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eeclayton

eeclayton

Joined January 2018

sex, books, rock 'n roll
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The Butcher's Hook | Janet Ellis
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The plot is a bit predictable after a while, but it's a thought-provoking story with a fascinating psychopath, lots of macabre, and very atmospheric descriptions. It was a great read.

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Here's another one for your collection @TrishB 😂

TrishB 😂😂😂 love it! The madness continues. 4d
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This is a smart book with a well thought out plot -- except for the ending. The twists and turns kept taking me by surprise, and it was a very enjoyable read, even though the character voices were rather similar (3rd person limited might have worked better than 1st person POV for each character). ⬇️

This was my #bookspin for April, and finally I'm caught up with my bookspins for the year! @TheAromaofBooks

eeclayton The ending was a bit of a letdown for me, it felt out of character that Lily should make such a stupid mistake. However, I liked the father's letter on the last page with the ominous PS section. 6d
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! This one is on reserve for me at the library. I have such mixed feelings about Swanson's books! I literally can't put them down when I'm reading them, but then I get done and think about all the things that were 100% based on coincidences and other randomness 😂 6d
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks this was my first Swanson but I felt about it the same way 😂 3d
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I find it difficult to rate/review this book. I didn't like any of the characters. I pitied Helen, she was so naive, also very brave, but I couldn't identify with her value system at all, which made it difficult to empathize with her. Gilbert was a jerk, and I wish Helen had kept her distance from him. Huntingdon was of course despicable, but I was fascinated by how well Brontë had captured his nature on the page. ⬇️

eeclayton It was a compelling read, but I'm not sure it would've been as enjoyable as it turned out to be if it wasn't for the #pemberlittens and @BarkingMadRun 's daily posts and hilarious hashtags 😂 6d
BarkingMadRun lol I feel this! I‘m glad my hashtags got you through 🤣🤣 6d
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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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I have mixed feelings about this one. It's a good story which takes place in a fascinating era. The character interactions and motivations are believable. And I love TJR's no-nonsense writing style. Still something didn't click. ⬇️

eeclayton It may be the format. I've seen my fair share of rock documentaries, and what makes them gripping to me is when they tell the story behind the music. But here, with an imaginary band, with imaginary songs, it felt like all the rock and roll clichés poured into one generic '70s group. 1w
eeclayton While reading, I could picture all the different characters talking to the camera on VH1, but the references to their songs and albums and tours were meaningless, rendering the experience quite weightless for me. It wasn't a bad read, but I enjoyed Evelyn Hugo and One True Loves much-much more. 1w
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Jane Austen at Home | Lucy Worsley
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This was the first JA bio I read, and I learned a lot from it. In addition to all the valuable information, I appreciated the author's empathy and care towards her subject. It was a delightful read.
Thanks for hosting @jenniferw88
#pemberlittens

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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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#wondrouswednesday @Eggs
(1) L.A. in the '70s (tagged)
(2) The Empty Throne by Bernard Cornwell
(3) a book about Marie Curie by Susanna Leonard (couldn't find an English title, the original is "Marie Curie und die Kraft zu träumen", I want to read the Hungarian translation, which is going to be available soon)

Thanks for the tag @RaeLovesToRead ?
Would you like to play @Bklover ?

RaeLovesToRead Awesome. I'll be reading Daisy Jones soon! 😊 2w
eeclayton @RaeLovesToRead I'll be sure to post a spoiler free review when I'm finished ☺️ 2w
Bklover Definitely! Thanks for the tag❤️❤️! 2w
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Eggs Loved Daisy💙💙💙 2w
eeclayton @Bklover You're welcome ❤️ 2w
eeclayton @Eggs I have mixed feelings but I haven't finished it yet. 2w
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#two4tuesday
(1) "writer" seems a more general term for me. I would use "author" to refer to the author of a specific work.
(2) I consider myself a writer, but I'm not interested in getting published.

Thanks for the tag @TheSpineView ?

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#two4tuesday @TheSpineView
(1) Yes. I read The Love of a Good Woman, it had 8 stories, all about women, with a woman on the cover.
(2) No, somebody recommended it to me. But sometimes the cover does influence me.

