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Sharpeipup
Black Flamingo | Dean Atta
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Never seen a book with this award before. 🏆

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VioletMoonBooks
Pumpkin | Julie Murphy
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cdreincarnate
Pumpkin | Julie Murphy
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This book is every bit as endearing and heartwarming as the first two books in this series. You don‘t need to have read the prequels in order to enjoy this one, but I did appreciate that the finale offers a peek at the previous two couples and how they‘re doing now.

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VioletMoonBooks
Pumpkin | Julie Murphy
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Tera66 👏👏👏 3mo
rwmg I recognise all of them except the top left and bottom right. Who are they? 3mo
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Twocougs
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So honest and thoughtful. We experience Amrou‘s pain yet also his enlightenment and acceptance of who he authentically is. Loved it!!!! And I really want to see his drag show now😉

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PuddleJumper
The Black Flamingo | Dean Atta
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Pickpick

Beautiful book

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cerijones
The Black Flamingo | Dean Atta
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Started this last night and really loving it so far. Defo think this book will be an amazing read.

GondorGirl I really enjoyed this one! 😍 5mo
cerijones Me too ive read almost a hundred pages today already haha. 5mo
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VioletMoonBooks
Pumpkin | Julie Murphy
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Waylon Russell Brewer is a fat, openly gay boy stuck in the small West Texas town of Clover City. His plan is to bide his time until he can graduate, move to Austin with his twin sister, Clementine, and finally go Full Waylon, so that he can live his Julie-the-hills-are-alive-with-the-sound-of-music-Andrews truth.
#Pumpkin #JulieMurphy #Dumplin #book #books #bookgeek #bookgeeks #bookgeeky #bookgang #YoungAdult #LGBT #Contemporary #Romance 🤎🤎🤎🤎

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Soubhiville
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A heartfelt memoir about growing up in a Muslim household as a queer non-binary person. Amrou truly loves their parents and they love them, but their culture makes their coming out really difficult for all of them. Hearing how they grow and about their self discovery is both heartbreaking and inspiring. Things that will stick with me: their love for their mother, music, and their drag family.
#getTBR
Content Warnings in spoilers⬇️

Soubhiville I thought this audio was great, read by author, but content warnings include- homophobia, racism, Islamaphobia, verbal and sexual abuse, bullying, and probably more. 6mo
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