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Elizabeth2

Joined May 2016

Wife, Mama to 4 (plus two dogs), sister, friend, RE Operations Manager. Trying to get in as much reading as I can in this crazy life!
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The Love of My Life | Rosie Walsh
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This novel merges the intensity of a thriller with the emotional resonance of a love story, delivering a reading experience that is compelling and emotionally rich. The fast pace and propulsive writing create tension. The slow burn on the reveals adds layers of intrigue and suspense without sacrificing emotional depth and an underlying sense of hopefulness. Walsh has created a story that is both suspenseful and moving. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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A gripping, dark psychological thriller with morally ambiguous characters. Swanson's writing is propulsive & easily readable. The plot has just enough twists & surprise reveals without feeling over-the-top. I didn't realize until after that it‘s part of a series (noted as book # 1). I was satisfied with the ending and not sure how to feel about it being part of a broader story arc. Regardless, the book works well on its own. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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The Killing Room | Peter May
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Currently reading - Peter May is so good at suspenseful police procedural thrillers! Forever grateful to @Crazeedi and @EadieB for the introduction to him! ❤️📚

I need to update my Litsy account with reviews! I‘ve gotten behind. So busy with house projects and my visiting MIL, I haven‘t had much time to read, let alone write reviews. She‘s going to be with us through the end of the year, so I‘m hoping to settle into more of a routine soon. 💕

EadieB @Elizabeth2 I‘m glad you are enjoying the book! 3w
Crazeedi They're very good books! Hope you get to relax a bit! 2w
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Cara is in midlife and has been laid off. As a requirement of her unemployment benefits, she attends sessions with an employment counselor. This is the account of those visits, interspersed with the paperwork she completes. Cara is a good human to her soul. She loves fiercely, takes care of everyone around her to her own detriment. She doesn‘t always make the best decisions, but her heart is what matters. Excellent on audio. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5/5 ❤️📚

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Foster | Claire Keegan
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I listened to this on audio while I was painting doors. (We are in the midst of some renovations.) It‘s a novella set in rural Ireland about a little girl sent to live with another family for a summer. She doesn‘t know when she‘ll return home, but finds that this home is full of love, much different from the house she came from. I didn‘t want the story to end, much like the little girl felt at the end of her summer. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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Exploring themes of grief, starting over, finding oneself & family, this novel follows a woman rebuilding her life by running a family bookstore after a loss. It‘s a sweet, tender story with likable characters, but fell flat for me. Reading in short spurts contributed to a sense of detachment. The mystery of a family treasure felt underdeveloped & the story resolved too conveniently. Overall, a charming tale & an enjoyable read. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 /5 ❤️📚

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Advika and the Hollywood Wives | Kirthana Ramisetti
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This novel follows Advika, an aspiring screenwriter, and her whirlwind romance with Julian Zelding, an "A-list" producer. Their relationship takes a turn when Advika discovers that Julian is concealing his past and has a hidden agenda. An intriguing premise, but it fails to deliver on its potential because the novel lacks depth. This story could have been much more compelling. ⭐️⭐️.5/5 ❤️?

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Up next! ❤️📚 A friend passed this on after she finished it. Looking for a bit of a cozy read after the emotional toll of my last read.

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How does John Boyne make you laugh, rage and feel like crying all on the same page? This character driven novel follows the life of Cyril Avery. Cyril is funny, smart, and lovable. He‘s flawed, but not as much as the world in which he lives. This book is heartbreaking yet hopeful, and showcases a point in history of both Ireland and the US that is not very favorable. Cyril will stay with me for a long time. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ /5 ❤️📚

AmyG Loved this book…my favorite of his. (edited) 3mo
Leftcoastzen I love this book so much ! 3mo
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Advika and the Hollywood Wives | Kirthana Ramisetti
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My next audiobook. This one gets mixed reviews. So far, I‘m enjoying it. ❤️📚

