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Uralkodo
House of Sky and Breath | Sarah J. Maas
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tokorowilliamwallace

In a perfect world, they would have been. In a perfect world, they would have been allowed to have their little rebellions and take their little risks, and nothing would ever have touched them. We don't live in a perfect world. We never have. And on nights like this one, it seems like we never will...people try to dilute it...but the end result is always the same: dependency leads to craving, craving leads to madness, and madness, inexorably death

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Andrea4
Dreadful Company | Vivian Shaw
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Pickpick

I chose to end my night last night finishing this audiobook. Our new bedroom ♥️
I enjoyed this book again in terms of characters just as much as the first. The plot was a little less intriguing to me. But glittered up vamps 🤣☠️ also really loved the way they deal with CONSENT.
I'm definitely going in for the third!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful room 💚 1d
BarbaraBB Beautiful 😍 1d
Tamra Very cozy! 1d
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BookishBlonde12
Tithe | Holly Black
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Pickpick

“Welcome to the realm of very scary faeries”

🧚🏻‍♀️🧚🏽🧚🏼‍♂️

#fantasy #YA #urbanfantasy #fiction #fae #faeries #romance #paranormal #magic #pixie

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Bookfan1414
Wild Country | Anne Bishop
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Pickpick

It‘s not possible for me to explain just how much I love this book series and it‘s rich and vivid universe. It doesn‘t matter that I‘ve read this book well over 10 times. It remains an emotional lesson in found family, acceptance and growth. With a little growling and snarling to add character.

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AllisonM89
The Dreaming Place | Charles de Lint
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Pickpick

Another bit of De Lint perfection

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AllisonM89
The Dreaming Place | Charles de Lint
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AllisonM89
The Dreaming Place | Charles de Lint
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❤️

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Clare-Dragonfly
Zoo City | Lauren Beukes
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Mehso-so

This is a strange book! I really liked the world built—when people feel a strong guilt, an animal appears that is connected to them. If the animal dies, the person does too, and the animal also seems to bring a magical ability. Zinzi has a Sloth and the ability to find lost objects. She‘s hired to find a missing teen girl. The story gets very violent and I felt it was lacking emotional depth.

@TheAromaofBooks This was my #doublespin for June

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3d
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AlizaApp
House of Sky and Breath | Sarah J. Maas
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Pickpick

The second in this urban fantasy series picks up only a few months after the last one ended, and it was so easy to get lost in this world again. Bryce and Hunt and Ruhn are great, as are the many side characters. Still a little TOO reliant on the Danika trauma (at this point what was she not lying about??) but loved the additional world building. Also a crazy ending that had me yelling IRL. Can‘t wait to see what‘s next!