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Lizpixie
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Wow. This book completely drew me in. I finished it & looked up to realise it was 7am & I hadn‘t moved from the same spot since I‘d started at midnight. Loved it so much I was completely overwhelmed with jealousy that these literary characters were in a perfect part of the Scottish highlands, and I wasn‘t.😩 if you love Scotland or any of Colgans other books, you‘ll love this one. 5⭐️ #LitsyAtoZ2020 #LetterB #PopSugar20 #WithAnMCInTheir20s 👇👇👇

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TheNerdyProfessor
Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Pickpick

I was a little late to jump on the Daisy Jones train but I definitely understand why it was so loved! The writing structure was certainly unique and there was a nice (but not earth shattering) reveal at the end. I absolutely loved the character and time era development.

I've already completed 4 books this month!

#LitsyAtoZ #letterD @BookishMarginalia
#Booked2020 #Hollywood
#PopSugarChallenge #RecommendedByOnlineBookClub #BOTM

j.rye This has been on my tbr list forever. I really need to find time to pick it up. 4d
BarbaraTheBibliophage Good pick for this one! 4d
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RamsFan1963
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Pickpick

Funny, sometimes poignant, always interesting account of our past presidents, how they passed away and how they are viewed today. Important men of their day, now some forgotten, just names in history books. Bush Jr, Obama and Trump mean something now, but in 50 or 100 years they too will be trivia questions on Jeopardy! 4 💥💥💥💥

#LitsyAtoZ #LetterD @BookishMarginalia

Crazeedi Interesting looking read! 1w
MallenNC I really liked this one when I read it a few years ago. 1w
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melissajayne
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Pickpick

I quite enjoyed it, but not as much as the first book in the #outlander series. While there were moments of Claire & Jamie goodness, there wasn‘t nearly as much. Overall a great edition to the series 4 ⭐️ #letterd #d #litsyatoz2019 #litsy2019 #2019 #bookstagram #outlanderseries #bookreview

baes I felt the same way. The Outlander series has been a rollercoaster ride for me when it comes to how much I love them. Some books I love more than others, but I‘m so glad I stuck with it. 8mo
melissajayne @baes I‘ve heard that from other people as well. 8mo
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NatalieR
Dear Daughter | Elizabeth Little
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Mehso-so

The plot for this story had potential; a girl is convicted of killing her mom and released from prison 10 years later when evidence was compromised. Girl, now a woman, goes in search of the real killer. I didn‘t like the MC; she is a privileged, selfish, rich snot. The “Paris Hilton” resemblance was annoying. This book really could have been so much better. #MountTBR #LitsyAtoZ #LetterD #ReadingUSA2019 #SouthDakota

squirrelbrain That‘s a shame as I needed one for South Dakota.... 8mo
Librarybelle I wouldn‘t be a fan of a character resembling Paris Hilton either... 8mo
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PagesByTheWater
The Golden Braid | Melanie Dickerson
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Mehso-so

I liked reading this. The story wasn‘t QUITE original (got a Tangled throwback) and it was oddly heavy on the Christianity. In the first half it made sense for the time period, but at the end I felt like I was back in youth group with my pastor trying to tie everything back to God and the Bible.
Still an enjoyable read!
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#LitsyAtoZ #letterD

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PagesByTheWater
The Golden Braid | Melanie Dickerson
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I‘m excited to read one of the books I received in the #happilyeverafterswap from @biblioprincess for the #letterD of the #LitsyAtoZ challenge. Decided to break my sci-fi streak and move onto the fairytales to get me into a magical mood for upcoming mermaid season 🧜🏼‍♀️

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Lizpixie
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Pickpick

My favourite so far in the “Josephine Tey” series, this 5th book,Tey‘s Godmother,a theatre actress has died & left her a cottage in Suffolk with a murky past.Tied to a famous murder in 1828,it comes with its ghosts(literally & figuratively)but she falls in love & makes it her own.But suspicions about Hester‘s death & feeling a presence have made her question her choice.My #MountTBR2019 #Bk12 #LitsyAtoZ2019 #LetterD #LLB19 #FeaturingAReaderOrWriter

RachelO Love that cover! 11mo
JazzFeathers I've only read the 7th of this series... and l know l'll read the entirety of it 😆 11mo
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Elma
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Pickpick

I didn't love this as much as the first one, but I still loved it. It wasn't actually as dark as I was expecting considering the world it's based in. Great addition to the series. Now I just have to get my library to get a copy of the third one, so I can read it.
#SeriesRead @TheSpineView
#LitsyAtoZ #letterD @BookishMarginalia

monalyisha Oh boo! 👻 This is my fave so far! Glad you still enjoyed it, though. 11mo
Naj This is my favorite in the series, too. Interested to hear your thoughts about the third one, it was the weakest one for me. 11mo
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candority
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The Demonologist has an intriguing premise – David Ullman, a professor of demonic literature specializing in Milton‘s Paradise Lost, is sent on a whirlwind adventure to save his own daughter from demons. However, the novel is riddled with highly improbable and unbelievable plot points, as well as emotionally flat characters and a rushed ending, leaving me unimpressed. This is my third Andrew Pyper novel, and it may be my last. #LitsyAtoZ #LetterD