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    I finished Severance a couple weeks ago. I really enjoyed it and was definitely interesting but eerie to see some of the parallels to the behavior/reactions people had during the pandemic.

    I haven't decided what to read next yet. I'm a little burnt out so I think I need either something kind of light or an essay/short story collection so things are bite-sized. Time to peruse the many unread books on my shelves to see what fits the bill.

    (lmao at me grabbing Godel, Escher, and Bach out of one of my boxes of things in my parents' basement thinking that was definitely gonna be my next read)



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    The Marlow Murder Club by Robert Thorogood. It's supposed to be like a modern Agatha Christie with a 70 y/o lady as the protagonist. So far it's been fun to read!


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    I watched the 2 seasons of Bridgerton on Netflix and fell in love. My mother in law was reading the series and actually just finished the last one. So I decided to pick up the entire series when it was on sale online. I'm just about done with the first one (slow read since I saw the show first). I love it though, I can't wait to dig into the other stories.



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    Started the first Mistborn book recently!

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    Almost finished the Sword of Destiny from the Witcher series. I haven't had a lot of time to sit down & just finish the damn thing. At least this and the first book are a collection of short stories, which it's good to pick up after not looking at them for a long period of time.

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    The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss, for like the 20th time


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    All my friends and my partner are obsessed with Brandon Sanderson, and I feel left out of their convos.
    So...I'm reading Mistborn.
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    Reading Lord of the Rings for the first time. It only just started getting interesting. (Seriously, what the hell was with all that Tom Bombadil filler? But at least I'm past that part now.)

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    I started reading I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy. I saw that everyone was talking about it everywhere and used an English assignment as an excuse to buy it.
    Honestly, I had only seen the cover and the title, I didn't know what to expect. I've only read the first few chapters and it's hard...
    When I finish it I'll make an in-depth comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyFaerie View Post
    I started reading I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy. I saw that everyone was talking about it everywhere and used an English assignment as an excuse to buy it.
    Honestly, I had only seen the cover and the title, I didn't know what to expect. I've only read the first few chapters and it's hard...
    When I finish it I'll make an in-depth comment.
    I listened to a few episodes of her podcast a couple years ago and I'm really interested in reading it, but also fully expecting it to be a difficult read, so I haven't jumped on it yet.



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