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amsu311
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Mehso-so

Preferred the 1st one.

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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
Space Trash Vol. 1 | Jenn Woodall
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Pickpick

Finished this while my baby played w/ her blocks! There's a lot of set up in this 1st volume about a dystopian high school on the moon for delinquent students; the plot doesn't get going until near the end. But aesthetically & artistically I loved this so much I didn't care. It feels simultaneously futuristic yet retro, punk and outer space influenced. The dialogue is sharp and funny. I can't wait to see where the three girls go in the next book!

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Sydneypaige
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It‘s a yes from me!!! I will read anything in this universe (which is great because I think the author is officially signed for two other books in this universe). Originally this was the second in a duology, but with the way it ends, I could see both it being the end of Xingyin‘s story, or I can see where the author could continue on with her. Either way, I‘m always captivated by the mythology, the adventure, the love and the twists & turns.

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EatSleepRead
Artemisa | Andy Weir
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Pickpick

Great book with a good amount of sci fi and snark.

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mandarchy
Nigel and the Moon | Antwan Eady
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Pickpick

Nice story about a child who has anxiety about sharing their dream careers. They have 3 ideas. And additional shame about their parents' jobs. But all I can think about is that there are schools that don't have their own library. I'm sure it's normal, but it just makes my heart ache. Every child should have access to a library and a teacher-librarian. Just my opinion.

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Bookish_Gal

Love is a privilege, not a possession. We can‘t control our own feelings, much less those of others. Sometimes love means letting go - for yourself, if not for them.

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Bookish_Gal
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Pickpick

Beautiful sequel that encompasses the passion of love and standing up for yourself. This book was just as powerful as the first, and still brought more. The stakes were different, yet just as powerful and impactful. This love triangle drove me crazy, yet her choice felt so raw and real by the end. Xingyin is a powerful and complicated woman. She is vulnerable and incredibly independent.

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deliasson
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Pickpick

The ending of this book was amazing! I got very teary eyed at certain points of this book, definitely a pick!

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cerijones
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Loved the first book of this series and have beem really looking forward to getting to this one so its the perfect second book of 2023.

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Bookgoil
Space Trash Vol. 1 | Jenn Woodall
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I read 49 books in December, lots of fantastic audiobooks and graphic novels to finish out the year.

Some of my faves:

-Lavender House
-Wicked House
-From Dust a Flame
-Space Trash v 1
-Invisible
-Enemies
-Victory Stand
-The Atlas Six

And rereading The Consumption of Magic again even if it broke my heart.

kspenmoll 🎉🎉 1mo
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