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Flavius
Nada se opone a la noche | Delphine de Vigan
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I loved this one. A very honest, brutal story of a suffering family.

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Eggs
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 💙 2h
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Karisimo
The Lion of Mars | Jennifer L. Holm
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So many good #letterl books to choose from but I went with my MG favorite of 2021!
Runners up: The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles, The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh and The Last Cuentista by Donna Barba Higuera

#AlphabetGame
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great choices!! 1h
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simplycourtney
Ask Again, Yes: A Novel | Mary Beth Keane
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Some of my favorites right here 🥰

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emmaturi
Oh William!: A Novel | Elizabeth Strout
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I really enjoyed this book, I do like Lucy a lot. It was easy to read and short. This is only the second book from the Booker Prize I have read. Not reading the whole list only what I can get my hands on from the library.

BarbaraBB I loved this one too. Another Lucy novel will be published soon! 13h
emmaturi Yes I had seen that somewhere, definitely will check it out @BarbaraBB 10h
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behudd
The Guncle | Steven Rowley
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“All right, here goes nothing.”

#FirstLineFridays
@ShyBookOwl

melissajayne I heard about this book on Currently Reading the other day. 1d
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AngieKWilson
Eleven | Tom Rogers
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My daughter was reading this for summer reading in middle school and needless to say I read it in an hour. Sooo good, haunting and brought me back to that horrific day.

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suvata
The Next Great Jane | K. L. Going
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#StoryGraph: fiction contemporary middle-grade young adult lighthearted fast-paced
240 pages | first published 2020

Seventh grader, Jane Brannen, wants nothing more than to become a famous author like Jane Austen — she just needs to figure out the key to literary success!

This was a cute, little middle-grade story that I would recommend to any young reader.

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kspenmoll
Instructions for a Heatwave | Maggie O'Farrell
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#hubbygrills #booksanddinner

I sliced my right thumb with a very sharp knife- all taken care of; steri stripped, etc. I cannot get it wet. Not a drop.
It‘s a challenge! I am grateful for my family who are picking up the slack.

This book. I adore it.

Julsmarshall Oh dear! Sending healing vibes! 2d
Ruthiella Yikes! Hope you heal quickly! ❤️ 2d
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CaitZ Hope it heals soon 2d
DanaManiac I hope it heals quickly!! 2d
DivineDiana Oh no! Glad the family was there to help you. ❤️ 1d
mcctrish I‘ve been there ( more often than I should 🤦🏻‍♀️) I hope it heals quickly 1d
Megabooks Yikes! Glad you‘re okay! 20h
kspenmoll @CaitZ @Julsmarshall @Ruthiella @CaitZ @DanaManiac @DivineDiana @mcctrish @Megabooks I so appreciate all your well wishes- I now have a big bandage off.still hurts if i move & i cannot get it wet- trickier than i knew- training my left hand & fortunately my husband & son have stepped in to give me all the help I need. Thank you all so much!!! Your caring means so much. (edited) 5h
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SheilaChew
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I really enjoyed this book. It opens with Maya, the third wife, walking in front of a bus and dying. Was it an accident or intentional? What is really going on with this family? And the rest of the book explores those questions. We meet the two ex-wives and the five kids. We flashback to when Maya was alive. Great ending!
Picture is from our road trip - scene near Lake Tahoe on the way to Idaho.