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    The Winter of the Witch - Kathleen Arden
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  1. Muggle Not's Reading List - 2019

    I hope you enjoy Where The Crawdads Sing as much as I did. Happy reading in 2019! 4. The Winter of the Witch - Kathleen Arden - 4/5 I just finished reading The Winter of the Witch (book 3 of the Winternight Trilogy) and rate it a 4/5. I wish there were more books like this Trilogy to read, just enjoyable reading. If you read this book be sure to read the Authors Note at the end. It adds so much to the overall knowledge of the fantastic story in the book. It took Arden 7 years to write the Trilogy and it is easy to see why after reading her Authors Note. Also, read everything after the Authors Note to get a complete understanding of the story and the amount of work that went into the Trilogy.
  2. May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose - Little Jimmy Dickens (we had an ice storm last week and lost power for 9 hours. trees were covered with ice and many came down)
  3. Muggle Not's Reading List - 2019

    Where The Crawdads Sing was my favorite book of 2018. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. I am about 33% into The Winter of the Witch and so far I give it a 4/5. 1/5: I didn't like it 2/5: It was okay 3/5: I liked it 4/5: I really liked it 5/5: It was amazing
  4. Muggle Not's Reading List - 2019

    1. - The Reckoning - John Grisham - 2/5 2. Fear - Bob Woodward - 3/5 3. The New Iberia Blues - James Lee Burke - 3.5/5 - As usual from Burke this was very good reading. This book is the latest in the Dave Robicheaux series. Dave and Clete team up to solve disturbing murders in Southern Louisana. I just started reading Winter of the Witch (book3 of the Winternight trilogy). I once again strongly recommend a book that I read late last year......Where The Crawdads Sing. It is currently #2 ranked book in popularity in the U.S.
  5. Its A Beautiful Day - Sarah Brightman
  6. Beautiful Dreamer - Roy Orbison
  7. Everything Is Beautiful - Ray Stevens
  8. Sure Be Cool If You Did - Blake Shelton
  9. Muggle Not's Reading List - 2019

    It will be released on Jan. 22. I am on hold at the library for the pre-release. The Girl in the Tower was really good. I am anxious for The Winter of the Witch. Happy reading!!
  10. Muggle Not's Reading List - 2019

    It certainly is ok to post in here. You are welcome to make as many posts as you like. I also hope you have a very good reading year. have you read any books recently from the author we have both enjoyed?
  11. Frankie reads 2019

    I was going to recommend a book to you but thought better of it as I reconsidered your current list and realized that you have enough reading on your lists to last many, many years. Where The Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens (it was my favorite book last year)
  12. I have borrowed Frankie's rating system for 2019: 1/5: I didn't like it 2/5: It was okay 3/5: I liked it 4/5: I really liked it 5/5: It was amazing My first book read in 2019 unfortunately was only a 2/5 rating. I am currently reading Fear (book on Donald (cadet bone spurs) Trump) by Bob Woodward I am looking forward to some much better reading soon as there are books I have on hold at the library that I believe will be very good. I requested the library to buy 4 ebooks and I recently received a notice that the ebooks have been purchased. Current books on hold at the library: The Golden Tresses of the Dead (Flavia de Luce series) – Alan Bradley The New Iberia Blues ( a Dave Robicheaux novel) – James Lee Burke The Winter of the Witch (Winternight Trilogy book 3) – Katherine Arden Fallen Land – Taylor Brown Long Road to Mercy – David Baldacci Virgil Wander – Leif Enger 1. The Reckoning - John Grisham - 2/5 - generally I enjoy John Grisham but this was not one of his better books.
  13. Cool Drink of Water - Brooks & Dunn