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KendallHershey

KendallHershey

Joined October 2019

I rlly love talking about books
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Circe by Madeline Miller
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Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
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Dune by Frank Herbert
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The Snow Gypsy by Lindsay Jayne Ashford
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This is probably one of my favorite classics, and I mean I CANT with this edition. My love language is buying me beautiful books.

“There is no doubt that genius lasts longer than beauty. That accounts for the fact that we all take such pains to over-educate ourselves. In the wild struggle for existence, we want to have something that endures, and so we fill our minds with rubbish and facts, in the silly hope of keeping our place.”

BarbaraBB That cover 😍 3mo
jessjess That is so beautiful 😍 3mo
Gissy Beautiful edition!😱🤎🧡🍁🍂 3mo
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Pip2 Very nice! I just bought that book last week in the penguin classic edition. I like yours a bit more though! Now I can‘t wait to read it! 3mo
KendallHershey @BarbaraBB @jessjess @Gissy @Pip2 it even has gold page edging! It‘s from Chiltern Publishing 🥰 3mo
BarbaraBB Wow! 3mo
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Paper Girls Vol. 6 | Brian K. Vaughan
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The girls are scattered across space and time to 4 different corners of the universe in this final volume. Clones of themselves are trying to reunite the original gang. There‘s an ending. I didn‘t expect I would have so many hopes for the futures of these fictional girls. #graphicnovel

RaeLovesToRead I'm on vol 4... it's ace so far! 😄 3mo
quirkyreader I read it when it first came out and it was wonderful. Now my nephew has them all. 3mo
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This has been sitting in my tbr for an embarrassing amount of years 🙈 I always thought it would be a super dense and slow read, but it definitely wasn‘t. I enjoyed it!

TurnerofPages My favorite book!!! 😄 2mo
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Well one thing is very clear: V. E. Schwab is a beautiful writer. The prose of this story flowed so effortlessly and the story is a truly unique romance. I won‘t spoil anything for those who haven‘t read it, but for those who have, all I will say is that I really love clever girls.

RaeLovesToRead Love this picture! So cosy! 😍 8mo
OriginalCyn620 I‘m reading this one now! 8mo
Ruthiella Third thumbs up for this book on Litsy today. It‘s a sign to add it to my TBR! 8mo
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Paper Girls Vol. 5 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Welp. The time war continues to rage in this fifth book of Paper Girls. The past catches up to the future, time could fold i to itself, and at the very end, the squad is dissipated across space and time. What the fuuuu. #graphicnovel

KathyWheeler I‘m behind on Paper Girls. I need to catch up. 11mo
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This. Book. This book taught me that you can have an unlikeable narrator and still like the book. In my more depressive episodes, I really relate to this character. How nice it would be to just sleep. Not another worry.

Cathythoughts Sleep is good 👍🏻❤️ 11mo
Tera66 If only....😴 11mo
sarahlandis I loved this booK! It was the first time I realized you didn't need a plot to have a good book. It was basically an in depth character study 11mo
KendallHershey @sarahlandis yes so true!! 11mo
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Paper Girls Vol. 4 | Brian K. Vaughan
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Yoooo what if y2k really happened? In book 4 of #PaperGirls we‘re thrown in to an alternate reality where ish is going down at the turn of the millennium. Can‘t wait to see what comes in book 5. #graphicnovel

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The Apricot Memoirs | Tess Guinery
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Here‘s the cover of the book from the poem I posted yesterday. Just 😍😍
#poetry #poetrymatters

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The Apricot Memoirs | Tess Guinery
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TheSpineView 😍😍😍 12mo
EddyEsmond I like the pink paper and ink in that book. 12mo
KendallHershey @EddyEsmond isn‘t that just the sweetest thing?? 12mo
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Paper Girls, Volume 3 | Brian K Vaughan
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In this third book the girls are thrown way way back in time. There‘s ancient life, unknown beasts, and time holes that shoot out futuristic objects. How are they going to get out of this one? That‘s the same question I ask myself after each book. I‘m so impressed by this fictional (s)quad. #graphicnovel

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Pale Fire | Vladimir Nabokov
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Spending my Christmas evening with this book. I got it in my work‘s present exchange. I asked whoever got me to send me a copy of their favorite book! It‘s my go-ask and I love it because it gives me a chance to get to know them better. I always reach out afterwards and schedule a coffee chat so we can discuss the book.

