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The Friday 56

Welcome to another Friday 56 (Week 328) from work!
At least this time I have a snippet to share.

I'm still reading Red Queen, but at least I'm at the end.




As you see I'm 86% in. Will be done this weekend I hope.

Leave your link in the comments so I can visit you.

Happy weekend!

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  1. Ooh I love this snippet!
    Here's my 56: http://dualreads.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/friday-reads-9th-june-2017.html

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  2. Hi Freda! Enjoy finishing your book and your weekend! Here's mine Inspiration Pie

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  3. I felt rather stuck on my current read as well, not because it wasn't good, but it's been hard to find time to read. Hope you have an enjoyable weekend.
    My 56: https://akernelofnonsense.wordpress.com/2017/06/08/the-friday-56-american-street/

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  4. Well done, Freda! You're nearly there. Thanks for hosting and have a super weekend.

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  5. And I forgot to leave my link... I'm reading Diamond - The History of a Cold-Blooded Love Affair by Matthew Hart. Hope you get a chance to visit.

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  6. Happy Friday, Freda! This week I'm spotlighting Birds, Beasts, and Relatives by Gerald Durrell. Check it out here.

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  7. Here's mine for the week: http://carstairsconsiders.blogspot.com/2017/06/june-9ths-book-beginning-and-friday-56.html

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  8. I've heard a lot of good things about Red Queen but never got around to it. Here's my link: http://our-thoughts-precisely.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-friday-56-106-book-beginnings.html

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  9. I enjoyed Red Queen (I think? It was a long while ago I read it) so hope you're enjoying it too :)
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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  10. I love this part of the book so much! I hope that you are enjoying it. Have a wonderful weekend. :)

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  11. I'll be curious to see what you think of this one. It's on my TBR! http://iwishilivedinalibrary.blogspot.com/2017/06/friday-linkups-accidentally-on-purpose.html

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  12. Wow. So much drama! This one caught my eye, but so many books to read.

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  13. Happy reading, Freda! Here's my Friday 56:
    http://www.bookclublibrarian.com/2017/06/friday-focus-friday-56-book-beginnings.html

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  14. Sounds great!

    I sent my choice to Instagram, but didn't know how to save it from there to my blog lol

    Here's my old-fashioned entry: http://bit.ly/2sb7kiS

    Thank you!

    Have a lovely weekend,Freda.x

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  15. Good 56. Here's mine http://socratesbookreviews.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-friday-56_8.html

    Have a great weekend!

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    1. Nope, sorry.
      If you read the post, you'd know I was at work.

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  17. That sound so good! Lies and Betrayal . . . Sounds like my kind of book. I am looking forward to reading Red Queen one of these days. Thank you for sharing!

    Here is a link to mine this week: http://www.literaryfeline.com/2017/06/where-is-your-bookmark-06092017.html

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  18. Here's Mine: http://www.fitkittymama.com/the-friday-56-holding-up-the-universe/

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  19. Come see my review of a French mystery novelist.
    http://bookdilettante.blogspot.com/2017/06/after-crash-by-michel-bussi-review-and.html

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  20. This is one of my favorite books. I'm hoping you are enjoying it! Thanks for hosting! Have a great week http://www.thereadingdiaries.com/2017/06/book-beginnings-on-friday-friday-56.html

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  21. Here is my Friday 56:
    https://coffeeandcatsblog.wordpress.com/2017/06/09/friday-56-35/

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  22. Happy Reading. Here's mine: http://www.nickijmarkus.com/2017/06/weekend-blog-hops-10-june-2017.html

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