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SEPTEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you learn in September, and which of them have been y…

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SEPTEMBER 2020 BOOK RECAP: What did you learn in September, and which of them have been your favorites? Mine have been THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, THE FORGOTTEN KINGDOM, and THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS.

1. THE BROMANCE BOOK CLUB, by Lyssa Kay Adams (5 stars)

2. THE FORGOTTEN KINDGOM, by Signe Pike (5 stars)

3. THE OYSTERVILLE SEWING CIRCLE by Susan Wiggs (Four stars)

4. DON’T LOOK FOR ME by Wendy Walker (Four stars)

5. THE PULL OF THE STARS by Emma Donoghue (3.5 stars)

6. WILDLAND by Rebecca Hodge (Four stars)

7. THE BOOK OF TWO WAYS by Jodi Picoult (5 stars)

8. SAY YOU STILL LOVE ME by Ok.A. Tucker (Three stars)

9. AND NOW SHE’S GONE by Rachel Howzell Corridor (Four stars)

10. TIES THAT TETHER by Jane Igharo (Four stars)

11. WELL PLAYED, by Jen DeLuca (3.5 stars)

12. THE WRONG KIND OF WOMAN by Sarah McCraw Crow (Three stars)

13. THE GOOD NEIGHBOR: THE LIFE AND WORK OF FRED ROGERS by Maxwell King (Four stars)

14. THE CHRISTMAS TABLE, by Donna VanLiere (Three stars)

15. THE PROSPECT by Lyssa Kay Adams (Four stars)

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