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Kempfme
The Dinner List | Rebecca Serle
Mehso-so

The characters sucked, yet I cried ugly tears because of the plot.

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Texreader
Garden Spells | Sarah Addison Allen
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#wondrouswednesday. Thanks @Eggs for the tag & allowing me to post late

1) I love to garden but it doesn‘t always work out every year. As a kid my parents indulged me & found me spots to try growing things. As a child, my best gardens were one year gorgeous tomato plants with a bumper crop of tomatoes, and another year a garden‘s worth of marigolds

2) veggies, but I want to expand to flowers 💐

3) tagged

What about you @freeatlast1137 ?

TheBookHippie My grandson wants marigolds this year! 5h
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LadyBird
A Walk to Remember | Nicholas Sparks
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Pickpick

This was a quick and enjoyable read. It is more of a simplified version of the movie and set in the 1950s. It didn‘t quite reach my expectations, but it was still a good read.

9 likes2 stack adds
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Sessestresse
Milk and Honey | Rupi Kaur
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Bailedbailed

I don't know what to say about this book...
I just didn't like it as much as I would like to. I know that poetry is a personal thing and nobody can judge it, in fact I'm not saying it's not good, just that I didn't get some of the poetries.
Don't know...
★★

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Sessestresse
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Pickpick

I started this book in October of 2021 and I read the first 2/3 chapters over and over again without continuing it.
Two weeks ago I chose to read it all and I honestly don't regret it at all. I thought it would make me cry, but the most hurting thing in this book wasn't so much described, so I think it's because of that that I managed not to cry.
but it was a really good book!
★★★★

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DHill
Bel Canto | Ann Patchett
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💠 Tagged
💠 Physical Book
💠 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
💠 I haven‘t marked in a book since college. Doing that now feels too much like studying (even though it was a long time ago!) I sometimes take a pic of a quote or passage I like.

#ThoughtfulThursday
@MoonWitch94

@THill

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TheBookHippie
The Giving Tree | Shel Silverstein
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One of my “kids” thought this book was just so so sad. He never read it until he was in college -when I met him, he‘s 32 now and I‘m for sure sending him a letter with this stamp!!!

julieclair I agree with him! I never understood why everyone loved this book so much. 2d
AmyG He is right. I remember reading The Giving Tree to my son...he was maybe 2 1/2-3??? We both were crying by the end and never read it again. 2d
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Tamra It‘s rather disconcerting. 😔 2d
UwannaPublishme 😊🙌🏻 1d
Magpiegem Oh The Giving Tree… those stamps will have people sadly sighing all over the place. 10h
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MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward
Untitled | Untitled
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bthegood I love this - thank you 🌞 2d
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