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Panpan

Sometimes a book just isn't for you. Reading this was incredibly painful - it felt slow, predictable, and unbelievable. I felt the relationship between Sylvia and Lukas to be very odd - and was surprised no one else in the book seemed to take issue with it. Others have said that this is more family drama than mystery (which I'm okay with), but I just never connected with the characters and mostly couldn't wait to just be done with it. ⭐⭐/5

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The weather is just gorgeous today. Snuck outside for a little reading time before dinner needs to be prepared. I'm about halfway through the tagged book and finding it to be a bit of a slog. The storyline is intriguing but it seems to move at a snail's pace. Also, some of the dialogue seems a bit odd . Plugging along, simply so I can move on to something else.

MyNamesParadise That‘s how I felt at times too when I was reading it. I think it was marketed improperly. It ended up being a “so-so” rating for me. 3d
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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Pickpick

WOW. Tara Westover spoke to my soul. My experience is no where near Tara's, but I related to her struggles to reconcile her multiple selves: before and after education. In my own life, it has been difficult to evaluate the values and "truths" of my childhood through the lense higher education affords. It isn't easy but there is beauty in the transformation. I devoured this book in one weekend. It's heartbreaking, gut wrenching, and inspiring.

cherinium I get you. A college education drove a wedge between myself and my family (immediate and extended). I am the only one that pursued education beyond high school (except an aunt who is also not well accepted in the family). It is very hard to relate to one another now. My life experiences since HS have just made me view the world very differently than they do. Tagged book explores a similar theme. I was born in the featured city. 1w
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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This book feels like fiction. It actually reminds me quite a bit of Fourth of July Creek - except it's based on real events. Completely mind blowing.

*Miss Daphne refused to look at the camera even when I begged her 😂

Reviewsbylola Loved this book but yes, mind blowing! 2w
Catsandbooks Miss Daphne just wanted you to get her best angle 💖😂 2w
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MrsMalaprop Just discussed it at my book club last week 👍. 2w
LauraBeth Your cat is clearly a Queen! 👑 2w
Becker Love the pic 2w
Amor4Libros I finished this yesterday and my mind was blown! 2w
Twainy I enjoyed this book! I think I may still hate “Sean”. Thankfully It was recommended to me as nonfiction because I agree, it read like fiction. 2w
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What Red Was | Rosie Price
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This book tackled heavy issues like sexual assault, substance abuse, and self-harm. An unflinching, honest look at the aftermath of rape - how it rips apart friendships, impedes daily living, and disrupts functional romantic relationships. The first half of this book read quickly, but I found the second half to be a bit slow. Although the content is important and timely, the delivery is certainly not action packed. A slow burn. ⭐⭐⭐⭐/ 5

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The Whisper Man | Alex North
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Impossible to be scared while reading The Whisper Man when Leo is snuggled up next to me. #catsoflitsy #readingsnuggles #fallreading

chaoticgoodhufflepuff Always good to have a reading buddy! ❤️ 3w
annkuch13 😻😻😻 3w
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This Tender Land: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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🥰 Because one book is never enough and when BOTM posts on the 29th of the month you go ALL out. #BOTM

My TBR is officially at an unhealthy level.

8little_paws I'm getting Wild Game, and I'm adding on The Goldfinch. I've already read it and own a digital copy, but I already have The Secret History from BOTM from a few years ago, and I have a paper copy of The Little Friend (which I still haven't read! UGH!). So this will make my Donna Tartt collection complete. But I do wish BOTM would do a copy of TLF so I could have a complete Tartt BOTM collection :) (edited) 3w
TheNerdyProfessor @8little_paws I absolutely loved The Goldfinch. I'm excited to see it portrayed as a movie. Also, I read TLF years and years ago, but remember really liking it. Might be time to reread it because the details escape me now ... 3w
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The Whisper Man | Alex North
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Managed to sneak about 10 minutes before my class to read parts of The Whisper Man. The gloomy weather we are having is a perfect compliment to this creepy suspense novel.
*On track to read both of my BOTM picks in the actual month I ordered them!

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Nora's father, a Moroccan immigrant and restaurant owner, is killed in a hit and ran. In the aftermath, Nora returns home to mourn her loss. Along the way, she confronts old enemies, encounters a new love, and struggles to keep her father's memory alive. This book made me incredibly homesick for my parents and a bit guilty for how our individual ambitions often lead us away from those who raised us. Told in alternating perspectives, a real gem.