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The Rachel Incident: A novel | Caroline O'Donoghue
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This one wasn‘t for me. Told in a meandering way between the present and the past, when a person from her past is brought up in conversation, Rachel remembers her formative years in her early 20s. I found Rachel to be insufferable. The decisions she made, the lack of any personal responsibility for her own situation, her deception…it was all too over the top. I kept listening to see how it would all end, and that was unsatisfying, too. ⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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Fantastic read! This was my book club‘s choice and my #bookspin for March. Told in a dual timeline between current day and the late 1700s, with three narrators (one present and two past), this story has twists and turns and a puzzle to solve. Caroline discovers a vial that takes her on a historical journey to uncover an apothecary‘s secrets. Strong female characters, self discovery and mystery, woven together into a fast paced novel. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Cupcake12 This has been on my TBR list for a long time x 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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The Rachel Incident: A novel | Caroline O'Donoghue
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Started this on audio today. Not sure how I feel about it yet. I‘m about 30% in, and I don‘t really like any of the characters. 🤷‍♀️ I am going to keep going because I don‘t hate it, but I already know this one won‘t be a 4⭐️ or 5⭐️ read. ❤️📚

BkClubCare I loved it! But it does have split opinions. I was all aboard, as they say. (I also did via audiobook) (edited) 3mo
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What a fun romp this was! High fantasy meets cozy, with a little romance. Viv is an Orc who is done with the bounty life and is looking to settle down. She wants to open a coffee shop - the first one in the city of Thune. She meets a quirky, lovable cast of characters along the way. Funny, hopeful, sweet. This is fantastic on audio - Travis Baldree is a voice talent turned author and voices his own book. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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#freebiefriday #litsylove

Favorite chunkster….I love a good chunkster! Favorites include the Outlander series, Paradise…probably my most recent favorite chunkster read was Johnathan Strange & Mr. Norrel. It was about 1,000 pages, a book club pick, and I didn‘t expect to like it. I ended up loving it! ❤️📚

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Read4life @TieDyeDude

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I am so intimidated by chunksters!! 3mo
Read4life I‘ve read the first 4 in the Outlander series and enjoyed them. 💙 3mo
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Sugar Queen | Sarah Addison Allen
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#freebiefriday #litsylove

It is hard to choose just one, but my favorite female author might be Sarah Addison Allen. I‘ve read almost every one of her books and have loved all of them. Tagging my favorite. ❤️📚

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TieDyeDude @Read4life

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love her! 💫 3mo
Read4life Great choice! Thanks for sharing. You‘re entered. 💙 3mo
peaKnit SAA is my favorite too and I re-read The Sugar Queen every winter. 🩷 🍭 3mo
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I started this one on audio a couple of days ago. I got attached to the characters in the prequel, so I‘m hoping I didn‘t ruin my experience with this book by reading that one first. This one takes place several decades later. It‘s fun so far and the narration is excellent. The author is a voice talent and lends his voice to his own work with these books. ❤️📚🎧

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Started this one tonight. It is my Book Club‘s current pick. It hooked me right away, and seems like it will be a fast read. ❤️📚

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Until I Find You | John Irving
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This one is not for me. I gave it 20% - 173 pages and I just can‘t. On to the rest of my mountainous TBR. This one is headed for my friend‘s Little Free Library. ❤️📚 #hailthebail

dabbe #hailthebail!!! 🤩🤩🤩 4mo
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BookSpinBingo | Untitled
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#Bookspinbingo for March! The Lost Apothecary is my Book Club book! So excited that it's also the #bookspin! With the #doublespin and two free spaces in the same row, maybe I will actually get a Bingo. I think it's possible! I finished a book for a FREE space last night, and It Didn't Start With You is a short, non-fiction/self help - although my aunt, who lent me the book, said there's lots of work involved while reading. Let's Go! ❤️📚

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Until I Find You | John Irving
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I‘m really struggling with this one…I‘m on page 173, which is 20% in (820 page book). The main character has aged from 4 to 8 years old. There‘s a lot of sexual content; way more than is okay with a main character that‘s only 8. I‘m grossed out. I really don‘t want to read this 8 year old‘s thoughts about what his body does, much less his actions. Those who have read this book, tell me, is it worth it to continue? 😒

dabbe I haven't read this one, but my instinct would be to say #hailthebail. 🤩🤩🤩 Life's too short, and there are too many excellent books out there that better fit your style. 🤩😍😃 4mo
Elizabeth2 @dabbe thanks once again for your support of the idea that not all books work for all people. ❤️ I‘m going to sit on it for tonight and do something other than read that book, but I‘m 99% convinced that tomorrow I bail. 4mo
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Bookshops and Bonedust | Travis Baldree
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What an entertaining, lively, cozy, sweet, fun read! I had not heard of “cozy fantasy” before listening to the Reading Glasses podcast, where host Mallory has talked about her love of the book Legends & Lattes often. This is the prequel and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I loved the quirky characters and even got choked up a little at the end. I‘m listening to Legends & Lattes next, but suggest starting with that one as it was pub‘d first. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

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BookSpinBingo | Untitled
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March #bookspin list. Let's Go! ❤️📚

I read six books in February, but didn't form a bingo. 🤦‍♀️🤷‍♀️ Maybe I will choose the books I read more wisely this month. That #bookspinbingo is so elusive for me.