Thanks for the tag @Bklover ☺️

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 3w
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Mehso-so

It's not the book, it's me. It's that none of the stories really carried me away. The character studies were good, the tensions were real, and some scenes were really powerful. And still I put the book down and felt like nothing had happened to me.

This was my #bookspin for May @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3w
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My #bookspinbingo card for June.

My #bookspin is A Strangeness in my Mind, my #doublespin is Sánta kutya.

I'm looking forward to having some more reading time this month and hopefully scoring a bingo, too -- I haven't had one this year yet 😂
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4w
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Lady Susan | Jane Austen
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#MayWrapup I finished three books, and three more are in progress (two #pemberlittens buddy reads and my #bookspin The Love of a Good Woman).
Since I seem to have touched none of my listed books, I'm going to reuse my May list for June 😁 #bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4w
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The Empty Throne | Bernard Cornwell
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What a ride! I've liked each book so far in the series, but this one stands out.

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This book, although it's not bad, was a bit of a letdown for me. In many sections, the author presents you with information that you already know intuitively or find unsurprising, then tells you about some research that confirms the idea or explains the scientific background to the phenomenon, such as biochemistry or active brain regions. It is interesting, but it may not rock your world.

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Lady Susan | Jane Austen
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I found this short book delightful. Although the ending is rather abrupt and a bit of a letdown, the brilliant character studies more than make up for it. I love how each letter writer has their own distinctive voice, pretty much like the very recognizable utterances in the dialogues in Austen's later work. ⬇️

eeclayton It would have been interesting to see this one turned into a fully fledged novel like some other stories of hers, but it is a gem as it is, all the same. #pemberlittens Thanks for hosting @sprainedbrain ❤️ 2mo
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#bookhaul ☺️

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Nice photo 💚📚 2mo
eeclayton @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you ❤️ 2mo
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My #bookspinbingo card for May.
My #bookspin is The Love of a Good Woman by Alice Munro.
My #doublespin is The Wrong Box by R. L. Stevenson.
I'll also try to fit in my April bookspin, The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson.
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Looks great!! 2mo
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I almost DNFed this at several points but somehow I held on. It's actually a great book in spite of the fact that nothing much happens. The story follows some ordinary people leading their ordinary lives, and I appreciate it when an author shows that you don't have to be an adventurer to be truly interesting. The character studies are fascinating.
That said, I'm not sure I'll continue with the series.

eeclayton This was my #bookspin for March @TheAromaofBooks 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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I managed to read my March #bookspin this week. Yay 😁 I expect to have more time on my hands in May, so hopefully I'll be able to cross out more than one items from this list.
@TheAromaofBooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks #18 🖤🙌🏻📚 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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North and South | Elizabeth Gaskell
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I didn't hate it, but didn't like it either. Most of the characters are ego-centered or weak, and/or die. I found the romance unconvincing. The ending was rather abrupt, too. The themes explored are important and interesting, but that's all I can list on the positive side.
Reading with the #Pemberlittens added a lot to the enjoyment factor for me. Thanks for hosting @MicrobeMom and a shoutout to @nanuska_153 for your hilarious posts 😂

MicrobeMom Thanks for your review!! 2mo
nanuska_153 Thanks so much! It's a pity I couldn't keep it up! 2mo
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Some characters were different from how I would imagine them, and the P&P references/quotes were amusing in the beginning but became cringy after a while. The whole book is a bit too long, with especially the final drama going on and on forever.
That said, it was an enjoyable read with lots of empathy towards the other Bennet sister, and Mary Bennet absolutely deserves this novel.
Thanks for hosting the buddy read @StayCurious 😊
#pemberlittens

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Sanditon | Jane Austen
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This was so much fun. I enjoyed reading Jane's chapters, and even though I wish she could have finished the book herself, I felt the part written by Another Lady was true to her spirit.
#pemberlittens @sprainedbrain

eeclayton The ending with the abduction was a bit far-fetched and ridiculous, but all in all I found it nice and entertaining. 3mo
charl08 Gorgeous cover 😍 3mo
sprainedbrain That kidnapping! I was laughing, but it was a lot like a Catherine Morland dream and not so much like a Jane Austen event. 😂 3mo
eeclayton @charl08 I like it a lot, too 😊 3mo
eeclayton @sprainedbrain Agreed! 😂 3mo
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If this looks familiar, it's because it's exactly the same list that I posted for March, with only the background image replaced. This was a busy month for me, and while I did have some time for reading, I used it to progress with the #pemberlittens buddy reads. I'd checked out my #bookspin from the library but didn't even open it. It wasn't a bad reading month because I enjoyed what I read a lot, but bookspinwise it was a complete failure 😂