Reggie Sounds good! 3w
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This book has been in my physical TBR pile for several months. I picked it up after finishing a "just okay" read. I can already tell this one will be something special. It caught my attention from page 1. A really interesting portrayal of immigrants, class differences, cultural differences, and conflict.

Tamra Love your rosemary! 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty ❤️ 1mo
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The Reckless Oath We Made | Bryn Greenwood
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Mehso-so

I eagerly awaited the release of this book, and was so glad BOTM chose this as part of their selection. I did enjoy the storyline, but I found this book to be lacking in depth and darkness (compared to her prior novel). Also, the use of Olde English added to the authenticity of the storytelling, but I found those chapters where it was heavily used to be my least favorite. Five stars for creativity, but only a so-so on depth and delivery.

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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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This was such a fun #bookmark swap! I really love that these bookmarks have suggested readings on them (and some are on my TBR already!) Thank you so much @EH2018, these all made my day!
 @librarianryan

LibrarianRyan yeah 1mo
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@LibrarianRyan I cannot imagine how much time it took to make these homemade bookmarks - I especially love the glittery ones! These will be perfect for adding some pizzaz to my next reading adventures.

Thank you for hosting and for sending these lovely bookmarks my way!
#bookmarkswap

LibrarianRyan I am glad I made about 60 of the clear one because I am never making them again! 1mo
OnlyYoo Love the last unicorn bookmark! 1mo
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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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@i-am-papercrane thank you so much for the cute bookmark! I'm always in a reading kind of mind! Plus, Daphne cat approved of this one too!

#bookmarkswap @LibrarianRyan

LibrarianRyan yeah 1mo
i-am-papercrane I‘m so glad you like it! Also, your cat is SO CUTE!! 😻 1mo
brit91 Cute cat!😻💖 1mo
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Three Women | Lisa Taddeo
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This book is not for everyone. The subject matter is at times hard to read, it can be painfully familiar. The book comes across as raunchy and I felt a bit awkward as I read it. Then, I thought, isn't this the point of the book? The fact that women have had to downplay their desires for centuries. Desire is not shameful. It's part of being human. On the surface this book is about sex; dig deeper and it's about power, freedom, and self love.

SW-T Thanks for the thoughtful review. 1mo
ephemeralwaltz Interesting review!! 👏👏👏 1mo
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Harvard Book Store | Cambridge, MA (Bookstore)
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Me to Husband before travel: I don't NEED anymore books. I probably won't even stop by the bookstore.

Me to Self 10 minutes after arrival: I will just stop in to browse.

*Leaves with two new books 🤦🙈

SamanthaMarie Hahahaha yessss!!! 1mo
MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1mo
Ruthiella 🤣🤣🤣 1mo
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This bookmark is too big for the #bookmarkswap.

ONH Oh my goodness! Such a pretty kitty 🥺 1mo
LibrarianRyan Baby! 1mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Hahahaha!! Precious❤️ 1mo
AmyG Awwww...such a beautiful cat. 1mo
brit91 Awwww!😍😻💖 1mo
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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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Packaged up my bookmarks for the #bookmarkswap. I didn't use any pretty envelopes but I did add these fun stickers so I hope that makes up for it!
@LibrarianRyan thank you for hosting this low-maintenance swap!

LibrarianRyan You are welcome!😁❤️👍🏻 1mo
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The Reckless Oath We Made | Bryn Greenwood
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Book Mail 😍

I'm seriously growing concerned about my growing TBR pile. It's overwhelming and yet they are all so beautiful.

Does it count as hoarding if it's books? 🤔

Amor4Libros I was late to a dinner last night finishing Leaving the Witness 😂 2mo
wanderinglynn Nope, doesn't count as hoarding. 😉 2mo
Lovesbooks87 Nope! That's what I keep telling myself! 2mo
reluctantangeleno I have that ellie too! And definitely doesn't count as hoarding when the books bring you joy ❤ 2mo
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White Whale Bookstore | Pittsburgh, PA (Bookstore)
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Nothing is better than visiting a bookstore for the first time 😍

SW-T 😊😊😊 2mo
Aimeesue And the day after Herman Melville's birthday, too! Seems appropriate. 2mo
tammysue 😍 2mo
britt_brooke Looks like a lovely shop! 2mo
brit91 💖💖💖💖📚📚📚📚 2mo
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Untitled | Unknown
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How precious is this personalized library stamp? Received it from a dear friend today and I love it. Commence the stamping!

