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Joined December 2018

Historical Fiction, Non-fiction, Psychological Thrillers, Suspense & Classics are my favorite reads.
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Wood's Edge by Lori Benton
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A while back I posted my buzzwords, now I wanted to share my Buzzkills. What are some things in books that will make you think twice about reading a book? Comment below or make your own post! #bookishbuzzkill

Hooked_on_books The biggest buzzkill for me is instalove. 🙄 It kills any book for me immediately. 4d
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#FFFS #FallingForFallSwap
 @Pigpen_Reads I'm so excited to add these books to my library! The tagged book would be good for this time of year. Thank you for the candy corn and my tier tray decor.
Thank you to our host for another successful year! @Avanders

Pigpen_Reads I'm glad you like it! I read that book and it was enough to scare me 😅 but it was good! 6d
ShelleyBooksie Such a good book! Love the pumpkins. 6d
Avanders 🍂🍁♥️🫶🏽 6d
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TheBookHippie Just got it from library! 2w
julieclair Yes! Looking forward to our discussion. 2w
shellleigh33 Starting my book now 😊 2w
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My package has arrived for the #FallingForFallSwap #FFFS @Avanders I'm intrigued by the purple box! @Pigpen_Reads

Pigpen_Reads I'm glad it reached you! 3w
Avanders 👏🏽👏🏽🍁🍂🎃♥️ 3w
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I haven't done a book report in a while, so I'll just do one for the whole month. @Cinfhen
August #BookReport #forecast for early September
Last month was a slow one for me due to changes at work. I hope I can get back to listening to audiobooks soon. The Book of Lost Names was my favorite last month. I also enjoyed the #ChildrensClassicRead
I have high hopes for September.Marilla of Green Gables is excellent so far.

Cinfhen I‘m very tempted to pick up this one, even though I swore no more WWII books 3w
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My #Fallingforfallswap package has been sent.🍁🌰🍎🍿 @Avanders #FFFS

