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rethier1

Joined June 2019

📍Washington, D.C. These are a few of my favorite things 📚🍵🐕🗺🍣
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The Heart Principle | Helen Hoang
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Welp, I didn‘t intend to read this cover to cover in one sitting, but that‘s what happened! It‘s safe to say that Helen Hoang is one of my favorite authors and every book she writes is somehow better than the last. She faced many challenges/setbacks while writing this book, and elements of the story reflect her own life experiences. #ownvoices This was a perfect romance novel and one of the best I‘ve ever read (and I‘ve read a lot😉).

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The Heart Principle | Helen Hoang
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I‘ve been waiting a long time to get between these particular sheets 😏 #botm

Ahw06 😂 love that bookmark! 11mo
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The Wedding Party | Jasmine Guillory
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This one wasn‘t for me. The relationship wasn‘t believable and the characters ate an awkwardly excessive amount of pizza.

CindyE09 I eat a lot of pizza and now you have me wondering if I eat an “awkwardly excessive amount of pizza” 😂😂 11mo
BookishMarginalia @CindyE09 I might too! 11mo
NikkiM5 😂 that‘s funny 11mo
rethier1 @CindyE09 🤣🤣🤣🤣 I am a pizza lover myself, but these people ate it for ALMOST every meal mentioned. I was starting to worry…. 11mo
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While this was an easy and fast-paced read, it was just ok for me. The story itself was interesting and had some plot twists at the end. The writing could have been better, though. The lack of steamy scenes was a bit disappointing too, given the sexual tension throughout the 800+ page book. Overall, I think this one is a bit overhyped. #unpopularopinion

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️This was a lovely book. Such a unique story and I felt positively transported to another place and time by the smooth writing. It felt a bit slow in a couple parts, but overall, I greatly enjoyed it and it was a good read. #adventure #coverlove

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Luster: A Novel | Raven Leilani
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I‘m not really sure how I feel about this one. The entire book was raw, lonely, uncomfortable, and depressing. Most of the time, I was confused about all the characters‘ actions. However, there were also moments of clarity, wittiness, and brilliance. The main character had the most interesting (and often disturbing) thoughts. The book incorporated themes such as racism, sexism, the power of loneliness, and the constant yearning to belong.

jewright I have this sitting on my shelf. 13mo
literaryloquacity I had a similar reaction - I couldn't relate to the characters or their choices at all and felt confused by most of the story. 12mo
rethier1 @literaryloquacity Exactly!! It was an odd one. 11mo
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The Crown of Gilded Bones | Jennifer L. Armentrout
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I really love this series!! Can‘t wait for book 4. Lovable characters, tons of romance, action and adventure-packed, a world full of fantasy creatures, less predictable plot than you‘d expect. This particular book felt like it could have been shorter, but I still greatly enjoyed it, nonetheless.

tracey38 I still need to get my hands on this one. 14mo
mavey Third book thunder, wasn't it?! JLA is the best!😍 14mo
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book was very cute and enjoyable. Quirky but lovable main characters, smart writing, and a few laugh out loud moments. I will continue to pick up Emily Henry‘s books #romcom #romance #vacation #botm

Jenni3014 Just finished this today too! 1y
Annie1215 This is next on my list once I finish my #lmpbc book! I can‘t wait 1y
tracey38 This is one I definitely want to get and read! 14mo
Ahw06 This is on my TBR! Glad to hear it was good! 11mo
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Cemetery Boys | Aiden Thomas
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This was a great book! A refreshingly unique story told from an underrepresented perspective. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will continue to read Aiden Thomas‘s books.

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book gave me so much joy. It‘s a story about the everyday challenges and triumphs of living with a debilitating chronic illness, it‘s a body positive romance, it‘s about an inter-racial relationship, it‘s about a relationship between an artist and a methodical computer nerd. This is a story about realistic, imperfect people who fall in love. It was well-executed and quite delightful. I can‘t wait to read the rest of the series! 💙💚

Cupcake12 This is on my tbr for this year x 1y
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The Duke And I | Julia Quinn
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Like probably everyone else, I picked this up after binging Bridgerton on Netflix. I enjoyed most of this book. I was chuggin along, it was unfolding nicely, and then bam!! 💥 A rather uhh...unsettling scene. It left me with some mixed feelings overall. 😳

