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Janet the bookworm ๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ“š Oct 17
'The Haunting of Hill House' by Shirley Jackson
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Janet the bookworm ๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ“š 33m
'More About Paddington' from the Paddington omnibus by Michael Bond
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Susan Freestone Oct 15
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Jessica Black Oct 15
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ASTRID SABINE Oct 18
"Things We Lost in the Fire," Stories by Mariana Enriquez.
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Pris Oct 19
The God of Small Things - Arundhati Roy
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Hallowayne 2: Electric Boogaloo Oct 16
Currently Reading: Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury
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Hannalie Taute Oct 17
"His philosophy: the only point of being alive is to kill time as pleasantly as possible. The trick is not to take anything too seriously. I envy him. But I'm a fast learner."
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Megan McNeill Oct 17
This is shaping up to be the best book I've read so far in October, although the bar is set pretty low. The ones I read during the first half of the month ranged from mediocre to dreadful.
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kat ๐Ÿ‘ป Oct 18
I never thought a book could be both comic and eerie. I am enjoying this so far. ๐Ÿ‘
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mortifi-Caitlin 37m
FOREVER by Pete Hamill, lent to me by my MIL. Iโ€™m only like a fifth of the way through it, but so far itโ€™s a young Irish boy learning of his Jewish & Celtic history, vowing revenge on a rich slave-owning earl, & working for an early printing press in New York.
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Gavin Jefferson *New Account* Oct 18
Currently Reading: Downwind, Alice, by And V for Vendetta, by Alan Moore and David Lloyd. I'm having a great fucking time.
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Rosie | Little Bird Book Blog 9h
Continuing with spooky reads, this morning Iโ€™m starting โ€˜The Ghost Treeโ€™ by Christina Henry ๐Ÿ˜
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Sarah Jorgenson Oct 19
Our teachers are readers! More signs from to kick off this week!
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liveinabookshop Oct 18
Day 18 - Monsters Dracula by Bram Stoker It is being read by Alan Cumming and Tim Curry on Audible. What is your favourite monster?
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Match Point Publishing 22h
THEY HAVE JESUS, WE HAVE LASAGNA by is finally out in the world a few weeks early! Available NOW on Amazon (or if you want to support a small business!)
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Aleena992โท Oct 17
Why do everything I read or watch these days, scare me about my life and future? First Convenience store woman and now Almond by Won Pyung Sohn.
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Simone Snaith Oct 18
"Jirel of Joiry" by C.L. Moore, stories first published in in the 1930s. Sword & Sorcery! It's naturally a bit melodramatic, but it has the coolest, weirdest version of Hell or the underworld that I've seen.
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Harshali Oct 16
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