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tyoung2058

tyoung2058

Joined August 2022

husband, father, vet. reading likes- crime thrillers,horror,biographies and a little unexpected
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Trial of Lizzie Borden | Lizzie Borden, Albert Mason, Caleb Blodgett, Justin Dewey, Massachusetts. Superior Court (Bristol County)
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Granpuppy sitting for the wekend

TheBookHippie I loved this hope you enjoy it! 2d
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Scalp | Carver Pike
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4 short horror tales by 4 indie authors. Really enjoyed all 4. If I had to pick one to be the best...Danoel J. Volpe was really engaging.

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Been wanting to read this.

kspenmoll I really got caught up in this book! 2w
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Old Hollow | Jeremy Megargee
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Collection of short stories from the dark depths of the authors mind.

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Interesting tale of a arachnid but leaves questions at the end. Still a worthy read or listen.

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Hate Inexorable | Mike Duke
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A disturbing tale of racism. Interracial couple gets blocked by demonstrators on both sides. Violent and disturbing.

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Die Trying | Lee Child
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Surprisingly much better than the first book which I did not like. This time Reacher gets taken hostage by mistake

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Ravenous | Ray Garton
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A decent werewolf story that leaves the conclusion for more.

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The Deep | Alma Katsu
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My second attempt to find something I like by the author. This was a big let down. Not enough horror. The authors commentary at the end was so over-the-top ridiculous I will never read another by her.
#keepyourpoliticalopinionstoyourself

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Mehso-so

This was unexpectedly more of a YA story. So to be fair I judge it too harshly. Was it creepy...no. terrifying...no. interesting...well i did finish it. Just not my type of story.

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Black Siren | Nikki Noir
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Petite Mort by Nikki Noir. I had no clue there was a thing called erotic horror. This made be laugh and cringe. Thank you for the ARC from Blood Bound Books.
#Halloween #bringonnovember

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Outrage: Level 10 | Lucy Leitner
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ARC version I received from the author. A cult that drinks blood to cure everything. Not a supernatural tale. Just a tale of your normal cult leader that really is pathetic and just uses his beliefs to have sex and take advantage of misguided people.

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Nonfiction of the making of one of the greatest werewolf movies ever.

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Bone Labyrinth | James Rollins
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Mehso-so

Series continuation with a primate that signs which at times I thought I was reading Congo

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Ritual | Steve Stred
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Books 1-3. A dark tale of lies and the perverse followings of an occult cult. WARNING# not for everyone. Includes occult worship, dark erotica.

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Old Man and the Sea | Ernest Hemingway
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A classic. Tale of a man's determination and decision making and the price for all.

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The Old Man & the Sea | Ernest Hemingway
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A terrific and creepy spin on demon possessions

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Sudden Threat | Anthony J. Tata
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A tale with multiple heroes, villains, politicians, countries all woven together to make a brilliant story that reminded me of the early Clancy novels

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The Mysterious Island | Jules Verne
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Mehso-so

Much of the story is a setup for additional tales in this series.
Another updated version of a classic Verne tale by Greig Beck

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Thereby Hangs a Tail | Spencer Quinn
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Put the book down and pay attention to me....lol

Sleepswithbooks I want to *BOOP* that sweet little nose 🐶 4mo
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Sudden Threat | Anthony J. Tata
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Haven't read a military/political thriller this good since Tom Clancy in the 80's. Ookie agrees 🐾🐾🇺🇲

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Sudden Threat | Anthony J. Tata
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Trying to get some reading in but Ookie has other plans. Lol

#dogsoflitsy

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She's always got to be near or touching me. Especially when she watches the news.

#theycallmeookie
#dogsoflitsy

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Sudden Threat | Anthony J. Tata
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Ookie snoring. Guess that means time to get reafy for work

#dogsoflitsy

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Depression. Just one of the things the author and I have in common. Being veterans also another. Not my typical read but something I felt I needed to read. May it help everyone who needs it

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Blood on the Bayou | Douglas J. Wood
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If you haven't tried any of Mr Wood books I definitely recommend them. This one is a serial killer that strikes in the bayou.

#awesomeaugust

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Voodoo Heart | JOHN. EVERSON
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Bodies mysteriously taken but their hearts are left. Sounds interesting but wasn't. Even Ookie only gave it 1 paw.

#dogsoflitsy

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Predators | Michaelbrent Collings
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Nice african adventure style story. Hyenas on the hunt.
My apologies of picture. Still trying to get use to the little square.

Buchbeeg I've been on Litsy for 3 years or so and I still mess up that little square! 4mo
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Unsub | Meg Gardiner
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Love crime thrillers...
Ookie thinks they are boring.