Freespirit It‘s one of my favourite questions to ask “What is your favourite book?❤️ 13mo
Buechersuechtling Oh, I love that idea‼️👏🏼 I might copy it for 2021. 🤗 Thank you very much for this inspiration. 13mo
Nute That‘s a cool idea! 13mo
needleminding I love that idea! 12mo
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Hannibal Rising | Thomas Harris
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Wow, what a childhood Hannibal had. What makes a serial killer? What makes a cannibal? This was a great read into a look at what made the man.

JenDR I remember reading this a few years ago and liking the backstory of Dr. Lecter. I felt like I got some answers to questions I had while reading Silence of the Lambs. 13mo
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Homie | Danez Smith
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As I left Cali three days ago on a roadtrip to meet up with my family for the holidays, this felt timely. #poetry #poetrymatters

BethM This is beautiful! Speaks to my midwestern soul! 13mo
TheSpineView Beautiful! 😍 13mo
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Continuing on my journey through this series. This book showed a side of Hannibal that we never saw in the films. We got to experience so much culture and learn about livestock 😅

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Brave New World | Aldous Huxley
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Okay, so this one is hiiiighly rated on Goodreads and with my network of book lovers, but I have to admit it felt sort of meh to me. I know Huxley was kind of the first, but it felt like I‘ve read this story before. It‘s a fascinating concept, but I didn‘t find myself getting really excited to read this. So I‘m only giving it a so-so.

Zoes_Human I‘m a big dystopian fan, but I still only found this one to be ok. 13mo
TheNeverendingTBR That ending though!!!!!! 😲 13mo
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Home Body | Rupi Kaur
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I think Rupi is incredibly talented and I adore her work, but this book didn‘t land with me as strongly as her other books of #poetry. I‘m noticing a trend in modern poetry where the need for something to be short and shareable makes it feel to me like vague sub-tweets. That‘s sort of what this collection felt like to me. But there were still some really moving pieces!

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The Silence of the Lambs | Thomas Harris
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So creepy, and yet such an interesting read. Buffalo Bill is an iconic villain that inspires chills down the spine. I got really sucked in rooting for Jack Crawford and Clarice Starling on team FBI.

TheNeverendingTBR That cover! 😍 13mo
Angeles The audiobook is even more scary 😀 13mo
KendallHershey @Angeles oooh I didn‘t even think about that, but I‘m sure it is! 13mo
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Dearly: New Poems | Margaret Atwood
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I adore Margaret Atwood. Her new book of #poetry is a combination of gentle musings and sharp observation. Which is use to describe most of her writings. #poetrymatters

nathandrake1997 THE HANDMAID'S TALE is one of my all-time favourite books 😄 14mo
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Paper Girls Volume 2 | Brian K Vaughan
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This series is already such a wild ride. I can‘t believe that are so many more volumes to go; it makes me really curious what is to come. #graphicnovel

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Red Dragon | Thomas Harris
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I grew up on these movies and I couldn‘t wait to read the books when I saw them in the store. I bought all of them in the series! The character of Hannibal is so fascinating and it was great to meet him and see him engage with Will Graham.

beautifulcrevice your nails 😍 1y
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Doctor Sleep: A Novel | Stephen King
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My happy place 😍😩🥰 I know I‘m in good company here. Tagged book is my current read.

TheNeverendingTBR It's such a great sequel! 👌 1y
KendallHershey @TheNeverendingTBR yes just finished it today! I thought King did a really job with Danny and continuing on the character development for him. It all felt very consistent. 1y
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I came for the cover, but stayed for the #poetry 😍 some were sweet, some powerful. Overall a good collection from Kate for her first book. #poetrymatters

CoveredInRust That cover is GORGEOUS! 1y
beautifulcrevice that cover is amazing. also your nails but think i already said that.. 1y
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And with the tagged book, I finally hit my goal of 100 books in a year! I tried last year and missed by like 4 books. A global pandemic really gives you a lot of quiet time to read, you know.

Reggie Congrats!🥳 1y
aperfectmjk Yay!! Congratulations! Feels so good to hit that goal... especially early. 🍾 1y
ladym30 Congratulations!❤️ 1y
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Mishu94 Congratulations 🥳 1y
j9brown 🥳🎉 1y
Fantasy_bookworm Woot woot! 1y
eeclayton Congrats! 🎉 1y
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American Psycho | Bret Easton Ellis
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I‘m currently in the middle of listening to American Psycho on #audiobook and I have to say... I‘m extremely bored! I understand the point Bret Easton Ellis is trying to make, but I don‘t want to listen to this guy detail his dinner plans, his fashion choices, or his skincare routine *again.* Narcissism is incredibly dull.

