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TheEmpress
Illuminae | Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff
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#24in48 #sffchallenge fFor the first challenge for this readathon weekend... here is my SFF TBR shelf. (I‘ve read Illuminae but because I love it so much I couldn‘t put it away.) I‘m a bit behind on my mission to get to 24 hours so I need to catch up!

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noxwaren
Incarceron | Catherine Fisher
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little late to start this morning, but I've got my coffee and now I'm rearing to go! #24in48

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ashsbookmarks
Mortal Engines | Philip Reeve
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Making progress in this #readathon. Finished Mortal Engines and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Plus making progress on The Duke and I on audiobook 🤗
#happyreading #read #oz #mortalengines #24in48 @24in48

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noxwaren
Incarceron | Catherine Fisher
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Hold on, wait. He says “the child“ when talking to Claudia and mentions before that she looks just like her mother, maybe a little taller. She's not a clone of some sort, right? She wouldn't be taller then.

... Right?

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Riada
Caraval | Stephanie Garber

Unpopular thought: I did not enjoyed Caraval.

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Caraval | Stephanie Garber
Panpan

I liked the start but it went downhill from there.I just had to finish it as I never leave a book unfinished but won't continue the series.I love fantasies but this flow is out of any possible logic.It made no sense to me.The clues made no sense. Just wondering around and guessing most of the time.
Oh... I just hate all characters. None of them were intriguing enough to keep me reading, and they were all annoying to no end.

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Riada

It may be an unpopular opinion but I sympathise with Madeline's mum. I can understand the reason behind all her actions. Some of those decision are horrible, but she is still a mommy trying to protected her baby (or thinking that she is).

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“Sometimes I reread my favorite books from back to front. I start with the last chapter and read backward until I get to the beginning. When you read this way, characters go from hope to despair, from self-knowledge to doubt. In love stories, couples start out as lovers and end as strangers. Coming-of-age books become stories of losing your way. Your favorite characters come back to life.”

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Just because you can‘t experience everything doesn‘t mean you shouldn‘t experience anything.

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Pickpick

Everything, Everything is a risk and awesome. A quick and easy read.
It isn't all about a very ill teenager girl.The characters are well written and reliable. Some may judge that the end is predictable but still it is enjoyable and the best it could have happened. I also loved the writing style of the book. All Maddy's note - full of pictures, emails and her diagrams - are incorporated through all the book. It was awesome.