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We took a drive out yesterday afternoon and I swapped a few books in a couple of red telephone box book exchanges. This one came from Cowthorpe. How could I resist a book with pink cupcakes on the cover? :-)
Journal Entry 2
Knaresborough, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, August 10, 2022
This shouldn't be my sort of book and I really shouldn't have finished it - but I did! It's full of horribly gruesome and graphic details of cruelty and abuse and all sorts of unpleasantness - yet there's something strangely compelling about it. There's no way I could have given up before the end. Yes, compelling's the right word for it, that's exactly how I found it! And there are many redeeming features, plenty of love and family loyalty :-)
Journal Entry 3
Bus Stop Bookcase 📚 in Asenby, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Monday, August 15, 2022
Released 1 mo ago (8/15/2022 UTC) at Bus Stop Bookcase 📚 in Asenby, North Yorkshire United Kingdom
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