Vansa Oh I couldn't agree more. You get the point after a few chapters. Bret Ellis likes to hit his readers over the head multiple times with the book equivalent of a hammer. It goes on and on, in the same vein. It could have been a novella and been a lot more powerful! 1y
mcipher The Huey Lewis and the News chapter... but honestly the business cards are my favorite part. It‘s so ridiculous. 1y
Liz_M “Narcissism is incredibly dull.“ 😂 1y
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Homie | Danez Smith
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Just Jet and I supporting a black author, reading some great #poetry, and getting rid of the Sunday scaries. #poetrymatters #BLM #blacklivesmatter #dogsoflitsy

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It‘s cold and gloomy this morning where I am, so this feels appropriate. #poetry #poetrymatters

readordierachel Love this ❤ 1y
TheSpineView Love!😍😍😍 1y
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I love supporting authors who publish independently, and Tess is one of those! This book was lovely, full of lots of pretty and powerful lines. There were quite a few religious poems, which don‘t resonate with me personally, but I still loved the book. #poetry #poetrymatters

TheSpineView Lovely poem! ❤ 1y
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Wuthering Heights | Emily Bront
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Is it embarrassing to admit that I absolutely knew this quote but I absolutely didn‘t know it was from Wuthering Heights? I‘ll be honest, I found the book a bit whiny. I‘m not sure I understand what all the fuss was about - if you loved this book please comment why 🤓⬇️

Palimpsest Meh, I was disappointed with this classic. None of the characters were likable and not as much with Cathy and Heathcliff as I led myself to believe, but I love the song by Kate Bush! 🥰 1y
Scochrane26 I‘ve read it 3 times, I think. The first time in hs, the 3rd a few years ago. This last time I finally realized how unlikeable the characters are, but I still loved it. I think I just like the story & the setting. 1y
paulfrankspencer Read it in HS and don't remember being very impressed, though I think I even understood then why it was a classic. Due for a reread. 1y
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zezeki I didn't like the book either, and I didn''t like that love story at all. 1y
The_Penniless_Author Also read it in high school, and didn't like it at all. Not sure if it was just how old I was or the book itself. Probably due for a reread. 1y
BookwormM I loved it the melodrama, the self destruction, the punishment and the passion 1y
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Paper Girls Vol. 1 | Brian K. Vaughan
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I had no idea what to expect when I bought the book, but I loved the art, so I went for it. 10 pages in, I wasn‘t sure I‘d get in to it. By the end, I can‘t wait to get the next one! #graphicnovel

daisyheadmaesie One of my fave graphic series! 1y
HannaPolkadots Love Paper Girls and am so glad you enjoyed them too!🤩 1y
Exbrarian It's a top 10 graphic novel for sure, and slated to be a streaming series. 1y
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Audio books and planes go together like peanut butter and jelly. Really enjoying the Red Rising Saga on audiobook! The fourth one is the first one to expand into other characters viewpoints and it‘s been interesting to learn how the stories intertwine.

daisyheadmaesie Yikes! How was traveling in the current state of events? 1y
KendallHershey @daisyheadmaesie it actually wasn‘t too bad! I was flying Southwest so they‘re still doing empty middle seats. Everyone was wearing their protective gear and were very polite with each other. 1y
daisyheadmaesie @KendallHershey That‘s good. Be safe out there! :) 1y
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To the Lighthouse | Virginia Woolf
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I have the cutest reading buddy! #dogsoflitsy

Darklunarose You sure do! What is your buddy‘s name? 1y
Velvetfur Aaawww! 🐶 1y
GinaKButler What a cutie! 1y
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Gissy Yes! What is your buddy's name? So cute! 🐶❤️❤️❤️ 1y
KendallHershey @Darklunarose @Gissy her name is Jet 🥰 1y
Darklunarose @KendallHershey Jet is just beautiful! 1y
daisyheadmaesie Look at those eaarss! 😭😩♥️ 1y
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They Called Us Enemy | George Takei, Justin Eisinger, Steven Scott
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Graphic novels are a newer genre for me! This is only my fourth read (Persepolis 1 and 2, Frida Kahlo biography, and Handmaids Tale) but I really enjoyed the format and the content! What an incredible story from George. Do you have any other graphic novel recommendations for me?

