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Michollio
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It's been a bit since I read the first book, so it took me a minute to get into. These books have some great characters. This was a great story about giving people chances and really getting to know them. And I need to stop reading books that make me want to cry at work.

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Michollio
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Pickpick

This was a lovely end to the series. Everyone's issues really got wrapped up by the end and there were some delightful connections. It wasn't perfect, but it was great. I so enjoy this series.

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Michollio
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January wrap up:
28 books
#BookishBingo: 19/24 with 4 bingos
#MonthlyKeyWordGXO: 3/6

Progress:
#Pop20: 22/50
#AtoZ: 15/26
2020: 28

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Michollio
Talk Sweetly to Me | Courtney Milan
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Pickpick

This one was great. I wish it had been a novel instead of a novella. I would love to see more of their story.

#Pop20: Pink cover
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Michollio
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Pickpick

I haven't read this in several years, and I'd forgotten how uncomfortably personal it was. The artwork was great, and there was an explanation in the back of how they adapted it.

#BookishBingo: About the Holocaust
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Lauredhel
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Oops! I tripped and fell on yet another 2020 reading challenge. #litsyatoz #atoz #litsyatoz2020

LeticiaToraci This is a challenge I do every year and always forget to post about. 4w
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Michollio
The Countess Conspiracy | Courtney Milan
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Pickpick

Ooof. This one hit me where it hurts, over and over again. There was a lot of pain in this one, as the main two characters had continually been told that they were never good enough.

#Pop20: More than 20 letters in the title
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Michollio
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Pickpick

An interesting little book, mostly because of what people asked their librarians in the 1940s to 1970s. Some of them were based on events happening at the time, and some of them seemed completely random. The premise intrigued me, and as a librarian I wanted to see the difference in what was asked then and now.

#Pop20: Bird on the cover
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Michollio
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Mehso-so

I didn't like this one nearly as much as her others. This is her first, and it was more philosophical and preachy. I preferred the others, which was much more about learning about death and death rituals. I still learned some things from this one, but I didn't really enjoy it.

#BookishBingo: Borrowed from the library
#Pop20: By/About a woman in STEM
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Michollio
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Pickpick

I did not want to stop reading this one. I stayed up way too late to finish it. It was a great story about a man who clearly has Asperger's (that's the mad part, because Victorian England) and a lower class woman who unexpectedly came into money. I'm definitely going to continue with this series.

#BookishBingo: A book by an author you've never read
#Pop20: Book with a title that caught your attention
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