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Lake House
Lake House | Kate Morton
One of "People" magazine s Best Books of Fall Morton's moody, suspenseful latest is the perfect page-turner for a chilly night. From the "New York Times" and internationally bestselling author of "The Secret Keeper" and "The Distant Hours," an intricately plotted, spellbinding new novel of heartstopping suspense and uncovered secrets. Living on her family s idyllic lakeside estate in Cornwall, England, Alice Edevane is a bright, inquisitive, innocent, and precociously talented sixteen-year-old who loves to write stories. But the mysteries she pens are no match for the one her family is about to endure One midsummer s eve, after a beautiful party drawing hundreds of guests to the estate has ended, the Edevanes discover that their youngest child, eleven-month-old Theo, has vanished without a trace. What follows is a tragedy that tears the family apart in ways they never imagined. Decades later, Alice is living in London, having enjoyed a long successful career as an author. Theo s case has never been solved, though Alice still harbors a suspicion as to the culprit. Miles away, Sadie Sparrow, a young detective in the London police force, is staying at her grandfather s house in Cornwall. While out walking one day, she stumbles upon the old estate now crumbling and covered with vines, clearly abandoned long ago. Her curiosity is sparked, setting off a series of events that will bring her and Alice together and reveal shocking truths about a past long gone...yet more present than ever. A lush, atmospheric tale of intertwined destinies, this latest novel from a masterful storyteller is an enthralling, thoroughly satisfying read."
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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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https://bit.ly/38ElFFU

Not that bad.

Thanks for flushing this into my feed, @JacqMac ‼️ I was surprised how much I have already read in my life. There are quite a few titles on the list that I plan to read but since I very much rely on my local libraries I have to have a lot of staying power concerning the brand-new and hyped ones. Also some of the children‘s classics I grew up with are missing, surely due to cultural differences. 🤷🏽‍♀️

JacqMac 👏 Good job! A lot of them are still on my TBR, too. It‘s a good list. 2d
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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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#ThursdaySurvey @laurenslibrary

1.) I take whatever format the book is in. But if I may choose, I take e-books for chunksters because that‘s more handy.

2.) Library, definitely‼️ ➕ those the in-laws give me when they are through.

3.) Yeah, I often listen to audiobooks in my car or when I‘m doing chores. Or when I too exhausted to read a physical book.

4.) Via my online library‘s app.

5.) Tagged. Kate Morton‘s “The Lake House”.

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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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I also like the cover in black and white.

Alternating timelines are quite common in Kate Morton‘s books. In here, the plot seems to jump back between 1933 and 2003.

And as often with Kate Morton‘s tales I seem to need a while until I become comfortable with the plot of the past. Right from the beginning of the third chapter I like Sadie much better than I did like Alice before.

The first chapter leaves you guessing who‘s acting.
Perfect start!

GondorGirl It took me a minute to figure which book you were reading, but once I did I can't help but agree. Kate Morton's books take a minute to get into because of the different perspectives, but always end up loving the story. She's an insta-buy author for me, because her books always surprise me. 4d
Buechersuechtling @GondorGirl Wow‼️ Really good how fast you found out which book I am talking about. 🙌🏼 I‘m sure you correctly identified it as 4d
Buechersuechtling @GondorGirl I really loved “The forgotten Garden” whereas “The Secret Keeper” was just an okay read for me. Not bad but also not outstanding. I think I just went in with too high expectations. 4d
GondorGirl @Buechersuechtling I'm a huge Kate Morton fan! I've read all of her books multiple times. 🧡 4d
GondorGirl @Buechersuechtling Forgotten Garden is my very favorite of hers! 4d
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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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@ljuliel asked.
Here is part 2️⃣ of my answers. 👇🏼

How long could you go without reading?

