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TASK HELP: Summer Challenge 2020 > 15.5 - Again, Really?

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message 1: by SRC Moderator (last edited May 16, 2020 04:03AM) (new)

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15.5 - Again, Really?
Sequels are a staple of the movie industry. Read a book in a series with a whole number greater than 1, in which you’ve already read book 1 before May 15.
REQUIRED: In your post, state the date on which you read book 1 in the series


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Nicole | 1314 comments Question- does it count as a series if there are only 2 books (so far or maybe forever)


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Nicole wrote: "Question- does it count as a series if there are only 2 books (so far or maybe forever)"

yes


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Kim | 640 comments What if I read book one in the series before I joined Goodreads? The book is The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. I shelved it as read when I joined Goodreads in April, 2012, but there is no date read. Can I use the shelved date as the date read?

Thank you.


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Kim wrote: "What if I read book one in the series before I joined Goodreads? The book is The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. I shelved it as read when I joined Goodreads in April, 2012, but ..."

yes


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Julia (julia103) | 1648 comments If I first read book one in the series years ago but most recently re-read it after May 15th 2020, would that still be ok?


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Julia wrote: "If I first read book one in the series years ago but most recently re-read it after May 15th 2020, would that still be ok?"

yes


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