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Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice For Murderers
by Jesse Q. Sutanto

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Very likeable characters. I found myself chuckling out loud at Ms. Vera, she was a great perspective and very enlightening at how to honor our elders.

Chase Me
by Tessa Bailey

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This book feels like it’s early it Tessa writings. I enjoyed the book, but it doesn’t have the depth that her newer books have.

House Of Earth And Blood
by Sarah J. Maas

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Finished. Half-read/half-listened to the audio book. For a second read through, will say just as enjoyable as the first time.

Kingdom Of Ash
by Sarah J. Maas

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A solid conclusion. I personally could do without the spicy scenes as I feel like they distract from the overall story progression, though it’s possible I’m in the minority of that opinion.

The Book Proposal
by KJ Micciche

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Great book. We all have that one crush in high school that we wonder what could have been. It was fun to see how these two connected.

Warbreaker
by Brandon Sanderson

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Fantastic, like everything Brandon Sanderson touches. Need a sequel ASAP!

The Quiet Tenant
by Clémence Michallon

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I loved this book. I love how it was told by the women involved and how it switched between them. The format was super cool and unlike any other mystery I have read. Highly recommended.

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox And The Horse
by Charlie Mackesy

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This is a story that is pure poetry about life and its philosophy of everyday relationships. The first time I read it through was to enjoy the sounds of the words and the black and white simple ink drawings. The second time I read it I would pause and reflect about the bigger picture and underlying meaning of my life. This is a book for any ages. I look forward to watching this as a movie and hearing the author’s voice as the reader. A great snowy day read.

The Picture Of Dorian Gray
by Oscar Wilde

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I listened to this book and the narrator made it hard to keep going. The story is good but I would definitely recommend reading it or looking for another recorded version.

The Murder Of Mr. Wickham
by Claudia Gray

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As a Austen fan I enjoyed being in the company of familiar characters, who never met in Jane Austen’s novels but were thrown together in a house party. Fun to return to that world with a murder no doubt.