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BookDadGirlDad

BookDadGirlDad

Joined July 2021

Husband, father, disciple. I'm not addicted to reading. I can quit after one more chapter.
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A little behind on my may #bookspin and #doublespin. This is my May #doublespin and the final book of Ember.

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Inheritance | Christopher Paolini
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I cant even begin to praise this book nor the entire series enough. The characters. The world-building. The depth of story and plot. Amazing and engrossing. I'll go out on a limb and say this is a top 5 series read for me. Well worth returning to multiple times. This was my April #bookspin @TheAromaofBooks

Jenniebooks I‘ll investigate the series. I love dragons. 2d
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! I actually was not a fan of this series even though it seems like it should have been up my alley! Glad to hear you enjoyed it!! 2d
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An excellent book. Modern Christianity very much forgets that Jesus was a Jewish rabbi who taught and spoke like his rabbinical counterparts of his time. If we but grasped that concept our faith practices and understanding would change significantly. Another well written and researched book. I didn't agree with all the positions taken, but they were largely minor disagreements. Read it and have your beliefs challenged.

Jenniebooks Is your life easier or harder because of faith? 3d
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Is life ever "easy"? Life is challenging faith or not. Faith adds a steadiness and purpose 3d
Jenniebooks Idealistically it should? Has the Lord answered most of your prayers the way you hope? 3d
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I've seen answers. Some as I'd hoped. 3d
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I've visited that site. Very good information 3d
Jenniebooks Waiting hardest part 3d
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The American Horticultural Society A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants | Christopher Brickell, Judith D. Zuk, American Horticultural Society
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A little light reading....

Jenniebooks Do you have a green thumb? 2w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Gonna do some gardening and flower beds. We'll see how green it is.😁 2w
Jenniebooks Bear with me for some moments .I‘ll get to my point eventually . Can you cook as good as your wife? 2w
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I think I'm on par with her but I believe I do better breakfast than she does 2w
Jenniebooks Can you cook for her on Mother‘s Day? https://www.yahoo.com/now/64-best-brunch-recipes-mothers-174452591.html Ask her how did she know you were a keeper? Does she love reading too? 2w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks No promises on brunch. Special days are usually no cooking days for us. As for reading....my wife loves to read to our girls. She doesn't do much leisure reading like me. 2w
Jenniebooks What are their fave stories? 2w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks She reads them chapter books at lunch. They enjoy a variety. 2w
Jenniebooks A well read woman is dangerous. Gardening can be frustrating . I would rather read😄 2w
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Sabbath is a few hours away. This will be my Sabbath read. My wife bought it for me. She's a keeper

Jenniebooks Do you feel safe in Florida? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I don't understand. 3w
Jenniebooks The pandemic and Gov. Desantis 3w
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Ah...now you see my politics. I love DeSantis. I've never been a fan of the extreme measures imposed upon us. I have no issues with precaution but oppose the coercion and mandates. I think Florida is a bastion of freedom and the policies set forth and the results prove it so. 3w
Jenniebooks What about Stop woke act and his fight with Disney possibly raising taxes? Do you think he will be president? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I think Disney is out of line. When you come out and publicly state you will fight a legislature Chosen by the people, you invite a fight. DeSantis gave it to them. The dissolution of the district occurs in 2023. Plenty of time to keep it in place. Disney is stuck. DeSantis for president? Possible. I'd vote for him. 3w
Jenniebooks Do you think G-d cares about politics? Should America be a theocracy? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I think we have choices to make. There is nothing going on that surprises the Creator. We won't make America a bastion of Christianity like many Christian Nationalists think (many of whom are anti-Semitic to the core. How ironic) We have a responsibility to make wise decisions on our leaders. Theocracy happens in the millennium and beyond 3w
Jenniebooks Some Christians are the problem. They don‘t accept that the country is diverse. They want country for free white men. Everyone else is excluded from the promise and potential of America 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I can't disagree. Those people exist and I have an issue with them. 3w
Jenniebooks Have to stay away from holier than thou hypocrites. They do the worst damage. Do you celebrate Christmas and Easter? Excuse me for my ignorance. I don‘t celebrate any holidays. 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I used to!! I slowly began to have a "distaste" for egg hunts at churches and trees in sanctuaries. Once our family delved into Torah, we decided these holidays were not something we should do. We observe the Feast days of the Father (as best we can knowing there is no Temple). 3w
Jenniebooks I wouldn‘t want to observe. Pagan holidays I‘ve heard Jesus‘s real birthday is in June . Do you think someday G-d will tell us where Ark of the covenant is? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I think Jesus was born near Passover or Tabernacles. All theory though. The Ark of the Covenant would be an earth shattering discovery. 3w
Jenniebooks Would you want to go to wailing wall in Jerusalem? 3w
Jenniebooks Do you think Jesus would have been great leader for Israel if he lived longer? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Depends on your view of Messiah. 3w
Jenniebooks I‘m still waiting for him to rescue me 3w
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Spinning Tales | Brey Willows
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May #bookspin. Still have some series I'm looking to finish and some "Oh yeah...I saw that on Litsy" reads. @TheAromaofBooks

