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Vivlio_Gnosi
The Perfect Gift | Christina Skye
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What do I get my family member, who's obsessed with books, for Christmas?
Easy, @megzlynn has got you covered!!
#bookguide
https://readinginthewildwood.com/2019/12/05/bookish-gift-guide/

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Marcus Rodriguez
The Rise of Nine | Pittacus Lore
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The third instalment of the lorien legacies, titled the rise of nine, is a adventurous follow up to the first two books. It adds a whole new play on the series in that being no longer set in a small town, rather all over the world, adding all new sorts of characters and memorable moments

7/10 👏

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Michollio
November | Gabrielle Lord
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November wrap up:
24 books
#BookishBingo: 20/24 with 5 bingos

Progress:
2019: 285 books

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Minimalgrl
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Ok Jack ... Save me from my humdrum working world ...🤓💰💣🧨🔪🔫

MellieAntoinette Reacher is the best!! ♥️ 1w
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bookaholic1
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Love Jack Reacher

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KianClarkson
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Micheal Vey is about a 15 year old kid named Micheal, who has electric powers. Him and his two friends Ostin Liss and Taylor Ridley discover that he is not the only one with powers. They also figure out something is hunting them. The genre of this book is science fiction. If you like books that are about people with powers or action books, you would like this.

MissYaremcio Glad that you are enjoying the book! Thank you for coming to talk to me about this assignment! 1w
Cfischbuch Nicely done! 1w
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Bookjunkie57
November | Gabrielle Lord
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ralexist
November | Gabrielle Lord
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14 read in November; bringing my total for the year so far to 132. Met my Goodreads goal of 125 during this month. Favorite was probably The Library of the Unwritten. One more month to go, let's see what numbers I end up with when 2019 fades away.

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Tiffiney
November | Gabrielle Lord
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I read some pretty good ones in November #novemberreads

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jpmcwisemorgan
Hell & High Water | Charlie Cochet
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I read this recently and only because I met the author at #GRL2019. I didn‘t know it had shifters - shifters who were made that way because of science! I feel like the gay romance reading community neglected that critical point. I though they were just police procedurals but they‘re not. Now I‘m reading the series and it‘s pretty good.