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Until I Find You | John Irving
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My #doublespin for February. This chunkster will have to push into my March reading. 😉❤️📚 #clearmyshelves2024

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Identical | Ellen Hopkins
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This is a dark story about sexual abuse. Kaeleigh & Raeanne are twins from a prominent family. The secrets in this family run deep. The twins are the victims of their parent‘s abuse and neglect. How does a 16 year old girl cope with so much trauma in her life? Ellen Hopkins uses verse powerfully to tell their story. Fast paced and disturbing, this book will stay with you. Check trigger warnings - there are many. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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Identical | Ellen Hopkins
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I may have just figured out something about this book. 🤔🧐 Will have to keep reading to find out if I‘m right. About 25% in - it‘s dark and gritty, and full of potential triggers, but I love the way the author uses the verse. When the chapters change from one twin‘s perspective to the other, there are matching words on the opposing pages separated from the rest of the verse. So creative. It must have taken so much time and thought. ❤️📚

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Bookshops and Bonedust | Travis Baldree
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Started this one on audio this morning. Another podcast recommendation, sort of. The sequel to this book, Legends and Lattes, was recommended on one of my favorite bookish podcasts “Reading Glasses.” If I recall, they said you didn‘t have to read this first, but I‘m weird about reading series books in order, even if they can be standalone. 🤷‍♀️❤️📚🎧

KathyWheeler Legends and Lattes was published first. The tagged book is a prequel. There‘s an epilogue in this book that references the events of L & L. (edited) 4mo
Elizabeth2 @KathyWheeler ah! That makes sense. 😄 4mo
KathyWheeler @Elizabeth2 I loved them both and hope you enjoy them. (edited) 4mo
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Yellowface | R F Kuang
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I listened to this on audio. The narrator was fantastic. The book - not for me. #unpopularopinion It was fast paced, but the voice is so incredibly unlikable. I understand that this is the point, but it just wasn‘t for me. It is also a scathing look at the publishing industry. It hits you so hard over the head making its point, it wasn‘t enjoyable or funny. It was a truly interesting idea for a story, that just didn‘t work for me. ⭐️.5 /5 ❤️📚

dabbe #fanofthepan! 🤩🤩🤩 4mo
Elizabeth2 @dabbe omgosh, thank you! I was so nervous to post because I know how popular this book is. 😂 You‘ve made me feel better. 💕 4mo
dabbe @Elizabeth2 We need ALL voices for the books we read. All books are not for everybody. Plus, life's too short, and there are way too many books out there to read! Thank you for posting! 💚💙💚 4mo
BookNerd9906 I agree. I also did not care for this book. I find it difficult to like any book where I hate the main character. 4mo
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The No-Show | Beth O'Leary
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This novel opens with 3 women, all stood up by the same man. Told from their perspectives in dedicated chapters, this is a story of love, friendship, self love, loss and personal growth. I almost gave up on this because it dabbled in infidelity. If you find yourself in that place, just stick it out and trust the author to tell the story and bring it to a satisfying conclusion. It‘s creative and has more depth than the cover alludes. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 ❤️📚

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Yellowface | R F Kuang
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This year, I‘m trying something new by having a physical/e-book and an audiobook going at the same time. I‘ve heard this one is good on audio. A few weeks ago, I placed a hold through Libby on the audiobook from the library, but there was a 12 week wait. Today, I thought I‘d check Hoopla and it was there! Downloaded it and started it today! ❤️📚🎧

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The No-Show | Beth O'Leary
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Reading a rom-com I picked up from the library this week. Ready for something light after my last read. I‘ve never read Beth O‘Leary before, but have heard her mentioned on a couple of bookish podcasts I listen to. ❤️📚

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A beautifully written story about Count Alexander Rostov and his quiet, but full, life under house arrest at a hotel in Moscow. It‘s about making the most from your circumstances, finding purpose, found family. This novel is quiet, but full of lovable characters. The slow pace was hard for me. My rating is not a reflection of the book, but of where this book came to me in my reading life. I highly recommend it, and am glad I read it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 ❤️📚

