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Joined February 2016

A girl with a dreamy far off look and her nose stuck in a book | Booktuber 📚🎥 youtube.com/c/jocesquibblesreads
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Northanger Abbey | Jane Austen

Finishing this one up for the Austentatious Book Club live show on Friday @ 4pm PST on readbyzoe's channel with myself, Zoe, @maureenkeavy and Tashapolis! Come join us 💜😊📚

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Klebold is the mother of one of the perpetrators of the awful shooting at Columbine High School. This book is filled with grief, anguish, and self-hatred, but also self-awareness and intelligence. It's a gut-wrenching read and I had to take it slow.
I talked more about this in my October Wrap Up (I haven't uploaded a wrap up in SO LONG and have been editing all day so I'm so happy to have finally done one!) and my channel link is in my bio! 😊⬆️

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I'm 70% through this book and it is incredibly disappointing. We know very little about the two protagonists and what we do know continues to be reiterated, like we're walking in circles instead of adding layers, richness, or depth. The plot is fun but the character development is shallow and I only have 30% left 😐

DragonSadhana I agree! I was not super impressed with this book, though a lot of people seem to really like it! 6y
squibblesreads @DragonSadhana Phewwww, I thought I was the only one! What else did you not find super impressive about it? I'm curious! 😊 6y
DragonSadhana There was something halting in its dialogue and character growth, if I recall correctly. I read it a year ago, so I can't entirely remember why I was unimpressed. I didn't feel attached to either character, and I thought it seemed a whirlwind of activity where I wasn't really involved, if that makes sense. 6y
half_book_and_co I started the book month ago, but then was always distracted by something more interesting to read... 6y
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The Trees | Ali Shaw
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I tried The Trees 🍁🍂 out in my Try a Chapter tag video! 📚🎥 One day, Adrien wakes up to trees 🌳that have mysteriously grown to full size overnight 😱 He's trying to find his wife and meets Hannah, trying to find her brother who is a forester. I love 💜 the beautiful writing that takes its time to capture the little details and the magical realism ✨.
My channel link is in my bio if you wanna see which book I decided to continue with! 😊⬆️

I-read-and-eat The cover is amazing! And the plot sounds great. 6y
half_book_and_co I love the cover but then read/saw many so-so reviews, which made me hesistant... Seeing forward to see what you make of the book. 6y
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The Mothers: A Novel | Brit Bennett
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I really enjoyed this! 👍🏼 The characters were sketched equally beautifully in their triumphs and follies. Examines the repercussions of long-standing trauma and grief and illustrates the many pressures and standards to which society holds women.

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Eileen: A Novel | Ottessa Moshfegh
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It's super rainy 🌧today which really reminds me of the tone of EILEEN. ☔️
It was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 📚🏆 and is like a case study of a lonely woman with a lot of self-hatred. Working at a boys' prison, she is enamored by a new worker, Rebecca and they get into a complicated entanglement.
It's not something I'd offhandedly recommend to just anyone but I thought it was SO interesting and still think about it to this day.

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All American Boys | Jason Reynolds, Brendan Kiely

I don't think I will be the same person after finishing this book as compared to when I started it.

JustTrish I think that might be the highest praise you can give a book. It sounds very compelling. 6y
rachelm This book changed me too 6y
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A Deadly Affection | Cuyler Overholt
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One of my highly anticipated fall releases! 🙆🏻 This is about Dr. Genevieve Summerford, a psychiatrist whose patient is arrested for murder in 1907. She doubts her skill as a clinician and is confronted with a secret about this patient.
It sounds like EVERYTHING I love: women in the mental health field 💜, mystery 🕵🏻‍♀️, and morally grey 🤔 ethical issues. This is another book in my September Book Haul video 📚📽 which is on my channel now! 💕

read_diverse_books Sounds great! Off to watch your book haul video. 😄 6y
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Hi, new friends! ?? First of all, ? thank you SO MUCH @kdwinchester for interviewing me and @Litsy for having me as your Shelf Talker this week! If you want to check out my interview, it's on the @Litsy page ?
Here's a book I featured in my September Book Haul ? video, and I'm so excited - a humorous, heartwarming tale about a Chinese-American family from @hmhbooks and if you're looking for my channel, search "squibblesreads" on Youtube!

