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Little House on the Prairie | Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams
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#SeriesLove23 Wrap Up

-Continued- Little House was a reread, I completed Cassidy Blake, Hunger Games, Small Spaces and Al Capone series. Got current on the Click and New Kid series, started Nancy Drew and continuing on with Wells and Wong series. Made great progress! Thanks for hosting @TheSpineView and @Andrew65

TheSpineView Great job!💜📖📚 1mo
Andrew65 Brilliant 👏👏👏🙌🎉🎊 1mo
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#SeriesLove23 #WrapUp

I read 50 books that furthered my series reading. I‘m all caught up on the one‘s pictured and completed the Jane mysteries.

@TheSpineView @Andrew65

TheSpineView Great job!📖📚 2mo
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Dragon Republic | R F Kuang
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The first 60 % of the book was SLOW! In the last part it started to be easier to relate to characters but I still feel like they were lacking something.

With all these battles this was pretty ugly book.

This could have been shorter, even though I understand why some things were told in the beginning: they played some part later. I really enjoyed the last 40 % and especially some twists.

#SeriesLove23

TheSpineView Great job! 2mo
Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 2mo
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The Rats | James Herbert
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Pickpick

I loved how characters were pretty nicely fleshed out, not too common thing in this genre.

Atmosphere was horrid! I could really feel the horror and fear that characters were feeling. Ending was also great xD

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TheSpineView Fantastic! 2mo
Andrew65 A classic! Well done 👏👏👏 2mo
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Characters were fleshed out and I loved how likable every single character was.

Setting is really adorable in this series, I just love this small town.

I think this could have been a bit shorter, because there didn't happen _that_ much.

This still had so many things that I liked, and I really enjoyed reading this.

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TheSpineView Fabulous! 2mo
Andrew65 Excellent 👏👏👏 2mo
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Artificial Condition | Martha Wells
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Pickpick

I just ADORE Murderbot as a character, something so adorable xD

There were some intriguing things happening, and I wanted to see what was going on. Some things got solved, but left me intrigued to know more.

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Ruthiella I ❤️ Murderbot! 2mo
TheSpineView Love this series! 2mo
Andrew65 Excellent, on my list for 2024. 2mo
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The Vampire and the Case of her Dastardly Death | Heather G. Harris, Jilleen Dolbeare
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Bunny was a HILARIOUS! I loved her so much! This also made me curious about her relationship with her parents.

This was super fun to read, and this was also somehow intriguing. I wanted to see what was going to happen at the end.

This was a short story, and maybe not needed. This gave a sneak peek but wasn't that satisfying as an individual story.

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TheSpineView Love a good vampire story! 2mo
Andrew65 Brilliant 👏👏👏 2mo
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I'm Traveling Alone | Samuel Bjork
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I really liked the characters that weren't perfect. It was easy to relate to them and feel for them.

This was pretty thrilling to read, and I loved that. This also kept me guessing, really intriguing read.

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TheSpineView Excellent!❤️📖📚 2mo
Andrew65 Doing well 👏👏👏 2mo
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The Highwayman | Kerrigan Byrne
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Farah was a nice, sassy, character and Dorian was likable. I loved how this had some dark themes: it was easier to relate to characters knowing some things about their pasts.

Some revelations weren't surprises, they were easy to guess. That's always didappointing.

This was still a decent and entertaining story.

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TheSpineView Fantastic!📚📚📚 2mo
Andrew65 Excellent 👏👏👏 2mo
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Onnellisten loppujen kerho | Caroline Sfstrand
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I read a Swedish romance. Characters were realistic and it was easy to relate to them.

I loved the hopeful atmosphere in this book, even though characters struggled with different problems.

The ending maybe wasn't as strong as I had hoped it to be, but it wasn't bad either.

This was comforting book to read while I had storms in my own life.

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TheSpineView Well done! 2mo
Andrew65 Excellent 👏👏👏 2mo
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