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The Girl With All The Gifts
The Girl With All The Gifts | M. R. Carey
NOT EVERY GIFT IS A BLESSINGEvery morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class.When they come for her, Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don't like her. She jokes that she won't bite. But they don't laugh.Melanie is a very special girl. Emotionally charged and gripping from beginning to end, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS is the most powerful and affecting thriller you will read this year.'Original, thrilling and powerful' - GUARDIAN'Haunting, heartbreaking' - VOGUE'A great read that takes hold of you and doesn ?t let go' - John Ajvide Lindqvist, author of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN'Scary, tense and fast-paced . . . but with a heart-warming tenderness' - MARIE CLAIRE
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TheEllieMo
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It‘s been a while since I read this, but as I recall, one of the main characters, Melanie, is the girl of the title. I really enjoyed this one, not sure what genre it comes under but I think of it as “intelligent zombie” 🤷‍♀️

#ChildMCs #NamasteNovember @Eggs

Eggs Great choice 👏🏻👏🏻 4d
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bookaholic1
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this book. The characters are enjoyable and easy to like except Dr. Cardwell of coarse, lol

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Reading-in-LallahLand
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Mehso-so

⭐⭐⭐
A good post apocalyptic story starring a child heroine! I really enjoyed this character and her intelligence.
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#mrcarey #thegirlwithallthegifts #bookstagram #bookreview #3star #lallahbookreview #readinginlallahland

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Shakespearience
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Mehso-so

This was an interesting take on the typical zombie apocalypse—definitely not an ending I saw coming but plays well in terms of how nature really works. It was okay, but I probably won‘t be looking for the sequel...
Monsters and blood put this on theme, 3 points #TeamStoker #Scarathlon. And at 403 pages I can mark another entry for #ScaryScavengerHunt

Jesstifies The ending surprised me too! 1mo
TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 1mo
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Exbrarian
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Pickpick

One of the better zombie books out there. I also watched the movie. No surprise that the book is better. The film retained most of the flavor or the book, but none of the richness. Like fat-free dairy.

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catie_a_n
Pickpick

This book is AMAZING. I wasn‘t sure about it at first just because zombie apocalypses are kinda cliche, but I stuck with it and I‘m glad I did. The ending couldn‘t have been more perfect.

QuoteQueen Loved that book! (And I hate zombies they totally freak me out.) 1mo
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LeticiaToraci
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Pickpick

This was eerie, surprising and well-written, with great character voices.

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PagesByTheWater
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Haven‘t got to do a little reading date for myself in quite some time. And this book is bringing back my hunger for books that I lost sometime at the start of summer. It‘s supposed to be #backtohogwarts for me but I‘m running late to school if you know what I mean.
#assignedreading #schoolwork #bookgrubs

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TheEllieMo
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A few of the #YellowBooks in my collection.

#AugustABC @Eggs

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Isy
Pickpick

At first I wasn't sure about this one, it seemed a little reminiscent of a certain tv series in places but as it developed it brought something new to a approach to a well explored storyline. Worth a read.

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Lizpixie
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I‘m pretty sure this was my first ever #bookhaul picture in June 2016! I‘m definitely an #OGLitten I‘ve read 3 of these, the rest are still patiently waiting in my #TBRStacksOfDoom I really need to get to them soon. #bookhaulchallenge

Lcsmcat 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 3mo
TrishB 50 %, think that‘s a good average! 3mo
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rretzler
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Pickpick

I thought this was an interesting take on a perhaps not so new sci-fi idea. I liked Melanie, the “gifted” girl and I found the philosophical question of the lengths one might go to in order to save the world interesting. However, I think there were a few logic errors when it came to the science of how the fungus worked which ultimately kept the book from being being a great read for me. Suspenseful in places but dragged a bit in others. 4⭐️ #2019

