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Krystle13
The Rest of the Story | Sarah Dessen
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Loved it!!! Such a sweet story of a 17 year old girl trying to get her story of her mom and her family after all the long lost years!

Kenziejo Cute doggo! 😍 3d
Krystle13 @Kenziejo thanks. Hes our "old man" ? 3d
ladym30 Such a sweet face!❤️ 3d
Krystle13 @ladym30 he is a big suck. 🐶💕 3d
Prairiegirl_reading Omg what a sweet pooch!!! 🥰 3d
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Lchnessmnstr
The Chocolate War | Robert Cormier
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She chews while I read. Perfect snowy day activities! ❄️ 🍫 🦴

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Krystle13
The Rest of the Story | Sarah Dessen
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Onto book 7 for January 2020. My BFF told me to read it. So here it goes!!!
@kmiller20

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AlisonM
The Rest of the Story | Sarah Dessen
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Cute, easy read about self discovery, and family dynamics while lightly touching on complications from addictions. #Book1of2020

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ImperfectCJ
Heretics Anonymous | Katie Henry
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Accidentally used a Lucy bookmark in a book with a MC named Lucy. More substantive than I was expecting, this novel addresses differences of faith, the propensity towards all-or-nothing thinking, the tendency of some atheists and other secular types to be holier-than-thou and dismissive of faith, and the nature and difficulty of forgiveness. Not without YA silliness, but overall it's solid and thought-provoking. And it made me crave toast.

ImperfectCJ One downside is that the homeschooled kid is fearful, ultra-religious, spiteful, and close-minded, which stands out as something of a lazy caricature among a cast of characters who are otherwise allowed to be individuals (while still being characters in a YA novel, of course). 1w
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coffeesugar
Dig | A. S. King
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This book is... changing me. Reshuffling the pieces of me. Unfolding things and worlds I had just the vaguest grasp on. It took me a while to get into its strangely meandering, dry writing - to let it enter and infect my system, which is fitting for a book so ripe with mentions of bodies and things growing and dying under the earth - but boy, it was worth it. I'm rushing through the last sixty pages and I found myself choking back sobs on the bus.

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Dearest | Alethea Kontis
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Dearest | Alethea Kontis
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Conleyheather
The Revelation of Louisa May | Michaela MacColl
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I‘m about halfway through the book. It‘s not the best thing I‘ve ever read, but it‘s fun so far.

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MrBook
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😂😂😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 #LitsyHumor

Texreader This one took me a minute to get. Love it!! 2w
Slajaunie 🤣🤣 2w
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