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@amarimba Wrote a wonderful book on Manners and Etiquette.
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Title : PLEASE AND THANK YOU ARE MAGIC WORDS
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With this book, the story came alive with the help of the illustrations. A well written book captures the mind yet the pictures captures the eyes. .
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The little girl in me studied the pictures and smiled with wonder and amazement! .
The wonderful work was done by @camerontwilson . Follow him on IG to explore his page. He and his wife created Wilson's Stories Publishing. 📚

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@amarimba Wrote a wonderful book on Manners and Etiquette. . Title : PLEASE AND THANK YOU ARE MAGIC WORDS . With this book, the story came alive with the help of the illustrations. A well written book captures the mind yet the pictures captures the eyes. . . The little girl in me studied the pictures and smiled with wonder and amazement! . The wonderful work was done by @camerontwilson . Follow him on IG to explore his page. He and his wife created Wilson's Stories Publishing. 📚 #beboundless #bookstagram #bookreview #booktube #picturebook #picturestellastory #wonderandamazement #excited #childlike #brightcolors
Book Review: Warcross and Wildcard by Marie Lu ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I was lucky enough to buddy read this duology with @ohwildesoul and we had so much fun talking and freaking out about the events that take place in this series.
Marie Lu crafts a series that is SO action packed and characters that are so complex and interesting. I would have never picked it up if it hadn’t been for @booksandlala reading it and highly recommending it in her latest vlog. 
The fantasy world is one that you can easily dive right in to and immediately want to know more about. I loved every character for different reasons and I already wish there were more books in the series. I highly recommend picking these books up!!
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Book Review: Warcross and Wildcard by Marie Lu ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I was lucky enough to buddy read this duology with @ohwildesoul and we had so much fun talking and freaking out about the events that take place in this series. Marie Lu crafts a series that is SO action packed and characters that are so complex and interesting. I would have never picked it up if it hadn’t been for @booksandlala reading it and highly recommending it in her latest vlog. The fantasy world is one that you can easily dive right in to and immediately want to know more about. I loved every character for different reasons and I already wish there were more books in the series. I highly recommend picking these books up!! . . . #bookreview #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #julybookstagram19 #books #booknerd #bibliophile #bookworm #amreading #marielu #warcross #librarybooks #libraryhaul #yabooks #bookphotography #bookrecs #bookcommunity
It’s Jummah! Today we focussed on the importance of Friday for Muslims. Whilst the girls have always been aware it’s a special day we haven’t really learnt about it thoroughly! So I was so excited to be gifted this fantastic book by @minaretmountain.books called It’s Jummah Day! It took us through preparing for Jummah, a checklist at the end and thinking about prayer and Salam on Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). It’s a brilliant way to introduce Jummah to the kids! So we followed up today by thinking of wearing our best clothes (as the girls did so straight after their bath) and they designed and decorated their paper dolls clothes too! Massive shout out to @kitabkids for her fantastic inspiration in her Jummah series weekly! What a lovely way to get kids learning about Jummah 💗💗
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It’s Jummah! Today we focussed on the importance of Friday for Muslims. Whilst the girls have always been aware it’s a special day we haven’t really learnt about it thoroughly! So I was so excited to be gifted this fantastic book by @minaretmountain.books called It’s Jummah Day! It took us through preparing for Jummah, a checklist at the end and thinking about prayer and Salam on Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). It’s a brilliant way to introduce Jummah to the kids! So we followed up today by thinking of wearing our best clothes (as the girls did so straight after their bath) and they designed and decorated their paper dolls clothes too! Massive shout out to @kitabkids for her fantastic inspiration in her Jummah series weekly! What a lovely way to get kids learning about Jummah 💗💗 . . . #gifted #bookreview #jummah #friday #happyfriday #mamateachesme #mamateachesmesalaah #homeed #homeschoolfun #muslimkids #muslimhomeschool #muslimhomeschooling #bestclothes #faith #specialday #books #islamicbooks #muslimbooks
I am fascinated by serial killers for the exact reason mentioned by Teddy the prison guard in this book. The characters, Isaac and his father in particular, are so riveting. POV could use some work, but otherwise, this novel is very well-written. I recommend it to everyone sitting at home binging serial killer shows.

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I am fascinated by serial killers for the exact reason mentioned by Teddy the prison guard in this book. The characters, Isaac and his father in particular, are so riveting. POV could use some work, but otherwise, this novel is very well-written. I recommend it to everyone sitting at home binging serial killer shows. #InMyFathersBasement #TJPayne #Fiction #Horror #Thriller #SerialKiller #AmazonBooks #Kindle #Kindleunlimited #Bibliophile #GoodReads #Bookstagram #Bookworm #Bookstagrammer #BooksofInstagram #BookNerd #ReadersofInstagram #MustRead #ReadingisSexy #BookTime #TimetoRead #BookLover #Bookish #ReadersNook #BookNerdigans #BookPorn #BookAddict #BookReview
I received a wonderful review for ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH in Mystery Scene Magazine. "Rhys’ struggle across the still-on-fire landscape with Charlotte Dubois, an American ambulance driver with ties both to the Resistance and the Louvre, provides the backbone of this extraordinary story. But Rhys’ memories of fighting during the Great War provides its heart." Link to the full review in bio.

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I received a wonderful review for ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH in Mystery Scene Magazine. "Rhys’ struggle across the still-on-fire landscape with Charlotte Dubois, an American ambulance driver with ties both to the Resistance and the Louvre, provides the backbone of this extraordinary story. But Rhys’ memories of fighting during the Great War provides its heart." Link to the full review in bio. #OnceMoreUntoTheBreach #bookstagram #writersofinstagram #historicalfiction #militaryfiction #warnovels #WWII #france #polisbooks #booklovers #bibliophile #ireadeverywhere #greatreads #epicreads #thriller #histfic #suspense #bookish #bookaholic #igread #readallthebooks #readinglife #bookreview #MSReviews #MysterySceneMag
So I finished A Room Full of Bones last night and then read Ruth’s First Christmas Tree this morning as it’s only a short story. Both were great and I’m still amazed at the detail Elly Griffiths goes to with her history and depth of magic/cultural beliefs. I feel like I learn something new with each book which is quite an achievement for a fiction book! If you haven’t read any of the Dr Ruth Galloway novels then you need to!!! #bookreview #bookaddict #bookstagram #books #bookalicious #bookworm #bookaholic #ellygriffiths #ellygriffithsbooks #ruthgalloway #ruthgallowayseries #ruthgallowaymystery #roomfullofbones #mystery #greatbook #mustread #lovedit
So I finished A Room Full of Bones last night and then read Ruth’s First Christmas Tree this morning as it’s only a short story. Both were great and I’m still amazed at the detail Elly Griffiths goes to with her history and depth of magic/cultural beliefs. I feel like I learn something new with each book which is quite an achievement for a fiction book! If you haven’t read any of the Dr Ruth Galloway novels then you need to!!! #bookreview #bookaddict #bookstagram #books #bookalicious #bookworm #bookaholic #ellygriffiths #ellygriffithsbooks #ruthgalloway #ruthgallowayseries #ruthgallowaymystery #roomfullofbones #mystery #greatbook #mustread #lovedit
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Yesterday I finished the audio of Mrs. Everything and I was sad to come to the end. ⁣
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Mrs Everything starts off in the mid 1950s in a Jewish neighborhood in Detroit, where Jo and Bethie are growing up in an ever changing world. Jo is the oldest and isn’t like the other girls her age, she likes to spend time playing sports and goes to care about doing her hair and wearing girly dresses, all to her Mothers dismay. Bethie is the opposite, she loves acting like the lady she is and want to be when she grows up, to marry and have babies and stay at home is all she dreams of. The chapters alternate between the two sisters and span over the course of 70 years. They struggle with feminism, sexism, family drama, drugs, women’s rights and other issues. The two sisters lives take them far away from each other to have their own adventures and heartbreaks. But ultimately home is where your sister is. ⁣
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I adored this audio book. It took me a while to get through since I only listened to it on my 30 mins drive to and from work, but I looked forward to it daily. A narrator can make or break an audiobook for me and the two women that narrated for Jo and Bethie were superb! I loved how the book took place over such a long period of time and you got to really see the issue surrounding women during different decades and how they struggled and overcame. I highly recommend picking up a copy of Mrs. Everything! ⁣
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👭👭👭Book Review👭👭👭⁣ ⁣ Yesterday I finished the audio of Mrs. Everything and I was sad to come to the end. ⁣ ⁣ Mrs Everything starts off in the mid 1950s in a Jewish neighborhood in Detroit, where Jo and Bethie are growing up in an ever changing world. Jo is the oldest and isn’t like the other girls her age, she likes to spend time playing sports and goes to care about doing her hair and wearing girly dresses, all to her Mothers dismay. Bethie is the opposite, she loves acting like the lady she is and want to be when she grows up, to marry and have babies and stay at home is all she dreams of. The chapters alternate between the two sisters and span over the course of 70 years. They struggle with feminism, sexism, family drama, drugs, women’s rights and other issues. The two sisters lives take them far away from each other to have their own adventures and heartbreaks. But ultimately home is where your sister is. ⁣ ⁣ I adored this audio book. It took me a while to get through since I only listened to it on my 30 mins drive to and from work, but I looked forward to it daily. A narrator can make or break an audiobook for me and the two women that narrated for Jo and Bethie were superb! I loved how the book took place over such a long period of time and you got to really see the issue surrounding women during different decades and how they struggled and overcame. I highly recommend picking up a copy of Mrs. Everything! ⁣ ⁣ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #book #viralread #bookpic #bookphotography #bookcommunity #bookblog #bookblogger #bibliophile #bookworm #bookish #bookishpost #booknerd #bookobsessed #readersofinstagram #bookblogger #bookblogging #goodreads #bookreview #mrseverything #booksyoulove #bookstoread
If you like to watch RomComs this new book by @aspenhadley_author is the perfect book for you! I loved everything about it. It made me laugh and the romance was great too. You can read my full review at mybookaday.com,  just click on the blog tab. Now I'm in the mood for a RomCom, what's your favorite. Mine might be Leap Year. #amreading #bookreview #booksofinstagram #bookstagram #cleanromance #romanticcomedy
If you like to watch RomComs this new book by @aspenhadley_author is the perfect book for you! I loved everything about it. It made me laugh and the romance was great too. You can read my full review at mybookaday.com, just click on the blog tab. Now I'm in the mood for a RomCom, what's your favorite. Mine might be Leap Year. #amreading #bookreview #booksofinstagram #bookstagram #cleanromance #romanticcomedy
REVIEW ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin was my Ringmaster book as part of my circus themed Read-a-Thon for #trfread 🎪

It was a nice, easy read. Perfect for adjusting to being back from holiday and after finishing some heavier reads earlier this month. I enjoyed the writing style and have heard good things about Emily Giffin’s books 💕 
I’ve seen the movie and loved it which made me want to check out the books (especially because I also got her sequel, Something Blue, at a book swap a couple months ago). The book and movie are very similar to each other but I kind of preferred the movie and can’t put my finger on what exactly I prefer (maybe the fact it has John Krasinski? 😍) It’s a light read but it’s definitely not for everyone because the characters can be annoying and unlikeable at times. I did like how it emphasized that things in life aren’t always black and white, there’s a lot of Greg areas too. I’ve seen reviews that it “condones/excuses cheating” but I don’t see it that way. It’s fictional, it’s not meant to be taken to heart; it’s purely entertainment.

