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Jurassic Park | Michael Crichton
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New Year‘s Eve Jurassic style! My last book finished in 2021. Suspenseful and I like it as well as the movie. Still working on my alphabet challenge to read my shelves. 3/5🦕s

rubyslippersreads I 💚 everything about this photo! 🦖🦕 3w
mrp27 Love this! 2w
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#LitsyLoveWinterSwap @Kdgordon88 @rsteve388 @Bookgoil Thank you Debra for a plethora of bookmarks and stickers!! I‘m excited to read this book from my TBR, especially since you said that you enjoyed it. My daughter and I had fun sorting through all the stickers last night. Sorry for the late posting, I had some unexpected “stuff” come up. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas 🎄❤️🎄❤️🎄

Kdgordon88 I was so pleased you were my swap partner and am glad you like everything. Hope the stuff has been sorted out and you have a great week. Wishing you a blessed New Year! 3w
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My Story | Elizabeth Smart, Chris Stewart
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For all the Hell that Elizabeth Smart suffered, she uplifts and motivates the reader. 3/5🌼s

I have a new job where it isn‘t practical to bring a hard copy, and so this is the first book I‘ve read on-line and on my phone (in my few spare moments)…never thought I would see the day😑

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The adventures of 3 children, a peasant girl, a young monk, a Jewish boy, and a Holy greyhound is told by travelers at a French inn. Set in medieval France. It‘s not middle-grade, but not quite YA. I actually felt it was a bit slow and didn‘t care for the style of the illustrations. I think it would definitely translate well in film. 2/5⭐️s

I had to bail on an “I” book for my alphabet challenge, so a bit behind on my 🎯 of 3 books/month

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Kindred | Octavia Butler
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I wanted more. It was “just the facts” storytelling. I wanted descriptions and emotions. I wanted Kevin‘s story from his POV. I didn‘t really engage until mid-story, but then it was riveting. The idea of time travel has always been a fantasy of mine, but you never really think of traveling to the Hellish times in history like Dana did. She traveled from 1976 to the Antebellum South as a black woman. 3/5🧭s

Texreader I loved this book. Great review. 1mo
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At the Post Office | Carol Greene
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I stopped at the Post Office this morning to mail my #LitsyLoveWinterSwap I used the kiosk to print not only my mailing label, but also printed stamps. I skipped the line that was already out the door at 8:10am. Kind of proud of myself for trying something new☺️

Bookgoil Oh!!! Those are the stamps that print? I may try that next time! 1mo
tracey38 I have never been able to get holiday stamps to print during the holidays at the kiosks. Nice! 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty ❤️💚 1mo
Wife @Bookgoil @rsteve388 I got my #LitsyLoveWinterSwap from my match today🎄 1mo
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Hour of the Witch | Chris Bohjalian
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I really felt the atmosphere of the 1660‘s in the first half of this story. I‘m not sure Mary would have been so outspoken in court or as daring in visits , but maybe so since she was raised in a privileged home. The second half of the book was unexpected…
Overall, 3/5⭐️s
On target 🎯 for my Alphabet Challenge using my shelves.

Wife Somewhat disappointed that the story‘s end was tied up with a “happy” end. I didn‘t buy the romance 🤨. (edited) 2mo
Wife Also, words like “comforter” and “ponytail” snapped me right out of the 1600‘s. The earliest use of comforter for bedding (that I could find) was in the 1800‘s. And I couldn‘t find an origin for the ponytail hairstyle, but I don‘t think it was 1600‘s. 2mo
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Lost Orphan (Original) | Stacey Halls
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A little far-fetched, but I gave into the fiction, stopped my criticism, and enjoyed the story and the excellent performance by the readers. 3/5⭐️s

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I haven‘t really read much true crime, but do watch some on TV. I always heard that Ann Rule worked along side Ted Bundy in the early 70‘s, but had no idea that she maintained a friendship with him. Even after she came to the realization that he was guilty of killing 30+ women, she continued to send stamps and small amounts of money to him in prison. She did feel that he should pay for his crimes. 3/5⭐️s

