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sarah-bear
Me Before You | Jojo Moyes
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This book (and movie, which I saw afterward) was so moving in the best and worst ways. Lou and Will‘s relationship is sweet and quirky, but hinges on a heartbreaking decision for Will… yes I did shed a tear😢 I haven‘t read the books after this one though, so if anyone recommends them please lmk!

Liatrek I loved the whole series ❤️ Lou is a great character 🙂 1d
sarah-bear @Liatrek good to hear!! And I love her too☺️ 19h
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suvata
After the End | Clare Mackintosh
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• TBR since April 30, 2019

Absolutely the saddest book I‘ve read to date.

A deeply moving page-turner about an impossible choice—and the two paths fate could take.

Max and Pip are the strongest couple you know. They're best friends, lovers—unshakable. But then their toddler gets sick and the doctors put the question of his survival into their hands. For the first time, Max and Pip can't agree. They each want a different future for their son.

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Rachiiebookdragon
Mehso-so

I listened to audiobook via audible, it was an ok memoir, mostly enjoyable.

3.75/5

Read for:

#ReadHarder2022

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Erinreadsthebooks
Freak The Mighty | Rodman Philbrick
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Middle grade novel that shows us just how much we need people ❤️🙏

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Jeansandatshirt
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If a book can capture the attention of seventh graders and inspire them to try to find more books about kids with synesthesia? It‘s a win. But why the crying parts?! Sheesh!

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wirewrappedlily
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It‘s painful, but utterly necessary. Beautiful and hopeful; and this is a dive into an extremely important change of perspective that ought to inspire.

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LeafingThroughLife
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I enjoyed this story of young Diana Dunn coming of age in Tupelo, Mississippi during the 1960s. Diana‘s life is unusual given she is the daughter of a quadriplegic polio survivor still determined to parent her own daughter. Diana is a sympathetic stew of childish selfishness, confusion, responsibility beyond her years, protectiveness of her mother, and a growing, hard-won understanding of the world around her. Coming of age done right! #bookspin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2w
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peanutnine
Glitterland | Alexis Hall
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If you're looking for ugly cry emotions and healing from past trauma, look no further. Ash is stuck in his rut of a life until he meets Darian his "glitter pirate" who is his complete opposite but seems to somehow make him laugh again. But he has to learn how to break free of his self sabotaging and trust that life isn't always completely shit.
TW: depression, suicide attempt
This was my #bookspin of the month @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2w
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TheRiehlDeal
Far From the Tree | Solomon, Andrew
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📕 Tagged (TBR), Five Days at Memorial (TBR), The First Day of Spring (TBR)
✍️ Gillian Flynn and Ken Follet (TBR)
🎥 Fight Club, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Finding Nemo
🎸 Flyleaf and Future Palace
🎵 Faint (Linkin Park), Fall for Me (Sleep Token), Feels Like Tonight (Daughtry), Fully Alive (Flyleaf)

#manicmonday
@CBee

CBee Thanks for playing 😊😊 2w
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