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DogearedJes

DogearedJes

Joined November 2017

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The Widow File by S. G. Redling
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Queens of Geek | Jen Wilde
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Day 18 of #novinbooks17: A Book Set in Your Country

As an American I feel like most books are set here. I chose this one because its about visitors to the country (even if its not a major point), plus its the first LGBT+ book I've read. A very light and enjoyable read, plus it open me up to a new type of book.

@bookisglee

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Go Ask Alice | Anonymous
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I chose book this as my pick for the Shadow prompt for the #TuneInToNovember hosted by @robothugs and @cinfhen. The reason is 3 fold: the shadow filled cover, the shadow in Alice's life, and the shadiness of it being an (falsely claimed) "Anonomous" book.

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Number the Stars | Lois Lowry
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That moment when someone tells you something that changes your life, shatters your innocence and/ or naivety, opens your eyes to the cruelty that exists in the world.

Number The Stars has always been one of my favorite books. I think that it holds a lot of lessons to be learned by young and old alike.

Tell - Day18 of #quotsynov17 hosted by @TK-421

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1. Being asked if I need help while I'm shopping.
2. Italy was amazing. So was Yosemite State Park.
3. American Gods by Neil Gaiman (635 pages)
4. Never been a holiday book reader. I did enjoy the Dash and Lily Books.
5. Who is your favorite book character?

Mine would probably be Auri from the KingKiller books or Art3mis from Ready Player One.

#friyayintro
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lisapizza anne shirley! 2y
bookloo Henry Winter! 2y
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