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Julsmarshall
A Very Merry Princess | Susan Mallery
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Holiday novella #2 on audio done. 25 points #wintergames #mistletoemaniacs #Bookspin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! now
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Twainy
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🎧 The TARDIS has been stolen. Doctor #2 is off on an adventure with Jamie to find the police box.

They follow clues to an old antiques shop where it becomes evident that IT‘S A TRAP!

Monster of the week? DALEKS!

They are looking for the “human factor”, something they feel will help them TAKE OVER THE UNIVERSE!

One of those old series that‘s still missing an episode.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Allylu
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Finished this audiobook this morning. It was about all the crazy things that boys do when they are young. The author‘s note at the end was really interesting. I really like when those are included in audiobooks. The narrator was also very good. #139 #BookSpinBingo #2 #BFC21 #BOOKED2021 Jewish author #20in4

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3d
Cinfhen Just in time for Hanukkah 🕎 😉I also appreciate and enjoy author‘s notes. It adds a whole new dimension to the story. 3d
Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 3d
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DivineDiana
The Night Watchman | Louise Erdrich
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Starting Book Club #2 reading selection.
Starting with Hoopla audio and just received notification that the actual book is ready for me at the Library! 🎧 📚👏🏻

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shawnmooney
Yolk | Mary H. K. Choi
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Bite-sized Book Chats: The 18th Episode

https://youtu.be/AYiDMzZHx-s

A playlist of all episodes in the Bite-sized Book Chat series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU-61cZp1pQdBH5V0Zb9q-2ujl4PY8nhf

Chat #1: with Karoline from Oslo

Yolk by Mary H.K. Choi

Chat #2: with Alina from Rotterdam

From the Land of the Moon
by Milena Agus
Ann Goldstein (Translator)

shawnmooney Chat #3: with Karen from Maine
@barkerforbooks

Books and Islands in Ojibwe Country by Louise Erdrich

Tracks by Louise Erdrich

The Round House by Louise Erdrich

Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer

One Native Life - Richard Wagamese

Chat #4: with Nyambura from Nairobi
(they/them/Elle)

Pleasantview by Celeste Mohammed

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slategreyskies
Kristin Lavransdatter | Sigrid Undset
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1) oh, this one is impossible! I don‘t even know where to start. Ummm, I‘ll go with Mary Oliver as one of my top favorites, but I don‘t know who to put up there with her. I‘m terrible at open ended questions!

2) Holly Golightly, Buttercup, Howl.

3) One of the last few was the tagged book. :)

#WondrousWednesday

Eggs Love #2 - thanks for playing 🤩 7d
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vivastory
Song of Solomon | Toni Morrison
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1) Today I'd have to say: King, Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson.
2) Morag Gunn from The Diviners, Veruca Salt, Uriah Heep (Dickens had the best character names), Ignatius Reilly, Macon Dead AKA Milkman (so many great names in Song of Solomon)
3) Loads were added this morning upon finding out that the annual Book Concierge has been released:
https://apps.npr.org/best-books/#view=covers&year=2021

#wondrouswednesday @eggs

Eggs #2 - great names❣️❣️ 7d
LeahBergen Morag Gunn! 😊 7d
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TheSpineView
Life Blood | V M Black
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Pickpick

Sorry to say this one is not in the database. It is book #2 in the Vampire's Choice series and just as good as the first. I am loving the darkness struggling in Dorian but not so much of it that it is the story is depressing. Another 5⭐ for me.

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chasjjlee
Unknown Book 7535597 | Unknown Unknown
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I'll be that friend of a friend that tells you that this shit is a 10/10!

Can't wait for book 3 💋✌️.

Dark Fate by Kat Silver
Flame Born book #2
(Because I couldn't tag it)

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OneMoreChapterISwear
All of Us Villains | Amanda Foody, Christine Lynn Herman
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I listened to this audiobook & I can't imagine enjoying it any other way. The voices were rich & varied & the acting was spot on. The background was dark & sinister, the characters were unabashedly gray BUT that ending. It was painful to behold, it just ended. There was finally some telling dialogue & then nothing. I highly reccomend this book but maybe wait until you have book #2 in hand unless you're in the market for a oddly timed cliffy