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message 1: by Adriana (last edited Sep 09, 2019 03:19PM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments My previous goal was to read 25 books. I'm changing it to 101 books. EDIT: My last change is to read 115 books.

The Visitors by Simon Sylvester Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen Decluttering at the Speed of Life Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff by Dana K. White The Un-Friendship Bracelet (Craftily Ever After, #1) by Martha Maker Riverdale The Day Before by Micol Ostow Hiawatha and the Peacemaker by Robbie Robertson We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson One Crazy Summer (Gaither Sisters, #1) by Rita Williams-Garcia Fairy in Waiting by Sophie Kinsella Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai Comics Will Break Your Heart by Faith Erin Hicks A Week in the Woods by Andrew Clements Roar! A Noisy Counting Book by Pamela Duncan Edwards Mouse Went Out to Get a Snack by Lyn Rossiter McFarland Guinea Pig Party by Holly Surplice Counting Crows by Kathi Appelt One Two That's My Shoe! by Alison Murray Ten Hungry Pigs An Epic Lunch Adventure by Derek Anderson 1-2-3 Peas by Keith Baker American Panda by Gloria Chao Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road, #1) by Katie McGarry In Another Life by C.C. Hunter You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day The Trouble with Twins by Kathryn Siebel Why Poetry by Matthew Zapruder Rules by Cynthia Lord Who in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? by Rebecca Tinker Moon by Alison Oliver The Legend of Grimm's Woods (Hocus & Pocus #1) by Manuro After the Fall How Humpty Dumpty Got Back up Again by Dan Santat Palaces for the People How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life by Eric Klinenberg A Discovery of Witches (All Souls Trilogy, #1) by Deborah Harkness Louisiana's Way Home by Kate DiCamillo Storm Front (The Dresden Files, #1) by Jim Butcher Bunny Cakes by Rosemary Wells The Magicians (The Magicians, #1) by Lev Grossman Peaches (Peaches, #1) by Jodi Lynn Anderson Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown Losing Leah by Tiffany King Death on Tap (A Sloan Krause Mystery #1) by Ellie Alexander Little Witch Academia, Vol. 1 (Little Witch Academia, #1) by Yoh Yoshinari Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale Little Witch Academia, Vol. 2 by Yoh Yoshinari Poseidon Earth Shaker (Olympians #5) by George O'Connor It's Not Hansel and Gretel (It's Not a Fairy Tale, #2) by Josh Funk A Little Chicken by Tammi Sauer The Octopuppy by Martin McKenna Carnivores by Aaron Reynolds Petite Rouge A Cajun Red Riding Hood by Mike Artell Undercover Ostrich by Joe Kulka Impossible Music by Sean Williams Love à la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm Enchantée by Gita Trelease My Plain Jane (The Lady Janies, #2) by Cynthia Hand Stef Soto, Taco Queen by Jennifer Torres The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow (Fairday Morrow, #1) by Jessica Haight Sweetness and Lightning 1 by Gido Amagakure A Spoonful of Poison (Agatha Raisin, #19) by M.C. Beaton Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children, #1) by Seanan McGuire The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain Spin by Colleen Nelson If I'm Being Honest by Emily Wibberley Down Among the Sticks and Bones (Wayward Children, #2) by Seanan McGuire The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto Make Your Bed Little Things That Can Change Your Life...And Maybe the World by William H. McRaven Her Royal Highness (Royals, #2) by Rachel Hawkins The Okay Witch by Emma Steinkellner The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman Are You Alone on Purpose? by Nancy Werlin Beneath the Sugar Sky (Wayward Children, #3) by Seanan McGuire Ravenous (Monstrous, #2) by MarcyKate Connolly Faking Normal (Faking Normal, #1) by Courtney C. Stevens Clever Little Witch by Mượn Thị Văn Hilda Hilda a troll, Hilda a půlnoční obr (Hilda, #1-2) by Luke Pearson Death and Other Happy Endings by Melanie Cantor In an Absent Dream (Wayward Children, #4) by Seanan McGuire The Good Neighbor The Life and Work of Fred Rogers by Maxwell King All the Names by José Saramago Sweetness and Lightning 2 by Gido Amagakure Bilal Cooks Daal by Aisha Saeed Georgia's Terrific, Colorific Experiment by Zoe Persico The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson Moon Called (Mercy Thompson, #1) by Patricia Briggs Scars Like Wings by Erin Stewart Blood Bound (Mercy Thompson, #2) by Patricia Briggs Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi Marigolds and Murder (Port Danby Mystery #1) by London Lovett Hammer Head The Making of a Carpenter by Nina MacLaughlin Cry Wolf (Alpha & Omega, #1) by Patricia Briggs Don't Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno Witch Hat Atelier Vol. 1 by Kamome Shirahama Kino's Journey The Beautiful World, Vol. 1 by Keiichi Sigsawa Harley Quinn Breaking Glass by Mariko Tamaki The Silence Between Us by Alison Gervais Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor, #1) by Mark Lawrence With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry

