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See What I Have Done
See What I Have Done | Sarah Schmidt
Haunting, gripping and gorgeously written, SEE WHAT I HAVE DONE by Sarah Schmidt is a re-imagining of the unsolved American true crime case of the Lizzie Borden murders, for fans of BURIAL RITES and MAKING A MURDERER. When her father and step-mother are found brutally murdered on a summer morning in 1892, Lizzie Borden - thirty two years old and still living at home - immediately becomes a suspect. But after a notorious trial, she is found innocent, and no one is ever convicted of the crime. Meanwhile, others in the claustrophobic Borden household have their own motives and their own stories to tell: Lizzie's unmarried older sister, a put-upon Irish housemaid, and a boy hired by Lizzie's uncle to take care of a problem. This unforgettable debut makes you question the truth behind one of the great unsolved mysteries, as well as exploring power, violence and the harsh realities of being a woman in late nineteenth century America.
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TracyReadsBooks
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I enjoyed this novel which reimagines the murders of Andrew & Abby Borden. It‘s told from 4 POVs—Lizzie, chief suspect (as the reader knows) & an unreliable narrator, her sister Emma, the maid Bridget & a man named Benjamin (another problematic narrator). I liked the writing, & how it was choppy & sometimes jumped around, particularly in Lizzie‘s chapters, & loved the atmosphere the author created in this creepy, engrossing retelling. Recommended.

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TracyReadsBooks
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A little bedtime reading...

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WhatWouldJaneDo
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Mehso-so

I enjoyed Schmidt's writing style but I felt like she ran out of steam long before the conclusion. The book alternatives between Lizzie, her older sister Emma, maid Bridget, and a random drifter Benjamin who has met Lizzie's uncle. The family dynamic was the best part of the book (including the role of live in maid Bridget) and the Benjamin plot just detracted.

LMJenkins I like the cover! 2mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @LMJenkins it does have a great cover! 2mo
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Butterflyamore
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Mehso-so

52 week reading challenge: Historical novel (15)
State challenge: Massachusetts (7)

⭐️⭐️⭐️

I did like this book and found Lizzie and Emma‘s perspectives particularly intriguing. While we cannot ever know what truly went through their minds, I think Schmidt captured the inner turmoil well.

Full review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2755081200

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Madison91
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Panpan

I could be to blame because I‘m forever breaking the cardinal rule “don‘t judge a book by its cover” but it usually serves me well. I love how this book looked, sadly that‘s where the live stopped. It was horribly boring, drawn out for not an excessively long book, the characters were unlovable, and I desperately wanted to give up on it. Closest I‘ve been to a DNF.

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Butterflyamore
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I tried to listen to the audiobook of this and almost abandoned the book because of that. I ended up reading some more before DNFing it and decided that would be the best route. I think I will finish this. While I openly admit that I don‘t particularly enjoy fiction in audiobook form, I really do think that this audiobook was particularly bad. Hopefully I will enjoy the book more now!

Hestapleton Yeah this audiobook was not great. The voices were so grating! I listened to it on 1.75x speed to get through it. 2mo
Butterflyamore @Hestapleton Good job seeing it through! 2mo
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TorieStorieS
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Mehso-so

No #HeartsOfGold here in this fictionalization of the infamous Borden family! I listened to this one and while interesting enough for my #AudioColoring, the POVs and timeline weren‘t always very clear... I was hoping for a little more insight into this through a fictional way of bringing these characters to life, but this left me wanting more... I hear there‘s a new nonfiction book out on Lizzie‘s trial so maybe that will do! #MarchIntoThe70s

Cinfhen This book was a little disappointing. And I read an ARC for the new Lizzie Borden book. It was very dry🙄 2mo
TorieStorieS Thanks for the warning, @Cinfhen! The quest continues then for a good rendition of Lizzie!!😃 2mo
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emmaturi
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This was based on the true story of Lizze Borden and the murders of her father and stepmother. I had never heard of her and the murders before. There are also films made about the events. The story is told from the 4 main characters, Lizzie, her sister Emma, the maid Bridget and Benjamin. #books #truestories

