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Emilymdxn
Afghanistan | Ruth Bjorklund
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Pleased to announce I‘ve finally eaten some Afghan food for #foodandlit this month! My boyfriend saw this food truck on the way to work and we had to walk to the site three different times after failing to find its opening hours online. It was worth it though - I had a chapti kebab wrap which was something I‘ve never tried before, really really nice.

@Texreader @Catsandbooks @Butterfinger

Tamra How fun! I had a favorite Afghani restaurant and it closed years ago. 😢 (edited) 4h
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Cinfhen
Walking the Nile | Levison Wood
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After traveling with Levison through the Arabian Desert, I‘m super psyched to be Walking The Nile with him for #ReadingAfrica22 😊

jenniferw88 It's a good one! 8h
squirrelbrain I have this on my shelf to read too..I think it fits a #booked2022 prompt - about an exploration,or similar? 8h
Librarybelle Hope you enjoy! 8h
Cinfhen He‘s such an engaging storyteller @jenniferw88 @squirrelbrain @Librarybelle @BarbaraBB and he has a fabulous sense of humor / which I really adore 7h
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DebinHawaii
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Yesterday‘s library #bookhaul It was part of my first post COVID errands & required a long nap afterwards. 😵 I went to pick up my holds, The Verifiers & Fire in the Sea & then found the tagged book which I have been wanting to read, a small graphic novel & the plant-centered cookbook.
A good little haul—the 📚🐔 approves.

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Ericalambbrown
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Oh the irony. Who knew the architect of the Vietnam war invented seat belts in cars when he worked for Ford? I sure didn‘t.

Texreader Wow that‘s shocking! The things you learn while reading…🤔 14h
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Jilly6183
Portlandia: A Guide for Visitors | Carrie Brownstein, Fred Armisen
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I'm in Portland OR for a two-day work conference. Do you think I have enough reading material? 😂

If you have any Portland must-dos, let me know!

mdm139 Never been there, but Voodoo donut and Powell books are goals 16h
Jilly6183 @mdm139 two in those stack came from Powell's and I can confirm that it is amazing! I haven't done Voodoo Donuts because the locals kept telling me Blue Star was better and to their credit I'll dream about those donuts in the future 🤤😂 2h
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Magdalenka
Food Trails | Lonely Planet Food
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I travel for food ! This was amazing read !

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kplovesbooks
Wish You Were Here | Jodi Picoult
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Mehso-so

Okay-good is the best I can say here. 🤷 I liked some parts...the sobering reminder of the early days of COVID was well done, and there's the mother of all plot twists that happens at 59%. But the rest of the book is just blah to me. And I didn't like the main character at all, so that didn't help!

CaitlinR I‘m not a Picoult fan, so I feel your pain 🙂 19h
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Victoriahoperose
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Pickpick

I liked this one better than Beach Read. I loved the way she incorporated different places into this book. The locations really became like another character. I liked Poppy and Alex and how everything came together. It was a cute story and a fun summer book to read. I thought it was mostly predictable, but I still enjoyed it!

AileenRR Sometimes predictable is exactly what we need 24h
Victoriahoperose @AileenRR so true 😊 24h
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TheBookHippie
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❤️

julieclair So true!! 😂 1d
Hooked_on_books That‘s awesome 21h
RaeLovesToRead I love this! 🤣🤣 20h
sisilia Hahahaha same here 19h
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violabrain
In Other Words | Jhumpa Lahiri
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I love everything she writes. This is a remarkable meditation on language, reading, writing, art, identity, and so much more.