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arubabookwoman
Defining Dulcie | Paul Acampora
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It's been a while since there's been a Dulci sighting on Litsy. She's nearly 2.

AlaMich She‘s adorable!! ❤️ 2d
IndoorDame Awww 🥰 Hi Dulci! 2d
LeahBergen Sweet girl!! 2d
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Kappadeemom So cute!! 2d
Leftcoastzen So cute! 🐶👏 2d
Megabooks What a cutie! 🤩 2d
BarbaraBB 😍😍 2d
batsy Adorable! 2d
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vonnie862
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Just letting my team members know that I received the next book.

@smalldogs_bigbooks2419 @Bookwormjillk
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#litsymarkup #round16 #groupC #LMPBC

Bookwormjillk That was fast! USPS is on the ball this week. 3d
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Karisa
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Pickpick

Travel, found family, quirky characters, warm fuzzies… this book checked a lot of my boxes for things I gravitate to in books.

It‘s about a widow who finally has the chance to make her own decisions and decides to take a trip to America to better understand her son. I also liked that I learned a few things about Bangladesh‘s history too. Maybe a couple too many POV characters, but other than that an excellent, fast read.

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Bookwormjillk
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Pickpick

The wistfulness of these characters made it a perfect Thanksgiving week read. I hope the rest of my#LMPBC group enjoys it as well. It‘s going in the mail today!

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Mdion1993
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Mehso-so

After his recent release from a juvenile facility, Emmett‘s plans to take his eight year old brother, Billy, to California are derailed when two stowaways steal his studebaker and flee to New York.

Odyssey ✨ Debts ✨ Multilayered

NOTES: This book is long! The overall build up felt dull, but the last 100 pages took me for a loop in a good way. The ending felt jarring and left me thinking. I‘m just not sure it‘s worth the 600 page commitment.

TheSpineView I agree. Too verbose. 2w
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nosferatu
Tschick | Wolfgang Herrndorf
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Pickpick

Possibly my favourite German YA novel, trying to read it with my grade 9 in the next few weeks.

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Nebklvr
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Pickpick

This book made me ugly cry right before work. It is such a beautiful look at found family, friendship, acceptance, and grief.

Daisey I loved this one! 💕 3w
Nebklvr @Daisey Yes. So glad the school librarian recommended this one. 3w
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JillR
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Pickpick

Oh I did like this. A great sprawling novel of a road trip gone awry - which actually doesn‘t sprawl in some ways, as the story takes place over little more than a week - yet it feels huge in scope. I love the gentle humour in Amor Towles‘ writing. A book to read in big greedy chunks during some time off this week, I came to love all the characters and wasn‘t ready to let them go.

squirrelbrain Great review - I liked this one too! 1mo
JillR @squirrelbrain I loved A Gentleman in Moscow, but for some reason I didn‘t really fancy this one, so it was a lovely surprise to love it! 1mo
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erickahhh
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Panpan

I am sadly disappointed with this one. This novel was a bit long and wordy. The protagonists go on a journey, much like the ones referenced in the book. The history they discuss is a little bit more interesting than their journey. The characters were great but the story development was a little boring.

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Aimeesue
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That was a heck of an ending. Thoroughly enjoyed the audio. Also, I now need a yellow Studebaker.