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We Hunt the Flame | Hafsah Faizal
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Now that "required reading" is over, I am ready to start some fun ???

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kierathedreamer
We Hunt the Flame | Hafsah Faizal

This book keeps losing my attention and then regaining it, only to lose it again for some reason. It‘s a shame because I was really anticipating his release, especially since it was inspired by Arabic culture and contained an enemies-to-lovers trope.
🌿 I‘m not sure if I just feel this way because I‘ve gone from a really fast paced book to a slow paced one. The beginning with enjoyable but the beginning is just so slooooow.

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Nashy
The Kiss of Deception | Mary E. Pearson
Bailedbailed

I absolutely do not like this book AT ALL. It was boring and had nothing to do with fantasy.

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SassenachTheBookWizard
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It's June which is Indigenous History Month in Canada so I wanted to make sure I read something by an Indigenous author or with an Indigenous character.

Enter this book blurbed as "Philip Pullman meets Avatar"

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MusicallyMorgan
The Last Chance Hotel | Nicki Thornton
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Dexter likes to be involved in my reading time. #doggiedreamingdexter

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JaneyWaneyB
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Mehso-so

A good instalment of the Rivers of London series. Aaronovitch always does his research and cleverly uses history to shape his stories. I like the characters and how the plot flows from one book to the next. The only thing with this book it felt a little disjointed in places and I often felt like I'd skipped a page as suddenly the subject changed or the action began. For that reason it is a 3.5 🌟 review for this book.

#Books #BookNerd #Bookaholic

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JohannaRose
Crooked Kingdom | Leigh Bardugo
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I reaaalllly loved Six of Crows and I‘m so excited that I can just jump right into the second book! I am definitely late to the game on these books but oh my gosh the first book was goooood! I think I‘m in love with Kaz Brekker 😍 and who can complain with a view like this? I love reading by the pool! ☀️

RebL It‘s never too late to pick up a good read. 1h
JohannaRose @RebL That‘s a very good point! Thank you! 😊 1h
jerra I LOVED the first but never read the second novel! Is it just as good? 1h
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JohannaRose @jerra So far, yes! I‘m not too far yet but I just love the characters! 49m
marleed Gorgeous pic! 25m
JohannaRose @marleed Thank you so much! 😊 19m
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JazzFeathers
The Treason of Isengard | John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien
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#YearOfTolkien #LOTRHistory

As far as l'm concerned, this chapter would be worth reading just for the enhacement in the history of the Dwarves 😍

Loved all the developments in this chapter. There's even a possible answer to those who always ask, but why don't the Eagels just fly Frodo to Mount Doom 😣

Daisey Looking forward to this; I‘m a bit behind at the moment. 1h
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Gizmo86
Tales of the Peculiar | Ransom Riggs
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A simply gorgeous book. I love this author and this book is amazing x

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LauraJ
Harry Potter | JK Rowling
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#WizardsUnite definitely encourages me to walk more. (That‘s 13 miles since Friday.) #bfc #BookDragons

IndoorDame Great job! 2h
Laughterhp Great job! I keep forgetting to turn it on when I go for walks! 🤦‍♀️ I can‘t multitask (walk my dog and play the game at the same time) 😂 1h
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