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kd_lawson

kd_lawson

Joined May 2016

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The Curse of Misty Wayfair | Jaime Jo Wright
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I loved this book! It was creepy, compelling and wonderfully paced. I highly recommend it!

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An Unwanted Guest | Shari Lapena
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I picked this up because people keep comparing it to Agatha Christie.
It kept me reading late into the night two evenings in a row.
I really enjoyed it, giving 4 out of 5 stars.

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“Salem is in part a story of what happens when a set of unanswerable questions meets a set of unquestioned answers.”

Mariposa_Bookworm I just bought this two days ago at work! 4w
kd_lawson @Mariposa_Bookworm Awesome! I really enjoyed it. 4w
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I don‘t read a lot of true crime but had heard really amazing things about this one.
It was fascinating and terrifying.
While it was not flawless, I think that was probably because the author passed away before it was finished.
I would still recommend it to anyone interested in true crime — although I think everyone else has already read it. 😁

Cathythoughts I thought it was excellent too 4w
LoverOfLearning I have about 100 pages left. Im excited to read the additional notes on catching the guya 2d
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Rogue Protocol | Martha Wells
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While the third installment was a little different than the first two, I am still really enjoying it.
I definitely recommend this series for SciFi fans.

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Artificial Condition | Martha Wells
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I am loving this series!

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I loved this book!
I listened to the audio (read by the author) and was utterly captivated.
Reichl has such a way with words and makes you feel like a friend.
If you love good writing and food this is a must read!

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Mehso-so

I enjoyed this while at the same time feeling like something was missing.
It never fully capture my attention but was filled with interesting information about the history of books as physical objects.
The narration was solid but somehow I still found my mind wandering to other things.
I plan on reading it again in the future because it could just be my headspace at the moment.

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Magic for Liars | Sarah Gailey
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Finished “Magic for Liars” this morning.
It‘s an interesting mix of old-fashioned noir and magic school fantasy.
I‘m still processing my feeling before I rate it.

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Suspicious Minds | Gwenda Bond
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I‘m getting in the mood for the new season of “Stranger Things.”
Really enjoying this novel so far!

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Ordinary Girls | Blair Thornburgh
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I have never been good at beginnings, which is one of my many shortcomings.

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The Outcasts of Time | Ian Mortimer
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Home is not a place but a time...

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Ashes on the Moor | Sarah M Eden
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This book was wonderful. I loved every minute of it.

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Duels & Deception | Cindy Anstey
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This whole state of affairs was nothing short of a disaster. Frowning, Lydia plopped—very unladylike—onto the firm morning room settee.
Disaster. Her father would not appreciate the word‘s use—too much emotion, smacked of an indecent amount of sensibility.