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Sandy Ivy 42m
~ thought provoking. Makes me think beyond the surface. ❤️
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Sherry Morris 6m
"Inappropriate is a wonderful whodunit, with one of the greatest opening lines ever- "I hate discovering dead bodies."
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EmmabBooks 39m
The Old You by Louise Voss An exciting, dramatic and very involving psychological thriller. 5*s from me.
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Alberto Loredo Zaiz Oct 18
I have to mention Beauty and Sadness by Yasunari Kawabata, it is a compelling novel. The story itself, how Kawabata's writing skills can give us every character, and the constant astonishment of this story have made this book a pleasant story to live.
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Five Books Oct 19
"I wasn’t able to go to any of their funerals because of my wounds. So I never had any goodbyes and I left Ireland with all these terrible unresolved emotional wounds." The Troubles, a by Timothy Knatchbull
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Five Books Oct 18
The best books on teaching mathematics, a by maths teacher and author Alf Coles ()
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Yaniv Yaakubovich 2h
Margaret Atwood's The Testaments. Interesting story if the future of the women of Gilead
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Haunted Keyboard of SLP 46m
Picked up this absolute unit! Can’t wait to dive in!
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The Reading Lists 6h
Check out this : Lewis Gordon: Cultivating The Ability To Learn
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Paul Cude Oct 15
"Chapter 15...Fawking Hell!!" Check out the fireworks at the fireworks & find out why George vs the wasn't quite the mismatch it appeared on
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Alison Lee 2h
Lost count of the 🙌HALLELUJAH🙌 moments reading Escaping the Build Trap. What a clear concise reference for product-minded orgs. 💯 recommend. Ty ty ty, .
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The Reading Lists 11h
Check out this : Tom Price: The Smell Of A Book In The Sun
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The MacStucker Oct 17
My son (age 12) is interested in reading books. Which ones do you recommend he start with?
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The Reading Lists 9h
Check out this : Doug Bradley: The Nuances Of Language
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Carrie Katus 10h
Live your most fulfilling life with this .
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Sneha Chakraborty 17h
Binge reading Elena Ferrante's weekend column this weekend, which I think should never have ended.
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Holly Branson 15h
Fashion is “arguably the world’s second-most polluting industry.” Here’s an interesting look at how we can make more fashion choices
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Ibteisam Madhi, Ms-HCA, MPH Oct 18
Any recommendations for a book
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Miss Howarth 9h
Enjoyed our bedtime story tonight ‘Don’t wake the yeti’😃 I love that I can explore new books with my little love💗
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Kathryn Hegarty 🔮 2h
On page 92 of 370 of ’s The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie 🥧
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