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book_princessBritt
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WHELP. Just finished this riveting read. What an amazing reflection of our 21st century internet culture within a sci-fi story! Second book finished in #24in48

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book_princessBritt
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Cruising through the audiobook while Dez and I make dinner for #24in48

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book_princessBritt
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Switching to an audio book for #24in48 to spend post storm time with my adventure babe

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book_princessBritt
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Reading stack for #24in48 ! Excited to take part in this adventure. Also got my audio hold in for the Hank Green book just in time!

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Victoriahoperose
Follow Me Back | A. V. Geiger
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this book. The story is about a famous musician and a girl with severe anxiety disorders due to recent trauma in her life. They connect on Twitter and it turns into something dark. I love how this came together - lots of twists and very creepy and I didn‘t see the ending coming together the way it did at all!

allureofbeauty That‘s on my tbr. 1w
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Carleneishere
Just for Clicks | Kara Mcdowell
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Claire and Poppy are twins that grew up in the spotlight of their moms fashion and Mommy Blog. Now they‘re 17, and Claire wants a normal private life, while Poppy wants to be a star. I can‘t help but wonder if Paige and Alex Drummond (the Pioneer Woman‘s daughters) have read this. So far, it‘s a really cute YA story about the role technology plays in our relationships and self worth.

Carleneishere ⚠️ A warning for some of you: there are quite a few typos in my Kindle version of this! ⚠️ 1w
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Come-read-with-me
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Mehso-so

This is another one of those books I wanted to love, but sadly didn‘t. I‘d wanted it to truly be a satirical look at media-based life, instead it became a somewhat vacuous examination of a woman living her best Instagram life. Maybe I‘m just not savvy enough about social media to truly appreciate the overall story. The write creates an intriguing concept but I just couldn‘t get behind the story.

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Copwithabook
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Pickpick

Holy shit you guys, this book was amazing! I wasn‘t expecting to like it this much. I wasn‘t able to push pause on this audio. Seriously, you need to read/listen right now. It‘s a perfect summer fun read.

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dariazeoli
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Litsy doesn‘t count, right? 🤔

Bookcation74 Deleting Facebook was one of my best decisions so far this year! 2w
Texreader I couldn‘t live without Litsy! 2w
Molly_the_mezzo I don‘t use anything but Litsy, which I don‘t think counts! 2w
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Crazeedi I am ready to delete everything but litsy! 2w
Megabooks Nope! 2w
Megabooks @Bookcation74 I did 4ish years ago, and I don‘t miss it at all! 2w
kspenmoll Never!!!! We need Litsy - it‘s people!!!‘❤️ 2w
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staci.reads
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Great story, excellent pacing, just enough mystery to be compelling. Green explores how social media has changed human, society, fame, and news. He also speculates how our polarized society would react to contact from outside our planet. His style is casual and conversational, so I could see it turning some readers off, but I found it very readable.

MusicallyMorgan I adore this book!! 3w
staci.reads @MusicallyMorgan Me too! It was hard to put down. 2w
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