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A Million Things
A Million Things | Emily Spurr
10 posts | 9 read | 3 to read
Fall in love with this heart-wrenching underdog story about grief, friendship and sticking up for yourself
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Kempfme
A Million Things | Emily Spurr
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This is a great read of how a young girl learns to live without her mother.

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LeafingThroughLife
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Bailed on this one. The writing was good, but it just wasn‘t drawing me in. I think the biggest problem, for me, was that the first person narrator was meant to be 9 years old but she read so much older that it kept jolting me out of the story.

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Kleblanc
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This book made me cry & earned a spot into my top 10 ❤️

Bren912 I love your dog! 8mo
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mamareading
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Ok, I know you all are finishing books in two days all the time, but I don‘t. I‘m a slow reader and a busy mom, I spend too much time on the internet to read books fast. But this book - I couldn‘t put it down. I liked it, a lot. The characters, the pain, the loss and uncertainty, it drew me in and I had to know how it turned out.

EvieBee Sold! I‘m a slow reader too, so I gotchu. 😉 13mo
TheNerdyProfessor I just purchased this one! 13mo
Victoria_Clyne I'm a busy Mum/slow reader too. And I'm contemplating making myself even busier this year, missing time to read is one of things I'll miss. 11mo
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mamareading
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My November is looking amazing! My spin is A Million Things and it‘s sucked me in this morning. My double spin is The Lincoln Highway which I won‘t let myself purchase until I finish this first one. It‘s coffee and books for me this month!

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Mpcacher
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This was an emotional read featuring a wonderful character in the form of a 10-year -old girl named Rae. I really enjoyed it.

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Allthebookclubs
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Oh sweet Rae and Lettie! What a wonderful, gut wrenching, heartbreaking, but sweet story. I didn‘t realize it was YA, but when you have a 10 year old narrator I guess that speaks for itself. I can‘t imagine how strong Rae was at only 10 and I love the friendship she built with Lettie. I will carry these characters for awhile. (Spoiler alert-another review says the dog dies, he doesn‘t!!) Book #52 in 2021

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JennyM
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Library hold goodness 📚

Cathythoughts These all look good 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
JennyM @Cathythoughts I‘m on a bit of a non-fiction streak at the moment with the bottom 3. Hope Tuesday is kind to you my lovely 😊 (edited) 1y
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