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text 2018-09-19 03:30
Reading progress update: I've read 229 out of 376 pages.
Survivor In Death (In Death, #20) - J.D. Robb
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text 2018-09-18 03:14
Reading progress update: I've read 151 out of 376 pages.
Survivor In Death (In Death, #20) - J.D. Robb
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review 2018-09-17 13:15
One of my favorite books in this series!!!!!
Leverage in Death - J.D. Robb

I really thought the reason for the killings was just interesting because I know nothing about the topic.(All I can say about that without spoiling it.)

Ti will say that one trigger Warning would be abuse of Children, but more for the wife. Loved the ending and I was crying but it was a happy reason why I was crying 

I will say Eve and Roarke had a small fight and of course angry sexy. And that the candy thief made an appearance again. There was a really cute Eve and Belle scene,that had me gushing and laughing. 

I really think one of the reasons I love this series so much is because of the friendship as well as the different relationships in the book. And there was a part with Peabody that had me freaking laughing like a loon. 

The book makes you think, what would you do if you had to choose between your family or many other people dying? Could you choose to let your wife, child die? I think it would be a very hard thing to choose. I wouldn't want my spouse and child to die but I wouldn't want to kill innocent people either. Very hard because either way, even if you had no choice, you would be a killer. 

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text 2018-09-16 22:59
Reading progress update: I've read 68 out of 376 pages.
Survivor In Death (In Death, #20) - J.D. Robb
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text 2018-09-16 20:53
Reading progress update: I've read 5 out of 376 pages.
Survivor In Death (In Death, #20) - J.D. Robb

Well, that was one of the most heartbreaking prologues I've read in quite some time.

 

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