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The Birds of Opulence | Crystal Wilkinson
Pickpick

Beautifully written and conveyed. Real and sweet and sad, as all life is. An authentic look at a family and community over time. #ownvoices #readwomen

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Lea
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Pickpick

I didn‘t like this one as much as the first but it was still good. I‘m not into love triangles and this one feels forced. This one has more of a magic focus than the first. #readwomen #audiobook

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JSW
Pickpick

Really fun book! I enjoyed the characters, futuristic setting, and the completely nonchalant presentation of queer folks. Also loved Jess. #queerbooks #readwomen Fantastic book for pre-teens, teens, and adults.

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Lea
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Pickpick

Loved this new to me series. The characters are well developed and the witches and magic flow naturally as part of the story. The mystery is good and kept the story moving. The romance has a triangle but seems to favor one more than another. Looking forward to the next one. #readwomen #audiobook #cozymystery

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Lea
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Pickpick

This is between pick and so-so. I loved the first half but the second half kind of lost me. A little too much manifesting for me. #readwomen #audiobook #librarybook

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Lea
A Piece of the World | Christina Baker Kline
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Mehso-so

The writing is so easy to read. I found the story to be a little long and not overly interesting. I skimmed a lot. The last few chapters were good. #readwomen #bookclub #librarybook

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Lea
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Mehso-so

So...I don‘t listen to their podcast and I totally missed this was a self help book. I was expecting true crime. Since I‘m not already invested via the podcast, it‘s a book by two gals with mental illnesses talking about their lives and how they got here. It has some tips but they repeat they aren‘t trained in anyway to give the advice they give. I think you might have to be a fan to care about this book. #readwomen #audiobook #librarybook

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jchawkins
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#1001books #readaroundtheworld So I did a thing. I mostly cleaned up the nationalities from the complete GR list of authors in the tagged book. Then I got a complete list of countries/sovereign states. Then I combined the two. It should be viewable here: https://bit.ly/30y0xg7. Might add column for #readwomen later.

Read harder AND smarter, Littens. I don't know if I'll ever real all 1200+ books, but I want to read as diversely as possible.

Lucy_Anywhere Wow - awesome goal! Good luck 👏 5mo
suvata Impressive list 5mo
merelybookish Cool! Thanks for posting. 5mo
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Eyelit Very cool! Thanks for sharing! 5mo
BookwormM Cool 😎 5mo
BarbaraBB Very cool! Thanks for sharing 💕 5mo
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Lea
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Pickpick

This is an important book. It‘s one of those books you want to buy a million copies of and give to everyone (er, man, every man). It‘s also one of those books that will only be read by the people who already get it sadly. It will enrage you, make you want to burn it all down. But it‘s worth it. #readwomen #audiobook

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Lea
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Pickpick

I enjoy this series. This one was a little more predictable than the first. But overall I enjoyed the story and the mystery. The family dynamics play a big role in this one again, with different family members. The cats are there but less involved than the first one. Will look forward to the next. #readwomen #cozymystery

iread2much 😂 that‘s an awesome title 5mo
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