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VoraciousMind

VoraciousMind

Joined August 2019

I do not discriminate against any books. I love them all.
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#LITSYLEARN @Alora @TheSpineView

1.
(a) I lived in Japan for six years.
(b) Ancestor was an American Founding Father.
(c) I have read all the books I own.

2. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

3. Met several authors.

4. I would rather be too cold!!!

Alora Ouhhh I love your answers! Thank you for playing! I‘m going to guess the lie is that you‘ve read every book you own?! If not, that is amazing! My tbr pile is so big 😂😭 3w
TheSpineView Thanks for the tag!😘 3w
TheSpineView Lived in Japan?🤔 3w
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VoraciousMind @Alora Yes! I have not read all my books!! 3w
VoraciousMind @TheSpineView Sorry! I lived in Okinawa, Japan from 1992-1998. My daughter was born there in 1993! 3w
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Mehso-so

My only issue was the insistence by the author that a narcissist is always insecure as well. Outdated idea that this fact is always true. Great deal of research shows that is no longer always the case. Repeating this fact was irritating. However, book does offer some good insights, interestingly enough. I would not make this your first or only book on the topic due to this issue. But it is worth a read.

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The Alchemist | Paulo Coelho
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Panpan

I wished I loved it as much as everyone else did. But there are so many better books out there. So much better literature available. I wonder if it is because people don‘t go back far enough, read older books, better books written about destiny. But that‘s me. Please don‘t let that keep you from reading it as many others have loved it. I just was not impressed at all. I was actually bored.

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#Two4Tuesday
I am late but here is mine:
1. Excellent character development. The story needs to pull me in and make me want to stay and keep wanting to know what happens next.
2. No particular time. Just moments I can steal away.
@TheSpineView

TheSpineView Never too late! I too love character driven stories. Thanks for playing! 😊 3w
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Pickpick

“Seeing Gender” is a must book for everyone. Not only does it help you with your gender pronouns but it provides education for us straight folks about ourselves. Beautifully illustrated and is written for all. Read it, then pass it along. The hardback is fantastic quality and an instant classic to navigate in today‘s world.

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Pickpick

Wish I could gift this to every human in the world. This book made me laugh and filled me with joy. And brought me so much wisdom from three amazing men. I now put this in the top five life-changing, favorite books of my entire life. It is amazing, entertaining, uplifting, educating, and keeps you locked in and wanting more. No matter what your religion (or even if you are an atheist), you will find something here. I know this from experience.

mitch245 I totally agree! I'm not done the book yet but am halfway through and it's such an eye opener! 4w
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Pickpick

This book was introduced to me when I was 14 years ago. It remains in my top three all time. It resonates with me. This story cannot be told enough.

Godislove Which human morality is expressed by the story the most? 4mo
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Pickpick

A right of passage for this young geek girl. I read it years ago. And recently enjoyed it again through Audible. A true classic.