Zoes_Human I'm so curious. What do you read for “odd“ and “even“? (I love seeing the different ways folks create their lists!) 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Zoes_Human I just pick a book from the listed 1-10 for 11-20. Basically, I pick my top 10 need to read for 1-10. 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3w
Zoes_Human @BookDadGirlDad Ahhhh, cool! Thanks! 3w
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A strong title for a strong book. The main premise of this book is for each person to take stock of what they believe and hold it up to the truth of the Word of God. Our first source is the Word and listening to the Spirit. Men get it wrong. The author deftly points out errors across the spectrum of Judaism and Christianity. If you don't want your beliefs challenged, don't read this book. I found it refreshing and enlightening.

Jenniebooks Do you have this in your collection? Tanach: The Torah, Prophets, Writings: The Twenty-Four Books of the Bible 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks No I don't....yet 3w
Jenniebooks When it becomes available for download, I will share with you 3w
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Very cool. Thank you 3w
Jenniebooks May I ask questions about faith? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Sure. I don't mind questions as long as it is the sharing of info and not debate. 3w
Jenniebooks If your parents were not Jewish, would you pick this for yourself? Most things are debatable. 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Not sure I understand. My parents are not Jewish. I am a Torah observant Gentile believer in Jesus the Christ. That flips a few lids. I guess I am close to Messianic Judaism minus some rabbinical influence. And yes, most things are debatable. I've seen many of those debates devolve into name calling and worse. 3w
Jenniebooks Wow. I‘ve heard of Jews for Jesus. Is that close to your beliefs? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I'm not overly familiar with that organization. I would be considered part of the "Hebrew Roots" movement. 3w
Jenniebooks Awesome. I like that you flip heads… Would you say it is neoconservative? And you are a rebel with a cause? 😁 3w
BookDadGirlDad My beliefs are on the conservative side. I am something of a rebel. I've never quite fit in and like to do thing counter to the mainstream 3w
Jenniebooks @BookDadGirlDad I don‘t fit in either for many reasons .that is a gift.
Forgive me for my ignorance going forward. Do you worship at temple or church? I love Torah. Haven‘t read too much on New Testament but plan to.
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks I've only gone to a synagogue one time to see Joshua Aaron in "concert". I guess you would say I go to a "church". The liturgy we say is done in Hebrew and English 3w
Jenniebooks I would go to both if I could if I wasn‘t scared of Jesus on the cross. Are you fluent in Hebrew? Do you have a Kosher diet? 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks What scares you about that? That's something I don't think I've heard. I wish I was fluent in Hebrew. As for "kosher", I do follow the Lebitical food laws. I don't know or follow any of the rabbinical guidelines. So no pork, shellfish, etc for me 3w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks What scares you about that? That's something I don't think I've heard. I wish I was fluent in Hebrew. As for "kosher", I do follow the Levitical food laws. I don't know or follow any of the rabbinical guidelines. So no pork, shellfish, etc for me 3w
Jenniebooks I‘ve never met him but he shouldn‘t have died for me. That would also relieve Jewish people of their supposed guilt. 3w
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This short book was a little less informative on how-to than I had hoped. It covers some easy growing crops for Florida. Tips on overcoming the poor soil are helpful. Yeah, you can grow gardens in Florida.