Overall, I give this book a 3/5 ⭐️s because the writing is good and it’s an easy read, but I didn’t like any of the characters.

#qotd: Have you read this book or seen the movie? What did you think? 💭
REVIEW ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin was my Ringmaster book as part of my circus themed Read-a-Thon for #trfread 🎪 It was a nice, easy read. Perfect for adjusting to being back from holiday and after finishing some heavier reads earlier this month. I enjoyed the writing style and have heard good things about Emily Giffin’s books 💕 I’ve seen the movie and loved it which made me want to check out the books (especially because I also got her sequel, Something Blue, at a book swap a couple months ago). The book and movie are very similar to each other but I kind of preferred the movie and can’t put my finger on what exactly I prefer (maybe the fact it has John Krasinski? 😍) It’s a light read but it’s definitely not for everyone because the characters can be annoying and unlikeable at times. I did like how it emphasized that things in life aren’t always black and white, there’s a lot of Greg areas too. I’ve seen reviews that it “condones/excuses cheating” but I don’t see it that way. It’s fictional, it’s not meant to be taken to heart; it’s purely entertainment. Overall, I give this book a 3/5 ⭐️s because the writing is good and it’s an easy read, but I didn’t like any of the characters. #qotd: Have you read this book or seen the movie? What did you think? 💭
My sister bought me this book, I believe, on my 18th birthday. I read it cover to cover as morbid as that may seem. Though it may look like a goths instruction manual, it's extremely interesting and full of facts. From the history, celebrities, war, disease, tons of statistics, suicide, death penalty, hara-kiri, decomposition and other methods, poisons, ancient practices, jobs, animals, funny cartoons, and much more. I revisit this book every now and then for informational purposes. While this book may not be everybody's cup of tea, it's an unfortunate fact that we will all have to have that uncomfortable conversation about death sooner or later. My husband and I have had it multiple times so we're on the same page about our last wishes and funerals. I've already had the swedish death cleaning conversation with my parents so when the time comes I'll be ready instead of using my emotions to handle their belongings. Even if you don't end up reading this book (as interesting as it is!) I do recommended having those hard conversations in order to save yourself the confusion and adding to the heavy burden of dealing with a loved ones proceedings further down the line. #idobookreviews #bookreview #bookstagram #read #literature #coffee #funeral #death #love #morbid #macabre
My sister bought me this book, I believe, on my 18th birthday. I read it cover to cover as morbid as that may seem. Though it may look like a goths instruction manual, it's extremely interesting and full of facts. From the history, celebrities, war, disease, tons of statistics, suicide, death penalty, hara-kiri, decomposition and other methods, poisons, ancient practices, jobs, animals, funny cartoons, and much more. I revisit this book every now and then for informational purposes. While this book may not be everybody's cup of tea, it's an unfortunate fact that we will all have to have that uncomfortable conversation about death sooner or later. My husband and I have had it multiple times so we're on the same page about our last wishes and funerals. I've already had the swedish death cleaning conversation with my parents so when the time comes I'll be ready instead of using my emotions to handle their belongings. Even if you don't end up reading this book (as interesting as it is!) I do recommended having those hard conversations in order to save yourself the confusion and adding to the heavy burden of dealing with a loved ones proceedings further down the line. #idobookreviews #bookreview #bookstagram #read #literature #coffee #funeral #death #love #morbid #macabre
C.E. Allan has outdone himself with The Hunt for Project M, and I can't wait to see what will happen next!
Find out why in my #bookreview http://bit.ly/Hunt4ProjectM
#SciFi #HuntForProjectM #GodsOfNibiru #5Stars
C.E. Allan has outdone himself with The Hunt for Project M, and I can't wait to see what will happen next! Find out why in my #bookreview http://bit.ly/Hunt4ProjectM #SciFi #HuntForProjectM #GodsOfNibiru #5Stars
New on blog. Review @meyrickdenzil A Breath On Dying Embers .....REVIEW......
Denzil Meyrick does it again! Loved, loved loved this book! 
I binge read my way through the whole series until I arrived at this latest book, so savoured it until the very end. Another cracker featuring the indomitable DS Brian Scott and DCI Jim Daley,  the pair of Police Scotland detectives from Kinloch.
In this book A Breath On Dying Embers, Daley is present throughput the book but temporarily out of active service during most of the inquiry into the murder of a local ornithologist and the subsequent events.  The murder was apparently connected to the mysterious goings on around the luxury cruiser SS Great Britain, a ship full of wealthy, well connected business people plus a Royal and was beleaguered with problems and security issues and temporarily berthed in Kinloch harbour until the problems are dealt with. This time Brian Scott has another side kick in the form of his wife Ella who accompanies him on board the boat when he’s unwillingly tasked with an undercover assignment on board the ship or the ‘boat’ as he refers to it. The banter between Brian Scott and his wife is at times hilarious and brings the humour into the serious story that is one of the trademarks of this author. Add Hamish, the fisherman with his second sight and foreboding feelings of doom into the mix on board the ship for an entertainment of locals night plus Annie the landlady of the County hotel and the tension increases but there are laugh out loud moments in the middle of the tense action that helps the reader to draw breath  if their hearts haven’t stopped beating!

With interesting sub plots featuring Liz Daley, Brian Daley’s estranged wife and their son James, plus learning much more about Chief Superintendent Carrie Symonds the book was an interesting read and I feel one of the best in the series. Once more we are treated to descriptions of the beautiful, scenic area around Campbeltown in Argyll, which is the real setting of this series of books. 
No spoilers but the book finished on a worrisome,  intriguing ending.
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New on blog. Review @meyrickdenzil A Breath On Dying Embers .....REVIEW...... Denzil Meyrick does it again! Loved, loved loved this book! I binge read my way through the whole series until I arrived at this latest book, so savoured it until the very end. Another cracker featuring the indomitable DS Brian Scott and DCI Jim Daley, the pair of Police Scotland detectives from Kinloch. In this book A Breath On Dying Embers, Daley is present throughput the book but temporarily out of active service during most of the inquiry into the murder of a local ornithologist and the subsequent events. The murder was apparently connected to the mysterious goings on around the luxury cruiser SS Great Britain, a ship full of wealthy, well connected business people plus a Royal and was beleaguered with problems and security issues and temporarily berthed in Kinloch harbour until the problems are dealt with. This time Brian Scott has another side kick in the form of his wife Ella who accompanies him on board the boat when he’s unwillingly tasked with an undercover assignment on board the ship or the ‘boat’ as he refers to it. The banter between Brian Scott and his wife is at times hilarious and brings the humour into the serious story that is one of the trademarks of this author. Add Hamish, the fisherman with his second sight and foreboding feelings of doom into the mix on board the ship for an entertainment of locals night plus Annie the landlady of the County hotel and the tension increases but there are laugh out loud moments in the middle of the tense action that helps the reader to draw breath if their hearts haven’t stopped beating! With interesting sub plots featuring Liz Daley, Brian Daley’s estranged wife and their son James, plus learning much more about Chief Superintendent Carrie Symonds the book was an interesting read and I feel one of the best in the series. Once more we are treated to descriptions of the beautiful, scenic area around Campbeltown in Argyll, which is the real setting of this series of books. No spoilers but the book finished on a worrisome, intriguing ending. #denzilmeyrick #abreathondyingembers #bookreview #bloggerreview #crimefiction
Todo dia, escrito por David Levithan, e publicado aqui no Brasil pela Galera Record, consegue ter um equilíbrio perfeito: é um livro de leitura rápida, fluída e muito gostosa, ao mesmo tempo que trata de temas extremamente importantes, principalmente durante a adolescência, como identidade, personalidade, autoconhecimento, transformações e primeiro amor.

Nessa história conhecemos A, um ser que acorda todos os dias em um corpo diferente, tomando o lugar de alguém. A não tem um corpo próprio, e não consegue ficar por mais de um dia no mesmo corpo. Também não há distinção de sexo, raça, tamanho... o único padrão é que ele sempre acorda no corpo de pessoas que tenham a mesma idade que ele.

É nessa mudança constante que A acaba no corpo de Justin, e conhece sua namorada Rhiannon. Tudo muda para A a medida que ele percebe que está se apaixonando por Rhianon, mas como fazer esse amor dar certo, se amanhã ele já não será mais a mesma pessoa?

Eu adorei demais esse livro, recomendo a todos que gostam de romance adolescente que foge um pouco do comum.