Reading Stats for 2019

Author
Female: 75
Male: 30

Length
0-100 pages: 24
101-200 pages: 26
201-300 pages: 20
301-400 pages: 20
401-500 pages: 8

Audience
Adult: 28
YA: 34
Middle Grade: 15
Children: 27

Genre
Adventure: 5

Classic:
Classic Horror: 2
Horror: 1

Contemporary Fiction: 9
Contemporary Romance: 9

Fantasy: 15
Fantasy Horror: 2
Magical Realism: 2
Mythology: 1
Urban Fantasy: 1

General Fiction: 2
Historical fiction: 5
Literary fiction: 2
Realistic Fiction: 8

Nonfiction: 6
Memoir: 2

Mystery: 5
Cozy Mystery: 2
Mystery Thriller:

Retelling: 3

Short Story: 1

Where Did You Get It?
Library: 84
Own: 6
ARC: 8
Blog Tour: 2
Borrowed: 1

Format
Hardcover: 58
Paperback: 19
Audiobook: 12
E-Book: 13

Second Format
Picture Book: 22
Comics/Graphic Novels: 6
Manga: 6
Prose: 1
Translated: 3

Standalone or Series
Standalone: 64
Series: 37
Companion: 1

World Reads
Africa - 1
America: 49
Australia: 1
Britain: 5
Canada: 3
Fantasy World: 9
France: 3
Japan: 8
Mexico: 1
Scotland: 2
Spain: 1
Portugal: 1
Africa:
Germany:
Russia:
Vietnam: 1
Unspecified: 10

Author's Country of Origin
America: 68
Australia: 1
Britain: 4
Canada: 3
France: 1
Japan: 10
Scotland: 3
Spain:
Sweden: 1
Portugal: 1
Africa:
Russia:
Vietnam: 1
Unknown: 1


message 2: by Adriana (last edited Jun 05, 2019 10:22AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Pick-a-Theme Challenge

January Theme: Sea Creature

The Visitors by Simon Sylvester

February Theme: Japanese Literature

Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

March Theme: Rereads

A Week in the Woods by Andrew Clements Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road, #1) by Katie McGarry

April Theme: Sibling Recommends

Storm Front (The Dresden Files, #1) by Jim Butcher The Magicians (The Magicians #1) by Lev Grossman

7/25 books read


message 3: by Adriana (last edited Nov 29, 2018 10:25PM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Royal Reading Challenge

0/5 books read


message 4: by Adriana (last edited Jun 05, 2019 10:31AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments 2019 Beat the Backlist

The Visitors by Simon Sylvester Decluttering at the Speed of Life Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff by Dana K. White The Un-Friendship Bracelet by Martha Maker We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata American Panda by Gloria Chao You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day The Trouble with Twins by Kathryn Siebel After the Fall How Humpty Dumpty Got Back up Again by Dan Santat Louisiana's Way Home by Kate DiCamillo Storm Front (The Dresden Files, #1) by Jim Butcher The Magicians (The Magicians #1) by Lev Grossman Peaches (Peaches, #1) by Jodi Lynn Anderson Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown Losing Leah by Tiffany King Death on Tap (A Sloan Krause Mystery #1) by Ellie Alexander Little Witch Academia, Vol. 1 (Little Witch Academia, #1) by Yoh Yoshinari Poseidon Earth Shaker (Olympians, #5) by George O'Connor The Octopuppy by Martin McKenna Carnivores by Aaron Reynolds Petite Rouge A Cajun Red Riding Hood by Mike Artell Love à la Mode by Stephanie Kate Strohm