Judged objectively quite a while; a week or so. But subjectively I feel cheated for my evening time if I don‘t have at least some minutes with my (audio)book‼️

ljuliel I need to have something to read close at hand. I try to read every day , and do unless I become bogged down with daily worries. I try to read a lot to train my brain to go in a different direction rather than worrying about things I have no control over. 4d
Buechersuechtling @ljuliel I know so well what you mean. Especially audiobooks have become a helpful antidote when I‘m lying in bed tiredly but realise that my head runs in circles round tasks, duties and to-dos at the office. 🙄 4d
ljuliel Yep. Same with me. Audiobooks run all night long. I have to tag them when I go to bed because I need to rewind back to where I stopped last. They help to make me think about other stuff. 4d
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Buechersuechtling @ljuliel Great minds think alike. 😄 Same here. I always set a sleep timer and when I set a too long duration I can be sure that the next day I need to rewind about 2/3 of the time it has played to find the last words I remember from the night before. 4d
ljuliel We are lucky to live in a time where audiobooks are available. 💕 4d
Buechersuechtling @ljuliel Might sound silly but that‘s a good point. 👍🏼 I hope I remember it for the next time when somebody asks me what I am thankful for. Although, this is a tricky question. Seems so simple, but once you start pondering, so many things come to your mind – at least to mine. 4d
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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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“Sing, Unburied, sing” was quite strong, profound stuff and I felt like I need and/or am now “entitled” 😉 to turn to a more light read .

This Kate Morton now sits quite a while on my online library‘s wish list but every time I wanted to check it out, someone else had already been faster. So after I saw this morning that it is available I felt lucky 🍀 and quickly snatched it home with me. 😃

Bklover What a beautiful cover! 4d
Buechersuechtling @Bklover Nice, isn‘t it? Also makes it easy to guess the book‘s English title: “The Lakehouse”. I must admit that “Kate Morton” in combination with that cover was enough to decide that I want to read it. I didn‘t even glance at what it‘s all about. 🤭😉 4d
Bklover Her book covers used to be pretty in the US but the most recent is not nearly as nice. This one you have is just gorgeous! 4d
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ljuliel I haven‘t read any of this author. I guess I should give her a try ! 4d
Buechersuechtling @ljuliel I very much liked (edited) 4d
Buechersuechtling @ljuliel But “The Secret Keeper” was just okay for me. Not bad but also not outstanding. I think I just went in with too high expectations. 4d
ljuliel I‘ll have to remember that and not start with the one you liked least ! 4d
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Ninja2020
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Read the book in 2 days, a real page turner. The story jumps between the 1930s and 2003, so it can be difficult to keep up. Lots of twists and cliffhangers. Great book

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Ninja2020
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I was given this as birthday present over 4 years ago. Hopefully this will be the year I finally read it.

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Heatherfeather
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I liked this! It was like a thoroughly entertaining BBC mini series with twists and surprises in every chapter. It was a satisfying onion of a story.

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keepingupwiththepenguins
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Mehso-so

I wouldn‘t say the mystery of The Lake House gripped me – I was more mildly curious about how it would turn out. I did find the big reveal to be a bit of a set-up, though, a very heavy-handed reminder that all mothers deeply, truly, no-matter-what love their children, and blood is thicker than water and all that. Still, it ties up all of the loose ends. Full review here: http://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/the-lake-house-kate-morton/ #Bestseller

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Rachel52
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I'm loving my new e-reader, I've finished two books so far. The Lake House was brilliant, I couldn't put it down and A Vintage Summer was a nice summery feel good book.

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suvata
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The Lake House was just a little bit more special to me then the other books that I read by her. I don‘t know if it‘s because I related so well to the characters or because it‘s just the kind of mystery story I like. A 70-year-old cold case about a missing child finally gets solved and what twisted loop of evidence that had to be untangled before the solution could be revealed. It had me on my toes the entire time.

SilversReviews It was very good. Recommending it to my book club. They loved THE FORGOTTEN GARDEN so they should LOVE this one too. 5mo
LauraBeth I‘ve only read one of her books - The Forgotten Garden - and keep meaning to read more by her. I‘m going to pick this up! 5mo
suvata @SilversReviews @LauraBeth I think it‘s a great choice for both of you 5mo
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TheSpineView
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚🙌🏻📚 5mo
OriginalCyn620 👌🏻📚💙 5mo
tdrosebud I really liked this book. 5mo
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TheSpineView @tdrosebud It had been on my TBR list forever! Maybe I should move or up!. 5mo
tdrosebud @TheSpineView It had a few twists to it. Everytime I thought I had something figured out, something happened to make me question my thoughts. 5mo
TheSpineView @tdrosebud Good... I like books that keep me guessing! 5mo
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inthegreensandblues
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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LaGuardia Airport, waiting to board for the flight home after working in NYC all week. It's been amazing but I cannot wait to get home! 😴💤💤💤

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nicoleyosick
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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The description Loanneth, this beautiful estate full of enchanted gardens had me enthralled from the beginning. Full of twists & mystery.