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Todo dia, escrito por David Levithan, e publicado aqui no Brasil pela Galera Record, consegue ter um equilíbrio perfeito: é um livro de leitura rápida, fluída e muito gostosa, ao mesmo tempo que trata de temas extremamente importantes, principalmente durante a adolescência, como identidade, personalidade, autoconhecimento, transformações e primeiro amor. Nessa história conhecemos A, um ser que acorda todos os dias em um corpo diferente, tomando o lugar de alguém. A não tem um corpo próprio, e não consegue ficar por mais de um dia no mesmo corpo. Também não há distinção de sexo, raça, tamanho... o único padrão é que ele sempre acorda no corpo de pessoas que tenham a mesma idade que ele. É nessa mudança constante que A acaba no corpo de Justin, e conhece sua namorada Rhiannon. Tudo muda para A a medida que ele percebe que está se apaixonando por Rhianon, mas como fazer esse amor dar certo, se amanhã ele já não será mais a mesma pessoa? Eu adorei demais esse livro, recomendo a todos que gostam de romance adolescente que foge um pouco do comum. #bookreview #bookaholic #bookphotography #booklover #bookish #everyday #davidlevithan #tododia #livros #leitura #literatura #amoler #igliterario #instagramliterario #resenha #praia #beachphotography
Today I'm spending my day off with this romantic comedy, The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary. See below for the synopsis!
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"Tiffy and Leon share an apartment. Tiffy and Leon have never met.
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After a bad breakup, Tiffy Moore needs a place to live. Fast. And cheap. But the apartments in her budget have her wondering if astonishingly colored mold on the walls counts as art.
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Desperation makes her open minded, so she answers an ad for a flatshare. Leon, a night shift worker, will take the apartment during the day, and Tiffy can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever be there when she’s at the office. In fact, they’ll never even have to meet.
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Tiffy and Leon start writing each other notes – first about what day is garbage day, and politely establishing what leftovers are up for grabs, and the evergreen question of whether the toilet seat should stay up or down. Even though they are opposites, they soon become friends. And then maybe more.
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But falling in love with your roommate is probably a terrible idea…especially if you've never met."
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Has anyone read this one? I've been seeing it all over Bookstagram, so it's time to see if it lives up to the hype!
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Today I'm spending my day off with this romantic comedy, The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary. See below for the synopsis! . "Tiffy and Leon share an apartment. Tiffy and Leon have never met. . After a bad breakup, Tiffy Moore needs a place to live. Fast. And cheap. But the apartments in her budget have her wondering if astonishingly colored mold on the walls counts as art. . Desperation makes her open minded, so she answers an ad for a flatshare. Leon, a night shift worker, will take the apartment during the day, and Tiffy can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever be there when she’s at the office. In fact, they’ll never even have to meet. . Tiffy and Leon start writing each other notes – first about what day is garbage day, and politely establishing what leftovers are up for grabs, and the evergreen question of whether the toilet seat should stay up or down. Even though they are opposites, they soon become friends. And then maybe more. . But falling in love with your roommate is probably a terrible idea…especially if you've never met." . Has anyone read this one? I've been seeing it all over Bookstagram, so it's time to see if it lives up to the hype! . . . #currentread #readersofig #bookishlove #bookishfeature #booklife #readmorebooks #bookrecommendation #bookblogger #booktime #bookshelf #booknerd #bookworm #bookish #bibliophile #book #reading #read #bookstagram #bookishphotography #readerslife #booksbooksbooks #bookreviewblog #bookreview #library #theflatshare #librarylove
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So halfway into June, I found this gem at a Goodwill, and I ALWAYS buy BOTM copies of books when I run across them. Then I started reading it, and didn’t realize it was a thriller until I was about 100 pages in. June was No Thriller Month, but I had made it that far so I kept going.
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I’m really glad I dove into this without realizing it was a thriller. My expectations of that genre have gotten unrealistically high, and since I didn’t go in with those crazy high expectations, I really got to just focus on enjoying the story. I wasn’t looking for every twist.
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This was a fun read! Quick, surprising, and with a real cast of likable yet unlikable characters (which I love). There were a lot of elements at play and a lot of intense moments. It also gave me an ambiguous ending and I LOVE that in a story. It was a great way to reintroduce myself to thrillers after taking a break, and it was a great thriller too. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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I’ve been seeing everyone’s #scaredstraightstack! What’s your all time favorite thriller? Mine is probably The Silent Patient.
🔪review🔪 ... So halfway into June, I found this gem at a Goodwill, and I ALWAYS buy BOTM copies of books when I run across them. Then I started reading it, and didn’t realize it was a thriller until I was about 100 pages in. June was No Thriller Month, but I had made it that far so I kept going. ... I’m really glad I dove into this without realizing it was a thriller. My expectations of that genre have gotten unrealistically high, and since I didn’t go in with those crazy high expectations, I really got to just focus on enjoying the story. I wasn’t looking for every twist. ... This was a fun read! Quick, surprising, and with a real cast of likable yet unlikable characters (which I love). There were a lot of elements at play and a lot of intense moments. It also gave me an ambiguous ending and I LOVE that in a story. It was a great way to reintroduce myself to thrillers after taking a break, and it was a great thriller too. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ... I’ve been seeing everyone’s #scaredstraightstack! What’s your all time favorite thriller? Mine is probably The Silent Patient.
I finished The Body Lies by Jo Baker a few days ago, and I think I needed a bit to really process my feelings toward this book.
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The story opens with our unnamed protagonist being assaulted by a strange man. She is pregnant and cannot fight back, but it doesn't go further than a punch in the face. Years later she lands a job outside of London in a university, and moves, hoping for a quiet and safer life. Then one of her creative writing students starts writing what he calls "the truth," only it's about her and it isn't true at all.
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This book was tense. I felt my muscles tighten throughout the entire book. Baker really exposed the daily life of a woman: ignoring hands placed on the small of our backs, on our arms, on our shoulders, smiling at men who open the door just so we have to slip past and maybe touch them. How we say yes to unreasonable requests and apologize all the damn time for everything. I had such a strong emotional response to this, I felt violated myself as I read. I just can't help but wonder how a man would read this, at least the first ¾ths of the book (after that it gets a little crazy), how he would react, if he would notice something was wrong, if he would tense up as I did.
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It was an interesting read, and very well-written, but also a difficult read. I really wouldn't recommend it to anyone who has been assaulted, either sexually and non-sexually, or anyone who can't stomach those things (as I typically cannot). This book definitely deserves a trigger warning label (which are discussed in the book, but I'm not so sure they're put in the greatest light). Idk maybe I still haven't worked out my feelings about this book. It was great but I'd never read it again.
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All in all I give it ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5
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I finished The Body Lies by Jo Baker a few days ago, and I think I needed a bit to really process my feelings toward this book. . The story opens with our unnamed protagonist being assaulted by a strange man. She is pregnant and cannot fight back, but it doesn't go further than a punch in the face. Years later she lands a job outside of London in a university, and moves, hoping for a quiet and safer life. Then one of her creative writing students starts writing what he calls "the truth," only it's about her and it isn't true at all. . This book was tense. I felt my muscles tighten throughout the entire book. Baker really exposed the daily life of a woman: ignoring hands placed on the small of our backs, on our arms, on our shoulders, smiling at men who open the door just so we have to slip past and maybe touch them. How we say yes to unreasonable requests and apologize all the damn time for everything. I had such a strong emotional response to this, I felt violated myself as I read. I just can't help but wonder how a man would read this, at least the first ¾ths of the book (after that it gets a little crazy), how he would react, if he would notice something was wrong, if he would tense up as I did. . It was an interesting read, and very well-written, but also a difficult read. I really wouldn't recommend it to anyone who has been assaulted, either sexually and non-sexually, or anyone who can't stomach those things (as I typically cannot). This book definitely deserves a trigger warning label (which are discussed in the book, but I'm not so sure they're put in the greatest light). Idk maybe I still haven't worked out my feelings about this book. It was great but I'd never read it again. . All in all I give it ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 . . #thebodylies #jobaker #tw #triggerwarning #sexualassault #assault #assaultvictim #psychologicalthriller #thriller #books #bookstagtam #allthebooks #bookreview #dumbgirlreads #reading #mustlovereading #allthebooks
This is an excellent book if you are feeling stuck in a cycle and find yourself sliding back on the good habits you planned to implement. It provides you with several strategies on how to make new habits easy to stick to. #booktalk #goodhabits #bookreview #atomichabits #goalsetting
This is an excellent book if you are feeling stuck in a cycle and find yourself sliding back on the good habits you planned to implement. It provides you with several strategies on how to make new habits easy to stick to. #booktalk #goodhabits #bookreview #atomichabits #goalsetting
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While scrolling instagram, Eliza finds out her ex is engaged. Ugh of course he is! Lucky for her she owns a jewelry store and can slip a ring on and make a fake post pretending she too is engaged to make herself feel better! Except when morning comes and her phone is blowing up, Eliza realizes she accidentally posted her fake post and not only are her followers going crazy with the news, but sales are pouring in. With an increase in rent on the horizon, and the publicity from her engagement helping sales soar, Eliza decides to go along with the idea and try to find a man to marry her in time for her free wedding from vendors hoping to get great results from her instagram posts.
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3.5 stars. This book took me a bit to get into it, but overall I thought it was super cute. It was easy to see why Eliza got so caught up in keeping up with the lie when it could save her store. The cast of characters was unique and enjoyable, and I loved seeing who told her she was nuts, vs who went along for the ride.
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⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 • While scrolling instagram, Eliza finds out her ex is engaged. Ugh of course he is! Lucky for her she owns a jewelry store and can slip a ring on and make a fake post pretending she too is engaged to make herself feel better! Except when morning comes and her phone is blowing up, Eliza realizes she accidentally posted her fake post and not only are her followers going crazy with the news, but sales are pouring in. With an increase in rent on the horizon, and the publicity from her engagement helping sales soar, Eliza decides to go along with the idea and try to find a man to marry her in time for her free wedding from vendors hoping to get great results from her instagram posts. • 3.5 stars. This book took me a bit to get into it, but overall I thought it was super cute. It was easy to see why Eliza got so caught up in keeping up with the lie when it could save her store. The cast of characters was unique and enjoyable, and I loved seeing who told her she was nuts, vs who went along for the ride. • Thank you to @Netgalley and @touchstonebooks for allowing me to read and review this book in advance! • #Bookstagram #booksbooksandmorebooks #addictedtoreading #readingismyescape #books #booklover #booknerd #bibliophile #bookshelf #bookobsessed #booksommunity #booksofinstagram #bookshelf #bookworm #bookish #booklover #bookstack #goodreads #lovereading #read #reading #fortheloveofbooks #readersofig #bookreview #bookclub #loveatfirstlike #Hannahorenstein #touchstonebooks
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Book - Who stole my job by @whostolemyjob
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Title : Who stole my job
Author : Sunil Mishra | @whostolemyjob
Publication : @srishtipub

The main reason behind me picking up this book is I work with IT field and I know the way it works and the politics behind it. At times it's pure luck, the deserving one might get less rating at time of appraisal if your manager is not satisfied with you or doesn't like you for some reason. And some get everything without even doing a proper hardwork. This happens now also at many places. They can fire you anytime ignoring your work and sincerity. Nothing is certain in private sector. Can make us work for 12-13 hours but when it comes to hike then they complete ignore it and blame you didn't achieved your goals.

This is clearing showing us the picture of IT industry. The story starts with an authority letter that they want to hire an America CEO to improve the profit of Company and Marshal is selected. Satvik the main protangonist of our story is the employee of the same company. Marshal, the new CEO is totally different from the previous CEO for this working style. He believes that the number of employees is not important but they should require unique skill and that matters the most. As a result of this he fired many employees. Will our Satvik's skill match with Marshal?Will he survive? What will happen next if he don't survive?

To know about all this please grab this book. The Author has put complete effort to describe IT industry system. The struggle IT people faces. 
QOTD : Are you doing your dream job?
Buddy Reader : @ladythor_bookblogger

Thank you @rsgbookreviews , @whostolemyjob ,@anmoljauher @bookworm_falguni for providing me with beautiful copy.

