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booklover3258
Afar | Leila Del Duca
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Pickpick

My review of this book can be found on my YouTube Vlog at:

https://youtu.be/WFmSkEO8A6A

Enjoy!

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snapsnarlgrowl
A Guest in the House | Emily Carroll
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batsy
Baking With Kafka | Tom Gauld
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Tom Gauld's latest ... Straight out of my Litsy bio 😁👻

jlhammar 😂 3d
vivastory 😂 😂 3d
Aimeesue TG is the best! 💜 3d
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vivastory I've (half) jokingly told my loved ones that my headstone should read “I have that on my TBR (edited) 3d
batsy @Aimeesue He gets it!! 3d
batsy @vivastory That is too good! This sounds bad but I'm going to have to steal it for mine, as well 😂 3d
Tamra 😂 perfect 3d
Ruthiella @vivastory 🤣🤣🤣 3d
Velvetfur Haha this is so cute! And it's all of us, really 😂 3d
UwannaPublishme Love this! 😂 3d
Bookzombie I love “My library card still works…” 😂 3d
LeahBergen 🤣🤣 3d
AnnCrystal 😂📚💝. 3d
Bookwomble 😄👻📚🤍 3d
charl08 Love it. 3d
merelybookish Perfect! 👩‍🍳💋 3d
sarahbarnes Spot on. 3d
batsy @Velvetfur So true 😁 2d
batsy @Bookzombie Me too 😂 2d
TieDyeDude 🤣👍 2d
Sace I fear my inevitable demise a little less now. 😂 1d
batsy @Sace Right?? 😂 1d
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Honeybeebooks
Murder Mysteries | Neil Gaiman
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Panpan

Graphic edition of Gaiman‘s short story. Spare and dark, but there was little depth for me. Beautiful illustration juxtaposed with an ugly tale. It is a pan with only 2+⭐️.

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booklover3258
Charlie the Choo-Choo | Beryl Evans
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Pickpick

My review of this book can be found on my YouTube Vlog at:

https://youtu.be/2tZ-0MK_3OA

Enjoy!

TheDaysGoBy That train is utterly terrifying 😂 5d
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xicanti
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I‘m getting a jump start on my long weekend outdoor reading plans ahead of another thunderstorm (hopefully without hail this time). I still love THE WINTER KNIGHT with about 80 pages to go, MUNDO CRUEL is full of well-observed short fiction, and the tagged comic series is decidedly moreish. The Moscow Mule that accompanies them gets a little bit better with every drink I take. #gaymay

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LitsyEvents
Science Fiction | Joe Ollmann
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repost for @RamsFan1963:

It's time for nominations for June's #ClassicLSFBC selection. Hopefully, everyone was able to get a copy of May's selection, Snow Crash, and is enjoying it. Nominations will begin today and go on until the 23rd.
I'll start the nominations with my choice, Deus Irae, written by two legends, Philp K. Dick & Roger Zelazny.

original post:
https://www.litsy.com/web/post/2734983

#BuddyRead

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LitsyEvents
Science Fiction | Joe Ollmann
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repost for @TheSpineView:

Nominations are now open to pick our June book for #LitsySciFiBookClub Please suggest one book you would like to read that falls into the Sci-Fi genre. Offshoots like Space Opera works too. Since I'm on vacation starting tomorrow, and will have little to no internet, the voting will remain open until the 23rd.

Hope everyone is coming along with May's selection, The Three Body Problem.

#BuddyRead

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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
Grass | Keum Suk Gendry-Kim
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Pickpick

Excellent graphic non-fiction about “comfort women“ (Japanese euphemism for “prostitute“ which refers to the victims of Japanese military sexual slavery during WW2)
Beautifully illustrated, this book offers the moving testimony of a comfort woman. The author also shares her thoughts, she draws herself during the interviews, during her research, which adds value, and also shows how politically this issue is still unresolved.

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TieDyeDude
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An excellent book that gives some of the biggest minority heroes a chance to tell their stories. They did a great job of choosing characters that casual fans would be aware of, but not particularly knowledgeable of, and providing some alternate views of major DC and world events. More of an illustrated novel, since it is VERY wordy, and the art does not move the story forward at all, but once you get starting, it's hard to put down