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Ambush or Adore | Gail Carriger
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Andrew65 A great selection of books. 4mo
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#12Booksof2021 @Andrew65 #September
I'm a bit behind! The last three months of the year was a reading drop off for me. But this is the second book in this series and I really enjoyed it

BiblioLitten Ah the City Palace on the cover💙 5mo
Andrew65 Looks a great read. 5mo
Crazeedi @BiblioLitten thanks for enlightening me! Beautiful! 5mo
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A Ghost in the Throat | Doireann Ni Ghriofa
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#12Booksof2021 #September

I didn't read a many books as usual in September, but 3 of the 5 were among my favourites of the year:

📚 A Ghost in the Throat
📚 Blaze Island
📚 The House in the Cerulean Sea

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This was my favorite book from #September. This was only my second book by Feeney, and I plan to read more!


Andrew65 Great book. 5mo
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#12booksof2021 #9 #September

Raw,honest, emotional memoir of a black woman, the trauma she experienced from sexual abuse as a child & throughout her life, her healing process & redemption. Her life work is helping young black women like she once was, learn to love themselves, scars & all.

Andrew65 Looks good. 5mo
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A Crack in the Wall | Claudia Pieiro, Miranda France
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#12booksof2021 #September @Andrew65
Bit late in the day as I was finishing my 1st bk of 22 then watched the Harry Potter programme, can it really be 20 years ago that I went to cinema with a 6 yr old and was reading philosopher's stone to her.
Anyway Sept + my 5* was Passing but here is a shout out for an Argentinian crime/psychological story which I really enjoyed.

Andrew65 Looks good, stacked. Where did those twenty years go. 5mo
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The Red Right Hand | Joel Townsley Rogers
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#12Booksof2021 In #September I read one of the strangest, & memorable, crime novels of the year: Joel Townsley Rogers' The Red Right Hand. Title is based on a Milton line & as Lansdale said, “is a bit of a hallucinogenic adventure.“ I also immediately jumped into the second book in Yancey's trilogy after loving The Monstrumologist. The Wendigo was as gritty & unsettling as the first one. Even more so. At the time it gave me Malignant vibes.👇

vivastory Honorable mentions for the month: Monstrumologist, Sullivan's Pulphead, Shipp's Bedfellow, Scalzi's Old Man's War. @andrew65 5mo
Megabooks I enjoyed old man‘s war as well, but I never followed through with the series. 5mo
vivastory @Megabooks I have read, & enjoyed, other books by Scalzi but I also haven't continued the series. Maybe one day 5mo
Andrew65 Good choices. 5mo
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The Personal Librarian | Marie Benedict, Victoria Christopher Murray
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#September #12BooksOf2021

This was a fascinating historical fiction look at the personal librarian of American financier JP Morgan. And, the fact that she had secrets of her own…amazing! I loved learning Belle‘s story and would really love to learn more!

IndoorDame I just read someone‘s post yesterday about a nonfiction biography of her. Apparently it‘s a bit tricky to find, and a bit dense so I‘m keeping this one on my TBR for the moment, but it might be just what you‘re looking for. 5mo
Librarybelle Thanks, @IndoorDame ! I‘ll look for it! 5mo
Andrew65 Stacked. 5mo
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Inimitable Jeeves | P G Wodehouse
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I listened to the 2nd Jeeves on audiobook in #September and it was just the light, clever listen I was looking for. I highly recommend audio for these: I read the first in print and didn‘t find it nearly as enjoyable as actually hearing the quick British wit.


Ruthiella I just read this this month and laughed out loud many times! 😂😂😂 5mo
Andrew65 Great books. 5mo
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Great Circle | Maggie Shipstead
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#September #9thbookof2021 was another month with several amazing reads, but I landed on this as the best of the month.

Honorable mentions: Ace by Angela Chen, The Bass Rock by Evie Wyld


Suet624 In the midst of this right now. 5mo
AnneCecilie @Suet624 How do you find it? 5mo
Suet624 @AnneCecilie I‘m enjoying it but wishing it weren‘t quite so long. 😀 5mo
Andrew65 Looks good. 5mo
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