What is the last book you read, and your rating?

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Re: What is the last book you read, and your rating?

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The last book I read is The Story of O by Pauline Reage/ Anne Desclos.
Different from the other books of its type on the basis of its utter submission in its main character. The love of secrecy, silence ( unless brought to screams) and obedience.
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The last book I read was A COURT OF FROST AND STARLIGHT by Sarah J Maas. I would give it a 3 out of 5 stars. It wasn't necessarily a bad book. It was just a disappointing read and it failed in comparison to the three previous installations of the series. Maybe it was the lack of drama or maybe it was because I started with too many expectations, I did not enjoy it as much as I did the previous ones.
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The last book I read was 'The MISOGI Method: The Way To Achieve Lasting Happiness And Success' by Jody B. Miller. I rated it 4 stars – a great read. It's one of those self-help books that turn you inside out, forcing you to rethink your life up to this point and giving you that kick in the behind to get moving.
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The last book I read was, “The Invisible Lofe of Addie LaRue. I got it 3.5/5. It was a nice story that I would recommend others to read but probably will not read again.
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The book "Women" by Boyle, T.C. is the last book i read this month. This is an intriguing book revolving around a talented renowned American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was involved with four different women and its interesting how he proceeds from one relationship to another, discarding the old and moving on with his new catch. The book gives an account of Wright's life through his relationship with four women: Kitty, the mother of his children, Miriam, a morphine addict, Olgivanna, a young dancer, and Mamah, who died in a massacre in his palatial home at Taliesin.
I believe the moral of the story is that sometimes hurting the feelings of people who love you, because you have power and wealth, comes with its dire consequences. In the end, Wright lost everything because he was insensitive, selfish, and ambitious.
I give this book a 4 star rating in the genre of fictional accounts based on real life stories.
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The last book I read was "The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher which I rated 4/5 stars.
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Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius - This classic work of Stoic philosophy offers timeless wisdom on how to live a good life and find inner peace.
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I just finished Catch a falling star and I rated it 5 out of 5 stars. An amazing book
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