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NatalieR

NatalieR

Joined April 2016

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Down River by John Hart
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The Bhagavad Gita by Eknath Easwaran
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Piece of My Heart | Mary Higgins Clark, Alafair Burke
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I have enjoyed the Under Suspicion series and am glad to see it finish strong. This final book gives closure to the major life events of the consistent characters. While also solving the mystery of a missing child; a member of Alex Buckley‘s family. There‘s lots of characters and merging story lines that kept me attentive. This final book by Mary Higgins Clark is bittersweet. She generously dedicated it to her readers. 💙 MountTBR

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I like Carl Jung‘s work and find him quite intriguing. Unfortunately, I had a hard time staying engaged with this book. There were aspects that were interesting, but it was mostly pretty complex for my taste. #MountTBR

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Lullaby | Jonathan Maberry
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I needed a short dose of horror and this Audible Original delivered. A couple buys an old, haunted house in the Catskills. Strange things occur in the nursery of their newborn. It‘s a pretty straightforward plot, but it truly gave me the chills. #MountTBR

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Bull Mountain | Brian Panowich
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Set in Appalachia, this book tells the story of a family‘s legacy of violence, drugs, guns, and intimidation. This story doesn‘t just build suspense for the end, he eloquently drops revelations and connections throughout the story. (My jaw dropped several times.) There‘s moments of cruelty and gritty humor…moments of levity are needed when absorbing oneself into the lives of these characters. Fans of David Joy will love this. #MountTBR

BookBabe Beautiful backdrop! 😍 1w
NatalieR @BookBabe Thanks! 😊 7d
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This was pretty decent! The goal is to build relationships through improving our communication skills. Some important take aways were active listening skills; moving away from distractions and not multitasking. I love the acronym WAIT; Why Am I Talking? There are some specific areas of my work life where talking less will be beneficial. I enjoyed how she framed the use of silence and how we seldom experience true silence in our day. #MountTBR

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Untitled | Unknown
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Season 2 of the Nameless series still isn‘t in the Litsy database. This is the 4th installment, Light Has Weight, but Darkness Does Not. It was good; I enjoyed listening to it. A mom and her daughter escaped a cult. The cult leader tracks them down and Nameless aids in their rescue. Only two installments left. Curious to see how the story ends for Nameless.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty 💜💛 2w
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Infused | Henrietta Lovell
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As a tea lover, I was intrigued by this book. The author, a true tea lady, is highly knowledgeable about tea. She travels the world searching for the perfect tea leaves and talks in depth about the farms she visits. She shares recipes for her favorite drinks. The author talks about her personal life and struggles she endured with cancer. She narrates the audiobook and it‘s excellent! Her voice is so calming and conveys her passion for tea.

Nute Oooh, this sounds interesting! I am a tea lover as well.🙂 Traveling the world in search of perfect tea leaves…I‘d like to know the stories behind those journeys. btw…the coloring of your lily is stunning. 2w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful 💛🧡 2w
IuliaC Lovely review and photo! 2w
NatalieR @Nute Thank you! 😊 Yes, very interesting! It also made me crave delicious cups of tea. ☕️🫖 2w
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I seldom read YA, but I‘m a fan of John Grisham and will read any book he writes. The Theodore Boone series is a cute, wholesome collection of stories with good themes and lessons for readers. In this installment, Grisham tackles standardized testing in schools and a group of teachers who cheat the results. #MountTBR

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Be Here Now | Ram Dass
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Not the tagged book - I‘m reviewing Here We All Are by Ram Dass. This is a short audiobook; it‘s a live recording of one of his talks in front of a live audience. He shares about his experience at Harvard as a psychologist and how getting fired led him to India where he met his Guru and got on the spiritual path. He then shares some amazing lessons about spirituality. This is a great book for anyone new to Ram Dass. #MountTBR ☮️🕉

IuliaC This photo is amazing! I can feel the scent 😍 3w
NatalieR @IuliaC Thanks! 😊 They smell amazing! 🥰 3w
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I highly recommend the Poe Museum in Richmond, Va.! The amazing artifacts are from his childhood, mid-life, and death; childhood bed, desk & chair, and even nail clippers! One building is the oldest home in Richmond. There are 2 black cats (Edgar & Pluto) that live here. Pictured is the memorial. 🖤

