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xxjenadanxx

xxjenadanxx

Joined March 2019

30 something, book reader, Disney lover, list maker, Dog person. ISFJ. Ravenclaw. Follow me on Goodreads. www.goodreads.com/xxjenadanxx
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Fun fact: The striped background I chose here is actually an example of Liberian 'country cloth' which is a heavy cotton that is hand-spun and hand-woven before being hand dyed in colors like blues and tans, cut into strips and sewn together to create the striped pattern.

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Oh man this one was the perfect balance of fantasy and fairytale with a pinch of spookiness thrown in. A perfect fall read!

allureofbeauty I really want to read this one. 2d
xxjenadanxx @allureofbeauty you really should! I was so pleased that it lives up to the hype! (Or maybe even exceeded it) 2d
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Wilder Girls | Rory Power
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...I'm confused. Where is the rest of the book? Is there a sequel planned or did the publisher accidentally print and release it without the last eight chapters? Is this a choose your own ending story and we just have to make it up? We may never know. This one has so much going for it, great plot, well built characters, original ideas and a beautiful cover - not to mention the hype! Then it just fizzled out into nothing at the "end". Whyyyy?!

Lovesbooks87 Felt the same way! 4d
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Mehso-so

This is the story of Big-Nose Kate from her perspective. Because of that it contradicts many accounts given by people like Wyatt Earp and "known" history. This book was an overview of her life with & without Doc Holliday. She led a remarkable life, & was so much more than popular history gives her credit for. The only w this book is that itss written in a non-linear timeline, so it was confusing with who/what/when/where things actually occurred.

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Mehso-so

It's hard to review this bc while it does take place during WWII & the author was Jewish, ultimately its a teenager's diary. Which means endless entries about boys & drama. I felt really bad while reading this because it was hopelessly banal & I found her to be annoying & shallow. For most of the book theres almost no mention of anything happening outside of her relationships, maybe due to escapism, or maybe she was an oblivious teenager in love.

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Poisonwood Bible | Barbara Kingsolver
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According to Goodreads I've been putting off reading this for 7 years. I'm a really good procrastinator. 🤷 It was worth the wait. It was kind of a slow burn but there is such a poignant beauty, both in complexity and simplicity, a realization of the horrors of colonization, force fed religion and government corruption as witnessed by the daughters of an overly zealous American missionary who's character is a tragic manifestation of all three.

Scochrane26 This is a favorite book for me. While I love her other books, so far, I think this is her best. Her books are all slow-burners. I didn‘t know until recently that she spent yrs as a child in the Congo. 6d
jewright It‘s such a powerful book. 5d
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Y'all these books were begging to be photographed together 😍 I just received Astro Poets in the mail after winning it on Goodreads and it's SO PRETTY.

Godpants Ooh! Added that Zodiac book to my TBR pile. 1w
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Flames of Truth | A C Pontone
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High school senior, mechanic, stripper, clairvoyant who sees visions of her own death & has frequent nose bleeds, dead mother, father disabled w Parkinsons & Dementia, a mob boss mayor blackmailing business owners, a mysterious stalker & to top it all off she is hopelessly bullied by her rich & beautiful former best friend, Regina George style. It is way too much. With all that there isn't much of a real story. I won't be finishing this series.

Texreader Yikes! That is insane!! 1w
Vivlio_Gnosi And there it is! Nice recap. 😀 1w
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I would call this a “soft“ zombie book/novella. This book would be perfect for someone new to/curious about the genre. I read a ton of zombie books & would have preferred a bit more gore and action, but as it was the authors first foray into zombies I think it was pretty good.

Thanks to Booksirens & the Publisher for giving me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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No Country for Old Gnomes: The Tales of Pell | Kevin Hearne, Delilah S. Dawson
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Kooky and fun, full of middle school type humor. In a good way. If you put Lord of the Rings and and Shrek in a blender this book would be the result.

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The Black Witch | Laurie Forest
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SO GOOD.

Not going to lie, it took me a little while to get into this one after reading the prequel and finding that this was a whole new generation of characters and not my beloved Vale and Tessla. However the world building and story line is so good in this series it was hard to resist long and I've found myself loving Ren and the gang just as much. This is the kind of series you obsess over!