Wife It creeps me the f*ck out how “normal” and charming TB was. Who knows how many TBs there are among us?😱 2mo
Chrissyreadit Yes- this was beyond creepy. I felt the same way when I read about BTK. His family had no clue. 2mo
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Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion | Kristin Hannah, Karen White, Melanie Benjamin, Jenna Blum, Sarah McCoy, Pam Jenoff, Sarah Jio, Amanda Hodgkinson
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I‘m not usually a fan of short stories, but this collection was an exception. All the stories take place around September 1945 and feature reunions at Grand Central Station in New York. Some happy, some sad, some dreaded… sometimes you catch a glimpse of a character from a previous story. The home front during WWII is very interesting to me and I would like to read more stories of how people adjusted after the reunions. 3/5 🇺🇸s

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Fly By Night: A Novel | Andrea Thalasinos
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The most memorable thing about this story will be the frustrating main character. Though she is in her 50‘s, I found her to be immature, reckless, and impulsive.

I‘m a couple days behind my target 🎯 of reading 3 books per month from my stacks in an alphabet challenge. Going to pick my book for “G”

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Plains of Passage | Jean M Auel
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Finished this off on a road trip. I‘m really (still) enjoying the story of Ayla and Jondalar. Miles and miles of travel sounds monotonous, but the characters and their relationship carry the story. 3/5 👣s

Wife And guess what?!? Ayla is pregnant! A cliffhanger for the next book. 3mo
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What a privileged, but stifling existence. Can you imagine never expressing an opinion publicly? The mystique is maintained. I do admire Queen Elizabeth II, but I find Prince Charles a much more intriguing person for all his opinions and flaws. If I could have tea with a member of the Royal Family, I would still choose the Queen. Who would you choose? 3/5 ☕️s

Susanita I would choose the Queen because she reminds me of my grandmother. 3mo
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Major faux pas at the White House in 1976! “The Lady is a Tramp” was the song played for Queen Elizabeth‘s dance with President Gerald Ford!
I think that is hilarious 😂🤣😂!

EvieBee LOL!! 3mo
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@ScientistSam @Bookgoil @rsteve388 #llfs #LitsyLove Just woke up and opened my lovely gifts! Thank you Sam! My own library kit🤓for my “keeper” books-How fun! And NYPL book bag is a great choice from your home state. The Alice Network might go to work with me tonight 🙂

ScientistSam Hope you enjoy it! 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks The Alice Network is so good!! 3mo
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Two storylines connected by Wallis Simpson and Princess Diana! How could I not read (listen to) this?!? Quite engaging. I felt the 1930-40s storyline was more interesting and detailed. The 1990s storyline just supported it. 3/5👑s

Wife The Fiancée of the 1990s female lead character is a jerk! 3mo
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Dead to Me | Cath Staincliffe
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Not terrible, but not memorable. A reckless rookie is paired with a veteran officer to solve a murder. The boss thinks the rookie has talent and intuition. The veteran officer is not a fan. I don‘t read many police procedural stories, but this seems like it could be a common formula. Some side stories, that frankly I was more interested in, never developed. But I got my “D” for my alphabet challenge! 1/5🔪s

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The Keeper of the Bees | Gene Stratton-Porter
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This caught my eye at my local thrift shop and the cover blurb sounded interesting. Then I noticed other books by the same author. These belonged to the same person and have dates in the 50‘s written in the cover by her name. They seem to have a nature theme and were copyrighted between 1904 and 1925. It‘s going to be interesting to see the take on nature and the nature of relationships 100 years ago. Couldn‘t help buying them🤷🏼‍♀️