BookDragonNotWorm I can get things to grow just fine, it's finding an organic way to keep insects off my garden so the humans have a chance to eat it that I'm struggling with! 😁 🌿🪲 3w
BookDadGirlDad @BookDragonNotWorm Plant something around it that repels those insects. Some insects don't like certain herbs. (I'm still learning) 3w
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This will be my #bookspin for April. Looking forward to reading this fantastic series. (I think the Pioneer Woman is eye balling my book...😁😁😁)

persephone1408 I read the first one years ago. It was so good. If I ever have time I'm gonna get back to it. 1mo
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This was quite the thriller. The twist and turns, the surprises, and the characters made this for quite an enthralling read. Not recommended if you trigger off violence easily. #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

KCofKaysville @BookDadGirlDad I liked the book and saw the Swedish movie, but not the American one. It is violent but very exciting too. 1mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4w
Jenniebooks Hope you had a peaceful holiday. When it‘s time for Yom Kippur, remind me to ask you a question. 4w
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BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks We tried the recipe for the Matzah Icebox Cake!!! My word was it delicious!!! I really enjoy the feast times. They are rich in so many ways. 4w
Jenniebooks I‘m glad it was enjoyed. My question is what were the acts of rabbis during Yom Kippur during Second temple period. I had a book on that but I had to give it back 4w
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks Good question. If you're talking of fasting, that's the argument of the ages. There's a fellow named Rico Cortes who studies that stuff. He may have an answer on his YouTube channel "Wisdom in Torah". 4w
Jenniebooks Talking about everything Avodah, prayers 4w
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The Backyard Homestead | Carleen Madigan
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The world is going to hell in a handbasket it seems. I was raised working my grandmother's garden. Time to get back to it and grow my own.

Bookwormjillk Love The Backyard Homestead 1mo
Darklunarose We backyard homestead as well. Growing our own is the best thing we started to do when the pandemic hit. 1mo
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I don't know where I heard about this book. I am sure this is going to be an....interesting....sabbath read. I've glanced thru it briefly. Some knowledge of Hebrew names will be helpful, but the author does provide a resource to help. Plenty of annotation and Scriptural reference

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This is my #doublespin for April. Yes.....I am starting yet another series.....

aa_guer2021 Good one to start! Enjoy!! 1mo
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Leviathan Wakes | James S.A. Corey
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And I've been sucked in to another series. This started a little cliche for me but quickly turned from it. The action, political intrigue, and character development made for a page turning thrill ride. Humanity is threatened and it's up to an idealistic ship captain and his crew to bring the threat to an end. I agree with George R R Martin. This is interplanetary adventure as it should be written. 5🌟

Jaimelire Great series! 1mo
Creadnorthey This is a good one to get sucked into! Cheers 2w
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This books brings a concept that challenges how we believe and interpret the Bible. Western Christianity forgets the Jewish context, Hebraic style of thinking, and the "Jewishness" of the Messiah. It suffers for it. We miss connections and even deeper meanings by neglecting these things. The ideas presented within the pages challenge us to break free of Western thought and understand Scripture in the style and context it was written.

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Leviathan Wakes | James S.A. Corey
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Gonna roll the dice. It's on my April #bookspin list. Maybe I'll get a head start if the right number is pulled.😁

Jenniebooks Hi Thank you for following me. Thought you might like this https://share.newsbreak.com/s0k3p26l 2mo
BookDadGirlDad @Jenniebooks THANK YOU!!! I showed that to my wife. That may make it to the menu!!! 2mo
Jenniebooks Happy Pesach Enjoy 2mo
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Erak's Ransom | John Flanagan
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A fine addition to the Ranger's Apprentice series. A "throwback" book in the middle of the series can be a little off putting, but I didn't mind since it has been a while since I stopped at book 6. This was a reintroduction to the characters. It was an exciting read with enough intrigue and action to keep the pages turning. Flanagan has created a fantastic world.

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April #bookspin #doublespin. Still knocking off those older #tbr and some series reads @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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Erak's Ransom | John Flanagan
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Well...I paid full price for it. Time to read it!

