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AnnaK

AnnaK

Joined May 2016

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Room: A Novel | Emma Donoghue
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So good but so upsetting

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The Cambridge Dictionary of Scientists | Margaret Millar, David Millar, Ian Millar, John Millar
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Fun facts for days

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Maggot Moon | Sally Gardner
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So ready to start this one

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So detailed and interesting even if he hates the hot zone

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Rabbit Cake | Annie Hartnett
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So good I read it in one sitting, family and resilience and so much fun and truth

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Loving this book so much so far, and the little prince likes it as an eye mask

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Honest beautiful.. seriously there are no words and all the best words

Megabooks Agreed! 2y
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Read this book in grade school and it opened up the wonderful work of poetry, and the wonderful world of Langston Huges work.

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Lonesome Dove: A Novel | Larry McMurtry
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Finally getting to it, I have heard from so many people that this is their favorite book... now I see why

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Good book club read, engaging but not the most satisfying ending.

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Loving it so far

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Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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Finally we have my pick for book club this week!

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One of my favorite kids books of my childhood

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A Man Called Ove: A Novel | Fredrik Backman
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An old man who just wants to kill himself but everybody keeps f***ing it up, love

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Ready to dive in.

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The Book Thief | Markus Zusak
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Death as a narrator and character... Yes please!

shawnmooney I'm reading it now too, and very much enjoying it... I do have a love – hate relationship with the narrator, though… :-) 4y
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I learned so much and hate it when Mary Roach books end. As always, the footnotes are the best part.

shawnmooney If you're wondering what to read next, here's a few titles suggested by Mary Roach herself! I would most definitely's second her recommendation of The Portable Veblen! http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/12/books/review/mary-roach-by-the-book.html?smpro... 4y
AnnaK Thanks 😊 4y
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Not my cup of tea. I need a medical story to be novel or told from a new perspective and this was not it.

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Tale of Two Cities | Charles Dickens
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Bailed😣 I know so many people who love this book I thought I would try it again for a book club, but it's not for me

Megabooks This is the only required book I did not read in high school. #notafan 4y
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Random find that was incredible. It has a description of one of the first doctor tele-visits.

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Life After Life: A Novel | Kate Atkinson
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So inventive, love it

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We Should All Be Feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Not new information, but will be a great read for new feminist (i.e. My husband)

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Getting my write on

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Book club strikes again with another good book. I am loving the science and insight.

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I love death, humor, and a book that gives me more books for my TBR.

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I haven't read this book since grade school and it was incredible as an adult.

courtney I loved re-reading this as an adult, too! 4y
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