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My niece tagged me in this and I literally have 15 books sitting in two stacks next to me lol. Oops. #sorrynotsorry

Louise That‘s pretty much what it looks like over here too! 😂 2w
MellieAntoinette Me. Totally me right now! 1w
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The Black Witch | Laurie Forest
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I just finished my 200th book of the year!! Woohoo!!

candority Incredible! 👏 2w
Dawnrod1970 Wow Awesome! 2w
Redwritinghood 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2w
CouronneDhiver Holy cow - that‘s unreal! Good job 2w
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#friyayintro @howjessreads

1. Tagged. Probably more irritated than mad, but all the guy does is complain while on amazing trips of his own choosing. Ugh.
2.Big Bang Theory. I quote them constantly lol.
3.Cereal like Lucky Charms or Raisin Bran, lactose free milk
4.Central (U.S)
5.Navy Gnomes

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The Girl in Red | Christina Henry
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It's the end of the world as we know it and Red has to walk through the woods to get to Grandma's house. She may be alone but she doesn't need anyone to save her. This time SHE is the hunter.

I LOVED this apocalyptic spin on Little Red Riding Hood. Even better she is a POC AND differently abled. Hoping for a sequel because there were plenty of questions left unanswered about the creatures themselves.

hannah-leeloo I loved this book. 2w
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Runaways | Rachel Sawden
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The best part of this book unfortunately. I thought it would be so much better because of this snippet. 😭

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Runaways | Rachel Sawden
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Superficial and one dimensional writing and characters. There are several continuity issues. It suffers for lack of atmosphere especially in places they visited such as India, known for vibrancy and culture. Describing the sights sounds and smells along the way would have gone a long way in adding the depth that this book desperately needs.

Thanks to Booksirens and the Publisher for providing an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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#wonderouswednesday @eggs

1. The Boxcar Children series, first book was my favorite.
2. Josh and Hazel's Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren made me LOL
3. I don't read the genre much but enjoyed The Woman in the Window by A.J Finn
4. Lucky Charms
5. Consider yourself tagged, reader.

Eggs Loved #3!! 2w
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Wandfasted | Laurie Forest
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I have been longing for a new world to get lost in and have finally found it! This was an excellent introduction to the world and series. It is technically a prequel but at 235 pages it's no tiny novella. The story grabbed me from the first sentence and held me through the very end. I cannot wait to read The Black Witch, but I am heartbroken that Vale and Tessla aren't the focus of the main books because I love them so much.

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This was so different than I expected. I thought it would focus more on the walk itself, & had no clue about the mysticism inside. Like if Sylvia Brown wrote Wild. That isn't a bad thing, just a surprise. The regression experiences and insights that she had on the trail were quite interesting. Some was a bit much, but if you read between the lines there are some profound ideas there. I especially enjoyed the bit on the Androgyny of the soul.

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I can't think of another character that I have loathed more than Robert. He felt predatory, almost like he groomed her, swooping in as hero in her time of grief. Jen annoyed me bc how much I relate to her. Its easy to let fear & trauma control you so her leading a safe, boring life wasn't surprising & neither was her obsession with lists/planning. The plot was simple and predictable in a good way, like a Hallmark Movie.

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Untitled | Unknown
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Mine:

I'm Not Crazy, I Just Really Like Speaking in Accents and Hanging Out With My Dog. A Memoir of the Modern Spinster.

brit91 Just be you...💖💖💖 2w
marleed Oh I wish I could do accents! 2w
AutumnRLS We're f@#$ed: Tales from a Modern Day Serf. 2w
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mom2bugnbee From the Wings: Tales of a Theatre and Dance Mom 2w
xxjenadanxx @mom2bugnbee oh the stories you must have! 2w
xxjenadanxx @AutumnRLS I'd read it. 2w
xxjenadanxx @marleed it's super fun but sometimes they just happen and people look at you weird lolol. 2w
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An incredible debut. It does not suffer from being the first in a series at all. This is a fantasy book that feels like historical fiction. The world building is so good and blends beautifully with early 20th century Hawaii. The characters are well developed and somehow manage to be both believable and magical. I think thats because the magic itself is slow and natural and ancient like the islands & people it comes from. I can't wait for the next!

xxjenadanxx Also I couldn't tag the book because it isn't on the site yet but will continue trying! It is on Goodreads though so go add it to your TBR in anticipation for it's late October release! Bound in Flame by Katherine Kayne. 2w
IvoryLunatic I loved this one too and finished it in one day. 2w
xxjenadanxx @IvoryLunatic it took me about four hours. I can't wait to see where she takes the series. 2w
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This is much less book than it is written testimonial which is a shame because there is enough there that it could have been a great book had the author chosen to expand upon her stories and give more detail. Overall it comes across as lacking depth, which mirrors the authors own shallow and privileged world views at the time. It's disappointing because with a title and cover like that I expected this one to DELIVER.