EvieBee Awesome haul! I only know of her book Girl of the Limberlost. I loved the movie as a kid. Never read the book, though. 4mo
Wife A movie 😮! Do you remember who was in it? When it was released? 4mo
LeahBergen Lovely! I read A Girl of the Limberlost years ago. 😊 4mo
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Wife @LeahBergen @EvieBee A Girl of the Limberlost wasn‘t in my haul, but now I‘m motivated to find a copy 🙂 4mo
EvieBee @Wife It had Annette O‘Toole as the mom. I think it was 1990. It was one of those family feature films (wholesome entertainment for the whole family) but I found in on Amazon Prime! I‘ll have to watch it. 4mo
Daisey I have a few of these. Freckles & Girl of the Limberlost were my favorites. 4mo
Clare-Dragonfly Oh wow! What a cool collection! 4mo
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Slow moving, but in a good way. I listened on a road trip and the pace was right. The author can bring the mood and atmosphere to life. Dating was certainly different in the 1800s - meeting to marriage in 6 letters! Simon was focused and determined, an “all eggs in one basket” kind of guy. I liked him, and the story. 3/5💌s

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Coral Glynn: A Novel | Peter Cameron
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So the story was lacking, but I was so engaged with the main character, Coral. She gave me that gothic, ethereal feel that I get when reading Jane Eyre and Rebecca. So 2/5💍s for the story, 4/5💍s for the character.

I‘m on track with my alphabet challenge using books from my shelf. This one has languished for years.

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American Gods | Neil Gaiman
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Very well performed by the reader. My interest was held by the well fleshed out characters more than the storyline. 3/5⭐️s

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Fallen Leaves | Wilkie COLLINS
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#LitsyLoveFallSwap @rsteve388 @Bookgoil @ScientistSam Samantha, your box is on the way! I hope you like my choices. Happy Fall!🍁🍂🍁🍂

Wife @ScientistSam @rsteve388 @Bookgoil My #LitsyLoveFallSwap box arrived today! Thanks, Sam I‘m looking forward to 10/10 😊 4mo
rsteve388 For a minute I forgot that 10/10 was a date and not a ranking... And then my next thought was... I don't think planned it like that but go us cause that's awesome. 4mo
Wife @rsteve388 😂🤣😂 4mo
ScientistSam Yay! Hope you like my picks! 4mo
Wife @ScientistSam I‘m sure I will. I just checked tracking and the box I sent was delivered today, so should be there when you get home from work. 🙂 4mo
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Downton Abbey is one of my all time favorite series, and this book was the inspiration. Quick easy read, and I did see some character traits that were familiar. Who is your favorite character? Mine is Carson. He had a hard exterior, but you knew he had a warm heart. 3/5🥄s

I‘m on track with my alphabet challenge to read books from my shelves 🎯

DivineDiana I like that idea for a challenge! 👏🏻📚👏🏻 4mo
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A different take on the reason for the successful (for Anna) divorce from Henry VIII. Far-fetched? Maybe?, but enjoyable nonetheless. 3/5👑s
I‘m doing an alphabet challenge from my stacks to get out of my book slump. My goal is 3 books/month. If I don‘t have a letter, I get to choose a “WildCard” book.

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It has taken me so long to finish this memoir. So much trauma and emotional abuse the author has suffered that I could only read it in small doses. Her mother was murdered by her stepfather and she writes of memories no child should have. I felt that the transcripts of phone conversations between her mother and stepfather were torturous to read, I can‘t imagine the fear. 2/5💔s

Wife I gave a so-so rating for readability. I just couldn‘t connect. I think the author actually held back her emotions, probably for self-protective reasons. And this may be an unpopular opinion, but I don‘t see why this memoir received the Pulitzer. 5mo
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At many points in the story, there was an opportunity for it to take off. Each time, it fell flat. I was invested in the characters and wanted more detail. It would have made a good saga if the minor characters had a chance to develop. Left me wanting more. 2/5🐊s

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Such a good story and so well performed. 4/5☠️s

