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January 2021 – Month-to-month Recap: What did you learn in January, and which of them have been …

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January 2021 – Month-to-month Recap: What did you learn in January, and which of them have been your favorites? Mine have been MEET ME IN BOMBAY and THE PARIS LIBRARY!

1. WHAT COULD BE SAVED by Liese O’Halloran Schwarz (Four stars)

2. HOW TO FAIL AT FLIRTING by Denise Williams (Four stars)

3. WAITING FOR THE NIGHT SONG by Julie Carrick Dalton (Four stars)

4. THE GOOD LUCK CHARM by Helena Looking (Three stars)

5. WHAT’S WORTH KEEPING by Kaya McLaren (Four stars)

6. MEET ME IN BOMBAY by Jenny Ashcroft (5 stars)

7. THE TRUTHS WE HOLD by Kamala Harris (Four stars)

8. FOUR WINDS by Kristin Hannah (3.5 stars)

9. THE PARIS LIBRARY by Janet Skieslien Charles (5 stars)

10. GREENLIGHTS by Matthew McConaughey (Four stars)

11. I WILL SEND RAIN by Rae Meadows (Four stars)

12. THE NATURE OF FRAGILE THINGS by Susan Meissner (Four stars)

4 thoughts on “January 2021 – Month-to-month Recap: What did you learn in January, and which of them have been …

  1. My book club is reading The Truths We Hold this month. I agree with your rating of The Four Winds. I was emotionally exhausted after reading it. Most reviews have been overwhelmingly positive so I thought it was just me.

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