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The Scholar's Heart | Antonia Aquilante
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Mehso-so

Finished my oldest #netgalley ARC! I was worried when I realized this was actually a later title in a series but while reading it, i realized that each book is set in the same world but follows diff couples. A cute read but I felt it focused too much on things like family and children, though I loved the pushback on traditional gender roles. Some of the magic was also interesting and I was really curious about learning more. Typical romance tropes

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coffees
The Scholar's Heart | Antonia Aquilante
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I never really understand these location markers for kindle titles 😂 but this is another of my #netgalley titles I started a few days ago. Didn't get very far but def plan to finish. This is my oldest #AugustArc title 😱 it's only the first chapter but there are many convenient things happening #lgbtq #gay #queer @Clwojick

Clwojick Agreed! Why can‘t it just say page 1/358 etc. 5mo
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BehindthePages
Ardulum: The First Don | J. S. Fields
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Pickpick

Ardulum First Don will take readers on a journey across the galaxy as the main characters embark on a quest to find answers and try to keep those they care about safe. A wide array of cultures will be introduced, and readers will find themselves immersed in a multicultural world filled with various cultures, beliefs, and representations. #spaceopera #scifi

Review https://www.behindthepages.org/post/ardulum-first-don-by-j-s-field-book-review

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DuchessMerry
The Cruel Prince | Holly Black
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I‘ve made it to 130 pages but I‘m still not loving it. Is it worth it? #worthit #thecruelprince #struggle #shouldikeepreading

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BooksMcD
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This book was a #struggle for me to get through.

It‘s one of those books where I‘m enjoying it while reading it, not quite captivated but interested enough, but when I put it down I don‘t really want to pick it back up again and I can‘t figure out why 🤷‍♀️

I have 63 pages left and we‘re getting through this right now come hell or high water!

marleed Oh dang, I really liked it. It‘s always interesting to read opposing opinions! 3y
BooksMcD I just finished it and overall I enjoyed it. The last 63 pages, including the author‘s note about how much was true, helped a lot. Endings are big for me. I liked the neat end of the fictional story but also I‘m glad so many bits were true. I occasionally thought I‘d enjoy a non-fiction account of women WWI spies or a limited tv series of this story more. I liked this book and still recommend people read it, but it‘s not my personal fave. 3y
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IndoorDame
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TheSpineView 🤩🤩🤩 3y
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Lcsmcat
Collected Sonnets | Edna St. Vincent Millay
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TheSpineView 😊😊😊 3y
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Eggs
Poems | William Ernest Henley
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TheSpineView I love this poem! Glad you choose it!💜💜💜 3y
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EadieB
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Slajaunie 💙💙💙💙 3y
TheSpineView 💜💜💜 3y
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