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The Mammoth Hunters | Jean M. Auel
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Hours and hours of He loves me/He loves me not🌼! But the story continues to develop and I really enjoy it. This is as far as I got with the series in the 80‘s and I‘m looking forward to the last three books. Although, a Litten mentioned to me that the next book is Hours and Hours of travel 👣👣. 3/5🦣s

TheSpineView I loved this series. ❤📚 6mo
Wife @TheSpineView It was the Outlander or Game of the Thrones of it‘s day (80‘s) in terms of series popularity. I think it‘s held up so far🦣 6mo
TheSpineView @Wife Yeap sure was. I even remember the movie from the 80s starring Daryl Hannah. Terrible movie.😬 6mo
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The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek | Kim Michele Richardson
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Compared to The Giver of Stars, I thought this was the more original story, but I have to say I didn‘t like it as well. I thought the characters were less believable and I couldn‘t really engage with the read. 2/5📚s

Cortg I felt the same way, but a bookclub friend liked this one better. I'm always curious to see who like which book better. 6mo
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#LMPBC @Bookwormjillk @DanaManiac @Tattooedteacher I finished this over a month ago and am just now posting and mailing back to Christine #procrastination I thought this was the most enjoyable book of our group. Historical fiction with a thriller feel. 3/5⭐️s

Bookwormjillk It was my favorite from this round too. 6mo
Tattooedteacher Can‘t wait to read the comments. 6mo
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Happy Bees! | Arthur Yorinks
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@Moonprismpower @rsteve388 @Bookgoil
Such a tiny little glass 🐝 charm! I didn‘t want it to get missed in the pic of all the lovely gifts from Court. I adore it🥰 #LitsyLoveSummerSwap

Soubhiville So sweet! 7mo
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Happy Bees! | Arthur Yorinks
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@Moonprismpower @rsteve388 @Bookgoil #LitsyLoveSummerSwap Court, you have no idea how perfect these gifts are! I love all things 🐝🐝🐝. I will frame this beautiful card. The dish towel wrap on the books was lovely. I‘m excited to use the book holder. Local honey! What a treat🍯. The found bottle and driftwood was a surprise, because I love beach combing and found objects. I will start my 🍓 plant today. And the books!🥰. Thank you so much🌹

Moonprismpower Whew! I‘m glad you like it. Happy reading and happy summer! 7mo
Bookgoil Ooo what a sweet idea! Pun intended! I love the theme! 7mo
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Leslie Alan Jordan is a bright spot on Instagram, especially during the pandemic lockdown. Either beginning each post with “Hello Fellow Hunker-Downers” or “Well Sh*t”, he brought humor to my locked down life. This book capitalized on the popularity and was just so-so, I like the impromptu posts better. Just hearing his voice can make me smile, so the audiobook was the way to go. 2/5🌈s

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The Four Winds | Kristin Hannah
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Very much enjoyed the story and the characters, though I think the ending was somewhat abrupt. A very nice performance by the reader. I don‘t think the title is a fit though. Still, 4/5⭐️s

HOTPock3tt I agree on all points. I very much enjoyed it ❤️although the ending was too abrupt and the title didn‘t fit lol 7mo
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@Moonprismpower @rsteve388 @Bookgoil #LitsyLoveSummerSwap

Hi Courtney, I sent your package yesterday. Everything is wrapped if you want to open the shipping box on arrival. I‘ll email the tracking number.
The box you sent arrived yesterday (that was quick). It will be 6/20 before we know it. 🌹

Moonprismpower Great! Thank you so much I‘ll keep a lookout. I‘m excited for June 20! 7mo
Moonprismpower I got it today! Woohoo! Thank you. 🌸🌺🎁✨🎉 7mo
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The Valley of Horses | Jean M. Auel
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I‘m really enjoying the revisit of a favorite series. I read this book so long ago, there was a lot that I didn‘t remember. 4/5🐎s

