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Butterflyamore
A Monster Calls | Patrick Ness, Siobhan Dowd
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Am I a book snob? You can decide after you watch my next video: https://youtu.be/ZRQ2-abO3L4

Let me know what your answers would be over on #BookTube!

#booksnob #booktag #bookvideo #booktalk #bookpreferences

EadieB 1. I like to read the book before watching the movie. If it‘s a long book and I just want to know the story then I would watch the movie and may or may not read the book. 10h
EadieB 2. I would prefer physical books. 10h
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EadieB 3. Would prefer to marry a reader. 10h
EadieB 4. I could give up sci-fi. 10h
EadieB 5. Love Mystery/Thrillers. 10h
EadieB 6. Sci-fi 10h
EadieB 7. My husband is a reader but he complains that I have too many books and read too much. 10h
EadieB I don‘t know where to find #booktube. 10h
Butterflyamore @EadieB Thanks for sharing your answers! BookTube is the book community on YouTube - that‘s what they call it. So basically it just meant comment on my video. 😊 8h
EadieB @Butterflyamore ok thanks! 8h
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alexa_d
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Because there is such a vast gulf between standard #BookTube fare and what I own, I've been doing a thing where I will mark any book I own "To Read" on Litsy if any BookTuber mentions it in any context. Emily Graslie may not technically be a BookTuber, but whatever, she's awesome and I can't wait to read this book! #TheBrainScoop

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SassenachTheBookWizard
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SassenachTheBookWizard
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Butterflyamore
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EadieB @Butterflyamore I like most of your book picks and will probably read:
Playing Dead, The Illness Lesson, This Tender Land, Dear Edward, Ten Thousand Doors of January, His Hideous Heart and Widow of Pale Harbor. I have read all of William Kent Krueger's books and love his writing. His series is great and love Cork O'Connor. I would like to read Brigid Kemmerer but should read her first book. I'm a fan or Poe too so those 2 books are a must.
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EadieB @Butterflyamore Some books I am interesting in reading are: The Lying Room by Nicci French due out 10/1/19. Ioved her Frieda Klein series. The Wives by Tarryn Fisher due out 12/30/19. Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane and What You Did by Claire McGowan. I enjoyed McGowan's Paula Maguire series. I have a lot of series that I am reading and trying to compete so that's what I am looking forward to. (edited) 1w
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Butterflyamore @EadieB I am interested in The Lying Room as well and might include it in my next thriller video. I‘ve heard Nicci French is a husband/wife team, which is cool! I haven‘t read the series yet but I do have Blue Monday in my stack. I have Ask Again, Yes as well but it‘s another I haven‘t gotten to yet! 1w
EadieB @Butterflyamore I had to look again at the title of Nicci French's book. It looked like The Living Room to me and I'm glad I saw your post because I've read it a couple of times and didn't notice the correct title. lol Yes they are a husband/wife team. Some of their books are so/so but the Frieda Klein series was very good. I think you mentioned Ask Again, Yes before and that's why I had it listed. Anyway, thanks for mentioning the new books! 1w
Butterflyamore Haha! I thought it was just an autocorrect typo because autocorrect always changes words on me! 1w
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Butterflyamore
A Separate Peace | John Knowles
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I went through several of the books I‘ve read with the lowest average ratings on Goodreads. You can find out what they are and how I feel about them here: https://youtu.be/Fg4PMRKTZac

caitlin.reads.books What a good idea to do this! 2w
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Butterflyamore @caitlin.reads.books It was fun! 2w
EadieB @Butterflyamore That was an interesting thing to do. I‘ll have to check my Goodreads read list. I think the only book I read was A Separate Peace. I gave it 4 stars here‘s my review: 2w
EadieB A classic that young and old can relate to. Gene and Phineas attend a boarding school in New England during WWII and become friends. Gene betrays Phineas out of jealousy and rivalry. Years later Gene is still trying to forgive himself as he recognizes the evil of the dark side of adolescence and the consequences of his jealousy. Book teaches a lesson about how boys can become both rivals and intimate friends but need to be wary of each other. 2w
Butterflyamore @EadieB So true! Great review! I am honestly surprised that it has such a low average rating. I‘ll need to read through some of the negative reviews at some point. I suspect that I‘ll get even more out of the book now then I did the first two times I read it so I‘m looking forward to a future reread. 2w
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SassenachTheBookWizard
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malloriebane
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Just posted my first ever #booktube video! My TBR for August! Go check it out link in my bio! #newtsdreadathon2019 #augusttbr #tbr #video #booktuber

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SassenachTheBookWizard
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