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A Redditor Read/ Listened to 158 Books in 2019. Here Are 30 They Gave a Perfect Score.

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Redditor DoodlingDaughter listened or read 158 books in 2019. Below is her list of books she rated 10/10, in no particular order: The Killer Collective by Barry Eisler Feed by M.T Anderson Binti by Nnedi Okorafor The Waiting Room by Emily Bleeker Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone Our Little Lies by Sue Watson Sisterland …

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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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What’s it about? Marriages aren’t always how they appear from the outside. Sometimes, they’re not even how they appear from the inside. That’s how it is with Nick and Amy. To anyone but their closest of friends, they have the perfect marriage so far, composed of a handful of years together in their glamorous city home …

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Wild by Cheryl Strayed

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What’s it about? Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail is a powerful memoir following the journey of Cheryl Strayed as she sets out on an 1100-mile solo hike up the Pacific Crest Trail. While the book contains plenty of adventure – Cheryl faces rattlesnakes, black bears, intense heat, record snowfalls, and predatory …

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Tough Sh*t by Kevin Smith

Tough Sh*t audiobook Kevin Smith

What’s it about? Kevin Smith describes himself as a “fat, lazy slob who did good”. This good includes changing film-making forever at the age of twenty-three with Clerks, a number of other films such as Chasing Amy and Dogma (and some other not-so-good films…), owning a comic book store, building a podcasting empire and marrying a …

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

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What’s it about? In the first book of the Hunger Games trilogy, sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen lives in a post-revolution used-to-be-America comprised of twelve dystopian districts now known as Panem. Every year the ruling class of the Capital picks one young boy and girl from each district to fight to the death in a televised event …

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