the story.
#YABuddyRead #BBRC Teen Angst Historical Fiction #PopSugar2022 #NameOfBoardGameInTitle @megnews @LibrarianRyan

IndoorDame This was my #Bookspin this month @TheAromaofBooks 10mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 10mo
LibrarianRyan yeah. Such a good book. 10mo
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Butterfinger
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A good snow is coming so I have my books ready. #WeekendReading @Andrew65

❄️Code Name Verity #YABuddyRead
❄️Why Goats Smell Bad #Benin #ReadingAfrica2022
❄️Kiya:Rise of a New Dynasty #FoodandLit2022

BkClubCare I adored Code Name Verity! (edited) 10mo
Andrew65 I need to read the tagged book. 10mo
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megnews
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Excellently written. Characters that come alive. Heartbreaking.
#YABuddyRead

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An example of why I love reading historical fiction—always learning something new. I had no clue about this so had to look it up. Definitely want to do some more reading about it. #YABuddyRead

Crazeedi This was a terrific book and the sequel too 11mo
megnews @Crazeedi I‘m loving it and already decided I‘ll have to read the next one. 11mo
CaramelLunacy I adored this book and it made me snotty cry onnpublic transport 11mo
megnews @CaramelLunacy I‘ve got 100 pages left and I want to keep going but very anxious thinking I know the ending. 11mo
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MeJeMiller
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I‘m a sucker for a good WWII book with strong women characters and that‘s exactly what this is. Though I did get annoyed some with Maddie.

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In love with this imagery. #YAbuddyread

megnews I love Queenie‘s voice in this one and the way she tells the story. 11mo
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kspenmoll Great opening! 11mo
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Another reminder for January‘s
#YABuddyRead -discussion Sat 1/22 #MGBuddyRead- discussion Sat 1/15

Chrissyreadit I def plan to do Code Name Verity. It‘s been on my shelf forever. 11mo
IndoorDame Count me in for both 11mo
mrp27 In for verity for sure. Hope to be in for Doll Maker. 11mo
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TheBookHippie Dollmaker for sure! I own that ! Waiting in library for Verity 🤞🏻 11mo
Johanna414 I've got Code Name Verity at home, so I'm really going to try to read that one! And I'm going to see if I can get my hands on a copy of Dollmaker
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BarbaraJean Planning on both! I own Code Name Verity, and just snagged an ebook of Dollmaker from the library. 😁 11mo
LibrarianRyan thanks. 11mo
Roary47 I won‘t be able to join this month. 😢 11mo
kspenmoll Just got Code Named Verity from library. Hope to join in 11mo
Peddler410 Code Name Verity was fantastic. I just might try to fit a reread of this in. I will for sure join the conversation. 11mo
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LisaLovesToRead
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I gave up on this book a couple of times, but I kept coming back to it. It was harder to follow because I read short pieces at a time. The second half pulled me in and picked up. I am glad I stuck with it.

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Here‘s your vote for 2022 #YABuddyRead, starting with the tagged book in the upper left and moving clockwise through the year. Reminders will be posted the month prior.
All are welcome! Join in whenever you‘d like, for 1 or all the books. If you no longer wish to be tagged for #yabuddyread please let me know.

Seeking_Serenity Can you add me to your tag list please? 13mo
Johanna414 Great choices! 13mo
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Seeking_Serenity @megnews thank you ♥️ 13mo
Chrissyreadit 🙌🎉 13mo
erzascarletbookgasm Thanks! I‘ll pop in whenever I can. 13mo
Roary47 Yay!! 13mo
Deblovestoread I am going to lessen the number of monthly group reads in 2022 by would still like to be tagged if you don't mind. 13mo
megnews @Kdgordon88 will do! Join when you can 13mo
JaclynW Please tag me! 13mo
Q84 Please tag me 13mo
megnews @JaclynW @q84 will do! 13mo
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AmyK1
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@wideeyedreader and I went to our library book sale this morning. This is the first one they‘ve had since everything shut down. I think I did pretty well 😉 #bookhaul

Aims42 Wow!! Great score!!! 1y
megnews Great haul! 1y
Kenyazero Nice finds! Our Library Friends is finally having a sale in October if nothing changes after three had to be cancelled. Here's hoping it's able to happen 🤞 1y
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Iszy
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“But I have told the truth. Isn't that ironic? They sent me because I am so good at telling lies. But I have told the truth.”

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KimberlyJuracich
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I confess I‘m not a big fan of war books or movies. It‘s not something I tend to read. It took me a minute to get into this book but when I did it was awesome. It‘s definitely worth it.