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I find myself conflicted over this book. There has been SO MUCH hype over it, so maybe I think I was expecting...more? On the one hand, the general plot and nature writing were intriguing and vivid. On the other, I felt detached from the characters. The dialogue felt contrived on occasion and the characters lacked development. Overall, I did enjoy the story; however, due to my expectations, I found it underwhelming. #unpopularopinion

AmyG Agree. I thought it would be just...better. Not a bad book. Just, for me, it didn‘t live up to the hype. 1y
BookDragon25 It took me awhile to get into this book but once i did i liked it 1y
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The Henna Artist | Alka Joshi
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It is not often that I read a book cover-to-cover in one sitting, then think to myself, “Wow, I want to read that again.” This bookwas spectacular. It‘s the story of a young Indian woman learning how to balance familial duties with professional duties. It‘s a story of 1950‘s India, newly influenced by the Western world. From the very beginning, I was hooked on the smooth writing and vivid descriptions of characters, places, and senses. #coverlove

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A Rogue of One's Own | Evie Dunmore
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⭐️⭐️⭐️ for this one. It was just okay. I appreciated the strong female main character and her passion and drive to fight for women‘s rights. I really liked that the ending respected that sentiment, as well. Overall though, there was just something missing for me. Some parts felt a bit slow and I could have used more romantic scenes. I‘ll likely still continue with this series, though!

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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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I want all the food described in this book to be in my mouth, oh my goodness 🤤. But beyond that, this story is flawless. The writing is spectacular and I just floated through the whole story. The main character is so easy to love. This was my first Elizabeth Acevedo book, but it won‘t be my last! #YA #coverlove

Victoria_Clyne I read this a couple of months ago and felt the same. I'm going to try Poet X this year. 1y
rethier1 @Victoria_Clyne Me too!! Can‘t wait to read her others! 1y
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Oh my gawwwd. Where in the world did this book come from?! It was everything I could ever possibly want a book to be. The world-building was detailed and well-paced, the characters were vivid, the romance was sizzling, the adventure was gripping, the violence was gruesome, the twists and turns toward the end were wild. 600+ absolutely pages flew by. I‘m immediately getting into the next book in the series. 🤓😱😍

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I‘m glad I finally picked this one up, after having on my #TBR for 2+ years. It‘s been a while since I read a thriller and this one does not disappoint. It‘s a page-turner with a couple surprising twists at the end (one in particular really surprised me). I‘m looking forward to reading other Riley Sager books. #BOTM #thriller #mystery

BookDragonNotWorm I really liked this one! 2y
dottie.floating.on.words I looooveeeee Riley Sager! So glad you enjoyed this read! 2y
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In a Holidaze | Christina Lauren
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⭐️⭐️⭐️ I kept seeing this book everywhere. Didn‘t really have much interest in it, but ended up picking as my Dec #BOTM because none of the other choices stood out to me. I was pleasantly surprised! It had some witty dialog and was less cheesy than I expected (although, there was still some 🧀). Overall, it was an enjoyable, lighthearted holiday read. It could be the next Vanessa Hudgens made-for-tv holiday romcom 🤣🤣 #HappyHolidaze

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ After all the hype, I was not disappointed. For the most part, this was a satisfying story for my tastes. It had elements of romance, fantasy, and adventure, and was a bit on the dark side. It was also beautifully written and highly quotable. The beginning and end were page-turners, but the middle did drag a bit at times. Overall though, I enjoyed it and am glad I chose it as my #BOTM.

mrsthilkey I totally agree. There were some parts that dragged, and it won't make my best of the year list, but I really enjoyed it. 2y
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The Horse Whisperer | Nicholas Evans
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Saw this one at Goodwill and decided to give it a re-read. It‘s both heartwarming and utterly heartbreaking. To me, the ending still seems a bit contrived. But nevertheless, this story pulls at the ole heartstrings throughout. The author also did a lot of research. I grew up on a horse farm and I‘ve noticed that many horse stories are so unrealistic. That‘s not the case with this story. The details are accurate enough to be plausible.

Nute Nice review! I‘ve never read this book, but your statement about the accuracy of the details in this story about horses has me intrigued. Stacking! 1y
rethier1 @Nute Thanks!! I hope you enjoy 😀 1y
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The Wicked King | Holly Black
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Oh yes, this was highly enjoyable. I read it so fast that the ending snuck up on me 🤣 Looking forward to the next one in the series.

