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melissajayne
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3.5⭐️ Was a #bookclub selection for May that I was unable to get to, but managed to read it now and I really enjoyed it. It has some dark elements to the story, but I thought it was quite good and glad that I was able to read it. #2024 #contemporary #fiction #bookreview

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Maria_Pulver
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This collection of short stories is very uneven: some stories are fascinating and engaging, and some are at the very least boring. I think the best part is the introduction, where Geiman discussed how the idea of trigger warning crossed from the Internet to the world of things and how that might change our approach to art #bookclub

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melissajayne
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4 ⭐️ This was a #bookclub selection and a #reread in April. And I enjoyed it much more this time than I did the first time that I read it. I think it was because I could comprehend it better this time around than I did the first time. I liked the interspersing of newspaper columns with the story. Even though there are some dark themes in this book, I found it to be fairly easy to read. #2024 #bookreview #fiction #greatdepression

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britt_brooke
The Grace Year | Kim Liggett
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️ A dystopian future, or perhaps present, where young women are chattel. Not exactly earth-shattering. The “Grace Year” drops 16 year girls in the wilderness vs poachers, and one another, for a weird Handmaid‘s-Hunger-Games situation. Parts were thoughtful and clever, but overall, it just seemed like none of these people were the smartest. A solid #bookclub selection; I look forward to discussing!

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DC Pride 2022 | Various
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Sace
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I‘m continuing my experiments in monogamous reading with this month‘s selection for my in person #bookclub

LiteraryinLawrence Have you read it before? If not, you‘re in for a treat!! (But if it‘s a reread you‘re still in for a treat! Love that book!) 2w
IndoorDame Does that mean reading only one book at a time? (I not be good at that!) 2w
CBee This is the BEST book ♥️♥️♥️ 2w
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AmyG Wonderful book. 2w
Sace @LiteraryinLawrence @CBee @AmyG I‘m enjoying it so far! 2w
Sace @IndoorDame Yes. I only read about 5ish books a month when I read multiple books at once so I don‘t think reading one at a time is going to diminish my totals. Plus I think it will help me focus more. 2w
IndoorDame @Sace I used to read that way, and I think I liked it better, but I‘ve never been able to since college. I loved this book, enjoy!!! 2w
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The Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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KadaGul WOW 😮 😳 3w
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The Storyteller | Traci Chee
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