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message 1: by Ashley (new)

Ashley | 9 comments Has anyone read station 11? Would it count for any of the challenge prompts?

message 2: by Sara (new)

Sara | 1508 comments I haven't read it, but it's been nominated for the July group read - a book set in two different time periods.

message 3: by Mike (new)

Mike | 443 comments You should find a reason to read it. It is so good.

message 4: by Mike (new)

Mike | 443 comments As for prompts, beside the obvious (recommended by librarian, etc), it would fit

Involving Travel
Set in the Wilderness
Two Different Time Periods,

message 5: by Juanita (new)

Juanita (juanitav) | 723 comments I think the following would also work:

Involving travel
I am sure you will find a librarian who has recommended it.

A lot of the advanced categories will work too:

2. A bestseller from 2016
4. A book that takes place over a character's life span
5. A book about an immigrant or refugee
7. A book with an eccentric character
11. A book about a difficult topic

message 6: by Michelle (new)

Michelle | 32 comments I used it for book recommended by a librarian. But either way you have to read it! It's so good!

message 7: by Amanda (new)

Amanda (amandaea129) I'm a librarian and I highly recommend it. It's fantastic.

message 8: by Kate (new)

Kate | 2 comments I generally enjoy a huge range of types of books, but I did not enjoy this book at all.

message 9: by Tara (new)

Tara Bates | 1008 comments Someone had it on their recommendation list... George rr Martin maybe?

Book Buying With Katie I put this one in "books set in the wilderness." It's one of the best books I've read this year.

message 11: by Melanie (new)

Melanie (meldoc) | 40 comments Loved this book and it put this author on my radar. I hope you read and enjoy it.

message 12: by Kelly (new)

Kelly (goodreadscomkaos127) | 15 comments I just finished it, and it is pretty good. Not your typical dystopian novel.

message 13: by Rachel (new)

Rachel Harper | 10 comments I am glad I read it, but I never want to read it again. it just hurt

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