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Read-y_Picker
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It's time for my very first #Readingbracket! I always think hey, that's a fantastic idea! In December. When I can no longer remember anything.
Thank you to @chasjjlee for the great graphic this year!

I got lucky with many fantastic reads this month but the tagged really stood out and I need to spread the word.

Runner up also with 5⭐️ is The Vanishing Type, 5th book of the Secret, Book & Scone Society. My favourite of the series hands down!

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Maria514626
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#readingbracket #readingbracket2022
I read so many good books this year. It was helpful, and fun, to have a way to narrow them down.

Thanks to @Pogue for recommending my #1 book (#lmpbc)!

And thanks to @chasjjlee for the layout!

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CBee
Fresh Water for Flowers | Valrie Perrin
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I‘ve read SO many amazing books this year, but (and I knew this months ago) Fresh Water For Flowers captured my heart and held on tight ♥️ #readingbracket #thatsawrap #goodbye2022 @chasjjlee

MicheleinPhilly I need to read that and Three in 2023. 1mo
CBee @MicheleinPhilly I plan to read Three soon, hopefully! And yes, yes, yes, read Fresh Water. It‘s beautiful. 1mo
BarbaraBB A worthy winner! 1mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
Remarkably Bright Creatures | Shelby Van Pelt
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I'm calling it early.
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I read a lot of really good and fun books this year. I hope 2023 is just as good.

Bklover I can‘t wait to read Remarkably Bright Creatures! 2mo
vlwelser This is a good call. I loved that one. 2mo
BkClubCare Woo hoo! (edited) 2mo
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Amandajoy I love your bracket set-up. I may try this next year. And Remarkably Bright Creatures looks so good 2mo
Larkken Lots of good books throughout this bracket!! 1mo
wen4blu It was one of my favorites this year! 1mo
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CBee
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Finished my November favorite yesterday, just in time 😊♥️ #readingbracket @chasjjlee

Cinfhen Woohoo!! 2mo
Amiable I am gobsmacked that another book beat out “A Constellation of Vital Phenomenon” because that one absolutely gutted me and I still think about it years later. I‘m going to have to run out and get “Fresh Water for Flowers” now! (edited) 2mo
CBee @Amiable it was a hard choice between those two, believe me! I cannot recommend Fresh Water enough - it could be my favorite of the year. I hope you read it, and love it as I do! 2mo
CBee @Amiable could I send Fresh Water to you as an early Christmas gift? I‘d really love to if you‘re game! E-mail me at cydneybean@gmail.com and let me know! 2mo
Amiable @CBee Oh my gosh, that‘s so nice of you! Thank you! I will email you. 2mo
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CBee
When Women Were Dragons | Kelly Barnhill
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September favorite read! #readingbracket @chasjjlee

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Texreader
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I‘m at a loss. It‘s between the penguin and the cat. I loved them both. I‘m going to have to think seriously on which was the better book. Aaaagh! #readingbracket #readingbracket2022

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IndoorDame
Untitled | Unknown
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A picture is starting to emerge on this #ReadingBracket

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CBee
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No question about what my August fave is (tagged). It was a hard choice between July and August though! Ultimately girl power wins big 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 #readingbracket @chasjjlee

5feet.of.fury The Change is tough to beat 5mo
CBee @5feet.of.fury right?? I loved it so much, it was perfect and came at exactly the right time for me. 5mo
5feet.of.fury @CBee definitely going to be one of my top of the year! 5mo
CBee @5feet.of.fury same 🙌🏻🙌🏻 5mo
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Texreader
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I remembered to complete my July #readingbracket. Another close decision between the tagged book & Chimpanzee Whisperer. This one won out because I love O‘Shea‘s writing style. And dang did I ever learn a lot about the medieval Christian sect of Cathars, and French and crusader history in Europe. I thought the crusades all occurred to retake Jerusalem over and over. And who knew there were Christians who believed in reincarnation? Review to come.