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome paper 🍁 1mo
Sleepswithbooks So pretty. 1mo
Gissy That paper 😍 1mo
Avanders Woo hoo!! 🍁🍂🧡🎃♥️ 1mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I‘m glad this book was picked! 2mo
megnews Me too! I‘ve read Dallas in the past. Sometimes her books start off a little slow for me but this one really sucked me in quickly. Glad we read it! 2mo
sblbooks @julieclair @Chrissyreadit megnews Thank you for joining in on the discussion this month. I enjoyed this one, there were lots of things to discuss. 2mo
julieclair This was a very thought provoking book. Although it was sad in so many ways, I‘m glad we read it. Good discussion, everyone. Thanks, @sblbooks , for hosting. Good questions. 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I do appreciate that it was a slower simpler time but I have no desire to live in that time period. 2mo
megnews Agree with @Chrissyreadit again. I love history and I like life‘s slower pace then but I am spoiled by modern conveniences. Could not do it. So thankful I was born when I was. 😂 2mo
sblbooks @megnews @Chrissyreadit So true. I would like to have the ability to visit for short time, but then I want to come home. 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I adored the sisters and their fiancés. I also loved Luties almost in-laws so much. 2mo
megnews Agree with @Chrissyreadit. I was happy they continued to treat her like family after he died. 2mo
sblbooks Yes, and of course Dorothy is a favorite. I think we all know the three people that were the unlikable characters.( not worth mentioning their names) 2mo
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Chrissyreadit There is always pressure to be patriotic in different ways. 2mo
megnews I was so ticked off at that episode. These people had nothing. An employee should never be able to do that. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit @megnews I know the war bonds before a good cause. but I feel like that kind of thing should be voluntary. It still happens even today. I was pressured to give to the United Way when I worked medical records at a local hospital. 2mo
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Chrissyreadit I always think we are given the skills- that we are supposed to use to do the work. 2mo
megnews I definitely agree that God gives us free will. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit @megnews Right! That's for courage and faith come in. Once you know what to do, it's up to you to actually step out and do it. 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit She would have had a very bleak life, most likely with abuse and lack of basic needs. 2mo
megnews @Chrissyreadit agree. Probably being trafficked as well. Glad she had them in her life. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit @megnews Absolutely! I'm so glad her "Aunt" didn't get a hold of her. Even an orphanage would have been horrible. 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I think they should have left him somewhere he wouldn‘t be found. 2mo
julieclair I agree, @Chrissyreadit . If they could have hidden the body, it would have been better. But calling the authorities would definitely have been the wrong decision. 2mo
megnews I don‘t have enough trust in the justice system to believe they wouldn‘t have suffered undue consequences. I honestly thought the combo of the pandemic and the lack of scientific criminal investigation at the time would work in their favor but obviously not. 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit @julieclair @megnews I agree. I had a feeling they'd be caught, due to the trauma on the body. If they call the authorities I feel sure Dorothy would have been taken to a orphanage. 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I think the reason I‘m so angry about COVID is because the Spanish Flu showed us what could happen. I think NYC experienced a lot of the same things when COVID first broke out. 2mo
julieclair I was struck by how similar the experiences were. I didn't realize that they knew, during Spanish flu, to cover their nose & mouth. And the fact that the doctors/nurses didn't really know how to treat it was so similar to covid when it first broke out. During both pandemics, there was so much grief. Everyone was touched by it, either in their own family or through friends and neighbors. 2mo
megnews I agree with others who see so many similarities. It is amazing how little we‘ve advanced in medical terms since the early 1900s. 2mo
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sblbooks @Chrissyreadit we never seem to learn from our past do we? 2mo
sblbooks @megnews @julieclair I too was struck by how similar both pandemics were. My grandmother was born in 1905. I remember her telling me about the flu, when I was a child. She lost several family members. 2mo
julieclair @sblbooks My grandmother lost her brother to the Spanish flu, in 1917. He was in the Navy as a medic, came home on leave, and died while at home. I don‘t know if he came home because he already had it, or if he caught it while at home. So sad. And there were so many families like yours and mine, who lost loved ones. (edited) 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit It was something the father said I think? About people in need? 2mo
sblbooks @Chrissyreadit Judge Howell talked about Little Souls referring to the marginalized and forgotten people of the city. 2mo
Chrissyreadit Oh yes!!! I will answer questions - just drove to NYC 2mo
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julieclair I had never heard that term before, but I like it. I think referring to people as 'souls' rather than 'the poor, the sick' etc. helps to remind everyone that these are people worthy of compassion and care. 2mo
megnews @julieclair I had never heard it either. I hadn‘t thought of it the way you did but that makes a lot of sense. Anything we can do to recognize the similarities in human experience instead of the division is an important change of language to me. 2mo
julieclair @megnews Absolutely. Connecting, not dividing. Whenever it is in our power to do so. 2mo
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My favorite season of the year is Fall. So, of course I couldn't resist a fall bookswap. Check out @Avanders page for the link to sign up. #FallingForFallSwap #fffs

Avanders Yay!! Thanks for the repost! ♥️😘🍂🎃🍁 2mo
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Thank you for the birthday wishes. I went to the movie theater to watch Where the Crawdad Sing for my birthday! It was a good adaptation that stayed true to the book.
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Happy birthday 🎉🎈🎁🎂🎊 2mo
megnews Happy belated birthday!! 2mo
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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Chrissyreadit I want to! 2mo
rubyslippersreads I actually read this as an ARC so won‘t be re-reading, but I‘ll be very interested in everyone‘s comments. 😊 2mo
TheBookHippie Just got it from the library!! 2mo
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sblbooks @rubyslippersreads you can still join in the discussion😊 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Thanks for the reminder. I hope to start this weekend. 2mo
julieclair I am listening to it on audio and enjoying it so far. 2mo
Readswithcoffee I‘m not able to join in this time, but thanks for keeping me in the loop. 2mo
BarbaraJean Too much going on for me this month, but hopefully I can jump back in another month! 2mo
Roary47 I won‘t be joining this time, but will try next month. 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl My apologies, I didn‘t get to this. Life events diverted me. I became a newly minted grandmama. I‘m star struck. I still intend to read it. I‘ll check out the questions and comments in the very near future. 🙂 2mo
sblbooks @CoverToCoverGirl Congratulations! That's exciting news. Comment anytime. 2mo
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The Forgotten Garden | Kate Morton
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Another multi-generational mystery by Kate Morton that drew me in. This author was on my list to read more of this year. I read The Lake House a few years ago, and I will be reading more by her.