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I was transported & immersed by the sights & smells of Colonial India. The beginning is reminiscent of The Secret Garden so I was concerned it was a knock off but the parallels soon ended & the story began to stand on its own legs. Sara is a character that you want to root for. A proper English lady but she isn't the pushover that society expects her to be. This is a story of star crossed lovers, but its also a tale of homecoming and destiny.

Texreader Brilliant review 3w
Jaimelire Sounds good! 2w
xxjenadanxx @Texreader thanks! It's a lot longer on Goodreads 😂 2w
xxjenadanxx @Jaimelire it was!! I really enjoyed it. 2w
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Cilka's Journey | Heather Morris
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My August Wrap Up!

7,825 Pages

25 Books Read
-7 ARCs
-15 Ebook
-10 Physical

My Favorites:
Cilka's Journey by Heather Morris
Westering Women by Sandra Dallas

merelybookish Impressive! 3w
rather_be_reading 👏👏 3w
Kaila-ann Very impressive 🎉 3w
Reggie Wow!!! 2w
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Astro Poets: Your Guides to the Zodiac | Dorothea Lasky, Alex Dimitrov
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Woohoo another win! I used to win constantly but have been on a losing streak the last couple years. Hopefully this being the second win this month is a sign of things to come.

PurpleyPumpkin Yay, congrats!👍🏽 3w
Aims42 🎉🎉🎉🎉 3w
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#friyayintro @howjessreads
1. Done
2.Buy more water and bread than needed and hope for the best. May dye my hair also. And reading of course.
3.Thats a loaded question! Overall: Mint Chocolate Chip, Brand Specific: Bluebell Banana Pudding and Breyers Black Raspberry Chocolate, Regional:Superman
4.I don't but I wish I did. My 13 year old niece plays violin, french horn and trumpet and I'm so proud and impressed by her!
5.You know I will!

TheSpineView It is never too late to learn. I started playing the piano at 48. 3w
xxjenadanxx @TheSpineView that's true! I need to learn to read music first I think 2w
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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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#summersendreadathon @Clwojick
Book #11
Hours read: 31:19

I had zero intentions of reading this but the hype machine wore me down and I'm glad for it.

This is the memoir of a girl fighting against all odds and successfully escaping an overzealous and dangerously religious upbringing and the manipulative men determined to maintain their control. It if also a story of resilience and self assurance and daring.

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The Bride Test | Helen Hoang
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#summersendreadathon @Clwojick
Book #10

This was a quick and easy read. I enjoyed the premise of the story but I don't think it was done as well as it could have been. I definitely prefer The Kiss Quotient to this one. And I'm not sure the appropriate number of times one can mention an uncomfortable bulging at the zipper but it was definitely overused in this book.

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Educated: A Memoir | Tara Westover
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More holds have arrived just in time for the long, hurricane filled weekend!

Top to Bottom:

House of Salt and Sorrow by Erin A Criag
The Lager Queen of Minnesota by J Ryan Stradal
Educated by Tara Westover

Amor4Libros I‘m listening to the audiobook for Educated, it‘s so good! 3w
AutumnRLS I enjoyed Educated and have heard good things about Salt and Sorrow. 3w
marleed Oh stay safe if you are in Dorian‘s path! 3w
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Drag Teen | Jeffery Self
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I love the cover. I love the concept. But I didn't love the book as much as I wanted to. I think that is strictly based on how similar it is to Dumplin. If I had never heard of that one then I'm sure this would have been a big winner for me.

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Park Avenue Summer | Rene Rosen
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This is the first book I've read from this author and I can't believe I've been missing out all this time! The writing was so good that I had a very hard time believing I was reading a piece of fiction and not a memoir. Any fan of Historic Fiction or The Devil Wears Prada will love this one.

Michellekidwell This one looks good! 3w
xxjenadanxx @Michellekidwell it definitely is! I can't recommend it enough! 3w
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The Secret Garden | Frances Hodgson Burnett
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#wondrouswednesday @eggs

1. The Poisonwood Bible has been on my TBR since 2012. I checked it out of the library Monday so fingers crossed I read it this time!
2. The Secret Garden.
3.455 according to Goodreads but that doesn't account for the ones on my shelves or on here!
4.The Promise of a Pencil by Adam Braun. 3.5 stars irl 4 on GR.
5.@TheHungryBookworms @FirstCoffeeThenBooks @BookDragonNotWorm @Wildly_Bookish @Hufflebutt @IheartYA

Kaila-ann I had to read The Poisonwood Bible in high school - I remember enjoying it even tho the details seem fuzzy now lol. 3w
Eggs Thanks for playing 🌺🌺 3w
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New Orleans Rush | Kelly Siskind
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This book just didn't work.. It lacked all of the, well, magic that one would expect in a book about New Orleans and Magicians. It had a lot of potential but just fell flat for me. The characters were described as pretty over the top but the authors writing just couldn't breathe that life into them. And the climax scene at the end with the bee...well I'm not sure what the author was thinking with that one.

