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Bookgoil
Grown | Tiffany D. Jackson
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Guess I‘m double double cheating for #March for #12booksof2021 #3rdbookof2021

Love all of these so much it was too hard to decide and there were other great books I read in March as well!

On a Sunbeam was an incredible sci fi queer graphic novel.
Grown was a stunning and eye opening story.
The Four Winds swept me up and had me in the tissues.
American Street is a moving story of romance, tackling immigration and family hardships.

@Andrew65

megnews Grown was really good. I have The Four Winds and American Street on my tbr. Can‘t wait to read them. 1mo
Andrew65 Some great choices. 1mo
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OriginalCyn620
Small Great Things | Jodi Picoult
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This was my favorite from #March. A tough read but I think an important one.

#12BooksOf2021

Andrew65 A popular book. 1mo
kplovesbooks Loved this one! So powerful! 1mo
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Susanita
The Fifth Season | N. K. Jemisin
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This was my favorite read from #March even if I was “supposed” to read it in January. It took me a little while and a couple checkouts to get into it, but once I was in I was fascinated. True to form, I had an Isabel Allende book on my shelf all month and waited too long to start it, so I‘ll put it back in the general TBR category. 🤦🏻‍♀️
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#12booksof2021

Andrew65 Great choice. I often do similar. 1mo
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AnneCecilie
This Lovely City | Louise Hare
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My favorite book from #March #3rdbookof2021
#12Booksof2021

Honorable mentions: “The Mirror and the Light” by Hillary Mantel and “The Housekeeper and the Professor” by Yoko Ogawa

Andrew65 This looks good. 1mo
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TheKidUpstairs
Jonny Appleseed | Joshua Whitehead
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#12Booksof2021 #March

I knew this was bound to happen. I can't pick just one for March. Both of these books challenged and affected my view of the world. They both still sit in my heart all these months later.

@Andrew65

Andrew65 Two great choices. 1mo
Cinfhen I loved the Tsabari memoir 💜 1mo
TheKidUpstairs @Cinfhen it was wonderful, and one I probably wouldn't have picked up if it weren't for #foodandlit 1mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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#12Booksof2021 #3rdBook #March I completely forgot to post yesterday, but I certainly didn't want to leave this one out. This was not only my favorite book I read in March, but one of my favorite books I read in 2021.
@Andrew65

Andrew65 Great choice, not the first recommendation for it. 1mo
perfectsinner Loved that book, hoping to reread it soon 1mo
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Lizpixie
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My #3rdBookOf2021 for #March is the last in The Wayfarers series by Becky Chambers. Every book she‘s written so far has been amazing, this was no exception. Pei, Ashby‘s lover & an Aeluon whose race forbids inter-species relationships, is stranded on Gora, an interstellar “truck stop” when it‘s gates are blown up. Forced to spend time with a group of unrelated species, they all learn that underneath, they all are very similar. #12BooksOf2021

julesG That was my February pick. 😁 1mo
Andrew65 Another great choice. 1mo
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robinb
Finding Home | Kate Field
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March was a banner month for me with five 5⭐️ books! But this one was my favorite, with an amazing heroine and the family who welcomed her in…I fell in love with this one. ❤️😊

#March
#12Booksof2021

Andrew65 Like the look of this one. Stacked. 1mo
robinb @Andrew65 I think you'll love it, Andrew! 1mo
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vivastory
The Mad and the Bad | Jean-Patrick Manchette
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I'm an adult. I can stay up as late as I want, eat cake for dinner & choose two books for my #March selection of #12Booksof2021 The truth is that I just can't choose between Manchette's bonkers crime novel & Tidhar's gritty retelling of Arthurian legends. @andrew65

Andrew65 Both sound good. 1mo
DGRachel By Force Alone was so good! 1mo
vivastory @DGRachel His new book sounds really intriguing 1mo
readordierachel That Tidhar sounds fantastic 1mo
vivastory @readordierachel I really liked it. It was compared to Tarantino, but it made me think of Peaky Blinders 1mo
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CarolynM
Netherland: A Novel | Joseph O'Neill
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#12booksof2021 #3rdbookof2021 #March

My only reason for reading this book was to tick off a prompt on the #Booked2021 reading challenge but it turned out to be a little gem - a beautifully written meditation on immigrant identity in post 9/11 NYC. And cricket.
@Andrew65

Andrew65 Love it when that happens. 1mo
Andrew65 Best not mention cricket 🙈 We have a team that can‘t bat for love nor money! Never known a weaker batting line up. 1mo
Leftcoastzen I read it when it first came out , I remember liking it a lot. 1mo
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CarolynM @Andrew65 Oh well, I've been enjoying it 😆 Seriously, though, it's a big ask for the English players given all the circumstances. Anderson bowled beautifully yesterday. 1mo
Andrew65 @CarolynM How he keeps doing it at his age I will never know. Some rank bad decisions - fancy leaving him and Broad both out of the first game. Not that it would matter as Australia are the clear better team, much stronger batting unit. Even without a pandemic batting has become an increasing issue in recent years. Think coach needs to go. 1mo
CarolynM @Andrew65 At the risk of rubbing salt into the wound, England's fielding helped some of those scores. 1mo
Andrew65 @CarolynM Yes and absolutely no excuse for that, they are usually a strong fielding team. To be honest never been convinced Joe Root is a good captain, a great batsman but does even then get out too often once he gets over 50. 1mo
Andrew65 @CarolynM Now 46/5, embarrassing! 1mo
CarolynM @Andrew65 It was a good ball that got Stokes 1mo
Andrew65 @CarolynM To be fair it was, been a lot of good balls in the series. 1mo
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