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I gave my match two options to choose from for the theme; and I got this lovely mashup of both of them! Australia on the top, with one book and two gorgeous book sleeves! Below, we have books about books. Bookish gifts: A book tote, bookmarks, stickers, tea and candy.Thanks @Pigpen_Reads I love everything! Another successful swap thanks to our hosts @DinoMom and @Chrissyreadit !
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Chrissyreadit 😍😍😍🙌😍🙌😍🙌 3mo
Pigpen_Reads I'm so glad you like it! I was so excited to find the book sleeves 😁 3mo
DinoMom Lovely package 3mo
sblbooks @Pigpen_Reads the book sleeves are perfect! 3mo
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I Must Betray You | Ruta Sepetys
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I love that Ruda Sepetys writes novels about lesser known events. Her latest about the Romanian Revolution doesn't disappoint. Has anyone else read a book about this topic? I would like to read more about it.

vlwelser I love her books and bought this. I need to get my act together and read it. Eastern Europe seems to be her setting of preference or at least those are my favorites. 3mo
sblbooks @vlwelser Yes, like Between Shades of Gray! 3mo
Jensol77 Read Fountains of Silense 💔💔💔 3mo
sblbooks @Jensol77 I have read that one too.It's great! 3mo
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This will be a reread for sure. I listened on audio. I want to get my own paperback copy and some darts because there's some awesome quotes in here. I highly recommend for everyone!

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The Great Book Swap | Alan Mitchell
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Pigpen_Reads That's great! 😁 3mo
Chrissyreadit 🙌❤️🙌 3mo
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The Great Book Swap | Alan Mitchell
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@Pigpen_Reads be on the lookout. Your package is due to arrive Wednesday!
#staycationintimeswap
@Chrissyreadit @DinoMom

Pigpen_Reads Awesome!! Thank you 😊 ❤ 3mo
Chrissyreadit 🙌😘🙌❤️🎉 3mo
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Band of Sisters | Lauren Willig
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A novel based on the true story of the Smith College relief unit. 18 female alumni go to help French civilians during World War 1. It started off slow, but I ended up really liking this one. #OverbookedClub @megnews

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Little Souls: A Novel | Sandra Dallas
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Crazeedi I'll look for these! Thanks!! 4mo
Chrissyreadit Great! 4mo
Readswithcoffee Thanks for keeping me in the loop. 4mo
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Johnstown Flood | David McCullough
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Since it's almost time for another #staycationintimeswap. I thought I would read one of my books from last year. Thanks again, @Chrissyreadit. I highly recommend the Johnstown Flood.
It's obvious the author does extensive research in his novels. I will definitely read more by him.

Chrissyreadit Ohhh! Im glad it was good- I think I added all the books I chose to my TBR! 3mo
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TheBookHippie I‘ve been reading so sorry I‘ve missed discussions 🤦🏻‍♀️ 4mo
sblbooks @TheBookHippie it's okay, no worries! 4mo
TheBookHippie @sblbooks what a school year it‘s been. You all push me out of my preferred genre and I‘ve found such lovely reads with you guys! So thank you! 4mo
julieclair Voted! So many good choices, it was hard to choose. 📚 4mo
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Exiles | Christina Baker Kline
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#OverbookedClub question found on the book browse book club.

