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beautifulcrevice
This Is How It Always Is | Laurie Frankel
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i‘m hooked on this one 🧚‍♀️✨ i don‘t think i would‘ve read this one without reese‘s recommendation - just being honest - but now at pg 180 & going strong. (ok technically it was on my book wishlist and husband got it for me on christmas ♥️)
right now i love/hate the way the chapters end in part II. i‘m here for this! 🤓
#cliffhangers #thisishowitalwaysis #reesesbookclub

marleed I actually think I‘m a bit of better person for having read this book. 1mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage We read this for my IRL book group. I‘m so glad I could discuss it! 1mo
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Chelsea.Poole
Whisper Network: A Novel | Chandler Baker
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#currentlyreading #reesesbookclub #readandlisten
I've been reading such excellent books lately and I'm having rather lackluster feelings towards this one. Not that I don't like it, just that it's not as moving and exciting as some of its peers. I'm doing this on #audiobook mainly which could be part of the issue...?

Hooked_on_books I read it in print and loved it! 2mo
Buechersuechtling What it pity that‘s it‘s not gripping for you. 😟 I read the database entry, it sounds interesting. 2mo
JHSiess Definitely. The narration is horrible. 2w
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Laughterhp
Secrets We Kept | Lara Prescott
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My latest library haul. I‘ve been in the mood to read historical fiction lately, so I hope this book is good.

Per the librarian I have to read the tagged one first because it‘s a 14 day loan because one person recommended it and now it‘s super popular. #reesesbookclub

And obviously everyone has been talking about Pumpkinheads so had to get it!

Pachinko for #womenreadwomen2019

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dmoorhouse
Whisper Network: A Novel | Chandler Baker
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Pickpick

This book was EXCELLENT! Its not something I would normally pick out for myself at a bookstore but that being said, it was intriguing, it kept me guessing, and it really makes one think about the glass ceiling that is still alive today and such a prominent issue in the workplace.
#fiction #reesesbookclub

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kelli7990
Untitled | Unknown
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I‘ve made a spreadsheet with #reesesbookclub picks. I‘ve read 4 of them with my book club I‘m in outside of my day program and I only liked one so far. The other books we‘ve read weren‘t on this list. I‘ve decided that I‘m quitting the current book club I‘m in outside of the day program since I joined one at the day program.

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readingismyselfcare
Whisper Network: A Novel | Chandler Baker
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Pickpick

Oh this book. I have all the feels after finishing it. I can relate to so much of this book. I think this is the perfect buddy read or book club book. A lot of conversations will be started from this book, and I think that's amazing. #hellosunshine #reesesbookclub #recommend

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Jillylovesbooks
One Day in December | Josie Silver
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Pickpick

This was a quick, fun read that explores the idea of love at first sight. The guy and girl go through quite a bit and prove that although love at first sight can be real, it takes more than that to ultimately be together. The characters were frustrating at times, but overall I enjoyed their journey. #Reesesbookclub #hellosunshine #Readingwomenchallenge2019 -A romance or love story. #romcom #contemporaryromance

sudi Welcome to Litsy 😊🙋 5mo
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Heideschrampf
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Yay! Wonderfull news. I would have preferred it the other way around. #reesesbookclub

hermyknee 🤩🤩🤩🙂🙃🙂🙃🙂 I‘m so excited! 5mo
rather_be_reading i cant wait! 5mo
marleed As much as I loved this book - and I did, does anyone else take issue with Mia and her choices serving as the moral compass of this story? 5mo
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Heideschrampf @marleed yes, but because of her impulsiveness i found it relatable non-the-less. 5mo
marleed @Heideschrampf I agree, and it wasn‘t until I was completely finished and rating the book that I thought, wait a minute! I can‘t wait to see the series take on the characters! 5mo
mc916 I trust Reese with this! I also hope she dives deeper into each character. I felt Celeste did a great job of setting it up, but it felt more like bullets about each character. 5mo
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rather_be_reading
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Book 68 of 2019
This has been on my tbr for a while!
#reesesbookclub

TamAnder Enjoy! That‘s a good one. 7mo
marleed I can‘t believe it‘s still on my TBR. Soon soon! 7mo
Vivlio_Gnosi Always love the pictures you take with your surroundings in the background & your book in the foreground. 7mo
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Courtneyjo_reads I absolutely loved this book! 7mo
Jennifer3 This book was so good, her description of the surroundings read like poetry and the depth of her main character was intriguing. 7mo
rather_be_reading @Vivlio_Gnosi aww thank you so much. i try ❤ 7mo
rather_be_reading @Courtneyjo_reads im loving it so far 7mo
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Heideschrampf
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Pickpick

Some easterly #nakedreading listening to another recommendation from #reesesbookclub. It was a bit slow in the beginning but both characters and setting were lively and interesting. A magical realist crime novel set in colonial rural Malaya, I wouldn't be disinclined of a sequel to! (Also: #bodypositivity #letthesunshinein #feelinmyself)

TheKidUpstairs Magical realist crime novel? Stacked! 7mo
AmyG Well, now I am happy we will be reading this for #BOTMBUDDYREAD. I‘mwith you @TheKidUpstairs - the description sounds great. 7mo
CouronneDhiver 🙌🏽🙌🏽 7mo
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