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archaeolibrarianologist
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kspenmoll
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The origins of Ireland‘s name. I enjoy this series so much. #librarybook #serieslove2024

TheSpineView Fantastic! 5h
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archaeolibrarianologist
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Julz422
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When it‘s too hot to read outside…I love this library 🙌

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CrowCAH
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Pickpick

This was such an enjoyable cozy mystery!

What I loved is how the JA characters stayed true to their “character” from the original text.

Can‘t wait to hear what the #BookClub says about it!

I‘ll be putting the other books in the series on the TBR.

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LitsyEvents
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repost for @dabbe

10 days until our first discussion, #Shardlakians! I am thoroughly enjoying this reread; I had forgotten so much, so it feels like a new read with a character that I deeply love. Hope you're enjoying it, too!

original post:
https://www.litsy.com/web/post/2746222

dabbe Thank you! 💙💚💙 10h
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Soubhiville
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@Librarybelle posted about this book recently, and I put a hold on the audio with my library. I recommend clicking the book title and scrolling to her review and the book dedication she posted, as they both encompass my thoughts.

Augusta is a 42 year old unmarried woman in regency England, and she and her twin sister plot rescues and solve mysteries. Adventure and a bit of romance too. I liked Gus‘ resistance to societal norms of her day.

Soubhiville @Eyelit I think you‘ll like this one! 19h
Librarybelle So glad you liked this one!! 19h
Soubhiville @Librarybelle it was fun, thanks for the recommendation and terrific review! 19h
Librarybelle You‘re welcome, and thank you! 😊 19h
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Hooked_on_books
The Colony | Audrey Magee
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Pickpick

On its surface, this is a book about a self-centered English painter mining an Irish island for his own purposes. At deeper depths, it‘s an exploration of colonialism and relations between colonizing nations. I thought it was fascinating.

sarahbarnes Agree. Great review. 13h
squirrelbrain I loved this! ❤️ 12h
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Ddzmini
Keeper of the Heart | Johanna Lindsey
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Great read as a sequel to Warrior‘s woman where Tedra‘s Shanelle discovers her match in Falon great characters and storyline

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BarbaraJean
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#5JoysFriday!

1. Attending the diocese-wide EfM graduation, seeing our group‘s graduates be recognized for all their hard work
2. Taking pictures of one of our graduates after said graduation with a statue that for some reason was sitting in the parking garage
3. Attending a play with a longtime friend, in a gorgeous outdoor venue
4. Finishing this Bibliophile puzzle—a (very) late birthday gift
5. Reading the tagged book—so much hilarity and joy!

KadaGul @BarbaraJean Looks 👀like you had an amazingly refreshing 😌and fun 🤩 -filled week. 😌😊❤️ 1d
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