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TheNerdyProfessor
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Super excited to be shipping out my #JolabokaflodSwap tomorrow! @MaleficentBookDragon thank you so much for hosting this awesome swap!

@SamAnne start watching your mailbox in a few days!!

SamAnne Woot woot! Yours will be headed out by Monday!!!! 2d
SamAnne @TheNerdyProfessor oh whoops—i guess I‘m sending to another Litten! 2d
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The Most Fun We Ever Had | Claire Lombardo
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I bought this book up during the summer but only now got around to reading it. It can be tempting to think all family dramas are the same, but this one is simply wonderful. Despite being 500 pages, it reads quickly. I loved the multiple perspectives given by each member of the family. This book has wit, charm, and heart, and is so relatable. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Crazeedi Sounds like a good read! 3d
TheBookStacker I love a good family saga 3d
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Trick Mirror | Jia Tolentino
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Anyone else freaking out about BOTM posting books on the 27th? I also added the tagged book but it wouldn't fit in my picture 😬

So.Many.Books 📖🔖

hes7 Yes! I was thinking we‘d have to wait until Friday, at least. 1w
annkuch13 It was definitely a nice surprise! 1w
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All This Could Be Yours | Jami Attenberg
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Few things bring me as much joy as a little bookshop decorated for the holidays ??⛄.

And of course I left with 3 books after claiming I was "JUST BROWSING" to my husband ....

julesG I'd say that is just browsing. You showed a lot of restraint. 😁 1w
jillrhudy Yes, “shopping” starts at 5 books. 1w
ravenlee But they followed me home! 1w
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The Gone Dead: A Novel | Chanelle Benz
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This is a short novel that focuses on the death of a Black poet in the deep South. I enjoyed the author's writing style - she did a great job keep suspense and mystery without relying too heavily on cryptic cues. While the mystery was well developed, the ending was a bit rushed. I wanted a greater sense of closure at the end but enjoyed the journey of reading this one. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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How Not to Die Alone | Richard Roper
Mehso-so

I liked the overall premise and am glad to get this off my to TBR, but I wouldn't rush to recommend this to anyone. A bit predictable and, by the end, I was annoyed with the frequent references to some secret in the main character's past.This was also a book focused on plot rather than character development - so it lacked some depth. A quick and easy read. ⭐⭐⭐/5

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How Not to Die Alone | Richard Roper
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This book was one of my #BOTM selections earlier in the year. The premise intrigued me but for some reason, it ended up in the middle of my TBR pile. There have been some comparisons between this book and Eleanor Oliphant. I'm about 60 pages in and I can certainly see how this gives off some Eleanor vibes. Hoping this one will pull me out of my recent reading slump.

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Let's Hope for the Best | Carolina Setterwall
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Mehso-so

I'm the first to admit that I have an unhealthy attraction to really sad, soul breaking books. And yet... This one was endlessly sad. I kept thinking maybe the author would provide some semblance of hope or optimism... Yet, that time never comes. I found the narrator unlikeable and sometimes hard to feel empathetic toward. Because this book was based on a true story, I was more inclined to review it favorably (out of guilt). ⭐⭐⭐

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I've been a little underwhelmed with the #BOTM selections over the last few months. Decided to give this one a try. Hoping it was a good selection.

TheBookStacker I picked this one as well, I really enjoyed her other book 1mo
OnlyYoo I picked this one too! I‘m really excited for it. I learned about it in my psychology classes and found it super interesting 1mo
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Juliet the Maniac | Juliet Escoria
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This book is intense. I find it easiest to read it a little at a time, rather than to binge it - it helps with digesting the heaviness of the author's experiences.

Is this an easy read? No.

Is it an important one? Absolutely.