TheAromaofBooks Sometimes that happens!!! Just gotta roll with what life hands you!! 😂 3mo
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView
(1) Tulips, but I really love every flower 😊
(2) The tagged book takes place during spring break. I enjoyed it, but not as much as the TV show.

Thanks for the tag @The_Penniless_Author 😊

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 3mo
melissajayne Love Veronica Mars too. 3mo
eeclayton @melissajayne Ah, a fellow marshmallow 😊 3mo
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You | Caroline Kepnes
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(1) You
(2) No. They can be powerful but honestly, I don't care much about the number of words in the title.
#two4tuesday @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 3mo
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Pharaoh | Boleslaw Prus, Christopher Kasparek
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#wondrouswednesday @Eggs
🍇 The Pharaoh, which I got when my aunt was going through my late uncle's library and gave away several of his books.
🍑 No reason, I'm interested in it, I just haven't got round to reading it yet. It's also been on my #bookspin lists forever 😂
🌶️ The Other Bennet Sister, North and South, Sanditon -- all #pemberlittens buddy reads.
I'm having trouble locating some of the emojis so I've made some substitutions 😇

Eggs Love this 🍇🍇 3mo
eeclayton @Eggs Thanks for the great questions 😊 3mo
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My #bookspinbingo board for March. My expectations are super low for this month as I'm doing three buddy reads, but the column with the 3 free spaces may help me get a bingo after all ☺️
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4mo
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Here's my #bookspin list for March. I'm still focusing on books that have been on my TBR for a long time (years I shelved them on Goodreads indicated). I don't have high expectations as I'm juggling 3 buddy reads with the lovely #pemberlittens but hopefully I'll be able to read at least my #bookspin
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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 4mo
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#februarywrapup #bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks
I got no bingo, but it was still a great reading month. I managed to read 4 books, including my #bookspin, and even though I bailed on my #doublespin, I still managed to cross out four really old items from my TBR 😊
I used Mockingjay for a free space, so I also finished the Hunger Games trilogy.
This month's absolute favourite was And Then There Were None, I loved it! 🤘

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Great month!!! 4mo
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks Thanks ☺️ 4mo
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A mlygarzs | Hy Jnos
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I can't go on. I think I understand how this might have been intended as social criticism, but there's so much negative energy that I just can't read any more of it now. Or possibly ever.

This was my #doublespin for February @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Sometimes you have to be in the right headspace for a certain book, and certain books I know I'll just never be in that headspace lol 4mo
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Bel Canto | Ann Patchett
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This is a beautiful book. Even if it's a bit too sentimental, even if it's a bit unrealistic, the building of relationships among the characters is fascinating. The ending comes somewhat abruptly, but I find it absolutely believable. What I have trouble with is the epilogue.

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#thinkpositivebepositive
Thank for tagging me @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💕

Would you like to join in and share a positive quote? @Anna40 @Houdini_In_Chains @ozma.of.oz @brittanybooks

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💚💚💚 4mo
ozma.of.oz Thanks for the tag! ❤️ 4mo
eeclayton @ozma.of.oz You're welcome ☺️ 4mo
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And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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What a mystery! I had to stay up late last night to finish it 😄

This was my #bookspin for February 🤘 @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Right?? Even when I reread this one, knowing how it ends, I still can't stop myself from racing through it!!! 4mo
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Mockingjay | Suzzane Collins
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#unpopularopinion Disappointed. I understand the PTSD stuff, but Katniss is so uninspiring in this one -- where's the kickass heroine we all fell in love with in the first book? Also, why does almost every major event take place somewhere else, so Katniss can't even witness it, let alone take part?
And I'm not really happy with the ending. It might be realistic but I was expecting something more uplifting.