MySharonaK I agree with everything you wrote 🌸 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Same! I keep meaning to reread this one and then read The Boy on the Bridge, but I just haven't gotten to it! 4mo
rretzler @MySharonaK @TheAromaofBooks Glad to know I‘m not alone! I also have The Boy on the Bridge but I won‘t be in any big hurry to read it 4mo
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La_Cori
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💛 It's kind of 50 shades of #yellow on my shelves.. 💛
I never noticed i've got so many yellow books and spines!!
#colormepretty @Sweetkokoro

Sace 💛💛💛💛 4mo
JennyM Pretty 💛 4mo
BooknerdsLife Aww so pretty 💛 4mo
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DHill
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This is one of my favorite books, so I had high hopes for the film adaptation. Sadly, I thought it was one of the worst adaptations I‘d ever seen. Now I‘m going to have to read this again to wipe all traces of the film from my mind.

litenthusiast I hate when that happens especially when it is a book you really love. 4mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Agreed. That movie could of been amazing, but it was awful. 4mo
Clutterbucks_Queen I watched the film first but read the book twice after because of how good it was in comparison! If yhe film had half the detail in it that the book had then it would have been awesome! 4mo
Addison_Reads I wasn't a fan of this movie either, but the book is amazing. 💚 4mo
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DHill
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Enjoying the holiday with a good book and my sweet friend.

Crazeedi Aww! So sweet!! 5mo
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DHill
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Waiting for audio holds to be available so decided to listen to one of my favorite books in the meantime hoping I wouldn‘t be disappointed by the narration. I‘m not. Still one of my favorite books. ❤️

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nu-bibliophile
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I finally opened and started this.

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Clutterbucks_Queen
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Reading this for a second time because i fell inlove with this novel 😍😍😍

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Clutterbucks_Queen
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Pickpick

What a fantastic novel!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Although the story is quite heartbreaking, there's a glimmer of happiness and hope for the second generation and the possibility of a brand new world!

I really loved how M.R. Carey portrayed the virus and how it takes over, it had a very realistic outlook which could even make it seem possible.

On a different note, i was just beginning to like Sergeant Parks then his part in the story came to an end.. Gutted.

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MySharonaK
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Pickpick

My cat is not too impressed but I liked it

BooknerdsLife 😂😂 I have it on my TBR since forever 😅🙈 6mo
MySharonaK @BooknerdsLife it‘s quite graphic but interesting. Let me know how you feel about it when you get to it (if you want to of course) 🙂 6mo
BooknerdsLife @MySharonaK I would love to & will definitely let you know. Have you watched the movie after the book? I've heard good things for both the book & the movie but I'm going to read the book first , of course 😼 6mo
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MySharonaK @BooknerdsLife I have watched but I think the book is better 😀 6mo
BooknerdsLife @MySharonaK 😂😂 Happy to know 📚Books > Movies 🎥 6mo
MySharonaK @BooknerdsLife yes!!! ❤️ 6mo
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Squidapus
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Pickpick

A pretty darn good book about a zombie apocalypse with it's own take on what survival means and what humanity is willing to do for it. Melanie and Parks were the real stand out characters which made the ending sorta...bad? Squidapus thought throughout that the book steered away from Blockbuster Movie writing and had deep characterization which it then threw away at the end to make each character fulfill their zombie movie trope. Still worth a read

Clare-Dragonfly That‘s a great description! I hate zombie movies which I guess is why I gave this a worse rating. 6mo
Squidapus @Clare-Dragonfly Squidapus neither loves nor hates them but finds you can often predict a character's fate in movies/books like this because they rarely play away from the tropes. This book did a good job of it up until Melanie finds THOSE people and then it literally turned into a zombie movie mad lib. 6mo
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Louise
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Mehso-so

In true #blameitonlitsy fashion, I borrowed this #audiobook because I‘d seen it in my Litsy feed several times. I had no idea what it was about. So now it‘s official: I have survived my first (and hopefully last) zombie apocalypse! Thankfully, it was fictional. Not really my fare, but the author took an interesting look at what it means to be human, at the power of education, and at an alternative evolutionary step into the future.

