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DylanT

DylanT

Joined March 2019

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D-Day: Breakup Poetry for YA Dummies | Tsvetana Bombeva, Milena Bruser
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FREE right now on Kindle, this wonderful mother-daughter writer-artist team delivers a emotional and uplifting journey into love in the digital age. See for yourself why I enjoyed it! Why not, it‘s free!

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D-Day: Breakup Poetry for YA Dummies | Tsvetana Bombeva, Milena Bruser
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So Litsy got the cover wrong for this book, so I figure I‘d just take a picture off the PC instead 😁 When I found My 15 year old daughter reading a books called ‘D-Day‘ I become suspicious, but she loves this book and read parts to me to ‘better understand her.‘ It is actually a fun read and the illustrations are creatively playful. A great book for a teen girl trying to find (or perhaps forget) love. I ❤️it

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D-Day: Breakup Poetry for YA Dummies | Tsvetana Bombeva, Milena Bruser
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What an interesting book for 75th anniversary of D-Day!!!

You develop your plan for invasion
You sent your spies to capture intelligence on me
You armed dark forces to raise up against me
You spread propaganda and lies about me
You developed sophisticated weapons

Against you, I never stood a chance, so I fully surrendered

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The public is often accused of being disconnected from its military, but frankly it‘s disconnected from just about everything.

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Demi Bom‘s book King of Pawns kept me so enthralled during my Balkan mountain hike, that I found any excuse to stop and read a few more pages. I probably spent more time reading and thinking about the plot than focusing on the mountain scenery. I enjoyed it so much, I read it 2x on the trip and started imagining the hikers around me were characters from the book. Going somewhere alone, bring this book along and you won‘t feel lonely!

KatieMiller So much better than “A gentleman in Moscow” 6mo
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This book kept my kids warm in the mountains today! Thanks Tsvetana Bombeva! If you are an environmentalist, this is a great book for your family. Best part is I t‘s currently free to download on the Kindle!

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“There was no better way to attract the attention of authorities or worse, other hired killers, than dressing like you are about to kill someone.”

tpixie Lol great quote! 📚📚📚 7mo
tpixie Welcome!! I seemed to have already liked your books before I 'friended' you! 7mo
DylanT @tpixie great minds think alike! 7mo
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DylanT @tpixie great quote from an enjoyable book! 7mo
tpixie @DylanT yes!! 🧠 🥳📚 7mo
Crazeedi Welcome to litsy!!🎉🎉 7mo
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rretzler Welcome to Litsy! 📖 Enjoy! 7mo
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The Partner: A Novel | John Grisham
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I can‘t believe this book only gets 60% as a pick! I am not a professional literary critic but like judging wine, I know what I like and I certainly like this book! Maybe it‘s the Count of Monte Cristo feel of this book, but it is certainly my favorite John Grisham book!

RadicalReader Looking forward to checking out this book for myself. Hope you have a wonderful time here on Litsy and make many bookwork buddies 7mo
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Watership Down | Richard Adams
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Great book! One of the best stories of society ever written, and it‘s about bunnies!

AnneFindsJoy Yes! 🐰 Agreed! Welcome to Litsy! 😀🤗📚 8mo
Desha Welcome to Litsy! Where we are great enablers of books on top of books! #nevertoomanybooksnotenoughbookshelves 🤪☺️😄 8mo
UwannaPublishme Welcome to Litsy! Get ready for your TBR list to soar. 😁📚📚📚📚 8mo
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SW-T Welcome to Litsy 😊 8mo
chaoticgoodhufflepuff Welcome! ❤️📚❤️ 8mo
rretzler One of my favorites! I‘ve read it many times! 7mo
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Ups and Downs: A Wild Book of Animal Adventures | Samuel Bruser, Tsvetana Bombeva
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A great addition to my kid‘s Kindle library, this book is FREE right now on Amazon! My 5 year old loves the colorful pictures with a diverse set of animal characters...We like that there is a lesson behind each story. It‘s simple enough for early readers to work through and short enough for us to recall and narrate from behind the driving wheel. There are 5 stories but My favorite is the Kangaroo that drinks soda and leaps from the sugar rush!

lover.of.the.classics Welcome to the Litsy Family!!! 8mo
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Slavena Ivanova was on the run.

She would have been dead by now if she was not properly trained by the Central Intelligence Agency and if she didn‘t break every rule in the book.

RaimeyGallant Welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon
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ProfReader Welcome to Litsy!!! ❤️💚💜♥️💙 8mo
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Great book! I need another like it! East Europe, an operative alone and unafraid, surrounded by adversaries. Suggestions?

booklahoma You might try the Night Soldiers series by Alan Furst. I prefer the classic Ambler, Le Carre, and Graham Greene espionage novels but most of them don't quite fit criteria you mentioned. Two excellent works about solo agents in Europe (but not Eastern Europe) are Eye Of The Needle (Follett) and Day Of The Jackal (Forsyth). And Demi Bom's new book (tagged) is set primarily in Bulgaria. (edited) 8mo
DylanT Thanks. I will check these out! I just bought King of Pawns and Night Soldiers. Will let you know how it goes. Great recommendations. 8mo
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I loved this book as a kid and am looking for another of the same genre (East Europe, dangerous circumstances and a protagonist that I can believe in). Any suggestions?

BookwormAHN Welcome to Litsy 😺 8mo
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