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TheBookgeekFrau
Change in Altitude | Anita Shreve
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Mehso-so

Set in Africa in the 70s there was a mountain climb, a tragedy, a job, an almost affair, robberies, a disappearance, and another mountain climb. Not quite sure of the overall point, but it held my interest.

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April #Bookspin @TheAromaofBooks

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DieAReader 👋🏻👋🏻Next up!! 2d
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 1d
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TheBookgeekFrau
A Change in Altitude | Anita Shreve
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"We're climbing Mount Kenya."

#FirstLineFridays
@ShyBookOwl

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GatheringBooks
Universe of Us | Lang Leav
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TheSpineView 🤩🤩🤩 3d
IndoorDame ♥️♥️♥️ 3d
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Eva_B
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Pickpick

When I started reading this one, I didn‘t think I was going to like it. I was wrong. I ended up not being able to put it down! The story was a little bit predictable and too neatly wrapped up at times but I still enjoyed it. The domestic violence aspect was quite confronting. The language of flowers is interesting and the Australian settings were great to read about.

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TorieStorieS
Jessica's Big Mistake | Francine Pascal, Molly MIA Stewart
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Pickpick

Ah, the first of many Jessica Wakefield mistakes! When Elizabeth‘s favorite author comes to visit the 2nd grade class, all the students want the honor of being her special assistant. When Jessica finds what she thinks is a cast off story of Elizabeth‘s, she copies it over as her own! Of course, she realizes her mistake, and it‘s the first public recognition Elizabeth receives for her writing! Another fun installment!

KadaGul Ah, Sweet Valley High, brings back so many great memories!#80sN90sNostalgia 5d
TorieStorieS @KadaGul I know!! I am having a lot of fun with this re-reading project!😊 5d
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lazydaizee
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TheBookgeekFrau
A Change in Altitude | Anita Shreve
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Starting my #Bookspin pick this AM

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MicheleinPhilly
Come and Get It | Kiley Reid
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Mehso-so

Welp! Another disappointing sophomore effort. There were elements I really enjoyed, but this felt like it could have used more cooking before serving. I will still eagerly read whatever she writes next.

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oddandbookish
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Pickpick

Like her memoir, Dolly‘s responses to her readers are very conversational. Reading them feels like talking to an old friend. Her advice is very practical and real, but she‘s never judgmental. She seems to really understand what her readers are asking and gives relatable advice.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2024/04/01/review-dear-dolly/

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