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Top 10 Books August 2020

Top 10 Books August 2020

Morning everyone!

Pokko Heeft een Trommel, I Stole My Genius Sister's Brain, Twenty Guys You Date in Your Twenties, Top 10 books, August 2020, Books, Reading

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Good Girl, Bad Blood

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Good Girl, Bad Blood

Good Girl Bad Blood, Mystery, Young Adult, Murder, Investigation, Holly Jackson, Read, White/Black Letters
Jamie and Nat were on the periphery of everything that happened, and I think they bonded over it. They’ve become really  close since last year, talk all the time. She’s probably his only real friend at the moment. Though, truth to be told, I think Jamie sees her in a different way than she sees him.

Top 10 Books December 2019

Top 10 Books December 2019

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Top Books December, King of Scars, Harry Potter History of Magic, Bibbervlees

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Farewell 10s, welcome 20s ~ Counting Down to 2020 with 2019 Favourites! #5: Rules For Vanishing

Farewell 10s, welcome 20s ~ Counting Down to 2020 with 2019 Favourites! #5: Rules For Vanishing

The Rules of Vanishing, Kate Alice Marshall, Green, Blue, Trees, Forest, Path, Young Adult, Mystery, Paranormal, Young Adult, Fantasy
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Review for Rules for Vanishing

Review for Rules for Vanishing

The Rules of Vanishing, Kate Alice Marshall, Green, Blue, Trees, Forest, Path, Young Adult, Mystery, Paranormal, Young Adult, Fantasy“They will take their toll,” she says. Tension streaks her voice. “Sara, listen. They’ll take their toll. There’s no way around it now. They want the wicked, but Sara – Sara, who was holding Vanessa’s hand?”

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Rules of Vanishing

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Rules of Vanishing

The Rules of Vanishing, Kate Alice Marshall, Green, Blue, Trees, Forest, Path, Young Adult, Mystery, Paranormal, Young Adult, Fantasy
The message arrives overnight, and by Monday morning it’s all anyone is talking about. People cluster around their phones, as if by reading the text again, comparing the identical messages, they might reveal some new clue who sent them.