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LibraryCin
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Mehso-so

I thought this was a good story, but be warned that it is quite violent. It is frustrating to “watch” Patty not even try to get away from her abuser, but from what I hear that‘s not completely inaccurate. At first I couldn‘t figure out where William and Maggie fit into the story, but I figured it would eventually make sense, and it did.

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Gladly
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Pickpick

The most compassionate book I've ever read

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arubabookwoman
Defining Dulcie | Paul Acampora
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It's been a while since there's been a Dulci sighting on Litsy. She's nearly 2.

AlaMich She‘s adorable!! ❤️ 3d
IndoorDame Awww 🥰 Hi Dulci! 3d
LeahBergen Sweet girl!! 3d
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Kappadeemom So cute!! 3d
Leftcoastzen So cute! 🐶👏 2d
Megabooks What a cutie! 🤩 2d
BarbaraBB 😍😍 2d
batsy Adorable! 2d
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TorieStorieS
Narbenherz: Thriller | Anne Mette Hancock
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Pickpick

The next book in Hancock‘s series featuring the journalist Heloise Kaldan and police sergeant Erik Schafer centers around a new case- a ten year old boy has gone missing from school. The plot takes some surprising turns and I liked aspects of this one even more than the first book. I wish that Finn‘s character has been handled differently though- that troubled me and felt unresolved on top of that. I‘m curious to see where the series goes next!

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IndoorDame
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Really enjoyed this memoir by a #NativeAmerican woman that I read with #SheSaid a few months ago. #NovemberNarrative @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Eggs Well done 👍🏼 1w
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violabrain
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Pickpick

Everyone should read this book whether or not they‘ve been in an abusive relationship.

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suvata
Call Me Tuesday | Leigh Byrne
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Mehso-so

At eight-years-old, Tuesday Storm's childhood is forever lost when tragedy sends her family spiraling out of control
into the darkest of dysfunction. Suddenly the loving environment she's come to know becomes an endless
nightmare of violent abuse and twisted punishments as she's forced to confront the cruelty lurking inside the
mother she idolizes. Based on a true story.

So-so 2.5 rounded to 3

My rating system:
3 = I liked it
2 = It was okay

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caitlinblack
All He Knew | Helen Frost
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Published in 2020, this story is about a young deaf boy during World War II. He has a sister who loves him and helps him and a conscientious objector who helps him.

Awards:
Scott O'Dell Award

Genre:
Historical Fiction

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ItsAnotherJen
A List of Cages | Robin Roe
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Pickpick

I feel like I've been incredibly lucky with the books I've been reading. This was another amazing read in a completely different way.
It's YA and it's heartbreaking. It's emotionally draining. I'm still processing. I'm surprised I haven't heard more about it. Absolutely recommend this. It's not a perfect book, it has left me w/questions-so many questions. I want to know more about what happens next with these characters. I love these characters.

TrishB This was a good read 👍🏻 1mo
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bookish_wookish
Falling for Autumn | Heather Topham Wood
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Thank you! @Pigpen_Reads The candle smells sooo good! Im excited for the books too! Thank you again! 😊

#LLFS
#Litsylovefallswap

@Bookgoil
@Deblovestoread

Deblovestoread What cute socks! Lovely box! 🎃🍁 1mo
Pigpen_Reads I'm glad you like it! I loved the candle too and bought myself one 😆 1mo
Bookgoil Ooo that candle sounds amazing! 🥰🍁 1mo
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