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Chris
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Netflix Sandman is so good.

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JessClark78
It | Stephen King
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This was the first book I read by Stephen King, back in middle school. This book was my real introduction to the horror genre, and the book that made Stephen King my favorite author.

#AlphabetGame #LetterI
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

A book you‘d recommend whose title starts with the featured letter.

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TheLudicReader
Instruments of Night | Thomas H. Cook
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I just couldn‘t not include Hamnet & Judith for ‘H‘. So good. And I keep harping on about Thomas H. Cook because he‘s so brilliant.
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
#alphabetgame #Letter H #LetterI

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DaveGreen7777
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Thank you for this #Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView 😀

1️⃣ Books that make me laugh. “Good Omens” by Gaiman and Pratchett, “The Palace Job” by Patrick Weekes, Stephanie Plum books by Janet Evanovich, and “Mind Games” by Carolyn Crane are good for cheering me up when I have a bad day! 😁

2️⃣ Victor Frankenstein is an egomaniac! 😳

TheSpineView Excellent description! Thanks for playing 4h
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Bookworm04
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Thought give this a try looks pretty cool on my kindle fire

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Buchbeeg
Voices in the Snow | Darcy Coates
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Pickpick

This is the first book in the 4 book Black Winter Series. I read this book in an afternoon last summer completely ignoring my children and husband and animals!
It is just so good, you don't really know what's going on but it sets up the rest of the series beautifully.
The story begins with a young independent single female and a car crash. A stranger saves her but there's something odd about him and his house and the outside world.

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Fammybooks
It | Stephen King

This last chapter I read was so eye opening. Being scared or fearful does something to the mind, and standing up to life‘s small challenges is so satisfying. My guess is Eddie‘s mom didn‘t want to lose her son at a very young age.

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Blh87
White Smoke | Tiffany D. Jackson
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Starting this one on my lunch break!

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mdlysko
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Nought may endure but mutability

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jenniferw88
The Italian | Ann Radcliffe
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