KathyWheeler My best friend lives in Richmond. Once, when I visited her, we did a Revolutionary War tour; another time, it was a Civil War tour. The next time, we‘ll have to do a literary tour so I can go here. 😊 3w
NatalieR @KathyWheeler That‘s great! There‘s so much history in Richmond. I hope you enjoy the Poe Museum. 😀 3w
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The Forgotten Garden | Kate Morton
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LOVED THIS! 💕 The story is wonderfully long. It spans several generations as Cassandra uncovers family secrets and works through her grief to rebuild her life. The engaging story is set partly in an English cottage with fairy tales and of course a hidden garden. 💐 #MountTBR

AWahle I have a copy of that around here somewhere. I‘ll need to find it and move it up in the rotation. 1mo
NatalieR @AWahle 😉👍 I hope you like it! 1mo
sprainedbrain I love every single one of her books. ❤️ 1mo
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NatalieR @sprainedbrain This is only my second one and I‘ve loved them both. 💖 4w
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The Power of Self-Compassion | Laurie J. Cameron
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This is a good, short audiobook for those new to meditation and the teachings of self-compassion. The author provides the research supporting this evidence based practice and name drops quite a few well known experts. She shares personal examples to illustrate the application of self-compassion. Each chapter ends with a meditation and opportunity to journal. For my needs, it was just okay.

BiblioLitten Hi! I‘m curious about the Tara book in the background. 1mo
NatalieR @BiblioLitten Hi! 👋 Unfortunately, I haven‘t read it yet, so I don‘t have an opinion about its quality. The full title is Tara: the Power of the Female Buddha. 1mo
BiblioLitten Thank you! Also, I love prayer flags😊 1mo
NatalieR @BiblioLitten You‘re welcome! Thanks for the compliment!! 🙏🏻 Namaste 😊 1mo
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Season 2 of the Nameless series still isn‘t in the Litsy database. This is Kaleidoscope, #3. It‘s probably me, but this one was just okay. I‘m still enjoying the series and curious to see what‘s next, I just wasn‘t very sucked in this time.

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This herd of elephants stole my heart! Lawrence Anthony operates a wild animal reserve in South Africa and agrees to take a herd of 9 unruly elephants, otherwise they will be killed. Anthony shares how he developed amazing, close relationships with the herd and the heartbreaks he experienced. While the elephants are the primary focus of the book, Anthony writes about his wife, dogs, rangers, native tribal people, and other fascinating wildlife. 🐘

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Moonflower Murders | Anthony Horowitz
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Such a clever series….a book within a book! This is a very well executed mystery. Susan Ryeland is a former editor living in Greece and running a hotel with her boyfriend. She‘s hired by a couple to find their missing daughter back in London. Alan Conway‘s novel Magpie Murders plays a role in solving the disappearance and a murder that happened the couple‘s hotel years past. Never a full moment with all of the characters and crimes to be solved.

Tianarose I love Anthony Horowitz. Right now, I‘m reading 1mo
EvieBee I can‘t wait for the next installment! 1mo
NatalieR @Tianarose That‘s on my TBR. I‘ve read the first book in that series and loved it. 1mo
NatalieR @EvieBee Same here! I love how he set it up for the next one. 1mo
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Desperation | Stephen King
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I read The Regulators first and didn‘t care for it. I trusted the reviews that Desperation was much better. I really enjoyed Desperation; a creepy cop randomly apprehends people in a desert, in the middle of nowhere. Then, in true King fashion, the story becomes even more bizarre. We‘re talking possessed animals, abandoned mines, and a town with a strange history. The Regulators was forgettable and I will remember Desperation. #MountTBR

KathyWheeler I ended up liking The Regulators better the second time around, but Desperation is definitely the better book. I‘d forgotten, though how religious it got, so I was surprised by that when I reread it. 2mo
WJCintron My favorite from Stephen King!! 2mo
bookaholic1 This is the book that got me reading more of Kings books 2mo
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NatalieR @KathyWheeler Yes! I was also surprised by the heft of religion in this book. Some of his other books have that theme too, but I felt exhausted by it at times in this one. 2mo
KathyWheeler @NatalieR They do indeed, but it‘s so much lighter in the other books — it was heavy handed here. 2mo
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I seldom read books of the fantasy, science fiction genre. I was impressed with the first book of this series, The Bear and the Nightingale, and have been intending to finish the series. I can‘t help but to be amazed by Vasya and her beloved Solovey. Her travels are both intimidating and fascinating. I‘m grateful for the opportunity to explore other worlds and ancient time periods. #MountTBR

