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Joined January 2018

The more books, the better! Ravenclaw / reading mostly fantasy, sci-fi, YA, cozy mysteries
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Wild Lavender | Belinda Alexandra
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(1) Lavender purple, yellow
(2) Collecting teas, books
(3) My TBR list is so long. More accurate on Gooreads because I've been using it longer.
(4) Fantasy
(5) Paper bookmarks
(6) November 21
#JB

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Sky in the Deep | Adrienne Young
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Mehso-so

Eelyn is fighting in battle and she sees the impossible: her dead brother is fighting with the enemy. In another battle she gets taken captive. The story came together at the end nicely and it had a lovely message. However, for me it was slow for the first half, predictable, and lacking in overall world building. We only ever hear of 3 clans. And is this supposed to be our world or a fantasy world? Also didn't like unexplained foreign words.

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This book was amazing. I could hardly put it down. Simon Spier is not yet out. He's anonymously exchanging emails with another boy at his high school when a classmate sees his email and starts blackmailing him. The story that ensues follows Simon, the relationships with his friends, and developments with his anonymous friend/crush. Characters have personality flaws in real ways. Overall it is heartwarming and I'm so glad I read it.

CarolynM It's a good one 13mo
bibliophiliac @CarolynM Agreed! :) 13mo
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Geekerela | Ashley Poston
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A modern-day retelling of Cinderella where the main character is a geek for a certain fandom. I liked how we saw equal parts the perspectives of the "prince" and Ella. There were enough plot twists and new things going on that the book was quite entertaining. I could hardly put it down and kept wanting to return to it when I wasn't reading. Sweet romance.

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Novella-length retelling of the Frog Prince. Loved the story. The setting of a desert kingdom was interesting and different. Characters were great. The main character learned things and grew. Romance was sweet.

RaimeyGallant Nice review. :) 13mo
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Stretching | Jessica Matthews
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Downloaded on #kindleunlimited. Great book about stretching. It is set up by area of the body and all the explanations are clear and come with drawings of the stretch that are easy to follow and understand. The end of the book has series of stretches recommended for different purposes ex. after work, before bed, for hiking, for tennis, during watching TV. Wonderful resource.

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The Autumn Fairy | Brittany Fichter
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What a hidden gem of a book! The author definitely shows and doesn't tell. The mystery of it grabbed me right away. Characters were great, loved all the twists and turns in the story. Can't wait for the author to release the next book in the series. Available on #kindleunlimited.

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I was reminded why I enjoyed the ACOTAR series. All our favorite characters appear and we see the aftermath and healing after the war. I think the author tied it up at the end nicely. Sneak peak for the next book was interesting. I will keep reading this series.

BooknerdsLife It's so nice to visit all the characters we love once again! 13mo
bibliophiliac @BooknerdsLife Agreed! I felt the same way. 13mo
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Book 8 in the Oxford Tearoom cozy mystery series takes place in Vienna, Austria instead of the usual Oxford setting. Gemma's plans for a romantic vacation with her detective boyfriend Devlin get upset and she ends up going to Vienna with the snoopy 'Old Biddies'. A murderer takes place and the usual sleuthing ensues. I enjoyed this installment, but not as much as the mysteries set in Oxford. I will continue reading new books as they come out.

Traci1 I hadn't heard of this series. I love a good cozy, and one set in Oxford sound great. I'm going to have to look for book one. 😊 14mo
bibliophiliac @Traci1 It's one of my favorite cozy mystery series! Definitely recommend it 👍 14mo
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Little House on the Prairie | Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams
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When I was a kid I never read this series. As an adult reading it I wish I had read them as a kid. They are enjoyable and you learn a lot about what life was like for settlers way back when. In this book the family leaves their house in the woods of Wisconsin to set up a house on the praire in Kansas. The treatment of the American Indians leaves much to be desired, but it can be taken as a lesson in the ways of thinking of the time.

LiterRohde I loved that series as a kid! 14mo
bibliophiliac @LiterRohde Glad to hear it! I'm going to continue reading the series until the end. ☺️ 14mo
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Our Library | Eve Bunting
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Loved this pic posted by Harris County Public Library (Texas) on Facebook!

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I feel like I've been sitting too much and it's been affecting my health, so I downloaded this book on Kindle Unlimited. I think it did a good job of motivating me to stand, move, and stretch more during my days. The agenda it sets out is actionable and reasonable.

