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CloakNQuill
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#January #bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks

#17 Court of Wings & Ruin Ch 30 - 43 #doublespin
#18 Court of Wings & Ruin Ch 44 - 54

Hybern attacks Summer Court only the Night Court helps. All high lords come to the meeting even Tamlin who only insults Feyre.🙄 Antitode to counter Faebane is made but heavily questioned. Pieces of what is going on with Elain start to get put together. Some BIG things happen, the battle will begin. More in comments.

CloakNQuill Amren explains how she escaped the prison, that the Bone Carver needs a body in order to be set free. The Cauldron has broken the wall. Elain & her fiancé end their engagement, tbh good riddance. Jurian reveals that he has been spying on Hybern the entire time & Tamlin again shows himself to be a traitor. Vassa is alive and hidden as a prisoner. The hunt for Miryam and Drakon continues. 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3w
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LiseWorks
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This one was very captivating as they all are in this series. #18 of the series, #1 in this trilogy. This Author Likes to go back and look at certain characters and has series within a series #SeriesLove23 @Andrew65 @TheSpineView #ISpyBingo January @Clwojick @TheAromaofBooks I found 5 items:Leaf, House Hand, Someone's Back, and Fog/Mist. This is one of my favorite series. I also watched the TV series they had a few years back.

TheAromaofBooks Wow, this cover was a definite #ISpyBingo win!! 1mo
TheSpineView Great start to 2023! 1mo
LiseWorks @TheAromaofBooks yes it was considering my first book of the year was a bust for this challenge 😏 1mo
Andrew65 Brilliant start to #SeriesLove2023 Only read one of these so far. 1mo
Clwojick Way to go! This was a great find for #ISpyBingo! 1mo
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TheSpineView
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This is book #18 in the Virgin River series. Even though the book is well into the series, it works well as a stand alone because the story stays tightly around the 2 MCs, Patrick and Angie. They have both had major tragedy strike and I enjoyed seeing them work through their issues to find each other. A sound feel good story centered around the holidays. A few funny scenes had me laughing. I liked enough to want to read more...

#SeriesRead2022

TheSpineView ... more books in this series. 3.5ish ⭐️ 1mo
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DaNae.Gr
Honey and Spice | Bolu Babalola
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Gissy
Cop Town: A Novel | Karin Slaughter
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Creme_de_la_them
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Book #18 of the year: “Better Allies” by Karen Catlin

If you aspire to allyship with any marginalized or excluded group(s), read this. It‘s quick, well-researched, well written, with concrete actions everyone can take. Reading through examples of and research into biases against women/women-read people, disabled people, and LGBTQ+ people hit home on a personal level, too. A+, do recommend.

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Lisalucy
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Read this book while I was backpacking through Europe the last few weeks and honestly it made me appreciate life , my trip so much more. It‘s makes me really see how we are so used to living behind screens and not making the most of our lives. I encourage you to read this book and spend more time with friends or doing things you love. #18 read a motivational /inspirational book

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vonnie862
Summer on Wheels | Gary Soto
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This was a fun, quick story of two friends that took a 6 day bike journey from East LA to Santa Monica. I highly enjoyed their adventures as they made pit stops along the way to visit family. This book made me wish that I could have done something similar when I was their age. 3.5⭐️

#bookspinbingo #18 @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 6mo
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Reggie
Featherbed | Annabeth Albert, Heart Eyes Press Lgbtq
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Due to a mixed up delivery of a box of chicks, hot buttoned up Harrison Fletcher, newest owner of the Bar and Bookshop, will meet hot, pushes buttons, farmer Finn. One is afraid of dying, the other, afraid of giving his heart to someone who will just leave. This was nice but let me tell you. It stays on a low, low, simmer all the way throughout. This pot never boils. So even though it‘s a weaker entry in the Vino and Veritas series, still a pick.

CarolynM Reggie!!! How lovely to have you back❤️ Hope all is well in your world. I felt much the same as you about this one. I‘ve read a few in the Vino and Veritas series and they‘ve all been entertaining but I haven‘t found a really good one yet. 7mo
Reggie @CarolynM Hi Carolyn! Thank you. I‘ve read 7 of them and I liked the one with the romance bookclub and the bookseller who was abandoned. And the one about the printer press, with the son who came back to help while his father chased the mom to Paris. 7mo
Bookzombie Reggie! 🙂 I was going to say this cover reminds me of Sarina Bowen‘s True North series, but then I saw it‘s her press. Lol 7mo
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Reggie @Bookzombie I‘ve read 7in the series over the course of June because of Pride and they were the potato chips I needed. Lol 7mo
Nutmegnc I‘ve read a LOT of this series and there are some really excellent reads in the bunch!! 7mo
Reggie @Nutmegnc yeah, I really liked Headstrong, Heartscape, Booklover, and Turnabout. 7mo
Nutmegnc @Reggie Undone #18 was a five star read for me 7mo
Blerdgal_Fenix Insert chick magnet joke here 🤣 sorry I get a little cheesy after my second cup of earl grey. Stacking this, I am curious 🧐 (edited) 4mo
Reggie @Blerdgal_Fenix 🥁 do-dum shhh Lolol this is a series and I think Roommate by Sarina Bowen, the first one in the series is wayyyyy better. But they are all standalone and if it‘s the 🐥 that got you hooked I hope you like it. Also because you mentioned santeria and orishas in your review from Pride. If you like scary stuff The Good House by Tananarive Due is amazing. 4mo
Blerdgal_Fenix @Reggie will be adding to my list!! 4mo
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jenniferw88
Complete Sonnets | William Shakespeare
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#julyjam #iforgot which sonnets I studied for my GCSEs (english exams taken in america's grade 10), so this re-read will be interesting as to which ones have been annotated. Sonnet #18 is well known ("Shall I compare thee to a summer's day"), however it turns out I studied #19 instead! @GingerAntics (also studied in this batch - #2 and #7)

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

GingerAntics I think I‘m going to have to pull out the copy I used in grad school, for this very reason. 😂 7mo
Eggs 💙📚❤️ 7mo
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