megnews I don‘t think it is the only way but it is definitely more pronounced and less forget in those circumstances. 4mo
sblbooks @megnews well said! I agree. 4mo
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Exiles | Christina Baker Kline
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tpixie My heart breaks for Mathinna - she didn‘t fit in her oldworld because she was gentrified , but she didn‘t fit in the new world either 3mo
sblbooks @tpixie oh, I know. it's just heartbreaking! 3mo
tpixie @sblbooks yes! And poor Mathinna, never fitting in anywhere. So tragic. 3mo
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Exiles | Christina Baker Kline
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vlwelser It's pretty aggressive to kill one of the main characters at the beginning of the book. 4mo
megnews I completely agree with @vlwelser I was shocked. I couldn‘t imagine how the story would go. In addition, the description of her death was very haunting. You could feel what she did. It was awful but extremely well written. 4mo
sblbooks @vlwelser @megnews I expected some people to die during the voyage, but not her. Like you said I was not expecting that they would kill off a main character. Sad😢 4mo
Deblovestoread I was shocked as well. 4mo
CoverToCoverGirl I didn‘t see it it coming… it was horrific and the captain was entirely callous individual to not make any attempt at a rescue. 4mo
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megnews Unfortunately those who hold power have always felt entitled to make these decisions. Hence, colonialism, annihilation of indigenous peoples, and chattel slavery wrecked the globe, leaving lasting effects that negatively impact us to this day. 4mo
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vlwelser They do all seem to be at a loose end. But I'm not sure they would be in this situation (novel) otherwise. 4mo
megnews A mother can be a powerful force that could have sheltered them from these circumstances. 4mo
sblbooks I think if Evangeline's mother were still alive she wouldn't have ended up in this situation. @vlwelser @megnews unfortunately that would not hold true for the other two ladies. 4mo
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Exiles | Christina Baker Kline
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Deblovestoread I knew that this happened but had no details. 4mo
vlwelser I did know about this, but the author added extra details to my super basic knowledge. 4mo
CoverToCoverGirl I was aware of some facts but not to the level revealed in this novel. 4mo
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Readswithcoffee I had NO IDEA, so it was all new. 4mo
megnews I was aware convicts (for often petty crimes) were sentenced to Australia. Beyond that, I knew nothing. 4mo
sblbooks I knew it was a penal colony but I didn't know any specifics. 4mo
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The Exiles: A Novel | Christina Baker Kline
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I enjoyed this one so much! Great storytelling, compelling characters, set in Australia, what's not to love? #OverbookedClub I can't wait for our discussion.

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Running Out of Time | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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My #MiddleGradeMay readathon plans include two graphic novels, a back list from the 90s, and a collection of classic Beverly Cleary novels. I hope you can join us! I can't wait to read some more middle grade. @megnews

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#OverbookedClub Is reading The Exiles in May. A few of you have already told me you want to read with us. @megnews @thebookhippie @Kdgordon88 @melissajayne if there's anyone else who wants to join us, comment below. We would love to have you. @LitsyEvents
@Butterfinger @CoffeeNBooks @Readswithcoffee @BarbaraJean @katy4peas @julieclair @SamanthaMarie @Roary47 @Crazeedi @kspenmoll @catebutler

julieclair I am definitely in! It sounds like a great story. 5mo
megnews I‘m an hour into the audio and enjoying it. 5mo
CoverToCoverGirl I‘ll join in! 5mo
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melissajayne @julieclair it is a great story 5mo
Butterfinger Yes!!!! I found an audio version. 5mo
Readswithcoffee I‘m in! As always, thanks for being inclusive. 5mo
vlwelser I really want to do this but that date is bad for me. 5mo
sblbooks @vlwelser you're welcome to answer the discussion questions the next day, lots of people do that. 5mo
vlwelser In that case, definitely sign me up. I don't know why I thought this was live. 5mo
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Two Little Girls in Blue | Mary Higgins Clark
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Small Great Things and The Indigo Girl. Three word title.

The Indigo Girl and Two Little Girls in Blue. The color blue and the word girl in the title.

Two Little Girls In Blue and Kilmeny Of The Orchard. Girls on the cover.