23/22 books read CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 5: by Adriana (last edited Mar 29, 2019 11:02AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments TBR Jar Challenge Complete

We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson American Panda by Gloria Chao You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day The Trouble with Twins by Kathryn Siebel

4/4 books


message 6: by Adriana (last edited Mar 24, 2019 10:51PM) (new)


message 7: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Clear the Shelves

0/6 books


message 8: by Adriana (last edited Mar 17, 2019 08:02PM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Popsugar Challenge CHALLENGE COMPLETE

The Visitors by Simon Sylvester Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen Decluttering at the Speed of Life Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff by Dana K. White Riverdale The Day Before by Micol Ostow Hiawatha and the Peacemaker by Robbie Robertson We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai American Panda by Gloria Chao Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan

3. A book written by a musician (fiction or nonfiction)
6. A book with a plant in the title or on the cover
7. A reread of a favorite book
11. A book with an item of clothing or accessory on the cover
12. A book inspired by myth/legend/folklore
17. A book set on college or university campus
19. A book told from multiple POVs
24. A book that takes place in a single day
25. A debut novel
26. A book that's published in 2019
31. A book about a family
32. A book author from Asia, Africa, or South America
37. A book with a two-word title
43. An "own voices" book


14/7 books read


message 9: by Adriana (last edited Jun 05, 2019 10:32AM) (new)


message 10: by Susy (new)

Susy (susysstories) Good luck with all of your challenges & happy reading Adriana!


message 11: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Thank you Susy! I hope you have fun reading next year 😃


message 12: by Ilona, Welcome Committee (new)

Ilona | 3740 comments 25 is a great goal, good luck next year Adriana! :)


message 13: by C I N D L E (new)

C I N D L E (cindle) | 32 comments Hi Adriana,

Wishing you luck and good books for your 2019 reading goal, and thank you for the comment on my own challenge. Happy reading :-)


message 14: by Blagica , Cheerleader! (new)

Blagica  | 11903 comments I always enjoy what you read. Hoping 2019 is a great year for you.


message 15: by Susy (new)

Susy (susysstories) Adriana wrote: "Thank you Susy! I hope you have fun reading next year 😃"

Thanks Adriana! :)


message 16: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Thank you Ilona and Cindle! Hope you have a great reading year.


message 17: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Aww! Thank you Blagica 😊


message 18: by C I N D L E (new)

C I N D L E (cindle) | 32 comments Now that I see how you and others have reserved comment space on their challenges, I wish I had done the same when I created my goal. It looks cleaner this way, when the reader's book posts are always on top, while others comment below it. Oh well, I'll simply keep editing my first post as I read books throughout the year.


message 19: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments It's something I learned looking at others a long time ago.


message 20: by Adriana (last edited Jan 11, 2019 11:56AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #1
The Visitors by Simon Sylvester ★★1/2

*Strange, somewhat unclear ending. Somber feeling to it. Took a direction I wasn't expecting.


message 21: by Adriana (last edited Jan 02, 2019 12:15AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #2
Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen ★★

*Great art style and message but the pacing was off, the message was driven too hard throughout the story, and the little girl's design made her look like more of a boy than a tomboy.


message 22: by Shiruji (new)

Shiruji | 25 comments Good luck :D


message 23: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Thank you (:


message 24: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #3
Decluttering at the Speed of Life Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff by Dana K. White ★★★

*Can be repetitive but the steps and personal anecdotes left me motivated to declutter faster than I have been doing currently.


message 25: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #4
The Un-Friendship Bracelet by Martha Maker ★★★★

*I wish I had read a book like this as a kid. Not only does it inspire creativity but communication amongst friends as well. I found the friends having items built that were way beyond their abilities unrealistic but it also makes sense within the story where the kids could do anything they set their minds too. However, it would have been nice to see the parents help the kids out.


message 26: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #5
Riverdale The Day Before by Micol Ostow ★★★

*I could easily get into this story thanks to the TV series and the flow of the story. All the characters felt like themselves the majority of time. I think Only Betty and Archie had a couple of moments towards the end that were written a little differently than expected. Overall, this was an easy and fun read.


message 27: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #6
Hiawatha and the Peacemaker by Robbie Robertson ★★★1/2 stars

*Nicely told folktale of the Mohawk people. The image of Hiawatha telling the Oneida Chief about what he lost due to the war between the tribes is extremely touching and provides great context as to why he is trying to gain peace amongst their people. The historical accuracy, based on what I could gather, was well done. However, I am unsure of the accuracy of the Peacemaker's face paint during the time period 1400-1450/15th century. The song added with the book was a nice added touch especially by an author who is a known musician.


message 28: by Adriana (last edited Jan 31, 2019 03:18PM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #7
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson ★★★★★

*Whoa! Such a crazy book. I loved it. The anger and animosity between the villagers and Merricat were one thing but then the cousin came over. Everything got super focused and intense. Such a short book but very captivating.