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The Empty Throne | Bernard Cornwell
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Part library, part webshop delivery #bookhaul 🤘🥳

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Norse Mythology | Neil Gaiman
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@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
This is a very late #sundaysoapbox post, but here are two covers I adore. Unfortunately the photos don't do them justice but they are so pretty, I sometimes take them off the shelf just to look at them 😍
Thanks for tagging me Sherri @Eggs 💕

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful 💙📚 4mo
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Persuasion | Jane Austen
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#wondrouswednesday

(1) A collection of Christmas stories by Agatha Christie. I actually get few books, my family members tend to buy me vouchers instead 😁
(2) I gave my mom a book of her favourite songwriter's lyrics.
(3) I love the second chance love story in Persuasion ☺️

Thanks for the tag @Eggs ❤️
Would you like to play @wanderinglynn @Chrissyreadit @bthegood @MadelineMcCrae ?

wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! 💜 5mo
Eggs Great titles and thanks for playing 📕👍🏼🥳 5mo
eeclayton @wanderinglynn You're welcome ☺️ 5mo
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The Gambler | Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky
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I've read quite a few of Dostoevsky's books, but this one was probably the most enjoyable. I'm not saying it's the best, I like his longer works more, but The Gambler is different. It's short and seems light, but of course between the lines you'll find lots of food for thought. It's compulsively readable. It's intense but not overwhelming. The character studies and the exploration of addiction are excellent. I loved the grandmother the best 😁

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#thinkpositivebepositive @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Thanks for the tag @Eggs ❤️

Would you like to join in and share a positive quote? @AmandaBlaze @RaeLovesToRead @MeganAnn @AnneCecilie

RaeLovesToRead Thanks for the tag! 💕 5mo
AmandaBlaze “Promise me you'll always remember: You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.“ A. A. Milne @eeclayton 5mo
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Eggs @AmandaBlaze 💖💖💖 5mo
eeclayton @AmandaBlaze Lovely ❤️ 5mo
eeclayton @RaeLovesToRead You're welcome ☺️ 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love it ❤️ 5mo
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I'm not posting a January wrap-up because I only read two books. Hopefully I'll have more time and/or better books to read in February 🤞
My #bookspin is And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie, my #doublespin is The Underground Car Park by János Háy. Promising!
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Looks great!!! And Then There Were None is a fantastic read!! 5mo
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks Thanks 😊 AC never disappoints! 😁 5mo
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Jane Austen: A Life | Claire Tomalin
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#wondrouswednesday Thanks for the tag @Eggs ❤️

(1) Tagged.
(2) Not yet, and for some reason I rarely read books published in the current year.
(3) I'm in between books at the moment, but I plan to start The Gambler by Dostoevsky later today.

Would you like to play @La_Cori @IndoorDame @Booksarelifeaddict @GarethSouthwell ? 😊

Eggs You‘re welcome-thanks for playing 👍🏼📚👌🏼 5mo
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One True Loves | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Emma lost the husband she was madly in love with, but over time, she found the strength in her to move on, fall in love and be happy again. Now she finds out her husband, who was presumed dead, is actually alive and returning to her. So who does she choose: the husband or the fiance?
The premise is intriguing, and TJR does a wonderful job at exploring Emma's confusion and conflicted feelings. I appreciate her simple but powerful writing style. ⬇️

eeclayton The story isn't simply about which man to choose but also about how time changes you, and how you need to realize this and change your expectations as well. The characters are well-rounded and far from perfect.
The ending is a bit too nice for me, a bit too smooth, but I will say that Emma's decision makes sense, and I like the underlying message.
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The Historian | Elizabeth Kostova
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#unpopularopinion This was such a big disappointment for me. For about 500 pages, I was enjoying it immensely, I loved the rich details, and the mystery kept me guessing. Between pages 500-600 I began to lose my patience, I felt like the author was artificially holding back information, tossing me bits and pieces, then making me read lots of unimportant stuff. During the final 100 pages, when the big reveal came, I couldn't believe my eyes 🤦‍♀️