Crazeedi One of my all time favorite books, I even remember where I was when I read it. Sooooo good 4mo
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The River We Remember: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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Picked up my mug for completing my local library‘s Winter Reading Program, and a few books, because they have those and I can‘t resist. I might have a problem. 😉❤️📚 #library #libraryprogram #librarybooks

Crazeedi I started the River we remember, then it went back to library, I'm waiting for it! It was another book I had to stop reading a bit, cause I knew something heartbreaking was coming....I know I'm crazy that way, but when I read I'm actually 'there's and it's stress!! 4mo
Elizabeth2 @Crazeedi I totally get that! I feel stress too when reading some books. I‘ve thrown a book because something horrific happened to a beloved character. 😂 4mo
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This is the 2nd book in the China Thrillers series. There have been a series of related gruesome murders that the main characters, a Chinese police detective and an American pathologist, need to solve. Not as good as the first, this is still a solid mystery, if a bit predictable. There is a lot of ancient Chinese history here that did not particularly interest me - it might interest some, but it just wasn‘t my cup of tea. ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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You've Got Bookmail | Leya Layne
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Thank you @EadieB for the surprise Valentine‘s #bookmail! You are always so thoughtful and generous with your book mail! 💕❤️💕 So excited to add these to my shelves! #bookmailisthebestmail

EadieB @Elizabeth2 You‘re welcome! Enjoy the books! 4mo
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Just started this one on audio. It‘s the second book in the China Thrillers series by Peter May. ❤️📚

Crazeedi Great series! 5mo
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Kala: A Novel | Colin Walsh
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Kala is told both in the past - the story of 6 teenagers coming of age when one of them goes missing, and the present the POV of 3 of these friends as they grapple with the past and uncover the secrets of the small Irish town where they grew up. It is intense, very dark, but beautifully written. Slow at first, it then had me on the edge of my seat as the mystery is unraveled. The ending was not entirely satisfying. ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 /5 ❤️📚 …more⬇️

Elizabeth2 I listened to this on audio and it was excellent. Three different narrators tell the story in their Irish brogue. It did get a little confusing when the story shifted between past & present. *trigger warnings* make sure you check them out before reading if you have triggers. This book is violent, intense and very dark. Trigger warnings are spoilers though. 5mo
Elizabeth2 Trigger warnings: animal abuse (graphic), suicide, alcohol abuse, incest (mild), bullying, drug use, violence (graphic), human torture. 5mo
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Just Like February: A Novel | Deborah Batterman
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February #bookspinbingo. Let‘s Go! ❤️📚

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Kala: A Novel | Colin Walsh
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Wow! I‘m about 80% through this audiobook. It‘s very dark, and I‘m on the edge of my seat! Lots of trigger warnings for this one, so make sure you seek those out if you have subjects you don‘t want to come across in your reading. A few are posted in the first comment. They are spoilers, so only look if you have triggers. ❤️📚

Elizabeth2 Triggers: animal abuse, suicide, human torture, alcohol abuse, incest, attempted rape, graphic violence 5mo
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Just Like February: A Novel | Deborah Batterman
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February #Bookspin List! I love how this list takes some of the guesswork out of what I am reading next, so it isn't so overwhelming to pick my next read. ❤️📚 My goal this year is to #clearmyshelves2024, so all but three of these are on my bookshelf. The three that are not physical books that I own, will be audiobook listens from the library. Let's Go!

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My #doublespin for the month of January. ❤️📚#clearmyshelves2024

Crazeedi One of my most favorite books ever 5mo
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The Firemaker | Peter May
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This thriller has a slow start and initially unlikable characters, but gives way to a good mystery. The character development along the way begins to make the characters more likable. This is the first book in a series with a Chinese police detective and an American pathologist. Peter May has researched extensively to write this series based in China. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 #clearmyshelves2024 #serieslove2024

This is my #bookspin for January.

