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July
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reviewed: Out in Oct
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley You might not recognize Henry Worsley’s name, but you mostly likely have hear...
The White Darkness - David Grann
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July 2018
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So there is a new Aquaman trailer. And the movie looks good, and not just because of shirtless Aquaman.
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This book could easily be called 'almost all adults in this book are morons of the highest degree' and the title would make j...
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by L.M. Montgomery Non-fiction This started out with a dramatic scenario description, written in second person, sort of g...
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Almost everyone: The raptors are so dangerous they should all be destroyed! Hammond: I'm sick of hearing about the raptors ...
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July 2018
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This was hilarious but short. Go here if you want to read this:http://www.ilona-andrews.com/dabwaha-...Hearing how Curran rui...
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While Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God is a deeply loved masterpiece, many people do not know about her work collecting...
Barracoon: The Story of the Last “Black Cargo” - Zora Neale Hurston
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#Fridayreads Today I'm reading THE UNREDEEMED by @lukewalkerbooks & LUCIFER, VOLUME 3 by Mike Carey. I'm listening to MOURNIN...
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July 2018
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Yay! Baby raptor.... bones. But baby raptor anything excites me. Looooves raptors so damn much.
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They exist. I got the raptor which is quite appropriately blue. Love. I'm going to get snag a couple more each time I...
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Sorry, haven't been posting much. Been reading tons, but I have turned into a lazy person about posting reviews. Currently re...
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I may not be around much for the next two weeks or so. after finally getting BookLikes to work yesterday, my computer broke...
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I read this book back in 2003. I remember buying the hardcover from a random book shop in D.C. (can't recall the name of the ...