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Pestilence | Laura Thalassa
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The four horsemen of the apocalypse come to earth and wreak havoc. They leave for a bit, but then one of them - Pestilence - comes back to spread plague among the people. The plucky main character tries to kill him, but ends up as his prisoner. I wasn't sure I would like the Stockholm syndrome element to the story, but the author pulls it off. I was constantly thinking of the book and wanting to return to it when I was busy with other things.

MarriedtoMrT Yay! I‘m glad it‘s good. I bought it for Kindle recently but haven‘t read it yet. 14mo
bibliophiliac @MarriedtoMrT It is good, I hope you enjoy it! 14mo
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The prince of Belgium likes to wear dresses, but his family doesn't know anything about it. He hires a creative tailor and their friendship and love bloom. Very quick read and lovely story with original style art.

theresidentromantic Aww ❤ I've wanted this book since I saw a little Facebook commercial a few months ago, it looks so sweet, glad to hear you enjoyed it! 1y
bibliophiliac @theresidentromantic It is a sweet story, definitely recommend it! 1y
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Untitled | Unknown
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In the end last weekend I was able to toal up fo about 23 hrs for the #25infive challenge. Finished 3 whole books, finished off a fourth. It was a fun event! Thanks @Andrew65!

wanderinglynn Congrats! Great reading! 👏🏻🎉👍🏻 1y
bibliophiliac Thanks! I'm pretty happy with the result 1y
MissAimz_55 Great job!!! 1y
bibliophiliac @MissAimz_55 Thank you! 😃 14mo
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Untitled | Unknown
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About 21 hrs into my #25infive readathon, the end goal is within reach tomorrow! So far I've completed 3 books and finished a 4th. I'll at least make good progress on a 5th by the end of tomorrow :) it's been fun to see how much I can read when I'm focused on it. Good night, everyone!

Andrew65 Brilliant time so far, good luck over the final day 👏 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Thank you! I'm going for it! 1y
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Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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Most people have heard of Achilles, the great warrior who fought at Troy. But what of Achilles as a person and his love? This book explores the beautiful story of Achilles and Patroclus. I enjoyed it from beginning to end.

CharissaWeaksAuthor I loved this so much. 1y
bibliophiliac @CharissaWeaksAuthor Indeed, it was a great book! 1y
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Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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Resuming my #25infive readathon this morning the right way - coffee and a bagel! 13 hours in, 12 more to go! Maybe I can finish this book today? #coffeecoffeecoffee @hermyknee

Andrew65 Going well, good luck! 😊 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Thanks! Just finished! 😃 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac Well done! 🙌 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 😄 it was a good book! 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac I need to get hold of a copy. 1y
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Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller
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13 hours into my #25infive readathon. Read 2 whole books, finished another one, and starting this book now. It has such wonderful reviews, I have a feeling I'm in for a great story!

Andrew65 A great total, well done so far 👏 1y
sisilia This book and Circe look so interesting! 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Thanks, Andrew! Starting again now! 1y
bibliophiliac @sisilia Agreed! Looking forward to reading Circe as well 😃 1y
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(1) Yellow and lavender purple
(2) Fantasy
(3) Cats 😻
(4) Collecting books, used to collect lip balms
(5) Chocolate chip cookie
(6) Blue corn tortilla chips
(7) Coffee in the morning, tea at all other times, hot chocolate on a cold day

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All Spell Breaks Loose | Annabel Chase
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Spellbound was closed off to the world due to an enchantment. Following the events of book 10 in the Spellbound series, we now see the beginnings of life in the town as outsiders start arriving. A new problem hits the town and some of Emma's dearest friends are affected. She sets out to find the culprit and set things right. (selected title for book 10 because this book is not available in Litsy yet) #kindleunlimited #25infive

Andrew65 That was a quick read. 😊 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Yep! This author's books are all about 200 pages long. Really quick and fun reads. One of my favorite authors! 😁👍 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac Will have to search her books out. 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 All her books are on Kindle Unlimited, if you have it 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac Thanks 😊 1y
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Hemlocked and Loaded | Annabel Chase
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Next up in my #25infive readathon -- the first book in a new series set in the town of Spellbound by one of my favorite paranormal mystery authors: Annabel Chase! #kindleunlimited #paranormal #cozymystery

Andrew65 Looks interesting. 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 It's a fun paranormal cozy mystery series :) 1y
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The Wicked Deep | Shea Ernshaw
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200 years ago the town of Sparrow, Oregon drowned 3 sisters accused of being witches. Every year the spirits of the women come back to drown boys as their revenge. This year some things change. I loved the atmosphere of the book. I could see what was going to happen before it did, but it was still an enjoyable read. #25infive 8 hours done!