Cathythoughts Really enjoyed this one 👍🏻 (edited) 3mo
emmaturi Yes me too! @Cathythoughts 3mo
BiblioLitten This sounds good! 3mo
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Hestapleton
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Panpan

This was fine, certainly not as gripping as I was hoping for. Narrated by four characters, the book slowly reveals Lizzie‘s mental illness and how she could have committed these atrocious acts. The audiobook was not the best choice for this—I found the voices simpering and grating, for all the characters. ⭐️⭐️

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Hestapleton
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This book is weird in print, so I tried the audio while I do some mindless stuff at work. Turns out the audio is weird too. I‘ve only got an hour and a half left and I‘m determined to push through!

Butterflyamore 😱 Oh no! This is one of my reads for the month! 3mo
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BookishRedhead
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Pickpick

Lizzie Borden took an axe...
Loved this.
I enjoyed seeing different views from different people.
I liked seeing what Lizzie was thinking.

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Libby1
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Visceral. Revolting. I loved it.

Did Lizzie Borden kill her father and stepmother? I know what I think.

I enjoyed the book‘s focus on Lizzie‘s sister Emma. What must life have been like for her?

This is not my usual kind of book and I know there are very mixed reviews, but I thought it was full of life as it was of decay.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

BarbaraBB Great review! 4mo
Bookzombie What @BarbaraBB said! 4mo
LeahBergen She did it! 😆😆 (and I really enjoyed this one, too) 4mo
Libby1 @BarbaraBB , @Bookzombie , @LeahBergen - thanks. Yes, I think she totally did it, too! 3mo
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DarcysMom
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Mehso-so
Rachbb3 I was nauseous the whole time I read this book because of that soup thing they kept eating. 😂🤢 4mo
DarcysMom @Rachbb3 Whar was up with that? So gross! 🤢🤮 4mo
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DarcysMom
See What I Have Done | Sarah Schmidt
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Late afternoon walk today. 👟👟👟
#audiowalk
#2019kmin2019
#105mileJanuary
#overdrive
💜💜#LitsyWalkers💜💜

Kaye Wow ! Almost 5 miles ! Nice photos. How‘s the Stephen King book so far ? 4mo
DarcysMom @kaye I am only about an hour in, but so far I am enjoying 4mo
Kaye I‘m s that a new one ? I haven‘t read many of King‘s books so don‘t keep good track. 4mo
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DarcysMom @kaye it came out on 2014, but is new to me. I don't keep up with him well. 4mo
Wife 🌹 4mo
whatshesreadingnow 👍🏻💜 4mo
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DarcysMom
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Afternoon walk today to make up miles for the week. It is amazing how much the channel dried up in about two days!
Also, adorable pupper! 🐶🐶🐶
#audiowalk
#2019kmin2019
#105mileJanuary
#overdrive
💜💜#LitsyWalkers💜💜

Kaye Great time and distance. 💕 4mo
DarcysMom @kaye 😘 4mo
whatshesreadingnow 👏🏻🙌🏻💓 4mo
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mrp27 Ha! After all this time I looked at the names on your map. I used to live off of Milliken between the 210 and Baseline. 4mo
DarcysMom @mrp27 Oh my goodness - we were practically neighbors! 4mo
4thhouseontheleft 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 4mo
Wife 🌹 4mo
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DarcysMom
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What a difference a couple of days make. It was gorgeous this morning!
#audiowalk
#2019kmin2019
#105mileJanuary
#overdrive
💜💜#LitsyWalkers💜💜

julesG Gorgeous pictures! 4mo
DarcysMom @julesG Thank you! 😁 4mo
Wife 🌹 4mo
hilded Lovely 😊 4mo
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DarcysMom
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Totally late posting my walk from this morning. 🙃
#audiowalk
#2019kmin2019
#105mileJanuary
#overdrive
💜💜#LitsyWalkers💜💜