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🐰🦩❤️Thanks to Amazon Prime, got a free audiobook of this one. Was nice bedtime listening 😌 I‘ve read this before, but am always blown away by how incredibly bizarre this story is. How it became a children‘s story, I do not know 🤣 #classics #madhatter #offwithherhead #imlate

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The Lost Sisters | Holly Black
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A necessary novella to supplement book one of The Folk of the Air series. It was short and focused on the love triangle between the twins and Locke, from Taryn‘s POV. I wish this content could have been worked into the first book, though. #novella #faerie #romance

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The Cruel Prince | Holly Black
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A great start to this YA series! Looking forward to reading the next one. Adventure, action, romance, underdog heroine, mythical creatures - what more do ya need? 🤓 #ya #fae #faeries #fantasy #romance

Lucy_Anywhere I really liked this trilogy! 2y
dgingo Enjoy it! 2y
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The Vixen and the Vet | Katy Regnery
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I was pleasantly surprised by this book. Was it predictable and cheesy? Yes, it was. But it also highlighted the importance of veterans‘ health - mental and physical, as well as the role a community can play in supporting our veterans. As an added bonus, it was also pretty steamy 😏 #veterans #veteranshealth #romance #smalltownusa

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What You Wish For | Katherine Center
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Katherine Center really knows how to tell a story about relationships, personal growth, troubled pasts, and love. I enjoyed this one and knocked it out in one day. It was much less steamy than some of her more recent books, which I was a bit disappointed about. I also was annoyed a bit by the main character‘s pining. But overall, I appreciated this story and it was well-written. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5/5 #botm #botmbacklog #beachread

robinb This was not my favorite from her. I also had some issues with the characters...didn‘t connect well with them. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2y
rethier1 @robinb Agreed - it was not her best 2y
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Gods of Jade and Shadow | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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It took me a while to get through this one - it struggled to keep my attention at points. But overall, it was a decent story with historical, fantasy, and romance components. It was set during an interesting time in history. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #botm #botmbacklog

AllisonM89 I read Mexican Gothic by the same author and it was just fine. I don't feel the need to read her other books.... 2y
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Could someone please describe to me how #bookspinbingo works?? I want to play but don‘t know how! Thanks in advance!

TrishB Tagged the coordinator @TheAromaofBooks 2y
TheAromaofBooks Thanks for the tag @TrishB !! @rethier1 - My original challenge is regular #BookSpin. To participate, you make a list of 20 books you've been meaning to read. On the 2nd of every month I draw 2 random numbers & everyone tries to read those numbers from their lists. #BookSpinBingo piggybacks off of that - I draw out ALL the numbers (plus 5 Free spaces) & arrange them randomly in a bingo board. Everyone reads the books from their lists that ⬇ 2y
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) match those numbers & try to score a bingo. So everyone's bingo cards look different because everyone has different books on their lists, but the numbers are the same, if that makes sense. I describe the challenge in more detail here - https://www.litsy.com/web/post/1989556 I just drew August's numbers this morning, but you can still join if you want - just make your list of 20 books, then check out my page to see the numbers & ⬇ 2y
TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) bingo board!! Feel free to let me know if you have any questions!!! 2y
rethier1 @TheAromaofBooks Thank you so much!! Super helpful (edited) 2y
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What You Wish For | Katherine Center
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They‘re here! Definitely judging these books by their covers 🥰 #coverlove #botm

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Well, this was a page-turner! A quick, easy read that held my attention bc of the smart writing & exciting plot. However, as an independent young professional woman, I struggled with this book a bit. Women were portrayed as unintelligent, hysterical housewives who were not good for anything other than raising the kids. Perhaps this is an accurate depiction of how southern women were treated in the south in the 90s 😡 Made some parts hard to read.

LittleMummyMe I love this book...the portrayal of the winen was deliberate, to show how wrong it is to think of women like that or treat them like that. 💜 I love Patricia. 2y
LittleMummyMe *women 2y
Reggie Lol, yeah, the husbands, effin horrible. 2y
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Lovely breezy evening - perfect for some balcony reading time 🌿🌼

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The Hate U Give | Angela Thomas
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This has been on my TBR for quite a while; admittedly, recent events bumped this up the list. The last couple of months, I‘ve been amazed at my own lack of awareness and perspective on the topics of #systemicracism & #policebrutality. Stories like this one serve a very important purpose to #educate people and highlight the corruption. While this story did not have the ultimate desired outcome, I have faith that a real change will come. It has to.

