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Tallyreadergirl

Tallyreadergirl

Joined June 2019

I came. I saw. I read.
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A Man Called Ove: A Novel | Fredrik Backman
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This is without a doubt one of my favourite books. I cried, I laughed, I experienced all kinds of emotions while reading this story. Pick it up and give it a read, you won‘t regret it. Frederik Backman is one talented author.
P.S.: it‘s available on sale on Amazon Kindle for a very cheap price!!

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An Unwanted Guest | Shari Lapena
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I seriously loved this book.
When a group of people decide to stay at an inn, one of them turns up dead. It is not long before everyone starts pointing fingers at each other. This thriller will have you doubting EVERYONE and the ending will truly shock you.

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The Last Mrs. Parrish | Liv Constantine
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Yet another great recommendation by @NenaB ... I absolutely loved this book. A wife, A husband, A home wrecker ... who is the true villain?

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The Silent Patient | Alex Michaelides
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Thank you @NenaB for your amazing recommendation. This book had me hooked within the first few pages. Filled with shocking twists and turns it will definitely not disappoint you. Totally recommend.

NenaB Glad you liked it! 😘 1mo
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You | Caroline Kepnes
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This is honestly one of my favourite books. I was hooked from the first page. A modern day romance/nightmare that blurs the line between romance and obsession. What I particularly found intriguing is being able to read the story from the stalker‘s point of view as opposed to the victim. It gives you a deeper sense into the psychology of the person and what drives them to do the acts they do.

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Tallyreadergirl Thank you @RaimeyGallant and @Eggs 😁😁😁 4w
bhmurray This is also my favorite book! Have you read the second one? 11h
Tallyreadergirl @bhmurray it‘s amazing isn‘t it? ☺️ no I actually haven‘t read it! Have you? And if so, do you recommend it?? P.S.: the show is on Netflix too (Season 1) and is pretty great too! 😁 7h
bhmurray @Tallyreadergirl I have read the second one and I really enjoyed it!! I watched the show too and it was okay, nothing compared to the book! 5h
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The One | John Marrs
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As a lover of both romance and thriller, I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. It has a certain dystopian element to it, in the sense that a gene has been found that ultimately helps you find your soulmate. But beware it‘s not as good as it sounds. This is where the books takes centre stage. I was honestly hooked from the first page. Would totally recommend.

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