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kspenmoll
Christmas Around the World | Mary D Lankford
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LeahBergen 😍😍 7h
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bookishbitch
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Current book club read. I already know it's going to break my heart.

annahenke I don‘t know if I can handle this one emotionally. Sounds amazing! 10h
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Kati15
Our Lady of Guadalupe | Lawrence G. Lovasik
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Pickpick

Today is my parents 38th anniversary and we celebrated by going to mass today for A Dia De Guadalupe. We had so much fun at the mass today and the music was amazing and beautiful like always.

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stuck.in.the.stacks
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Today on the blog we are celebrating another Themed Thursday with Haley's favorite books that involve cults in some form.

Check out her selections and let us know about your favorite cult stories!

https://stuckinthestacks.com/2019/12/12/themed-thursdays-the-twelve-days-of-cult...

#bookrecommendations #bookblogger #bookbloggerhub #bookblogs #themedthursdays

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Amandajoy
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1. Sitting inside with hot cocoa (spiked with Bailey‘s) watching it snow reading a book.
2. A Monster Calls
3. Which ever section I see first, usually new releases or fiction.
4. I‘ll tag a new one to me @BarkingMadRun

Thanks for the tag @BookNAround #wondrouswednesday

Eggs I can tell you were raised properly- adding Baileys to the cocoa 😂😂😂 1d
Amandajoy @eggs my Dad taught me well 😊 1d
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Taylor
The Savage Detectives | Roberto Bolao
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Panpan

The beginning section is fire 🔥 Unfortunately this novel is 650 pages (yes I read them all), and that opening with the visceral realists doing this and that, writing poetry and fucking about is not the majority of the book. (By the way, that part I just described is the really, really good stuff.) After that it descends into an illimitable stream of disparate first person narratives, which I just could not get into. That first section though!

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rachelm
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Yay! Got my book for #lmpbc #groupl today. Thanks @lele1432 ! I look forward to digging in.

lele1432 Yay!! I hope you like it! I wanted to hurry up and get it out to you, but I'm going to be sending an extra package your way lol. I wanted to add a couple of things. 😊 3d
rachelm @lele1432 you‘re too sweet!! 3d
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GatheringBooks
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Pickpick

#DearDecember Day 11: Here, the reader gets introduced to a little-known-artist named José Guadalupe Posada who popularized the “#festive bony figures calaveras,” often seen during the Day of the Dead. The book traces Posada‘s history as far back as 1852, the year he was born, along with a description of his huge family. My full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-bdI

Eggs Perfect 👌🏼 3d
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Viji
Lost Children Archive | Valeria Luiselli
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Perhaps it‘s just that we sense an absence of future, because the present has become too overwhelming, so the future has become unimaginable.

kspenmoll That quote! ❤️☹️ 3d
merelybookish There are so many poignant passages in this book! 3d
Viji It‘s definitely worth savoring. 3d
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Jolynne
Lost Children Archive | Valeria Luiselli
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The book shined for me with its telling of lost childhood and humanity.