Freespirit I read these many moons ago and loved them! 8mo
TheSpineView It have been years since I read these books. I loved all of them. 8mo
JELEIGH I just finished reading this entire series again. My daughters name is ayla lol 7mo
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Wife @JELEIGH When this series started in the 80s there was a report on the news that the name Ayla was becoming popular for baby girls. I have never run across an Ayla before. Your daughter is the only one I‘ve heard of. Have you ever run across other Aylas? 7mo
JELEIGH @Wife I have not! I haven‘t had any one comment on her name until last year. Her 1st grade teacher told her she loves her name she must be a very strong girl and I knew then she knew exactly who I named her after 7mo
Wife @JELEIGH You will never believe this, I just met an Ayla! She‘s the new nurse at my husband‘s doctor office. Isn‘t it crazy that we were just chatting about this? 7mo
Wife @JELEIGH She says that she‘s 28 and has met 2 Aylas in her lifetime. 7mo
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Daddy Long Legs | Jean Webster
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@Nebklvr @TheAromaofBooks I very much enjoyed this 1912 YA story. I would have loved reading this when I would‘ve been the target age. Starting the sequel, Dear Enemy, tonight. My library copy had a dreadful cover, so I found a more attractive one online. 4/5🕷s

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 9mo
SamAnne Oh, I remember it! 9mo
Nebklvr Oh, I hope to read it soon! Cant believe your library still had it! 9mo
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The Other Typist: A Novel | Suzanne Rindell
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There is a fair amount of love for this book on Litsy, and Kiera Knightly is producing a series for Hulu based on it...but...🤷🏼‍♀️ I‘m not going to put spoilers out for my #LMPBC group, though I‘m not sure I could if I tried. 2/5🤷🏼‍♀️s
@Bookwormjillk @DanaManiac @Tattooedteacher
Mailing to Christine today🌹

Bookwormjillk 😂😂😂 9mo
Bookwormjillk I‘m heading to the post office tomorrow to send you your next one. 9mo
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I read the 1st 3 books in the series when they were released in the 80‘s. Listening to the audiobook book has been easing me out of my book slump. The story is memorable and worth a revisit. How many of you remember how popular these books were at the time? I‘m starting the 2nd book on my way to work tonight. 5/5⭐️s
(BTW the movie was awful!)

tpixie My two older sisters absolutely loved these when they 1st were published I never did read them but have always been meaning to! 9mo
Allylu I read them way back when, too. They were doorstop books, but so interesting. I couldn‘t put them down. 9mo
DogMomIrene I loved the first 3 books. I tried reading The Plains of Passage multiple times and I just could not do it. Bookish friend summed up for me, “They got there”🤣 So I skipped it and read #4 and #5, which were okay. I really wanted to love the second half of the series as much as I did the first half. 9mo
BarbaraBB I loved the first four in the 80s/90s. All my friend read them at the time and we were all fans of Ayla and Jondalar. And the sex made us young people blush haha. I‘m not sure if I‘d reread them. Afraid to spoil the memories! 9mo
JELEIGH I watched the movie tonight for the first time. (I reread the entire series recently).I have no words. I have never seen a movie fail a book so bad 🤦‍♀️ 7mo
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Another P&P off-shoot that I had to read. This is a story about a secondary character, Anne de Bourgh. It‘s a pick, although it‘s slow, the end was worth it.
3/5🌷s

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The Witch's Heart | Genevieve Gornichec
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The 1st half was quite engaging, but I lost interest. I kept reading because this is the only book I had with me. Bailed with only 42 pages left. Usually at this point, I will push through and finish. I‘m in a bit of a book slump, so maybe it‘s me.

