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thegirlwiththelibrarybag
The Devil Makes Three | Tori Bovalino
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So May has been a wash for “actual reading” but acquiring is a different story…

I “fell over” in a bookstore and several op shops 🤷🏻‍♀️

Anyway, this one has a secret tunnel under a school library and a devil in a book bound prison. It had me at “he‘ll murder in the stacks”

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VioletMoonBooks
A Cold Legacy | Megan Shepherd
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Christy2318
Mexican Gothic | Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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Pickpick

The pacing was a little off. I didn‘t mind the slow build up at the beginning because that is very very much the norm for #gothic stories, but the ending felt a bit rushed. I liked all the tropes & I‘d totally watch an adaptation. 🍄🍄🍄🍄#20in4 6:55 in

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bthegood
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No matter what I may finish for #20in4 @Andrew65 I already know my book for May is the tagged one - first Boyne I have read and I loved it!!
#2022ReadingBracket @chasjjlee

Make a great day everyone - 🏊

Andrew65 A wonderful author who has written some great books. 5h
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KathyWheeler
Cell (Revised) | Stephen King
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Pickpick

There are some things I don‘t particularly care for in this book — for instance, why are there so few women among the good guys? But the story is good and fast moving. I think many people will probably hate the ending, but I like it. I noticed this time around that there are some similarities to The Stand, which was interesting. The temps were in the high 70s and low 80s, so it was a lovely day to walk. #audiowalk

suvata I loved the ending too 7h
KathyWheeler @suvata 👍🏼 6h
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swynn
City of Ghosts | Victoria Schwab
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Mehso-so

(2018)

Listened to this one on audiobook, mostly during a long drive. I'm not a great ear-reader, so that might be part of my middling response, but maybe also that I'm not the target audience. Others have loved it, so take that FWIW.

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ReadingOver50
Crota: A Novel | Owl Goingback
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My plans for a relaxing 3 day weekend. Currently reading Crota.

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Evita
Pickpick

3 out of 5

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Andrea4
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Mehso-so

How Jasper likes to wake up and cuddle dad!
I feel like I missed half the story by not understanding the Japanese "creatures" they kept mentioning. Lack of depth and clarity of understanding ruined the enjoyment. I'm sure if you knew the culture, this would make much more sense. I also couldn't connect with the characters- they kept pointing out how they were tropes in a horror story and basically enacted these roles which made them very 2D.

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BookwormOfTheDamned
The Delicate Dependency | Michael Talbot
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Here's my book review for "The Delicate Dependency!"

https://youtu.be/A9s2QebjI-s