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DaNae.Gr
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Book #11

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Creme_de_la_them
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Book #11 of the year: “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho

A great book. Easy, light fiction with a positive message and happy ending ❤️ Definitely give this a read.

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Eggs Sounds powerful 2mo
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Bekkers
Feels Like Family | Sherryl Woods
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Book #11 done for 2022. Cute, Helen is very different in the book than the show.

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Danay
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22 #11 I hated this book. I barely finished it. The current day story line held my attention a tiny bit more than the war time story. But it fell flat in the end. It was all just awful.

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Allthebookclubs
The Taste of Ginger | Mansi Shah
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I chose this book because I have good friends from India and I miss them so much; my family moved away from where they live in the US. Reading about cultures that are so different from my own is an enlightening experience for me. Shah challenged the caste system, race, and cultural expectations in this fantastically written novel. I‘ll be looking for a sequel, I want to know where Preeti goes next in her quest for self discovery. Book #11 in 2022

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bookaholic1
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#11
People have complained that this is a book with just Lyndsay and Joe. But sometimes a change is good in a series.
I loved this book jut as much as the other 17.

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limada
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This was somehow a book that I'd been waiting for. But I didn't know I was waiting. Through sharing her own struggle to find herself, and her joy, Bertinelli inspired me to think about my own journey and where, and who, I want to be. #11-2022

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crimeanddramabookaholic
A Litter of Bones | J.D. KIRK
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I joined the party late to this series.Book #11 in the DCI Logan series was recommended through Amazon, it wasn‘t until I dived deeper that I realised it was part of a longer series starting with A Litter of Bones. I‘m so glad I gave this a shot. It was such an quick easy read, the characters are brilliantly introduced and it sets things up for later in the series. If you love crime books you won‘t be disappointed.

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The How and the Why | Cynthia Hand
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Cynthia Hand, I hate you! Not really, but I was doing so well until the last 2 minutes of the audiobook, then my heart was pounding and I just burst into tears with seconds to go. Then it was over and there was no confirmed resolution! It just stopped! If you can‘t tell, I loved the book. Not really a spoiler. You should read/listen to it anyway. ##9 #BookSpinBingo #11 #AlmostAChunksterChallenge 464 pgs #BFC22 #Buzzwordathon #WintersRespite

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Sounds like the book I threw in the floor the other day! 4mo
wanderinglynn Wow, that‘s quite a recommendation! 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4mo
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