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BookladyOnTheMove
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I've been reading fiction and nonfiction from World War I. This book seemed required - there should be no romanticising this war or any other. #wwi

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Other Words for Home | Jasmine Warga
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Pickpick

Jude is a Syrian refugee navigating two worlds and languages in America, coming into her own. Told in verse

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Faibka
Slaughterhouse-Five | Kurt Vonnegut
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GingerAntics Is this from the beginning? Where are you in the book so far? 2d
Daisey This was one of the quotes from this book that struck me the most when I read it. 2d
Faibka @GingerAntics it‘s near the end, I‘ve already finished it but I‘m going back to quotes I found interesting 2d
Faibka @Daisey yes! For me too. In the midst of all the dark humor there‘s a very powerful message of the senselessness of war and how it dehumanizes, which is why I liked the book so much 2d
GingerAntics That‘s what I thought, but this seemed almost like it belonged at the beginning. I guess I‘m going to have to get reading beyond the intro. 2d
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