PurpleTulipGirl As sad as the resolution was, it felt more realistic than what I would have preferred. Which makes me sad. 2y
rethier1 @PurpleTulipGirl Absolutely 😔 Not many happy endings on this topic to-date. But as Starr said, “Yet I think it‘ll change one day. How? I don‘t know. When? I definitely don‘t know. Why? Because there will always be someone ready to fight.” #don‘tgiveup #speakup #demandchange #standtogether 🤎🤍🖤 2y
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😍😍😍 I adored this final book in The Lunar Chronicles series. It was LONG, but it did a great job of wrapping up the story. This entire series was awesome. Marissa Meyer was [seemingly] effortlessly able to weave four fairytales into one new fascinating universe. I hope this is eventually made into a tv show - it has the potential to be an excellent one.

CBee Reading this now and 😍😍😍😍 2y
rethier1 @CBee Right!? So excellent 🥰 2y
CBee @rethier1 yes! And I agree about a TV show, miniseries, movie - I would love that! 2y
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OnlyYoo Who was your favorite couple? I liked Thorne and crest the best! 2y
rethier1 @OnlyYoo Thorne and Cress were my fave, too! So adorable. 2y
CrowCAH I agree; a TV show would be great! 2y
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Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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Yay!! July BOTM picks are out! Excited for this box 🤗

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An excellent third book to this series!! I agree with others that these books just keep getting better as the story and characters develop! Cress and Thorne were adorable 😍 Can‘t wait to learn more about Winter in the next one. #YA #Rapunzel #fairytales #scifi

Emily92Bibliophile Loved this series! This series is one of the few YA stories that have stuck with me since High School 💙💙 2y
Twainy I really like this series! 2y
OnlyYoo I think Cress and Thorne are my favorite couple! 2y
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GardenJess This is one of my all time favorite series! 2y
GardenJess This is one of my all time favorite series! 2y
rethier1 @GardenJess It is fantastic! So well done. 🤗 2y
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“Her satellite made one full orbit around planet Earth every sixteen hours.” #firstlinefridays Here we go! Excited to get into this one 🌎💫

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I was not disappointed with this second book of The Lunar Chronicles! It was as entertaining as the first. The author did a splendid job of weaving two fairytales together in the same post-modern world. I can‘t wait to see how she connects Rapunzel in the next book! I look forward to seeing how Scarlet and Wolf‘s story unfolds, too 🔥🔥 #YA #fairytales #scifi #bigbadwolf #littleredridinghood

CaitlinSiem These books really do continue to get better and better. I finished Cress not too long ago and I really enjoyed that one. 2y
rethier1 @CaitlinSiem Good to know! I‘m starting Cress now, so I‘m pumped! 2y
CBee I just finished Scarlet and have the next two on hold through Libby! Can‘t wait! 2y
pareads Cress is my favorite book of the series! But the story really does get better and better. Enjoy! 2y
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I really enjoyed this #YA book! It is a unique, yet familiar story that is a fresh spin on a classic - kinda like potato salad made with olive oil instead of mayo 🤣. It had all the critical components of a good YA - ✔️post-apocalyptic futuristic society, ✔️advancements in science and technology (often disguised as magic), ✔️a budding romance, ✔️an underdog main character, and ✔️a world-saving mission. I‘m excited to read the rest of the series.

hannah-leeloo I love this series. Got my fiancé @Jackal121 to read it also and he loved it also. Happy reading hun 2y
Jackal121 It is a great series 2y
Powered_By_Plants Ooh sounds intriguing! 😍 2y
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Wow, this is a truly exceptional book. An essential piece of non-fiction that was impeccably researched, written without bias, and written with sensitivity. There are many stories within this book, all connected to each other. All shedding a bright light on the shortcomings and progress (or lack-thereof, in some cases) in clinical research, health equity, disparities in health care, bioethics, and evolving practices of care. Thank you, HeLa 🧡

Ericalambbrown When I was in grad school in 2006, I had a cellular biology professor that was adamant that we knew where HeLa cells came from and that we understood all that Ms Lacks had contributed to the field, even without her consent. I was so glad when this book came out. We owe her so very much! 2y
rethier1 @Ericalambbrown We do, indeed! Your story sounds very similar to how the author‘s interest in Henrietta Lacks began. Props to all the teachers/professors out there for instilling knowledge and inspiring passion 👏🏼👏🏼 2y
BookwormM I maintain everyone should read these 2y
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️This book was exactly what I was expecting/looking for from a book titled, Beach Read. It was funny, romantic, and a page-turner. The characters were likeable and relatable. I enjoyed this one and I‘m glad I chose as my #BOTM. I wished it were a tad steamier, though (personal preference 😆). #beachread #romance #stayhome