4thhouseontheleft You live in a beautiful area! 4mo
EH2018 Question, what is #litsywalkers? Is it a group list you join or a hashtag you add to audiowalks? 4mo
DarcysMom @4thhouseontheleft Thanks! I love being able to walk near the foothills. 4mo
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DarcysMom @EH2018 It is a hashtag to add to audiowalks. The Littens using it are super supportive of each other. It is a lovely group of walkers. Please join in if you want to! 4mo
EH2018 @DarcysMom Good to know! As soon as I make it out for a walk I will be sure to #....sounds like great motivation 4mo
Wife 🌹 4mo
Kaye Great job ! How are you liking the book ? 4mo
DarcysMom @kaye I have mixed feelings. It is keeping my interest enough that I will finish it. 4mo
Kaye Yes it‘s one whose reviews are all over the place. 4mo
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DarcysMom
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Super short walk today! It was raining really hard - there were places where the most shallow areas were ankle deep. Our streets don't handle rain all that well. Our run-off channel had more water than I have ever seen in it!
#audiowalk
#2019kmin2019
#105mileJanuary
#overdrive
💜💜#LitsyWalkers💜💜

Hestapleton Your super short walk is a long walk for me!! 4mo
Kaye Good job ! 👟🌟🎧 4mo
thebluestocking Wow! That‘s a lot of water on the ground. 4mo
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DarcysMom @thebluestocking There were a few spots where I thought my walk might turn into a swim. 🙃 4mo
samnreader I do love rainy walks but that's a bit much 4mo
DarcysMom @samnreader You are so right! I had to cut it short. 4mo
Bklover Good for you for going in the rain! Looks like a long walk to me! 4mo
Wife 🌹 4mo
BookBabe Wow! Go you! That‘s some serious rain and standing water! 🙌🏻 4mo
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DarcysMom
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Cathythoughts Oh I loved this one 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 4mo
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Megabooks
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I really enjoyed this book, and it‘s on sale for $2.99. It‘s a portrait of the (Lizzie) Borden family. Warning: Don‘t eat the mutton stew!! 🤮🤮🤮 #sale #kindle #kindlesale

readordierachel Thanks for the heads up! 5mo
LittleMummyMe I really liked this book too. 👍🏼 5mo
Megabooks @readordierachel you‘re welcome! 5mo
Megabooks @LittleMummyMe It was a slow burn but good. 👍🏻 5mo
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gentlepet
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Mehso-so

so here‘s the thing:

if ur on the lookout for a great, creepy read then u could do way worse than this. it has good atmosphere and compelling female characters and a lovely sort of whodunnit atmosphere.

HOWEVER if ur more than vaguely familiar with lizzie borden u aren‘t really going to find much here u won‘t find elsewhere. is it well executed? yus. is that enough? maybe.

dont regret the time i spent with this book. wouldn‘t insist u read it.

Reviewsbylola I definitely see what you‘re saying about this one. I didn‘t enjoy it but knowing a lot about Lizzie Borden made it really difficult for me to get past the artistic licenses the author took. 6mo
gentlepet @Reviewsbylola totally understand that! i knew enough to be kinda “meh” but i think if i were more invested in the case i would have been really miffed. PLUS she skipped the trial which imho is one of the most interesting parts of the whole saga! 6mo
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Librarybelle
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Definitely not a book for everyone - it was creepy and grotesque in parts - but fitting for #CallingAllTheMonsters . Lizzie Borden took an ax...or did she? Schmidt interprets what she thinks happened that fateful day in Fall River.

Thanks for a fun #OctoberXFiles @Cinfhen and @Robothugs !