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MandellaL
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Actually finished this one a few days ago, but just getting around to posting. I really enjoyed it! I didn't figure the mystery out until almost the very end, which I appreciate. There were a lot of different emotions and complex characters, too.

SilversReviews LOVED this book...I didn‘t figure it out at all. LOL!! Thanks for commenting. 6mo
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MandellaL
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The upside to waiting rooms is time to read.

Lynnsoprano And that‘s the truth 😂 7mo
Ruthiella True! A good use of time!😀 7mo
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MandellaL
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Summer backyard reading 😎☀️

GondorGirl Ooo- I love Kate Morton! 😍 7mo
MandellaL @GondorGirl this is my first by her, but I am really enjoying it. Will likely read more! 7mo
GondorGirl @MandellaL Forgotten Garden is my favorite. 😉 7mo
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MandellaL
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Today's library pick up. Can't wait to start it!

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MaureenMc
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Morton follows her typical back-and-forth-in-time formula in this mystery surrounding the disappearance of a baby. Even though I didn‘t really like one of the main protagonists, I still couldn‘t turn the pages fast enough, and I adored many of the other characters. Also, the majority of the book takes place during the summer, & I love when my season matches that of the book I‘m reading.

Cathythoughts Lovely picture 👍🏻♥️ 7mo
RaimeyGallant That mug! :) 6mo
Centique Love the mug SO much! 😍🦉🦉🦉 6mo
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HannahPolly
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Gripping and addictive, although the ending was slightly unbelievable. But good characters and lots of twists.

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LapReader
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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I‘ve signed up for this swap. I need some fellow Aussies to sign up too. Europe is my favourite place. Present or something like the tagged book would be my favourite time wise. #staycationintimeswap

Chrissyreadit Thanks for posting! 8mo
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Llanphear
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Pickpick

I just adore this author. Her love of old houses, secrets, and gardens. ❤️ I loved the ending of this one—less grim than some of her other novels. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Buechersuechtling
Das Seehaus: Roman | Kate Morton
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Some days ago, I accidentally found this in my library and put it on my wish list. So it‘s ➕ 1️⃣ and #BookishGoal 48 again. 🤷🏽‍♀️😄

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Jas16
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Sometimes the journey is better than the destination and for me that was the case with this book. I really liked everything about it until the ending.

Djspens One of those unmemorable books. I have it in my bookcase but honestly couldn't tell you what it's about.... 11mo
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LeafingThroughLife
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When you go to the little free library to drop off (not pick up, for crying out loud) some books because you have alarmingly too many books and find the only Kate Morton you don‘t have on your shelves already (well, that wasn‘t released about a minute ago). Please note: I haven‘t read any of said Kate Morton books. Please also note: I have a PROBLEM. Will no one stop me???

BookishMarginalia Nope — 1) it‘s a good problem to have 2) most of us have it too 3) embrace it! 💜 11mo
sprainedbrain Well I‘m not going to stop you! Love Kate Morton‘s books! ❤️ 11mo
LeafingThroughLife @sprainedbrain Glad to hear from a Kate Morton fan. Here‘s hoping I‘m one, too. I seem to have a lot of her books! 🤣 11mo
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MrBook
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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Stack 1/12 for the #BlindDateWithABook Display @BookBabe and I are working on. 😁

Have you read any of these?!

#LitsyLovesLibraries #MrBooksDisplays

cobwebmoth I've read The Lake House. It was very good. 12mo
kylienoele I Am Legend and Mr. Penumbra‘s are great books! 12mo
Littlestbookshelf I loved The Lake House 12mo
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KarynGood Loved The Lake House! 12mo
wanderinglynn I did not care for I Am Legend. I enjoyed Mr. Penumbra‘s. Inferno was okay. The Plague is a classic must-read! 12mo
bookaholic1 ❤ The lake house 12mo
Susanita I really enjoyed Mr. Penumbra‘s Bookstore. 12mo
SilversReviews I LOVED The Other Typist and The Lake House...ENJOY all of your books. 12mo
BookBabe I read Penumbra and The Lake House. The former was okay, got a little weird. The latter was fabulous!! 12mo
corycatelyn Inferno 🤗 12mo
Gissy Mr. Penumbra 24 hour bookstore 12mo
Chelsey Inferno! I am an unapologetic Dan Brown lover! He writes a great thriller! I really want to read Penumbra 12mo
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tdrosebud
The Lake House | Kate Morton
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1. Ohio
2. Susannah Kearsley
3. In the hundreds
4. Bed
5. Tagged

