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JacintaMCarter

JacintaMCarter

Joined May 2016

Hello. My name is Jacinta. I am a book addict. bookhoardersanonymous.weebly.com
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Do Not Say We Have Nothing | Madeleine Thien
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Shiny Broken Pieces: A Tiny Pretty Things Novel | Sona Charaipotra, Dhonielle Clayton
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Tiny Pretty Things | Sona Charaipotra, Dhonielle Clayton
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Ladykiller: A Novel | Katherine Wood
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The Phantom Tollbooth | Norton Juster
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Dreamland | Sarah Dessen
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Hate List | Jennifer Brown
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They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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David Copperfield | Charles Dickens
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The Great Gatsby | F. Scott Fitzgerald
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keithmalek I like this hashtag idea. Even though I already read one book this year, I'll start with the second one, which I finished today, hated, and didn't post about yet. 5mo
keithmalek Correction. Today was my third book of the year. 5mo
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The Light in the Ruins | Chris Bohjalian
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What Feasts at Night | T Kingfisher
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Crazeedi ❤️❤️❤️ Carol 5mo
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The Da Vinci Code | Dan Brown
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Me Before You | Jojo Moyes
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Five Feet Apart | Rachael Lippincott
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Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier
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The Notebook | Nicholas Sparks
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Aphrodite Made Me Do It | Trista Mateer
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Mockingjay | Suzanne Collins
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Catching Fire | Suzanne Collins
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The Weight of Blood | Tiffany D. Jackson
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Bel Canto | Ann Patchett
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The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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Deathless Divide | Justina Ireland
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Dread Nation | Justina Ireland
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Trafficked | Kim Purcell
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Braiding Sweetgrass | Robin Wall Kimmerer
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OhNoMersault Such a powerful book 8mo
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Drummers of Jericho | Carolyn Meyer
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The Road | Cormac McCarthy
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This is easily one of my favorite books and every time I read it, I find new things that I immediately want to discuss with everyone.

Texreader I‘m impressed. That was a hard hard book to read. He‘s a great writer but the subject is so difficult! 9mo
DHill Easily one of the most impactful books I‘ve ever read. 9mo
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This book is definitely a product of its time in terms of the language used. But my real problem with it is that all of the action took place in the last three chapters and the mystery was resolved immediately.

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The Crucible | Arthur Miller
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This continues to be one of my favorite books to teach.

dabbe YES! 🤩🤩🤩 9mo
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Harvest: A Novel | Catherine Landis
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Based on the cover, I didn't think I was going to enjoy this book much. But I'm glad I gave it a try. The story follows multiple generations who live and work the same farmland, showing how the characters interact with each other and the land around them. There was one character death that deserved more time, but other than that, I enjoyed everything about this book.

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Mudbound | Hillary Jordan
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#2023Book64
This is one of the few books I read after watching the movie, but it didn‘t affect my enjoyment of the story at all. Although, enjoyment might be the wrong word, considering the subject matter. This book is very well-written and I felt so deeply for the main characters.

Becker This has been on my shelf for years. Maybe I should get around to it soon. 9mo
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Monday's Not Coming | Tiffany D. Jackson
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Everything Tiffany D. Jackson writes is like a punch in the gut. I had to force myself to put this book down every night and go to bed, because I wanted to stay up to finish the whole thing in one sitting. I needed to know how it was going to end.

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People of the Book | Geraldine Brooks
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I love the way the writer took the main plot and kept branching off into seemingly unrelated flashbacks and side plots. I knew they would eventually have to come together, but the way everything finally led back into the main plot was incredibly well done.

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Anna Karenina | Leo Tolstoy
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The main story is great and maybe one or two of the side plots. But overall, there is way too much going on in this novel and way too many characters to keep track of.

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Passing | Nella Larsen
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This novel is pretty short, but it definitely packs a punch. And despite having been written almost 100 years ago, the issues still remain painfully relevant today.

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Sorrowland | Rivers Solomon
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The writing in this book is absolutely gorgeous and the plot and characters were original and extremely interesting. I wish I had read the book, though, instead of listening to the audiobook, because there were several times I realized I wasn‘t really following what was happening in the story.

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Rattlebone | Maxine Clair
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I really liked getting to know the characters in this book. A few stories, though, seemed to end way too quickly without giving the characters enough time to be fleshed out properly.

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#2023Book57
This was a fun read and actually included recipes that regular people can easily make.

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River of Teeth | Sarah Gailey
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I loved the premise of this story and the characters. However, there were so many characters introduced in such a short novella that none of them really got the depth they deserved.

TieDyeDude I read the collection American Hippo, which has the two novellas and a bonus short, so I felt like I had a little more time in the world, but it is so unique I wish there were more! 11mo
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