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The Hazel Wood | Melissa Albert
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Just sat down to dive back into this awesome book about fairy tales wreaking havoc and y‘all I am completely in love with this cover. I keep closing the book to stare at it hahaha. You know it kind of reminds me of those awesome scratch art sets I used to get as a kid. Anyone else remember those? Anyways I‘m about half way through this book and ya girl Melissa got me hooked on these characters. Can‘t wait to find out what happens to them.

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Picked this up after perusing his website Norse Mythology for Smart People. It‘s super interesting so far. I‘ve been wanting to learn more about the Norse myths lately and this book has been great. I‘ve also started to watch the show Vikings (I know I‘m so late) and I‘m able to now recognize a lot of the references they make. Really fascinating stuff!

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Undead | Kirsty McKay
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Just finished Undead by Kirsty McKay. This was the first zombie book I‘ve ever read. I didn‘t know how I‘d feel about it but it was actually a super enjoyable book. The author kept me both laughing and scared throughout the story. I‘ll definitely be checking out the sequel.

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Undead | Kirsty McKay
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Was at BAM this weekend browsing through the clearance section and my boyfriend jokingly picked up this book and suggested I buy it. Definitely not something I‘d normally read but I figured “what the hell, it‘s like 4 bucks. At the worst it‘ll be like a bad teen horror movie.” I‘m on about chapter nine right now and actually finding it pretty funny. Think along the same mood as Zombieland. Anyone else read this one?

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The Couple Next Door | Shari Lapena

So just finished The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena. Whoosh what an ending. I definitely wasn‘t expecting that and I could definitely see a sequel being written. The second half of the book was full of all sorts of twists. At first I wasn‘t too sure about this one but ended up really enjoying it. Would definitely read a sequel if one was ever made.

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The Couple Next Door | Shari Lapena

So just finished The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena. Whoosh what an ending. I definitely wasn‘t expecting that and I could definitely see a sequel being written. The second half of the book was full of all sorts of twists. At first I wasn‘t too sure about this one but ended up really enjoying it. Would definitely read a sequel if one was ever made.

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The Couple Next Door | Shari Lapena
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I‘ve been getting into domestic thrillers recently. (Is that what they‘re called?). And picked this up off the clearance rack at Barnes and Noble. While it‘s not at all a bad story it took me a while to get used to the writing style. However I‘m halfway through the book and things are really picking up. Looking forward to my reading time tonight and seeing the mystery unfold.

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The Maw: A Novel | Taylor Zajonc

School pulled me out of the reading game for a few months but now I‘m back with a vengeance, baby! Kicking it off with this thriller about everything that can go wrong when cave diving in an unexplored cave where things start to get a little too supernatural. This is why I stay safely indoors.

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Just got to part two of a City of Ash and Red. Enjoying it so far. It‘s the first book I‘ve read by a Korean author and it‘s interesting to see the cultural differences in how the character think and behave. I‘ve noticed some things being said or happening in the book that wouldn‘t necessarily be the norm in America. Has anyone else noticed this?

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All That's Left of Me | Janis Thomas
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Borris, reading, and journaling...a purrrfect end to the night.... speaking of cats, has any of you read The Dark Yule: A Pumpkin Spice Tale? I read the free excerpt on my Kindle and am thinking of buying it as it‘s been making me laugh (now I know why Borris does some of the weird stuff she does 😋) but am undecided. Any thoughts?

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1984 | George Orwell

Starting our second book together. John and I have been interested in reading this book for a while. Excited to check it off our tbr :)

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The Andromeda Strain | Michael Crichton
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We just finished reading The Andromeda Strain together. The book gave the feel akin to being in a science class at many points, but managed to stay interesting and kept us flipping the pages in anticipation. We were a bit disappointed by the ending, but overall this book was really good. We gave three out of five stars.

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The Andromeda Strain | Michael Crichton
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Snuggled up with John reading the Andromeda Strain. Fuzzy pants, our adopted cat sleeping nearby, and snacks. The perfect night.

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Uprooted | Naomi Novik
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Reading this at work right now. I can leave in like ten minutes and all I want to do is keep reading. Totally hooked.

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The Andromeda Strain | Michael Crichton

Reading this book together with my wonderful bf ❤️
We just got to chapter 5 and can‘t wait to see what happens. Chapter three was a little science heavy for me but still hooked so far on this novel.

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Carter & Lovecraft | Jonathan L. Howard

Got this as part of one of my daily deals from BookBub. I love Lovecraft so you know I had to buy it. Really enjoying it so far.

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The ending in A Torch Against the Night has me stoked to read A Reaper at the Gates! Thank skies for Kindle. How did our ancestor bookworms survive without it??

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