Burghbookaddict This sounds pretty good! Ill have to check it out! 1y
bibliophiliac @laurenashley It was a good book, hope you enjoy it too! 1y
Andrew65 Coming along well. 1y
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ejxjdjjx Such cute reading companions!🐱🐱 1y
bibliophiliac @Carie73 Yes! I love to read with my kitties! 🐱🐱❤️ 1y
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The Wicked Deep | Shea Ernshaw
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So excited for my morning! Book + coffee as I continue #25infive ready to go!

Andrew65 Sounds like a great morning. 😊 1y
darklydreaming Love that cover! 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Yes, it is! 😄 1y
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bibliophiliac @darklydreaming Me too, I definitely bought this book because of the cover. Story is good, 3.5-4 stars so far 1y
ghosthost I‘m doing the same thing this morning: Coffee plus The Wicked Deep. 1y
bibliophiliac @ghosthost What a great morning 😃 how are you liking it? I just finished 1y
ghosthost I‘m about a third of the way in. It‘s fun. 1y
bibliophiliac @ghosthost Glad you're enjoying it too! 1y
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Life in a Medieval City | Frances Gies, Joseph Gies
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(1) Historical fiction
(2) Fantasy is my favorite genre 😃
(3) The Middle Ages, especially the High Middle Ages
(4) Henry V

@bethm @Captivatedbybooks #kingsandqueensthisorthat

BethM Fantasy is my favorite too! 1y
bibliophiliac @BethM Yay! What is your favorite fantasy book? Mine is The Hobbit ☺️ 1y
BethM Oh boy just one? I loved The Hobbit, Stephen Lawhead‘s King Arthur series- oh wait I know! Susan Cooper Dark is Rising! 1y
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bibliophiliac @BethM Ooh I haven't read those, must add to my TBR!! 😃 1y
BethM Classics! 1y
Captivatedbybooks I dont understand when people say they dont like fantasy i definitely give them the side eye LOL 1y
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The Wicked Deep | Shea Ernshaw
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Going into the weekend with about six and a half hours done for #25infive! So excited to spend my weekend reading books! 📖😃 @Andrew65

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
Andrew65 You‘re going well with the weekend just getting underway. 😊 (edited) 1y
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wanderinglynn 🎉👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🎉 Yay for weekend reading! 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Yes! Lots more reading to do. Perhaps I can finish a couple books 😃 1y
bibliophiliac @wanderinglynn Weekend reading is so much fun! 👍 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac @wanderinglyn It‘s what weekends were invented for. 👍 1y
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Making progress! Finished Star Wars: The Last Jedi & progress on two books so far: Into the Bright Unknown 60% and The Wicked Deep pg 85. #25infive feeling motivated!

Andrew65 A really good start, well done 👏👏👏 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Thank you! This is fun :) 1y
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Forever Friday: A Novel | Timothy Lewis
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1. Loud chewing sounds
2. Cake 😋🍰
3. I had two goldfish - Flipper and Goldie
4. Horror
5. Happy Friday!! 🎉🤗
#friyayintro @jesshowbooks

taraWritesSci The chewing! How do people not hear themselves?! I want to flip tables when someone is making mouth noises while they eat. Ugh. Adorable fish names, btw. 😊 1y
bibliophiliac @taraWritesSci Yes!! And thanks :) Flipper was black and Goldie was golden orange ❤️ 1y
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The Wicked Deep | Shea Ernshaw
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Next book up: The Wicked Deep! Hope it lives up to the hype. #Apollo #catsoflitsy #25infive

CherylSwafford Love this picture💞 1y
bibliophiliac @CherylSwaffordAuthor Thanks! My cat Apollo is so cute. Still only 9 months old. 1y
CarolynM Love ginger cats❤️❤️❤️ 1y
bibliophiliac @CarolynM The are adorable! ❤️ 1y
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Mehso-so

This was the first Star Wars book I've read. Picked it up because I enjoyed the movie. It was good while I was reading it, but I didn't feel motivated or interested to pick it up and read. The book added some background to the movie, but it could have added far more depth. Some parts seemed rushed. Random names of characters that show up just for one scene bothered me too. This was a rare case where the movie is better than the book.

