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  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 14,940Member Member Posts: 14,940Member Member
  • zombieblondiezombieblondie Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
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    This is what I’m currently reading. Next on my list is The World Without Us.
  • Tinydancer106Tinydancer106 Posts: 1,187Member Member Posts: 1,187Member Member
    A lot of the time I try to avoid "the next big read" but I'm curious...so I'm starting Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owen.

    Honestly loved it. Finished in 1 day which isn't typical for me.
    It's not without its cheesy moments but overall...believe the hype!

    I just started this one as well! And since I basically read for a living its a treat to read for fun! I see a few others I'll add to my tbr list🙌.....happy reading all!💗
  • irishiwasfitteririshiwasfitter Posts: 547Member Member Posts: 547Member Member
    Chamber of secrets
  • BasedGawd412BasedGawd412 Posts: 325Member Member Posts: 325Member Member
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    This is what I’m currently reading. Next on my list is The World Without Us.

    You triggered someone lol.

    How is it?
  • BasketballandfitnessBasketballandfitness Posts: 8Member Member Posts: 8Member Member
  • Tinydancer106Tinydancer106 Posts: 1,187Member Member Posts: 1,187Member Member
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    I enjoyed this one! Hope you're enjoying it too....they are both amazing players and their story was as well...👍
  • BasketballandfitnessBasketballandfitness Posts: 8Member Member Posts: 8Member Member
    I am looooving it! I grew up watching them playing!
  • Tinydancer106Tinydancer106 Posts: 1,187Member Member Posts: 1,187Member Member
    I am looooving it! I grew up watching them playing!

    Me too! I'm a Celtics fan and grew up watching Larry Bird, McKale, Ainge & Parrish it was a great team.... but the best games were always against Magic and the Lakers! I love how they followed each other's stats and became good friends....happy you're enjoying it fellow fan!🙌
  • tuddy315tuddy315 Posts: 6,121Member Member Posts: 6,121Member Member
    Find Her by Lisa Gardner
  • SaraKim17SaraKim17 Posts: 1,016Member Member Posts: 1,016Member Member
    Started "Grain Brain" (Dr. David Perlmutter) yesterday. (I gave up on both "Star-Crossed" and "An Anonymous Girl" after getting far into both.)
  • EpilepsyWarriorEpilepsyWarrior Posts: 21Member Member Posts: 21Member Member
    Heroes of Olympus book 2 by Rick Riordan, The Darkest kiss (Lords of the Underworld) by Grna Showalter, No Humans Involved (women of the other world) by Kelley Armstrong, Rise of The Isle of the Lost (Descendents) by Melissa De La cruz and The Captive part 2 and The Power (Thr Secret Circle) by L.J Smith.

    Anyone else read more then 1 at once? My mom and sis dont know how I do it. I told them its like changing that channel lol
  • BasedGawd412BasedGawd412 Posts: 325Member Member Posts: 325Member Member
  • LivhereLivhere Posts: 147Member Member Posts: 147Member Member
    I'm rereading the Harry Potter series right now, but I have about 40 books in my library that I recently purchased that I haven't read yet. I bought most those books for about 1-3 dollars new & used during a blowout sale last month.
  • seltzermint555seltzermint555 Posts: 9,713Member Member Posts: 9,713Member Member
    Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.
    Love his writing!
  • LivhereLivhere Posts: 147Member Member Posts: 147Member Member
    Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.
    Love his writing!

    What's it about?
  • PWHFPWHF Posts: 168Member, Premium Member Posts: 168Member, Premium Member
    "Casino Royale" by Ian Fleming
  • seltzermint555seltzermint555 Posts: 9,713Member Member Posts: 9,713Member Member
    Livhere wrote: »
    Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.
    Love his writing!

    What's it about?

    It's almost like a collection of short stories centering around a girl from Minnesota who has a complicated family life and becomes a chef. Much more interesting than it sounds.

    His other book The Lager Queen of Minnesota is also good (similar story written in a different style and focusing on beer & breweries).
  • LivhereLivhere Posts: 147Member Member Posts: 147Member Member
    Livhere wrote: »
    Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.
    Love his writing!

    What's it about?

    It's almost like a collection of short stories centering around a girl from Minnesota who has a complicated family life and becomes a chef. Much more interesting than it sounds.

    His other book The Lager Queen of Minnesota is also good (similar story written in a different style and focusing on beer & breweries).

    That actually sounds really interesting to me since I love food😅 I'll look it up for sure! Thanks 😊
  • BasedGawd412BasedGawd412 Posts: 325Member Member Posts: 325Member Member
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