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Trying to stay busy and keep my spirits up while #socialdistancing. As an introvert and homebody, even I am finding myself going a bit stir-crazy these days. But I am thankful and lucky that I still have a job. I appreciate all the frontline workers who are putting themselves on the line to keep things going and keep us safe. Stay positive, y‘all! 🤎 #covid19 #wine #coloring #eureka #flattenthecurve #stayhome

Texreader Looks like a gorgeous start to your project! 2y
LionHeartLeo I feel the exact same way! Grateful to have a job, but I took love staying home normally & am finding myself getting a little cabin fever! 2y
rethier1 @Texreader Thank you! We‘ll see how it turns out 😀 2y
Mishu94 I love the blue, Do share the picture when you‘re done with it! 😬 2y
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American Dirt | Jeanine Cummins
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I am aware of the controversy around this book, but I don‘t understand it. What author writes stories solely about their own experiences and their own perspectives? That would mean whole genres wouldn‘t even exist (fantasy, sci-fi, etc.). This was a tough story to read, but it was extremely gripping and powerful. It was well-researched and provided an important perspective on one of the most divisive issues the US faces today. #botm #controversial

la_rose_noire I totally agree with you! 2y
Soubhiville Thanks for your review. I‘m thinking of picking this one up next. 2y
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Thanks for the tag, @NeedsMoreBooks 1. Controversial 😬 2. Just my #BOTM order! #two4tuesday @TheSpineView

NeedsMoreBooks Thank you for playing! 2y
TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 🤩 2y
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The Boyfriend Project | Farrah Rochon
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⭐️⭐️⭐️ I liked the idea behind this story. It was definitely written about millennials, for millennials. I appreciated the strong, smart female lead character. The male lead character seemed all too perfect (just what anyone wants in a romance novel, right?). For me though, this story lacked that steam and emotional connection I crave in a romance novel. #ARC #romance #strongfemalelead

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This #YA #historicalfiction was fantastic. It is beautifully written and #highlyquoteable. The vivid descriptions of characters, places, and events really captured my attention. This story taught me about The Lost Children of Spain - I had not learned about this insane time in history before reading this book.

Addison_Reads I enjoyed this one too and I learned so much. 2y
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1. It‘s large! I took a break from reading for a while, so I now have quite a stack. 2. Probably Catan 3. Having a break from work. I work in healthcare, so it‘s been nonstop talk/planning around COVID-19. 4. Neither!

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Bookish_B Great book! 2y
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rsteve388 Loved this book!! 2y
TheLudicReader Just started this today. 2y
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⭐️⭐️⭐️ I was hoping I‘d like this book a lot more than I did. I enjoyed the basic plot and some of the historical references. However, it was almost 600 pages and not much actually happened. I was also not a fan of the “strong female lead” character, who really just played the damsel-in-distress most of the time with a controlling male lead character. I am not sure I have the interest to continue the series. #witches #vampires #allsoulstrilogy

The_Real_Nani Aww! I really enjoyed the series. I wasn‘t expecting anything deep, just a fun read. :) 2y
Caroline2 I was underwhelmed by this one too. I‘m not continuing with the series either. 🤷‍♀️ 2y
Cheshirecat913 I felt the same way. I was excited to read this and have the next two books but after this one I really don't think I will. 2y
Crewgurl Agreed!!! 2y
rethier1 @Cheshirecat913 @Caroline2 @Crewgurl Glad to hear I‘m not alone! Was feeling like I missed something here.. (edited) 2y
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When We Were Vikings | Andrew David MacDonald
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This #BOTM gem was a fantastic way to kick off 2020! This story pulled every emotion out of me. I rooted so hard for Zelda, a young adult born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, as she navigated typical (and some not-so-typical) trials of early adulthood. I think we could all learn from her perspective of the world. My heart sobbed for her older brother, who took care of her, despite his own life‘s battles and poor choices. Who ultimately saves who?

sharona671 I'm having regrets not adding this to my order for Jan! Gonna have to add in Feb! 2y
rethier1 @sharona671 Definitely! 😆 2y
Bookalong I'm really looking forward to this one! 2y
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