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The Paris Library: A Novel | Janet Skeslien Charles
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I am truly beginning to love books such as this one. I really want to visit the real ALP now. This is a story courage, friendships, love, and the library that centered it all. Based on real people and events, this is a fantastic, cozy read.

SilversReviews Enjoyed this book!! 2mo
BookBabe great review! I could go for a nice cozy read. Stacking! ☺️ 1mo
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Erak's Ransom | John Flanagan
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I rarely by new books. I've been searching for this one for close to a year. I read the first 6 a while back when I had Covid. I found 8 thru 12 but never 7. I broke down and bought it new so I could finish the series. Not complaining since I used a gift card to do it.

MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward AHH what a throw back! One of my brothers and I bonded over these books as kids. Great fun, glad you found your series completer. 📚 2mo
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The Paris Library: A Novel | Janet Skeslien Charles
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Knocking off that #tbr! Based on the true story of the librarians at the American Library in Paris during WW2. This should be excellent.

DarkMina Loved it! 2mo
KellyK Read this for book club last year - it is really good. 2mo
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This was a delightful read about faith, love, and doing what is right. This is the "prequel" of the Ember series and highlights one of the first people to inhabit Ember. A very rich story that is easy and quick to read. Highly enjoyable.

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Moving on to this. Trying to get series finished off.

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Holy cow!!!! Paolini delivers another amazing book! The twists in this one rival or better those in Eldest. This book engrossed me and drove me on. Page-turner does it no justice. A fast-paced, hard driving tour-de-force that begs you to stay awake, forgo food, and feast on the story. You really need to read this series. This was my March #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward If this sings your tune, have you tried “The Legend of Eli Monpress” by Rachel Aaron? 2mo
BookDadGirlDad @MerlinTheSlightlyAwkward I have not. I'll check it out. 2mo
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My next "Shabbat book". Great insight on page 25: "The Scriptures are meant for us to read but they were not written to our modern world." Looking forward to absorbing this book bit by bit.

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An excellent book on many issues concerning the separation of Jesus (Yeshua) and his message from the Jewish context it was presented in. Jesus was a reformer not a rebel. He didn't come to start something new but to restore. He came to call people to repentance. We must understand him.and his message within the context it was given. An excellent read with valuable insight.

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Stoked to start this one. One of the series I am wanting to get finished. Eldest left me thirsty for this one. March #doublespin

persephone1408 Years ago, I got halfway thru eldest and quit. Ive been buying them cause Im gonna try again, cause I LOVED Eragon! 3mo
BookDadGirlDad @persephone1408 Interesting. I had a hard time putting Eldest down. 3mo
persephone1408 @BookDadGirlDad I'll keep you posted on how I do the second time around. 😉 3mo
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I had all the information Poirot did, yet I didn't have it figured out. This is why I am not a detective. Another brilliant mystery by the queen. As always, she keeps you guessing until the end. #bookspin for March. @TheAromaofBooks

persephone1408 Well, im over 100 pages in and shes still not dead! Grr 3mo
fredthemoose We just went and saw the newly released movie based on this book. It was fun! 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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My March #bookspin and #doublespin. I've a head start since I started Death on the Nile over the weekend. Excited to get into Brisingr.

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Yes. I do think I will cozy up with a book.❤❤😍😍

persephone1408 Looks like someone loves stitch...I can relate. 3mo
BookDadGirlDad @persephone1408 she is a definite fan. 3mo
BookBabe ☺️ 2mo
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Putting this as my next "shabbat (sabbath) book". Should be very interesting. This book was actually recommended by Aaron Shust (for those are familiar with contemporary Christian music).

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A very well written book on the needs of and trajectory for Messianic Judaism. Thoughtful and intelligently written. There are some theological issues I would disagree with the author on regarding Gentile Torah observance. Overall, a serious read and worth the time. I read this as my "Shabbat book", only reading it on the Sabbath. I believe it helped me focus better on it in relation to growing in my faith.

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My 3rd Christie. I understand this is one of the best.