Nidhi_Ashok What is it about? Not asking for spoiler but genre 1mo
TheNerdyProfessor I would call it a non-fiction novel: based in part on the author's experiences of adolesence and have bipolar. Specifically, how it feels to have BP, and her subsequent placement in a therapeutic boarding school. It has been compared to Girl Interrupted. 1mo
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Pickpick

I have been in such a reading slump the last month. I couldn't seem to focus and started and stopped several books. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was just what I needed to get back into reading. It is salacious enough to hold attention but also covers some serious issues. I completely understand the hype surrounding this one. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

HOTPock3tt One of my fave books!! ♥️ 1mo
rather_be_reading yes!! i was in a slump too and this kicked me into gear!! 3w
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After years of trying, my husband and I finally are expecting a baby of our own. Our wedding was literary themed and now so is our baby announcement! I can't wait to start buying all the kids' books! #plottwist

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The Risk of Us | Rachel Howard
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Picked up this powerhouse of a novel yesterday. What does it mean to be a parent? How much can you give before you break? Does the heart truly have the capacity to love even when the child you so desperately want to connect with is so broken? What if what you dreamed of isn't what your life turns out to be? A raw, unflinching look at fostering a child and the toll it takes on the adults who so greatly desired a child.

Hoopiefoot I added this to my TBR solely because of the WVU background 😆 2mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Hoopiefoot Go Mountaineers 😂 2mo
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Yellow Dog Bookshop | Columbia, MO (Bookstore)
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How precious is this bookstore? 😍 #shoplocal #indie #midwestbookstore

Crazeedi I love it! 2mo
marleed Very! 2mo
Freespirit Love the name! 2mo
Tamra It‘s ideal! 2mo
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Due to terrible storms in Chicago, my flights were cancelled yesterday. Finally getting out on a flight today but I finished my book before my connecting flight 😱 Stopped at a store in the airport and picked up this little book to help see me through my travels!

Tamra Sounds like a good one! 2mo
ravenlee Good luck getting home! 2mo
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Grateful that Riley Dog isn't as devious as the characters in this novel.

OriginalCyn620 So cute!!! 🐶❤️ 3mo
Suet624 Awww...💕 3mo
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Panpan

Sometimes a book just isn't for you. Reading this was incredibly painful - it felt slow, predictable, and unbelievable. I felt the relationship between Sylvia and Lukas to be very odd - and was surprised no one else in the book seemed to take issue with it. Others have said that this is more family drama than mystery (which I'm okay with), but I just never connected with the characters and mostly couldn't wait to just be done with it. ⭐⭐/5

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The weather is just gorgeous today. Snuck outside for a little reading time before dinner needs to be prepared. I'm about halfway through the tagged book and finding it to be a bit of a slog. The storyline is intriguing but it seems to move at a snail's pace. Also, some of the dialogue seems a bit odd . Plugging along, simply so I can move on to something else.

MyNamesParadise That‘s how I felt at times too when I was reading it. I think it was marketed improperly. It ended up being a “so-so” rating for me. 3mo
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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WOW. Tara Westover spoke to my soul. My experience is no where near Tara's, but I related to her struggles to reconcile her multiple selves: before and after education. In my own life, it has been difficult to evaluate the values and "truths" of my childhood through the lense higher education affords. It isn't easy but there is beauty in the transformation. I devoured this book in one weekend. It's heartbreaking, gut wrenching, and inspiring.

cherinium I get you. A college education drove a wedge between myself and my family (immediate and extended). I am the only one that pursued education beyond high school (except an aunt who is also not well accepted in the family). It is very hard to relate to one another now. My life experiences since HS have just made me view the world very differently than they do. Tagged book explores a similar theme. I was born in the featured city. 3mo
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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This book feels like fiction. It actually reminds me quite a bit of Fourth of July Creek - except it's based on real events. Completely mind blowing.