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Today's library haul! A refresh was needed after the weekends reading. Which ones have you read?

1.Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
2.The Bride Test by Helen Hoang
3.The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
4.A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World by C.A Fletcher
5.The Philospher's War by Tom Miller
6.She Would Be King by Wayetu Moore

Deifio Good Omens! Very nice! That books had me laughing so much. The new TV series is a very good adaptation. BTW is that a lamp to the right? Looks cool 🤩 3w
xxjenadanxx @Deifio I haven't seen the show yet but I'm looking forward to it! It isn't a lamp, but that would be cool. Just a decorative armillary sphere from Amazon! 3w
TrishB Poisonwood Bible 👍🏻 loved it. 3w
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Emilymdxn Good omens! I‘m a huge fan I just read it this year before the tv show came out (edited) 3w
SharonAlger I loved the tv show of Good Omens! 3w
jewright Poisonwood Bible was haunting. 3w
AmyK1 The Poisonwood Bible 👍🏼 3w
Scochrane26 The Poisonwood Bible is a top 5 favorite book. It‘s amazing, my high schoolers at camp actually recommended it to me. Started my love of Barbara Kingsolver. I think this is her “masterpiece”. 3w
Scochrane26 I also think Good Omens is hilarious. 3w
Zelma Good Omens and The Poisonwood Bible are fantastic, albeit very different. I think I‘m in the minority but I hated The Bride Test; nothing like the sweet and sexy Kiss Quotient. 3w
xxjenadanxx @Scochrane26 it's the book that's been on my TBR the longest (according to Goodreads) so I decided I needed to finally tackle it this year. 3w
xxjenadanxx @Zelma I love variety! I hope I like the Bride Test because I really loved the Kiss Quotient. 3w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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TheReadingMermaid 9 books??? Holy heart failure Batman!!! 💪🌟👏👏👏 3w
Texreader Impressive!! 3w
Andrew65 Beyond impressive, a brilliant performance and outcome. 👏👏👏🍾🥂 3w
hes7 Way to go! 👏🏻 3w
Clwojick This is awesome! 🌟 3w
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Salt to the Sea | Ruta Sepetys
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#friyayintro @howjessreads

It isn't Friday anymore but I forgot to do this and well, I'll do what I want! Time is a construct! 😆

1.Salt to the Sea by Ruta Septys
2.To be a master of all languages. What a gift it would be to be able to communicate with anyone in their native tongue.
3.Proud Gemini
4.Readathon and absolutely nothing else!
5.Will do!

emilyrose_x Ooh I agree with your hook choice!! :) 3w
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Drag Teen | Jeffery Self
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I'm not at all happy with my numbers for today but it seems like everything I attempted to read didn't work for me. I did finish 2.5 books in 4.5 hours. I try not to DNF books but this one just wasn't giving me any joy to read so I said yolo. I'm currently right over 17 hours for the weekend so hitting 24 shouldn't be a problem (🤞)

#mbcreadathon #mbcfrogsread9 #24b4monday #summersendreadathon @Clwojick @TheReadingMermaid @andrew65 @jb72

MonthlyBookClub Entered 4w
Clwojick I used to hate bailing on books, but now I give it a minimum of 100 pages, and if I‘m still not into it I bail. I figure there‘s too many amazing books out there that I might miss out on if I spend my time reading books that I‘m not enjoying. 4w
Andrew65 @Clwojick I‘m terrible at persevering! 4w
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Andrew65 17 hours over two days is great, sometimes in readathons you get days like that. Good luck for today. 👏👏👏😊 4w
jb72 Great time! 🎉 I agree. YOLO and move on. 4w
xxjenadanxx @Clwojick I have always pushed through no matter what but I'm starting to feel the same way, reading should be fun not a chore! I still feel a little guilty lol. 3w
xxjenadanxx @jb72 @andrew65 thanks! I'm back on track! 3w
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Pretty When She Kills | Rhiannon Frater
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Day one of Readathon madness is in the books. (Pun not intended but appreciated in retrospect).

