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Gissy
Heartless | Marissa Meyer
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#SpringSkies Day 12 #VillainPOV

I read this book in May 2017, not the best story, slow pace but it had something that I liked. It was a sad romance story between these two characters 💔

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

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Ladygodiva7
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This YA is a fun read with steamy parts and a stupid cliffhanger!!! Must find the next book…..

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MsLeah8417
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Meshell1313
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@Catsandbooks - May‘s book is on its way to you! Hope you enjoy it! #LMPBC #GroupM 🔥

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vivastory
What Moves the Dead | T. Kingfisher
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T. Kingfisher's riff on Poe's iconic story begins with Alex Easton receiving a letter from Madeline Usher that she is sick. Easton travels to the dilapidated sprawling house, surrounded by a strange lake & animals who are acting unusual, that she shares with her brother Roderick. There were parts of this that I really loved, but I found Kingfisher's character work a bit off putting at times. It felt like a mashup between YA & adult, still a (CONT)

vivastory decent novella with some great horror elements. 2d
Michael_Gee We got this recently at a Barnes and Noble. It was part of a $5 coffee + book deal. Could not not do it. 2d
vivastory @Michael_Gee That's how I picked it up. Definitely a good deal 2d
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ofclumsywords
A Vow So Bold and Deadly | Brigid Kemmerer
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Mehso-so

3.5/5🌟 — I don‘t feel like this book stood up to the strong plotlines that book 1 & 2 had. Book 1 was a unique retelling of Beauty & the Beast, while book 2 had fantastic character development & focused solely on Grey. This 3rd book meanwhile was mostly talking & plotting, then when it came for the final battle I found it lacking. It was predictable & I wish a different character had dealt the killing blow. But I did enjoy this series as a whole.

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Meshell1313
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Pickpick

I won‘t give too much away since this is our #LMPBC #GroupM book, but I enjoyed this story of Bree finding her magic and figuring out who is really is and exploring her ancestral roots. The King Arthur storyline surprised me so much- I didn‘t think it was necessary but I guess there‘s something there about the Western cannon, colonialism and racism. Will def pick up book 2 after that crazy ending! ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

Will mail to @Catsandbooks next week!

Catsandbooks Hooray!! ☺️ 2d
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hannah-leeloo
These Wicked Revels | Lidiya Foxglove
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Finished book 2 and onto book 3

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Kboltz
For the Wolf | Hannah Whitten
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Panpan

I finished this but by the end I could have cared less if Red found her sister. A retelling of Little Red Riding hood. The woods that attacked and attacked got to me by the ending…did anyone like this out there?

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aimee23
Song of Achilles | Madeline Miller

“Do not let what you gained today be so easily lost.” -Chiron