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megannbutzz
Court of Silver Flames | Sarah J Maas
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Diving back into the Prythian World, head first! #courtofsilverflames #sarahjmaas #coffeeshop #butterflypeaflower

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Silent Patient | Alex Michaelides
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Verity | Colleen Hoover
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Reckless Girls: A Novel | Rachel Hawkins
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kbranscum It was so nice to meet you today! 💛 4mo
megannbutzz Agree! I can't wait for the next one!!! 4mo
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TheBee
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Feeling normal for once. Reading in a Upper West Side coffee shop like pre pandemic 💕. Haven‘t done that in sooo long. Enjoying the existential conversations between the protagonists.

#sallyrooney #intellectual #coffeeshop #nyc

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hollyfluegge
Pickpick

Such a good book, keeps you entertained up until the very end. 9/10

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TheSpineView
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Pickpick

This one really falls in between a pick and a so-so for me. I liked the plot but the execution was not the best. It needed a bit more character development and better descriptive prose. I did like the setting and the main character but everything seemed to just fell into the characters lap. I also figured out who the killer was before the reveal. 3.5 ⭐ #Scarathon2021 @Clwojick #TeamSlaughter #SpookOween #Necronomathon @Patchshank #Wickedathon

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KimberlyJuracich
Pickpick

This book was more than just the usual ya love fluff I was expecting. It was funny and the writing style was great. Character growth was amazing too.

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Bakingbookworm
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Panpan

2 STARS - This was a very weak book. More focus was on making fancy coffees than on developing a decent character & mystery.

This is the 2nd book in the series and I won't be continuing with the rest of the books.

My Review: http://bit.ly/TeaTiramisuToughGuysAudio

marleed I read the first book in the series and will likely leave the series there. It seemed to break the rules (if there are rules) of a mystery - like giving the reader some hints along the journey vs a random ending from nowhere. 1y
Bakingbookworm @marleed It definitely wasn‘t structured in the typical cozy. It lacked good secondary characters too. 1y
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BethM
Uncommon Grounds | Sandra Balzo
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Mehso-so

This was just ok- the writing felt very much like you expect from an indie book. (And trust me I HATE saying that bc my top 5 has at least 2 indie authors in it.) Being written in 2004/5 didn‘t age well with some the tech and “thoughts” about coffee. The mystery also seemed too far fetched- like the author sees crime on the news, not understanding how it functions.