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I’m on my 2nd go with Mockingjay.
What’s yours?

I’m on my 2nd go with Mockingjay.

What’s yours?

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  1. calmandclassy answered: lovely bones is one of those books i could read over and over!
  2. alovelikethat answered: Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams - Sylvia Plath
  3. windycitylibrarian answered: Keturah and Lord Death
  4. crowdmyheart answered: Clash of Kings. I am digging on this series, for real!
  5. teachandtutor reblogged this from thelifeguardlibrarian and added:
    Finishing The Fault in our Stars
  6. wincherella reblogged this from adiemtocarpe and added:
    Chances, for a quick read and Game of Thrones Storm of Swords.
  7. 365daysofmichellesm reblogged this from adiemtocarpe and added:
    The Lovely Bones. No sleep tonight!
  8. adiemtocarpe reblogged this from thelifeguardlibrarian and added:
    Seekers for school and The Little Prince for my pick-me up read :)
  9. allthingslibrary answered: Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead
  10. bainzie answered: Just finished Daniel Handler’s Why We Broke Up.
  11. thebronzemedal answered: "Birds of a Lesser Paradise" by Megan Mayhew Bergman
  12. bigdirkmalone answered: On my first go with Mockingjay
  13. thelibraryofminds answered: Cleopatra!
  14. botanyandbooks answered: partials by dan wells
  15. bookoisseur answered: Bossypants…It is hilarious.
  16. partyweetow answered: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time!
  17. heidireadsya answered: The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth. Absolutely heart wrenching so far
  18. far-to-fall reblogged this from thelifeguardlibrarian and added:
    Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) and illustrated by Maira Kalman. The Illustrations are bright,...
  19. books-on-the-floor answered: Afterdark by Haruki Murakami :)
  20. libraryoasis answered: I just started World War Z yesterday. In my Readers Advisory Class, a classmate did a booktalk on it and it sounded interesting.
  21. jegibbs answered: 'The Doctor and The Devils' by Dylan Thomas and or 'Tales of Beatnik Glory' by Ed Sanders
  22. danhickey answered: House of Mirth, Edith Wharton
  23. annaverity answered: Game Change by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin. If I don’t finish it today, I’ll certainly make a big dent.
  24. thespiritsoftheage answered: Finishing The Remains of the Day :)
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