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    • #283
      Book Girls’ Guide
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        @bookgirlsguideam

        Do you think this book was a good fit for the Read Around the USA Challenge?

      • #369
        Shelli Truax
        Participant
          @shelli

          I liked this book, although I was in the COMPLETE dark about what it was and for some reason had a different idea of what it was going to be when I picked it up at a 2nd hand store. It’s been sitting on my TBR shelf, so when it came up on the June list it provided a perfect pick for me to read.

          I will say without providing any spoilers at this time, it was quite a solemn book, so I needed a light read as a palette cleanser after reading it.

           

        • #379
          Kathy Coaker
          Participant
            @kmcoaker518gmail-com

            Yes.  It was tough to read at some points.  Edward’s journey made the hard parts worthwhile.

          • #551
            Peggy Ondera
            Participant
              @peggyondera

              I think it should stay on the list, as a number of people really loved it. I was not one of them but I may be the outlier on this. It was hard to get attached to the characters, knowing what happens.

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            • #704
              Kris Ingra
              Participant
                @kajingram

                I am one who really liked this book. I found the premise intriguing and thoughtfully handled.

              • #726
                Connie Doll
                Participant
                  @connied

                  I do think this book should stay on the list.  It was thought-provoking.  What would one do in his situation?

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