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Reader6691
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More #stats from my #2018 in books on Goodreads.

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Reader6691
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My #2018 in books on Goodreads.

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LeticiaToraci
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The Wrap-up of 2018 Reading Bingo Challenge by r/fantasy is #readingbingo #2018 in my blog: leticiatoraci.wordpress.com

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Monique
GoGo Monster | Taiyo Matsumoto
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#TopTenoftheYear #2018 countdown: #4
A strange sci-fi/fantasy involving spirits and other realities. Mastsumoto is such a master at creating atmosphere I can still feel the story. The panels are dynamic, gorgeous, and unsettling. Go Go Monster is one of my favorite comics I‘ve ever read.

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CoffeeNBooks
The Air You Breathe: A Novel | Frances de Pontes Peebles
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this #historicalfiction novel about the unlikely friendship between Graça and Dores in 1930s Brazil, their journey to become samba musicians, and how that journey is different for each of them.
Another great #BOTMBuddyRead! @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie
#LitsyAtoZ #A @BookishMarginalia #ReadingThroughTheYears192021 #2018

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻📚🙌🏻📚 9mo
kspenmoll I loved it too. Just a few pages left. Nice review! 9mo
positivelybrianareads I keep trying to get into this book . But I‘m having such a hard time 😩 9mo
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Monique
Hostage | Guy Delisle
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#TopTenoftheYear #2018 countdown: #5
One of the last books I read in 2018, Hostage has incredible atmosphere and structure. Delisle really hits the mark with this one, balancing the pacing and narrative expertly. If you enjoy biographical works, add this one to your reading list.

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Monique
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#TopTenoftheYear #2018 countdown: #6
A very lovely, charming comic created by a transgender woman living in Japan. This autobiographical look at this woman‘s life from childhood to marriage is a wonderful perspective to read. ❤️

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Monique
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#TopTenoftheYear #2018 countdown: #7
The beautiful little book that started my obsession with all things succulents. I love the layout and the photographs and the obvious passion radiating off of every page. It‘s also one of the few nonfiction books I read (and finished) last year.

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Monique
Femme | Marshall Thornton
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#TopTenoftheYear #2018 countdown: #8
I love a good romantic comedy, especially if the MC is a bit of a smart-ass. I‘d love to read more by Marshall Thornton as I find his sense of humor delightful, and his stories well written.

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Monique
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#Top10oftheYear #2018 Count down: #9
On of the first books I read last year and one of my favourites. I‘m pretty sure I reread this one several times. It‘s a cute romance, coming of age story that‘s a bit cliche, but filled will lots of fun, interesting characters. If you enjoyed Simon vs Homosapien Agenda, be sure to check this one out as well.