Kaye C. is for CAT , See ? C 1y
bibliophiliac @Kaye Hehe I didn't see that at first, but you're right! 😸 1y
looseleafbooks What a cutie! 1y
bibliophiliac @looseleafbooks Thank you! Her name is Artemis ☺️ 1y
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I've never done a readathon before. I'm excited to try it out! Working full time I'm not sure if I can get to the full 25 hrs, but I'll try in my spare time! #25infive @Andrew65

Andrew65 Welcome 😊, this is a good one to start with as is a chilled one, with 5 days to spread it over. The taking part is more important than necessarily getting to 25 hours. Best of luck 👍 should be a lot of fun. (edited) 1y
bibliophiliac @Andrew65 Thank you! It's a fun idea and I like having a goal to share with others! 😁 1y
Andrew65 @bibliophiliac That‘s always good! 1y
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#kindlequestions @lova
1. 580, doesn't include books I've borrowed on Kindle Unlimited and from the library
2. My black Kindle cover
3. At night in bed when the light is off. I like to fall asleep reading. Also I like using it on my commute because it's lighter to hold in one hand and less bulky than a book. Finally, in the bath!

Lova @bibliophiliac you must have the waterproof kindle! I‘ve looked into the kindle unlimited but I‘m not sure I read enough books a month to justify the cost. 1y
CherylSwafford I have been known to put mine in a ziplock bag so it won‘t get wet 😂 1y
bibliophiliac @Lova unfortunately I don't have the new Oasis! I use a Ziploc bag around my Kindle and am extra careful not to drop it. 😁 I think the value of KU does depend on how many books you read, but also if you get KU on a deal. I got it 40%off for 2 years on Prime Day in July. I think it worked out to about $5 per month. 1y
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bibliophiliac @CherylSwaffordAuthor I totally follow that method, too! It works 👍 1y
Lova @CherylSwaffordAuthor @bibliophiliac Im trying the ziplock tonight !! 🙏🏻 1y
bibliophiliac @Lova Great! 😁 1y
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Glass Spare | Lauren DeStefano
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I was immediately intrigued by the world setting - medieval politics and buildings, but modern technology. Under pressure of a stressful event, Wil's power to turn anything living into gemstones is activated. After a traumatic use of her power, she leaves her home and goes on an adventure. The characters, story, and romance were all compelling. Looking forward to the sequel!

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1. I was Apple, buy I switched to Android last year
2. Kindle Oasis, Kindle Paperwhite, and my old Kindle Keyboard. I love e-readers.
3. Facebook, Goodreads, Signal, Spotify
4. Desktop computer
#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho All the kindles ❤️ 1y
Chasing_Pages How was the android switch? I‘ve been contemplating it for a while. 1y
bibliophiliac @JoScho Yes! I used to have kobos too. But Kindle has such great prices! 1y
bibliophiliac @Chasing_Pages it's not as difficult as I thought it would be. I really like how much cheaper it is. Got a good deal on Amazon for a $200 phone. 1y
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1. Like a River Glorious by Rae Carson
2. Fantasy and YA
3. Cadbury
4. @Dana1084 @glitterkitty459

jwashreads I love this series! It's one of those that I picked up based on the cover art, and it was so worth it! 1y
bibliophiliac @jwashreads I love the series and the cover art too! It's so nice when those things align 😃 1y
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I loved the first book in this series and the second book was just as good. After settling in Glory, California at a rich spot for gold, Leah and her friends run into trouble. Leah's murdering Uncle Hiram wants to take Leah and use her gold witchy powers for his own profit. There is plenty of action and conflict. I also like how the author did thorough research into the period and clearly portrayed the horrors and injustices of the time.

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Starstruck | S E Anderson
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I just finished reading an ARC of the third book in the Starstruck series by S.E. Anderson. I love this series. A troubled girl runs into an alien duo. Through her moxie she helps them out and they go on various thrilling adventures. This was another fun installment in the series!

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The Wicked Deep | Shea Ernshaw
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At Barnes and Noble. Yes I'm guilty of judging a book by it's cover. This cover is so beautiful 😍 plus the story sounds interesting. Apparently Netflix won screen rights for it.