#littenintro @tessavi

Littlestbookshelf Oh my I love Susanna Kearsley! And I absolutely love the tagged book. 2 of my favorite authors. 13mo
tessavi Thank you for posting 🙌 13mo
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Suelizbeth
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I love Kate Morton novels and this one has the added benefit of incorporating a mystery. My only criticism is that it goes on longer than feels necessary and the ending is just a little too pat. Given all of that, I love the writing and the characters and the setting. I like the back and forth between the 1930s and the early 2000s. This is a captivating read. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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LoverofLit
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My first of hers and I had a tough time deciding whether I liked it or not. It hit all the right notes of historical fiction, mystery, multiple POVs, and likeable characters. But it was about 150 pages longer than it needed to be, by the end I was just sad and ready for it to end, and all the loose ends conveniently tied up a little too neatly for me. I loved her writing overall and will definitely try another of hers in the future. 3.5 out of 5!

Slajaunie Don‘t judge her books on this one. I loved her other books but this one was just meh. 1y
LoverofLit @Slajaunie She still struck me as a writer I would like. I'm also very end-of-year reading slumpish right now so I'm gonna definitely her again! 1y
Slajaunie Good! 1y
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LoverofLit
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Finishing this beauty this evening. It has taken me a bit longer to get through than expected even though I'm thoroughly enjoying my first foray into her writing. I think I'm just feeling a bit slumpy right now. TGIF guys!

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LoverofLit
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Classes are officially over. I have a couple of hours to kill before I head to the airport so I'm soaking up the sunshine and 80 degree weather before heading home to gray, snowy Kansas City.

LiteraryinLititz Congrats on finishing classes! 1y
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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I loved it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I have to admit, in the first few pages I wondered what I had gotten myself into... The writing didn't seem like my thing. But of course she drew me in soon enough and I loved every minute after that!

MommyWantsToReadHerBook Can someone tell me what genre this is though? 😂😂 1y
SilversReviews This was very good. 1y
SilversReviews @MommyWantsToReadHerBook A bit of mystery and women‘s fiction?? 1y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @SilversReviews ah women's fiction, that helps! 1y
SilversReviews @MommyWantsToReadHerBook I would consider it women‘s fiction. 1y
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LoverofLit
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Before tonight I have never ordered room service, with the exception of my honeymoon as a splurge with my husband. But when you're on conference away from your tiny humans, you treat yoself! Thanks @sammisho for encouraging me to GET THE CHEESCAKE! 😘😘

sammisho Yaaaaaassss! You deserve it! Enjoy! ❤❤❤ 1y
AmyG Yum. I love cheesecake. 1y
monalyisha It looks so good! 😍🤤 1y
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LoverofLit
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Because when you're on a business conference, after a long day of classes, you lay in bed with Italian, wine, and a good book.

Nute The evening looks nice! 1y
RadicalReader @LoverofLit nothing more nostalgic than incredible Italian food 1y
LoverofLit @Nute It is! Very recharging 😊 1y
LoverofLit @RadicalReader It is one of my comforts 🍝 ❤ 1y
Samplergal Looks perfect. 1y
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LoverofLit
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In Orlando on a yearly conference and just found out classes don't start for another hour so I'm going to crack into my first Kate Morton while eating my breakfast!

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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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I'm enjoying this book so far but Kate Morton doesn't seem to know a lot about breastfed babies... First this bit I read last night, where it's a miracle Eleanor didn't die as an infant, and now a few pages on where an 11-month-old has apparently been weaned off the breast but not onto anything else and isn't ravenously hungry first thing in the morning?

MommyWantsToReadHerBook Oh and he also doesn't need a nappy change! 1y
Clare-Dragonfly I‘ve heard of people in more ignorant times feeding babies sweetened condensed milk, but not straight cow‘s milk! 1y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @Clare-Dragonfly I've definitely heard about it before, but in the context of orphan babies before there was formula. A baby simply won't thrive on it. 1y
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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Ugh, my eldest daughter's ballet concert is an introvert's nightmare.