MarticaMustRead Just selected this as my #BOTM pick! Can't wait!😀👍 6y
squibblesreads @MarticaMustRead YAY! I picked The Mothers and I am excited to read both. I hope we both love The Wangs vs the World! 😊 6y
read_diverse_books @squibblesreads I picked The Mothers too! But I missed the early shopping option 😞 I need it in my hands ASAP! 6y
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An Ember in the Ashes | Sabaa Tahir
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I don't know where to begin with my frustrations with this book. I've DNFed 4 super hyped books in a row and am just 😔😔😔

Bree.Hill I've never even attempted to read this one. What did you find wrong with it? 6y
squibblesreads @Bree.hill if you've read Red Rising, Legend, or The Hunger Games, you've seen it all. The world building is flimsy and seems more like word-borrowing from a different time period, inserted into a dystopian structure with a love polygon, than a genuine new world. 6y
BookishMarginalia Which other books did you bail on? 6y
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My body is not ready for this 😭💜

Notafraidofwords Oh this book rips you apart and then puts you back together. 6y
hwheaties I absolutely love this book. Taught it to my AP Lit class and so many of them picked it as their favorite of the year. 6y
SusanCoulby One of my all-time favorites! 6y
MrBook I met her and she signed my copy for me. Great, great person! 6y
TheLudicReader Lovef, loved, loved this book. My choice for my book club last year. 6y
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Bailedbailed

Too many pages, not enough reward. Too many more potentially rewarding books on my shelf with more depth to continue, and this was too convenient and lacked depth. DNFed at page 75.

Bree.Hill My gosh, I was about to pick this up next 6y
squibblesreads @Bree.Hill it's ok if you want something "light" but 527 pages worth of it was not something I wanted to invest my time in. 6y
Bree.Hill Over 500 pages is what I expect with Morgan Matson but I haven't been hearing good things about this book. But you're right you could be reading something else in that time 6y
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The Crown's Game | Evelyn Skye

All sorts of tropey goodness: love triangle, instalove, "not like the other girls" from pg.1, "final duel", down on his luck guy vs rich dude. But the writing is non problematic and it reminds me of Grisha (the ONLY series I like besides Mistborn) + The Night Circus so I am LIVING for this ???

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Security: A Novel | Gina Wohlsdorf

"It doesn't seem fair that men preoccupied with being fit are naturally assumed to be vain." THANK YOU GINA WOHLSDORF for working against the 1-dimensional athlete/gym-goer stereotype. ?? My friends who are athletes are passionate and kind and are hurt by this stereotype constantly perpetuated.

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Wrath and the Dawn | Rene Ahdieh

People have grinned once on pages 41, 42, 43, 54, and 56, and twice on page 51. Either no other verbs exist or we are secretly in a toothpaste commercial.

Yossarian I hate when I pick up on a writer's tic, and then can't stop seeing it. My daughter stopped reading YA when three books in a row featured a character "letting out a breath she didn't know she was holding." 6y
CaitlinSiem I have a terrible time using "giggle" in my own writing because a series I read used it so much my brain started to rage every time it saw the word ?. And once you notice, it's all over, you can't ever not see it. 6y
BookBerries LOLZZZZZ forever 6y
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squibblesreads @Yossarian haha omg that line is used SO MUCH and I've seen it in a lot of popular YA series 🙈 6y
squibblesreads @CaitlinSiem hahahaha there was SO MUCH GRINNING 😂 6y
squibblesreads @BookBerries HAHAHA there is so much grinning, pausing, and snickering in this book dear god it's like no other verbs exist 😂 6y
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The Quick: A Novel | Lauren Owen
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A missing poet. A sheltered sister on the hunt for him. A netherworld of terrible monsters. Victorian day London. YAAASSS 🙌🏼 One of the books in my June haul with Brittany from @UnderTheRadarBooks on my channel! 💜📽

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Wink Poppy Midnight | April Genevieve Tucholke
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There is non-consenting sexual activity, slut-shaming, and incongruence with character development. DNF at 50%. 😕

Megabooks Wow! I had it on my TBR. Will likely remove. 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻 6y
BookishFeminist Thanks for this review! Going to read other things instead now. Major disappointment at this. 6y
BookBerries Thanks for the heads up 6y
angrylilasian I didn't think this one lived up to the hype either. 6y
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Homegoing: A novel | Yaa Gyasi
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300 years, 8 generations, 2 countries and 1 epic tale. Gyasi uses Ghanian myths and legends to portray intergenerational trauma and family ties. 4.5⭐️ and full review up on my Booktube channel! 💜

WordWaller SO GOOD 🙌 6y
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Found this baby when I went book shopping with @UnderTheRadarBooks 😊 It's about a group of intertwined people at Westish college: baseball players, a professor, his wife, and a roommate. I'm early on in it but so far, so good! ⚾️📚📝

