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Someday, Someday, Maybe | Lauren Graham
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I finished the tagged book during my daily Candy Crush time, and I loved it. It‘s fun, funny, emotional, and perfectly in tune with that state of being where you‘re desperately trying to figure out what it seems like everyone else in your situation has already mastered. #deweysapril2024 #audiogaming

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Arvena
Wife | Meg Wolitzer
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Panpan

I was so disappointed after all the praises to this book. Totally mediocre and wearying book about practically nothing. Characters were unlikable people, their behavior was stupid and incomprehensible...

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Arvena
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Mehso-so

There was a lot going on! A book within a book, lots of secrets and quite interesting story line, but the story was unrealistic and at times cringe-worthy. Everything felt forced.

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EatSleepRead
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Pickpick

Audiobook pick:
If you like character driven novels, you will likely enjoy this. I usually need more action, but this was actually well paced. The backstories were good. I got invested in all their broken stories and how they converged.

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AardvarkBookClub
Expiration Dates | Rebecca Serle
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From the New York Times bestselling author of In Five Years and One Italian Summer comes a love story that will define a generation. Being single is like playing the lottery. There‘s always the chance that with one piece of paper you could win it all.

#aardvarkbookclub #jointoday

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SilversReviews
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HISTORICAL FICTION - DRAMA

What a heartwarming, cozy, feel good read.....a sweet, nostalgic book...but with all good things there usually are regrets, heartbreak, and secrets.

You will be surprised at who/what the “good daughters” turn out to be and will also learn some fun agricultural facts about fruits and vegetables.

If you liked The Glass Castle, you will like this as well.

FULL REVIEW: https://tinyurl.com/7u5vzbjh

@therealjoycemaynard

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BookNAround
How to Build a Boat | Elaine Feeney
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Normally Ozzie won‘t model books for me but he‘s sleepy so I made it happen. 😂

Ruthiella 😻😻😻 7d
dabbe 🖤🐾🖤 6d
AnnCrystal 😘💕😻💝. 6d
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Expiration Dates | Rebecca Serle
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Pickpick

If this were the first Rebecca Serle book I‘d read I‘d say it was wonderful. I love the magical realism in her books, and this is a good one to pull you out of a slump. However I read One Italian Summer first and I loved it so much that this book paled a bit in comparison. While I would read them both again, if you haven‘t read any of her books I adored One Italian Summer.

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Night_Reader
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Pickpick

4.5/5 🌟

Set within the comforting walls of a bookstore, this quaint and heartwarming book artfully intertwines the lives of its characters as they grapple with societal pressures and personal struggles. Through the healing power of friendship, they discover solace, joy, and a newfound appreciation for mundane life. A delightful read for anyone seeking to appreciate the little things in life. ❤️