MadelineMcCrae It only gets better with each book! This is one of my fav series🥰 2mo
NatalieR @MadelineMcCrae Good to know! I‘ll probably read the next one soon so I don‘t forget the characters. I waited too long to read this one. 😆 2mo
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I am becoming a fan of historical fiction and Fiona Davis has played a significant role. I absolutely love her books. This one is definitely memorable; the New York Public Library, thefts of valuable books, and fascinating characters. I was absorbed in the setting, mystery, history, and I loved every minute of it. 📚🥰

mcctrish I really liked this book 2mo
peanutnine Sounds so interesting! Stacked! 2mo
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Strangers | Dean Koontz
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Whew! This was a good, long listen. I enjoy long books with lots of characters with a story line that keeps evolving. People living in various areas of the country begin having similar strange experiences…super power level weirdness. They eventually meet up in California and things become even stranger. I‘m a fan of Koontz and enjoyed this one. #MountTBR

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💜💜💜 2mo
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Not the tagged book, but the same author and concept. Florence Williams is a journalist seeking scientific evidence that spending 3 days in nature can promote mental wellness. She participates in 4 nature adventures; one with a group of military veterans, next a group of women trying to heal from addiction and sex trafficking, then with a writer friend who has opposite opinions on this issue, and lastly a solo journey. 🌳🦦 #MountTBR

Blueberry What is the title if not the tagged. It sounds interesting. 3mo
BookBabe @Blueberry I read it off the phone screen in the photo: “The 3-Day Effect”. It‘s free if you have an Audible membership. 3mo
BookBabe Sounds neat! I‘m downloading it now! 👌🏻 3mo
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Blueberry @BookBabe Thanks 3mo
NatalieR @Blueberry I apologize for not including the proper title. I meant to add it in a comment and got distracted. 🤦🏻‍♀️ Thanks @BookBabe for figuring it out. 🙏🏻 3mo
Kimzey @BookBabe Thanks for info on the title on Audible. 3mo
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Unknown Book 4475976 | Unknown Unknown
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It‘s probably me and not the story. The second installment of season 2 of the Nameless series was just okay for me. (Still not in the Litsy database.) Maybe it‘s because the concept of a doctor being a megalomaniac and killing people with the knowledge of his medical training isn‘t a very unique story line. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Oh well, still looking forward to reading the next one.

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Summer at Tiffany | Marjorie Hart
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Marjorie Jacobson spent a summer working as a page at Tiffany‘s. 1945, Marjorie and her best friend move to New York from Iowa during a summer break from college to find jobs and experience the city. While the author shares funny stories adjusting to a new place and job, there‘s so much more significance to this one particular summer. Marjorie grows into adulthood; learns how to manage finances, dating, and decisions about her college future.

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Rise the Dark | Michael Koryta
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This book is #2 in the Markus Novak series. Novak is a private detective tormented by his wife‘s murder and haunted by memories of his family he left behind long ago. As he searches for answers about his wife‘s murder, he is unexpectedly forced to return his homestead in Montana to help another private detective search for a missing woman. I love how he incorporated Nikola Tesla into the foundation of this story. ⚡️#MountTBR

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An Unwanted Guest | Shari Lapena
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People looking for a weekend getaway have reservations at a remote inn. A winter storm arrives with the guests, it quickly traps them inside, and takes out the power. 🥶 A perfect setting for a murder mystery. 🔎 🧐 This book kept reminding me of an Agatha Christie novel. And the game Clue…it was Ms. Scarlet, in the library, with a knife. 🕵🏻

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Make Me | Lee Child
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Another excellent Jack Reacher story. I had no idea where this investigation was going. Reacher and his sidekick Chang travel the country to get this one solved. They go deep into their search for Chang‘s missing work associate and uncover way more than they expected. #MountTBR

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The Storyteller | Jodi Picoult
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The Storyteller is a perfectly titled book. This beautifully written book actually weaves many stories. I wasn‘t sure what I was in for when I met Sage at a grief group. She‘s an introverted baker who meets Joseph, an elderly widowed man. I quickly became engrossed when the heart of the book tells Sage‘s grandmother‘s story, an Auschwitz survivor. There‘s so much more that follows. This became quite an emotionally powerful read. #MountTBR

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A nice mini autobiography of actor Alan Arkin. He narrates his journey of challenging everything he was initially taught and how he views the world. He began studying eastern philosophy and meditating. I loved the ending when he talked about what he has learned about himself and knowledge gained from meditating for the past 50 years. #MountTBR

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Unknown Book 7535597 | Unknown Unknown
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Excited about season 2 of the Nameless series by Dean Koontz. (Not in the Litsy database yet.) There‘s a lot happening in this first installment. Nameless meets a young man, Jim, who is fighting for the opportunity to live his life free of gang members in his neighborhood. His motivation is fueled by his mother and the tragic loss of his father. Nameless aids Jim in a fight against illegal firearms dealers. The story is so twisty and fascinating.