Amandajoy That was one that surprised me & I ended up loving it! 6y
squibblesreads @Amandajoy SO good to hear! I'm not super into baseball but it's not bugging me in the least 😊 6y
HardcoverHearts I found this book to be delightful. Really enjoyed it. 6y
prowlix I'm about 2/3 through this one and loving! I'm also not a big baseball fan but something about reading about baseball in the summer just seems like an obvious choice 🇺🇸⚾️ 6y
jmkeene Really liked this as well, although the end had a WTF?! moment for sure. 6y
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Beasts and Children | Amy Parker
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After an AMAZING (but exhausting!) week at BEA meeting all my Booktube friends, I am finally starting my second 😂 book in May - this bleak, disturbing, but important and enthralling short story collection about three linked families. 💕

BookishFeminist I loved this collection! Amy Parker is surprisingly dark and creepy despite the cover. 7y
squibblesreads @BookishFeminist haha omg right?! what a misleading cover!! 7y
squibblesreads @BookishFeminist but SO GOOD. I'm glad you loved it too! 😊💕 7y
bookloversnevergotobedalone I hadn't heard about this, thanks for sharing, sounds like something I need to read. 🤓 7y
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What Was Mine: A Novel | Helen Klein Ross
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IS ANYONE GOING TO BEA/BOOKCON?! I'll be there! 🙋🏻 Because I have to take time off work/school, I've been so busy and haven't had time to read but last night read a little of this! A good look at humanity and family dynamics.

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The Girl in 6E | A. R. Torre
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Working on these 3️⃣ today but The Girl in 6E is 😱😏, sexy and suspenseful and thrilling and EVERYTHING, and I am LOVING it. Happy May 1st!

Yossarian Charlie Freeman is inching toward the top of my TBR. How is it? 7y
squibblesreads @Yossarian Intersectionality galore! So many things to think about in a scientific and historical context. It's an easy read in terms of language and sentence structure, highly recommended 👍🏼 7y
Yossarian Thanks! I'll either start that or This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! Definitely something with a second person, proper named title! 7y
Megabooks @Yossarian This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance! is good but when I reflected after reading, a little sad. It's written in a funny way, but the topics are serious. 7y
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We Love You, Charlie Freeman | Kaitlyn Greenidge
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Very stoked to jump into We Love You, Charlie Freeman 🌿, which examines race, ethics, and family dynamics. I LOVE a good thought provoking book rife with social commentary. 🙌🏼 💜

BookishFeminist I'm really looking forward to reading this one! 7y
Megabooks I have this out from the library now! 7y
squibblesreads @BookishFeminist update: it's AWESOME. I took out the page flags 🙌🏼 7y
squibblesreads @Ebooksandcooks ooh I hope you love it as much as I am! 7y
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I Let You Go | Clare Mackintosh
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SOME MORE CRAY CRAY 😱 Reminiscent of a sympathetic, multiple POV version of You by Caroline Kepnes mixed with the despair of What She Knew by Gilly Macmillan. High praise, I know, but it's GOOD. 🙌🏼

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The Crow Girl | Erik Axl Sund
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800 pages of CRAY CRAY 😲 This is less a stereotypical thriller with one BIG plot twist but more of a Nordic police procedural with a ton of small but sharp unexpected twists & turns. I could not put it down. MANY difficult topics but SO worth it. An examination of mental health and psychopathy. 💯

MyBookLife I'm a really bad swede to haven't read this yet 😳😳 7y
squibblesreads @MyBookLife omg you totally are not! 🙈 it is a HUGE book here, so a massive undertaking and I definitely had to be mentally ready for it 💕 7y
MyBookLife Is it all three parts in one book then? Because the first one isn't so long in swedish. 7y
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MyBookLife @squibblesreads Forgot to tag you :) 7y
squibblesreads @MyBookLife YES! The American version is all 3 books in one HUGE 800 page bindup 😆 7y
MyBookLife @squibblesreads Oh, okey, strange! Then it is a bigger commitment for tou, here it is three books and I haven't gotten to the first yet. As I said, I'm a bad swede ;) 7y
Rick_Eaglestone I am started of 2016 reading some crazy messed up books. I am currently reading this & it has to be the craziest messed up one yet but I love it 7y
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Sleeping Giants | Sylvain Neuvel
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BEYOND EXCITED for both of these new releases today! HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY! 🙆🏻🎁🎉

kdwinchester First in line at the library for SLEEPING GIANTS. Cheering for joy with you!!!! 🙌🏻👏🏽🎉 7y
squibblesreads @Kdwinchester YAAAYYY!! I'm so excited to see how you like it too! 😊💜 7y
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I Let You Go | Clare Mackintosh
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Spending this beautiful Sunday writing a paper and starting I Let You Go, a thriller that's been very highly praise, about a mom whose son was killed in a hit and run incident, and also continuing with The Crow Girl! 💕📚 Hope everyone had a great weekend 😊

