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Gina
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So I am reading this NON fiction book on sleep disorders, I turn the page annnnddddd... floating eyeballs... I'm 5 parts grossed out and 5 parts fascinated... bring it on!

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emileereads
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3.5/5⭐️

violabrain This book is so amazing! Everyone should read it! 6d
emileereads @violabrain It made me feel guilty about my sleep! But it was motivating too! 6d
violabrain @emileereads That‘s the point! :) As a society, we have lost sight of the fact that getting enough sleep is the number one most important factor in maintaining good health. We all need to vastly reevaluate our lives so we can prioritize sleep above all else (if we care about our health, that is. If we don‘t, we should carry on as we are now! 😂). 6d
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LittleMummyMe
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An interesting book...a bit worrying for those of us that don't sleep enough.

violabrain This book is amazing! Everyone should read this book! 1w
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Addison_Reads
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Pickpick

To try and explain what made this book a pick for me would be difficult since I'm still not entirely sure why myself. I wasn't a fan of the main character, but there were parts of her bleak outlook on things that I found relatable and honest. This book is weird and unlike any I've read, but from the first page I just had to keep reading.

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TheDaysGoBy
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1. Curious, committed, engaged
2. Probably at night on the couch (I can‘t in bed because I always seem to fall asleep 😂). Or I‘m the summer, poolside
3. I‘ve taken 2020 slow so far so the tagged book is the best (and only) book I‘ve read so far. There is no worst
4. Everyone should join in on the fun!

#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

Eggs Thanks for playing!! I love poolside reading too 📚📚 2w
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Laru79
The Dreamers | Karen Thompson Walker
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This was a beautiful book to read. It‘s written in a way that makes you just want to keep reading. I enjoyed it as much as her first. The concept is engaging too, a sleeping sickness takes over the town, so you have to keep reading to find out what happens. It had a kind of thoughtful ending - what do the dreams mean and what did it mean that some people, like Annie, didn‘t dream? Or was she just saying she didn‘t? Hmm....

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heyitsMacall
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This book is less like a textbook and more like the peer reviewed article you need to perfectly defend your paper. I love sleep and nutrition as recommendations for patients and my recommendations will be a lot clearer now!

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TheDaysGoBy
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Finished this up at work today. It was so interesting! I kept quoting the things I learned back at family and friends. I‘ve always had an interest in sleep/dreams and this selves into all the details to why we need sleep. Needless to say, I‘m now highly concerned about the insufficient sleep I‘ve been getting 😂

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Laru79
The Dreamers: A Novel | Karen Thompson Walker
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So excited to read this - it‘s been on my the pile for so long. I loved The age of miracles so have high hopes for this one