JanuarieTimewalker13 That is cool!! 2mo
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The Gifted School | Bruce Holsinger
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Last day of July.
August will bring a new semester. Savoring these days where I can have lunch outside with a book.

I am 100 pages into the tagged book and enjoying it so far. It is culturally well-timed in it's examination of the pressures surrounding student achievement.

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*Not a book post.*

My dog started daycare today. I think it was more sad for me than her. Counting down the hours until I pick her up.

... Is this helicopter parenting??

LibrarianRyan Ahhhh. Baby. 2mo
rretzler Nah! Now if your dog gets in trouble and is sent to the office and you go in and say she didn‘t do it, you might be a helicopter parent. 🤣 It‘s just love to miss your baby! 2mo
LibrarianJen She will be fine! 2mo
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Megabooks Cutie!! She‘ll have a great time! Bandit loved daycare. 2mo
brit91 Awww cute baby!!😍😍 2mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Aww, I'm sure she'll have fun. 💕 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @rretzler I would totally say she didn't do it 😂 2mo
AmyG All the dogs I know who go....love it! Doggie play dates. 2mo
mcipher Awww! It‘s the same for human kids - you‘re gutted and they are often like “cool, see you later” It gets easier!! 2mo
mreads That expression ❤🐕 2mo
rretzler 🤣. If she‘s anything like my 2 sons - she‘ll love it! And you‘ll get used to it... eventually. 2mo
TrishB My Doggo goes too 🐶 she loves it. Waits behind they door when they collect her! 2mo
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Pickpick

I didn't know how much I needed this book when I started it. 400 pages about therapy? It flew by. I felt like I was talking with a friend. I laughed, I cried (okay, sobbed), and I contemplated my own life journey. This book confronts grief and struggling head on and yet challenges you to KEEP GOING. It has so much to say about the process of living and losing. Seriously, this is a book every person should read. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ giant-sized stars.

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Supper Club | Lara Williams
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The Nickel Boys: A Novel | Colson Whitehead
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Visited Otto's Bookstore in downtown Williamsport Pennsylvania today. This is thought to be one of the 5 oldest bookstores in the US. 😍

I purchased the tagged book after listening to an interview with the author on NPR.. he signed 15,000 copies for his new release! (And I got one!)

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I bought my mom an audible subscription for her birthday. This month she picked Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. I just so happened to own this book due my ever-growing BOTM backlog, so we are having an impromptu book club for two. The temps are cool and it's the perfect day for sitting outside and savoring a new book.

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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Started my day by finishing this book. Eve spends a memorable summer on Cape Cod exploring her desires and ambitions. A true coming of age story that involves romance, self-development, and a look into the publishing world of days past. Definitely a quick summer read that covers some important ideas without being too heavy.

P.S. Lots of literary references in this one! I had to look some up as I read.

booksaremyfavorite I just got mine from the library. Can‘t wait to read it! 2mo
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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Oh, how much I am enjoying this one. Started this afternoon and am about 100 pages in. A perfect summertime, coming of age novel that explores the perils of the book publishing world.

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Whisper Network: A Novel | Chandler Baker
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It's hard to say that I "love" this book. Rather, this book is simply too important not to read. Despite the #metoo movement, women are belittled, ridiculed, and villified for speaking their truth. Baker aptly describes barriers for working women in a modern world. She highlights how women both protect one another and aid in pepetuating the mistreatment due to their silence. There were so many truths in this book and they need to be shared. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

marleed I agree. I think this fictional story is a great way to have the conversation. In the IRL situations we are often conflicted with emotions of who we wanted someone to be or behave. I would to attend an IRL bookclub on this book. 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @marleed I agree 100%. We are so quick to judge what victims should have done or said and too often th conversation doesn't involve scrutinizing the perpetrators actions. I'm so glad Reese picked this for her July book but I also wanted human discussion! 2mo
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Holy emotional read. This book follows Anna as she seeks treatment for her anorexia. It provides a realistic look inside the struggles associated with eating disorders - for those who are sick and their families as well. This is definitely not easy reading material but my heart broke for these girls and their successes and failures. It also used a short chapter format which made it easy to breeze through. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Dawnrod1970 Loved this book! 2mo
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Newest summer companions.