#dogsonlisty
#dogsoflitsy

Soubhiville What a little cutie. 4mo
tyoung2058 @Soubhiville 16 and bossy..lol 4mo
ShelleyBooksie Ookie - so adorable!! I am feeling this same as Ookie thus rainy Sunday - nap time. 4mo
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From the Deep | Kateri Stanley
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I absolutely love stories that I have to Google something. Even if it is a horror book. Whale culling. A very brutal tradition that goes back centuries. I won't describe it because it's very brutal but this story has a small town participating in this and people start dying. You can kinda guess what's taking place but still an interesting read and a different spin on a fabled creature. I want to thank the author for the ARC @kateristanley

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Jurassic Ark | David Niall Wilson
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All of the theories of what happened to the dinosaurs...now answered. 😂😂

MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Oh my… 🤣 4mo
DivineDiana Interesting! 🙂 4mo
robinb Welcome to Litsy! 4mo
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tyoung2058 @robinb thank you 4mo
BookNerd9906 Welcome! We love new book friends! 4mo
DinoMom The book look so amazingly ridiculous, I need to add it to my TBR! 4mo
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Fantastic tale of a wonderful and dedicated k9.

BethM Welcome to the best place on the internet! Check out @Chrissyreadit for tips and tricks! 4mo
tyoung2058 Thank you 4mo
DivineDiana Welcome to Litsy! There‘s nothing quite like a signed by the author book! 👏🏻📚👏🏻 4mo
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The Ancient Ones | Cassandra L. Thompson
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After 3 tries I finally finish this story of David. A vampire. In my opinion this was a less violent version of a Anne Rice tale. It had romance, gods and a very long drawn out story that ended in a "to be continued ". Just wasn't for me.

Mrs_B Welcome to Litsy! 4mo
tyoung2058 Thank you 4mo
bookandbedandtea Books that end in "to be continued" are the WORST! Welcome. ? 4mo
tyoung2058 @bookandbedandtea I didn't realize it was a trilogy when I started it 🤦‍♂️ 4mo
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Blood on the Bayou | Douglas J. Wood
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New here. Not sure how everything works but just got tired of issues with Goodreads

Graywacke Welcome to Litsy! 4mo
Texreader Welcome to Litsy! Just start posting and joining and posting on other folks‘ posts. We have a lot of fun here! Just keep your eyes out for activities and let any of us know if you have questions. 4mo
mcctrish Welcome to Litsy, it‘s lovely here 4mo
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tyoung2058 Thank you 4mo
AllDebooks Hi, welcome to Litsy. I moved over from Goodreads in February, no regrets, it's been great x 4mo
HeathHof Welcome, to Litsy! Love thus site, hope you'll enjoy it too 😊 4mo
tyoung2058 @AllDebooks Been on Goodreads for a couple of years. Needed a fresh start somewhere. Thank you for the welcome 4mo
BookDadGirlDad Welcome to Litsy!!! I consider Litsy to be what Goodreads wanted to be. Both have their advantages, but Litsy is more "social" in my opinion. Lots of fun reading challenges. Check out @thearomaofbooks for the #bookspin and #bookspinbingo monthly challenges. There are lots of fun people to follow. Cluck on 4mo
BookDadGirlDad Click on a profile and look at the "following" or "followers" list. You can click "+follow" to follow that person. 4mo
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Welcome to Litsy! I hope you enjoy it, it‘s definitely become my favorite social media outlet. It‘s more about actually connecting with like minded people and less about popularity points. I have a helpful link in my bio that leads to a sort of info/tutorial dump made by another user. It can help with figuring out some of the ins and outs of Litsy. Have fun, and don‘t hesitate to ask any questions, everyone‘s kind and willing to help. 👍 4mo
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peanutnine Welcome to Litsy! I recommend following @LitsyEvents for info on readathons, buddy reads, etc ☺️ 4mo
tyoung2058 @peanutnine thank you 4mo
tokorowilliamwallace I use all of them. Different features and capacities for different apps, and different communities. To each their use, in my case. It feels like a small town here; I hope you find that aspect, and I hope to see some activity in the #litsyevents 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Thank you for tagging me @BookDadGirlDad !! @tyoung2058 - Glad to have you along!! Litsy has loads of buddy reads, reading challenges, book swaps, and all sorts of shenanigans going on, so if you see a post or hashtag that intrigues you, just ask about it!! It can be a little overwhelming at first, but this is a fabulous community. (edited) 4mo
DinoMom Welcome to Litsy! 4mo
Bookwomble Hi. For sure, Goodreads is becoming a bit of a nightmare! Welcome to a better book place 😊📚 4mo
tyoung2058 I've done my personal reviews on a couple of different sites, but I've never felt so welcomed. Thank you to everyone. 4mo
tpixie Welcome! Follow people who like the same books as you- although everyone is friendly. Check out @LitsyEvents & for tips, the bio bio of @Chrissyreadit (edited) 4mo
Chrissyreadit Welcome! Litsy is much more about community and interaction. It‘s a little less bling than bookstagram and booktok and a little more like talking about books on your porch than in a formal reading group. But so much fun! Hope you enjoy it here! 4mo
DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy! 🎉📚🎉 Hope you are enjoying it here! 4mo
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tyoung2058 Thank you to everyone's warm welcome 3mo
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