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Reviewer - @midnight_book_blogger . Book - Who stole my job by @whostolemyjob . . #bookreview Title : Who stole my job Author : Sunil Mishra | @whostolemyjob Publication : @srishtipub The main reason behind me picking up this book is I work with IT field and I know the way it works and the politics behind it. At times it's pure luck, the deserving one might get less rating at time of appraisal if your manager is not satisfied with you or doesn't like you for some reason. And some get everything without even doing a proper hardwork. This happens now also at many places. They can fire you anytime ignoring your work and sincerity. Nothing is certain in private sector. Can make us work for 12-13 hours but when it comes to hike then they complete ignore it and blame you didn't achieved your goals. This is clearing showing us the picture of IT industry. The story starts with an authority letter that they want to hire an America CEO to improve the profit of Company and Marshal is selected. Satvik the main protangonist of our story is the employee of the same company. Marshal, the new CEO is totally different from the previous CEO for this working style. He believes that the number of employees is not important but they should require unique skill and that matters the most. As a result of this he fired many employees. Will our Satvik's skill match with Marshal?Will he survive? What will happen next if he don't survive? To know about all this please grab this book. The Author has put complete effort to describe IT industry system. The struggle IT people faces. QOTD : Are you doing your dream job? Buddy Reader : @ladythor_bookblogger Thank you @rsgbookreviews , @whostolemyjob ,@anmoljauher @bookworm_falguni for providing me with beautiful copy. #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #book #books #booksbooksbooks #bookworld #bookworm #booklover #booklove #whostolemyjob #bookphotography #instafilters #instaworld #bookreview #bookreviewer #bookreviewblog
*Fantasy Friday* Calling all Alice in Wonderland lovers “Splintered” is about Alyssa Gardner, a relative to Alice Liddell the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland. Alyssa’s always been different, hearing the whispers of flowers and insects. What Alyssa doesn’t realize is that Wonderland is in fact real and that her family isn’t as crazy as people believe. When Alyssa gets thrown into Wonderland, she learns that it’s a much darker world than in the stories. This was a 5⭐️ star read for me. I love anything Alice in Wonderland related and this book doesn’t disappoint! @aghoward_writes #aghoward #splintered #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookreview #reading #booklover #fantasy #fantasyfriday #ya #youngadultbooks #aliceinwonderland
*Fantasy Friday* Calling all Alice in Wonderland lovers “Splintered” is about Alyssa Gardner, a relative to Alice Liddell the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland. Alyssa’s always been different, hearing the whispers of flowers and insects. What Alyssa doesn’t realize is that Wonderland is in fact real and that her family isn’t as crazy as people believe. When Alyssa gets thrown into Wonderland, she learns that it’s a much darker world than in the stories. This was a 5⭐️ star read for me. I love anything Alice in Wonderland related and this book doesn’t disappoint! @aghoward_writes #aghoward #splintered #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookreview #reading #booklover #fantasy #fantasyfriday #ya #youngadultbooks #aliceinwonderland
The setting and premise of Tomorrow’s Bread held plenty of promise but there was not enough plot or character development to hold my interest.
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Set in the segregated South of the ‘60s, this book tells a story of gentrification and its impact on the neighborhood and individuals who call it home. I was interested enough in the characters to finish it but I felt like it never went anywhere. On the plus side, it's well written and felt very realistic and timely... sadly, it felt like it could have easily taken place in modern day. Also, I’m kind of in love with the cover 😍
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It’s not a bad book (many 5 star reviews out there!), but it was not for me. Has anyone else read it?
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The setting and premise of Tomorrow’s Bread held plenty of promise but there was not enough plot or character development to hold my interest. . Set in the segregated South of the ‘60s, this book tells a story of gentrification and its impact on the neighborhood and individuals who call it home. I was interested enough in the characters to finish it but I felt like it never went anywhere. On the plus side, it's well written and felt very realistic and timely... sadly, it felt like it could have easily taken place in modern day. Also, I’m kind of in love with the cover 😍 . It’s not a bad book (many 5 star reviews out there!), but it was not for me. Has anyone else read it? . . . #bookstagram #bookish #bookworm #booklover #southernbooks #historicalfiction #tomorrowsbread #summerreading #2019reads #igreads #instaread #bookreview #instabook
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A little stream of Hope is seen in the distance with every book sale  Wishing your toes take a dip in your stream today. Happy Friday

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A little stream of Hope is seen in the distance with every book sale Wishing your toes take a dip in your stream today. Happy Friday #writingcommunity #bookreview #bookgeek #bookclubs #fictionbooks
Please click the link in my bio to go straight to the full post. #blog #blogger #blogpost #writing #books #bookclub #bookreview
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Erotic stories for Punjabi widows is set in London and revolves around Nikki and a bunch of Punjabi widows. Nikki is British by birth, college dropout, and rebel by nature who lives by herself.
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Nikki and these women meet in a literacy class where things change for them. Nikki realizes how these women are still bound by conventions and traditions of society and yet they have that inner spark of desire alive; and widows get a chance to open up about their desires and fantasies which is much more colorful than the white they are always wear. There is also a group of “Brothers” who act as Moral police of this Punjabi society and widows want to keep their story sessions hidden because of them.
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With main storyline of these funny and witty widows, we see 2 parallel sub plots as well. One focusses on life of Nikki and other is about a suspicious suicide of a young girl. While teaching in Southhall, Nikki realizes how these people think honor and integrity is above death. Also, at multiple stages in this book, people raise questions on these Punjabi widows writing these erotic stories and how wrong it is. But why these women must be deprived of these desires just because they lose their husbands.
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As the title suggests, you will get a good dose of steamy and erotic stories narrated by these women. But that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what lies underneath. This book sheds light on our society and belief system which, even in a foreign country, is patriarchal.  These widows have lived all their lives in a set pattern, doing household chores or whatever men in their life told them to; always put their life on backseat for others in their household as that’s what is expected of them. This book shows seemingly “orthodox” widows can have desires too.
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How important it is to find a “good match” at an appropriate age; how essential it is to listen to men of your house; how honor should be kept even at the price of a life. Jaswal touched a lot of controversial topics through this book but the way it has been presented, doesn’t leave you too stressed or disturbed.
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This  is an unusual story for sure but leaves you with a happy ending! Go read!
#bookreview 📖 Erotic stories for Punjabi widows is set in London and revolves around Nikki and a bunch of Punjabi widows. Nikki is British by birth, college dropout, and rebel by nature who lives by herself. 📖 Nikki and these women meet in a literacy class where things change for them. Nikki realizes how these women are still bound by conventions and traditions of society and yet they have that inner spark of desire alive; and widows get a chance to open up about their desires and fantasies which is much more colorful than the white they are always wear. There is also a group of “Brothers” who act as Moral police of this Punjabi society and widows want to keep their story sessions hidden because of them. 📖 With main storyline of these funny and witty widows, we see 2 parallel sub plots as well. One focusses on life of Nikki and other is about a suspicious suicide of a young girl. While teaching in Southhall, Nikki realizes how these people think honor and integrity is above death. Also, at multiple stages in this book, people raise questions on these Punjabi widows writing these erotic stories and how wrong it is. But why these women must be deprived of these desires just because they lose their husbands. 📖 As the title suggests, you will get a good dose of steamy and erotic stories narrated by these women. But that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what lies underneath. This book sheds light on our society and belief system which, even in a foreign country, is patriarchal.  These widows have lived all their lives in a set pattern, doing household chores or whatever men in their life told them to; always put their life on backseat for others in their household as that’s what is expected of them. This book shows seemingly “orthodox” widows can have desires too. 📖 How important it is to find a “good match” at an appropriate age; how essential it is to listen to men of your house; how honor should be kept even at the price of a life. Jaswal touched a lot of controversial topics through this book but the way it has been presented, doesn’t leave you too stressed or disturbed. 📖 This  is an unusual story for sure but leaves you with a happy ending! Go read!
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#ARC #Review: Wolf Rain by @NaliniSingh w/ @BerkleyRomance. This was an outstanding story in the Psy-Changeling Trinity series... can't wait to see what the future holds for the psy-net & alliance!