Scochrane26 I don‘t read many GNs either, but I loved Nimona. It‘s by the creator of the new She-ra tv series. 2y
KendallHershey @Scochrane26 thank you! Added to my to read. A few others on my goodreads also read and highly recommended. 2y
raeintheworld @KendallHershey Paper Girls: vibes like Goonies, but all girls with aliens and time travel. 2y
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KendallHershey @raeintheworld yesss I see that everywhere and it looks so fun! Okay added to TBR. 2y
Michollio Lumberjanes, Backstagers, and Giant Days are my favorite 2y
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Lumberjanes and I Hate Fairyland are fun. Maus is about the Holocaust but it's great! 2y
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What a beautiful way to look at #poetry! On the left page, explanation for the state of mind in which you might need to hear the words on the right page. #poetrymatters

Cuilin I love the sound of that. 💗 poetry. 2y
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Annihilation | Jeff VanderMeer
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I zoomed through this read, I really liked it!

swynn I read that earlier this year and also loved it! I have the second in a pile... 2y
shortsarahrose I read the whole trilogy a couple years ago. I definitely stayed up late to keep reading - I just couldn‘t put them down! 2y
Ladygodiva7 I want to read this! 2y
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Books4Ever Love this trilogy 😊 2y
PSreads73 I‘ve planned to buy Annihilation the movie. Now that I know it was first a book, I‘ll be buying both the book and the movie. (edited) 2y
KendallHershey @PSreads73 yess buy all three books in the series - I read them all in like 3 days. So good. I really liked the movie too! 2y
Powered_By_Plants Ahh I‘m sad I saw the movie first , I had no idea it was a book! Always prefer to read before I watch 📚 2y
KendallHershey @Powered_By_Plants same! But I saw the movie and then read and still really enjoyed both 🤗 2y
Powered_By_Plants @KendallHershey oh really! I will add it to my stack, thank you ☺️. I watched it a while ago but never forget that ending! It was quite hard hitting and so very true . Have they crammed all three books into the one movie? 2y
KendallHershey @Powered_By_Plants definitely not! I‘d say the plots are a little different, but the later books expand. 2y
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Into Thin Air | Jon Krakauer
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When I first read this book I was on a plane above the Rocky Mountains. And I realized that all of this happens at the same elevation I was at at that moment in my safe airplane. But they were exposed to all the elements. And I cried.

Lesanne I loved this book! 2y
Bianca I‘m currently reading this. It‘s really well written so far. 2y
MittenGirlPeach Such a terrific book, and always worth a reread! 2y
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Maike I loved this so much! I‘ve been looking more into mountaineering and climbing books ever since. 2y
SauerPatch Is this the book the movie from a few years ago was based on? 2y
mraakhan Fantastic I love this so very very much 💯💯💯💯💯😜💯💯💯 2y
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We Should All Be Feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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You know what, Chimamanda? You‘re right.
I remember when I was early in my college schooling I had a pop culture teacher survey his class and asked everyone to raise their hand if they were a feminist. Maybe 10 people did. Then he defined it. “It means you believe men and women should be equal. It‘s that simple.” And he surveyed again. The entire class raised their hands.
This is a short little read full of good words.

NeedsMoreBooks I had done the exact some thing with a similar response when I taught Freshman Composition 🙋🏻‍♀️ 2y
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Cloud Atlas | David Mitchell
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Such an imaginative and powerful book! I think I need to read more books like this in my life.

Buechersuechtling Silly question but is this the book they took as inspiration for the film with the same title❓ I saw it at the cinema and must admit that I had problems understanding certain aspects of it. Since that time I once in a while wonder if I should try and read the book. Is it worth it or is it as complex and here and there are complicated and confusing as the film has been❓ 2y
KendallHershey @Buechersuechtling not a silly question at all! I had the same issue with the movie, I found myself terribly confused. It is based off of this book, but I found the book more clear cut. Of course there‘s still some aspect of - wait what‘s going on? Hahaha but I still loved the book! Definitely not as complex as the movie in my opinion. 2y
Zoes_Human @Buechersuechtling I agree with Kendall. I loved the book, but I didn't like the movie for several reasons. One of which was that I felt it would have been completely confusing if I hadn't come to it with the full knowledge of the book. 2y
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Buechersuechtling Litsy, @KendallHershey , @Zoes_Human – you rock‼️🤗 Thanks a lot 🙇🏽‍♀️ for your support and advice which I dearly appreciate. 2y
Zoes_Human @Buechersuechtling You are most welcome. I hope the book brings you as much joy as it did to me. Happy reading! 2y
Marydent @KendallHershey just added the book to my TBR list 2y
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Lonely Planet Morocco | James Bainbridge, Paul Clammer, Paula Hardy, Helen Ranger
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Since we‘re all quarantined I‘ve been reading a lot of course, but I‘m also trying feed my travel passion at the same time. Books are some of my favorite ways to research and learn about a place. Thank god there‘s endless fuel for my wanderlust.

vlwelser I have a serious Lonely Planet addiction. 🌍🌎🌏 2y
Sharv_Sona I also like travelling! In fact me and my family were planning to travel to L.A this year but unfortunately we couldn't. 😭 2y
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I‘ve always felt the line between sanity and madness was thinner than most would admit. More fragile than we can grasp. I loved this poem because it gave voice to that thought. #poetry #poetrymetters

DrJAdMerricksson Lovely! 2y
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This is my fourth Brandon Sanderson book after the Oathbringer series and I really liked it! Any other Sanderson books that come recommended.

