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BookingitwithSandra
Circus of Wonders | Elizabeth Macneal
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Starting a new ARC tonight —Circus of Wonders by Elizabeth Macneal, coming February 1st ‘22! I loved The Doll Factory! I hope this book is as weird and wonderful as The Doll Factory!

#macabre #fantasy #ARC #bookreads #netgalley #elizabethmacneal #atriabooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful!! 🎄❤️ 10mo
Addison_Reads I have this ARC as well and can't wait to start it. 10mo
BookingitwithSandra @Addison_Reads it‘s taken me a while to get past the first chapter. Not because of the story itself but my reading time allowance being null. 🤦🏼‍♀️ 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re welcome!! 😘 10mo
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BookingitwithSandra
Cloud Cuckoo Land | Anthony Doerr
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Congratulations Megan Collins and Anthony Doerr on the release of your new books!

#gothicsuspense #historicalfiction #atriabooks #scribnerbooks

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Roxanareads
Dark Tides: A Novel | Philippa Gregory
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Unexpected bookmail by one of my favorite authors ❤ #bookbookmailisthebest#philippagregory#darktides#atriabooks

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Desiree.Reads
Cobble Hill: A Novel | Cecily von Ziegesar
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Panpan

I personally didn't care for this one. The characters, and their concerns, did not interest me at all.

See the full review at https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3507543181?book_show_action=false&from_rev...

Thank you to Cecily von Ziegesar, Atria Books, and NetGalley.com for providing this Advance Reader/Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.

#CobbleHill
#CecilyVonZiegesar
#AtriaBooks
#NetGalley

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Desiree.Reads
The Girl They Left Behind | Roxanne Veletzos
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It is a bit of a dream. And so we'll dream it. With a little courage, we can dream it for the rest of our lives.

#RoxanneVeletzos
#TheGirlTheyLeftBehind
#AtriaBooks
#OnceUponABookClub

See review at https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3423050059?book_show_action=false&from_rev...

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dicey78
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Pickpick

Outstanding story! Enjoyed every minute, its even better as an audiobook. I wish there had been more building around the "cult" aspect of the book but otherwise it was a great read. Told from multiple points of view flawlessly. The story kept me engaged and there were a few twists to keep me glued in. I highly recommend this book! #thefamilyupstairs #lisajewell #atriabooks

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robinb
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Up next is a debut novel that takes place entirely within the space of a single night. Out 8/18

#AtriaBooks #NetGalley

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BoleyBooks
This Tender Land: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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Crazeedi
The Paris Library: A Novel | Janet Skeslien Charles
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Pickpick

Thanks to #NetGalley and #AtriaBooks for the opportunity to read and review this lovely story #TheParisLibrary Pub date 02/02/2021 At first I wasn't sure if this book was going to capture my attention. The story is set in two eras-1939 to 1944 Paris and 1983 to 1989 Montana. Odile has been volunteering at the American Library of Paris and has finally been employed by the directoress, Miss Reeder(an American citizen). I love ⬇️

Crazeedi that Odile thinks of things in terms of the Dewey Decimal Classification. What a unique part of this book! As the war becomes imminent, Miss Reeder is determined to keep it open. The characters that work there and the subscribers who use the library all have wonderful personalities. Fast forward to 1980s Montana, where 12 year old Lily lives next door to reclusive Odile. Lily is determined to befriend her, and when Lily's mom falls I'll, 2y
Crazeedi Odile opens her door and heart to Lily. The story flows between Odile's life at the library and Lily's life in Montana. Their friendship grows as Odile teaches Lily French.Through Odile's life and her mistakes, Lily learns valuable lessons. What's great about this story is that much of the library's story is based in fact. Reeder fought to save the collections and send books to the soldiers at the front. ⬇️ 2y
Crazeedi There is the love story of Odile and Paul that gives the book depth and grace and substance. And her friendship with Margaret will make you cry. You will not be sorry if you read this beautiful book. I highly recommend 2y
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squirrelbrain Oh, great review! I have been approved for this one too on NetGalley - looking forward to it now! 😘 2y
Cupcake12 I loved this book and when I reviewed it on my Instagram account. The author wrote to me too xxx 2y
Crazeedi @Cupcake12 wow! Tats so cool, I'll have to post to my Instagram, thanks! 2y
Crazeedi @squirrelbrain I think you'll enjoy, like I said, the first part was a bit slow, but so worth reading. It just might have been me in my weird mindset right now 2y
mhillis Good review! This sounds interesting 2y
Crazeedi @mhillis it was good! 2y
Lynnsoprano Sounds wonderful! 2y
Booknerd2 Reading this one now and loving it! 2y
Crazeedi @Booknerd2 so good! 2y
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stuck.in.the.stacks
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It's Sunday, which means it's time for another #sundaysalon #sundaypost and #stackingtheshelves

Check out how our week went and let us know about yours, we love hearing from you!

https://stuckinthestacks.com/2020/01/26/sunday-salon-back-to-school-edition/

#netgalley #halfpricebooks #kindle #atriabooks #stockingthestack #weekinreview #upcomingevents

JanuarieTimewalker13 That spoon!!!❤️ 3y
JanuarieTimewalker13 Anything definitive on BOTM picks yet? 3y
stuck.in.the.stacks @JanuarieTimewalker13 not yet! Hopefully tomorrow! 3y
JanuarieTimewalker13 Cool, thank you!! 3y
musicmom Waiting on news as well! Thanks! 3y
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