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vonnie862
Winter Counts: A Novel | David Heska Wanbli Weiden
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Pickpick

So glad to have finally read this book. It was thrilling and eye opening. I loved how hard Virgil tried to save his nephew while describing life in the Lakota reservation in South Dakota. But what I appreciated that this book brought to life all the injustices and tragedies that Native American people still go through. ⭐⭐⭐⭐
#wgwordsearch 140pts #WinterGames2021 #teamgamesleighers +16pts @StayCurious #BookSpinBingo #18 @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 1mo
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Andrew65
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#Yellow #GratefulHarvest

#18 in the Aubrey / Maturin Series.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💛🙌🏻📚 2mo
Eggs Brilliant 💛📚💛 2mo
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DGRachel
Booked | Kwame Alexander
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Initial proposed list for #Booked2022 #Summer
#13-include a recipe: The Diva Runs Out of Thyme
#14-set in Canada: The Matchmaker‘s List
#15-involves exploration: The Arctic Fury
#16-about sisters: The Once and Future Witches
#17-New in 2022: Sloth Sleeps Over
#18-set in an inn, lodge, or hotel: Jamaica Inn

Cinfhen I like that your mixing lots of genres 😁💕📚 2mo
DGRachel @Cinfhen I don‘t think I could fill all the prompts with just one or even just my favorite genres, but I did try to pick ones that I thought I had a reasonable chance of enjoying. 🤓 2mo
Cinfhen I just read so “vanilla”, it‘s either literary fiction of NF/ memoir - I don‘t mix it up much 2mo
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DGRachel @Cinfhen The two you read most are the two I avoid like the plague. I‘ll do memoir via audiobook but otherwise, no thank you. 🤣🤣🤣 2mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage More great ideas! 2mo
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DieAReader
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#Challenge2021

Love, love, love this series! I‘m all caught up until the next (#18) release in Feb ‘22.

CoverToCoverGirl Oh the wait! It‘ll seem like forever. 🙂 2mo
DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl So true!🥺 I‘m hoping to have no problems distracting myself with other books😏🤓📚🎧 I‘m already signed up for #WinterGames too so that will help a lot with #MountTBR (edited) 2mo
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vonnie862
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow | Washington Irving
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Mehso-so

Finally got around to reading this classic. After watching various adaptations of the tale, it's nice to learn the real ending of Ichabod Crane.
#classic #18 #spookoween #BookSpinBingo
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3mo
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Serenity_Within86
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Book #18

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Creme_de_la_them
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Pickpick

Book #18 of the year: “The Stone Sky” by NK Jemisin

This is the final book in the Broken Earth trilogy. I highly recommend giving the series a read.

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Blueberry
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#18 so I obviously like the series. But I can't figure out why a character traveling to San Jose, CA is flying into Los Angeles/Long Beach which is 7 hrs away as opposed to San Francisco which is about 45 min away.
@NataliePatalie

Blueberry Chap 6: the character is now said to be flying into the John Wayne Airport which is a third different airport in the L.A. area. 🤔 5mo
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SaraBeth_RN
Henry | Tony Riches
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Book #18 of 2021. This was my favorite of Tony Riches‘ Tudor Trilogy. 💙

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Allylu
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Another great story of remarkable women serving their countries and the trials they went through to get it done. Great characters, intriguing story! It added to my fascination with stories of women who were spies! #100YEARS100BOOKS #91 #TAILSandTALESforADULTS #18 #BookSpinBingo #6 #BFC21 #5

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! 6mo
wanderinglynn I enjoyed this one too. 👍🏻 6mo
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