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#ARC #Review: Wolf Rain by @NaliniSingh w/ @BerkleyRomance. This was an outstanding story in the Psy-Changeling Trinity series... can't wait to see what the future holds for the psy-net & alliance! http://ow.ly/124950v2ktA #bookbloggers #reading #romance #paranormal #bookreview
the feeling when you love a book more than you expected!😻ُHas this ever happened to you? What book was it?🖤
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I recently read and fell in love with DAISY JONES AND THE SIX (thank you for the copy @randomhouse). The characters, the rock n roll vibe, the utter love letter to the creative process behind songwriting and music that this book was - I loved it all, especially the steady thread in the story that was all about the day to day of women’s struggles and choices in a male dominated industry. I read a bit from the physical copy, but listened to most of the audiobook on @storytel.in - I think I may not have loved this book as much if it wasn’t for the audiobook 🙈 I would have enjoyed it for sure, but there are narrators for each character and their voices and vocal affectations brought the names to life on audio in a way that elevated my listening experience. There is so much history between the characters and they all seem to remember different details and moments in their own way. This is story about an alluring signer called Daisy Jones, about a band (The Six), their success and eventual break up, but it’s also about the pull certain people have on us and what we’re willing (or unwilling) to sacrifice for being with someone. If you’re looking for a summer read or something that’s a bit about love, messy relationships and music - then go for DAISY JONES AND THE SIX. I’d recommend listening to the audiobook because the interview/documentary format of the novel is super audiobook friendly.
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Have you read DAISY JONES AND THE SIX? Or anything else written by @tjenkinsreid?! This was my first book by her and I’m going to be reading the rest whenever I can ☺️
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the feeling when you love a book more than you expected!😻ُHas this ever happened to you? What book was it?🖤 . I recently read and fell in love with DAISY JONES AND THE SIX (thank you for the copy @randomhouse). The characters, the rock n roll vibe, the utter love letter to the creative process behind songwriting and music that this book was - I loved it all, especially the steady thread in the story that was all about the day to day of women’s struggles and choices in a male dominated industry. I read a bit from the physical copy, but listened to most of the audiobook on @storytel.in - I think I may not have loved this book as much if it wasn’t for the audiobook 🙈 I would have enjoyed it for sure, but there are narrators for each character and their voices and vocal affectations brought the names to life on audio in a way that elevated my listening experience. There is so much history between the characters and they all seem to remember different details and moments in their own way. This is story about an alluring signer called Daisy Jones, about a band (The Six), their success and eventual break up, but it’s also about the pull certain people have on us and what we’re willing (or unwilling) to sacrifice for being with someone. If you’re looking for a summer read or something that’s a bit about love, messy relationships and music - then go for DAISY JONES AND THE SIX. I’d recommend listening to the audiobook because the interview/documentary format of the novel is super audiobook friendly. . Have you read DAISY JONES AND THE SIX? Or anything else written by @tjenkinsreid?! This was my first book by her and I’m going to be reading the rest whenever I can ☺️ . #daisyjonesandthesix #taylorjenkinsreid #bookstagram #unitedbookstagram #bookblogger #bookreview #sammybookreview #bookish
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BMR Kid Book Review by @grahamreads
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I read The Meatshower by Mick Sullivan and illustrated by Shae Goodlett @shaegoodlett and I really liked it. I wanted to post this video sooner but my Grandude died and my family had stuff to do. My Grandude and I read this book together though when the book first came out this spring and we laughed and laughed about it. Grandude liked meat but I am a vegetarian but I still really liked this book. -graham .
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BMR Kid Book Review by @grahamreads ・・・ I read The Meatshower by Mick Sullivan and illustrated by Shae Goodlett @shaegoodlett and I really liked it. I wanted to post this video sooner but my Grandude died and my family had stuff to do. My Grandude and I read this book together though when the book first came out this spring and we laughed and laughed about it. Grandude liked meat but I am a vegetarian but I still really liked this book. -graham . . . . #meatshower The author of this book, Mick Sullivan aka @micknotmitch , also writes and hosts the podcast @thepastandthecurious which our family loves and highly recommends❤️ -Graham’s mom . #grahamreads #kidsbookswelove #kidsbookshelf #kidsbookstagram #bookstagram #bookreviewer #bookreview #kidblogger #childrensbookblogger #historyforkids #childactor #kidsreading #sixyearsold #publishingcompany #cutekids #summerreading #vegetariankids #risingstar #kidinfluencer #kidinfluencers #whattoreadnext #whattoread #bookrecommendations #louisvilleauthors
⁣“Born a Crime and Other Stories” is a book by comedian Trevor Noah about his life growing up in South Africa. 🇿🇦⠀
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Fans of his standup comedy will enjoy this book as he tells his stories in the same familiar mode.⠀
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Having also grown up in South Africa, there are a few aspects in the book that I can identify with - some of the history of apartheid, the concept of townships, minibus taxis, school assemblies, tuck shops and prefabs.⠀
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His mom plays a prominent role throughout the book, he shares their struggles, joy, pain and laughter.⠀
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I really enjoyed reading this book. It was an easy read with short captivating stories. ⠀
You can expect to be entertained by some of the crazy, funny stories. ⠀
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After reading the book, did anyone else wonder what eventually happened to Trevor Noah’s friend Teddy?
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⁣“Born a Crime and Other Stories” is a book by comedian Trevor Noah about his life growing up in South Africa. 🇿🇦⠀ ⠀ Fans of his standup comedy will enjoy this book as he tells his stories in the same familiar mode.⠀ I must admit, I think I read the entire book in my version of Trevor Noahs voice. 😀⠀ ⠀ Having also grown up in South Africa, there are a few aspects in the book that I can identify with - some of the history of apartheid, the concept of townships, minibus taxis, school assemblies, tuck shops and prefabs.⠀ ⠀ His mom plays a prominent role throughout the book, he shares their struggles, joy, pain and laughter.⠀ His stories also include (but not limited to) - his other family members, school life, friends, his difficulties with fitting in as a mixed race kid and how he was able to build relationships using his strengths.⠀ ⠀ I really enjoyed reading this book. It was an easy read with short captivating stories. ⠀ You can expect to be entertained by some of the crazy, funny stories. ⠀ I would suggest this book to anyone who is a fan of Trevor Noah.⠀ ⠀ ⠀ After reading the book, did anyone else wonder what eventually happened to Trevor Noah’s friend Teddy? . . . #bornacrime #trevornoah #bornacrime📖 #memoir #bookreview #bookrecommendation #bookrecommendations #bookstagram #instabook #nonfictionbooks #nonfictionreads
Not your typical bedtime read 🌚
Not your typical bedtime read 🌚
Would you rather have a key that can unlock any door, or a key that can turn a door into a portal to wherever you want to go?
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A key that turns a door into a portal is basically teleportation, and that’s my top-desired superpower, so that. I could visit my far-away friends all the time.
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Finale review *SPOILERS FOR LEGENDARY*
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“I would actually say your greatest treasure is sitting across from you. There is nothing quite so precious as the love of a sister.”
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My. Heart. This was so gosh-darned good.
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I liked Finale marginally more than Legendary, only because Scarlett POV. I’m biased, okay? She spoke to my soul. 😆 Also because I loved the characters' true endings. 💜
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Finale was definitely an intense ride, plot-wise and emotionally. There were some twists that I SO did not see coming, but they happened and I slapped my head and went WELL DUH. OF COURSE. .
LEGEND. Oh my gosh. What an infuriating, lovable anti-hero. I was glad Tella struggled to forgive him, because I did, too. He is so…pragmatic, I guess. And he dances along the line between hero and villain in a way that made me anxious AND root for him.
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JACKS. Okay, the Darkling is still my #1 villain, but the Prince of Hearts is such a good, nuanced, not-totally-evil, sympathetic villain. I’m slightly irritated with how much I like him, because UGH. DUDE. 😆
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Again, I love Scarlett and Tella and how they grow and their relationship. My sister is my best friend, and this gives me all the feels. It’s primarily the characters that make me love this series so much.
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I had some minor quibbles, but they didn't tamper my enjoyment.
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And finally, it ended??? How rude. 😛
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#bookstababesjuly19 – Fandom Friday
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#StorybookSummerChallenge – Quest #fantasyfriday. There’s a quest, but spoilers.
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Would you rather have a key that can unlock any door, or a key that can turn a door into a portal to wherever you want to go? . A key that turns a door into a portal is basically teleportation, and that’s my top-desired superpower, so that. I could visit my far-away friends all the time. . (Swipe for cosplay teaser, and the beautiful artwork by @whimsicalillustration that loosely inspired that photo.) . Finale review *SPOILERS FOR LEGENDARY* 5 stars . “I would actually say your greatest treasure is sitting across from you. There is nothing quite so precious as the love of a sister.” . My. Heart. This was so gosh-darned good. . I liked Finale marginally more than Legendary, only because Scarlett POV. I’m biased, okay? She spoke to my soul. 😆 Also because I loved the characters' true endings. 💜 . Finale was definitely an intense ride, plot-wise and emotionally. There were some twists that I SO did not see coming, but they happened and I slapped my head and went WELL DUH. OF COURSE. . LEGEND. Oh my gosh. What an infuriating, lovable anti-hero. I was glad Tella struggled to forgive him, because I did, too. He is so…pragmatic, I guess. And he dances along the line between hero and villain in a way that made me anxious AND root for him. . JACKS. Okay, the Darkling is still my #1 villain, but the Prince of Hearts is such a good, nuanced, not-totally-evil, sympathetic villain. I’m slightly irritated with how much I like him, because UGH. DUDE. 😆 . Again, I love Scarlett and Tella and how they grow and their relationship. My sister is my best friend, and this gives me all the feels. It’s primarily the characters that make me love this series so much. . I had some minor quibbles, but they didn't tamper my enjoyment. . And finally, it ended??? How rude. 😛 . #bookstababesjuly19 – Fandom Friday . #StorybookSummerChallenge – Quest #fantasyfriday. There’s a quest, but spoilers. . #BookWolfJuly19 - Flowery Friday . . #caraval #finale #bookreview #stephaniegarber #scarlettdragna #bookishcosplay
I fell in love with Ella Maise writting when I read "The hardest fall" last year. There is something realistic and enticing. She can create characters with personallity that I banter.
This story starts with a slow pace, you warm up to characters just like they warm up to each other. You get to know they corks as they get to know each other.
But at the same time is so slow that it starts to be corny and cheesy as the romance slowly burned, or maybe I was impatient. I think that's it I started to not be in the right set of mind, so I started to enjoy it less. There's nothing wrong with the story and the characters are well built, with all the funny details. But at some point I just wasn't feeling it anymore, I don't know if it's because I'm really tired.

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I fell in love with Ella Maise writting when I read "The hardest fall" last year. There is something realistic and enticing. She can create characters with personallity that I banter. This story starts with a slow pace, you warm up to characters just like they warm up to each other. You get to know they corks as they get to know each other. But at the same time is so slow that it starts to be corny and cheesy as the romance slowly burned, or maybe I was impatient. I think that's it I started to not be in the right set of mind, so I started to enjoy it less. There's nothing wrong with the story and the characters are well built, with all the funny details. But at some point I just wasn't feeling it anymore, I don't know if it's because I'm really tired. #booksofinstagram #bookreview #smut #romance
Sometimes the smallest books have the BIGGEST impact. What are you reading this weekend?
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Book review:
Book name:My senior girlfriend
Author:Yash Sharma @storytelleryash
Publication house:@authorsink

Blurb:The story starts when author gets a call from an unknown number and the boy in the call tells that he wants to share his story with author. Author, being inquisitive in nature, went to meet him in CCD. Though the boy was reluctant at first but opened up his story to the author. 
The name of the boy is Sanam. He studies in an engineering college. His story is about Simran, his senior with whom he fell in love in his first year. They met through Facebook and they just instantly clicked. 
But every story does not have a smooth run. Things turned out bitter when Sanam gets to know about the past relationship of Simran and Simran's feeling about the boy. One thing led to another and.... And for further information about the story you have to read the book. 
Characters:I liked the character of Sanam as he is very straight forward. He has the basic values and he is very sweet. Simran is a whimsical girl who does not have a stand point. So her character was not so strong. Dhruv, Sanam's best friend, has a small character in the book, more like a cameo. But he has some really cool dialogues. 
My review: I won't say this is one of the best books of romantic genre. The writing style could have been better and the typos could have been avoided.Some scenes and dialogues were not needed. But the message author wanted to give through the book was really commendable. That touched my heart.I think that is author's ultimate achievement. 
Thank you @storytelleryash for the review copy! 
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Book review: Book name:My senior girlfriend Author:Yash Sharma @storytelleryash Publication house:@authorsink Blurb:The story starts when author gets a call from an unknown number and the boy in the call tells that he wants to share his story with author. Author, being inquisitive in nature, went to meet him in CCD. Though the boy was reluctant at first but opened up his story to the author. The name of the boy is Sanam. He studies in an engineering college. His story is about Simran, his senior with whom he fell in love in his first year. They met through Facebook and they just instantly clicked. But every story does not have a smooth run. Things turned out bitter when Sanam gets to know about the past relationship of Simran and Simran's feeling about the boy. One thing led to another and.... And for further information about the story you have to read the book. Characters:I liked the character of Sanam as he is very straight forward. He has the basic values and he is very sweet. Simran is a whimsical girl who does not have a stand point. So her character was not so strong. Dhruv, Sanam's best friend, has a small character in the book, more like a cameo. But he has some really cool dialogues. My review: I won't say this is one of the best books of romantic genre. The writing style could have been better and the typos could have been avoided.Some scenes and dialogues were not needed. But the message author wanted to give through the book was really commendable. That touched my heart.I think that is author's ultimate achievement. Thank you @storytelleryash for the review copy! #bookblogger #bookreview #msgthebook #myseniorgirlfriend #yashsharma #ajitabhabose #sudeepnagarkar #pocketbook #bookstagrammerindia #bookreview #bookishcafe #booklover #bookishgirl
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The reason I love my job! I get the BEST reviews! 💖Heck with New York Times Book Review ~ I have Ellery, she's nine-years-old and wants to go to England! 👏💞#bookreview #bookreviewer #England #afineromance #afineromancefallinginlovewiththeenglishcountryside
Rating: ⭐️🌟⭐️🌟⭐️/5
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Holy damn was this book such an emotional rollercoaster. Dealing with an out-of-body experience is scary enough, but having to be in this state knowing your family is dead after such an innocent morning, is no easy feat. Our main character, Mia, is burdened by the knowledge of her family’s demise, leaving her feeling like she should move on with them, while also being given the choice to stay by the people she has in her life, including her best friend and boyfriend.
This book right off the bat got me hooked, especially with the author’s amazing and lyrical writing style. The way she wrote the story seems simple, but once reading from page on, you’ll see the effectiveness in invoking emotions. You see this a lot as the author switches from present to past, showing the life of our main character to the last few weeks before her accident. I thought this was well-done because as we progress through this book, we get to see how the flashbacks connect to what is happening currently, which was great as it put in more context and emotional responses knowing what we learned. But we can’t have as strong emotions just on writing alone; the characters thrive beautifully in the page, likable from the very start with the chill parents to the grandparents to the best friend. These people carry Mia’s decision as we get to the final page, and when the decision is made, it’s bittersweet knowing all that’s occurred. 
The one thing I didn’t enjoy much was the romance. I felt it wasn’t as well executed as I would have liked, and even as a reread, I still didn’t feel emotional or care much about the boyfriend. I thought sometimes that piece felt forced to add another category to this story as romance. I feel like this story, without any romance whatsoever, would not change because of its deep roots of family and friendship and individuality. 
Overall, I LOVED this book so much! If you are looking for an easy, short read, this book is perfect for you!
Enjoy!
Rating: ⭐️🌟⭐️🌟⭐️/5 Review: Holy damn was this book such an emotional rollercoaster. Dealing with an out-of-body experience is scary enough, but having to be in this state knowing your family is dead after such an innocent morning, is no easy feat. Our main character, Mia, is burdened by the knowledge of her family’s demise, leaving her feeling like she should move on with them, while also being given the choice to stay by the people she has in her life, including her best friend and boyfriend. This book right off the bat got me hooked, especially with the author’s amazing and lyrical writing style. The way she wrote the story seems simple, but once reading from page on, you’ll see the effectiveness in invoking emotions. You see this a lot as the author switches from present to past, showing the life of our main character to the last few weeks before her accident. I thought this was well-done because as we progress through this book, we get to see how the flashbacks connect to what is happening currently, which was great as it put in more context and emotional responses knowing what we learned. But we can’t have as strong emotions just on writing alone; the characters thrive beautifully in the page, likable from the very start with the chill parents to the grandparents to the best friend. These people carry Mia’s decision as we get to the final page, and when the decision is made, it’s bittersweet knowing all that’s occurred. The one thing I didn’t enjoy much was the romance. I felt it wasn’t as well executed as I would have liked, and even as a reread, I still didn’t feel emotional or care much about the boyfriend. I thought sometimes that piece felt forced to add another category to this story as romance. I feel like this story, without any romance whatsoever, would not change because of its deep roots of family and friendship and individuality. Overall, I LOVED this book so much! If you are looking for an easy, short read, this book is perfect for you! Enjoy!
𝗙𝗢𝗥𝗧𝗨𝗡𝗘'𝗦 𝗙𝗢𝗢𝗟 by Angela Boord is an immaculate character-driven tale about a mind aching for retribution battling a heart yearning for acceptance. Boord has created something incredibly beautiful with her debut.

