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Gunjan Dec 19
Replying to @Koyriwali
14. The storyteller by Jodi picoult
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Rainer Kramm Jan 4
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Gunjan 27 Nov 18
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11. The Almond Tree
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Gunjan 30 Aug 18
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8. Woman in the window
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Gunjan 10 Dec 18
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13. Where the crawdads sing - Delia Owens
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Karen RC Dec 27
Tense and atmospheric thriller! Looking forward to more from Tuva!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟
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Gunjan Jan 1
Replying to @Koyriwali
15. Pachinko Brought the year to an end with this beautiful novel. The perfect book to read on vacation when you are not in a hurry to finish it and can let the story soak in chapter by chapter...
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Kate Bunting 30 Jun 18
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Sarah Withers Blogs 8 Jan 18
Replying to @BrendanReichs
My current read as chosen by the people of Twitter. Undercover Princess by Connie Glynn
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Karen 28 Aug 18
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Promo Tweets Jan 13
Ending soon: The Book of Woman -
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Promo Tweets Jan 13
Grab This Deal: The Book of Woman -
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Promo Tweets Jan 13
Incredible Discount: The Book of Woman -
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Sarah Withers Blogs 11 Jan 18
Replying to @JaneCaseyAuthor
And now I’m completely switching it up again and picking up from . I’ve been meaning to go back to the beginning since I read Let The Dead Speak last year and I’m finally doing it!
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Vegan Temptation 11 Jan 18
First Completed Book of 2018
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Sarah Withers Blogs 14 Jan 18
Replying to @SarahWBlogs
I wasn’t well a missed a couple of days tweets but I was still reading! I spent a particularly lazy morning in bed today and finished The Burning and now I’ve curled up in bed again with a hot chocolate ready to start The Things We Learn When We’re Dead
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Olátórera Dec 22
Replying to @_latorera
8. “What Happened “ by Hillary Clinton . In 2016, I read “Hard Choices” by Mrs Clinton where she gave her account while she served as Secretary of States under the Obama Administration, it was necessary to get “What Happened “
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Olátórera Dec 20
Replying to @_latorera
7. “Pressure Cooker” by Nkiru Olumide Ojo . This Book means a lot to me, first I love the writer, Aunty Nkiru, she is my mentor, secondly , I have always thought if it was possible to be a career woman and have a home/family.
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M. Jacob Alvarez Jan 4
Thread (1/6) It’s that time of the year again! Time to post all the ! Last year I read a lot of amazing , a lot of terrible books and very little in between - to wit, I think I’ll do this like an award show this year.
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Olátórera Dec 21
Will continue my thread on on Saturday
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