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Take Command | Joe Hart, Michael A. Crom
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This was a very insightful read!

What I liked the most about this book was how accessible it is. It‘s written in a very clear and concise way which makes it easy to follow and absorb.

The advice in the book is very practical and doable. Nothing feels out of reach or too hard to do. The anecdotes from real life people also make the advice more relatable.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2023/02/07/review-take-command/

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Twilight | Stephenie Meyer
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The Lady of the Mirrored Lake | Jennifer Ivy Walker
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What a fantastic follow up to the first book! I loved the first one and was not disappointed by its sequel.

This book picks up where the first one left off and is full of nonstop action and adventure. It is just as faced paced as the previous book.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2023/01/24/review-the-lady-of-the-mirrored-l...

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A Thousand Nights | E. K. Johnston
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The Wicked King | Holly Black
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5feet.of.fury It‘s true! And I always defend to other people about it: “it‘s still reading! We read to children so they can start practicing literacy!” But when it‘s me then I‘ll be like, “I read x # of books, well, some of them were audio books” I dunno whyyyy when I know it‘s the same. Im still learning or being entertained as I would if I was looking at it on a piece of paper! 3w
JoeMo I used to think this way until my life got so busy that now probably 90% of what I read is by audiobook. My brain is still processing info and I‘m engaged in really interesting stories and learning new and different things. I‘d love to have more free time and energy to sit down and read, and to do so without falling asleep, but audiobooks have been absolutely saved me! 3w
Susanita That drives me crazy! Of course it‘s still reading. You‘re using the same area of the brain to process the information. I‘m glad to have listened to (most of) the books I‘ve read this way. 3w
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RowReads1 I agree it‘s not a lesser experience at all. There is a difference in how you process and retain it. I don‘t think there‘s anything wrong w point that out. 3w
AudiobookingWithLeah It still counts because you're still consuming the book. Whether you read it or listen to it. I tend to say the word listening or reading in my reviews because I want people to know that I did my “consuming“ via audiobook. 3w
KathyWheeler Yes! 3w
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Writing Book Reviews | John E. Drewry
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Who do y‘all recommend following on Booktok? If you know of accounts with fun or helpful reviews like folks leave here, (including your own), let me know… #bookreviews #tiktok #bookish

wanderinglynn I love ezeekat. He‘s adorable and has fun reviews and other bookish, geekish, & gaming videos. 4w
vivastory If you like horror I rec. booksinthefreezer 4w
SomedayAlmost Thanks! 3w
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Our Violent Ends | Chloe Gong
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This was an exceptional ending to this series. It was so full of suspense and emotion. The ending took me completely by surprise. I definitely prefer this book to the first one. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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