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vivastory
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Lucy_Anywhere I really enjoyed this book! 2h
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BestDogDad
The Long Tomorrow | Leigh Brackett
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This was a good classic post-apocalyptic novel, but not one of my favorites from the 1950s. I thought the writing was great but I just couldn't understand the motivations of the main characters at times. I would still recommend this despite some of my frustrations with it.

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Laughterhp
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Hubby‘s home, which means I have to watch more “adult” Halloween movies 😂

He thought this was going to scare me. I wasn‘t scared watching it, but we‘ll see when I go to sleep tonight.

#teamstoker #scarathlon +2pts

TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 5h
Suet624 That version is creepy, for sure, but the remake was even scarier. 5h
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xicanti
Jaran | Kate Elliott
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I stopped in at McDonald‘s for a free cappuccino and a chapter of JARAN. The book‘s great so far; immersive and well balanced between its wider science fictional setting and the pre-first-(official)-contact culture the protagonist finds herself in. I‘m excited to read on.

I won a muffin on Monopoly, too! Hurray!

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xicanti
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I finished MASTER & APPRENTICE on today‘s #audiowalk! The general setup was fun, as always, and I enjoyed it overall, but I still haven‘t found a Claudia Gray novel that hits me as hard as BLOODLINE did. I shouldn‘t have started there. It‘s made all these other perfectly good books pale in comparison.

ALSO, I‘m disappointed we never learned who Qui-Gon fell in love with. THIS IS IMPORTANT INFORMATION, CLAUDIA GRAY.

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Lauranahe
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Y‘all, this book is taking FOREVER. Meanwhile books keep coming in from the library, and they‘re piling up! I have 150 pages left. Let‘s do this!

Hazel2019 I‘m in the same boat with 1Q84! I love the book but it‘s 950 pages!!!! 📖 😬 7h
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Squidapus
Dark Deeds | Mike Brooks
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Another exciting journey for the crew of the Keiko! The characters are still wonderful and the author includes even more representation. And man the crew just can't catch a break; nothing ever goes right for them. Which might actually be the thing that bothered Squidapus about this book. He has no idea where the crew can go from here after all the consequences at the end. And if this is the final Keiko adventure, it leaves a bad taste in his beak

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suzie.reads
Succession: L'intgrale | Scott Westerfeld
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Completed the #20booksby2020 challenge already 😁 Really enjoyed this challenge it was a great idea!
@megnews @Cinfhen @Samplergal @MelissaSue81 @hes7 @AnneCecilie

hes7 Way to go! 🎉 9h
suzie.reads @hes7 thanks 🙂 8h
Cinfhen Woohoo 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼impressive 7h
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brilliantglow
Leviathan Wakes | James S. A. Corey
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Did a thing today with my brother and a friend. $97 for everything at the goodwill bookstore. Did not mean to buy so many but here we are. #bookhaul

Bookishthoughts It really does "Just happen." ? once you've locked eyes there's no going back. 9h
brilliantglow @Bookishthoughts honestly! I took one tote with me and didn't expect to even fill that... came back with three totes lol 9h
StayCurious It‘s ok - this is a safe place for those types of posts 🤗 8h
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mutlee
Caliban's War | James S.A. Corey
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Similar review as book 1. Great story, but I think the show does it better. I did appreciate the additional POVs. But, in the show the actors bring so much life to the characters, who fall a little flat in the book.