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shannasbookshelf
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The Power of Myth | Joseph Campbell, Bill Moyers
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Malibu Rising | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Here‘s my weekly #currentlyreadingpile update!
📚Bring Up the Bodies, Hilary Mantel
📖Malibu Rising, Taylor Jenkins Reid
📚Europe and the Making of Modernity, Robin W. Winks (🏫)
#book #books #bookjoy #bookstagram #readstagram #bibliophile #history #historybook #historybooks #keepcalmandlovehistory #hilarymantel #bringupthebodies #wolfhall #taylorjenkinsreid #maiburising #robinwwinks #europeandthemakingofmodernity

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oddandbookish
Tidesong | Wendy Xu
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This was such a cute graphic novel!

I‘ve read Mooncakes, which is another graphic novel the author co-wrote, and loved it so I knew I needed to read this one.

Overall, I recommend this book to readers of all ages who love magic, witches, or dragons. This book also makes a great gift because it is a gorgeous hardcover!

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2021/11/17/review-tidesong/

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Billie84
Untitled | Unknown
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flamingolucifer
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"The story of a briefly abundant hairless primate originating in Africa is but a footnote in the history of life, but in the history of the hairless primate it is central."

#evolution #genome #mattridley #autobiographyofaspecies #bibliophile #readerscommunity

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hollyvoncount
At Home with Books: How Booklovers Live with and Care for Their Libraries | Christopher Simon Sykes, Estelle Ellis, Caroline Seebohm
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#GratefulHarvest #Home

@MatchlessMarie I think you forgot your rabbit 🐰

Eggs Awww cosy🐱🐻🐰🐶🐸 (edited) 2w
MatchlessMarie I won‘t be able to get it with her guarding it lol 2w
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rachelbuckley
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oddandbookish
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Mehso-so

The book started off rocky. It felt a little discombobulated in the beginning because it would jump around from different points in her life. It was hard to follow what was going on.

Overall, this book wasn‘t perfect but I appreciated the author‘s candor and research.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2021/10/27/review-nothing-personal/

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oddandbookish
Certainty of Chance | Jacquelyn Middleton
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First off, I love that this book basically takes you on a tour of London during Christmas. I‘ve never been to London (but have always wanted to) so that aspect was exceptionally fun for me. It felt like I was right there with the characters!

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2021/10/23/review-the-certainty-of-chance/

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