Cinfhen Always happy to have you 💕💕hope to see u in November 🦃 7mo
Robothugs Thanks for playing along!! 7mo
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kedupre
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Mehso-so

This book made me queasy - and I think it did so on purpose! The sickly descriptions of the heat, the odors, that infamous mutton broth... I felt claustrophobic and dreadful. Which is EXACTLY what Lizzie and Bridget felt waking up in that house every day!! It‘s a Pick for the imagery and the suspense, a So-So because it made me feel seasick.

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Liberty
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Day 19 of the @bookriot #Riotgrams challenge: setting you‘ve been to! No one will be surprised to learn that I have slept at Lizzie Borden‘s house, which is now a bed and breakfast. I have a lot of stories from my visit, some of them bittersweet because the person I went with is dead now. (I swear I didn‘t do it.) But mostly it was rad. ☠️⚰️📚

LeahBergen I stayed there, too, and endlessly bore my acquaintances with the story. 😆😆 Which room did you sleep in? 7mo
Liberty @LeahBergen Her parents‘ bedroom. 7mo
LeahBergen We stayed in the John Morse room (and my friend made me sleep on the side of the bed where Abby‘s body was found 😳). 7mo
Liberty @LeahBergen There were three college girls in there who started shrieking at 2am, saying they saw someone in the room. They ended up staying in the room with the parents who brought them. 7mo
Mdargusch I‘m not sure I could sleep there @Liberty and @LeahBergen 😬 that gives me the creeps just thinking about it! 7mo
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Caksf
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I‘ve always had a weird obsession with the true crime case of Lizzie Borden and the infamous murders that occurred in Fall River in 1892. Schmidt does a brilliant job, weaving a nail-biting, page-turning, fictionalized narrative around the details of the crime. I highly recommend this one and if there are any true crime fans of the Lizzie Borden case out there, order this ASAP.. you won‘t regret it! 5/5

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Cathythoughts
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#OctoberXFiles I really enjoyed this on audio 👍🏻🖤. Soo good ... #Misery was a strong feeling in this one too.

Robothugs Nicely done! 🙌🏻 8mo
Cinfhen Such a creepy read!! Would be perfect for this time of year 🎃🍐 8mo
LeahBergen I enjoyed this one, too! 8mo
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erzascarletbookgasm I‘ve not read this. I see it has mixed reviews on Litsy. 8mo
Cathythoughts @Robothugs @Cinfhen thanks! And yes would be a good creepy one for October 👍🏻 8mo
Cathythoughts @Leahbergen yes! I thought it was well done. 8mo
Cathythoughts @erzascarletbookgasm the audio was excellent, I thought. Creepy.... & good. 8mo
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Mdargusch
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This was a #blameitonlitsy and #coverlove book for me. It ended up the worst #factfiction book I have ever read. So many gratuitous #bodilyfluids 🤢

#septemberdanes

Kalalalatja Ugh, that doesn‘t sound pleasant 🤢 8mo
emilyhaldi Lol 8mo
IamIamIam LOL, I really liked it except for the pears. I've never known people to eat so many pears and I personally hate them so it was grating to think about. The chock sound or bits of bone? Not so much as the pears... 😂😂 8mo
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TheLibrarian 😂 I was not a fan of this book either but the gross parts didn‘t bother me. 8mo
jillrhudy Eewwwww 8mo
Reviewsbylola I didn‘t like the direction the author went with this one either. The vomit actually didn‘t bother me but it also seemed redundant. Then again, it IS a factual part of the Lizzie Borden story. Maybe that‘s why I wasn‘t annoyed with it. 8mo
Megabooks I loved this one. Even with the 🤢🤢 8mo
Cathythoughts I loved this one 😬👍🏻❤️ 8mo
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IamIamIam
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I remember being fascinated with Lizzie Borden in either 4th or 5th grade. I was never a Barbie kind of kid... 🤣 I don't know much about the family but this made them all seem awful and crazy and mean spirited! I love that in a book! A unique look at one of the most well known American crimes.

