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4 Books I Finished Recently

Welcome to my volume modernize post where I share what notebooks I finished recently+ my honest thoughts and star ratings of them.

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My Reading Goals for 2021

For 2021, I set a goal of reading 3 notebooks per week -- 1 myth record, 1 non-fiction book, and 1 audiobook each week. I know this is an reckless objective, but see is something I enjoy and it’s a highway I learn, challenge my thinker, improve as a scribe and communicator, and am refreshed and encouraged through inspiring stories.

I have a few shelves full of records( mostly that I’ve gotten free ), so I decided to choose 52 notebooks from off my rack to read this year( realize my list of 52 journals I plan to read in 2021 now ). I’ll likewise read other volumes that I find/ am send that arouse my interest. Plus, I plan to go through a lot of audiobooks( I get mine free from the Libby app and precisely started trying out the Hoopla app ).

Here are four notebooks I finished recently 😛 TAGEND

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The Orphan's Tale

Did you know that some circus business secreted Jews in their fellowship during World War II? I didn't know that until listening to this book!

I experienced this book, but it was my least favorite audiobook in the line-up this week. Mostly because I felt like some of the fib was disjointed and a lot of it only felt highly unrealistic. That said, it's well narrated and, if you like World War II tales, you'll probably enjoy this one.

Verdict: 3 stars

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Every Little Win

Todd Tilghman is likely best knows we being the winner of The Voice, but he's had a lot of little prevails in "peoples lives" that granted him the anchor and heroism to try out for The Voice and make it to the end. The volume chronicles he and his wife's fib and journeying -- from nearly losing their marriage early on, to fiscal strives, to their call to adopt, to the handling of unexpected reputation. It's a story of teamwork, of relying upon God, and of stepping out in sect and saying yes -- even though it terrifies you!

I'm only dedicate it 3 performs because I was almost like the narration jumped around some and there was a lot of duplication in it that I concluded distracting, but I italicized and dog-eared many parts of the book, so don't let my rating preserve you from reading the book!

Verdict: 3 stars

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The Woman With the Blue Star

I listened to this audiobook and felt it to be a really participating tale( that was also well narrated ). While some of the narrative felt somewhat implausible and inconceivable, it opened up my attentions to another World War II story I'd never heard of before: Jews who hid in the sewers in order to survive the Holocaust.

If you want to read more of the real-life accountings of Jewish people hiding in the sewer, check out this site. And now I want to read The Girl in the Green Sweater, a first entrust retelling of subsisting in the sewer for 14 months and too the book, In the Sewers of Lvov: A Heroic Story of Survival from the Holocaust.( Have any of you read either of these ?)

Verdict: 4 stars

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The Last Year of the War

This was my favorite record of the coming week. It's the beautiful fib of two young girl -- one from a Japanese family and working one from a German category -- who meet at the Crystal City internment camp during World War II.

Not simply does the story participate you right from the get-go, but it truly impels you step back and ruminate what it would be like to be an American citizen who -- through no flaw of your own -- completed in an internment camp in the US. Like the above two journal, this is a World War II perspective I'd never considered before and I think it is a very worthwhile story to read or listen to( the audiobook recital is very well done ). And it represented me stop to consider how we can climb to opinions because of fear and how those conclusions can passionately hurt others or start them feel outcast.

My simply judgment with the book was that it gets a little far-fetched and detailed in the end section -- the segment that was well after the struggle. I kind of felt like that side could have been left out or edited down some as it felt like it started to drag on a little.

Verdict: 4 stars

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