Crazeedi This was a great series, I've liked every book I've read by this author 5mo
Elizabeth2 @Crazeedi he‘s so good! His Lewis Trilogy was phenomenal! I‘m looking forward to reading the next one in this series. 😃 I have you and @EadieB to thank for introducing me to him. 5mo
EadieB @Elizabeth2 Great to hear you are enjoying Peter May‘s books. I love him too! 5mo
Crazeedi @Elizabeth2 agree and @EadieB introduced me to him too!! 5mo
TheAromaofBooks I've enjoyed other books by this author before - this series has been on my radar for a while!! 5mo
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Kala: A Novel | Colin Walsh
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Listening to this on audio as I clean today. I‘m embracing audiobooks more this year, in an attempt to get more reading in on my busier days. A group of friends, now in their 30s, grappling with the aftermath of one of their group going missing when they were teens and a town that‘s full of its own secrets. I heard the audio of this book was a good one with 3 narrators, and beautiful Irish brogue and proper place name pronunciation a plus!

Jari-chan Audio books make chores so much more fun! 5mo
Elizabeth2 @Jari-chan they really do! 🙂 5mo
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The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi | Shannon Chakraborty
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What an adventure! ❤️📚 A middle aged, female, foul-mouthed pirate, who is a Mom and also kicks ass? Yes, please! This epic novel has magic, demons, otherworldly creatures, peril, found family, and SO much imagination! The conclusion is utterly satisfying, but also leaves the door wide open for more adventure. Do yourself a favor and listen to this on audio. The narration is fantastic and it absolutely added to the experience. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 /5 ❤️📚

Sapphire Agree the narration was wonderful 4mo
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The Firemaker | Peter May
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I am thankful that @EadieB introduced me to Peter May. I thoroughly enjoyed the Lewis trilogy by him. Eadie sent me several of his books and this one has been on my shelf for a bit and is my #bookspin for January. #clearmyshelvesin2024 ❤️📚

EadieB @Elizabeth2 Nice! Hope you enjoy it! 5mo
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The Adventures of Amina Al-Sirafi | Shannon Chakraborty
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Listening to this one on audio. Covid has hit our house and I‘m the only one left standing. This has kept me entertained while I‘m washing, and disinfecting, making homemade soup, and delivering meals and drinks to my 4 patients. Really enjoying the adventure and humor so far! ❤️📚

DaveGreen7777 Hope your family feels better soon! 🙏 5mo
Elizabeth2 @DaveGreen7777 thank you! They are all on the mend. ❤️ Seems to be relatively mild - like a bad cold. Fatigue and headache were the chief complaint early on, but pass in a day or two. My oldest son has a wicked sore throat, but the others‘ sore throats were mild. 5mo
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A High-End Finish | Kate Carlisle
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This is the first book in a cozy mystery series featuring Shannon Hammer, owner of a home remodeling company in the small coastal California town of Lighthouse Cove. People keep turning up dead, and Shannon is at the center of it all. An easy read and really enjoyable. A little side maybe-romance happening, a fun cast of characters. I‘m looking forward to more in the series, and I‘ve been told this one is a Hallmark movie. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 ❤️📚

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BookSpinBingo | Untitled
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#bookspinbingo for January. #bookspin is The Firemaker by Peter May and #doublespin is A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. I‘m currently reading A High-End Finish (started on January 1), so maybe a shot at a bingo with the double spin? Let‘s go!

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Looks fantastic!!! 6mo
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BookSpinBingo | Untitled
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January #bookspin list time! I‘m excited to rejoin this challenge this year as I challenge myself to #clearmyshelvesin2024 and concentrate on reading books I own. ❤️📚 Let‘s go! Thanks to @TheAromaofBooks for taking the time each month to offer up this fun reading activity! 😙

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 6mo
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A High-End Finish | Kate Carlisle
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This was a Christmas gift from my youngest son (almost 17). He went online, plugged in some keywords he thought would interest me (including books that have been made into Hallmark movies) and picked this book. It‘s a series, so he made sure it was the first one. He was so excited to tell me about how he chose it and that I can watch the movie when I‘m done reading it, and that touched me so very much. 🥰 ❤️📚

Aims42 Awww, I love the story too 🥹 6mo
RebelReader That is so sweet! He put a lot of thought into it. 6mo
Elizabeth2 @RebelReader he really did! And he was just so excited for me to read it. So special. ❤️🥰 6mo
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Elizabeth2 @Aims42 right?! I think no matter whether I like the book, it will be one of my favorites. ❤️🥹 6mo
Mollyanna What a kid! He really wanted to make sure you would enjoy! I‘m sure every time you think of this book it‘ll put a smile on your face. 6mo
CoffeeK8 That is really sweet! 6mo
Elizabeth2 @Mollyanna @CoffeeK8 🥰❤️ So sweet! 6mo
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