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BookishlyPleasant
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This was an engrossing, beautiful and emotionally charged read. Feyi felt like a friend who was navigating a new chapter of healing and growth and I was with her in all of the mess that comes with. The way that grief, love, loss, anger, lust and new beginnings are written is enough to take your breath away!

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Clwojick
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A little mind-blowing that February starts in just 2 days, but I‘m excited for a month filled with love, love and more love. 💗

Here is part 2/3 of my #Loveathon TBR.
@StayCurious

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Darklunarose
Cleanness | Garth Greenwell
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Bailedbailed

Call me a prude but second chapter in was content that I just couldn‘t get through. R@p€ and SA are just not things I enjoy reading about and this was pretty graphic. I get that‘s a me thing and for others it might be no issue, but for myself and my own MH I‘m best to out this down and try something different.

ShyBookOwl I've always struggled with rape scenes and the older I get the less interested I am in powering through. I bail 99% of the time now. 4h
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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
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This book does pretty well what it sets out to do even though it wasn't the most engaging read. If you read it -- a history of US trans social justice movements focused on 1950-2016 -- skip the 1st chapter. The book feels like a conventional work of history: it tells dry facts, lists names, etc. I found a lot of info interesting, like prior uprisings to 1969 Stonewall that aren't as widely known but most descriptions are brief and perfunctory.

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Darklunarose
Cleanness | Garth Greenwell
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Some reading and an afternoon snack. I have to admit this book is way way more erotic then I normally pick up.

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Sci.Cricketts
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Cute story! Even if you are different you still have a place to belong ❤️

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CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
Space Trash Vol. 1 | Jenn Woodall
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Pickpick

Finished this while my baby played w/ her blocks! There's a lot of set up in this 1st volume about a dystopian high school on the moon for delinquent students; the plot doesn't get going until near the end. But aesthetically & artistically I loved this so much I didn't care. It feels simultaneously futuristic yet retro, punk and outer space influenced. The dialogue is sharp and funny. I can't wait to see where the three girls go in the next book!

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Addison_Reads
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I wanted something enjoyable and easy to read, and this book was perfect for that.

The narration by the author for the audio was extremely entertaining. He handled the voices for different characters well and kept the story moving at a delightful pace.

I highly recommend this one if you're wanting a feel good read, even if you aren't a fantasy fan.

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Bookish_Gal
Game Changer | Neal Shusterman
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Bookish_Gal
Game Changer | Neal Shusterman
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phenomenal story. When Ash gets hit playing football game, he finds he can jump universes. What entails is creating new universes, trying to find better ones. Where he finds they all have problems. I loved the various perspectives throughout them. From Leo, being black. Katie, being a girl. He‘s not the center of the universe. Or is he, if he can change universes. Neal does it again in showing different ways to think about the world.