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ICantImReading
Wrong Place, Wrong Time | Gillian McAllister
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

With one of the most unique and fun concepts for a thriller that I‘ve read in awhile, I loved journeying backward through time with the protagonist as she attempts to piece together how to save her son from committing a murder. It‘s clever and twisty, but equally thought-provoking and heartfelt, exploring destiny, second chances, unconditional love, and supernatural hysterical strength. Don‘t miss this one! 🎧 #reesesbookclub

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melissajayne
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4.5⭐️ I really enjoyed reading this for #lmpbc and taking the time to take stock of the book. With the current political climate in the United States, I couldn‘t help but think of the similarities between now and the late 1930s. Am looking 4ward 2 seeing what my other group members think of it. Will be sending it in the mail to the next person sometime this week. #2022 #bookreview #bookstagram #historicalfiction #greatdepression #fiction

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Graciouswarriorprincess
Honey and Spice | Bolu Babalola
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Book 76/150. #reesesbookclub

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RebeccaRoo7
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I really don't even know how to feel about this book. This was my follow-up choice right after reading Verity, maybe that was the mistake. Verity was so crazy, unpredictable, and twisted that I was expecting that again. We Were Never Here was a little too predictable for me and the story line drug a bit for me. The characters were incredibly unlikable and a little annoying.

It wasn't awful, just not what I wanted/needed.
#reesesbookclub #summer

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melissajayne
The Paper Palace: A Novel | Miranda Cowley Heller
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4.5⭐️ It took me about half of the book to really get into the book, but once I got past that halfway point, I really got into it. I liked how the author built up to what happened and the fallout from what happened. I also liked the time jumping in the book and how efficient it was used. Content warnings for rape, sexual assault, pedophilia #2022 #bookreview #bookstagram #fiction #contemporaryfiction #reesesbookclub

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ICantImReading
Counterfeit | Kirstin Chen
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⭐️⭐️⭐️💫

I‘m inadvertently on a female con artist kick this month! This quick read tackles the world of luxury goods, the model minority myth, and the American Dream. It‘s definitely bingeable, but I wanted more from it in the end. I think the TV show will be a lot of fun to watch! 🎧 #reesesbookclub

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Clwojick
The Duke And I | Julia Quinn
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✨Current update for the #BigJuneReadathon since tomorrow is the halfway mark of the month already!

✅48/55 books
❎0/3 #2022MostAnticipated
✅3/4 nonfiction
✅1/2 classics
❎0/4 #ReesesBookClub
✅11/15 #NetGalley Reads
✅9/6 #ChirpAudiobooks
✅4/6 #OwnedCollection
✅104,719/110,000 annual pages read
✅18/30 books read matching the #BigJuneReadathon prompts.

#BulletJournal

thereadingpal 48 BOOKS? Wow. I need to step up my game lmao 2mo
Clwojick @thereadingpal the handful of graphic novels and novellas helped to increase my numbers. 🌼 2mo
PaperbackPirate Wow! 👏 2mo
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ICantImReading
Lucky | Marissa Stapley
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This is a good pick for when you‘re in the mood to escape into a fun and fast story. It‘s an entertaining tale of resilience and redemption with an unconventional (but likable) protagonist. The ending felt rushed and convenient; I would have liked more closure and complexity. 🎧 #reesesbookclub

5feet.of.fury Agree! Overall I liked it but thought the timing of everything was impossibly convenient 😂 2mo
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Conleyheather
Rules of Magic | Alice Hoffman
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Yellow dandelions always let me know that warmer days are just around the corner. I‘m so ready to be reading outside. #reesesbookclub

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Conleyheather
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Mehso-so

I really wanted to love this book, and parts of it I did. Yet, Eleanor Oliphant had a very slow start. Once I read a little more than half of the book, I couldn‘t seem to put it down. The book‘s plot and structure are very much like it‘s narrator. Eleanor is unsuspecting and even bland, but once the surface has been scratched another side the Eleanor, and ultimately the novel, is revealed. #reesesbookclub