*Miss Daphne refused to look at the camera even when I begged her 😂

Reviewsbylola Loved this book but yes, mind blowing! 3mo
Catsandbooks Miss Daphne just wanted you to get her best angle 💖😂 3mo
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MrsMalaprop Just discussed it at my book club last week 👍. 3mo
LauraBeth Your cat is clearly a Queen! 👑 3mo
Becker Love the pic 3mo
Amor4Libros I finished this yesterday and my mind was blown! 3mo
Twainy I enjoyed this book! I think I may still hate “Sean”. Thankfully It was recommended to me as nonfiction because I agree, it read like fiction. 3mo
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What Red Was | Rosie Price
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This book tackled heavy issues like sexual assault, substance abuse, and self-harm. An unflinching, honest look at the aftermath of rape - how it rips apart friendships, impedes daily living, and disrupts functional romantic relationships. The first half of this book read quickly, but I found the second half to be a bit slow. Although the content is important and timely, the delivery is certainly not action packed. A slow burn. ⭐⭐⭐⭐/ 5

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The Whisper Man | Alex North
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Impossible to be scared while reading The Whisper Man when Leo is snuggled up next to me. #catsoflitsy #readingsnuggles #fallreading

chaoticgoodhufflepuff Always good to have a reading buddy! ❤️ 3mo
annkuch13 😻😻😻 3mo
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This Tender Land: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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🥰 Because one book is never enough and when BOTM posts on the 29th of the month you go ALL out. #BOTM

My TBR is officially at an unhealthy level.

8little_paws I'm getting Wild Game, and I'm adding on The Goldfinch. I've already read it and own a digital copy, but I already have The Secret History from BOTM from a few years ago, and I have a paper copy of The Little Friend (which I still haven't read! UGH!). So this will make my Donna Tartt collection complete. But I do wish BOTM would do a copy of TLF so I could have a complete Tartt BOTM collection :) (edited) 3mo
TheNerdyProfessor @8little_paws I absolutely loved The Goldfinch. I'm excited to see it portrayed as a movie. Also, I read TLF years and years ago, but remember really liking it. Might be time to reread it because the details escape me now ... 3mo
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The Whisper Man | Alex North
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Managed to sneak about 10 minutes before my class to read parts of The Whisper Man. The gloomy weather we are having is a perfect compliment to this creepy suspense novel.
*On track to read both of my BOTM picks in the actual month I ordered them!

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Nora's father, a Moroccan immigrant and restaurant owner, is killed in a hit and ran. In the aftermath, Nora returns home to mourn her loss. Along the way, she confronts old enemies, encounters a new love, and struggles to keep her father's memory alive. This book made me incredibly homesick for my parents and a bit guilty for how our individual ambitions often lead us away from those who raised us. Told in alternating perspectives, a real gem.

Reggie Sounds good! 3mo
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This book has been in my physical TBR pile for several months. I picked it up after finishing a "just okay" read. I can already tell this one will be something special. It caught my attention from page 1. A really interesting portrayal of immigrants, class differences, cultural differences, and conflict.

Tamra Love your rosemary! 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty ❤️ 4mo
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The Reckless Oath We Made | Bryn Greenwood
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Mehso-so

I eagerly awaited the release of this book, and was so glad BOTM chose this as part of their selection. I did enjoy the storyline, but I found this book to be lacking in depth and darkness (compared to her prior novel). Also, the use of Olde English added to the authenticity of the storytelling, but I found those chapters where it was heavily used to be my least favorite. Five stars for creativity, but only a so-so on depth and delivery.

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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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This was such a fun #bookmark swap! I really love that these bookmarks have suggested readings on them (and some are on my TBR already!) Thank you so much @EH2018, these all made my day!
 @librarianryan

LibrarianRyan yeah 4mo
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@LibrarianRyan I cannot imagine how much time it took to make these homemade bookmarks - I especially love the glittery ones! These will be perfect for adding some pizzaz to my next reading adventures.

Thank you for hosting and for sending these lovely bookmarks my way!
#bookmarkswap

LibrarianRyan I am glad I made about 60 of the clear one because I am never making them again! 4mo
OnlyYoo Love the last unicorn bookmark! 4mo
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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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@i-am-papercrane thank you so much for the cute bookmark! I'm always in a reading kind of mind! Plus, Daphne cat approved of this one too!