Liberty Oooooooo, just you wait!! 7y
overlyattachedreader Loved this one! 7y
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Mehso-so

I was expecting more from this book - a myriad of existential questions were set up (How can we truly understand a person? Should an author defend their characters? When the body is tired nature is helping us?) but not fully explored in comparison to And Again by Jessica Chiarella which I LOVED.

BookBerries OHMYGOD I loved it!! Just kidding!!! It was 😒 7y
squibblesreads @BookBerries hahaha omg I was like Roberta we need to talk about this 🙈💕😘 I'm so so proud of you for staying up so late my love! 💜📚☕️ 7y
Megabooks I loved And Again, too, but I just can't get excited about checking out this book! 7y
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SusanCoulby I was underwhelmed as well. I went into it with excitement and came away feeling meh. 7y
squibblesreads @Ebooksandcooks don't worry, it was emotional and tried with the existentialism but didn't hit it hard like And Again did. I'd choose a reread of AA over this but it IS my favorite book of 2016 so 😉 7y
squibblesreads @SusanCoulby I'm glad you agree with me! It was really hyped on Book Riot so I was bummed when I didn't love it too. 7y
SusanCoulby Disjointed and no payoff for consuming all of those vignettes. Although the writing was polished and effective in evoking the bleakness of Lucy's childhood, the lack of growth or point left me feeling let down. 7y
AmyWrites This book was such a huge disappointment! So glad others were left scratching their heads too. 😃 7y
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The Night Circus | Erin Morgenstern

"Now, sitting in this cave of lightly perfumed silk, what had seemed constant and unquestionable feels as delicate as the steam floating over her tea. As fragile as an illusion." ?

BookBerries I wanna read this so badly!!! 7y
Bethanychaseauthor I LOVE this book! 7y
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Working on this GORGEOUS book for Dewey's today! It looks so little and unassuming but I've heard it's suuuuper sad and also beautifully written. GOOD LUCK IF YOU'RE READATHONING TOO! 🏁🙋🏻💕

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The Crow Girl | Erik Axl Sund
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THIS BOOK IS MASSIVE, like 800 PAGES! But so good. So creepy, raises questions about POC and females in the police force and is just an all around addictive read 🙆🏻

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The Night Circus | Erin Morgenstern
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I think out of all the books I've read, this has been one of the best ones in terms of evoking all 5 senses, not just sights and sounds. I'M LOVING IT! 😍💜

autumnprivett One of my all time favorites!! 7y
Bookishaf Love that book! 7y
Sue ❤️ 7y
CherylRussell 👍🏻❤️🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 7y
booksbaconglitter It's so good! 7y
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Every death is a love story. It's the goodbye part, but the love is still there, wide as the world.

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Between Shades of Gray | Ruta Sepetys
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Sepetys introduced an IMPORTANT, sadly overlooked,upsetting event in history. However, the sentence structure was ALL short and simple and I think had it been written more poetically and evocatively, its effect would have been much greater. Bleak and awful, but didn't live up to its potential. 3.5⭐️

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I hauled this from the library! A short story collection with magical realism and horror elements, in the same vein as Kelly Link and Aimee Bender. THAT COVER THOUGH 😍🙌🏼

Megabooks I love Kelly Link! I'll have to check that out! 7y
Bookishaf I really enjoyed that collection. Hope you do too! 7y
squibblesreads @Jaderyan21 that is so good to hear, thank you! 💕😊 7y
BookishFeminist About halfway through this right now and love it! Agree with the Kelly Link comparison 7y
courtney I'm so game for anything compared to my bae Aimee 7y
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Eleanor: A Novel | Jason Gurley
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Literary fiction & magical realism. A poignant, raw, intricate portrayal of multigenerational grief and the ties that bind. Makes extraordinary out of the ordinary. I'm in LOVE. 😍

bookishteaparty This sounds amazing!! 7y
Elise.Ozarowski I keep almost picking this one up from the library, then putting it back in favor of the infinite stacks in my room...definitely going to grab this next time! 6y
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Missing Pieces | Heather Gudenkauf
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A woman's mother in law died many years ago and her husband told her it was a car accident, but she was murdered. In the present, another family members died under suspicious circumstances. The writing is simpler and less nuanced so it moves quickly, 55% through and enjoying it so far 😊

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The Weight of Feathers | Anna-Marie McLemore

The rain on her dress and his shirt would stick them to each other, dissolve the skin between them, until their veins tangled like roots, and they breathed together, one scaled and dark-feathered thing.

