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bookaholic1
The Stranger in the Mirror | Liv Constantine
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Wow...so crazy good!!

MyNamesParadise I enjoyed the twists in this one! 6mo
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Allthebookclubs
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A wonderful tale about one woman‘s complicated life. The Indian culture is what drew me in, I love learning about other cultures and this one is my favorite. I figured out the big secret but that didn‘t ruin anything. The writing was beautiful and heartfelt. Book #48 in 2022

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limada
Queen Takes Rose | Katee Robert
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Thr last complete novel in the Wicked Villains series. Twisted Sleeping Beauty. Not what I was expecting. #48-2022

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Danay
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22 #48 One of my favorite cozy mystery series. This was a really good one!

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WJCintron
The Witches of Lesdar | Diego Duran
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Book #48 - Around the Year in 52 Books:
A book that uses all five vowels in the title and/or author's name

✅ The Witches of Lesdar by DiegoDurán ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐

I really enjoyed the book. The book is easy to understand and the chapters are not that long. This is a plot-driven book. I really loved the witches, and would have wanted much more backstory and more of those chapters from the past.

My favorite part was the final battle.

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Allylu
Sherwood Sherwood | Meagan Spooner
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Meagan Spooner as well as the narrator on this audiobook version outdid themselves! This was exciting, full of adventure and my kind of romance. “Long live Robin Hood!” #48 #BFC22 #FAIRYTALECHALLENGE RobinHood #20in4 #Pantone2022Colour QuietShade/Amazon #Hikeathonreads #TheRoyalReadathon

Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 9mo
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ravenlee
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An excellent look at male archetypes and how they influence both men and women. I recommend reading this after Goddesses in Everywoman, though it can stand alone. There is some excellent analysis of patriarchy and its costs, though the concluding chapters about “the sons of Metis” and how we can change our society felt a bit off/outdated. (Beware, Trump is used as an example early on 🤢)
#roll100 #48 @PuddleJumper

PuddleJumper Sounds like an interesting read! 10mo
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ShelbyA7
Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Book #48: This was so good!! I loved that it was told as an oral history. TJR has such a cool and real way of writing characters. They always feel so real, like I could google Daisy Jones and her whole history would come up. I cannot wait to see this as a TV show - we‘ll get to hear the songs! I‘m really wondering how they‘ll do it, if it‘ll be like a rock documentary format with flashbacks or what.

fredthemoose I just reserved this at the library. Can‘t wait! 1y
nichollinlove I really hope it is set up like rock documentary. The audio was amazing because it really felt like listening to a VH1 Special. I was looking up the band and characters to make sure I didn't somehow over look this piece of history 😆 1y
ShelbyA7 @nichollinlove if you haven‘t seen already, there‘s a playlist on Spotify for Daisy Jones & the Six by Random House. It‘s a vibe!! 1y
nichollinlove @ShelbyA7 🤯 I'm going to check that out now! Thanks! 1y
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Gissy
How Lucky: A Novel | Will Leitch
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I really appreciate all the information the author provide about SMA, very sensitive, realistic, necessary. I love Daniel, Travis and Marjani and how their relationship. The story was good and funny but it was so repetitive in some parts until almost the end when the suspense kept my attention and I was so worried about Daniel. As the author indicates through Daniel‘s voice, a person with SMA “...can do so much”. 3.75/3.8⭐️

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Allthebookclubs
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What an extraordinary book!! I enjoyed this entire book and can‘t wait to read more by Dugoni. I loved the connected thread throughout the story, faith and that everything really does have a purpose. The friendship of Sam, Micky, and Ernie is breathtaking. I couldn‘t put it down!!! Book #48 in 2021