#bookmarkswap @LibrarianRyan

LibrarianRyan yeah 4mo
i-am-papercrane I‘m so glad you like it! Also, your cat is SO CUTE!! 😻 4mo
brit91 Cute cat!😻💖 4mo
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Three Women | Lisa Taddeo
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This book is not for everyone. The subject matter is at times hard to read, it can be painfully familiar. The book comes across as raunchy and I felt a bit awkward as I read it. Then, I thought, isn't this the point of the book? The fact that women have had to downplay their desires for centuries. Desire is not shameful. It's part of being human. On the surface this book is about sex; dig deeper and it's about power, freedom, and self love.

SW-T Thanks for the thoughtful review. 4mo
ephemeralwaltz Interesting review!! 👏👏👏 4mo
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Harvard Book Store | Cambridge, MA (Bookstore)
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Me to Husband before travel: I don't NEED anymore books. I probably won't even stop by the bookstore.

Me to Self 10 minutes after arrival: I will just stop in to browse.

*Leaves with two new books 🤦🙈

SamanthaMarie Hahahaha yessss!!! 4mo
MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4mo
Ruthiella 🤣🤣🤣 4mo
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This bookmark is too big for the #bookmarkswap.

ONH Oh my goodness! Such a pretty kitty 🥺 4mo
LibrarianRyan Baby! 4mo
JanuarieTimewalker13 Hahahaha!! Precious❤️ 4mo
AmyG Awwww...such a beautiful cat. 4mo
brit91 Awwww!😍😻💖 4mo
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Bookmark Days | Scot Gardner
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Packaged up my bookmarks for the #bookmarkswap. I didn't use any pretty envelopes but I did add these fun stickers so I hope that makes up for it!
@LibrarianRyan thank you for hosting this low-maintenance swap!

LibrarianRyan You are welcome!😁❤️👍🏻 4mo
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The Reckless Oath We Made | Bryn Greenwood
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Book Mail 😍

I'm seriously growing concerned about my growing TBR pile. It's overwhelming and yet they are all so beautiful.

Does it count as hoarding if it's books? 🤔

Amor4Libros I was late to a dinner last night finishing Leaving the Witness 😂 4mo
wanderinglynn Nope, doesn't count as hoarding. 😉 4mo
Lovesbooks87 Nope! That's what I keep telling myself! 4mo
reluctantangeleno I have that ellie too! And definitely doesn't count as hoarding when the books bring you joy ❤ 4mo
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White Whale Bookstore | Pittsburgh, PA (Bookstore)
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Nothing is better than visiting a bookstore for the first time 😍

SW-T 😊😊😊 4mo
Aimeesue And the day after Herman Melville's birthday, too! Seems appropriate. 4mo
tammysue 😍 4mo
britt_brooke Looks like a lovely shop! 4mo
brit91 💖💖💖💖📚📚📚📚 4mo
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Untitled | Unknown
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How precious is this personalized library stamp? Received it from a dear friend today and I love it. Commence the stamping!

JanuarieTimewalker13 That is cool!! 4mo
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The Gifted School | Bruce Holsinger
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Last day of July.
August will bring a new semester. Savoring these days where I can have lunch outside with a book.

I am 100 pages into the tagged book and enjoying it so far. It is culturally well-timed in it's examination of the pressures surrounding student achievement.

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*Not a book post.*

My dog started daycare today. I think it was more sad for me than her. Counting down the hours until I pick her up.

... Is this helicopter parenting??

