I want to do this!

Read 100 books

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  • mycupofstars
    mycupofstars Doing 3 cheers 2017-08-02 20:00:41

    Day Four, Sarah Lotz-- A summer beach read about a haunted cruise ship, forgettable but enjoyable.

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  • Winner2
    Winner2 Doing 0 cheers 2017-07-20 20:47:23

    I am trying to meet my goal to read a 100 books so busy and have to start all over when I get side tracked.😡

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    Winner2 Doing 0 cheers 2017-07-20 20:43:03

    Paulo Coelho-Eleven Minutes 7/20/17 finished highly recommend someone read this book.😍

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    mycupofstars Doing 0 cheers 2017-07-03 20:24:27

    The Doll Collection, Ellen Datlow-- An interesting horror anthology with the rule that dolls had to be a central focus, but the tired "evil doll" trope could not be used. I generally find Datlow's picks more hit and miss than other horror editors and this was still the case here, but the hits were real gut punchers.

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    mycupofstars Doing 3 cheers 2017-06-28 21:16:51

    The Walls Around Us, Nova Ren Suma-- Enjoyable, good summer read. I really liked that it used time loops and not just a traditional ghost story.

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    mycupofstars Doing 2 cheers 2017-06-28 21:06:42

    Universal Harvester, John Darnielle-- An emotional gut-punch, but in the most quiet, slowly creeping way. Unsettling and searing and beautiful.

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  • Stephanie
    Stephanie 0 cheers 2017-06-27 18:43:10


    1. Mini Habits of Weightloss

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    mycupofstars Doing 0 cheers 2017-05-24 16:53:50

    Loner, Teddy Wayne-- Absolutely hated it. Like if JD Salinger spent all his time on Reddit.

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    mycupofstars Doing 0 cheers 2017-05-04 07:57:11

    The Tsar of Love and Techno, Anthony Marra-- Devoured this one. I loved how the characters and settings drew together slowly, I loved how fully realized the characters seemed in just brief pages, I loved the vibe. Moving right on to his other book.

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    mycupofstars Doing 0 cheers 2017-05-04 07:52:49

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing, Anuradha Roy-- This was for my "Read a book set in a different country" goal and took place over several decades in India. I loved it for that goal, but wasn't fond of the structure. The narrator switched very abruptly with no real point, and the first and second halves were very uneven. Still a very atmospheric look at India, though.

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