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#JustFinished Legendary by Stephanie Garber 🃏 || Caraval has captured the Dragna sisters once again, this time taking pains to play with Donatella. The younger sister, wild, carefree and calculating, struggles to work out what parts of her experiences are part of the game, and which could actually alter the course of her life... || 💭 I seriously enjoyed this book! I loved that you could never trust if what you were reading was true because it was about a game of lies (and we had been burned before!) It made you feel like you were actually playing Caraval. Also the "Fates" element was both a surprising and unique addition to the series that I already want more of. Roll on 'Finale' in 2019! || 🎺 @stephanie_garber @flatiron_books . . .

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35_2018 📚📚📚“... a travelling Gypsy salesman who brought a wagonload of books... advertising them as Worthy would-be worlds of words, whorls of working wonder.” 📖📖📖One of the strangest, most fantastic books I’ve read. • • • • #justfinished

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Sophie🐝 Bookworm

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Nigeria, 2066. Rosewater is a town that has sprouted around an alien dome that manifested 11 years earli" - 1873860452149713993
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📚 Book review 📚 Nigeria, 2066. Rosewater is a town that has sprouted around an alien dome that manifested 11 years earlier. Despite humanity’s best efforts to destroy it, the alien entity remains benign and even benificent. Kaaro, the main character, is a sensitive who can feel people’s thoughts, and is intimately connected to the alien dome. I’m not entirely sure what to think of this book. I mostly enjoyed it. I certainly liked the premise, and I like that the setting is not US or UK. I liked Kaaro, too, who is as human and fallible as you or I, and I enjoyed the thought behind the alien presence and why it’s planning to stay. There are also some tantalizing side-plots I would like to know more of (America going off-grid, for example). What I found difficult about the book was the timeline-hopping. I usually don’t have too much trouble that way, but I didn’t have the luxury of reading this in one go, so I would keep having to go back and remind myself what was happening in this or that year. Also, the ending is rather abrupt and leaves many strands loose. Now, this is part 1 of a trilogy, so some kind of cliffhanger was anticipated, but I felt as if Kaaro’s story completely fizzled out while the upcoming clash between humanity and the alien was gaining steam. (Also, why must there be a clash? I don’t quite understand Kaaro’s actions towards the end of the story.) A very odd way to end the book, in my opinion. Mostly I liked it, though, because it’s sci-fi written from a different cultural viewpoint than what I’m used to. ROSEWATER by Tade Thompson. . 🐝bookreview #justfinished

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Another recently finished read, I got this from a friend of a friend, part of some personal book collections they were selling to help raise funds for their coven. I was drawn to it NOT because of the cover which I actually don't particularly like, but because I have one other book by the author which I enjoyed and figured sure, more Yasmine Galenorn, for this price and a good cause, why not? But also because the title said it would include Shadow Work. Turns out Yasmine's and my definition of Shadow Work are dissimilar (we talked about what we think of when someone says Shadow Work a little while ago on the PaganPerspective collab, by the way). . Most of this book is introduction type stuff, covering all the usual basics of ritual and practice, with extra detail into many areas. One notable unique part is that lava is mentioned or referenced a LOT as a fire association, which you don't always see. The author is devoted to the Goddess Pele, so it makes sense. 🙂 My favorite part was the many chants, because I love a good chant! And I appreciate how in depth it actually goes into every basic piece. It also references her other books, "Dancing with the Sun" and "Trancing the Witch's Wheel", for further information on the relevant areas. . The Shadow Work part, while good and interesting and useful, just wasn't what I thought it would be. It focused on Faerie Magick, shape shifting (which is what the other book I have by this author is about), and then Goddess- and God-centered rituals, and finally magick for the Earth. All good stuff, mind you! Just not what I was expecting to be under "Shadow Work." I think of Shadow work more as psychological, inner work, working through personal and collective shadow aspects, whereas the book talks about how people sometimes view Faeries as dark, and talks about working with Dark aspects of the Goddess. So it's just a lesson in people using terms in very different ways, which is definitely a thing lol. Still, good stuff. . Originally copyrighted 1998, this version I have was printed in 2001. . . . . . #justfinished

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Erin E. // Houston, TX

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I have officially finished The Dinner List... and it made me think so much about my life. Being that I just turned 29, and have loved and had a dad who left, I felt so much of this story. I did find the best friend to be frustrating at times, so unchanging in her mind set but I understood. I also understood the passion and the volatility of Sabrina and Tobias’ relationship... it felt like a mirror reflecting back on my 20s. I absolutely loved it. I also made my list of 5 people, and asked all of my loved ones who they would have on their list. More than anything I loved that it made me think. ☀️☀️☀️☀️/5 . . Who are your 5? I would invite: my mom, my grandpa (who passed when I was 10), my husband, Oscar Wilde and Katharine Hepburn. . . #justfinished

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Clayton G Gordon🇨🇦✌️

Instagram Image by Clayton G Gordon🇨🇦✌️ (@clayton8273) with caption : "Just finished opening the box. Feels like it’s going to be so much work to set this up then restore my series 2 to sell." at Canada - 1873643363859021094
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Just finished opening the box. Feels like it’s going to be so much work to set this up then restore my series 2 to sell. #justfinished

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Emily Gilman Beezley

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Emily Cate

I tore through not one ☝🏻, but TWO ✌🏻YA books this week. Downloading the Libby app on my phone was one of the best decisions I made - I’ve been finding way more pockets of reading time (waiting rooms, grocery store lines, subway platforms, etc etc) that normally I would’ve used other ways - and both of these books were such gripping gems! Would highly recommend them both if you’re looking for a new easy read....and if you have a recommendation for a new one for me, I’d gladly take it! • • • #justfinished