CocoReads Yeah, zombies aren‘t my thing either but I did enjoy the book. Haven‘t had any desire to read any more of them though. 😁 7mo
Louise @CocoReads Exactly! 😆 The interactions between the characters and the philosophical questions were interesting, but I could have done without the feeding frenzies on human flesh! 😳 7mo
nosferatoos I wanted to like this book. I know so many people who loved it and I just found it very dull 7mo
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Louise @nosferatoos I felt the same way for a lot of it and nearly bailed but figured I‘d see it through to see how the author handled some of the themes. Still, I wouldn‘t recommend it to anyone who isn‘t a fan of zombie stories. 7mo
Geeklet I really enjoyed it but I love zombie stories, lol. If you want the story without reading the book, the movie is on Amazon Prime. From what I remember, it generally follows the book pretty well. The sequel to this book is pretty meh though. 7mo
Louise @Geeklet If I may ask: What is it about zombie apocalypse stories that you love? I‘m really curious because it‘s such an “alien” genre to me. Thanks! 7mo
Geeklet @Louise I think it‘s just a general interest in apocalyptic stories. I was also raised around older teenage boys so horror movies and such have always been a big part of my life. Weirdly enough, I don‘t like vampire stories. 7mo
Louise @Geeklet Thanks. Yes, I know from experience that the influence of older brothers is strong! 7mo
Chelleo 😂🤣😂 you survived! 5mo
Louise @Chelleo Yes, thank goodness! 😂 Thanks for your lovely letter, btw. I hadn‘t been to the P.O. Box for a while so it was a nice surprise to find it waiting for me there. 📝 5mo
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Squidapus
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Squidapus has had this book for a while and is finally getting around to reading it. He finished Space Unicorn Blues in two days and found it pretty damn tremendous. Hopefully he keeps this good streak going!

TobeyTheScavengerMonk This was a rockin‘ audiobook experience. 7mo
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thricerenewed
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Not sure I would have picked this up if it wasn‘t a book club read. I ended up enjoying it more than I though I would. It took a couple days for me to like the ending, but I feel like it‘s actually one of the more hopeful apocalyptic books I‘ve read in a while. Not an all time favorite, but recommendable.

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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Is this girl from #Outofthisworld ? I‘m not sure because I need to read it?!

#SpringIntoReading

WitBeyndMehsure I saw this movie and it was phenomenal! Been meaning to read the book for awhile 7mo
Djspens I enjoyed this book and The Boy on the Bridge. I didn't realize it was a movie! Will have to check that out! 7mo
TheEllieMo The book is excellent. 7mo
Lovesbooks87 Oh she is! Amazing book! 7mo
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Meaw_catlady
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1. Kindred for #lmpbc , Wonder Woman by John Byrne Book One , The Handmaids Tale the Graphic Novel.
2. The Girl With All The Gifts!
3. Black. Perhaps a hint of amethyst purple or lapis azuli blue . And some hematite grey.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Rambo_Reads
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Pickpick

I didn't know what I was getting into when I first picked this one up but I definitely enjoyed the ride

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Schlinkles
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The tagged book sums up how I feel right now. @Elma what a lovely swap box! I have been remiss in not reading any of these books and the coffee arrived right in the nick of time, I ran out this morning and was about to go into crisis mode! Thank you so much! And thank you @Avanders for organizing such a wonderful swap, you rock my stripey socks!

Avanders 🧬🦄♥️♥️👏🏽 7mo
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Meaw_catlady
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Pickpick

I cannot even out into words how much I enjoyed this book! I‘m not a big fan of “zombie” apocalypse books or movies. It seems overused and cliche but this book was different. Marvelous! Intense! Deeply Human! Thought provoking! Loved the way it was from Melanie‘s perspective but also jumped to the other characters perspective to give more insight. The ending was exactly what I needed it to be. Great read! 10 out of 10 would recommend!