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Leonardo Da Vinci | Bruno Santi
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A decent book about DaVinci‘s paintings and sketches. It provides a brief overviews about his works during different time periods and locations. Pictures of his gorgeous art are the highlights of this book. This book has been on my shelf for a very long time. There are definitely better books about daVinci available. #MountTBR

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Cari Mora | Thomas Harris
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This was a complete disappointment. I really wanted to have a different experience with this book compared to a lot of other unsavory reviews. It just wasn‘t interesting nor engaging. I was confused in the beginning and had to stop and review the title details to get my brain on track with the story line. The only redeeming quality is that it‘s signed. #MountTBR

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This book is a masterpiece. The entire series has been an amazing adventure of Barcelona through such fascinating characters. I‘m in awe of Carlos‘ unbelievable talent to weave together so many characters over so many books and create this final installment that comes together beautifully. I am grief stricken that it‘s over. RIP, Carols. I‘m grateful you shared your literary talents with the world. #MountTBR

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P Is for Peril | Sue Grafton
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Most of the books in the alphabet series are just pretty good. However, I loved the letter P. There are multiple plots and a lot of characters. One major piece of the job Kinsey is hired, is solved, but it brings up more questions. Kinsey rents new office space and that brings about a whole slew of other problems and shady characters. There‘s even a little drama with Henry, her landlord. The ending was wrapped up a bit differently too. #MountTBR

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It was a pleasure to re-visit the X-Files with Mulder, Scully, Skinner, the Lone Gunmen, and the Smoking Man. I appreciated Fox pulling out the ‘I Want to Believe‘ poster. The whole crew was at it again, solving the most unusual events with aliens and strange creatures. The Audible production was very well executed with the original cast and dramatic effects. The storyline picked right up from the X-Files movie and TV miniseries. #MountTBR

mypoesoul 👽🙌 4mo
swishandflick Haha, great picture! 4mo
NatalieR @mypoesoul @swishandflick Thanks! 🛸😄👽 4mo
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This is an interesting ‘Great Courses‘ on Emotional Intelligence. Quite the comprehensive course that didn‘t have me feeling overwhelmed with research and statistics. There were several patient presentations containing dialogue with the author. This course offered techniques to improve EQ in a person‘s comprehensive lifestyle. #MountTBR

Gissy So pretty that figurine 😍❤️❤️📚❤️❤️ 4mo
NatalieR @Gissy Thank you! 😊 4mo
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The last book of season 1 explains why Nameless is unable to remember his past. So now it all makes sense. In this story, Nameless is on a mission to recover a boy whose step-father has kidnapped him after killing his mom and grandparents. I really enjoy these short stories and look forward to reading season 2.

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I want to see this movie so I figured I would reach the book first. The book heavily focused on the growth of the Gucci business and the family history. It‘s well written, researched, and detailed. I was only interested in the family dynamics, marriage between Maurizio and Patrizia, their children, and relationships after their separation. I like learning about people; not so much about the business. I‘m pretty sure I will like the movie better.

Megabooks This was a bail for me, but I hope to watch the movie. 5mo
NatalieR @Megabooks I almost bailed a couple of times. 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I just left the movie and wanted to bail 30 minutes in 😩@megabooks (edited) 4mo
NatalieR @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Megabooks Oh no! That‘s such a bummer! 😣 I was hoping the movie was better. Thanks for the info. 4mo
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Nameless visits an assisted living facility where a doctor and nurse perform “mercy killings” of their residents at the family‘s request. Their behavior is pretty repulsive and Nameless handles his business in a diabolical way. Of course the story ends with a bigger glimpse into Nameless‘ forgotten past.

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Well, this is Mary Higgins Clark‘s final book. In my opinion, she finished strong with this story. Gina, a freelance journalist is sought out to investigate one woman‘s report of a bad experience with her previous employer in the news media industry. The investigation impacts Gina‘s personal and work life, forcing her to make impossible decisions. All the while, she is navigating the recent loss of her mother. #MountTBR

tpixie Such great books!! 5mo
NatalieR @tpixie Agreed! 😀 5mo
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This was an impulse borrow from the library. ✅Christmas ✅cozy mystery ✅campers ✅Kentucky - A woman owns a campground and rents out the campers. She‘s part of a book club with various characters and the small town is quaint. The MC sticks her nose into police investigations to solve murders. The mystery wasn‘t much of a surprise, but there was a small twist at the end. The narrator wasn‘t that good, IMO.

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Nameless seeks his version of justice for a woman who was badly injured and her two children were killed when the building she lived in was set on fire. He tracks down the arsonist and does what he‘s contracted to do. This installment provides more mystique about Nameless‘ background. Is he starting to remember things from his past? I‘m staying tuned in to find out.