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The Weight of Feathers | Anna-Marie McLemore

Boca de miel, corazon de hiel. Mouth of honey, bitter heart. 💜

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Jane Steele | Lyndsay Faye
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I am OBSESSED with Jane Steele, our unstoppable, plucky, anguished Victorian vigilante serial killer narrator inspired by the tale of Jane Eyre. It's written in a Bronte-esque style BUT with diverse characters, wit and wiles, and a badass heroine. 😍🙌🏼

RebeccaSpeas This is definitely my favorite book of the year so far! 7y
CateKeesling Great socks! 7y
hwheaties Love this book! 7y
Yossarian I want to read it, but I feel like I should really re-read Jane Eyre first, so I can get the full experience. But I'm afraid I will not finish Jane Eyre before I lose interest in Jane Steele. Then I will own both but have read neither. Then I will have failed. 7y
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Mehso-so

The blurb for this book says it's a thriller and it keeps you guessing until the last page. I DID enjoy it, don't get me wrong, but it is more of a suspenseful contemporary focusing on grief, the unknown, and crimes against children rather than a harrowing thriller.

mllemay Even so, that description sounds really intriguing! 7y
squibblesreads @mllemay it was good! I wanted to send out a word of caution in case people were expecting a full on harrowing, unreliable narrator filled thriller 😊 I would still recommend it though! 7y
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Carter & Lovecraft | Jonathan L. Howard
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Look at the mystery I found at the library! It's about a man who is investigating a slew of deaths with the last known descendant of HP LOVECRAFT 🙆🏻 So excited to start this!

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Burn Baby Burn | Meg Medina
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OMG LOOK AT THIS COVER 😍 This is the story of a 17 year old girl navigating the summer of the serial killer the Son of Sam. I'm so glad my library had it! 💕

bookloversnevergotobedalone I have to read this! 7y
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The Weight of Feathers | Anna-Marie McLemore
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This book sounds exactly like a baby The Night Circus - a circus setting, love, duels, rivalries. 🙌🏼 I'm so excited to buddy read this with my bb Alexandria at The Books Buzz! 🐝

CateKeesling Love your fuzzy reading socks! 7y
squibblesreads @CateKeesling thank youuu! 💜😊 7y
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Now these wasps are dead and all the heaviness has gone out of them and I think - how strange that being alive seems to make you heavy.

Jenshootsweddings That's on my hold pile at the library! How is it? 7y
squibblesreads @Jenshootsweddings it's definitely enthralling but I am gonna reserve judgment until I'm done! I'm around 30% done now 😊 7y
kdwinchester Def interested in the final review of this. It's in my cue, but that really doesn't mean I am going to get to soon. 😹 But if it's worth it, I'll bump it up. 😸 7y
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This gorgeous sci fi book came in the mail for me the other day! SO BEAUTIFUL 😍

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I am starting this THRILLER (YES THRILLERS ARE MY FAVE EVER) with a few Booktube buddies tomorrow! SO ESSITE 🙆🏻👏🏼💕💜😊

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Mehso-so

100% on the defeating mental health stigma and appropriation front, 50% on the feminism front - it was neither intersectional nor inclusive and I cannot promote it as feminism that truly equally benefits all females.

April Beautiful pic, as always, and I love what you had to say in the review. Really useful critiques to someone considering the book! 7y
squibblesreads thank you @April! 🙌🏼💜 I talk more in depth in my March wrap up on my Booktube channel - totally not trying to shill myself but there's just a lot more space to talk than 300 characters haha! 🙈 7y
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The Outside Circle: A Graphic Novel | Patti Laboucane-Benson
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A graphic novel: The story of 2 Aboriginal brothers who get caught up in drug abuse and gang violence find healing in traditions and community. Well researched and gorgeous art, highly recommended! 😊👌🏼

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A Little Life: A Novel | Hanya Yanagihara

"Most people are easy: their unhappinesses are our unhappinesses, their sorrows are understandable, their bouts of self loathing were fast-moving and negotiable. But his were not."

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