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Deblovestoread
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December #Roll100. I use this challenge to read off my kindle. I am already reading the tagged book and hope to read State of Terror, too. I did not plan the HRC theme 😀

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klu13
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Great

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Twocougs
The Soul of a Woman | Isabel Allende
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Isabel Allende never disappoints. This book is in honor to her life long believe in feminism. So rare to find a fellow human that has so many similar beliefs to myself.

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Mximlay
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Excellent, read this if you are over 30!

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vlwelser
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This was my first #Aardvark selection and it was excellent. This is about Penelope and how she deals with those pesky suitors while Odysseus was MIA. And my favorite part is that Hera is the narrator. It's funny and clever. I love Greek stories. There is a lot to work with there. The author did an excellent job with it.

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful cover 🧡 2d
TheAromaofBooks This is quite random but I've always thought Ithaca was such a fun word to say 😂 2d
vlwelser @TheAromaofBooks you're right. That's pretty random. 😂 2d
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MallenNC
Ladyparts: A Memoir | Deborah Copaken
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I thought it was so frustrating to see in this memoir how the healthcare/insurance system can keep a successful person in debt. I appreciated how honest she was throughout, especially with her career struggles in a time of transition for print journalism. I think it‘s hard to write a memoir about your own relationships, health challenges, and career in the context of the U.S. healthcare system but she did a good job balancing it all.

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Jen2
Untamed | Glennon Doyle
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Fabulous audiobook

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Aimeesue
After Sappho | Selby Wynn Schwartz
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"She shut the insistent voices of her family inside the house and went up her tree. From a haven of leaves she looked out over the cemetery. The tombs of poets were wreathed in laurel and etched in glorious verses, while the graves of the ordinary listed as their only accomplishments the names of children produced or a spouse bereaved. So many dead in childbirth, she observed, and so few by shipwreck.

TheBookHippie This has been on my list!!!! 3d
Aimeesue @TheBookHippie Really enjoying it! 2d
TheBookHippie @Aimeesue Good to know!! I am excited to read it! 2d
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