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Gentleman in Moscow
Gentleman in Moscow | Amor Towles
A New York Times bestseller The same gorgeous, layered richness that marked Towles debut, Rules of Civility, shapes [A Gentleman in Moscow] Entertainment Weekly Elegant as lavishly filigreed as a Faberge egg O, the Oprah Magazine He can t leave his hotel. You won t want to. From theNew York Timesbestselling author ofRules of Civility a transporting novel about a man who is ordered to spend the rest of his life inside a luxury hotel Towles s greatest narrative effect is not the moments of wonder and synchronicity but the generous transformation of these peripheral workers, over the course of decades, into confidants, equals and, finally, friends. With them around, a life sentence in these gilded halls might make Rostov the luckiest man in Russia. The New York Times Book Review In 1922, Count Alexander Rostov is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, and is sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol, a grand hotel across the street from the Kremlin. Rostov, an indomitable man of erudition and wit, has never worked a day in his life, and must now live in an attic room while some of the most tumultuous decades in Russian history are unfolding outside the hotel s doors. Unexpectedly, his reduced circumstances provide him entry into a much larger world of emotional discovery. Brimming with humor, a glittering cast of characters, and one beautifully rendered scene after another, this singular novel casts a spell as it relates the count s endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a man of purpose. And the intrigue! [A Gentleman in Moscow] is laced with sparkling threads (they will tie up) and tokens (they will matter): special keys, secret compartments, gold coins, vials of coveted liquid, old-fashioned pistols, duels and scars, hidden assignations (discreet and smoky), stolen passports, a ruby necklace, mysterious letters on elegant hotel stationery a luscious stage set, backdrop for a downright Casablanca-like drama. The San Francisco Chronicle"
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Catsandbooks
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📚tagged. Get a life chloe brown.
🖊Chloe Gong. John Green. Romina Garber.
📺Grey's Anatomy! The Good Place. The Great. Gossip Girl. Great British Baking Show. Gilmore Girls. Ginny & Georgia.
🎤The goo goo dolls
🎶Giants- walk the moon. Good girls go bad- cobra starship. Get lucky- daft punk.

Ik it's late but I love to play!
#manicmonday #letterG

CBee Love seeing your answers on Monday or any day! 😃 3d
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melissajayne
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📚 A Gentleman in Moscow, Girl with a Pearl Earring, The Giver, The Giver of Stars, A Great and Terrible Beauty
🖋 Joanna Goodman, Philippa Greggory, Daisy Goodwin
📺 Grey's Anatomy, Game of Thrones
🎥 The Godfather (Pts 1 & 2)
🎤 Greenday
🎶 Genie in a Bottle - Christine Aguliera, Gangnum Style - Psy, Get Back - The Beatles, Grace - U2, Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac

#manicmonday #letterg

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TheSpineView
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#ManicMinday @cbee #LetterG

📘 A Gentleman In Moscow
✒️ Neil Gaiman
🎬 Good Will Hunting
🎤 Green Day
🎶 Gold Dust Woman

Just a day late. Forgot to do this one yesterday.

CBee Another good G song from Fleetwood Mac ♥️ 4d
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Deblovestoread
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📚 tagged and The Great Believers
🖋 Yaa Gyasi
🎞 Grease 📺 Glee
🎤 Green Day
🎼 Good Times Roll (The Cars) Good Riddance (Green Day) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Elton John) Goodnight Saigon (Billy Joel‘s

#ManicMonday #LetterG

RaeLovesToRead 🎶 It's something unpredictable, that in the end is right.. I hope you have the time of your life 🎶 😭😭 5d
CBee Good choices 😊😊 5d
RamsFan1963 Goodnight Saigon is one of my favorite Billy Joel songs 5d
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annahenke
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#superseptember day 1 @Andrew65

Finished:
📚Thirsty by Mia Hopkins

In Progress:
📖 A Gentleman in Moscow p. 165
📖 Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown 15%
🎧 The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion 26%

Good progress!

Andrew65 A good start 👏👏👏 7d
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jenniferw88
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I can see why this is so many people's favourite - it's become one of mine too!

#booked2022 #setinahotel @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage

Cinfhen Yay!!! Loved this book ♥️so happy you loved it too!!! 2w
BarbaraBB The best book for this prompt! Happy you loved it! 2w
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xicanti
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August stats! I didn‘t find any 5-star reads last month, but I loved the hell out of both the tagged book and ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS by Francesca Zappa.

