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abookwormsguidetothegalaxy

abookwormsguidetothegalaxy

Joined June 2017

22 year old book lover. I also love bagels, makeup, coffee and duolingo•📚Bookstagram: @abookwormsguidetothegalaxy
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Invisible Monsters: A Novel | Chuck Palahniuk
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This book was super weird. Read it a long time ago

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East of Eden | John Steinbeck
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⭐⭐⭐⭐ loved being in Cathy's mind and the character development in this book. Wouldn't reread but enjoyed being in this world

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Books I read in June! (Plus Flowers forAlgernon). See any you've read?

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East of Eden | John Steinbeck
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Current read👀 on page 220 and loving it so far. Psychopath Cathy is one of the most interesting characters I've ever read

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Pickpick

I found the first half of this book a little boring but overall this was a wonderful end to an amazing series❤️

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I'm just under half way done this one and I'm not sure what I think so far🤔

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Cutting for Stone: A Novel | Abraham Verghese
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Today's little book haul. I got Cutting for Stone, The Hate U Give and In a Dark, Dark Wood (as well as a pristine copy of HP7 to replace my one with someone's name written in it) for a total of 6$!

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Listening to the audiobook and loving it so far. I've discovered non-fiction audiobooks work best for me #sapiens #audiobook

Factaddict73 I also do better with audible when it comes to this type of book. I am not only a fast reader, but unfortunately an impatient one, and frequently this type of information develops slowly, so I end up galloping past concepts I really should take time for. I find that audible works much, much better for me with this type of read. 12mo
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In January, I started reading the HP series from where I left off when I was about 12,at book 4. I watched the movies but couldn't get through the thick books as a kid. I'm sad that I missed out on so many years of Harry Potter love and midnight releases but glad I get to experience it late rather than never😊

pride_and_reading I was the same. I bought Deathly Hallows when it came out in 2007 but did not read it until this year. 3y
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When George gets his ear shot off and this is his response😂

these.bookish_babblings Haha I love this part!! 3y
pride_and_reading That part was hilarious 3y
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Homegoing: A novel | Yaa Gyasi
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These are a few of my faaaavourite things🎶. Seriously though, breakfast sandwiches and books❤️. I read this in January or February and it's still my favourite read of the year so far

halfdesertedstreets Yum and 👌🏽 3y
Happiestwhenreading Mine too! 3y
pride_and_reading The cover is so gorgeous 3y
BookAlongBlog I really need to read this 😍 3y
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Finished this gem last week and loved it! Highly recommend for everyone, sci-fi lover or not. It's such a feel good book and the characters are lovely.

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Flowers for Algernon | Daniel Keyes
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5⭐It was so interesting to read the perspective of a man who had a child like understanding of the world come to terms with how cruel the world can be. This teaches you about compassion, understanding, patience, as well as utter cruelty. I love books that effectively show the reader two completely different sides of the world and make the reader feel happiness and joy at some parts, but utter heartbreak, anger and sadness at others.

abookwormsguidetothegalaxy Full review on Goodreads! www.goodreads.com/heathereads- 3y
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Flowers for Algernon | Daniel Keyes

I just finished this and cried my little heart out. I have so much to say about this book that I can't put into words right now. But if you haven't read this yet, pleeease do.

Ms_T I loved that book ❣️ 3y
srh.tylr I know nothing about this book but you have already sold it to me, I love a good tear jerker 🙈 3y
abookwormsguidetothegalaxy @kindredpages you won't regret it it's sooooo amazing. It's about a mentally disabled man who undergos a a surgery to enhance his IQ 3y
BiblioVirgo I've heard many good things about it 😍 3y
BookAlongBlog I have wanted to read it for years! Might have to bump it up in my tbr pile 👍 3y
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