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KateD1
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I just moved and currently have no internet. The upside to having no wifi? More time to focus on reading. This book was a Christmas gift so I moved it up on my ever-growing TBR.
#YA #HistoricalFiction #WWII #YoungAdultLit

TNbookworm Excellent book! 2y
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I didn‘t like this book for about 60 pages, and then I got interested. I snorted and cried and by the time I got to Part Two, the pages couldn‘t go fast enough and I caught myself reading ahead. A WWII story unlike any I‘ve read. #bookspin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
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Thanks so much for the lovely #bookmail surprise this morning @Caroline2 ! The cover is so striking on this one isn‘t it? I‘m very much looking forward to reading it.

Love the bookmarks too, and I know my husband will have his eye on those too when he comes home from work later... he‘s not allowed they‘re MINE!

I‘ll reply to your email soon too.... 😘

Caroline2 Cor that was quick! I only posted em Tuesday! Glad you like it. 😉 👍 2y
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Maybe it‘s just me and my feelings, but I had a hard time connecting with these characters. In reading the author‘s notes at the end, it seems like she worked hard to create a story that was centered around things she was interested in like female pilots and spies. Even though it‘s historical fiction not fact, it just seemed like too many fantastical events happened to give the story any plausibility, and that‘s important to me in this genre.

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I am a coward.

Interesting start!
#FirstLineFridays

pareads I've had this book for a while but plan on reading it next month. Looking forward to see what you think of it!
2y
Crazeedi Oh this is a great book 2y
Trashcanman For a second I thought you were reading from my diary. 2y
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carolpharmd
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difficult for me to get into the details....

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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1) Code Name Verity
2) Celeste Ng
3) Chicago PD (I‘m addicted)
4) Camila Cabello
5) Call Me by Shinedown

#ManicMonday #LetterC

JoScho Thanks for playing Misty 💕😊 3y
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Johanna414
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Self Imposed Quarantine Day 2 - Christmas lights, blanket nests and books on the floor...

rockpools That looks like a good day! 3y
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#MarchMadness #CourageousMC

Four books that are filled with strong women & courageous main characters who are spies & resistance fighters during WWII. I‘ve read the bottom three & the tagged book has been on my #TBR list for a while. I finally got the audiobook thinking I might get to it sooner. 📚📚📚😬📚📚📚📚

KristiAhlers I‘ve read the bottom three as well. All excellent although I think the Alice Network was my favorite 3y
LazyOwl I read The Alice Network for book club, we had a lot of great discussion on this one. Amazing what woman did in WW1 and WW2 but never received any recognition. 3y
Crazeedi Code name verity is a great book! Also the sequel too. Enjoy 3y
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Eggs Agree with @Crazeedi on Verity and sequel ❣️ 3y
Eggs There‘s a 2nd Kate Quinn that is outstanding as well 3y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Amen!!! I‘m being a lazy slug 🐌 !!! 3y
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego 🙌🏻🙌🏻 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @dgingo yes!!! 😘🤣 3y
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dgingo
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So many books, not nearly enough time. 📖🐱🐱📖

Geenie So true 3y
dgingo @Yoshi-and-a-book Right?! 💕 3y
Crazeedi Very very true 3y
dgingo @Crazeedi I wish I weren‘t working and could read right now! 3y
Crazeedi @dgingo I'm very lucky to be retired!! 3y
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Which are you? Me? I‘m neutral good, occasionally true neutral, and lawful neutral on a few rare occasions. 📖📚🔖

catiewithac Neutral good 100% 3y
catiewithac Actually, I'm neutral evil in real life 😜 3y
dgingo @catiewithac Neutral 😈?! With books or just life generally? 😉 3y
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Just started this one! I‘ve heard good things. So far it‘s a bit slow and a little hard to follow so I hope I get more into it as time goes by.

#audiobooks #whatimlisteningto

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Soubhiville I loved this book so much! 3y
Eggs @Soubhiville Have you read (edited) 3y
OriginalCyn620 Good choice! 3y
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inthegreensandblues
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An excellent audiobook! Both narrators are great and I loved hearing parts of the story from both ladies' perspectives.

Crazeedi Yep great book and so is the sequel! 3y
inthegreensandblues @Crazeedi oh there's a sequel?? But I'm on a book buying ban! 🤣🤣 3y
Crazeedi Maybe you can find on overdrive or your library? I had copies of both and donated to my library a couple years ago or I would have given to you!! 3y
inthegreensandblues @Crazeedi I will keep an eye out! 3y
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Coldish and blustery but I really needed a walk. Started the tagged book 🎧 👍

CoverToCoverGirl This picture brings to mind a book like 3y
inthegreensandblues @CoverToCoverGirl That was definitely the vibe in the wetlands today... bleak, lonely moor 😄 3y
ljuliel Cool picture ! 3y
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