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Black Sun: A Novel | Edward Abbey, Charles Bowden
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aperfectmjk
The Notebook | Nicholas Sparks
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I put off reading this book for the longest time simply because I adored the movie. More often the book is so much better, but I didn't want anything to ruin the movie experience for me. This adaptation was pretty close, and the changes that were made, made the movie all the better.

#bookspinbingo #SeriesRead2022 #19822022 (1996) #MustReads2022 @TheAromaofBooks @TheSpineView @Librarybelle

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2d
Librarybelle Wow…1996! Time flies! 😂 1d
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emmalau-lau
Dear John | Nicholas Sparks
Mehso-so

Definitely not Spark‘s best writing but still a good book. I feel that the book accurately portrayed the difficulties that military couples may face when working with distance and deployments. But overall still a good and worthwhile fun read!

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A White Wind Blew | James Markert

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Fred and Edie | Jill Dawson

‘Vain to consider that our love might be a real love, on a par with other great loves. That just because you are from Norwood and work as a ship‘s laundry man and I grew up in Stamford Hill and read a certain kind of novel, we are not capable of true emotions, of having feelings and experiences which matter‘.

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Fred & Edie: A Novel | Jill Dawson
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Dawson‘s Edie is prone to long flights of fantasy, in which she imagines escaping with her lover and killing her abusive husband; these fantasies will later convict her. Yet despite the subject matter, I thought this book was a delight. Edie is captivating, charming, and complex, and Dawson captures her so well that I couldn‘t distinguish her fictional letters from the real ones she inserts.

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JacintaMCarter
Under A Pole Star | Stef Penney
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The female narrator in this book was great. We follow her through her childhood on a whaling ship to her college days and on her various journeys back to the frozen north. The male narrator was just okay. His storyline focused more on all of the women he slept with than on his own arctic exploration. The best parts of the book, however, were the sections where the two characters were finally together.

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Mshookquilts
The Mistletoe Promise | Richard Paul Evans
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My favorite book in months, almost of the year. I couldn‘t put it down & stayed up late to finish. Elise & Nicholas enter a contract to be a couple until Christmas Eve. A heart-warming story.

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quirkyreader
Universe of Two: A Novel | Stephen P. Kiernan
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This story is a massive tear jerker. Here is the link to my gr review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3151566426

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quirkyreader
Universe of Two: A Novel | Stephen P. Kiernan
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This story is making me cry. So you know it has to be good.

BookBabe Wow. 😮 I think you convinced me. It sounds really intense (and really good!) 1mo
Crazeedi Oh wow, another book to add!! 1mo
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