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Marni
Red Queen | Victoria Aveyard
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Being at work on the first day of the #booklyreadathon means audiobooks are the way to go. This one has captivated me!

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reiddecillia
Nine | Zach Hines
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Mehso-so

This book is a bit on the fence for me. I thoroughly enjoyed the unique plot device and setting of Nine, but it was lacking in a few areas, mainly being, backstory. The book places us right into this world, which is fine, but at no point is it explained how this world came to be, it‘s only hinted at. Other than that and a few plot holes, this book did keep me reading for about a month. There‘s really no need for a sequel, but a prequel fits well.

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BibliophileMagick
Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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Pickpick

I really liked this book! The idea of a world like this is strange, scary, but intriguing. I don‘t like the idea that you can die so violently because it‘s your time to die.

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Nessavamusic
Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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Pickpick

This was such a cool premise. A future where this is no dying except by the hand of Scythes. A dark YA fantasy with mild romantic elements. I look forward to continuing the series eventually! Also 10 of 10 books read for my #JumpStart2020 reading goal! Yay!

Cinfhen 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 14h
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LadyBird
The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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I greatly enjoyed reading Atwood's, "The Testaments". The multi person perspective was very enjoyable and made it a quick read.

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Bookworm54
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My goals for #JumpStart2020 were to read for 1 hour a day, and to complete two books (River Marked and Influential Magic) that I had already started.

I managed to stick to my 1 hour per day (except for today) and surpassed my goal of finishing the original 2 books, by finishing 4 books, getting 50% of the way through The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, and about a third of the way through The Good, the Bad, and the Undead.

Thanks for the kick! :)

hexytome I'm on River Marked now. Loved The Good, The Bad, & The Undead 20h
Lizpixie Well done! I‘m so happy it helped to start your reading year off right!🙌 17h
Clwojick Way to go! You crushed this Readathon! 15h
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Nessavamusic
Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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1. Listening to tagged, also reading A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian
2. I mainly but ebooks, but I go to Barnes & Noble a lot. I really want to go to The Ripped Bodice in CA someday
3. American Dreamer by Adrianna Herrera and the newest Ilona Andrews book
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

Michollio The Ripped Bodice is awesome! Highly recommend. 1d
DrJAdMerricksson Currently reading A Beginning At the End by Mike Chen and Runes for Writers by Marc Graham. I love all bookstores!! Thanks to health, I usually have to default to Amazon and my Kindle. Next up is Dead Ringer by Kat Ross. 22h
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Vee_Bookish
The Jewel | Amy Ewing
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Pickpick

A cross between Handmaid's Tale and Wither, this is a dark tale of court gossip and secrets in a dystopia world. I would only recommend this for older YA readers due to content and there is some insta love (gross). (19/01/2020, 4⭐)

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awesomehreen
The Selection | Kiera Cass
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I have yet to meet someone who does not like this book or series. It was absolutely magical!

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Michellesibs
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Mehso-so

Book three in the six book Breeders Series, a dystopian world where just one out of nine births are females, girls are a rarity.
See my full review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3105871669

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