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Leftcoastzen
Catcher in the Rye | J D Salinger
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So I‘m not reading it right now, one of my favorite first lines ever!
“” If you really want to hear about it,the first thing you‘ll probably want to know is where I was born,what my lousy childhood was like,and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don‘t feel like going into it, if you really want to know the truth.”

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Karons1
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The actual letter ✉️ 💘 😍😍

IndoorDame ❤️ 21h
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Karons1
Persuasion | Jane Austen
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My favourite ❤️ Austen and my village bookclub February read - couldn‘t resist this stunning 🤩 edition with perhaps the most romantic 💘 letter ✉️ ever written in literary history from captain wentworth

IndoorDame I‘ve always been tempted by these editions! 21h
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GatheringBooks
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Eggs Perfect 🖤🤍🖤 1d
Bklover 👍👍 1d
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wordslinger42
Wuthering Heights | Emily Brontë
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I haven't read this one since high school! Let's see what I think of it now 📖

dabbe I'll be interested to see what you think. My feelings definitely changed (I won't say how until you've read it again). 😊 1d
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cottagelantern
Persuasion | Jane Austen
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4 stars: a very good book!
I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish this book! The tension between Anne & Wentworth was palatable on every page, & Austen presents such a poignant & timeless window into the human psyche. I really love how the ultimate burden was placed on the man, how Anne was praised for having listened to her mother figure at first & then showing her independence, &, of course, how love won the day despite the passage of time.

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StaceGhost
Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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Not my favorite reading month but I did see this in one of my discord chats & could not stop laughing

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jenniferw88
The Count of Monte Cristo | Alexandre Dumas
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@Amiable Just started Volume 2! Luckily I am enjoying it.

Just wondering, can we change our books if we read a book that fulfils a category before we get to the planned one? #chunksterchallenge2023

swishandflick My favorite classic! I remember being in the sixth grade, and checking out an unabridged copy from my school library. The librarian was so shocked, told me I was the first student to check it out in 8 years, and told me to keep it. Somewhere through the years I lost track of that copy and it makes me sad! 5d
eris404 @swishandflick that‘s a really sweet story ♥️ 5d
Amiable Of course! You can read whatever you want. The goal of the challenge is just to encourage people to aim for the book with the higher page counts that they might normally avoid.
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Karisimo I‘m on chapter 17 (he just met Faria)! It‘s been moving along faster than I expected! 5d
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Evita
To Kill a Mockingbird: A Graphic Novel | Harper Lee, Fred Fordham
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4 out of 5! Loved this graphic version

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CrowCAH
Pride and Prejudice | Jane Austen
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Even my laptop knew it was #PrideAndPrejudiceDay! The book was published 210 years ago on this date!
#PemberLittens

SamAnne Wow. Can‘t believe it was so long ago and still rings so….true. Thank you Jane! She lives on. 6d
CrowCAH @SamAnne I agree! It‘s amazing how “timeless” her stories are! 6d
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