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Yay our top 101 for 2019 is here and the results are in! 🎉🎊
Come in store to see which of your favourite titles and authors have made it onto the list! We are happy to report that a lot of our fav Aussie authors have made it such as Jane Harper, Clementine Ford and Liane Moriarty! 📚We also have 3 for the price of 2 for the month of April! So come in store and pick up something new to read today! 📖✨ #booklover#top101#dymocks#dymocksbroadway#books#bookstagram#lovebooks#prettybooks#3for2
countless by karen gregory
ooft this book was great! it mixed two incredibly somber things to write about - pregnancy and eating disorders. it was honestly amazingly written. the plot was that hedda is just bouncing back from being in an eating disorder unit when she discovers she’s pregnant. hedda is so messed up, she’s named her eating disorder - nia. when hedda and nia decide to call a truce just for 9 months, how much will hedda’s life derail? i loved hedda, i loved rose, i loved the ending, i loved the story, i loved this book!!!!! i loved how the plot progressed and and when it slowed and then built up! honestly though the ending was perfect in my mind, i just wish we had an ending on robinson or whatever his dumb name. there was never a movement in this book where the pace was too slow or quick, so this was like my favourite book! and i loved the topics this book proposes like teen pregnancy, anorexia, teens with kids, and family problems! i would totally read this book again my dudes! i recommend this book to teens who have dealt with an eating disorder or pregnancy. i rate this book 10 roses via robin out of 10 🌹 -
pages - 374
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everything i never told you by celeste ng
ok so i really enjoyed this book! it honestly took so much to get into the plot, but once i was into this book i couldn’t get out! the plot was that it’s the 1970’s in ohio, and marilyn and james lee are married, and have three kids, lydia, nathan, and hannah. as a mixed white and chinese family, lydia’s expectations from her parents are high and is the favourite. when lydia’s body is found in the local lake, the family spirals, and slowly tries to find out where it all went wrong, and who did this to their lydia. ok so the ending was sweet, but i don’t get the ending with nath and jack. like i get what happened with them involving hannah, but i don’t get what happened in the epilogue. i mean i have an idea, but it wasn’t even semi-explicitly spelled out for my dumbass. i liked the plot and like i said earlier, it kept me intrigued after about 50 pages. i had my hopes low for this book but i really enjoyed this! this helped me get a good idea on how the 70’s was, as well as how it was being asian during that time. honestly i don’t have much else to say other than the plot was great, the characters are well written, and i had a fun time reading this! i wouldn’t read this again though. i recommend this book to fans of adult fiction like the rosie project. i rate this book 7 physics books out of 10 📖 -
pages - 293
q - favourite character from mario (not something like toad or the bowser kids,,, a human one)
a - luigi because i relate to him,,, he’s green, forgotten about, tall, forgotten about and lanky as heck
How exciting is this news?! Anh Do has a new middle grade series in the works 🐺
We know how much kids have enjoyed Anh Do’s other series’ Weirdo, and Ninja Kid, so it’s SO exciting that he’s releasing this three-book series!
We can’t wait to see what it’s like! But if the cover is any indication (even if you shouldn’t just a book by one 😋) it’s gonna be just as good if not better! We love books that get children reading and KEEP them reading 📚🙌🏼
What do you think of the news?
It’s an intriguing concept - the 1970s rock band that is on top of the world pulls out of their blockbuster tour with no explanation. We are then taken to the beginning, with Reid explaining how this could’ve happened, conveyed through a series of interviews with the members of the band and those who surround them. What follows is a fast paced riveting story of the 1970s music industry, each character flawed yet understandable, all of who have their own varied perspective of key events. A must-read novel that you’ll race through to get the answer of what happened to Daisy Jones & The Six. #BOM#daisyjonesandthesix#newrelease#reesewitherspoon#reesewitherspoonbookclub#dymocks#chadstone#fashioncapital#booklovers
Hitting Sydney up for more of this and will be signing copies of my book #nospin tmrw at #dymocks - 11am, please come down - say hi and grab an autographed copy for Christmas @PenguinBooksAus ! Glad you’re all enjoying the book - thankyou ! I think the Aussies will bounce back in Perth & level the series !