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Bekkers
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Mehso-so

Book #44 for 2022! This one has me torn. I liked it, the writer has overcome a lot of heartache and loss and shows that life events don't have to define you. That said this writer also has a TON of privilege that most people don't. She does recognize her privilege but sometimes it feels like it was an afterthought.

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bookaholic1
Bluebird | Sharon Cameron
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Pickpick

#44
This was a sweet story..loved it!!

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Allthebookclubs
Maybe in Another Life: A Novel | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Pickpick

I LOVE TJR novels and this one is wonderful. I can‘t fit my review in just 451 spaces, so the rest is in the comments!!! Book #44 in 2022

Allthebookclubs It‘s similar to the movie -Sliding Doors, one of my faves. 2mo
Allthebookclubs I love the characters and all of their quirks, the bold statements, their bravery in the face of hard decisions, and the unwavering support they offer. 2mo
Allthebookclubs This is a story about best friends, Hannah and Gabby. Yes, it‘s also about Hannah‘s life and how it turns out in two possible realms BUT it‘s truly about friendship and how sometimes we find true love in our best friend. 2mo
Allthebookclubs Your soul mate doesn‘t have to be your lover/spouse and that‘s my take away. 2mo
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sarahbellum
Dicey's Song | Cynthia Voigt
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Thank you, @PuddleJumper , for this distraction today! I‘m still making good progress on finishing my last 2 June #roll100 titles, but here‘s what I have to look forward to in July:
#13 is The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists
#44 is Forrest Gump
#75 is The Cheese Monkeys

PuddleJumper Brilliant! 3mo
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limada
The Beast | Katee Robert
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Mehso-so

Continuing in the Wicked Villains series - Beast, Gaeton (aka Gaston) and (Isa)Belle. Interesting twist on Beauty and the Beast. #44-2022

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Danay
That Month in Tuscany | Inglath Cooper
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22 #44 I‘d like a month in Tuscany please!

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Allylu
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Pickpick

Lisa See is brilliant! This is a terribly wonderful book. It is about two women whose love for each other is all-encompassing, then the tragedies of their lives in Korea and just in life separate them. You just have to read the book to understand. It‘s so good. #44 #BookSpin #9 #BFC22 #BOOKED2022 eco-feminist #2022AUTHORAMONTH March #Pantone2022Colour FragileSprout #Hikeathon

Cinfhen I tried reading this awhile back & couldn‘t get into it! Your review makes me want to try again 😁 5mo
Allylu @Cinfhen I listened to the audiobook which gives perspective. As I said, some of the things that happened were terrible, but I cried at the end because I was so moved. 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 5mo
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Clwojick I‘ve read so many good things about this author! I‘ll have to check her out! 5mo
Clwojick Thanks! 5mo
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PaulaCappaAuthor
The Dazzling Darkness | Paula Cappa
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JASPER PEACOCK hits the Amazon Kindle Best Seller List #44 in Horror Short Stories and #60 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads. Review: “There is much talk of ghosts. Ghosts in Peacock‘s paintings, ghosts that harm, ghosts that haunt. A short, spooky, little story, five stars!“ Priscilla Bettis, author of The Hay Bale. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PJXGPZX #mysteries #shortstories #fiction #thrillers #AmazonKindle #kindle

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SpaceCowboyBooks
Space Cowboy Books | Joshua Tree, CA (Bookstore)
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For fans of audio science fiction

Simultaneous Times science fiction podcast episode #44 is live and available on your favorite podcast players. Featuring stories by Rodrigo Assis Mesquita & Jean-Paul L. Garnier.

https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/spacecowboybooks