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IndoorDame
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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I was drawn in by the stunning cover art and the rave reviews, but the ended up being too much for me. #bookthatisoutofyourcomfortzone #selfimprovementsept @OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 6d
OriginalCyn620 This was really good but a tough read too! 6d
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BeaG
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Pickpick

Heartbreaking storyline, but the way the book flows is outstanding! I really liked this book and how it incorporated a podcast that actually exist!

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my.books.in.squares
Radio Silence | Alice Oseman
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Mehso-so

I didn't love this one and I really don't understand the hype. I think I am the only one.🤷🏻‍♀️

⭐⭐⭐

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TheDaysGoBy
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Pickpick

Quite a few Littens had recommended listening to this one, and I have to completely agree. I feel like this book was made to be listened to. It was so engaging, but I‘m also completely addicted to podcasts so this was right up my alley. Sadie was such a unique character and I enjoyed her so much. This was one of my most fun, engaging reads of the year. I zoomed through it

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MizzGraham
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Pickpick

Oh, wow! I listened to this on Audible and can‘t stop thinking about it! What an intense story with incredible characters. Now I want to read more by Courtney Summers! I have been recommending this to everyone who loves a good twisted story of revenge. **Trigger warning: child abuse- sexual assault

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Ericalambbrown
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Pickpick

Oooooofff. This was a tough one. Tough enough I had to augment my reading time on this super rainy day by baking/grilling English muffins. I understand why some who have read this were less than satisfied after finishing it. Simply put, it hurts to care for people who are suffering - real or not. And it really hurts when their story may not end as you‘d hoped. But that was why I give this book a pick. It was hard to read because it felt real.

CBee Perfect description of how I felt after reading this one! 1mo
LiteraryinLititz Interesting. I just borrowed this one from the library and I wonder if I‘ll have the same impression! 1mo
Ericalambbrown @LiteraryinLititz I hope you are glad when you‘ve you read it. I thought it was really well done and I‘m so glad I picked it up, but I could see how this could be too much fir some readers. (edited) 1mo
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SassyPants617 Just finished this. I couldn‘t put it down. I definitely agree with your review. I sometimes double checked that I was reading a YA book. It was heavy. 1mo
IamIamIam Homemade English muffins 😍🤤🤤🤤 1mo
Ericalambbrown @IamIamIam To slow me down on carb intake, I decided I‘d only eat bread I make myself at home. I‘m getting faster and better at it! 😂🤣 4w
IamIamIam @Ericalambbrown That's quite an undertaking!!! It's also more rewarding to eat bread you've made yourself because it's quite a chore sometimes!! Good for you! 4w
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TheQuietQuill
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Curled up in bed with a good book and a glass of wine 🍷 #mykindofsaturdaynight

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DebbieGrillo
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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Pickpick

Sadie is a self-reliant, strong young woman who never really got to be a kid. This novel deals with themes of violence, murder, abuse, addiction, pedophilia, grief and revenge. You get Sadie's story as it unfolds alternating with a podcast that deals with Sadie's sister's murder and Sadie's disappearance. A disturbing YA thriller.

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WellReadCatLady
Are You Sleeping | Kathleen Barber
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Mehso-so

Entertaining overall, but as a podcast listener I thought they did the host dirty to make her out to be some opportunistic bitch, when most podcast journalist are lovely & genuinely concerned. Also the whole mystery kind of lacked buildup and was just a information dump at the end.

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DebbieGrillo
Sadie | Courtney Summers
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"Money burns fast. Knowing that doesn't get easier with age and it's worse when you learn it young. The beauty of childhood is not entirely grasping the cost of living; food just appears in the fridge, you have a roof over your head because everyone does and electricity must be some kind of sorcery, like right out of Harry Potter or something, because who could ever put a price on light?" ( continued in comments.)

DebbieGrillo "Maybe it's not even that you believe in magic. It's that you never really had to think about any of it before. Then one day you find out you've been walking the razor's Edge all along." 1mo
TheBookKeepers Beautifully written!! I need to read this one! 1mo
Megabooks Loved this book! 1mo
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