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It Ends With Us | Colleen Hoover
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I loved this story and I cry on some point. It was so emotional and heart-breaking.

Colleen knows how to write a great story!
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I've read this in February for #doublebookspin @TheAromaofBooks

#itendswithus #colleenhoover #romance #newadult #5starreads #favourite #bookreview

TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Getting those backlist #BookSpin books! 😁 2y
maich @TheAromaofBooks I am finally writing my reviews🙈🙈 This year am so bad with writing. 2y
TheAromaofBooks I have a book blog and seem to consistently be about a month behind on reviews! They stack up so fast!!! 2y
maich @TheAromaofBooks same as I😊 2y
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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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The face is a person's identity, what if that face becomes an object of ridicule and bias? Read my review of an excellent middle-grade novel: Wonder by R.J.Palacio. Different doesn't mean undeserving.

#contemporary #wonder #rjpalacio #middlegrade #disabledrep #5starreads #heirloomgrade

https://rrkreads.com/wonder-middle-grade-book-review/

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Lillie
Shadow of the Wind | Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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Year: 2010
Decided to take a look back at what my 5 star reads were since I started keeping track of my reading. Can't believe that I read these books a decade ago. The Shadow of the Wind remains one of my all-time favorite reads.

#decadesofbooks #5starreads

Cathythoughts I remember loving Shadow of the Wind too 👍🏻❤️ 3y
Lillie @Cathythoughts have you read the other books in the series? Saw that a fourth came out last year. Once my libraries reopen I‘m going to put it on hold. So excited 😃 3y
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#backpackeurope wrapup continued:
Here are all of my #5starreads from the challenge!
7 or 8 were rereads from long ago. The Eliza Watson one was most fun, French had the best thriller, the last three I the bottom row were saddest, Cusk and Knausgaard stuck with me for a while, Levithan I stayed up late reading, and I leaned most from Larson.
Shout-out to Elif Shafak, who was a new discovery for me, but whose books earned 4 🌟. Very solid writer.

bookandcat P.S. if you want to see my Goodreads shelf for this challenge with all books and ratings, go to https://bit.ly/2xY49eT ! 4y
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I wasn't really sure on this one since it is a third in a series and I'm not really one for detective novels, but I was hooked! I didn't even feel like I was missing much for not reading the previous books. I'll be keeping an eye out for more. Also...I'm pretty sure Claire DeWitt is my spirit animal.....minus the drug addiction 😄
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
#NetGalleyReads #5StarReads

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Foe | Iain Reid
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I loved this book! It wasn't really science fiction-y and wasn't really thriller-y (those are legit genre descriptions now) but still managed to keep me hooked. Very well written and I kicked myself for not getting the ending! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 for me!
Full review to come later
#NetGalleyReads #5StarReads

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squirrelbrain
Handmaid's Tale | Margaret Atwood
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#5starreads Thanks for the tag @Smrloomis ! Here's 4 off my real-life bookshelves and I'm also looking forward to The Pool House by Tasmina Perry that's been well reviewed in the press this weekend but is still on my imaginary shelf....

Smrloomis 😄👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 5y
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A Million Open Doors | John Barnes
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@Billypar and @FictionFox both asked me for #5StarReads predictions so I grabbed a book from each of my genre shelves that I know in my gut will be awesome when I finally get around to it.

Three are by authors I already love and one is about the Crusades which have fascinated me since I borrowed the Terry Jones show about them from my World History teacher in high school.

Billypar Very nice- I stacked Kush- sounds like a great story- love the title and author name 😃 I read Foucault's Pendulum earlier in the year and got a dose of Templar lore from there that was pretty interesting. 5y
Billypar Sounds good- I better stack that one too since I presume it's got an actual 5 star rating, not just a theoretical one. 5y
Laalaleighh Oooh another person with genre shelves! 5y
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