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Clwojick 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Way to go! 5mo
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The Personal Librarian | Marie Benedict, Victoria Christopher Murray
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I'm sad to say that the #OverbookedClub pick was a major disappointment this time. This was like reading Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and all their indiscretions.
Small Great Things was much more interesting if you want to read about race relations. @megnews
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The Personal Librarian & Small Great Things: main characters are African American/Black/POC

sarahbellum I was really hoping it was a me thing with The Personal Librarian. Sorry you didn‘t like it either! 5mo
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@Clwojick #ThingsInCommon Titanic theme for Luck of the Titanic Collision Course and SOS.
SOS to The Story Collector both were middle grade novels #MgBuddyRead

Clwojick Way to go! 💖💖 6mo
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I liked three of the four stories. There were two many time travel rules. There's just not enough time, before the coffee gets cold to really get into the story. Up next is Luck of the Titanic. #ThingsInCommon Asian main character.
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Clwojick Way to go!! 💖 6mo
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The Great Alone | Kristin Hannah
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The Great Alone 4.5🌟
I love Kristen Hannah's historical fiction, but they're just brutal. I was in tears.
Starting Before the coffee gets cold today.
#ThingsinCommon both books deal with regrets and second chances. @Clwojick

Clwojick Woohoo! 💖💖 6mo
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How to Make a Book Report | Jennifer Overend Prior
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The last week of #MiddleGradeMarchThroughTime was a good one. I read 4 middle grade books, they were all four stars. The #KindredSpiritsBuddyRead The Blue Castle was excellent, except for one part toward the end. I knocked off a Star, so four stars for that one also. @megnews @BarbaraJean #BookReport @Cinfhen

Chrissyreadit They all look good 😍 I liked The Blue Castle too. 6mo
Cinfhen Beautiful book covers and they all look like excellent reads 😍 6mo
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megnews This was a great pick. Thanks for hosting. 6mo
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julieclair I wanted their relationship to work so badly. But Kim wanted to rise up out of poverty, while Matt was content to live a working class life. I think she didn't tell him about their son because she was afraid she would cave to the pressure and end up marrying him, thus ending her dreams of becoming a doctor. I think she should have told him, though. He had a right to know. 6mo
sblbooks @julieclair Agreed. I understand Kim wanted to be a doctor, but I feel like if she loved Matt, they could have made it work. Regardless, she should have told him about their son. The ending was a disappointment for me. 6mo
julieclair @sblbooks I agree about being disappointed with the ending. In fact, I was even disappointed with Kim, and didn't want to be, because I had admired her so much throughout the book. 6mo
megnews Agree about the disappointment. I think I can understand. She was right about believing she‘d resent Matt if she didn‘t reach her full potential. 6mo
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megnews School holds a host of complications but ultimately helps her. 6mo
sblbooks Kim was very intelligent but didn't always realize it. She didn't have anyone at home that could help her learn a new language. And Paula was always bringing up her shortcomings. Yes @megnews it wasn't easy, but education ultimately did allow her to overcome poverty. 6mo
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megnews We can‘t blame Kim for keeping the secret. Growing up is hard enough. She already had enough obstacles without the fear of that humiliation. Annette respected her wishes so had no way to know. 6mo
megnews I was so glad Kim had her. 6mo
sblbooks @megnews I agree. I understand why Kim didn't tell anyone about her situation. It's said that she felt like she couldn't trust anyone with the truth. I feel like that's why they grew apart towards the end of the story. 6mo
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julieclair I'm assuming Paula's motivation was jealousy, because she had sacrificed a lot for Ma in their early life. But nothing justified her treatment of Ma and Kim. 6mo
sblbooks @julieclair Bob and Paula set them up in a condemned apartment building, every month they find more things to deduct from ma's pay. This makes it virtually impossible to live, much less ever pay Paula back for bringing them to America. Paula resents her sister for not marrying Bob but she was supposed to. She married the love of her life and Paula resents her for it. 6mo
julieclair @sblbooks Yes. She resents that Ma married the love of her life. And Paula ended up with Bob... Which all in all, seems like Paula got a pretty decent deal... She got to come to America and seems to have plenty of money. She is just a bitter, unlikable person. I don't understand why Ma continues to be so nice to her. 6mo
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megnews @julieclair probably very strong cultural beliefs about respect for elders. 6mo
megnews Paula is miserable and she‘s going to make others suffer too. She‘s also very greedy. 6mo
julieclair @megnews I hadn't thought about the culture of respect. That makes sense. I am so glad that in the end, Kim was able to provide a nice life for Ma. She certainly deserved it. 6mo
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