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Kangaj1
The Therapist | B A Paris
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@Jerdencon #NewYearWhoDis @monalyisha I started the tagged book tonight and it is delishously creepy! These are my next two print reads for Jan.

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Chelsea.Poole
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This is why #NYWD is so grand — I‘ve discovered an excellent read that was completely unknown to me prior to appearing on @Mitch ‘s list. Memory is an inmate in a Zimbabwean prison. She‘s writing her life story to someone who may be able to help her out of her situation, which allows readers to gain insight into her tragic childhood, and series of events that led Memory to where she is now. Tragic. My second read for #NewYearWhoDis

vlwelser It even matches your decor. 😍 7h
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Kdgordon88
The Four Winds | Kristin Hannah
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Mehso-so

I have not read a book by Hannah in years and years. The Four Winds is set during the Great Depression and dust bowl years. It is a hard, harrowing tale about a piece of American history that I haven‘t read much about. Even though it put me through the wringer I was mostly on board until the end. If it had been a physical book I would have thrown it across the room. Sorry for my unpopular opinion. #NewYearWhoDis

JamieArc I‘ve only read The Great Alone, but couldn‘t stand the relentless suffering. I may read some of her earlier books, but these type of books are not for me. 7h
ChaoticMissAdventures I live an unpopular opinion! I always place her in a chick lit - bookcluby books that are not my jam. Her books always seem so unnecessarily depressing! 6h
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BarbaraJean
Exhalation: Stories | Ted Chiang
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“People are made of stories. Our memories are not the impartial accumulation of every second we‘ve lived; they‘re the narrative that we assembled out of selected moments.”

Still finding these stories so fascinating and thought-provoking!

#NewYearWhoDis @Blaire @monalyisha

monalyisha Great quote! 🙌🏻 10h
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Jerdencon
What Comes After: A Novel | JoAnne Tompkins
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About it 50 pages in and hooked! #newyearwhodis
@Kangaj1 @monalyisha

JamieArc I put this on my #NYWD list as well! 12h
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Jerdencon
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Bookworm problems! When you have 3 ARC on your kindle and don‘t know which one to read first!
Plus trying to get through books for #literarycrew and #newyearwhodis

nichollinlove What?! The Bookwomans Daughter?! I cannot wait!! 8h
Kdgordon88 I‘m interested in all 3 of these books! 7h
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AbigailJaneBlog
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Read my first #NewYearWhoDis book for 2022 and I loved it - funny and brilliant and poignant. Massive thanks to @majkia for this recommendation!

@monalyisha

monalyisha Looked adorable! 13h
AbigailJaneBlog @monalyisha it was great! Very Pratchett-esque! 13h
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TheKidUpstairs
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Anyone who drops a Clue reference into a chapter heading is my kinda person. Loving this #NewYearWhoDis pick so far @monalyisha The blend of laugh out loud humour, thought provoking commentary, and heartbreaking moments (I've already cried once) is beautiful and perfect. I want him to be my friend.

allureofbeauty Oh I love that. I adore Clue. 21h
wanderinglynn That‘s awesome! That‘s one of my favorite scenes. 21h
monalyisha He‘s so witty, & smart, & relatable — & his pop culture references are on-point! 21h
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DebinHawaii
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A enthusiastic pick! I💙this book, the story, the messages, the characters. It gave me all of the feels & with tough workdays, it was great to read a few chapters each night. I held out reading the last 50-ish pages because I wasn‘t ready for it to end. A big MAHALO to @Chrissyreadit for having it on your #NewYearWhoDis list which finally pushed me to buy & read it. Now I may get the audiobook with one of my Audible credits & listen to it. #NYWD

CoffeeNBooks This was one of my favorite books I read in 2021! 2d
Chrissyreadit Yay!!! I have @CBee to thank for encouraging me to read it ❤️ #blameitinlitsy 2d
Yoricke_SouthAfrica One of the most amazing books I read ever, and my favourite book of 2021! 2d
CBee @Chrissyreadit you‘re welcome!! So cool it ended up on your #NYWD list ♥️♥️♥️ 1d
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michellelav
Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier
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Rebecca, what an amazing novel. I completely understand why that would be a classic! Living in Rebecca's shadow is not easy for the new Mrs. De Winters, every room in Manderley makes her think of her husband's late wife. How will she overcome the ghosts of Manderley's past?

This is from @thegreensofa #newyearwhodis list! Absolutely loved it. 😁❤📚

thegreensofa So happy you enjoyed it. I was sceptical to read it before I started but when I did I couldn‘t put it down! Definitely a great atmospheric read! 💚 1d
michellelav @thegreensofa I really did! I loved how we could feel what she was feeling throughout the novel 💕 1d
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