First five star read of the new year!


message 29: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #8
One Crazy Summer (Gaither Sisters, #1) by Rita Williams-Garcia ★★★1/2

*Finally I got to read this book after seeing it at my library for years. Was not what I was expecting. I enjoyed the historical aspect, sisters relationship, and the character growth. I did not enjoy this one line that mentioned how Che Guevara was revolutionary. He was a mass murderer. Never say he is revolutionary to a Cuban.


message 30: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #9
Fairy in Waiting by Sophie Kinsella ★★★

*I can see perfectly who this book is for. I'm sure there are a bunch of girls who would love this book. I think for what it is it is a fun read. I didn't like how much it jumped around in the story from a vacation to a birthday, etc. I didn't love the wand having a technological aspect but that's me. The spells always ending in doo was whatever after a while. I did like how to mom wasn't good at magic spells. It emphasizes how parents are perfect and make mistakes too.


message 31: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #10
Ms Ice Sandwich by Mieko Kawakami ★★★1/2 stars

*A weird little book. I'm unsure what to clearly make of parts of the story. I feel like it was telling me something but I may have been misinterpreting. I did like how everything came together. I would have liked the mom and grandma worries within the story but I get that wasn't what the story was focused on. There was this sense of worry and awe within the narrator that is hard to place. Like I feel like he knew certain things were going to happen and he didn't want the change. He held on to the look of Ms. Ice Sandwich and I don't know. Again, strange book. Had me thinking.


message 32: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #11
Jingle Dancer by Cynthia Leitich Smith ★★★ stars

*Lovely artwork and nice story about a traditional dance within a Native American tribe.


message 33: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #12
Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata ★★★ stars

*My second Japanese books and another strange one. I thought there would be like a lesson at the end of all this but it just ended very oddly. I was assuming the author was going to talk about why the MC was the way she was but I guess not.


message 34: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #13
Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai ★★★★1/2 stars

*Cried my eyes out! I've heard stories about my grandparents and father coming to America and what they had to deal with. It's something that I can't firsthand understand but it is also ingrained in me that I come from immigrant parents. The continuity and perspective of Ha was very much welcomed. I don't usually read prose books but this was done perfectly.


message 35: by Adriana (last edited Mar 12, 2019 07:34AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #14
Comics Will Break Your Heart by Faith Erin Hicks ★★1/2 stars

*I enjoyed the comic book aspect and Romeo and Juliet like plot with the two main characters. I did have some minor issues that added up including the way the story was written in third person POV. I think it could have benefited from being written in first person. It was kind of distracting how the parents of the two MC's names were written after they said something like it would have been better as "said mom" or "said dad." Towards the later half I started not loving the romance. I didn't really feel any excitement towards their relationship. The secondary plot around her best friend was kind of meh. It wrapped up easily and seemed silly. What really got me was the climax of the story didn't do anything for me. It wasn't that big of a deal so the tension that comes with that part of a story just wasn't there.

I think this book is suited for fifteen to sixteen years old. It does have curse words but it the way the story is written seems like it is for younger teens despite the MC worrying over college.


message 36: by Adriana (last edited Mar 15, 2019 12:19AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #15
A Week in the Woods by Andrew Clements ★★★★★ stars

*Still a favorite book!


message 37: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #16
Roar! A Noisy Counting Book by Pamela Duncan Edwards ★★★★ stars

*A great counting book that incorporates animals and colors into the text. The illustrations are nicely done and all the roaring the little cub does will get kids excited to listen to this story.


message 38: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #17
Mouse Went Out to Get a Snack by Lyn Rossiter McFarland ★★★1/2 stars

*A very fun counting book. I enjoyed the rhyming portions more than anything. I wish then end would have had a rhyme because it would have felt more cohesive. I also though there could have been a couple of pages extra at the end with the cat chasing him or something. Otherwise a fun story.


