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City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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WanderingBookaneer
City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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UnidragonFrag
Passing Strange | Ellen Klages
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I really loved this 1940s San Francisco setting. The characters were so compelling and that ending 👌👌 I've never read anything by Ellen Klages before, but I'm compelled to seek more out.

This was just magical lesbian goodness.

UnidragonFrag Dang! I thought I'd never read Klages before but I'm remembering I did read a Tor short by her called Wakulla Springs, which was pretty great, too! 2d
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SoniaC
Noir: A Novel | Christopher Moore
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What can I say I have absolutely loved eve I‘ve read by Christopher Moore. His sense of humor just kills me. This book continues and cements my love of his writing. So damn good.

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Bookish_B
City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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I loved this book. Just ate it up! It was a little Sex and the City in the olden days (as my friend would say) and a little Stage Door (a classic movie with Lucille Ball, Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn and Ann Miller) among other things. It was just a really deliciously written, enjoyable read.

keepingupwiththepenguins This one sounds like so much fun! 2d
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The Gown: A Novel | Jennifer Robson
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Half way through. Fantastic historical fiction. Great read for those who love history, particularly the royal family, and vintage clothing! 📖

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auntie_jenn
City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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raise your hand if you got nothing done (read) today because of tennis 🙋🏻‍♀️🎾 💔📚😩 #teamfederer

MallenNC Same! I wish it had turned out in Roger‘s favor but it was a great match. 2d
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Judybskt
City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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Next up!

Crazeedi Omg you will adore this book!❤❤ 3d
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City of Girls | Elizabeth Gilbert
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About half way through this book I was so disappointed. It was fun and frivolous, but lacked the substance of the divine “Signature of All Things”. It‘s only in the latter half of the novel that anything truly meaningful happens. But when it does, it is touching and heartfelt. It takes it‘s sweet time getting there, but in the end City of Girls delivers the substance with the style.

GenreMinxReviews Great review, love that cover!! 😍 3d
RosieBoo65 Totally agree!! 3d
Megabooks Great review! I think I‘m still going to try it. TSoAT was amazing! 3d
Cinfhen Great review and I too love your edition. 👍🏻 3d
BooknerdsLife Lovely review & beautiful photo 💖 3d
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