Clare-Dragonfly I hate it when I have to read a bad book because I wasn‘t prepared (or one time, because my Kindle broke)! 9mo
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Honolulu | Alan Brennert
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#LMPBC @Tattooedteacher @DanaManiac @Bookwormjillk @suvata I struggled to finish this story. It seems the author used the characters as a vehicle to tell Honolulu history, but never really developed the characters or their relationships. I was disappointed. 2/5🌺s

It‘s is the mail and on the way to Christine✉️

suvata That‘s too bad because I loved (edited) 10mo
Wife @suvata I may try that one, on your recommendation 🙂 10mo
suvata @Wife 👍🏻 10mo
Bookwormjillk Too bad, but maybe that will make for a better discussion? 10mo
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I was intrigued as a big fan of Jane Eyre, but listening to this story proved to be disappointing. I‘m all for unlikable characters, but they need to be interesting. The characters and the story were flat. I‘m tagging a much better retelling below. 1/5🦨s

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Happy Springtime! | Kate McMullan
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Thank you Rina @MyBookSwapClub for the lovely gifts and books! You brightened my day!🌹#litsylovespringswap

Crazeedi Malted eggs! Yummmmmm... 10mo
Wife @Crazeedi I know!😋 My husband‘s favorite, so I have to share. 10mo
Crazeedi @Wife one for him, 7 for you!! I'd have a hard time sharing thise!😉 10mo
MyBookSwapClub I‘m glad you liked it :) enjoy ❤️ 10mo
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The Kindest Lie: a Novel | Nancy Johnson
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An ok story. A good reader (Shayna Small). But it‘s not going to be memorable for me. 2/5 ⭐️s

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I ❤️the YouTube videos that Clara made with her grandson‘s help. She recreates the meals that her mother cooked during The Depression and tells a bit about her life. She did pass away at the age of 98 a few years ago. I very much enjoyed this memoir style cookbook. 3/5🥘s

Tamra Her videos are so charming! 10mo
Wife @Tamra I was so thrilled to find her YT channel. 10mo
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Anansi Boys: A Novel | Neil Gaiman
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This was the 1st audiobook I ever listened to and I thought it needed a revisit. Still “absitively” enjoyed it. Lenny Henry is a master voice actor and brings the story to life. 3/5🕷s

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The Wartime Sisters: A Novel | Lynda Cohen Loigman
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Easy read with interesting characters. As an only child, sibling relationships are an interesting subject. Jealous of good sister relationships, and thankful I don‘t have one when I see sisters that don‘t get along. 3/5🌼s

Come-read-with-me I feel the same way! As an only child I‘m intrigued by sibling relationships. My husband, who comes from a large family, always laughs when I ask “Do brothers/sisters really do that?” 11mo
Wife @Come-read-with-me It‘s a world we will never really know. When I was a child, I was also fascinated with stories about boarding schools (and sometimes orphanages 😬) because I fantasized that they would be a great source of playmates. 11mo
Come-read-with-me @Wife Me too! Siblings just seemed so divine. I would have killed to be a Bobbsey twin! 11mo
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Finished the last book of the current #LMPBC round and my first cozy. It was an easy read, predictable (in a good way), and very enjoyable. I loved guessing (accurately) what would happen next. If this is what cozies are like, I will read more. Only one thing that I didn‘t like-The title really had no connection with the story. 3/5 🍄s

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Honolulu | Alan Brennert
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These are some options for our group. I will tag below for ease of choosing. I‘ve looked at all of the group choices on posts and emails. I‘m happy with any and all choices! I included The Other Typist even though it‘s on Jill‘s list. I figured that if there was a lot of interest, it had a second chance. 🌹

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Bookwormjillk These all look great. I‘d love to read one of the ones about Hawaii. 11mo
Wife @Bookwormjillk I‘m leaning toward Honolulu myself 🌺 11mo
DanaManiac I second reading one about Hawaii! My first choice book was set there but it‘s too long for LMPBC 🥴 11mo
Bookwormjillk Maybe if you do Hololulu I can do The Other Typist?

The Garden of Evening Mists was high up on my list too, but I'm having trouble finding a non-electronic copy. Should have checked that first!
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Wife @Bookwormjillk Yes. That sounds good!🌹 11mo
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