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JeanSwan

JeanSwan

Joined September 2019

“Writers think in combinations of A - Z” Jean Swan
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Taste for Coffee | Francine Beaton
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I have not read any romance in a while but I loved reading this book! Fun, flirty and relaxing. You will however need to have a nice cup of coffee or two to go with it so might as well grab some chocolate while your at it!

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The 13-Storey Treehouse | Andy Griffiths
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I read this book for my kids and must admit that I got a bit carried away myself. A true treat for the kids! Imaginative, impeccably creative, hilarious and a bit crazy in the end.

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This book is keeping me awake, and not just my eyes but also an awakening of the spirit.

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In bed with two good companions... something to read and some hot tea!

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I got this book from our Library over the weekend. It is such a difficult read due to all the inner reflection and lessons that you can take out of it, so I decided to rather go and buy a copy for myself. This is not a novel to help fill your bookshelf but rather a compass each of us should own, then every now and again take out of our pockets just to make sure that we are still heading in the right direction and have not lost our way. #alchemist

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Recently read this book by Stephen King. I was surprised by the calmness his writing reflected throughout the book. The master had once again managed to lead his audience off the path and take them along for a stroll in the woods. If I had not been to careful I might have just never found my way back home. Not what you would expect, still have suspense and a whole lot more than what you see in front of you. You really need to look deeper within!

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This was the second book I read from Karin Slaughter, and the one that got me hooked. Suspense right through until the end. How she is always five steps ahead of her readers I am bound to find out someday. If you are looking into reading Karin for the first time, this will not be it though, as it is very brutal and descriptive. It will keep your mind thinking back of quite a few scenes multiple times but the insight it gives is astonishing.

Smrloomis This sounds far too scary for me 😂 but good review. Welcome to Litsy! 🥳 1mo
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