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Gissy
The Future King | Robyn Schneider
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Mehso-so

Horrible cover😝This is book 2 in the Emry Merlín, a retelling. Not much to say without spoil book 1. In some parts, the story was okay, funny and the romances cute, at YA style. However, this a modality with YA trilogies, no need to have 3 books at all. There is a third book coming this year and I bet that these two last books could end the story in just one book. Why? why are they dragging the stories?🤦🏽‍♀️3⭐️and I think I‘m giving too many

Gissy January #BookSpinBingo #1 (theForgottenBookClub pick) @TheAromaOfBooks
#JumpStart @Lizpixie
#ReadAway2024 @DieAReader @Andrew65 @Ghabi4Roses
#52BookClub2024 #19 (BuddyRead)

Book was a gift from Adline member of #TheForgottenBookClub (July 25, 2023). She had the same impression about this book but we all are going to read book 3 anyway 🤷🏽‍♀️Such is reading life😆
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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3w
DieAReader 👋🏻Off the shelf! 3w
Gissy @DieAReader Exactly ☺️ 3w
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willaful
You Say It First | Katie Cotugno
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#TBRtarot : Book that starts with “You.“

I'm glad I didn't look at the reviews, since this book seems generally hated and I thought it was very good. It's an opposite-attract YA romance -- privileged, politically active city girl and cynical small town boy -- but both have serious problems and they learn so much from each other. So an excellent mix of both romance and coming of age; perhaps readers who just wanted romance weren't into that.

willaful #BookSpinBingo space #19 : Challenge read @TheAromaOfBooks 1mo
willaful I suppose it would be cheating to use this cover for #ISpyBingo “Writing Utensil“ and “Mailbox.“ 😁 1mo
CBee Yay! 😊 1mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! And I'd say we're leaving the interpretation of prompts up to the individuals 😂 1mo
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Littlewolf1
Bunny: A Novel | Mona Awad
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Pickpick

4.2⭐️ I got to admit… This book was better than I thought I was going to be. What‘s crazy is I could not figure it out at all, yet I felt like I knew exactly what was going on. However, I‘m still confused on what was real and what wasn‘t. It was good. I liked it. This was book #19 for #Roll100

PuddleJumper 🎉🎉 1mo
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Blueberry
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Currently reading. Walt Longmire #19

#SeriesLove24 @Andrew65

Andrew65 That‘s a good pick, and love the backdrop. 2mo
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mabell
A Visit from Saint Nicholas | Clement Clarke Moore
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A 1963 small hardback by Whitman, illustrated by Carol Munshi. The illustrations are primarily bright and kooky!

#19 of #TwastheNight

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Gissy
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Pickpick

Translated from the English language. Nothing was included about the translator. This is another beautiful for me edition from Impedimenta Publishers.
This is a YA thriller/gothic/suspense novel. It was a fast read. Some parts maybe were predictable but still, you want to continue with the story. There are some beautiful lines here. I like to go blind to my thrillers or mystery books. 3.8/⭐️

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Gissy
A Dowry of Blood | S. T. Gibson
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Pickpick

I read this book during October #Rushathon @Andrew65
It was interesting. I liked those first pages where the character described so well her experience in turning to a vampire. We always have heard that vampires are selfish and possessive. Well, this story describes so well how they could be. But at the end it turns into a story about a dysfunctional vampire relationships🧛‍♀️🩸 😳☺️
3.5⭐️ Love that edition😍

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Kristelh
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#bookspin #19, The Last thing He Told Me
#doublespin #10 The Home-Maker
#bookspin bingo 1

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Looks fantastic!!! 4mo
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