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Welcome to week 484!

RULES:

*Grab a book, any book.

*Turn to Page 56 or 56% on your ereader.
If you have to improvise, that is okay.

*Find a snippet, short and sweet.

*Post it, and add the url to your post in the Linky below. Sorry, I'm not adding them anymore. It takes no time at all for you to add your links if you want the visits.

Also join in the fun on Instagram using the hashtags #Instagram56 #Friday56

Happy weekend to you all!


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Read my review.



Here is my snippet from page 56...








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Q:  If you can recommend a book from the following genres, what would they be? A book from Romance, NA, YA, Fantasy.
A: From Romance, The Notebook or anything by Nicholas Sparks really. NA, not sure... next. YA I definitely recommend Morgan Matson, Marissa Meyer, and Julie Kagawa. Fantasy I just can't get a grip on one that I feel strong about. There's a bunch of good ones but maybe I haven't read them yet, I dunno. Ask me about thriller/horror/mystery and we can talk all night...











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Comments

  1. I don't usually read memoirs, but this really sounds good. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  2. I haven't heard of this one before. Enjoy your current read. :-)

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  3. Your book is true crime? That sure doesn't sound like the Amish I've heard about. Is it well-written?

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    1. It is non-fiction. Also shows you can;t judge a book by its cover. Amish are only human and make mistakes too, even big, bad ones.

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  4. I don't think I could read this book right now!

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  5. Aw man, this sounds like a really emotional read. I've heard of similar books about the Amish experience, but hadn't heard of this one. I'm super curious about it now.

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  6. Oh my. Sounds like a truly heartbreaking story :( Thanks for sharing and have a great week!

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  7. I'm intrigued by your book--that selection is disturbing but compelling!

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  8. Is this non-fiction? It's so chilling to be true!!!

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    1. It is!! So chilling, I turned to ice reading it!

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  9. Oh wow, that sounds really good. Will mark it here! I am sooo late for Friday 56. We were travelling the whole day yesterday and then we didn't have signal.

    Will do the Instagram post as well!

    Enjoy your weekend Freda!

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  10. Very interesting sounding books you've got. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. I had a lot of paranormal romance and urban fantasy recommendations Freda, but YA and NA? Not so much. ;-)
    Hope you have a good weekend. x

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