Marialou It‘s fantastic. 3mo
Blerdgal_Fenix The 2022 movie gives it proper justice 🤓 3mo
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I am at a loss of words. This book was well beyond my expectations. It was funny. It was sad. A reminder of how we can either overcome our circumstances or be overcome by them. Count Rostov is by far one of the most wonderful characters I've had the joy of meeting in all my years of reading. This book is more than worthy of your time. I'll definitely re-read this. #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
Bigwig This novel was terrific, one of my favorite reads in recent years. 3mo
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The Ides of March: A Novel | Thornton Wilder
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My kids actually picked some of my March entries for #bookspin #doublespin. @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!!! 3mo
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Started my #doublespin for February. Let's see if it meets the hype.

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The People of Sparks | Jeanne DuPrau
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This book has an important point to make and does it well. A book about the courage to do the right thing even in the face of fear. It touches on how easily anger and revenge can consume us like a fire in a dry forest. A quick, easy read but deeply insightful, too. 5💡

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The People of Sparks | Jeanne DuPrau
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I should probably read my February #doublespin ( Gentleman in Moscow), but I need a palate cleanser after Dante Club. Trying to finish some series.

tokorowilliamwallace O.o What are your thoughts on The Dante Club? I've started it but haven't gotten very far in. I have enjoyed the academic and literary characterization, as well as the descriptive prose, so far. 3mo
BookDadGirlDad @tokorowilliamwallace I have a review on it 3mo
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The Dante Club: A Novel | Matthew Pearl
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Well, I didn't see that coming! A very surprising twist that caught me by surprise. A very interesting and historic cast playing sleuth to catch a killer. Not the quickest of reads but worthy of your time. My February #bookspin. @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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Death on the Nile (Poirot) | Agatha Christie
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Apparently today was International Book Giving Day. From my wife.

ShelleyBooksie Great wife ☺️ 3mo
MittenGirlPeach I really enjoyed last bookshop. Full of hope! 3mo
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Leviathan Wakes | James S.A. Corey
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Apparently, I've made a commitment to read and/or collect another series.

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The Dante Club: A Novel | Matthew Pearl
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This is my February #bookspin. It's been on my #tbr for a awhile. Looking forward to reading it.

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This book was off the charts FANTASTIC!!! It's been a while that a fantasy book has engaged me as much as this did. There are shadows of LOTR in the story, but those only added to the deliciousness if this feast. THE PLOT TWIST!!! WHAT!!! Y'all gotta read this (after Eragon, of course.) 5 stars and whatever else you can think of.

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The Dante Club: A Novel | Matthew Pearl
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February #bookspin and #doublespin
Dante Club has been on my TBR a while. Gentleman in Moscow has shown up here multiple times with good reviews.

Readergrrl Loved The Dante Club! TBH, I‘d forgotten about it until I saw this post! 3mo
TheSpineView I think I have read A Gentleman in Moscow 4 times now. One of my all time favorites. I really hope you enjoy. 3mo
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2nd visit to the $1 popup bookstore.

MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Nice haul! 😍 4mo
tokorowilliamwallace Nice, I'm currently going through Idoru. It's very atmospheric and culturally-informed. 3mo
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The Paris Library: A Novel | Janet Skeslien Charles
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This is my Friday #bookhaul from.the popup $1 bookstore. I destroyed their Baldacci stock. The thinner paperbacks are mainly Newberry authors. I do believe we are returning tomorrow.

SRWCF 🤑🤑🤑💯💯💯 4mo
megnews Awesome!!! 4mo
Aims42 Good score!! 🙌👍 4mo
tokorowilliamwallace There have been massive collection drop-offs at my local resale charity shop of Jack Higgins, Ed McBain, Joseph Wambaugh, and Mickey Spillane. I've picked up a handful in the past. 3mo
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Take my money!!! #buyallthebooks

megnews Show us the stack you came home with. 4mo
BookDadGirlDad @megnews Coming Saturday night or Sunday!!! 4mo
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@TheAromaofBooks On to February with #bookspin. Such a fun challenge. Still working on clearing a few that have been on the #tbr a bit long and get some series finished off list.

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4mo
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Couple #thriftstore finds. Chris Kyle is an American hero. The Christie is a 1973 edition.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I think about this movie! 4mo
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