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bookandbedandtea
Field Notes on Love | Jennifer E. Smith
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I love the word gobsmacked and feel that it should get a lot more use. 😁 Also, I've only just started this book but I'm completely charmed so far by Mae's dads and Hugo's siblings.

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Kshakal
Obnoxious Jerks | Stephen Manes
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OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚😊 2h
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Anita
Dear Haiti, Love Alaine | Maika Moulite, Maritza Moulite
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Liking this so far!

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TiaSproule05
Squashed | Joan Bauer
Bailedbailed

I didn‘t love it, it didn‘t really pull me in at all. Not my interest in a good book.

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thebacklistbook
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Currently my bookish self can be described as ambitiously scaling tbr. Favorite place to read is a sunroom or screened in veranda. Failing that, a Papa San chair/sofa. Can't really answer this one yet. Maybe I'll remember to comment at the end of the year :)
#wondrouswednesday anybody who cares to join in here's your sign.

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RachelO
Dear Haiti, Love Alaine | Maika Moulite, Maritza Moulite
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lele1432 Yayyy!!! 2d
eraderneely 😍that cover! 2d
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coffeesugar
Dig | A. S. King
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This book is... changing me. Reshuffling the pieces of me. Unfolding things and worlds I had just the vaguest grasp on. It took me a while to get into its strangely meandering, dry writing - to let it enter and infect my system, which is fitting for a book so ripe with mentions of bodies and things growing and dying under the earth - but boy, it was worth it. I'm rushing through the last sixty pages and I found myself choking back sobs on the bus.

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cosmicv1bes
Watch Us Rise | Rene Watson, Ellen Hagan
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Pickpick

words can‘t even begin to describe how much i loved this book. the feminism in Watch Us Rise speaks to me on a much different level than other books i‘ve read before. the actions taken by chelsea and jasmine are so in check with my beliefs and i felt so inspired while reading this. the book also goes through real high school problems, which made the book feel more realistic. this might be my favorite book ever! everyone should read this.

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BookishBelle
Sword and Pen | Rachel Caine
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Pickpick

I didn‘t realize this was the last book of the series until I read the author‘s afterword. It was a fitting ending to the series. Just as good as all the other books. Finished today as my first book of 2020. Thanks #insomniareading! 🙃

julesG 👏👏👏👏 4d
Hooked_on_books I just wanted to touch base about LMPBC. I haven‘t seen you post about either book I‘ve sent, so I wanted to make sure they found their way to you. 14h
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