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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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A little bit of reading, and coffee! Had a horrible night with my youngest and anxiously waiting for news on my twin sister who was in early labour last night - nobody's answering my texts!

laurenbescoby Hope everyone is well! Xx 1y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @miralunasbooknook finally got a reply slightly later! Baby was born at 6:45, all well! My labour with my natural birth was soooooo long and my sister's pretty short - not fair! 😊 1y
BarbaraJean Wait—I hadn‘t known Jac was expecting—that‘s wonderful!! Please send them my congratulations!!! 1y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @BarbaraJean will do! Baby had to go to NICU yesterday 😢 but hopefully not for too long 1y
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
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Decided to get my first Kate Morton from the library. I'm pretty much forcing myself to read my other print book... Hoping I enjoy this one!

ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled You can‘t go wrong with Kate Morton! 👍 1y
BridgetteM This is a great book! Hope you enjoy it! 1y
Slajaunie Hope you like it. Love Kate Morton myself! 1y
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Reecaspieces Love this book 1y
LoverofLit I just picked this one up at Half Price Books a few weeks back and it's on my TBR for next month. I'm curious to see what you think! 1y
MommyWantsToReadHerBook @LoverofLit I had never even heard of Kate Morton before Litsy so kind of feel like I've been living under a rock! Really hoping I find in her a new author to love. 1y
LoverofLit @MommyWantsToReadHerBook I haven't ever read her either and also #blameitonlitsy 😅 1y
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HeatherBlue
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Finally starting this beauty. I have a thing with Kate Morton where I can‘t read her most recent book until a new one comes out. I always have to have a book of hers in my TBR. 🤷🏻‍♀️

PenguinInFlight I LOVE her books! 🤗❤️ 1y
Jess7 🤗🤗🤗🤗 1y
MayJasper I like your thing. 1y
SilversReviews Loved it!! 1y
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tdrosebud
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1. The Lake House
2. C. S. Lewis
3. Land Before Time
4. Lemon desserts
#manicmonday #letterL @JoScho

JoScho Thanks for playing 💜 1y
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Slajaunie
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I really enjoyed this tale of a missing child. Kate Morton is a favorite of mine. I had several theories throughout the book but was wrong each time. I loved the way it wrapped up.

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Meglet
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This is the kind of mystery I love. Fantastic setting and character descriptions - I felt immersed. I avoid suspense because I dislike gore and cruelty, so this, lacking both, satisfied me. Just the right level of mystery, suspense, and frustrating, disagreeable, but still empathetic characters for me. I will go back for more of Morton‘s work.

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Slajaunie
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1. My reading buddies
2. Duran Duran, at least 5 years ago
3. Interrupting people during conversation
4. Nothing right now
5. Just started the tagged book.
#HumptyDayPost
@MinDea

This is now the daily post I do. I‘m swamped and stressed with life and the others require way too much thought.

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Crystal_Storms
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Four books I'm currently reading:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
“The Lake House" is from the #mmdreadingchallenge2018 #lovedit #bestending
I read one of the 55 "Writing Tools" most every night and one of of the "Secrets of the Secret Place" every week.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And "Writing Picture Books" is a dream of mine. ?

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ferskner
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Really, this was too long, but I will always happily go on whatever Gothic-tinged family-secret-filled trip that Kate Morton takes me on. (But srsly did we need the Sadie backstory?)

#idratherbereading #morethan500pages

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BucklingBookshelves
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When your birthday card from your aunt has a note in it about the book you recommended and lent her 🙌

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LapReader
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Little late with this but it‘s amazing what you can get done when you are home from school for 2 days with conjunctivitis! #makemereadit. Theses are all books friends have loaned me that are way passed their due by date. Help me return them to their rightful owners.

Soubhiville You want votes? This one is well written and I love the main character, but emotionally really tough to read. If you know what you‘re getting into and still want to read it, 1y
LeeRHarry No brainer 😏 1y
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pgh.femme
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A solid three stars. A good summer read that holds your interest without taxing your heart or your brain. I never try to solve a mystery or plot line. I‘m much more interested in going on the ride an author wants me to take. However, at 80% of the way through this I‘d figured out the upcoming plot twist and outcome. Weird.

Prairiegirl_reading I also don‘t try to figure it out. I can‘t stand it when I do figure it in advance. 1y
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