The $2 Sweet Valley High omnibus accounts for 12 of the 15 books I bought. It‘s been fun so far, as a cultural artifact if nothing else.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome 👏🏻 3w
ImperfectCJ Someone just recommended A Gentleman in Moscow to me this weekend. I think two mentions in a week is a sign that I should pick it up! 3w
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Karisimo
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A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker

#littenswanttoknow
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love the first two!! 3w
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Tonton

Book to screen news: Kenneth Branagh replaced by Ewan McGregor as Alexander Rostov in Showtime‘s adaptation Scheduled to air in 2023.

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andrew61
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This is IRL bk grp choice + I'm not sure I wd have read this otherwise so really pleased as it was a joy to immerse myself in Count Rostov's forced occupation of the Moscow metropole Hotel from 1922 to 1954. The story is gentle and the bk long but I was never bored as he meets so many different characters. I just wished I'd known what happened to nina. Perfect for;
#booked2022 #setinahotel @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage

Cinfhen Such a gorgeous review!! I loved this book too!! So glad you picked it up 😄 1mo
kspenmoll I adored this book! Nice review! 1mo
Aims42 Great review!! I love revisiting this book 🥰 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Loved this one!! 1mo
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Scochrane26
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Someone may have already posted this, but I just saw it. I got to see McGregor very briefly in May at Star Wars Celebration. I didn‘t know there was a plan for a show, so I‘m excited about that & the casting. So many of us love this book!

CBee Well, this just bumped it up on my list! I love Ewan McGregor 🥰 1mo
Soubhiville I did love this book. I hope the adaptation does it justice. 🙂 1mo
Kimberlone OMGGGGGGG! 1mo
mcctrish Oh I hope this adaptation works too ❤️ 1mo
Scochrane26 @Soubhiville @mcctrish I hope they do it justice, too. It sounds promising that it‘s a show & not a movie. 1mo
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Karisimo
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Is anyone else super excited about this???!!!

https://amzn.to/3PKfftX

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Aims42
Gentleman in Moscow | Amor Towles
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#LetterG goes to The Count in “A Gentleman in Moscow”
#LetterH goes to all the wonderful and amazing characters in “The House in the Cerulean Sea”
#LetterI goes to “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue”

#AlphabetGame

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Cerulean Sea is one of my favorites 🌊 💙 2mo
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kspenmoll
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#alphabetgame #LetterG #LetterH

A Gentleman in Moscow I read with my bookclub- everyone loved it. House of Gold was a buddy read with Litsy- For the most part,I enjoyed it.

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Deblovestoread
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Going to mix it up a bit. Tagged is one of my air time favorites. A G book I hated was Gone Girl….I know it is a very unpopular opinion🤷🏻‍♀️ and on my TBR is Great Circle.

#AlphabetGame

Tagging anyone who wants to play

Susanita I didn‘t really like GG either. 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing! 2mo
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TheSpineView
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#AlphabetGame @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
#LetterG

Hands down my favorite "G" book is A Gentleman in Moscow.

Want to play? @wanderinglynn @Tera66 @fredamans @bthegood

wanderinglynn Thanks for the tag! 😀 2mo
erzascarletbookgasm I loved this book too 👌 2mo
fredamans Thanks for the tag! 2mo
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ChaoticMissAdventures One of my favorites 💓 2mo
TheSpineView @wanderinglynn You're welcome! 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks The Count ❤️🖤 2mo
bthegood thanks for the tag - 2mo
TheSpineView @bthegood You're welcome! 2mo
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Andrew65
A Gentleman in Moscow | Amor Towles
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#TheAlphabetGame #LetterG

The letter G has to be for Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov and the brilliant A Gentleman in Moscow.

@AlwaysBeenALoverOfbooks @allylu @CBee @Crazeedi @Caitz @Pageshifter

Bren912 I Loved The Gentleman!! 2mo
erzascarletbookgasm One of my favourites too👌 2mo
CBee Must get to this soon! 2mo
kspenmoll My puck for “G” too. What a wonderful book! 2mo
Andrew65 @CBee You will love it. 1mo
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Blueberry
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NataliePatalie Ok your letter was too easy lol 2mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#Includesamap
#ArtfulAugust

🗺📚❤️🖤

I love the Count!!

