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oddandbookish
His to Defend | Rhenna Morgan
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This was a great contemporary alpha male romance. I‘ve never read a book about a modern day mobster so I wasn‘t quite sure what to expect, but I ended up loving the dynamics.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2019/11/19/review-his-to-defend-nola-knights...

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Jess_Read_This
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3.5-4⭐️ I enjoyed this one. I like Janetti‘s writing and humor. This is different than his IG account. It‘s more introspective and ruefully reminiscing as he reveals snapshots of his life. Janetti almost takes on a Walter Mitty approach to life in his imaginings of various scenarios in his head which show us, he‘s a dreamer at heart. He admits to being petty. He is. Yet, this book reveals he‘s human. It‘s a combo of humor and partial memoir.

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oddandbookish
Lady Jayne Disappears | Joanna Davidson Politano
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This book was like Jane Eyre meets a Charles Dickens novel and I loved it. It‘s like Jane Eyre in the sense that the main character is living in a mysterious house with people above her station. Similar to a Dickens novel, this book deals with and shed light on some unsavory things about the Victorian era like debtors‘ prison.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2019/11/17/review-lady-jayne-disappears/

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Stevenjohntait
Vagabundo | Steven-John Tait
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Request it on #netgalley today before you're too late! 4.45 stars average on #goodreads. A serious book that will make you stop and think. #Literature

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oddandbookish
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This book was absolutely amazing!

The story is very simple but very profound. There are lots of little pieces of wisdom sprinkled throughout that really hit me hard. For example, this was one of my favorite passages:

“Sometimes I feel lost,” said the boy.
“Me too,” said the mole, “but we love you and love brings you home.”

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2019/11/16/review-the-boy-the-mole-the-fox-a...

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oddandbookish
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This was a very heartfelt and touching book.

The depression representation was really well done. It showed what depression looked like and how it affects not only the person with it, but also their loved ones.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2019/11/12/review-when-the-stars-lead-to-you...

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SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime
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An intriguing story with an interesting premise. Combining historical fiction, suspense and a paranormal magical realism, I had a tough time putting this book down. While this book is quite depressing at times, showcasing the brutality of humanity and the many injustices in life, it really makes you think and feel. In stores tomorrow, 11/12/2019.

Thanks to #Goodreads and #OrbitBooks for a free eARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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Astroneman
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IheartYA
Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo
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sharread
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This tiny handheld book offers a wealth of knowledge. Using the most recent studies the authors condensed the material in easy to follow helpful guides and tips along with memorable simple graphics. Thank you #stmartinsessentials for this book I won on #goodreads #MrBook1inaMillion #24B4Monday #litsypartyofone