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kozy_kel

kozy_kel

Joined November 2019

Lover of fantasy books
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Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin
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Illuminae | Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff
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Illuminae was one of my favorite books I read this year. The format is really intriguing and so much happens plot wise (in a good, tension filled way!). Definitely recommend

5/5

LibrarianRyan have you read the rest of the series yet!!!! 2mo
kozy_kel @LibrarianRyan I haven‘t yet, but I plan to!! 2mo
LibrarianRyan @kozy_kel oh yeah. Book two was my fav out of all of them, but I must admit I didn't like book 2 to start off with (mainly for the characters and their actions) but boy did they grow on me. And AIDEN!! 2mo
kozy_kel @LibrarianRyan I‘m excited to read the next book! And yes, AIDAN!! The whole last half of the book was wild 2mo
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Kings of the Wyld | Nicholas Eames
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📖 Kings of the Wyld || Nicholas Eames

One of my favorite books I read this year. It‘s fun and heartfelt, and the male characters aren‘t afraid to express their love for their friends. If you like rpg‘s like D&D, you‘ll probably find the book enjoyable like I did.

5/5

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Serpent & Dove | Shelby Mahurin
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Started Serpent & Dove today, and I‘m already liking it. Hoping the book is as good as its cover 📖

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The Long Earth | Terry Pratchett, Stephen Baxter
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👓 The Long Earth || Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter

An interesting look into what parallel Earths could hold, as well as what makes us human. The characters are witty and the book holds the potential for a good start to the series.

4/5

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The Long Earth | Terry Pratchett, Stephen Baxter
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‘What was the minimum you needed to see a human being? What has to be said, what has to be laughed? ... Maybe the only significant difference between a really smart simulation and a human being was the noise they made when you punched them.‘

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The Folly of the World | Jesse Bullington
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👓The Folly of the World || Jesse Bullington

A gloomy read set in a flooded Holland, where whole towns are now underwater. Full terrible people doing terrible things, this book packs nice plot twists and leaves certain questions left unanswered (though we can certainly give a good guess as to what those answers might be). If you don‘t mind things lying more on the graphic side, it may be a good book to pick up.

3.75/5