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OutsmartYourShelf
Monster | C.J. Skuse
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Day 7 of #OminousOctober & word prompt is Monster.

YA horror set a boarding school.

#Scarathlon2022 #TeamSlaughter @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs @Clwojick

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BarbaraJean
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Yikes, but also 😂

I can‘t get over “Sitting smugly upon a disbelieving bottom” 🤣

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Roary47
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Pickpick

4✨ really like how this zombie book was written. The characters for me were not likeable especially in not being devoted to family or friends. One minute they make a promise to each other and then later they are breaking that promise without a care. Keeping in mind that this was a zombie book a lot of characters died and there was a lot of great suspense.

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CBee
We Were Liars | E Lockhart
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Pickpick

That twist was shocking! I thought I knew and very quickly realized I had no idea. Wow. Good read! This was my September #doublespin too 😊 just a little late 😂 @TheAromaofBooks

Librariana I thoroughly enjoyed this one too, sis, and did not see the end coming either! I picked up the prequel 18h
CBee @Librariana if it‘s got more twists like this one, I‘m down 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 15h
bookaholic1 I so loved this book 12h
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 11h
CBee @bookaholic1 it was great! 11h
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kera_11
Hello Girls | Brittany Cavallaro
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this is the second YA Thelma and Louise retelling I‘ve read this year and again, it‘s fine. Winona and Lucille both have awful home lives so they run away and go on a mini crime spree to leave the Midwest and find one of their mom‘s who abandoned them years ago. Winona is annoying. implied one has a crush on the other and then dropped it for the rest of the book is kinda queer-baiting and annoying. anticlimactic at best. super rushed ending.

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MaddieBrown3
First Test | Tamora Pierce
Mehso-so


Illustrator (if applicable): Chapter book
Date of Publication: Published May 23rd 2000
Genre: Fantasy
Brief Summary: This is a book about medieval times. This is a fantasy series that has a strong female lead. This is not like normal fantasy books. The female saves the day and continues to do so.
Side Note: Series

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kaarnalaiva
The Black Veins | Ashia Monet
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Some train reading today! I‘ve had this book on pause for I don‘t even remember how long, but I thought I‘d try to make some progress today.🚂📚

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TieDyeDude
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Bailedbailed

SPOILER RANT: Skip if you haven't and want to read the High Republic.

After reading everything involving the High Republic, I couldn't bring myself to invest my time in this final book of Phase 1. I was digging it for the most part, but Star Wars has always been about hope, and the Falling Star just ended in misery, with no clear plot forward, and they are doing a flash back 200 years for the next phase.

TieDyeDude I even tried this on 1.5x speed on audio, but I just could justify investing more time. I hope the next two phases are decent, but I'm definitely not going to go all in on the future releases until I see some reviews/synopsises. 1d
RamsFan1963 Is this book part of the regular High Republic series, or part of the YA series of Star Wars books? I liked The Fallen Star, but it did end on a downer. 1d
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allureofbeauty
Harrow Lake | Kat Ellis
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Bookoutlet haul. Have you guys read any of these or are there any I should move up the good old tbr list?

Clwojick The Arrangement was so good! 🖤 1d
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