Reading-In-The-Wings I want this one so badly!! 1y
bibliophiliac @Reading-In-The-Wings I will post how it goes! 1y
JanuarieTimewalker13 I saw this on a booktuber‘s channel and it‘s gorgeous under the dust jacket too!! 1y
bibliophiliac @JanuarieTimewalker13 Yes! It is lovely! 🌟 1y
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Anne of Green Gables | L M Montgomery
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I'm listening to the audiobook from my library. What a heartwarming and positive story. I love listening to this on my commute. It immediately puts me in a better mood.

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1. The Cruel Prince
2. No :(
3. Wild Bergamot
4. Chocolate eggs!

#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho Thanks for playing 😊 1y
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The Tolkien Reader | J. R. R. Tolkien
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Thanks @julesG for the tag! I finally figured out how to do screenshots on my Android :) @GarthRanzz #TrivialThursday
1. J.R.R. Tolkien and Michael J. Sullivan
2. Night in with a good book!
3. Medieval settings
4. @LibrarianRyan

julesG 👏👏👏 1y
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My current read. I enjoyed The Last Jedi movie, so I thought I'd see what it's like when they novelize it. Mixed thoughts so far. Maybe it'll get better :) #catsoflitsy #starwars

mrozzz Pretty!! 1y
bibliophiliac @mrozzz Thank you! 1y
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Twisted Palace | Erin Watt
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The book starts out in the turmoil set up by the end of book 2 in the series. There are lots of twists and turns in the story and a good amount of tension. I really liked how the writer brought things together.

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Cute kitty pictures is this book ❤️

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Mehso-so

This Japanese comic book follows a mom and son who have a cat and find a little kitten they end up adopting. The original cat Plum and the kitten Snowball have cute interactions. I'm a cat lover, so I couldn't help but love the cute pictures of the cats and their shenanigans. I felt that the humans in the story were extraneous and the book would have been better if it had focused only on the cats.

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Stalking Jack the Ripper | Kerri Maniscalco
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Audrey Rose is interested in learning forensic medicine at a time when it was inappropriate for women to do so. She gets caught up in the mystery of finding Jack the Ripper. Characters are great and the story keeps you guessing until the end. Some scenes are gruesome, but it fits well with the story.

ofclumsywords I can‘t wait to read this series!! 1y
bibliophiliac @Ofclumsywords It's good! I plan to read the next book in the series soon :) 1y
whatsthEStorey Nice review! Welcome to Litsy! 🤗 1y
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whatshesreadingnow Great review! And welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻🌸 1y
RaimeyGallant This sounds fantastic! And welcome to Litsy from me too! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. 1y
bibliophiliac @whatsthEStorey Thank you! 🤗 1y
bibliophiliac @RaimeyGallant Thanks for the welcome and the suggestion! I need to learn more about how to use this app 😃 1y
RaimeyGallant I hope you find it helpful. :) 1y
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The Siren | Kiera Cass
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About to die in a ship wreck, Kahlen takes up the offer to become a siren, a being who serves the Ocean by calling to people to jump off ships and die. I didn't feel that Kahlen's mixed emotions made sense. Every time it came up I got more and more irritated. I loved the Selection series so I thought I'd try this one, but was disappointed.

marineko I was pretty disappointed in this one, too :( 1y
bibliophiliac @marineko I'm sorry to hear that. I really wanted to like this book, but just couldn't! 1y
marineko @bibliophiliac me too; I think it was okay, but nowhere near as addictive as The Selection books. 1y
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bibliophiliac @marineko Good point! 1y
tpixie Thanks for taking one for the team!!! 1y
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A quick, fun read about a high school student who goes to intern in NY City at a cutting edge magazine. Along the way she learns important lessons. I loved the realistic romantic and platonic relationships in this book. Well worth a read!

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Wonder. R.J. Palacio | R J Palacio
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This is such a feel-good book. It left me with lots of warm fuzzies. The characters, the stories, and how they were interwoven was amazing.

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Wintersong | S Jae-Jones
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I was disappointed with this book. At first I was into it, but that might have been the anticipation of the Goblin King romance. On top of the bad romance, the repetition of 'Der Erlkoning' everywhere, the constant reference to the 'austere young man', and the overuse of musical metaphors really put me off. Almost dnf'd at 90%. I wish I could have enjoyed this more :(

HeatherBlue I felt exactly the same way!! I was expecting so much more from this book. 1y
bibliophiliac @HeatherBlue I'm glad I'm not alone! 1y
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