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Allthebookclubs
Seven Lies | Elizabeth Kay
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Mehso-so

There was potential here, but it ultimately fell flat for me. I didn‘t like Jane at all, she was unreliable, crazy (but not in an interesting way), and too needy. The seven lies were futile and added nothing to the story. Book #71 in 2022

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bookaholic1
The Book Woman's Daughter | Kim Michele Richardson
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Pickpick

#71
I didn't realize that there was a first one to this read. I absolutely loved this story

ReadingisMyPassion I enjoyed the first one. Have not read this oneyet. 1mo
bookaholic1 @ReadingisMyPassion it's very good 1mo
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limada
Good Girl, Bad Blood | Holly Jackson
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Pickpick

Read these back to back on vacation. Super excited for the third one (that isnt out until February!!) So that I can finish the series.
This needs to be a three season TV show.
#71-2022, #72-2022

CBee The 3rd one came out last September 😊 2mo
limada Ah, yes. But, as a collector, I need it in Trade Paperback format to match the other two. 😉 2mo
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sarahbellum
Rolling Dice | Beth Reekles
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The spooky October dice selected two Ray Bradbury titles for me, so I switched one of them out for a different book 👻. Here‘s what I have to look forward to next month for #roll100:
#100 is The Martian Chronicles
#6 is The Tribes of Palos Verdes (chance of DNF is >50% since I added this as a teenager)
#71 is In Defense of Food

Thanks, as always, @PuddleJumper !

PuddleJumper Looks good! 3mo
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Danay
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22 #71 This series is stupid. In a good way. 😂

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Allthebookclubs
Shuggie Bain | Douglas Stuart
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Mehso-so

I read this one for a book challenge (Booker prize winner). It was not my cup of tea and was very long and drawn out. It was dark and depressing and hard to finish. Book #71 in 2021

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Danay
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21 #71

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bookaholic1
Last to Die | James Grippando
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Pickpick

#71
I haven't read James books in awhile, couldn't even tell you why. But I find his books a great joy, going to read alot more that's for sure.
A will of 64 million dollars is left to 6 strangers of a woman that was murdered, the last one left alive gets the loot. A great twist at the end.

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Victoria6
Boyfriend Material | Alexis Hall
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Book #71: I was craving another queer romance like Red, White, and Royal Blue but I found this one a bit repetitive and long for the plot.

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Danay
Forgotten Room | Karen White
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2020 #71

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