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Asthecroweflies
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I loved this book! It‘s an Ethiopian retelling of Jane Eyre with magic intertwined. I just wished it went more into detail.

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Chittavrtti
Certain Dark Things: A Novel | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm
Doctor Sleep: A Novel | Stephen King
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My goals for the #20in4Readathon are to finish the tagged book and start Eaters of the Dead. We‘re driving to visit family this weekend, so hopefully I can get in plenty of reading time on the road. Not sure how much I can squeeze in while there. 😅

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luvv_maria
Attack on Titan 7 | Hajime Isayama
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The female titan checks Armins face and ignores him and keeps heading straight for Eren. Jean, Armin, and Reiner have to put a stop to her before they reach Levis squad where Eren is located. After getting to the forest the female titan follows them in and is wiping out squads right behind captain Levi‘s after she reaches Levi‘s squad his team fights her and all End up getting swatted so it‘s left for Eren to fight her.

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luvv_maria
Attack on Titan 6 | Hajime Isayama
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The scouts start the expedition after Eren gets into the scouts. They go to take back land than has been stolen by Titans. The female titan wipes out one of the scouting flanks and the titan is headed for Eren but Armin spots it and watched some of his comrades get swatted like flys.

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xicanti
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I planned to leave PRINCE LESTAT on La TBR until I finished my slow-ass Vampire Chronicles reread, but I‘m in the mood for some Anne Rice I‘ve never read before, and hey, I‘ve got an obvious craving-buster on hand. And I mean, if I still remember THE TALE OF THE BODY THIEF super well sixteen years after I last read it, it‘s not like I‘ve gotta worry about feeling lost.

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NatalieR
The Colorado Kid | Stephen King
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A dead man is found on a beach in Maine by two high school students 25 years ago. The mystery of the Colorado Kid is told by two older men who run the local newspaper to their young apprentice. I was pleasantly surprised to have enjoyed this one. It‘s not just about the story of the Colorado Kid; it‘s about a place in Maine, the relationships between the newspaper people, and the reality of mysteries. #MountTBR

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katy4peas
Hunting Prince Dracula | Kerri Maniscalco
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This second book is just as delightfully spooky and page-turning as the first. Audrey Rose and Thomas are at school competing for their places as forensic students. Of course bodies start to show up, drained of blood, and the locals are terrified of the legends of Prince Dracula. AR and Thomas caught The Ripper, can they stop Dracula? #YA

booksandsympathy I really enjoyed book 1 but haven't read the others yet. I own them, so I really should read them. 5h
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Cosmos_Moon
Bones of the Moon | Jonathan Carroll
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On a JC kick lately. after starting #AChildAcrossTheSky did some digging, cause the characters were overlapping. I learned this is part of a series, cryptically not shown on the books themselves. And I‘ve read these “Rondua/Answered Prayers” books well out of order. Not really necessary to read the in series order. Neat how the characters and plots have some overlap. I read #SleepingInFlame (book 2) so many years ago, I need to revisit. Love it!

Cosmos_Moon This is book 1 apparently. Fantastic and shocking til the end. 16h
Cosmos_Moon Book 2 - I remember loving this, but probably read it like 15 years ago. (edited) 16h
Cosmos_Moon Book 3 - just read this one last. 16h
Cosmos_Moon Book 4 - read recently 16h
Cosmos_Moon This one is not listed as part of the series, but has some of the same characters (edited) 16h
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Hooked_on_books
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Lyle is the chief scientist at a cosmetics company searching for a great anti-aging lotion. He ends up with something a bit different, discovering in tests that it has a major impact on the user‘s DNA. This is a faintly ludicrous book (but doesn‘t claim to be anything else), but it‘s really entertaining with some good social commentary. I give it a soft pick.