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vonnie862
The Lover: A Short Story | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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I was only able to read two of my ebooks for #readyourebook

@CBee
#readyourkindle #readyournook

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TheDaysGoBy
Iron Flame | Rebecca Yarros
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Mehso-so

Wasn‘t a huge fan of Fourth Wing but figured I‘d give the sequel a go to see if more time with the characters/plot changed my mind. Unfortunately, it didn‘t. I can see why people enjoy this story but for me the “shocks” and “twists” don‘t have a huge impact. I think because nothing ever really get explained in the detail needed so when those things happen you don‘t have an emotional reaction to it. Surely there will be another book but I‘m out

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Littlewolf1
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Mehso-so

3⭐️ this one is a re-read. To be honest, it‘s not really good. If I could put it down, I would give it a lower score, but for some reason it‘s corny weirdness brings me some kind of comfort. It has to be the only reason I keep going back to it.

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Littlewolf1
Sleeping Giants | Sylvain Neuvel
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Pickpick

4.2⭐️ I‘m not really into Syfy, but this was fun. Sure there was some pointless murders and tons betrayal, but it was still fun.

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RamsFan1963
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I am posting one book per day from my extensive, and ever growing, TBR shelves. Some are old and some are new, some were gifts and some I don't remember why I bought them.
Day 59
#ABookADay2024

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Nessavamusic
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Pickpick

This was a delightful original YA fantasy with no romance. About a teenage orphan who was taken in by a magician as a baby. The magician is trying to bring magic back into the world. This has a very unique world and magic system. It is also a standalone, which is a rarity. Though not highly complex, it was a fun read. 4⭐️

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Kar2b
A Multitude of Dreams | Mara Rutherford
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Pickpick

I like Mara Rutherford‘s writing style. This did not grab my attention quite as much as Poison Season, but I still enjoyed it. I also like that it‘s a standalone fantasy book. I don‘t always want to read a series!

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peaKnit
The Wednesdays | Julie Bourbeau
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1. Apple Pie - mom was the best pie maker. She would be 72 tomorrow on her leapday birthday 🩷 she loved her special day every four years.
2. A slightly musty basement because my mom stored our Christmas boxes in the basement, it reminds me of her.❤️
3. The smell of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride…also the burning of the library of Alexandria on Spaceship Earth…because DisneyWorld.
#wondrouswednesday @Eggs Thank you!

dabbe What lovely memories! And #3! Yes! I can feel the mist as well! 🤩🤩🤩 3h
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kwmg40
Dragonsong | Anne McCaffrey
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This book was left behind by one of my daughters when she moved out years ago, and it was the perfect choice for prompt 29 of #52bookclub24: “Published in a Year of the Dragon“. It was published in 1976 and, as the title suggests, it features dragons! I loved the story! Wish I had read it when I was young.

#FabulousFebruary @Andrew65
#gottacatchemall @PuddleJumper (prompt 57, Sirfetch'd: Book you keep meaning to read)

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InkedBookworm13
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#BookBracket My graphic novel choice for February was the Mortal Instruments Series. I have read the books a few times through but thought Id give the graphic novels a try. I really liked the faster pace and the illustrations were really nice.