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cherinium
Beneath a Scarlet Sky | Mark T. Sullivan
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Day 3 #adventrecommends @emilyrose_x

An emotional "mostly true" story of a young Italian spy during WWII.

#WWII #basedontrueevents #mountainclimbing #tearjerker #bringthetissues

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Jennick2004
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“...a woman who managed to attend her birth mother‘s funeral and finally saw people who looked like her”

I‘m going to cry through this entire book!
#TearJerker

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#Readinonesitting
#GratefulReads

This one broke my heart 💔😭

marleed Oh, me too! 3w
Eggs Should I stack it? 3w
OriginalCyn620 🙌🏼📚❤️ 3w
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baes
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3 Stars

A beautiful yet heartbreaking story with mediocre writing (sorry, I must be in minority here...I know a lot of people rave about this one). This could have been so much more, but it was great for a quick read.

Jennifer3 I think I enjoyed it because it was a quick read but there was definitely more that could have been done with it. I felt like it was because this was one of the first times he wrote a story like this? There is also 1mo
baes @Jennifer3 I‘ve read that one too. I just don‘t think I‘m fond of his writing style (at least for this genre), but the other one did seem a bit more thought out if I‘m remembering it correctly. This one seemed so rushed. 1mo
Jennifer3 @baes I agree the other one was better. I haven‘t read any of his books in ages. 1mo
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baes
The Songs of Us | Emma Cooper
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I started this one a while backed based off the recommendation of author, Kelly Rimmer (and upon reading reviews I‘ve heard it is a #tearjerker, which I love). I‘m easily distracted by Kindle books, so that‘s why I haven‘t finished, but I‘m determined to do it this week.

For those interested: It isn‘t sold in the US (I think it is a UK book), but I found it on Amazon in paperback form. Took a few weeks to arrive.

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Susanita
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1. Emotionally manipulative BS
2. Whose Line Is It Anyway?
3. Muffin and coffee
4. Eastern (US)
5. White Shadow
#friyayintro

Crazeedi Omg I LOVE who's line is it!!! The old ones were hilarious!! 3mo
Leftcoastzen #1 may be my biggest pet peeve about many bestselling authors today. 3mo
Susanita @Crazeedi The episode with Richard Simmons is one of the funniest things I‘ve seen in my life. 3mo
Susanita @Leftcoastzen It‘s so annoying! 3mo
Crazeedi @Susanita I cant say I remember that one, I just loved the old ones. I'm going to have to look for them on YouTube maybe 3mo
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LiterallyLiterary
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Pickpick

An emotionally devastating story and one that needed to be told.

“Sometimes, Clark, you are pretty much the only thing that makes me want to get up in the morning“

#Tearjerker
#Recommended

IvoryLunatic This is one of the few times where I like both the book and the movie a lot. 3mo
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AndreaLove
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My heart broke reading this 😢

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Lots_O_Books
Pickpick

This was a tear jerker, and I loved every bit of it!

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TheHeartlandBookFairy
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Pickpick

This book was given to me in a donation for my little free libraries and the person who donated it told me I should read it. well, you know how it goes with all of those books people give you and say you should read, on the stack lol 😂 This was #5 for my #14Books14Weeks. A quick read, def different than your average James Patterson book, much more in the vein of Nicholas Sparks. Reading the diary portion was very emotional!