message 39: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #18
Guinea Pig Party by Holly Surplice ★★★★ stars

*A really enjoyable counting book where readers are counting backwards and then forwards at the very end. Learning to count backwards is important for those subtraction skills! Love the art and that it was a guinea pig party. The rhyming was done really well too.


message 40: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #19
Counting Crows by Kathi Appelt ★★★★ stars

*Lovely story with wonderful rhyming. I thought that it provided a great way to teach kids to count by 3's. The artwork is minimal but aesthetically pleasing. The ending was perfect.


message 41: by Adriana (last edited Mar 15, 2019 09:10AM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #20
One Two That's My Shoe! by Alison Murray ★★★1/2 stars

*A nice change up to One Two, Buckle My Shoe. Great opportunities to get children counting but when you stop to count the rhyming factor kind of goes away. Great concept and nice artwork.


message 42: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #21
Ten Hungry Pigs by Derek Anderson ★★★★ stars

*A very cute counting story. The rhyming was excellent. It's a very silly story that children will love. There was counting forward and backwards which I appreciated. The art is bright and colorful. I enjoyed the twist at the end. I thought it was a clever story.


message 43: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #22
1-2-3 Peas by Keith Baker ★★★★ stars

*A counting book that goes from 1-20 then counts by tens to 100. I thought it was clever to add those last counting parts as it helps sneak in some higher counting for kids. I enjoyed the rhyming especially since there were action words to go along with every number. It made this story interactive.


message 44: by Adriana (last edited Mar 16, 2019 09:33PM) (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #23
American Panda by Gloria Chao ★★1/2 stars

*I enjoyed the family aspect and the friction between traditional Chinese expectations in America. There were some great moments that made me very happy and tear up a little.

I didn't enjoy how cookie cutter/scripted everything felt. The romance wasn't for me at all. Mei and Darren seemed to have no real conflict. If they did it was quickly forgiven/resolved. I wasn't excited to listen to their conversations.

Overall, Mei's story was interesting in regards to the expectations she had to fulfill and the family dynamic. Otherwise, the romance, some of her personality (the germ thing plus others), some of the written scenes, and the neatly wrapped ending wasn't my thing. I wish I could have had a little more on Mei's relationship with her dad as well or just see even more of her dad's point of view. I do think others would enjoy the culture and family aspect of this story.


message 45: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #24
Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan ★★★★ stars

*Esperanza Rising could be a pretty emotional and inspiring story. I loved the author's note in the end and it really put everything I learned into perspective. Esperanza could be clueless at times but it was before she changed her mindset and saw what truly all you need in life - good friends and family. She also developed her father's caring soul which I appreciated. I love seeing character growth in a story and saw such a transformation within her. Lovely story.


message 46: by Ilona, Welcome Committee (new)

Ilona | 3740 comments Looks like your challenge is going very well !


message 47: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Yeah! Everything usually goes well in the beginning of the year. It looks like so far I'm going to have a good reading year!


message 48: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #25
Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road, #1) by Katie McGarry ★★★1/2 stars

*Reread: I understand why I've never given this one five stars compared to the other books in the series although i would need to reread the other books in the series to make sure. Emily and Oz do fall for each other pretty fast. I didn't like some moments based on that like the seducing and Oz saying how she cried out for him and she needs him type of thing. All having to do with the fast paced romance. I did enjoy everything else though even with the teenage angst. I do think it would be better if they were both college aged but I'm not overly complaining about it. There's nothing really explicit happening. I'm glad I reread Nowhere But Here again. I really love the Thunder Road series.


message 49: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #26
In Another Life by C.C. Hunter ★★ stars

*Mystery was interesting for a time but a lot of the romance got in the way. This could have been more of a thriller as well. It could have used a little more to pack a punch.


message 50: by Adriana (new)

Adriana | 3888 comments Book #27
You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) by Felicia Day ★★★★★ stars

*How did I start off not thinking I would be able to finish?

I learned so much about Felicia with some parallels within myself and I'm pretty inspired by her story. Kind of an awesome story. Listened to about more than half on audiobook and read the other parts. Felicia reads the book and there is an extra chapter chapter called Book Tour - I guess an unofficial chapter seemingly exclusive to the audiobook. Really fantastic read/listen!


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