Lucy_Anywhere The Final Empire - I really enjoyed it! 2y
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Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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I did find myself really enjoying this book! And I often don‘t with classics. I mean, usually they‘re a so-so for me. I like them, but they don‘t grip me. I loved this love story.

jewright Read this with my juniors this year, and all but two of them loved it. 2y
KendallHershey @jewright juniors as in.. in high school? Wow! We didn‘t read hardly any classic lit in my high school. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 2y
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Helium | Rudy Francisco
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Love me some Button Poetry. This one hits hard with me. #poetry #poetrymatters

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Loved this read! I find most books about North Korea to be interesting, but this book in particular was really good.

VeganCleopatra I've read many books on NK but somehow never came across this one. Probably because I've only read NF but this one sounds interesting. 2y
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What makes the happiest places in the world so happy? That‘s what this self-proclaimed grumpy author seeks to answer in his book. I very much enjoyed this read getting to know these destinations through the lens of happiness.

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I love Leonard Cohen. Sometimes I found this a little dense to get through, but I‘m still marking it as a pick because the pieces I loved, I reeeaaallllyy loved. #poetry

wanderinglynn ❤️ Hallelujah is one of my all-time faves. 2y
somesortoftimemachine Great picture ! 2y
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Morning in the Burned House | Margaret Atwood
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Another poem for your Tuesday from the brilliant Margaret Atwood. Friendly reminder that we don‘t actually own anything the earth provides and Mother Nature could take it away at any moment. #poetry

L. G. Cullens Have you read The Overstory by Richard Powers? It might appeal to your sensibilities? It did mine and the writing was above reproach.

I'm currently reading Eager by Ben Goldfarb and finding it engrossing, even though as a naturalist I already know much of the story matter.

These and a few other such books help me to believe there is some wisdom in our weedy species :-)
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KendallHershey @L. G. Cullens ooh thanks for the recommendations! I‘ll add them to my TBR. 2y
LoverOfLearning Beautiful poem!! 2y
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Home Fire: A Novel | Kamila Shamsie
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Have you ever bought a book because of the cover? I‘d been seeing this book everywhere, but had no idea what it was about. Turned out I read it in like 2 days and really enjoyed it! Sometimes judging a book by its cover pays off.

JenReadsAlot I also bought this based on the cover! 2y
Mynameisacolour Pretty! 2y
Sunraven I‘ve bought tons of books based on the cover, and it frequently pays off! Visuals do matter ... although, of course, they aren‘t everything. 😉 2y
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Between the World and Me | Ta-Nehisi Coates
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I think Ta-Nahisi Coates is one of the most powerful writers I‘ve read. Like literally, his prose communicates powerfully. I really enjoyed this read.

ONH Loved this book!!! My friends and I read it for a book club a few years back and it was an awesome read & led to an excellent discussion 2y
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Marina was a bright young woman whose future could have been so full of it hadn‘t been for a tragic accident. Read her stories. They‘re full of wisdom far beyond her years.

BeaG I love her last name, it's my son's first name. LOL Spelled the same way too. 2y
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This post is for all of my book lovers who are also travel lovers! I love using books to do research when I‘m traveling. What‘s your favorite destination and/or an upcoming one?
P.S. I loathe stickers on books 😤

Scochrane26 I‘m going to Asheville, NC in April. I‘ve been there several times, so it‘s a favorite. I really enjoyed going to Sedona last summer. 2y
TheLudicReader Italy is my favourite travel destination. Hands down. 2y
KendallHershey @Scochrane26 I‘ve never been to Asheville, but I‘ve heard wonderful things about it! 2y
KendallHershey @TheLudicReader Italy is gorgeous! Do you have a favorite place in Italy? I‘ve done Florence, Rome, and Venice, but still have so much to see in Italy alone! 2y
TheLudicReader @KendallHershey I love every place in Italy I have been. Along with the places you‘ve mentioned I have been spent time in Amalfi, Bologna, Verona, and Cortona. I will never tire of visiting that country. 😀 2y
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