Meaw_catlady My library TBR is behind which should I start next? 7mo
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CaptainPower
Pickpick

This is my second favorite book of all time. I loved the character development and the unique world that the author created. I feel like this book is about finding hope in a hopeless world.

wckdtwstdsweetcandy ...wldnt put it n my tops but it was interestn & original... 8mo
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Kappadeemom
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The book is tagged.
Movie - all I can think about is Waking Dead; however, I also think about that pod people movie. Those folks were kinda zombie-ish.
Song - The Monster Mash
#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
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TheKidUpstairs
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📚 The Girl with all the Gifts
🎞 Shaun of the Dead
🎶 Zombie by The Cranberries

#ManicMonday @JoScho

JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
bookranters Sounds awesome! 8mo
tammysue Great picks! 8mo
monalyisha I‘m into your choices. 🖤 8mo
TheKidUpstairs @monalyisha Thank you m'dear, so am I! 8mo
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Craftylikefox
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#manicmonday Happy Monday everyone! I hope you have a great day 🖤🖤
📚The Girl with All the Gifts
🎬Shaun of the Dead
🎼Zombie Zoo

@JoScho

WanderingBookaneer Love that book! My movie pick was Juan de los Muertos, the Cuban version of Shaun of the Dead. 8mo
JoScho 🖤🧟‍♀️🖤 8mo
Craftylikefox @WanderingBookaneer I don‘t usually watch zombie movies but Shaun of the Dead is good :) 8mo
WanderingBookaneer Agreed! 8mo
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PagesByTheWater
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The books I ordered online arrived! To be honest, just a tad miffed that they‘re paperback, but that‘s on me for not paying attention while ordering. Time to shelf them!
(EDIT: I don‘t mind paperback books! I just thought that these specifically were hardcover when I ordered them but I was wrong)
#bookhaul #thefinalbookhaul #fornow

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skutacar
Panpan

I‘m not really into zombie books and I was disappointed when that was what this turned out to be. I‘m not a fan of gore in movies or books. I finished it because it was interesting but I wouldn‘t recommend it to anyone who feels the same.

wckdtwstdsweetcandy ...not a zombie book realy...but i get wut u sed...& if ur not a fan of gore thn i wldnt recmnd... 8mo
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Lovesbooks87
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Anna, your book is one its way back to you! It should be there by Thursday! #LMPBC

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BlameJennyJane
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Mehso-so

It‘s not you, it‘s me. I just couldn‘t get into this one. It‘s all my fault. I have a fundamental flaw and have no appreciation for science-fiction or anything remotely related to zombie-type-thingies. There‘s really nothing wrong here other than the problems I seem to have with the suspension of my own disbelief and my own superficial “ew” factor. ⭐️⭐️ 1/2

JennyM I am completely with you. I couldn‘t get into this one at all, and I think it‘s for the exact and reason as you. 😊 9mo
BlameJennyJane @JennyM amen! Thank you for not making me feel all alone.😁 9mo
wordzie 😄 9mo
IndoorDame I‘m with you guys. This one just wasn‘t for me. Good to know it‘s not as universally beloved as I‘d thought 😁 9mo
BlameJennyJane @IndoorDame we are not alone! Lol. 😊😊😊 9mo
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Lovesbooks87
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Pickpick

I never would have picked up this amazing book if it wasn't for #LMPBC. This book hooked me from almost the first page and I didn't want to put it down. My heart broken for Melanie and everything she had to go through. But she was so intelligent and so aware of what was going on. This was another amazing round and I can't wait to do the next round with you guys and to add @Patchshank to our group! Now off to look for selections for next round!