SandyW My mom let me stay up and watch on of the Lizzie Borden movies with her when she thought I was old enough. I wasn't! 😱😱😱 8mo
IamIamIam @SandyW HAHA, we had such different childhoods than kids today!!!! 😂 8mo
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JillR
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Mixed feelings. I was ultimately left frustrated and wanted more of the story rather than the stifling thoughts of those involved and the repetition of known details. Overall the writing style was too much for me; the smells, the vomiting, this: “I washed Mrs Borden‘s hair..scraped my nails over her scalp, got her under my fingernails.” (And that awful mutton soup!). This is between a pick and so-so for me 👇

JillR I feel I should point out I knew nothing about this story before I started hence why I may have wanted a more factual story than I got. I may have felt differently had I known more about the Borden case in advance... 10mo
Cathythoughts Great review! I listened to this on Audible & I have to say I loved it ! I wouldn‘t go there again , but as a once off , I was completely hooked. Very graphic alright 😱 10mo
JillR I wish I‘d known more about the case before I started @cathythoughts as I just kept saying “but WHAT happened?!” rather than just enjoying it for what it was... 10mo
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bobregina
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I loved this! First time I heard about Lizzie Borden, and I was hooked 🍐👀

Ashley85 Netflix made a movie of it! I‘m waiting to read the book first though. 10mo
bobregina @Ashley85 really? I have to check it out! 10mo
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JillR
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Starting this. Bonus that it was a Qa charity shop bargain (albeit clearly a little “pre-loved”). I don‘t normally read hardback so will be trying to finish it by Sunday so I don‘t have to lug it on the train with me come work on Monday morning!

bobregina It‘s not too heavy 😅 10mo
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bobregina
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This was enough for me ☠️

KristinaRay My mom taught me that when I was a kid. I still get the rhyme stuck in my head from time to time 🙄 10mo
bobregina 😳😂 @KristinaRay I didn‘t knew the story before this book, and it fascinated me from the start 10mo
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Brie
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A gory, unsettling, unpleasantly sensory and visceral retelling of the infamous Lizzie Borden ax murders. The repetition of certain images only adds to the stifling, confining atmosphere of the Borden home. Really enjoyed all the different perspectives, including Lizzie, her sister Emma, maid Bridget, and stranger Benjamin.

RaimeyGallant Nice review. :) 10mo
Brie @RaimeyGallant Thanks! 10mo
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bobregina
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This beginning... wow. Really disturbing! I‘m predicting this will be a five stars for me!

Bookmarkie I‘m listening on audio and feel that I would follow it better in print. I like it though! 10mo
bobregina @Bookmarkie we don‘t have audiobooks in Portugal (sadly!), so I honestly can‘t say. But so far, I really like this! 10mo
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LibrarianChels
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This Lizzie Borden story wasn‘t that great. Schmidt splits the narrative into three voices - Lizzie, sister Emma, and would-be villian Benjamin - but they all sound the same. I had to continuously remind myself who was speaking. There was also no mystery despite the book cover‘s implication. Got through it, but wish I had the time back to go toward something more satisfying.

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24in48
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Where has the time gone!? We're at Hour 39 of #24in48, and starting to see some of you hitting your goals. As we get into the final hours of the 'thon, consider changing up the scenery to keep yourself awake and motivated. Outside is great, if the weather/hour permits!

[Photo description: The lap of a person seated outside with a novel and a copy of The New Yorker on it, and a glass of punch in hand. Text overlay reads Hour 39: Check-in]

Andrew65 Great advice! 10mo
mrp27 I rotate my reading position often. I just wish the hot summer weather was more conducive to outside reading! 10mo
Sumtime77 Changing position definitely helps. I'm finding, depending on the book, I get too sleepy staying in one spot for long. 10mo
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Sara_Planz
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Pickpick

This book is creepy and keeps you guessing til the end of the book. I love the unreliable narrators and how much intrigue they add to the story.

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Sara_Planz
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Finally picked this up in paperback!