FULL REVIEW: https://bit.ly/waw-fortunes-fool

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𝗙𝗢𝗥𝗧𝗨𝗡𝗘'𝗦 𝗙𝗢𝗢𝗟 by Angela Boord is an immaculate character-driven tale about a mind aching for retribution battling a heart yearning for acceptance. Boord has created something incredibly beautiful with her debut. FULL REVIEW: https://bit.ly/waw-fortunes-fool Clink my profile link for more! 🖤 #bookblogger #bookstagram #booksofinstagram #instabook #bookish #booklove #ilovethisbook #coverlove #bookcoverlove #bookreview #bookreviews #reviews #fantasy #fantasybooks #sff #romance #romance #epicfantasy #amreading
By @tankazama ⁣
The Bride Test by @hhoangwrites⁣
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⁣Thank you to @atlanticbooks for sending us over a copy!
I loved this book so much - for months now, I’ve not really been in the mood for reading anything. I would start a book and never end up finishing it. I thought I would try to read something that I wouldn’t normally read but just could never get into it. So I went back to what I know best…YA/Romance novels! The Bride Test was the perfect amount of everything lol. It wasn’t too cheesy nor was it too serious.⁣
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Khai has no feelings. He thinks he’s defective. His family know better – that his autism means he just processes emotions differently. When he refuses to consider a relationship, his mother decides to take the matter into her own hands and returns to Vietnam to find him the perfect bride.⁣
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As a mixed race girl living in Ho Chi Minh, Esme has always felt out of place. Therefore, when the opportunity arises to go to America and meet a potential husband, she can’t turn it down. However, seducing Khai isn’t as easy as she thought it would be. Although she is quickly infatuated with him, he resists her even though he is immensely attracted to her.⁣
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Overall I loved the book, and Hoang’s note at the end of the book just makes it 10x better and sweeter (Don’t skip it!) You get an understanding of how she came about Esme’s character and it added even more depth to the emotions of the story!⁣
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Has anyone read the book? ⁣
What did you think of it? ⁣
Also, has anyone read The Kiss Quotient?
By @tankazama ⁣ The Bride Test by @hhoangwrites⁣ 📕📙📗📒📘⁣ ⁣ ⁣Thank you to @atlanticbooks for sending us over a copy! I loved this book so much - for months now, I’ve not really been in the mood for reading anything. I would start a book and never end up finishing it. I thought I would try to read something that I wouldn’t normally read but just could never get into it. So I went back to what I know best…YA/Romance novels! The Bride Test was the perfect amount of everything lol. It wasn’t too cheesy nor was it too serious.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Khai has no feelings. He thinks he’s defective. His family know better – that his autism means he just processes emotions differently. When he refuses to consider a relationship, his mother decides to take the matter into her own hands and returns to Vietnam to find him the perfect bride.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ As a mixed race girl living in Ho Chi Minh, Esme has always felt out of place. Therefore, when the opportunity arises to go to America and meet a potential husband, she can’t turn it down. However, seducing Khai isn’t as easy as she thought it would be. Although she is quickly infatuated with him, he resists her even though he is immensely attracted to her.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Overall I loved the book, and Hoang’s note at the end of the book just makes it 10x better and sweeter (Don’t skip it!) You get an understanding of how she came about Esme’s character and it added even more depth to the emotions of the story!⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Has anyone read the book? ⁣ What did you think of it? ⁣ Also, has anyone read The Kiss Quotient?
Day 5 #IgDailyReview Fallen karya @indah_hanaco⁣⁣⁣
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Wah, tak terasa hari ini adalah hari terakhirku menemani kalian melihat bagaimana kisah Velma & Josh. Semoga kalian merasa teracuni ya~ hahaha... 😂⁣
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Final Review~⁣
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"Manusia kadang memakai topeng yang ditunjukkan ke seluruh dunia, demi menutupi wajah aslinya. Makanya kamu harus selalu hati-hati. Bukan berarti paranoid, tapi supaya bisa mencegah hal-hal buruk terjadi. Manusia itu jauh lebih mulia dibanding hewan, tapi kadang hewan sendiri pun tak sebuas manusia." - Pg. 32 (Bunda Mema kepada Velma)⁣
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Fallen adalah karya Kak Indah yang keempat yang kubaca setelah Man Candy, Fixing a Broken Heart ⁣& Asmarandana. Semenjak membaca Fixing a Broken Heart, aku merasa cocok dengan tulisan Kak Indah. Dan seperti yang sudah kuduga, aku juga sangat menyukai kisah Velma & Josh ini.⁣
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Kisah yang mengalir membuatku mengira-ngira bagaimana ending yang akan dituliskan oleh Kak Indah. Saking menikmati ceritanya, aku sampai lupa kalau aku harus mengetik review ini pada waktu itu.⁣
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Kisah Velma & Josh mungkin pernah kalian temukan. Sejauh yang kutahu, tema yang diangkat memang sudah cukup umum. Namun, Kak Indah bisa membuat kisah ini menarik. Twist yang dihadirkan sungguh tak terduga. Evan, masa lalu Velma, masa lalu keluarga Kadmiel, benar-benar membuatku berkali-kali terkejut.⁣
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Bagaimana Velma menjalani kehidupannya, bagaimana Josh meluluhkan hati Velma juga menjadi kisah yang menarik untuk diikuti.⁣
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Akhir kata, kepada Kak @indah_hanaco aku mengucapkan terima kasih banyak. Semoga ulasan dariku berkenan ya kak, mohon maaf apabila terdapat kekurangan.. Ditunggu karya-karya selanjutnya & tetap semangat menulis.. ❤️⁣
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Untuk kalian yang penasaran dengan kisah Velma & Josh, bisa segera ke toko buku terdekat untuk jemput mereka yaa..⁣
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#IgDailyReview #Fallen #ResensiFallen #NovelIndahHanaco #NovelRepublika #BookReview #ElReview
Day 5 #IgDailyReview Fallen karya @indah_hanaco⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Wah, tak terasa hari ini adalah hari terakhirku menemani kalian melihat bagaimana kisah Velma & Josh. Semoga kalian merasa teracuni ya~ hahaha... 😂⁣ .⁣ .⁣ Final Review~⁣ ⁣ "Manusia kadang memakai topeng yang ditunjukkan ke seluruh dunia, demi menutupi wajah aslinya. Makanya kamu harus selalu hati-hati. Bukan berarti paranoid, tapi supaya bisa mencegah hal-hal buruk terjadi. Manusia itu jauh lebih mulia dibanding hewan, tapi kadang hewan sendiri pun tak sebuas manusia." - Pg. 32 (Bunda Mema kepada Velma)⁣ ⁣ Fallen adalah karya Kak Indah yang keempat yang kubaca setelah Man Candy, Fixing a Broken Heart ⁣& Asmarandana. Semenjak membaca Fixing a Broken Heart, aku merasa cocok dengan tulisan Kak Indah. Dan seperti yang sudah kuduga, aku juga sangat menyukai kisah Velma & Josh ini.⁣ ⁣ Kisah yang mengalir membuatku mengira-ngira bagaimana ending yang akan dituliskan oleh Kak Indah. Saking menikmati ceritanya, aku sampai lupa kalau aku harus mengetik review ini pada waktu itu.⁣ ⁣ Kisah Velma & Josh mungkin pernah kalian temukan. Sejauh yang kutahu, tema yang diangkat memang sudah cukup umum. Namun, Kak Indah bisa membuat kisah ini menarik. Twist yang dihadirkan sungguh tak terduga. Evan, masa lalu Velma, masa lalu keluarga Kadmiel, benar-benar membuatku berkali-kali terkejut.⁣ ⁣ Bagaimana Velma menjalani kehidupannya, bagaimana Josh meluluhkan hati Velma juga menjadi kisah yang menarik untuk diikuti.⁣ .⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ .⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Akhir kata, kepada Kak @indah_hanaco aku mengucapkan terima kasih banyak. Semoga ulasan dariku berkenan ya kak, mohon maaf apabila terdapat kekurangan.. Ditunggu karya-karya selanjutnya & tetap semangat menulis.. ❤️⁣ ⁣ Untuk kalian yang penasaran dengan kisah Velma & Josh, bisa segera ke toko buku terdekat untuk jemput mereka yaa..⁣ .⁣ .⁣ #IgDailyReview #Fallen #ResensiFallen #NovelIndahHanaco #NovelRepublika #BookReview #ElReview
One of my favourite classics and I finally got a physical copy! Can't wait to get some more in the future. Do you have some classics in the newer editions? 💗
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A small yet powerful book of 10 chapters. Each chapter contains a lesson, a real life situation where the author had to apply that lesson and a flashback to the moment he learnt that lesson during his training as a young SEAL. At the end of the book, the author included his famous commencement speech at The University of Texas in 2014. This book is extremely inspiring and I would recommend it to everybody who has high ambitions and wants to change the world. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #bookreview #bookstagram #bibliophile #bookpost #bookporn
Book review : A small yet powerful book of 10 chapters. Each chapter contains a lesson, a real life situation where the author had to apply that lesson and a flashback to the moment he learnt that lesson during his training as a young SEAL. At the end of the book, the author included his famous commencement speech at The University of Texas in 2014. This book is extremely inspiring and I would recommend it to everybody who has high ambitions and wants to change the world. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #bookreview #bookstagram #bibliophile #bookpost #bookporn
Check out my #bookreview on the #BookBlog Today!! In a world populated by mythical creatures, those who bond with them are known as arcanists—their magic stemming from the connection they forged. Phoenix arcanists gain flames and healing, unicorn arcanists speak with horses and manipulate poison, or even basilisk arcanists who control flesh and stone. ⠀
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Gravedigger Volke Savan, desperate to leave his tiny home island and impress the most beautiful girl he’s ever known, breaks every tradition of the bonding ceremony just to become an arcanist. But when the only creature who will bond with him has a sinister requirement, Volke is put to the ultimate test of worth. ⠀
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A fast-paced flintlock fantasy for those who enjoy How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell, Unsouled (Cradle Series) by Will Wight, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan.⠀
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Check out my #bookreview on the #BookBlog Today!! In a world populated by mythical creatures, those who bond with them are known as arcanists—their magic stemming from the connection they forged. Phoenix arcanists gain flames and healing, unicorn arcanists speak with horses and manipulate poison, or even basilisk arcanists who control flesh and stone. ⠀ ⠀ But those wishing to bond must first prove themselves.⠀ ⠀ Gravedigger Volke Savan, desperate to leave his tiny home island and impress the most beautiful girl he’s ever known, breaks every tradition of the bonding ceremony just to become an arcanist. But when the only creature who will bond with him has a sinister requirement, Volke is put to the ultimate test of worth. ⠀ ⠀ A fast-paced flintlock fantasy for those who enjoy How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell, Unsouled (Cradle Series) by Will Wight, and Percy Jackson and the Olympians by Rick Riordan.⠀ ⠀ You can pick up your copy at Amazon at https://buff.ly/2YSJdCh ⠀ ⠀ #bookish #bookstagram #bibliophile #knightmarearcanist #puyb #pumpupyourbook #ShamiStovall #bookplugs #YALit #YAfiction #IReadYA #teenlit #teenfiction #teenlife #booklaunch #bookaddicts #blogtour #booklover #amreading #kindle #authorpromo #bookstagrammers
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #ladyofmilkweedmanor is really good!! It’s been WAY to long since I’ve read a #julieklassen book, I just love her. This story is a romantic drama that is emotional, moving, and beautiful.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #ladyofmilkweedmanor is really good!! It’s been WAY to long since I’ve read a #julieklassen book, I just love her. This story is a romantic drama that is emotional, moving, and beautiful.
Me han preguntado que como le hago para que mis hijos lean o les guste leer 📚📚📚. Creo que el amor 🥰 por la lectura lo descubres tu mismo al leer un libro que te abra el mundo 🌎. Los mostris 👦🏻🧑🏻 me ven leer todo el tiempo, también me ven en el celular 🙈. Creo que lo más importante es tenerlos cerca de libros y que lean cuando quieran. Que solitos descubran la maravilla 🌟 de leer un buen libro. Happy weekend!!! 🌈🏝🌊 #bookstagram #books  #instabooks #instalibros #booksofinstagram #bookblogger #bookworm #bookreview #bookreviewer #booklover #lectores #lectoresunidos #todosaleer #readersunite #readers #readingtime #literatura #bookaddict #lectoreseninstagram #megustaleer #literatura #amoleer#recomendaciones #leoycomparto #lector #lecturasrecomendadas #dimeunlibro #bookaholic
Me han preguntado que como le hago para que mis hijos lean o les guste leer 📚📚📚. Creo que el amor 🥰 por la lectura lo descubres tu mismo al leer un libro que te abra el mundo 🌎. Los mostris 👦🏻🧑🏻 me ven leer todo el tiempo, también me ven en el celular 🙈. Creo que lo más importante es tenerlos cerca de libros y que lean cuando quieran. Que solitos descubran la maravilla 🌟 de leer un buen libro. Happy weekend!!! 🌈🏝🌊 #bookstagram #books #instabooks #instalibros #booksofinstagram #bookblogger #bookworm #bookreview #bookreviewer #booklover #lectores #lectoresunidos #todosaleer #readersunite #readers #readingtime #literatura #bookaddict #lectoreseninstagram #megustaleer #literatura #amoleer#recomendaciones #leoycomparto #lector #lecturasrecomendadas #dimeunlibro #bookaholic
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou (2018)
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Journalist John Carreyrou investigates the Silicon Valley company Theranos and details how he broke the story regarding its misleading claims that played a large part of its downfall.

