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IndoorDame
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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The original #creature feature. I‘m due for a reread of this, but I‘m not going to have time this month. #Scarathlon2022 #ScarathlonDailyPrompt #TeamMonsterMash @StayCurious @Clwojick

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IndoorDame
Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen
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Ch. 2 has by far my favorite description of a crowded ball anywhere! The first time I read this I suddenly understood why ‘crush‘ is so often the word used to describe these scenes. #Pemberlittens

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Bertha_Mason
Helpmeet | Naben Ruthnum

"The fittings, the floors, everything was brilliantly clean, though Louise thought she could smell the decades-old smoke, perhaps in the very plaster of the walls. It was mild, as though a cigarette-sized wildfire had gently blazed in the room for an hour before burning itself out."

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Cazxxx
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🦇 These are my top picks of must read books for spooky season. What would you add? 🦇

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AnneCecilie
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They arrived in Bath. Catherine was all eager delight; - her eyes were here, there, every where, as they approached its fine and striking environs

(This describes me so well when I‘m traveling especially if it‘s to somewhere new to me.)

#PemberLittens

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Deblovestoread
Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen
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I‘m so glad to be rereading Northanger Abbey with the #PemberLittens. I love my fancy Folio Society edition and think Val McDermid hits the nail on the head in this first paragraph of her introduction.

IndoorDame Gorgeous! 8h
sprainedbrain Oh, I always get #FolioEnvy when I see these gorgeous editions! 😍 5h
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Maggie4483
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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I can‘t believe it‘s already October! 👻 🎃

#bookspin #doublespin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2h
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Andrea313
Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen
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We're off! I'll be reading the annotated edition this time around, and I'm excited to get some new insights. This first chapter is among my favorite short sections of Austen's writing- I love her snark toward so many literary conventions of her day (and ours!), poking fun at foundlings, wards, and orphans, and giving some serious side-eye to the Manic Pixie Regency Girl and instead creating prosaic, everyday Catherine. Can't wait to keep going!

melissajayne I have the same edition 10h
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BooksNBowls
Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen
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This is my first time reading Northanger Abbey! Thanks for hosting @sprainedbrain #pemberlittens

sprainedbrain Another new to me cover! 😍 11h
BooksNBowls @sprainedbrain this one was printed in 1993! It‘s in great condition though! I think I found it in a little free library lol 10h
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mjdowens
What Moves the Dead | T. Kingfisher
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I am still still stuck on the he/she, ka/kan explanation. Why was this necessary to the story? I get that this is how their language works, but I don‘t see why it was needed for the context of the actual story.

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