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Bekkers
Waking Up in Charleston | Sherryl Woods
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Book #37 cute fun summer read

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Allthebookclubs
The Rise of Light | Olivia Hawker
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Mehso-so

Hello religion in the 70s in the middle of nowhere Idaho… This was quite the interesting tale. Gad was infuriating, I can‘t imagine growing up under that oppression. Aran‘s cowardice had me constantly shaking my head. My frustrations came because I didn‘t grow up in that kind of household. Book #37 in 2022

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bookaholic1
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#37
This was confusing to me at first, but once I caught on it turned out to be very good.

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limada
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Another Bookmobile Cat Mystery. I really enjoy the anthropomorphizing of the cat character. Eddie is definitely a character. And much more logical than the main character but I'm growing fond of Minnie also. I'm sure by the end of the series I'll find her adorable. Or I'll wish she'd never existed. #37-2022

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Danay
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22 #37 I usually hate paranormal stories. But this series is so well done that I really like it. It‘s southern and sweet and not over the top with the ghosts and goblins. Lol

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Gissy
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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I read this one long time ago so this re-read was like the first time. This novel can be annoying and controversial in the treatment/position of women in that era; religion; and the cheesy romance we see. But maybe I love it because of that, a general overview of the era. Jane was different, trying to be genuine, independent even in that historical circumstance. Still she lived in the era, so you will see those traces. I still loved it 5⭐️

Gissy Live these editions.I read the edition in the center. Still want some other pretty editions.
Reading hours 19x10 points=190 points
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190 (hours read x10 points) =1330
No theme related 5 points
Movie Watched 5 points
Litsy post 1 point

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SproutingTheSeed
The Healer's Apprentice | Melanie Dickerson
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Mehso-so

Book #37 in 2021

A reimagined tale of “Sleeping Beauty” with some fun, unique twists. While the story was engaging sometimes it felt trite and used more “telling” rather than “showing” of emotions. I enjoy Melanie Dickerson‘s books for their ease to follow and escape reality for a while. Always a sweet happy ending in a world of harsh realities.

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ShelbyA7
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Book #37: 🎧 Audiobook. So cool to learn more about Busy‘s experiences and perspectives. I‘ve known her mainly from Dawson‘s Creek and Freaks & Geeks. I wish she had talked more about HER (not Katie Holmes lol) experience on Dawson‘s Creek only because I love that show. I had no idea about her involvement in Blades of Glory. Her birth story was absolutely terrifying. I‘ve now added Cougar Town and Girls5eva to my watch list.

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Danay
The Last Illusion | Rhys Bowen
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21 #37 I am behind on posting my finished books. Home renovations are killing me. I‘m behind on everything!

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bookaholic1
Mom Said Kill | Burl Barer
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#37
What a horrible mother