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LiteraryLona

LiteraryLona

Joined April 2016

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The Woods | Harlan Coben
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My first Harlan Coben read, and I loved it. Immediately bought 3 more.

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Nvk: A Novel | Temple Drake
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Awesome vampire novel! Super quick read!

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Cari Mora | Thomas Harris
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This book was awful. It didn‘t even feel like Thomas Harris really had written it. 🤢

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I loved The Martian. I hated —> bailed on Artemis. Hail Mary is awesome. I‘m so glad I didn‘t give up on Andy Weir after trying to read Artemis and not finishing it! This book is great on Audible, and the narrator is wonderful!

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The Burning Girls | C. J. Tudor
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I just finished this one on Audible. It was just fair, but had excellent narrators.

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It‘s been a while since I‘ve read a book by Christina Henry, and it reminds me that I do like her style. She always touches on the lore surrounding a story, but has her own unique twist.

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This book is marvelous. It‘s beautifully written and so adaptable to many scenarios we have all likely had at one time or another. I love that it focuses on seeing others, regardless of our differences and caring for one another.

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The Book of Accidents | Chuck Wendig
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Reminiscent of Stephen King‘s storytelling, this story manages to be dark & twisty while still examining our individual nature. I found myself thinking about second chances, right and wrong decisions and the cosmic luck of our universe.

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This one reminded me of another Agatha story, The Vicious Vet!

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Agatha is my road buddy for long commutes. I haven‘t listened to one yet that I dislike.

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Things in Jars | Jess Kidd
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I really enjoyed this book! If anyone else has read it, did you get thrown off a bit towards the end? I‘m trying not to spoil anything.

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It seems that each Agatha book is around 4 hrs long on Audible. They‘ve also been free so far with my Prime membership. This makes them great for my commute to and from work, which is usually around 2 hrs each way! This one was great!

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I‘ve loved every Agatha Raisin book so far, and this one is no different. Penelope Keith once again narrated it on audio like a champ! I love her voice!

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This book was so well put together, considering the circumstances. I worried it would be hit and miss, but it was laid out so well. I could not put it down!

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Mehso-so

So far, one of my least favorites in the series, BUT it was still entertaining!!

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Billy Summers | Stephen King
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Current commute listen. Interesting so far! I went into this one blind, so I have no clue what to expect from it.

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I love this series! This one is a tiny “in-between” book in the series.

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I walked past my bookshelf, caught a glimpse of this one, and immediately wondered “Why haven‘t I read that?!” At just a little over 200 pages, this book is unique and a quick read. I lost interest once or twice, but it was overall a good read!

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I listened to this one while commuting to work. It kept my interest and was definitely unique!

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Harrow the Ninth | Tamsyn Muir
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I can‘t decide if this second installment is better than the first. But, it‘s safe to say that they‘re both good!

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I started this series years ago, and got lost in another along the way. I‘m picking back up where I left off, and it isn‘t disappointing! Love Sandman Slim!

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The Radleys | Matt Haig
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Not as good as The Midnight Library. A quirky quick and good read!

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The Sanatorium | Sarah Pearse
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I wanted to like this book more than I ultimately did while reading it. Just so-so.

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I‘m so in love with this series and the generations of wisdom and love that it represents.

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Caliban's War | James S.A. Corey
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Debating on starting the show now! I love this series.

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Leviathan Wakes | James S.A. Corey
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Hello, my old friend. Rereading this series, because it‘s just that good.

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This one was good!

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I haven‘t finished this one yet, and am curious to figure out what is causing the fairy lights!

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Agatha never disappoints!

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Another quick listen for my commute!

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The Hod King | Josiah Bancroft
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The final installment! Such a good series! 🛕

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Senlin Ascends | Josiah D Bancroft
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Book 2 in this series! It was fast paced and enjoyable!

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I‘ve found myself looking at houses in the Cotswold‘s of the UK, just because Agatha lives there 😂

Liatrek 👍🏾👍🏾 I‘m on book three in the series and would love to live there 🙂 7mo
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The Walkers of Dembley | M. C. Beaton
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❤️❤️❤️

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Loved it. Realized I like Penelope Keith much better as a narrator than the previous.

Liatrek Me too! I‘m listening to this one now and so happy they went back to original narrator🙂 7mo
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Catching up on posting my reads. 😬 This one didn‘t disappoint!

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Gideon the Ninth | Tamsyn Muir
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Yep. It was pretty badass. 💀

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This one is so unique! I‘ve loved every book of Neuvel‘s that I‘ve read. I listened to this one on Audible, and the narrator was wonderful as well!

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Later | Stephen King
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So good! Creepy and fast paced. The Audible narrator was good as well.

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I can always count on Aggie to brighten my work commute!

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This book was amazing. A very unique perspective and so many lessons one can apply to life. Trigger warning for depression/suicidality.

Victoriahoperose Just finished today, too and I also loved it. 7mo
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Worth reading, but not as good as the first. Are they ever?

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Not a single book in this series that I haven‘t loved.

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So far, this one is quirky and interesting! I love it.

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Library at the Edge of the World | Felicity Hayes-McCoy
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Mehso-so

I really wanted to love this one, but it didn‘t quite get there for me. Still, not bad.

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Reputation | Sara Shepard
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Mehso-so

This one was a quick read and didn‘t disappoint.

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This series is so good that I‘ve purposefully slowed down on reading it, because I don‘t want it to end.

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Conspiracies | F. Paul Wilson
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So far so good. Quirky conspiracy theories unite in this Repairman Jack story.

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A quick and excellent read!

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Foxglove Summer | Ben Aaronovitch
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I love this series! Book 5 of 9 tonight!