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Lisalucy

Lisalucy

Joined January 2020

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Fifty Shades Freed | E L James
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As I finish the third book of this series, I already miss the relationship between these two characters. As their journey continues , they both experienced separate epiphanies which satisfies not only them but also the people around them. The Fifty shades series has led me to reflect on my own relationship and made me realize that you can have it all even with a nagging man 😂
#13 read book 3 in a trilogy

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I just couldn‘t put this book down. Honestly one of the best trilogy‘s I‘ve ever read and it‘s only the second book. I can‘t wait to read the third. It‘s funny, erotic and a bit of thriller added to the mix. Everything I could ever ask for in a book is in this one. Highly recommend. #12 read book 2 of a trilogy

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I bought this book out of a charity shop for 1€. It was worth so much more. I couldn‘t put this book down as this book does not only build up ones sexual tensions but also sheds light on peoples unique relationships in a fun and quirky way. I cannot wait to read the next one ! Would 1000% recommend. #11 read book one of a trilogy

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This book has not only opened my eyes to a different way of living but it has also empowered me to stop being afraid to take chances and to do what I truly believe in. I highly recommend this book even if it its your type of book. I usually enjoy non-fiction but my sister bought this book and encouraged me to read it. I highly recommend everyone to read it and apply it to your life as we will all be better off for it.#10 read a book of your choice

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Once, Twice, Three Times an Aisling | Emer McLysaght, Sarah Breen
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This is the third book from the collection and I am obsessed with Aisling. She may seem like an ordinary girl but she‘s a hard working women who puts her friends and family above all. I‘d like to think I‘m some what like her as she has reserved a special place in my heart. I highly recommend this book just like the two before it. Honestly hilarious, heart warming and honest about life. #9 read a book under 400 pages

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The Midnight Gang | David Walliams
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Read this a while back . Perfect book for children or even just to get into a children mindset . Used to love David Walliams book when I was younger . #8 read a book turned into a movie or tv show.

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The Catcher in the Rye | J. D. Salinger
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I feel like there was a lot of controversy over this book but I quite enjoyed reading it . I haven‘t read a book in a while so I started with this to get back into it . Very interesting story about a boy who opposes to the structure that most of us live in. #7 read a book from BBC‘s list of top 100 books you must read before you die .

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This book is amazing ! It‘s the second book of oh my god what a complete aisling . I loved both these books. Litteralty couldn‘t turn the pages fast enough ❤️ #6 read a book with two or more authors

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This book was recommended to me by a friend and I just couldn‘t put it down. It‘s so funny and interesting. Highly recommend #5 read a book recommended by a friend

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Days Without End | Sebastian Barry
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This was a really good book. But it‘s a new type of book for me since it has a lot to do with the Wild West and the making of America. It‘s a beautiful family story but it goes through the war between the Indians and the Americans . It‘s a touching book. I recommend it because it‘s a different type of book but it‘s a bit gorey and I didn‘t like some scenes. But otherwise a good book #4 read a book about a historical moment( fiction or non-fiction)

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Sophie Scholl and the White Rose | Jud Newborn, Annette Dumbach
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I wanted to get out of my comfort zone with this book since I have never read a book on historical figures .❤️ it‘s an interesting story. #3 read a historical book from WW11 era

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Book number 2❤️ I‘m on a roll. Can‘t stand to put this book down . I watched the movie and found out it was from a book so I had to get it 😍. #2 read a book that takes place in winter ❄️

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Looking for Alaska | Green, John
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Studying put on hold because I can‘t stop turning these pages 😍 just got back into reading and needed this inspiration❤️. Book 1 of 2020 challenge done . #1 read a book from your favorite author

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Looking for Alaska | Green, John
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“The nature of the labyrinth, I scribbled into my spiral notebook, and the way out of it.” I just started this book and I‘m already obsessed with it . ❤️