This was a fascinating read. I didn't know too much about the particulars of the case going into it which was probably a good thing as it made the revelations all the more shocking. As a blood-testing startup, Theranos was supposed to provide accurate test results for patients, which they failed spectacularly at, putting lives at risk. As the time of writing this review, the lawsuit against the company is still ongoing, which I will be sure to follow.
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou (2018) ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Journalist John Carreyrou investigates the Silicon Valley company Theranos and details how he broke the story regarding its misleading claims that played a large part of its downfall. This was a fascinating read. I didn't know too much about the particulars of the case going into it which was probably a good thing as it made the revelations all the more shocking. As a blood-testing startup, Theranos was supposed to provide accurate test results for patients, which they failed spectacularly at, putting lives at risk. As the time of writing this review, the lawsuit against the company is still ongoing, which I will be sure to follow.
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#LastSummer is another bestseller for @KerryLonsdale -- and deservedly so. The author of the popular Everything series explores this question: 𝘊𝘢𝘯 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘥𝘰𝘯'𝘵 𝘬𝘯𝘰𝘸 𝘩𝘶𝘳𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶? As she takes you deeper into the mystery, you won't know who to cheer for! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⁣⁣⁣⁣
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#LakeUnionPublishing is generously providing one (1) copy to a U.S. resident.⁣⁣⁣⁣
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𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐢𝐧 𝐛𝐢𝐨. ☝️⁣⁣⁣⁣ (www.jhsiess.com)⁣⁣
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~~~~ 𝐒𝐓𝐈𝐋𝐋 𝐓𝐈𝐌𝐄 𝐓𝐎 𝐄𝐍𝐓𝐄𝐑 ~~~~⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #LastSummer is another bestseller for @KerryLonsdale -- and deservedly so. The author of the popular Everything series explores this question: 𝘊𝘢𝘯 𝘸𝘩𝘢𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶 𝘥𝘰𝘯'𝘵 𝘬𝘯𝘰𝘸 𝘩𝘶𝘳𝘵 𝘺𝘰𝘶? As she takes you deeper into the mystery, you won't know who to cheer for! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ #LakeUnionPublishing is generously providing one (1) copy to a U.S. resident.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ Entries accepted through midnight PDT on Sunday night!⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐮𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐢𝐧𝐤 𝐢𝐧 𝐛𝐢𝐨. ☝️⁣⁣⁣⁣ (www.jhsiess.com)⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #igbooks #giveaway #NetGalley #books #bestseller #psychologicalthriller #thriller #womensfiction #mystery #bookgiveaway #booksbooksbooks #booksofinsragram #bookstagram #booksbooksandmorebooks #booksharks #bookish #Colloquium #bookblogger #bookreview #bookreviewer⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #femaleauthor⁣⁣ #KerryLonsdale @lakeunionauthors
Happeee Fri-YAY my friends!! Starting the weekend off with a mini-review for FINALE 🎉 🎩 ✨
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FINALE is the conclusion to the Caraval Trilogy, which is one of the most original and fun YA series I’ve read. Throughout these 3 books, we follow Scarlett & Donatella Dragna, sisters desperate to escape their circumstances and find a better (& more magical) life. Book 1: Caraval is told from Scarlett’s point of view and introduces us to the magic of the Caraval game and the incredible game master, Legend. Book 2: Legendary is told from Donatella’s point of view and takes a bit of a turn from the original Caraval story to introduce us to The Fates.
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Book 3: Finale goes along similar lines as Legendary. Most of this story is told from Donatella’s point of view, and the main focus is The Fates. While I think the first Caraval is still my favorite of this trilogy, Garber does a great job in these last 2 books fleshing out her characters and showing us the “real world” in which the Caraval players and the Dragna sisters live. I didn’t particularly love the addition of The Fates storyline in Legendary, but again, Garber does a really good job connection the dots and solving mysteries by the end of the series.
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Magical & fun, Finale is a perfect conclusion to the Caraval trilogy. Both sisters grow and change and come together in a really beautiful way at the end. The middle of this book dragged a bit for me (similarly to Legendary) but the ending is really worth waiting for! 4 ⭐️’s for me!!
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Happeee Fri-YAY my friends!! Starting the weekend off with a mini-review for FINALE 🎉 🎩 ✨ •• •• FINALE is the conclusion to the Caraval Trilogy, which is one of the most original and fun YA series I’ve read. Throughout these 3 books, we follow Scarlett & Donatella Dragna, sisters desperate to escape their circumstances and find a better (& more magical) life. Book 1: Caraval is told from Scarlett’s point of view and introduces us to the magic of the Caraval game and the incredible game master, Legend. Book 2: Legendary is told from Donatella’s point of view and takes a bit of a turn from the original Caraval story to introduce us to The Fates. •• •• Book 3: Finale goes along similar lines as Legendary. Most of this story is told from Donatella’s point of view, and the main focus is The Fates. While I think the first Caraval is still my favorite of this trilogy, Garber does a great job in these last 2 books fleshing out her characters and showing us the “real world” in which the Caraval players and the Dragna sisters live. I didn’t particularly love the addition of The Fates storyline in Legendary, but again, Garber does a really good job connection the dots and solving mysteries by the end of the series. •• •• Magical & fun, Finale is a perfect conclusion to the Caraval trilogy. Both sisters grow and change and come together in a really beautiful way at the end. The middle of this book dragged a bit for me (similarly to Legendary) but the ending is really worth waiting for! 4 ⭐️’s for me!! •• •• #emsbooknook #bookreview #finale #caraval #caravalseries #stephaniegarber #julyreads #bookworm #bookstagram
So thankful for this #bookreview by talented author and beautiful soul, @eviedrae 💜 She shares the full scope of her experience with #KINGunveiled and all its romance, “unexpected twists, and a science fiction vibe that’ll wow your socks off”. Visit: www.eviedrae.com for the full review
Visit: www.beachcovebooks for King Unveiled buy links