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Bookmarkie
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Excited for this one! Who has read or listened to it?

Cinfhen It‘s super strange, in a good way but something was off...I‘ll be curious to hear your thoughts 10mo
CaitlinR I read it as an ARC and really enjoyed. 10mo
Redwritinghood I read it and liked it, but reviews are mixed. 10mo
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bobregina
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Such a beautiful edition 🍐! #bookmail

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GirlWellRead
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Schmidt takes on the daunting genre of historical fiction with her account of one of the most famous murder cases of all time—Lizzie Borden's father and step-mother are found bludgeoned to death at the Borden residence. Told from multiple perspectives, this works brilliantly, and while I enjoyed Lizzie's chapters the most, the other perspectives were needed to balance out the story.

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rachelwill
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Mehso-so

Book 14: Based on a true crime story about a brutal murder within a family, this is a fictional retelling. Told from the perspective of several key players in the days around the murders, it's an easy read but not one that really surprises. Like other reviews I've read, it's hard to imagine the main suspect Lizzie is an adult woman... Quite intrigued to read the actual true story to see where the parallels are.

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elisebarker
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Panpan

I was so excited about this one, but it was a disappointment. I‘m glad I listened to it instead of paying for the hardback. It was too all over the place and I kept having to remind myself that Lizzie and Emma were GROWN WOMEN. The way they are written makes them seem like little girls, which was very annoying. Don‘t bother with this one.

DimeryRene Ahhhhh. I wanted to read this too!! 12mo
Mdargusch I agree! 12mo
ericarobynreads Ugh yeah I had to DNF this one! Such a mess! 12mo
elisebarker @Mdargusch and @ericarobynreads I found myself drifting in and out... I finished it but barely haha 12mo
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BooksGirlsCats
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Lizzie Borden took an axe....

Or did she?

See what I have done is chilling and evil and claustrophobic.
I couldn't put it down- and the minute I finished it @Kitta read it to see what the fuss was about! And hasn't put it down since. One warning- I did almost miss my subway stop!

This was Book 11ish of my #52Booksin2018 challenge!

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Kitta
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Great little historical crime novel about Lizzie Borden who you may know from the rhyme:

Lizzie Borden took an axe,
and gave her mother forty whacks,
when she saw what she had done,
she gave her father forty-one!

Gripping and interesting even if you‘re already familiar with the story.

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bedandabook
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Earl Grey tea in the sunshine, with a good book. What more can you ask for on a summer‘s day?

JillR This one is in my stack - look forward to hearing if you enjoyed it :) 12mo
bedandabook I am enjoying it, @JillR. It‘s absolutely fascinating as it deals with all the different characters‘ motives for the horrific crime. How much of it is based on fact, I would be interested to know. 12mo
JillR I actually know nothing about it @bedandbook but it was on my wish list - therefore I strongly suspect I stacked it based on Litsy reviews! Then spotted it for Q9 in the charity shop. Sounds good ? 12mo
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bedandabook Ha, @JillR, a bargain! It is a good read, and was longlisted for the Women‘s Prize if you care about such things. Hope you enjoy it too. 12mo
Redwritinghood Cute mug! 12mo
bedandabook I agree. Wish I could say it was mine, @Redwritinghood, but it belongs to my local cafe! 12mo
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AshleyC816
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Pickpick

This was such a visceral book- do not recommend eating while reading, or to anyone who is a germaphobe! That said, it was so suspenseful, it kept me hooked!

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bedandabook
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This one, a novel based around the infamous Lizzie Borden murder case, has been on my shelves for many months but I finally started it this morning. This photo doesn‘t do the cover art justice - it has beautiful golden copper colours, as well as the orange edges. So far, a gripping read.

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Myhusbandhatesreading
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Panpan

I suffered through finishing this book. I, too, found it extremely repetitive and awfully wordy.

Mdargusch This book was such a disappointment to me. So much gratuitous body fluids. 🤮 12mo
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