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Emilymdxn
American Gods | Neil Gaiman
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Thanks for the tag @PageShifter 🥰

1. I‘m totally open to it but I can‘t think of many I‘ve read recently - open to recommendations!

2. I did love the parts of American Gods set the furthest back in the past, I was just discussing that with someone today.

I tag @moll and @indiaro 😘

TheSpineView ❤️ American Gods! Thanks for playing 3d
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PathfinderNicole
American Gods | Neil Gaiman
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It‘s mine and my husband‘s anniversary (15 years of dating!) this weekend and I think he did an A+ job at his gift for me 😂😂. I love the Horizon games SO MUCH and have been wanting the tallneck LEGO set ever since they announced it and I‘m really excited about American Gods!

RaeLovesToRead 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 7d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Happy Anniversary 🎉🎊❤️ 7d
wanderinglynn Happy anniversary! 🥂🎉 7d
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Sydneypaige
White Magic | Elissa Washuta
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This book is overwhelming about a man named Carl and that‘s not what I intended to read about. I can understand his significance to the author and how he may represent lessons she works through but it didn‘t work. Much of this is reflective and not critical, and I think my expectations based on the title were off. I was hoping for a critique rather than a memoir - which is definitely a reader error.

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monalyisha
America (the Book): A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction | Jon Stewart, Ben Karlin, David Javerbaum
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I know this is LITsy not VOTEsy…but I deleted the rest of my social media for the month, so I‘m sharing this here. 😅

Proud of myself for waking up super early to vote in our local election this morning! ✌🏻

MatchlessMarie For me it‘s both because I always vote at my library 🤪 2w
vivastory 👏👏 2w
monalyisha @MatchlessMarie That‘s great! Before we moved, we voted at the Botanical Garden & it was *delightful.* Now, it‘s just at a standard Middle School. 2w
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AmyG Yay! 🙌🏻 2w
Jas16 🎉🙌🏽 2w
rachelsbrittain Love it! 2w
marleed Yea! 2w
CarolynM Well done! 2w
Amiable Yay for voting —and deleting social media! I‘m thinking about doing that as well. 2w
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Oblomov26
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Pickpick

A English journalist who has lived in America most of his life and examines the role of the nomad in American tradition from Native Americans to mountain men to hobos to the modern one percenters who cannot fit into society. And he knows his subject having lived the life for years, travelling months at a time on the road in pursuit of both stories but also a great understanding of why some people must always wander. Dated but fascinating.

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Jnnlb
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Jnnlb
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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julieclair
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I visited four new states in August: Georgia, Hawaii, Oregon and Montana. (Actually, only half of The Paris Library was set in Montana. Th other half was set in France. If France wanted to become a state, I‘d vote yes in a heartbeat!)

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Liatrek
American Gods | Neil Gaiman
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Mehso-so

Honestly not sure how I feel after reading this book. I can‘t say I enjoyed it because it was more determination to not bail that pushed me through to the end. It was really an overall meh for me 🤔

RaeLovesToRead Love your cat! And your teapots!! 🥰🥰 4w
Leftcoastzen 😻 4w
ravenlee I read it when it first came out, and had the same reaction. I‘ve thought occasionally about giving it another try but just can‘t make myself care enough. 4w
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wildwoodreads
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Happy Labor Day! What are you reading today?

I like to find some short reads that I can finish during a long weekend, so I shared a few of my favorites over on the blog. But today I‘ve been hooked on watching Riverdale, so I probably won‘t get a lot of reading done. I swear that show is addictive.

Blog post: https://wildwoodreads.com/2022/09/02/short-books-for-a-long-weekend/

perfectsinner I'm finishing up Pandora's Jar by Natalie Haynes. I'm looking forward to getting it finished-- it wasn't exactly what I had thought it would be. Up next is another book of hers, that I hope I'll like better, A Thousand Ships. 4w
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