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Walklover’s 75 Books Challenge for 2020

75 Books Challenge for 2020

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1walklover
Jan 13, 4:55pm Top

Happy New Year everyone! Had a bit of trouble posting at the end of my 2019 thread - so best wishes for a wonderful New Year to all of you!

2walklover
Edited: Jan 13, 5:03pm Top

1. Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki - A terrific graphic novel recommended by Joe. A great story involving young love, toxic relationships, friendship - and growing up.

3walklover
Edited: Jan 13, 5:03pm Top

2. Ali Cross by James Patterson - A middle grade novel involving the young son of Alex Cross, one of my favorite Patterson characters. It was an okay story, but not totally believable at all points.

4walklover
Edited: Jan 13, 5:04pm Top

3. The Dolls by James Patterson with Kecia Bal - This BookShot was a bit too far-fetched in plot for me to recommend.

5walklover
Jan 13, 5:07pm Top

4. The Handmaid’s Tale: The Graphic Novel by Margaret Atwood with art and adaptation by Renee Nault - I first read The Handmaid’s Tale many years ago. It was actually the first book I ever stayed up all night to read. I’ve watched the television series and read The Testaments, but it was really wonderful to go back to the “original” - and the art is fabulous.

6walklover
Jan 13, 5:10pm Top

5. > The Honey Bus: A Memoir of Loss, Courage and a Girl Saved by Bees by Meredith May - I loves memoirs and I’m drawn to any story involving bees. I really enjoyed this book - a story of a young girl whose parents divorce and whose mother deteriorates day after day. May was lucky to live with her grandparents (and her mother0 - particularly her grandfather who helped her cope by involving her in his beekeeping business.

7walklover
Jan 13, 5:12pm Top

6. > The Spring House by Mary Ellen Taylor - A lovely story about a small town and its history - and the woman whose life is made better by living there.

8FAMeulstee
Jan 13, 5:59pm Top

Happy reading in 2020, Debbi!

9ffortsa
Jan 13, 6:02pm Top

Hi Debbi. Glad to see your thread for 2020.

10kidzdoc
Edited: Jan 13, 6:51pm Top

Happy New Year and welcome back, Debbi! You're off to a great start.

11PaulCranswick
Jan 13, 10:02pm Top



Another resolution is to keep up in 2020 with all my friends on LT. Happy New Year!

12thornton37814
Jan 13, 10:21pm Top

Hope 2020 is filled with good reads!

13scaifea
Jan 14, 7:41am Top

So good to see you here, Debbi!

14drneutron
Jan 14, 2:32pm Top

Welcome back!

15SuziQoregon
Jan 14, 6:13pm Top

Happy New Year Debbi! You're off to a great year of reading.

16msf59
Jan 14, 6:30pm Top

Happy New Thread, Debbi! I hope your New Year is off to a fine start. It sure sounds like your reading is. Hooray for Laura Dean!

17jnwelch
Yesterday, 4:48pm Top

Hurrah! Great to see your thread up, Hon. You're off to another excellent reading year.

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