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TJAhearne

TJAhearne

Joined July 2019

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For eventually, we come to hold our dearest possessions more closely than we hold our friends. We carry them from place to place...allowing memories to invest them with greater and greater importance.

Suelizbeth This is one of my most favorite books. 3mo
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The Kept | James Scott
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Great day for this!

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Find Her | Lisa Gardner
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This was a great read! I was intrigued from the beginning. The nature of the victim after being held captive is never explored, so this was refreshing. I‘ve read some reviews that said it was improbable, but in many cases I think people tend to be self destructive especially when suffering from PTSD. If you like a good criminal minds story, you‘ll love this one!

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I loved this book from start to finish. I can‘t believe that this is her first novel. The poetry of the words, the depth of her character, the rawness of human experiences are all so compelling. The mystery of the murder entangled in the history of Kya kept me turning the pages and wanting to know more... about both! Shame on truths that I know lie in this book and I hope for many it‘s eye opening.

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...as she passed the windowsill, reached out and touched Sunday Justice‘s tail. He ignored her, and she admired his perfected pretense of not needing good-bye.

KimM Best part of the book 4mo
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The lonely became larger than she could hold. She wishes for someone‘s voice, presence, touch, but wished more to protect her heart.

Suet624 Gorgeous photo! 4mo
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His dad told him many times that the definition of a real man is one who cries without shame, reads poetry with his heart, feels opera in his soul, and does what‘s necessary to defend a woman.

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Five Feet Apart | Rachael Lippincott
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For a young adult novel is was amazing. It made me laugh and cry.... ok... SOB. Great read. Reminds me of The Fault in our Stars.