EH2018 Totally agree! 9mo
aroc Same here! 9mo
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readingjedi
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Pickpick

Was hooked pretty much from Page 1 & then, due to the spanking pacing of the thing, utterly unable to stop till it was done. It's a road trip/character development outing with flesh-eating zombies so nothing startlingly original in terms of concept (got strong I Am Legend vibes off it) but the writing (& the aforementioned - and almost perfect - timing & pace) is fresh, uncluttered & punchy. ⬇️⬇️⬇️ cont. in comments ⬇️⬇️⬇️

readingjedi The 5 characters have such depth & are crafted with obvious skill so each one elicits sympathy & empathy, their weaknesses & mistakes becoming all the more forgivable, their drives & reasoning more understandable, their pains & losses more effecting. 9mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Loved this book! I'd avoid the movie though 9mo
readingjedi The relationship between Melanie & Miss Justineau is powerful, memorable & poignant, but is just 1 of the fascinating relationships explored here. The ending (while almost identical to IAL in theme) is in part heavy & sobering, in part revealing & hopeful. There is a "happy" ending, just not the one (or for who) you were expecting. A very good read. 9mo
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readingjedi @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Just this minute watched a trailer for it! Hard pass from me 🤔🤨🙄 9mo
jessinikkip @readingjedi what do you use for pictures like this one? I love them and have seen a couple others but never think to ask... 9mo
readingjedi @jessinikkip It's an app called Bitmoji. You can create an emoji of yourself that is then inserted into the scenes/sayings etc. 9mo
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EH2018
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@Lovesbooks87 the #LMPBC was sent out to you yesterday - it was pretty good @aroc !!

Also my #cupidgoespostal #valentinesgiftexchange swap went out @BookishMarginalia

Lovesbooks87 I will be on the look out for it! 9mo
aroc Glad you enjoyed it! 9mo
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Pogue
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Pickpick

I tried reading this when it first came out and just could not. It was this months book club pick and I am glad it was.

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readingjedi
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99% of the books I read last year were from #Netgalley so they were read on my Kindle. This year I plan to read more of my pre-existing TBR pile. It is fairly huge. As is my NetGalley backlog. But anyway, Mount ToBeRead is about 25% tree books and reading one seems like a real novelty! And I like that I can pass it on when I've finished it.

Smangela I love that you have plans to pass them on when you‘re done. I have the hardest time getting rid of books. It‘s out of control. I‘m on a book-buying ban in 2019 😱 10mo
shawncapito How do you like the book? 10mo
readingjedi @Smangela I have no choice really 😥 Our house is very small & there's really only the space for my most precious books. It was hard at first but now I prefer the idea of sharing the story rather than having a book gathering dust. 10mo
readingjedi @shawncapito So far, so good! Reminds me of something else I've read but can't put my finger on it.... 10mo
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BlameJennyJane
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This drive to Rochester, MN is no joke. Blowing snow. -10 degrees. Trying to calm anxieties but my phone won‘t pair with my mom‘s car so no #audiobook for us. I don‘t want to be rude by popping earbuds in.

