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ashesofabookdragon
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#Munro #KresleyCole
Kresley Cole is back in action and grabbing our hearts again with Munro.
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Diving back into the Lore feels like coming home… to the most chaotic, action packed, sassy family you would ever want. ?

Release date is 01/25/2022
?Full Review on my Blog?
*Thank you to the author for an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review* 

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Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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Bookwomble 😄 6d
wanderinglynn 😆😆😆 6d
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I liked the idea of balancing the capitalist approach (comparing it to the Dark Side of the Force) in business & encouraging ways to revamp it through social justice, equity, diversity, & inclusion. Not a casual read but if you‘re a “boss,” this book is for you. Longer review here: https://wp.me/pdCe8K-4n #amreading #bookworm #bibliophile #bookish #booknerdigans #bookblogger #tsundoku #greatreads #readmorebooks #coolgirlsread

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Thank you #Netgalley & #WednesdayBooks for providing a copy for an honest review. 

The way Meg Long describes the environment communicates the gritty beauty of our characters' surroundings and the fierce animals that survive there, including themselves. It‘s the right amount of emotion and action; inspiring and survival.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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oddandbookish
Mao, Vol. 3 | Rumiko Takahashi
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This installment had more backstory than the previous volumes which I felt slowed down the pace of the book a little. A good chunk took place in Mao‘s past and we learned more about his early days.

Like the previous volume, this one unveiled even more about the story and the characters, including details on how Mao and Nanoka are connected.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2022/01/12/mao-vol-3-mao-3/

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Mao, Vol. 2 | Rumiko Takahashi
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This installment was jam packed with action. So much happened and I enjoyed every page of it. There was a lot of world building that helped move the story along. I liked that more of the story was revealed in this volume. This volume provided some answers and got me hooked. I have to know what happens next.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2022/01/11/review-mao-vol-2-mao-2/

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