TheSpineView Agree!❤️ 2mo
Eggs Such a great book 💗💗💗 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs yes!! 🖤❤️ 2mo
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DisneyFan
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#bookspinbingo
July 2022

Unbelievably good. Savored the writing. I can‘t believe I put this off for so long because so many people said it was slow and difficult to read. It was neither. I‘d say it was brilliant. I think I will be re-reading this more than once.

JackOBotts This is one of my favorites! Glad to see you enjoyed! 💜 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
TheSpineView I have read it 3 times and loved it each time! 2mo
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DLQBOOKNERD I started this and couldn't get into. I'll have to try again. 2mo
DisneyFan @JackOBotts Yes, it is definitely a favorite for me too. I was thrilled that due to the alphabetical order of the authors last names, this book was placed next to Tolkien. Very appropriate and deserving of that spot ! 2mo
DisneyFan @TheAromaofBooks So if I finish Nomadland, which I started, would that mean I get a bingo because of the free spaces? 2mo
DisneyFan @TheSpineView Yes! I never write in books but will pick up some post it notes and post it arrow things from Target so that I can reread soon and mark some of the incredible passages to easily find in future. I love reading actual books but kindles are great for this feature. 2mo
DisneyFan @DLQBOOKNERD Yes, this sat on my shelf for years because I was intimidated by all the people who said it was difficult. Please do try it again and put yourself in the right frame of mind. No distractions, maybe burn a scented candle . Read it slow. It will draw you in like quicksand, slow at first, then really fast at the end. 2mo
TheRiehlDeal @DLQBOOKNERD Same with me. I read the first few pages and couldn‘t get into it. I hear a lot of good things about this book though! 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Technically you would have to read the books that are marked by the free spaces, as they are free in the sense of whatever-book-you-want rather than you-don't-have-to-read-a-book haha but since I'm pretty flexible, I say take your wins where you can get them!! 😂 2mo
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Pickpick

I‘ve been enjoying reading books that come highly recommended but about which I know nothing. This book was not at all what I expected it to be, but it was completely delightful, touching, witty, and wonderful.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I love the Count ❤️🖤 4mo
TheSpineView Loved this book! 4mo
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TheSpineView
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Eggs Perfect 😍 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love the Count 🖤❤️ 4mo
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terryduncan5719
A Gentleman in Moscow | Amor Towles
Pickpick

Tis book was outstanding! Some people have told me the beginning was slow, but I was intrigued from the beginning. The writing! It read like a classic novel. The author's word choices were outstanding. The character development was excellent. I honestly cannot describe how much I enjoyed this book. I recommend it strongly!

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Mehso-so

This was a slow build story, filled with the many little adventures of the lifetime resident of the Metropol Hotel. The stories were feel good and whimsical. I found myself getting frustrated, as it felt like the story wasn't really going anywhere. It picked up right when I was about to give up on it. Overall, it was a feel good story with some plot twists thrown in!

terryduncan5719 I agree the beginning was a bit slow, but the writing was so good. Didn't you think the way the plot twist led to the ending was outstanding? 4mo
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starlight97
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"As it turns out, one can revisit the past quite pleasantly, as long as one does so expecting nearly every aspect of it to have changed."

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Dcueto
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Readergrrl I don‘t know where you are, but I want to be there too. I missed my trip to the beach this year! 5mo
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282Mikado
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⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐+ It has been a long time since I have been able to place a contemporary writer amongst my favorites. Amor Towles has that distinction. There was not a page of this book I did not enjoy. I cannot wait to read another, and I will likely read this again.

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I am at a loss of words. This book was well beyond my expectations. It was funny. It was sad. A reminder of how we can either overcome our circumstances or be overcome by them. Count Rostov is by far one of the most wonderful characters I've had the joy of meeting in all my years of reading. This book is more than worthy of your time. I'll definitely re-read this. #doublespin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 7mo
Bigwig This novel was terrific, one of my favorite reads in recent years. 7mo
terryduncan5719 It made me think of the classics. Reminded me how much I l39ved them 4mo
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Marialou
Pickpick

This is a fascinating and lovely book. It‘s a quiet book; telling years of modern Russian history through the lens of a single man imprisoned in a hotel. It‘s full of cultural and political history but really it‘s about the life of a man; about his day to day existence, the things he witnesses, what he loves and what he hopes for. It‘s a very lush book too with gorgeous and evocative description.

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Messiejessie
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Great finish to this book! Although it did take me some time to get into the swing of it. That‘s no fault of the book, it‘s just been a busy month for me.
This book and it‘s prose is elegant, refined, witty and interesting - much like the gentleman it refers to.