Four books completed. Three hours of near non-stop crying. Two library books, two ebooks. One series abandoned after boredom and disappointment. Onto the next!

#mbcreadathon #mbcfrogsread5 #24b4monday #summersendreadathon @MonthlyBookClub @thereadingmermaid @andrew65 @jb72 @Clwojick

Alyss_Reads_It_All Entered! 💕 4w
Andrew65 Brilliant, a great time for the first day. 🙌🙌🙌 4w
jb72 Awesome start! 🎉🎈 4w
Clwojick Awesome time! Way to go! 🙌🏻 4w
TheSpineView Great job!👏👏👏 4w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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My first two books and 6.5 hours are completed in a promising start to these readathons!

#summersendreadathon #24b4monday #mbcreadathon #mbcfrogsread @clwojick @thereadingmermaid @andrew65 @jb72 @monthlybookclub

Andrew65 Wow, what a great start. 👏 Slow start for me, only just broken through the hour mark! 4w
suzie.reads That's a fantastic start I'm only on 2hrs 44mins and have to go out now👎🏼 4w
Clwojick Woohoo! Awesome job, girl! You‘re going to crush this! 🙌🏻 4w
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No Country for Old Gnomes: The Tales of Pell | Kevin Hearne, Delilah S. Dawson
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#summersendreadathon @Clwojick

Just stumbled onto this readathon and I'm excited to join!

1.12 books/60 hours and to make a dent in my library stack!
2. Probably 'Park Avenue Summer' by Renee Rosen
3.I don't usually eat and read but I'll never say no to something sweet. Or cheese.
4.It needs to be cool and quiet.
5.Absolutely, I'm all over the place.
6.idk who to tag, so join in if you see this and consider yourself tagged!

Clwojick Mmmm yes to cheese 🧀 especially when paired with wine 🍷😆😉 4w
vivastory @Clwojick You speak the truth 🍷🧀 4w
Clwojick @vivastory I have just realized that I have wine. And cheese. This shall be an excellent start to the #SummersEndReadathon 🙋🏻‍♀️ 4w
vivastory @Clwojick Nice! Happy reading. Cheers! 4w
xxjenadanxx Lol sounds like you're winning the game @clwojick! 4w
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*Trigger Warning* This book contains physical and sexual assault on females of all ages. Stella Fortuna, whose name literally means lucky star, has always unintentionally tempted fate and has the scars to prove it. The book is a slow winding account of her life and how little control she had over it due to having the misfortune of being born to an abusive father, as well as her immigrant experience turned American nightmare.

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I grabbed this one randomly at the library after reading and loving Unmentionable but I didn't enjoy this one as much. Perhaps it was the Q&A format but for me it felt like the author was trying too hard to live up to the first one. It was still enjoyable, especially the photo caltjons, but if you can only read one skip this one and read Unmentionable instead.

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Park Avenue Summer | Rene Rosen
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I was pretty disappointed when I wasn't chosen to receive the ARC of this on Netgalley, but it made this Goodreads win that much sweeter!

marleed I really enjoyed reading this one! 4w
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The Unhoneymooners | Christina Lauren
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Congratulations @Megabooks what an awesome achievement!! My favorite summer read is The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren (or anything of hers!!) Fingers crossed 🤞.

#25etsy

Megabooks I‘ve been seeing so many positive reviews of this book! Thanks for entering! 1mo
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Apparently modern medicine has been doing it all wrong.

Smrloomis 😱 this book looks hysterical! Does it live up to the description? 1mo
Reagan-reads 😳 1mo
xxjenadanxx @Smrloomis I‘m about half way in so far and it is pretty entertaining! I will be honest and say I prefer her “Unmentionable” book to this one but that one was just right up my alley! I would recommend them both definitely! 1mo
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This book was a slow starter but it is an excellent read. It harkens back to the tales of old school adventurers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Fans of nature or adventure tales, or even just readers of stories like A Walk in the Woods and Wild will enjoy this one. Throughout the book there are quiet glimpses into a wild frontier most of us will only dream of seeing. Its well written, detailed and the photos are beautiful.

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I'll be honest, I'm disappointed. I expected a detailed account of the girls time in the Resistance, but its more of a general overview. It does provide some brief info on each of girls lives up to before the war, as well as mentions a few jobs they performed for the RVV in passing, but it feels like an afterthought. I wouldve loved for there to have been more detail about their missions, seductions and killings. It just feels incomplete to me.

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I'm not a huge fan of having to read on my computer, but at least it's interesting material.

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