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Ksvz

Ksvz

Joined May 2016

stories are where bad things happen but you can be ok
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June 2021 - audio urban different - it was fun. Read it with a friend they didn‘t get it weird little book

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June 2021 - audio urban fantasy - I want to like this but I just found my brain nitpicking. Good story just not my story

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June 21 - audio urban fantasy - not bad but coming off an Anita Blake binge it just was a little hollow

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May 2021 - supernatural mystery - enjoying the story but finding lacking and beginning to think it‘s the narrator

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May 2021 - supernatural mystery - think the stories are good but maybe not a good follow up from my binge

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Real Tigers | Mick Herron
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May 2021 - mystery/spy - enjoyable and different as always

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Rafael | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and weirdly super close to the initial reading and didn‘t like it as much as the first but it might also be binge fatigue

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Sucker Punch | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - rereading and why does Asher trigger so hard

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Serpentine | Laurell K Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and almost there and still dislike the plot but like the story more

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May 2021 - reread and finding more plot and less spicy stuff

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May 2021 - reread and I don‘t think I liked this one much the first time - feeling like I‘m seeing the growth

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Jason | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and yay confirming sexuality and needs in healthy ways what a bridge book

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Affliction | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and beginning to think that maybe the OCD is overwhelming

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Hit List | Laurell K Hamilton
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May 2021 - rereading and occasionally finding it a challenge but actually enjoying the flow

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May 2021 - rereading and finding all the therapy talk less annoying than before

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May 2021 - rereading and still liking the lions

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Skin Trade | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - rereading and will admit to skipping the spicy bit but still enjoying the story

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Blood Noir | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and beginning to think this is like a Netflix binge

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Harlequin | Laurell K Hamilton
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May 2021 - reread and still finding myself enjoying the ridiculousness

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May 2021 - reread and you‘re still left feeling like this was a omg you‘re contractually obligated to provide something

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May 2021 - rereading and wondering how small the books would be without all the body part Tetris

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Danse Macabre | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - rereading because sometimes you need relationships more complicated than your own

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Cerulean Sins | Laurell K. Hamilton
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May 2021 - rereading and skipping the porny bits - weird when the story changes when your story has changed too

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May 2021 - murder mystery Dublin murders book 3 - figured out who did it in the first chapter but well done - characters are so human

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Magic Breaks | Ilona Andrews
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May 2021 - rereading the series I‘ve read so much you can gauge my emotional state

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May 2021 - rereading my favorite series because sometimes it‘s like being held.

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May 2021 - rereading happy sighs and contented warm fuzzies - weird relationship goals

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Magic Bleeds | Ilona Andrews
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May 2021 - rereading happiness and joy - helping me breathe

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Magic Strikes | Ilona Andrews
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May 2021 - rereading my favorite series and just makes me so happy - book Prozac

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Magic Burns | Ilona Andrews
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April 2021 - rereading the series that feels like my favorite sweater - love the relationship dynamics in the series

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April 2021 - rereading a comfort series but this one now makes me uncomfortable to the point of ick - sad panda

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Obsidian Butterfly | Laurell K. Hamilton
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April 2021 - rereading my favorite one because what does it say about me that I enjoy Olaf and Edward is great - although years later there are some triggers

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Blue Moon | Laurell K. Hamilton
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April 2021 - rereading comfort books because who doesn‘t enjoy violent sexually charged characters

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Burnt Offerings | Laurell K. Hamilton
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April 2021 - rereading because when your world is going to the pits a strong female lead killing everything is happy making

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April 2021 - rereading again - who doesn‘t like a story of lusty vampires in leotards

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Bloody Bones | Laurell K. Hamilton
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April 2021 - rereading (again) - wonders why these actually make me happy but they do so I don‘t care

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April 2021 - rereading continues with the series - just enjoying the badassery

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April 2021 - reread - my least favorite plot and book of the early editions.

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April 2021 - reread - I forgot how much I like certain characters and the silliness of this installment

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April 2021 - reread a great love - this is my security blanket - the world falls apart you can find me rereading this series (again) and holding on to a smile

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April 2021 - audio reread - sometimes you just need a little comfort to take the edge of the crazy. Aging better than I am lol

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April 2021 - audiobook listen before I watch - interesting and sort of like True Grit but not as grim. Well read

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April 2021 - audio rereading for the millionth time - sometimes you just want to listen to something familiar and then realize that you‘ve grown up or changed and some of the behavior now irritates you - can‘t decide if it had made me sad.

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April 2021 - horror - the worst book I have read in forever and I can't tell you why. It was just repulsive and stupid and I wanted to quit but kept thinking it couldn't get worse and it did. Wish I had never started and feel stained by it. Blech.

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Wild Sign | Patricia Briggs
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April 2021 - Urban fantasy - so much amazing. It was different - deeper characters and story. Definitely glad that I reread the two previous books and then this one - happy dance

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The Dig | John Preston
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April 2021 - read after watched - enjoyed. Not sure if watching before reading spoiled it a bit but the story was still interesting and it was well read.

4thhouseontheleft How was the audiobook narration? 14mo
Ksvz Personally, I usually dislike multiple narrators. In this case it worked alright. I think because I watched the Netflix movie I was a little more forgiving because I knew what was happening and wasn‘t really hard core listening. I am a super snob when it comes to the voices allowed to whisper stories in my ears - lol :) 14mo
Ksvz Also, being completely honest - because the book and film were so similar I ended up listening at warp speed which makes everyone sound ridiculous and as it‘s only seven hours long at regular speed was a ridiculously fast listen. 14mo
Ksvz Also realizing today‘s word of the day is ridiculous. Sorry I am usually more articulate than this 14mo
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Emergence | John Birmingham
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April 2021 - urban fiction - ridiculous, absolutely ridiculous. It was full of cringeworthy stereotypes and some of the characters were over the top and I absolutely loved it. It made me giggle and smile and basically look like a dork while this silly story was read to me.

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Ordinary Grace: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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April 2021 - general fiction - technically a reread but I didn‘t remember the story. Read it on April 1 and felt annoyed that on autism day and after reading the reason I jump one of the characters was so negatively portrayed and so stereotypical. Very angry making.

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March 2021 - NF / autism awareness / Japanese - amazing and perception changing - moving and eloquent

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The Power of Myth | Joseph Campbell, Bill Moyers
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March 2021 - nonfiction / philosophy - an interesting read and lots to research