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282Mikado
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Amor Towles has a definite understanding of the human nature, regardless its situation. I actually laughed out loud at the referenced quote. True Bolshevik.

BookDadGirlDad I just read that section this week! Loving this book! 7mo
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BookDadGirlDad
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Started my #doublespin for February. Let's see if it meets the hype.

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IuliaC
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I understand the TV series is coming up soon!

The writing is so elegant, the setting so atmospheric. In 1922 Count Rostov is sentenced to house arrest in Metropol, the most luxurious hotel of Moscow, where he lived. We witness 32 years of Russia‘s tumultuous, painful and tremendous history experienced by a man who refused to let himself defeated by harsh and inevitable changes, and whose education and humanity proved to be priceless in any era.

Gissy So pretty that edition 😍 7mo
IuliaC @Gissy I like the other one too 👍 7mo
janeycanuck I didn‘t know this was going to be made into a tv show! I‘ll have to pay attention for it. 7mo
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annahenke Oh love your review - I didn‘t know about the show! exciting! 7mo
IuliaC @annahenke thank you 🤗 7mo
cdcnmac Loved this book, didn‘t know about the show- Thank you for posting this! 7mo
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annahenke
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Starting this one for the #readathon. A gift from my mom for my birthday last month. I‘ve been reading a lot of romance and sci fi so excited to dive back into historical fiction with this novel!

IuliaC Currently reading the same one 😊 7mo
annahenke @IuliaC nice!! Let me know what you think - I‘m definitely liking it so far! 7mo
IuliaC @annahenke I've read about two thirds this week and I am really enjoying it! It started a bit slow but after a few chapters I felt absorbed by the story and now I just can't put it down! 7mo
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annahenke @IuliaC nice! I‘m about 100 pages in and really enjoying the writing style. 7mo
Andrew65 Love this book! 7mo
Sherlockmarie Awesome, good to hear you like it so far. This was the pick for my book club for February. I‘m patiently waiting for my copy to become available from the library. I can‘t wait to start. 7mo
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IuliaC
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"By their very nature, human beings are so capricious, so complex, so delightfully contradictory, that they deserve not only our consideration, but our reconsideration—and our unwavering determination to withhold our opinion until we have engaged with them in every possible setting at every possible hour."

batsy 😻😻 7mo
IuliaC @batsy 😺😽 7mo
AmyG ❤️ 7mo
Gissy 😻❤️❤️❤️ 7mo
SRWCF What a gorgeous 🐈! 7mo
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annahenke
A Gentleman in Moscow | Amor Towles
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#wondrouswednesday

1. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles - birthday gift from my mom

2. Go Tell The Bees That I Am Gone by Diana Gabaldon - Christmas gift for mom

3. Favorite love story: The Rosie Project ❤️

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IzzyLikeASundayMorning
Pickpick

This book took me a couple of chapters to really get into it, but I was whole-heartedly in love with it by the end. It‘s elegant,thoughtful, and witty in a way that I did not expect. All of the characters were vivid and the story was lively. 5/5⭐️

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BookDadGirlDad
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It has been a while since we have visited our favorite flea market #usedbookstore. I found 2 for my #tbr. The tagged and Moon Shot. I really need to start The land of Stories series. Lois Lowry is a big yes for us. Felt good to go out and just be in the bookstore.

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LeslieO
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First book of the year and once again I‘m pretty sure it will be my favorite of the year. (Happened last year, too with Leave the World Behind) In fact this one is going on the FAVORITES OF ALL TIME list! What a book. I hated for it to end, as evidenced by the 10 days it took me to complete it.

Special thank you to @TheSpineView who sent this book to me in a special Litsy swap package.

Suzze One of my all time favorites also. I rarely keep books, but I treasure this one. 8mo
MaureenMc It is a wonderful book. 🥰 8mo
DivineDiana It is a personal favorite! He signed my copy when I attended an author event. He could easily have passed as the Count! ❤️ 8mo
EvieBee It‘s great to start the year off with a bang! I started this year reading his first book RULES OF CIVILITY. So good! I loved A Gentleman… (edited) 8mo
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“It is the business of the times to change, Mr. Halecki. And it is the business of gentlemen to change with them.”
“Fate would not have the reputation it has if it simply did what it seemed it would do.”
“I suppose a room is the summation of all that has happened inside it.”
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#CurrentlyReading #Bookstagram #Fiction #AGentlemanInMoscow #AmorTowles #FiveStars

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Karons1
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January bookclub read and what a treasure this book is only 105 pages in and so many favourite passages already ! Happy 😃 new year folks

Mrs_B Welcome to Litsy!!!! Hope you love it here! :) 8mo
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IndoorDame
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What books do you recommend the most?

