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I read 18,149 pages across 73 books Img bookstack 96

Tim Kaine Is Your Nice Dad by Sara Benincasa
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30 pages
Tim Kaine Is Your Nice Dad: a wo...
681 pages
Glass by Ellen Hopkins
248 pages

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Tim Kaine Is Your Nice Dad by Sara Benincasa
Tim Kaine Is Your Nice Dad: a work of dad fiction
4.55 average
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Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Edmund’s first review of the year
it was amazing
Definitely processing.

Race and whiteness themselves are strange concepts.

How is being white better?

Why does America think of itself as so exceptional?

Why do we allow such racist policing?

I really hope things get saner and better in our country. It has to happen. Things are bad now. But thete is so much wealth, and so many people want to make the world better. Powerful book.
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
it was amazing
Fast Girl by Suzy Favor Hamilton
My Appetite for Destruction by Steven Adler
Jailbird by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Armageddon in Retrospect by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
The Great Beanie Baby Bubble by Zac Bissonnette
The Facts of Life and Other Dirty Jokes by Willie Nelson
House of Cash by John Carter Cash
American Primitive by Mary Oliver
Madness by Marya Hornbacher
it was amazing
Studs Terkel's Working by Harvey Pekar
Unwasted by Sacha Zimmerman Scoblic
Second Star to the Right by Deborah Hautzig
Teddy and Me by Michael Savage
Humans of New York by Brandon Stanton
Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me by Harvey Pekar
MiXED NUTS or What I've Learned Practicing Psychotherapy by Rick Cormier
We the Animals by Justin Torres
How Poetry Saved My Life by Amber Dawn
it was amazing
The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson
Two Brothers by Fábio Moon
Ella's Twisted Senior Year by Amy Sparling
Killing and Dying by Adrian Tomine
Gratitude by Oliver Sacks
Rumble by Ellen Hopkins
D'Aulaires' Book of Norse Myths by Ingri d'Aulaire
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace by Gore Vidal
Identical by Ellen Hopkins
really liked it
Patience by Daniel Clowes
Crank by Ellen Hopkins
Glass by Ellen Hopkins
In Real Life by Cory Doctorow
Adorkable by Cookie O'Gorman
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
The Summer He Didn't Die by Jim Harrison
Saving Daylight by Jim Harrison
Too Bright to Hear Too Loud to See by Juliann Garey
Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
Dumplin' by Julie   Murphy
Burned by Ellen Hopkins
Agorafabulous! by Sara Benincasa
Real Artists Have Day Jobs by Sara Benincasa
it was amazing
The Whore of Akron by Scott Raab
Fallout by Ellen Hopkins
Paper Towns by John Green
Laughing at My Nightmare by Shane Burcaw
Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit
Look at the Birdie by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
D.C. Trip by Sara Benincasa
Love That Dog by Sharon Creech
it was amazing
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Heartbeat by Sharon Creech
Great by Sara Benincasa
Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance
Tim Kaine Is Your Nice Dad by Sara Benincasa
really liked it
Welcome to the Monkey House by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Confess by Colleen Hoover
My Life Cracks Me Up by Rick Cormier
November 9 by Colleen Hoover
Voices of Bipolar Disorder by Judtih Cohen
The Splinter Factory by Jeffrey McDaniel
You Don't Miss Your Water by Cornelius Eady
Pleasing the Ghost by Sharon Creech
The Kingdom of Speech by Tom Wolfe
The Painted Word by Tom Wolfe
it was amazing
Unfathomable City by Rebecca Solnit
Shelter by Robin Merrill
Bridge to the Soul by Rumi
The Witches of Commack, Maine by Robin Merrill
Daniel by Robin Merrill
The Year of Voting Dangerously by Maureen Dowd
The Importance of Being Ernest by Ernest Cline
This Girl by Colleen Hoover
liked it
This Girl by Colleen Hoover
Edmund’s last review of the year
liked it
I really wanted to like this book, but I'm not sure what the point is. It's just too similar to Slammed and Will's point of view is already in Point of Retreat.

Reading Slammed and Point of Retreat again may have made reading This Girl worse too because the story was so fresh. So it goes.

I didn't return it to the library on time and finished the second half pretty fast. Still feels like it is unnecessary. And I miss the supporting characters. It w
2016 Reading Challenge Img rccompleted
Edmund Davis-Quinn read 73 out of 66 books.
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