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quirkyreader
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Pickpick

I finished this last night before the headache really kicked in. Here is the link to my gr review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5008389671

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BookishGirl06
Honey Girl | Morgan Rogers
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What I‘m reading

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bio_chem06
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I started a random book list for myself, reading the books that inspired the movies I loved as a kid in the 90s. I started with How To Make An American Quilt, then I watched the movie. I have to say, nostalgia isn‘t saving all these titles for me 🤣 But I am still loving this challenge I made for myself. Does anyone have any other 90s book to movie suggestions to follow after this classic?

bio_chem06 @ManyWordsLater Yes! That‘s a great one. I don‘t remember seeing the movie either, so it will be interesting to go into it with no preconceived notions. 13h
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slategreyskies
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Pickpick

I have a huge book hangover from this book. Set in San Francisco in the mid 1950s, it tells the story of Lily, a 17 year old Chinese American girl. It‘s a powerful story that kept me on the edge of my seat toward the end of the book. Don‘t skip the afterword/author‘s notes. Highly recommended!!

Book two for this month‘s #TrappedOnAnIsland. So glad this book was chosen as one of my five books! :)

aperfectmjk Well I'm sold. Stacked! 3d
jenniferw88 There's a sequel coming 3d
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johncadams
The Well Of Loneliness | Radclyffe Hall
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lauraisntwilder
Tipping The Velvet | Sarah Waters
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Pickpick

I finally read this. I've had it for ages. It was both exactly what I expected and a total surprise. I got so frustrated with Nancy in the middle section, making choices I was sure would end in disaster. And they did! She won me back though and I loved the ending.

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MsLeah8417
Hurricane Child | Kheryn Callender
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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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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kera_11
Cantoras: A Novel | Carolina De Robertis
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this is a very intense book, immersive and deep and not a very quick read, but it‘s so good. this follows 5 lesbians in Uruguay during a time it‘s illegal to be gay. you slowly learn the women‘s histories in hindsight as they all grow to trust each other more and help each other through life. please look up TW before reading.

Sydneypaige I accidentally let this expire on my holds this summer 😭 so maybe I‘ll get back to it next year haha 7d
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
Not My Problem | Ciara Smyth
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Ciara Smyth is so funny. One of the best YA authors writing today, imho. You can tell she is really is in touch with contemporary teens (she is also a social worker).

#QueerBooks #LGBTQBooks #QueerYA #IrishBooks

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