Mine are:
✨The tagged book. It‘s probably my favorite book!
✨The Calculating Stars
✨Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk
✨Good and Mad
✨The Handmaid‘s Tale
✨The Night Circus
✨Educated
✨Daisy Jones and The Six
✨The Sun Down Motel
✨The Island of Sea Women

#SundaySoapBox @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Can you play? @andrew61 @Bookworm54 @Reggie @catebutler @LokiDokey

megnews I recommend Lillian Boxfish a lot too. 9mo
wanderinglynn Ooh yes, The Night Circus! 9mo
IndoorDame @megnews she reminds me of my grandmother so I fell in love with her character straight away 9mo
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IndoorDame @wanderinglynn it‘s so magical! That‘s totally one of those books I want a pass to visit 9mo
ElizaMarie Ooo I am reading the Sun Down Motel right now and I am really digging it! 9mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Lots of great ones!! 8mo
marleed Great list! I have 2 copies of Lilian Boxfish and love the covers on both so have to keep them. Good thing I give it 5 brilliant stars! 8mo
IndoorDame @marleed cover art is super important to me too! 8mo
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This was my husband‘s choice for a couple read, but I got obsessed and finished before him. I really enjoyed how Towles incorporated Russian history around the Count‘s story. I definitely will read Rules of Civility by Towles next, which is on my Kindle.📚📖

Aims42 If you haven‘t read “The Lincoln Highway”, I definitely recommend it 👍 Amor Towles has such a wonderful writing style 9mo
Bknrdadventures @Aims42 I‘ll have to check that one out too. I saw that it‘s the newest book by this author! Thanks for the rec! (edited) 9mo
Aims42 @Bknrdadventures You‘re welcome!! 😊 I loved “A Gentleman of Moscow” so much and I was thrilled “Lincoln Highway” was one of my favorite books this year! 9mo
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I have read this somewhere.....an unshakeable thought throughout my reading experience of Amor Towles' A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW. That "somewhere" being a style of prose attempting to evoke Ishiguro. Now....that doesn't mean I dislike the book.... I'd rather say...... I'm underwhelmed. Because, the book itself is alright, in fact, more than alright. (Continued in the comments)

nathandrake1997 ....There are moments when it is almost good. But.... that's the problem.....Towles settles for "almost good" a bit too comfortably.... 9mo
nathandrake1997 ....Throughout the book, I couldn't let go of the thought of how someone like Ishiguro would have told a story like this. His formal brilliance in rendering depth to subtlety was something that felt sorely missing in Towles' prose. 9mo
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For eventually, We come to hold our dearest possessions more closely than we hold our friends. We carry them from place to place, often at considerable expense and inconvenience; we dust and polish their surfaces and reprimand children for playing too roughly in their vicinity-all the while, allowing memories to invest them with greater and greater importance.

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LeslieO
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Finally starting the tagged book today. I can‘t wait. The Hopefuls was good. I love behind the scenes politics stuff, even fictional. #TBR #FirstBookof2022 #lastfirst @BookNAround

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staci.reads
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Ok, this was not easy to narrow down - I read some stellar books this year! Here are my #Top21of21, although there are quite a few others that could be on this list as well. It's been a great reading year, and yesterday, I read my 90th book, which makes it my biggest reading year ever. @Cinfhen
Thanks for the tags @Liz_M @Nute and @Graywacke

RebL The books I‘ve read on your list, I agree are some good books! 9mo
Graywacke Great list. I loved Shadow of the Wind. 9mo
Cinfhen I love the graphics and I‘m excited for all the books you shared!! Some I‘ve read and totally agree, others I‘m excited to read in 2022! Thanks for sharing ♥️ 9mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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#12Booksof2021 #6thBookof2021 #June This was a really good book! @Andrew65

Andrew65 A real favourite of mine. 9mo
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HeathHof
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This was my favorite read in March of 2021
#12booksof2021
@Andrew65

EvieBee It‘s a good one! 9mo
Louise This was so good! Looking forward to reading his latest release! (edited) 9mo
DivineDiana A favorite! Agree with @Louise! 9mo
JackOBotts Loved this so much! 9mo
Andrew65 Very much a favourite of mine. 9mo
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