eeclayton Seriously? Dracula was doing what he was doing because he needed a librarian? Also, the final showdown was so meh. It's a shame that there wasn't a better motive at the heart of the book because it started out so promising. 5mo
eeclayton This was my #BookSpin for January @TheAromaofBooks 5mo
TheAromaofBooks I get so frustrated when authors hold back information in a way that makes the story drag out instead of in a way that feels natural. Another pet peeve is when main characters are given info that I don't get - “he read the letter, and suddenly everything was clear“ - but I don't get to read the letter for another 50 pages! 5mo
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks At least the author wasn't guilty of the second one: each letter is immediately presented to the reader and each letter is extremely detailed 😂 But I agree it's so annoying when it happens. It makes one feel cheated. 5mo
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For the following few months (or maybe even the rest of the year) I'm going to focus my #BookSpin lists on the books that I've been putting off. Thanks to Goodreads, I can check when I shelved each book, and I indicated the years on my list, so you can see some of these titles have been on my TBR for quite a while. Hopefully I'll be able to clear at least some of them in 2022 💪
@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Yes!! I am using one challenge this year to read the 20 oldest unread Kindle books I own, because that's just plain embarrassing 😂 In 2015 I started noting when I was adding books to my regular TBR... spoiler alert, there are still a bunch of 2015 titles on there!! 5mo
sprainedbrain Love your pretty graphic 😍 5mo
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks I feel you! 😂 5mo
eeclayton @sprainedbrain Thank you ☺️ I made it with Canva. 5mo
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#Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView

(1) Tagged, it was 610 pages.
(2) Sometimes they intimidate me, but it really depends on my mood. I read lots of long books actually.

Would you like to play @Chelsea.Poole @Reagan @DannyDan @MadelineMcCrae ?

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 🤩📖📚 5mo
eeclayton @TheSpineView Thank you Lisa, same to you 😊 5mo
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The Historian | Elizabeth Kostova
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#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain
(1) I'm reading The Historian. It's long and slow, but I'm enjoying it a lot 😊
(2) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, by Philip K. Dick
(3) Bluescreen, by Dan Wells

Thanks for the tag @DannyDan ☺️
Would you like to play @Ast_Arslan @JessBookNerd ?

Reagan The Historian is so good! One of my faves. 5mo
DannyDan The second book seems intriguing!😃 5mo
eeclayton @Reagan It's so complex and well written! I'm enjoying it immensely 😊 5mo
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eeclayton @DannyDan I found it absolutely mindblowing. It has many layers and there's lots to think about long after you've put down the book. It's what Blade Runner is based on, btw, but I haven't seen the film (yet). 5mo
DannyDan @eeclayton Oh wow!!😃Will definitely check it out! 5mo
Ast_Arslan Thanks for the tag ❤ The tagged book is in my TBR from ages! 😅 5mo
eeclayton @Ast_Arslan You're welcome ☺️ I definitely recommend it! 5mo
Reagan Thanks for the tag! Missed it 😞 but I‘m always so excited when someone is reading The Historian! 5mo
eeclayton @Reagan it's okay, I can certainly understand the excitement 😀 5mo
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Happy Litsyversary! | Special Events
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It's been a busy week so I missed the exact date, but it's my Litsyversary 🥳
A warm thank you to all my Litten friends for making Litsy the friendliest place on the internet! 🤗

RaeLovesToRead Happy Litsyversary!! 🎉🎉 5mo
JessClark78 Happy Litsyversary! 🎊📚🎉 5mo
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bthegood happy litsyversary! 5mo
eeclayton @bthegood Thank you so much 🤗 5mo
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Catching Fire | Suzanne Collins
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This was a very compelling read, just like the first book, but it was also somewhat disappointing. Lots of deux ex machina and repeated elements from the previous installment. I'm curious to see where the third book takes me.
Also, Team Peeta all the way!

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Not sure I'll achieve a single bingo this month, but the card is so much fun to put together 😄 I'm looking forward to my #BookSpin and #DoubleSpin 😊
#bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! Good luck!!! 6mo
eeclayton @TheAromaofBooks Thank you 😊 6mo
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The Found Battleship | Jeno Rejto, P. Howard
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Yay, on the last day of the year, I achieved my Goodreads goal of 50 books 🥳

TheNeverendingTBR Well done Gabi! 💙 I hope you smash your 2022 goals too! 😁 6mo
eeclayton @TheNeverendingTBR Thank you, and same to you! ☺️ 6mo
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