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So thankful for this #bookreview by talented author and beautiful soul, @eviedrae 💜 She shares the full scope of her experience with #KINGunveiled and all its romance, “unexpected twists, and a science fiction vibe that’ll wow your socks off”. Visit: www.eviedrae.com for the full review Visit: www.beachcovebooks for King Unveiled buy links #bookblogger #bookblogging #bookreviewer #netgalley #bookstagram #bookalicious #bookaholic #summerreads #mustread #booksof2019 #yabooks #booklove #yareads #romancereads #romancereaders
Just posted my review of #howlsmovingcastle by #dianawaynejones. This is a timeless classic that everyone no matter their age will love to read over and over again! #book #bookblog #bookreview #honest #honestreview #fantasy #magic
Just posted my review of #howlsmovingcastle by #dianawaynejones. This is a timeless classic that everyone no matter their age will love to read over and over again! #book #bookblog #bookreview #honest #honestreview #fantasy #magic
Instantly, she’d been flooded with agonizing memories that brought tears to her eyes. - Secrets of the Pastor's Wife by Christina Ryan Claypool - @christinaryanclaypool  #SecretsOfThePastorsWife #ChristFic #bookmemes #bookquotes #quote #bookreview #amreading #bookish #booklover #books #bookblogger #goodreads #booklove #bookaddict #reader #ilovereading #totalbooknerd #bookgeek #becauseofreading #bookoftheday #bookaddiction #bookblog #lovereading #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #igbooks #bookgram  http://amongTheReads.net/secrets-of-the-pastors-wife-by-christiana-ryan-claypool-book-review-preview http://bit.ly/2Y8E8bS
Instantly, she’d been flooded with agonizing memories that brought tears to her eyes. - Secrets of the Pastor's Wife by Christina Ryan Claypool - @christinaryanclaypool #SecretsOfThePastorsWife #ChristFic #bookmemes #bookquotes #quote #bookreview #amreading #bookish #booklover #books #bookblogger #goodreads #booklove #bookaddict #reader #ilovereading #totalbooknerd #bookgeek #becauseofreading #bookoftheday #bookaddiction #bookblog #lovereading #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #igbooks #bookgram http://amongTheReads.net/secrets-of-the-pastors-wife-by-christiana-ryan-claypool-book-review-preview http://bit.ly/2Y8E8bS
🚨New Book Review🚨
Girl, have you read Black and Blue in Harlem by @deliapitts50? 
If you love murder mysteries then you need to head over to our blog, check out the review and click the link to purchase your copy! 
See more on our blog https://www.untamedpublishing.net/single-post/2019/07/15/Girl-Have-You-Read-Black-and-Blue-in-Harlem-by-Delia-C-Pitts

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🚨New Book Review🚨 Girl, have you read Black and Blue in Harlem by @deliapitts50? If you love murder mysteries then you need to head over to our blog, check out the review and click the link to purchase your copy! See more on our blog https://www.untamedpublishing.net/single-post/2019/07/15/Girl-Have-You-Read-Black-and-Blue-in-Harlem-by-Delia-C-Pitts #books #book #read #reading #reader #instagood #nook #library #author #bestoftheday #bookworm #readinglist #photooftheday #bookstagram #plot #climax #literature #stories #crimefiction #detectivefiction #murdermysteries #bookreview #murdermystery #suspense #deliapitts #blackandblueinharlem #getcaughtup #untamedpublishing #upbookreviews
Hello readers! 
Are there any pirate related books you wouldn't hesitate to recommend?? .

Seafire is a book I mentioned in a booktag a while ago but I wanted to give this beauty it's own time to shine, alone... 😂 .

The idea of this book intrigued me and so I read it as soon as it was published. I mean a girl pirate leading a crew of female pirates going to stop the horrible evil dude from making everyone his personal slave by using drugs???? I had to! And I dont regret it one bit. It was very good, and there were ship fights, sacrifices were made and friendships as strong as family were blooming in this book. 
I'm actually planning on rereading it because the second book comes in September and I couldn't be more excited ;-; .

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After her family is killed by corrupt warlord Aric Athair and his bloodthirsty army of Bullets, Caledonia Styx is left to chart her own course on the dangerous and deadly seas. She captains her ship, the Mors Navis, with a crew of girls and women just like her, who have lost their families and homes because of Aric and his men. The crew has one mission: stay alive, and take down Aric's armed and armored fleet.

But when Caledonia's best friend and second-in-command barely survives an attack thanks to help from a Bullet looking to defect, Caledonia finds herself questioning whether to let him join their crew. Is this boy the key to taking down Aric Athair once and for all . . . or will he threaten everything the women of the Mors Navis have worked for? .
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Hello readers! Are there any pirate related books you wouldn't hesitate to recommend?? . Seafire is a book I mentioned in a booktag a while ago but I wanted to give this beauty it's own time to shine, alone... 😂 . The idea of this book intrigued me and so I read it as soon as it was published. I mean a girl pirate leading a crew of female pirates going to stop the horrible evil dude from making everyone his personal slave by using drugs???? I had to! And I dont regret it one bit. It was very good, and there were ship fights, sacrifices were made and friendships as strong as family were blooming in this book. I'm actually planning on rereading it because the second book comes in September and I couldn't be more excited ;-; . Here is the synopsis that hooked me from line one: . . After her family is killed by corrupt warlord Aric Athair and his bloodthirsty army of Bullets, Caledonia Styx is left to chart her own course on the dangerous and deadly seas. She captains her ship, the Mors Navis, with a crew of girls and women just like her, who have lost their families and homes because of Aric and his men. The crew has one mission: stay alive, and take down Aric's armed and armored fleet. But when Caledonia's best friend and second-in-command barely survives an attack thanks to help from a Bullet looking to defect, Caledonia finds herself questioning whether to let him join their crew. Is this boy the key to taking down Aric Athair once and for all . . . or will he threaten everything the women of the Mors Navis have worked for? . . . . . . . #bookstagram #unitedbookstagram #bookworm #books #booknerd #bookrecommendations #newbookstagram #newbookstagramer #bookstagramista #ilovebooks #addictedtobooks #bookreview #bookstoread #bookobsessed #currentlyreading #bookblogger #bibliomania #booksbooksbooks #seafire #nataliecparker #piratebooks #book
Ένα υπέροχο καφέ βιβλιοπωλείο στην καρδιά της Κρακοβίας, με μεγάλη ποικιλία βιβλίων και καλές τιμές. Πραγματικά παραμυθένιο😍
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Ένα υπέροχο καφέ βιβλιοπωλείο στην καρδιά της Κρακοβίας, με μεγάλη ποικιλία βιβλίων και καλές τιμές. Πραγματικά παραμυθένιο😍 ~Ιωάννα❤ * * * * #bookstagram #bookblog #bookblogger #instabook #instavivlio #bookworm #booklover #bookhaul #books #bookishfeatures #bookishfeature #lovebooks #booklove #biblio #vivlio #diavazo #greekbooks #travelblogger #greekblog #krakow #booksandcoffee #coffeelover #bookreview #read #reading #bookishlife #fantasy #bookshop #cozy #bookstore
Swipe right for English version ! ————
Je me lance ! N’hésitez pas à me suivre si comme moi vous aimez vous perdre dans les pages d’un bon livre. Je posterai régulièrement en prenant compte de toutes les propositions ! Mon avis est bien sûre personnel et subjectif, si vous aimez qu’un livre auquel je n’accroche pas ou inversement, je serais ravie de débattre avec vous dans le calme haha :) ———————
For English speakers, I’ll post English reviews as well ! I won’t forget you :)
Swipe right for English version ! ———— Je me lance ! N’hésitez pas à me suivre si comme moi vous aimez vous perdre dans les pages d’un bon livre. Je posterai régulièrement en prenant compte de toutes les propositions ! Mon avis est bien sûre personnel et subjectif, si vous aimez qu’un livre auquel je n’accroche pas ou inversement, je serais ravie de débattre avec vous dans le calme haha :) ——————— For English speakers, I’ll post English reviews as well ! I won’t forget you :)
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결, 숨결, 속삭임, 허무함, 처연함같은 단어들이 마음을 휘감는 짧은 소설이다

끝내 이해할 수 없는 왜? 에 대한 숨죽인 시선 
어쩌면 그건 상대가 내 곁에 존재하든 사라졌던지간에 결국 ‘타인’에게 받게되는 그리고 주게 되는 고통의 다른 이름같기도 하다

우리는 (그 누구도) 결국 타인에 대해서 아무것도 알지 못한다 
평생 당신만을 사랑하며 살았다며 두 손 꼭 잡고 인터뷰하는 어느 노부부의 모습도 그냥 잘 만들어진 예쁜 케이크같다 
너의 마음 한복판에 가 닿지 못하는 막막함.
전부여야 할 것 같은데 우린 서로에게 일부만 스며든 건 아닐까 말도 못하게 안타까운 그 본질적인 먹먹함.
‘나’ 삶의 아뜩한 불안앞에서도 허둥대기 일쑨데
사랑하는 사람과의, 혹은 향한 ‘관계’에서 필연코 받게 되는 허무함과 슬픔까지 견뎌내야한다

그곳에 빛이 어른거린다
걷다가 숲 그 우묵한 터, 
걷다가 바다 그 축축한 모래사장
모든걸 함부로 내려놓을수도 다 짊어지기도 어려워 우두망찰 서있는 나를 비추는 빛
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#환상의빛 #미야모토테루 #바다출판사 📚

#집에있는책부터읽자 
#책 #북스타그램 #책추천 #다시읽기 
#북리뷰 #소장가치 #잇템 #핫템 #신세계 
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- ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 결, 숨결, 속삭임, 허무함, 처연함같은 단어들이 마음을 휘감는 짧은 소설이다 끝내 이해할 수 없는 왜? 에 대한 숨죽인 시선 어쩌면 그건 상대가 내 곁에 존재하든 사라졌던지간에 결국 ‘타인’에게 받게되는 그리고 주게 되는 고통의 다른 이름같기도 하다 우리는 (그 누구도) 결국 타인에 대해서 아무것도 알지 못한다 평생 당신만을 사랑하며 살았다며 두 손 꼭 잡고 인터뷰하는 어느 노부부의 모습도 그냥 잘 만들어진 예쁜 케이크같다 너의 마음 한복판에 가 닿지 못하는 막막함. 전부여야 할 것 같은데 우린 서로에게 일부만 스며든 건 아닐까 말도 못하게 안타까운 그 본질적인 먹먹함. ‘나’ 삶의 아뜩한 불안앞에서도 허둥대기 일쑨데 사랑하는 사람과의, 혹은 향한 ‘관계’에서 필연코 받게 되는 허무함과 슬픔까지 견뎌내야한다 그곳에 빛이 어른거린다 걷다가 숲 그 우묵한 터, 걷다가 바다 그 축축한 모래사장 모든걸 함부로 내려놓을수도 다 짊어지기도 어려워 우두망찰 서있는 나를 비추는 빛 . . #환상의빛 #미야모토테루 #바다출판사 📚 #집에있는책부터읽자 #책 #북스타그램 #책추천 #다시읽기 #북리뷰 #소장가치 #잇템 #핫템 #신세계 #reread #bookstagram #booklover #bookshelf #bookreview #books #readingspot #underline #bookish