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Super interesting book! Strassman is a clinical psychiatrist who explored the effects of DMT. This book is comprehensive; it covers the research and detailed experiences of participants. Some participants reported near-death experiences and encounters with aliens. (Super wild) He openly shared about the challenges of getting this type of research approved. He talked about his decision to leave the research and suggestions for the future. #MountTBR

IuliaC Great review and lovely photo! 😍 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful photo 📷 5mo
mypoesoul Love the photo!!! 🍄 5mo
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I was unaware of this book until I received a signed copy for Christmas a couple of years ago. While I liked the writing and story well enough to stick with it, I wasn‘t sure where the story was headed. The death of Harriet‘s older brother was a mystery I wanted to see a resolution. It seemed like the author pulled together a vague ending that not only left me wanting more, it was like she got tired of writing and just ended the book. #MountTBR

paperwitchs Same here, but I really love the book so far. Havent finished it yet 4mo
NatalieR @paperwitchs I‘m glad you‘re loving it! 👍 4mo
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Good Me, Bad Me | Ali Land
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Milly‘s mother is a serial killer. While waiting for the trial to testify against her, Milly lives with a foster family. She adapts to a new high school and a foster sister who is a bully. I wasn‘t too sure where this book was going. While Milly is battling within herself whether she is a good or bad person, I felt like I was on a journey without a destination. As events started to unravel, the story got creepy weird and intense. #MountTBR

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I‘m thoroughly enjoying this Nameless series. A woman marries men and then kills them for their money. Yeah, I know, this plot has been written before. But, wait! Nameless and his crew have devised quite the clever plan to hold her accountable for her devious behavior. For the first time though, Nameless‘ plan doesn‘t work exactly as planned…

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Look for Me | Lisa Gardner
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I haven‘t read many books by Gardner. I can see the benefits of reading this series in order; thankfully it wasn‘t necessary. I liked this suspenseful, mystery well enough. A family is murdered, except for the 11th grade daughter and their 2 blind dogs. A female cop and a trauma survivor work to find the missing girl and who murdered her family. I will likely read more of Gardner‘s work, but I doubt these books will become a priority. #MountTBR

Bookzombie Love the book stack ornament! 😍 6mo
NatalieR @Bookzombie Thank you! ❤️📚 6mo
IuliaC Nice review and lovely photo and backdrop! 6mo
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NatalieR @IuliaC Thanks for your kindness! 😊 6mo
tracey38 Great book (and series) and love the ornament on your pretty tree. 6mo
NatalieR @tracey38 Thanks! ☺️ 6mo
BiblioLitten Pretty ornament 💖 6mo
NatalieR @BiblioLitten Thank you! ❤️ 6mo
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The Colorado Kid | Stephen King
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A dead man is found on a beach in Maine by two high school students 25 years ago. The mystery of the Colorado Kid is told by two older men who run the local newspaper to their young apprentice. I was pleasantly surprised to have enjoyed this one. It‘s not just about the story of the Colorado Kid; it‘s about a place in Maine, the relationships between the newspaper people, and the reality of mysteries. #MountTBR

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Brynn needs time away for space to grieve and get ready to return to her job as an English professor. She spends the summer in a tourist town on Lake Superior. While staying at a B&B, she meets some wonderful people that she loves like family. This story is about grief, new beginnings, romance, and strong friendships. It was a slow moving story, but it grabbed my heart. The ending stopped me in my tracks (literally) and filled me with empathy.

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I‘m loving this series! Dean Koontz has created such a unique character. Nameless has no memory of himself nor does he know his name…and he is trained to kill. In this installment, Nameless tracks down a photographer who takes pictures of hikers and tourists he murdered. Nameless‘ job is to provide a justice that otherwise may never happen.

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Rogue Lawyer | John Grisham
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Sebastian Rudd is one heck of a rogue lawyer. I like a character who goes against the grain and pushes the limits, especially when dealing with the criminal justice system. While he operates outside of the box, he advocates for people and fights the system when the system is wrong. He is a flawed character and knows his weaknesses. Rudd defends some interesting individuals that often leads him into dangerous situations. #MountTBR

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Partners is a short story prequel to Rogue Lawyer. I wasn‘t sure which to read first so I took a chance and read Partners first. It‘s an interesting story of a lawyer defending an innocent man. I hope it helps to have the back story of the relationship between Sebastian Rudd, the Rogue Lawyer, and this particular client. I guess I will find out soon! I‘m moving onto Rogue Lawyer next! #MountTBR