brit91 It looks beautiful out there great picture!😍📚 2mo
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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Dropped my mom off at the airport today 😭 Made myself less sad about her departure by stopping at the bookstore. #retailtherapy #bookshelpyoucope

Stormborn1992 I want to read all of those books, great choices!!! I'm especially curious about Whisper Network! 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Stormborn1992 The Whisper Network was Reese's book club pick this month so I really hope it's a good one! 2mo
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Girls of Glass | Brianna Labuskes
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Mehso-so

A murder investigation of the death of a young child. While this book had some great twists and turns, I was left with a feeling of frustration at the end. I didn't guess the murdered until it was revealed but once it all "came together" I couldn't help asking "why? What was the point?" Obviously, murder is hard to justify in any instance but I truly felt like the motives could have been accomplished in a different way. Any one else read this one?

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The Gifted School | Bruce Holsinger
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Book Mail 😍 I would recognize my blue BOTM box from a mile away.

** Clearly another month without self control **

Lovesbooks87 Evelyn!!! 💚💚💚 3mo
Stormborn1992 I'm really glad I'm not the only person who can't resist adding a book or two on every month! They have so many excellent choices! 3mo
MaceyT15 Just got mine today too!! Evelyn Hugo is one of the best books I've ever read. I hope you enjoy! 3mo
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Girls of Glass | Brianna Labuskes
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I have so many books on my TBR pile and sometimes it's overwhelming to pick and commit to one. I never know if I'll be in the right "mood" for a certain book. After reading 1 chapter of this and learning the author is from my alma mater (We Are Penn State!), I think this was a good pick. Stay tuned for a review in a few days!

Moony Oh I know this feeling.... 3mo
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Gun Love | Jennifer Clement
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What a read! It is a small novel but it really packs an emotional punch. The writing is so lyrical, it almost feels like some of the words are being sung. Pearl and her mother live in their car and have since Pearl was a baby. This book examines a childhood marred by homelessness and the role of guns in a Florida community. There was a plot twist in the middle I did not expect - this book almost hurts to read but it was very well done.

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Gun Love | Jennifer Clement
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Next up on the reading docket.

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Mostly Dead Things | Kristen Arnett
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I finished this one out on the porch with Riley dog. It is certainly unique and taught me quite a bit about taxidermy. I am a bit squeamish and found parts of this a bit off-putting (I assume that is the point). Although this was described as funny, I found it to be more ironic than "ha ha" funny. It is also an LGBT read, which I liked. This did hold my attention, but I was ready for it to end when I got to the last page. A solid ⭐⭐⭐ 1/2 for me.

chaoticgoodhufflepuff Gorgeous pup! My Riley dog says hi to your Riley dog! ❤️ 3mo
CouronneDhiver Look at that grin ❤️❤️ 3mo
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Today I visited a BAM store for the first time. I loved it because:
1. It's only 1 mile from my new house and
2. They gave me so many COUPONS

These are both hefty books but I can't wait to dive into them.

Dawnrod1970 I love BAM! 3mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Stella Fortuna was so good!! And I LOVE that little blue table!!! 3mo
toofondofbooks BAM has a really good clearance section 3mo
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marleed Oh I‘m jelly of both books added to your personal library! 3mo
TNbookworm I love their bargain books section! 3mo
k.reads.5 Awesome! Both of these are on my TBR. 3mo
Slajaunie I love that table! 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Slajaunie Believe it or not, my husband spray painted an old wooden table with this mint color. He used a sanding block to make it look "worn" in spots. A very cheap DIY! 3mo
Slajaunie He did a great job! 3mo
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Swimming Lessons | Claire Fuller
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1. Swimming lessons (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐)
2. Cast Away
3. Copacabana