LibrarianRyan Ahhhh. Baby. 4mo
rretzler Nah! Now if your dog gets in trouble and is sent to the office and you go in and say she didn‘t do it, you might be a helicopter parent. 🤣 It‘s just love to miss your baby! 4mo
LibrarianJen She will be fine! 4mo
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Megabooks Cutie!! She‘ll have a great time! Bandit loved daycare. 4mo
brit91 Awww cute baby!!😍😍 4mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Aww, I'm sure she'll have fun. 💕 4mo
TheNerdyProfessor @rretzler I would totally say she didn't do it 😂 4mo
AmyG All the dogs I know who go....love it! Doggie play dates. 4mo
mcipher Awww! It‘s the same for human kids - you‘re gutted and they are often like “cool, see you later” It gets easier!! 4mo
mreads That expression ❤🐕 4mo
rretzler 🤣. If she‘s anything like my 2 sons - she‘ll love it! And you‘ll get used to it... eventually. 4mo
TrishB My Doggo goes too 🐶 she loves it. Waits behind they door when they collect her! 4mo
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I didn't know how much I needed this book when I started it. 400 pages about therapy? It flew by. I felt like I was talking with a friend. I laughed, I cried (okay, sobbed), and I contemplated my own life journey. This book confronts grief and struggling head on and yet challenges you to KEEP GOING. It has so much to say about the process of living and losing. Seriously, this is a book every person should read. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ giant-sized stars.

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Supper Club | Lara Williams
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The Nickel Boys: A Novel | Colson Whitehead
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Visited Otto's Bookstore in downtown Williamsport Pennsylvania today. This is thought to be one of the 5 oldest bookstores in the US. 😍

I purchased the tagged book after listening to an interview with the author on NPR.. he signed 15,000 copies for his new release! (And I got one!)

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I bought my mom an audible subscription for her birthday. This month she picked Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. I just so happened to own this book due my ever-growing BOTM backlog, so we are having an impromptu book club for two. The temps are cool and it's the perfect day for sitting outside and savoring a new book.

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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Started my day by finishing this book. Eve spends a memorable summer on Cape Cod exploring her desires and ambitions. A true coming of age story that involves romance, self-development, and a look into the publishing world of days past. Definitely a quick summer read that covers some important ideas without being too heavy.

P.S. Lots of literary references in this one! I had to look some up as I read.

booksaremyfavorite I just got mine from the library. Can‘t wait to read it! 5mo
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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Oh, how much I am enjoying this one. Started this afternoon and am about 100 pages in. A perfect summertime, coming of age novel that explores the perils of the book publishing world.

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Whisper Network: A Novel | Chandler Baker
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It's hard to say that I "love" this book. Rather, this book is simply too important not to read. Despite the #metoo movement, women are belittled, ridiculed, and villified for speaking their truth. Baker aptly describes barriers for working women in a modern world. She highlights how women both protect one another and aid in pepetuating the mistreatment due to their silence. There were so many truths in this book and they need to be shared. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

marleed I agree. I think this fictional story is a great way to have the conversation. In the IRL situations we are often conflicted with emotions of who we wanted someone to be or behave. I would to attend an IRL bookclub on this book. 5mo
TheNerdyProfessor @marleed I agree 100%. We are so quick to judge what victims should have done or said and too often th conversation doesn't involve scrutinizing the perpetrators actions. I'm so glad Reese picked this for her July book but I also wanted human discussion! 5mo
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Holy emotional read. This book follows Anna as she seeks treatment for her anorexia. It provides a realistic look inside the struggles associated with eating disorders - for those who are sick and their families as well. This is definitely not easy reading material but my heart broke for these girls and their successes and failures. It also used a short chapter format which made it easy to breeze through. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Dawnrod1970 Loved this book! 5mo
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Newest summer companions.

brit91 It looks beautiful out there great picture!😍📚 5mo
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The Last Book Party | Karen Dukess
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Dropped my mom off at the airport today 😭 Made myself less sad about her departure by stopping at the bookstore. #retailtherapy #bookshelpyoucope

Stormborn1992 I want to read all of those books, great choices!!! I'm especially curious about Whisper Network! 5mo
TheNerdyProfessor @Stormborn1992 The Whisper Network was Reese's book club pick this month so I really hope it's a good one! 5mo
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Girls of Glass | Brianna Labuskes
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A murder investigation of the death of a young child. While this book had some great twists and turns, I was left with a feeling of frustration at the end. I didn't guess the murdered until it was revealed but once it all "came together" I couldn't help asking "why? What was the point?" Obviously, murder is hard to justify in any instance but I truly felt like the motives could have been accomplished in a different way. Any one else read this one?

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