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VioletMoonBooks
Die Once More | Amy Plum
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Branwen
The Paris Bookseller | Kerri Maher
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Pride Month: Day Twenty Nine! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

This wonderful book features the story of Sylvia Beach and the publication of Ulysses! And while I obviously loved reading about James Joyce and Ulysses, I also really loved how the author took a lot of time to craft a beautiful story about the love between Sylvia and Adrienne Monnier, which is an aspect of her life that I think gets overlooked often!

#pridemonth #queerbooks #lgbtq

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jlhammar
The Sentence | Louise Erdrich
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Finally made the trek across the river today to visit Louise Erdrich‘s bookshop! Such a cool little place. Has an old confessional inside as well as a beautiful canoe hanging from the ceiling. I would have taken more pics, but it was surprisingly busy for a Tuesday afternoon. Book haul post to follow.

merelybookish Reading her last novel The Sentence really made me want to go here! 1d
jlhammar @merelybookish It was very cool to see the setting inspiration for The Sentence. They even had some shelf talkers that referenced it like “Tookie's Pandemic Reading.“ And wow, just the most amazing selection of books by Indigenous authors. 24h
Megabooks Awesome!! 23h
BarbaraBB It sounds so cool! I‘ve been intrigued ever since reading The Sentence too. 22h
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Sapphire
Recommended for You | Laura Silverman

I have a rather specific request for help/recommendations. My very hard to buy for husband has asked for audiobooks in French for his birthday. He enjoys intelligent mysteries or non fiction like history or biography. He wants books originally written in French, not English in translation. Anyone got some favorite French authors/titles for me? Thanks!

LiteraryinLawrence One of my favorite mystery authors is Michel Bussi. I‘ve only read his work (about 5 of his novels so far) in the English translation but I assume they‘ve got to be available in French too, right? My absolute favorite was After the Crash. Just awesome! 2d
LiteraryinLawrence Looks like it‘s Un avion sans elle in the original. 2d
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DebinHawaii
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#BigJuneReadathon #BigJuneReadathonPhotoChallenge

For today‘s #NameInTheTitle prompt, I went with the theory that two is better than one & picked six books from my stacks where both the first & last name are in the title.

Clwojick This one is on my list for this week! 2d
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Nikki_E
The Sentence | Louise Erdrich

I picked up a copy of the tagged book at the library, but I am so invested after 100 pages my husband is buying me a copy.

Karisa Oh my gosh! I loved that book so much too! Tookie is awesome and the ghost and the way Erdrich captures the pandemic and makes her real self a character… 😍😍😍 2d
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Nikki_E
The Sentence | Louise Erdrich
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lanecannon
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Pickpick

This book had me on pins and needles halfway through! I could not put it down! If you love historical fiction this book is for you!

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Sharpeipup
Much Ado About You | Samantha Young
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Not the actual location featured in the book but cute nonetheless.

Has anyone been here?
📍8 West Street, Alfriston, East Sussex, BN26 5UX, England

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Johanna414
The Sentence | Louise Erdrich
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❤❤❤❤