*The tagged book was one of my favorite BOTM picks!
#manicmonday @joscho

JoScho Thanks for playing 💙🏝💙 3mo
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Ask Again, Yes: A Novel | Mary Beth Keane
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I waited and waited and waited for this book to be released. As soon as it was, I moved it straight to my TBR. Turns out, it was worth the wait. The description on the jacket does not give a lot of information so I enjoyed how the story unfolded without the reader necessarily knowing where it was going. This is a thoughtful examination of family - who becomes family, how strong are the ties that bind? Slow, descriptive, and beautiful. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Heatherfeather Just bought this. Can't waaaaaaaait 3mo
cookreadsleep Oh no. When a book includes a “slow” descriptor i take that as a bad sign. I live for the action! But i already have it on hold, so I‘ll check it out when it comes in. Glad you enjoyed it! 3mo
Mitch I just ordered this from over seas as I couldn‘t wait! So relieved it seems like it‘s great 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @cookreadsleep this is definitely a slower paced novel. It is told from multiple perspectives (which I like) but the prose is really descriptive at times. I hope you like it! 3mo
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Mostly Dead Things | Kristen Arnett
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Enjoying the morning quiet before the rest of the house stirs. Drinking coffee, watching the birds, and starting a new book. Happy Sunday 🌞

Amiable What a gorgeous view you have! 3mo
cookreadsleep Beautiful. Where do you live? 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor Thank you @Amiable and @cookreadsleep I just relocated to West Virginia and love it 🥰 3mo
cookreadsleep I had no idea it was so beautiful there. Hoping to be headed that way soon myself, as I‘ve applied for a few jobs in DC 3mo
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Santa's Summer Christmas | Jenni-Lynne Harris
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The second post includes all the fun books that I received from @j9brown. I can't wait to dig into all of these and love that you recommended The Interestings - I haven't read it yet! @BookishMarginalia thank you so much for hosting another fun swap! #summersantagoespostal

j9brown Yay! I had a lot of fun shopping for this 😁 I hope you enjoy everything, and I'm glad that book is a new one for you, it was one of my favs last year! 3mo
TheLudicReader Anything by Courtney Summers is worth the time. 3mo
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Summer Santa | Ward Maia
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As soon as I woke up, I knew what day it was!! Opened my #summersantagoespostal and LOVED every bit of it. Posting photos in 2 groups. This one is a picture of all the fun goodies that @j9brown included. I really love the Book Beau and the soy candle. I also am a huge fan of supporting indie bookstores and love that you chose one in NYC that I have not visited!

AmyG Those socks ! 💕 (edited) 3mo
BookishMarginalia So pretty! 3mo
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The Unpassing: A Novel | Chia-Chia Lin
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Gatekeeper.

You can read in exchange for treats.

squirrelbrain 😻😻😻 3mo
Crazeedi This is just adorable!!😻 3mo
Theaelizabet 💕💕💕 3mo
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TheSpineView Cute! 3mo
DebinHawaii Beautiful kitty! 🐱❤️ #catsoflitsy 3mo
Recommended4Reading OMGosh...precious!!! 3mo
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The Unpassing: A Novel | Chia-Chia Lin
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Anyone else keep books in the car to read at red lights and in drive thrus? 😂

megnews Not red lights but drive thrus 3mo
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This suspenseful whodunnit is told from 3 perspectives - Stella - a teenager accused of murdering a 33-year old businessman - as well as her father and mother. I enjoyed this book because the chapters were short and the pace was quick. I find that few authors do a really good job creating suspense and holding the reader's attention in a meaningful way. This book did not suffer from these issues. The ending was satisfying and realistic. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Crazeedi Nice review!!💞 3mo
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Ruth is a psychologist who works with troubled young individuals. She is also the mother of twins - on of whom has gone missing in the last year. She gets a new patient who just happens to look like her missing son. Of course, drama ensues.

I like the premise, but I'm not crazy about the execution. There's a lot of therapy sessions scenes and the book is starting to feel repetitive. Hoping it picks up in the next half.

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A Nearly Normal Family | Mattias Edvardsson
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A purring kitten and time to read in the middle of the day. Today I'm living my best life 😎

dgingo Yes—yes you are! 😻📖 3mo
hjreviews I love how long haired cats look like their wearing pantaloons 😍😂 3mo
rretzler 😻 3mo
Susannah Same, @hjreviews! I used to have three cats that were all medium-to-long hair, and I would always joke about their “kitteh pant-a-lons.” 😜 3mo
DebinHawaii Beautiful! 🐱❤️ 3mo
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