Kappadeemom Oh law, I would die #Southerner 10mo
TheLibrarian Safe travels! 10mo
BethM Be safe! It's a mess out there! 10mo
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Traci1 Wow! Be careful. 10mo
xicanti That's scary! I'm surprised they didn't close the highway. 10mo
Lovesbooks87 Be safe! 10mo
Amiable Take it slow. Be safe. Deep breaths. 10mo
Kaye Scary driving. Be careful. ❄️ 🚗 ❄️ 🚙 ❄️ 10mo
Samplergal Oh my. Be so careful. 10mo
Djspens It's better than fires and hurricanes... It's better than fires and hurricanes....it's better than fires and hurricanes.... I think... Right?? 10mo
Judybskt Be safe! 10mo
Kayla.Adriena Same here. WILL JANUARY NEVER END??!🤬 10mo
Redwritinghood That looks bad! Be safe. 10mo
tracey38 Yikes! Be safe. 10mo
BlameJennyJane @Kappadeemom I miss the South 😥😥😥 10mo
BlameJennyJane @TheLibrarian , @BethM , @Traci1 and @kaye thanks so much. We made it in one piece! 10mo
BlameJennyJane @xicanti I kind of am too. I kept looking at the gates and sort of kind of wishing they‘d decide to close. 10mo
BlameJennyJane @Lovesbooks87 , @Samplergal and @Amiable I appreciate it! We made it safely. Yay! Now home tomorrow! 10mo
BlameJennyJane @Djspens yes, yes and YES! I need the perspective! 10mo
BlameJennyJane @Judybskt thank you! 10mo
BlameJennyJane @Kayla.Adriena grrrr... seems like it‘s been forever. Grrrr. ❄️☃️❄️ 10mo
BlameJennyJane Thanks @tracey38 ! 🤗 10mo
VeganCleopatra Wondering why you couldn't just play the audiobook at a high volume directly on the phone instead? Too much noise interference? 10mo
BlameJennyJane @VeganCleopatra my mom *couldn‘t hear it* so it wasn‘t fair. 😂 10mo
VeganCleopatra Ah! 😆 10mo
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maleahrae
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Even though I didn't get a snow day, I still managed to finish this one last night! The ending really surprised me! I'm curious to watch the movie. Have any of you seen it?
#booked2019 MC Paranormal
@4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage

Soubhiville I‘ve seen it, and I liked it. I also liked the prequel- The Boy on the Bridge. 10mo
Elma I've seen it. I thought it would be really confusing if you hadn't read the book, because they leave so much out, but my husband enjoyed it and he hasn't read the book. 10mo
maleahrae @Elma That's good to know, because I wanted my husband to to watch it with me so we can talk about the ending. I'd the ending the same? 10mo
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Cinfhen Nice choice ☑️ 10mo
Elma @maleahrae Yes, it is. 10mo
CrowCAH Welcome to the Litsy family!!! 📚 10mo
maleahrae Thank you! @CrowCAH 10mo
AthenaWins The movie is good if you haven't read the book first. Lol. But it's still entertaining. 10mo
BillBlume Loved this book. Also did it on audiobook, and the reader was so damn good! I watched the movie after the book, and I think the book just has too much going on in the characters‘ heads. Just wasn‘t any way to translate that into film. 10mo
maleahrae Very accurate! @BillBlume 10mo
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maleahrae
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Hoping for a snow day tomorrow in Tennessee! I could use some uninterrupted time to finish my current read!
#teachersoflitsy

Red.Reads I absolutely loved that book! I read it for the first time two weeks ago, and I already want to read it again. 10mo
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mydearwatson
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So I‘m not a big ______ person (I don‘t want to spoil it!), but I really enjoyed the movie, more so than the book (please don‘t hate me!). I was questioning whether or not to read the sequel, but I for sure want to now.

Also, according to Wikipedia, the book and screenplay were written in tandem by they author. Maybe that explains why the movie never says it‘s based on a novel...?

(images from #goodreads and #imdb)

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I can't say I liked the movie at all, BUT I think the young actress who played the 'Girl' was great. And I do want to read the sequal too, I've heard good things. 10mo
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Red.Reads
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Pickpick

Oh god, I wasn't ready to deal with how emotionally attached I got to the characters in this book!
The literal and metaphorical journey they go on, the character development, it was all so rich and so tragic at the same time. I loved it, yet it made me so sad.
I love apocalyptic and dystopian novels, but this portrayed the end of humanity as sadder than most books I've read before. It was so well-written, so powerful, a truly wonderful book. 5/5

Godpants I may have even liked the next one better. Great series. 10mo
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Scottchris
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Pickpick

Took a break from non-fiction 3/2019

Crazeedi Welcome to litsy!🎉🎉 10mo
CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy! 📚 10mo
Slajaunie Welcome to Litsy!📖📚💚 10mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Welcome to Litsy!! 10mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🌺 10mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Loved that book 10mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 📖💙 10mo
ProfReader Welcome to Litsy!!!💙💜❤️ 10mo
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