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Tell the Wolves I'm Home
Tell the Wolves I'm Home: A Novel | Carol Rifka Brunt
NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The Wall Street Journal O: The Oprah Magazine BookPage Kirkus Reviews Booklist School Library Journal In this striking literary debut, Carol Rifka Brunt unfolds a moving story of love, grief, and renewal as two lonely people become the unlikeliest of friends and find that sometimes you dont know youve lost someone until youve found them. NATIONAL BESTSELLER NAMED A FAVORITE READ BY GILLIAN FLYNN WINNER OF THE ALEX AWARD 1987. Theres only one person who has ever truly understood fourteen-year-old June Elbus, and thats her uncle, the renowned painter Finn Weiss. Shy at school and distant from her older sister, June can only be herself in Finns company; he is her godfather, confidant, and best friend. So when he dies, far too young, of a mysterious illness her mother can barely speak about, Junes world is turned upside down. But Finns death brings a surprise acquaintance into Junes lifesomeone who will help her to heal, and to question what she thinks she knows about Finn, her family, and even her own heart. At Finns funeral, June notices a strange man lingering just beyond the crowd. A few days later, she receives a package in the mail. Inside is a beautiful teapot she recognizes from Finns apartment, and a note from Toby, the stranger, asking for an opportunity to meet. As the two begin to spend time together, June realizes shes not the only one who misses Finn, and if she can bring herself to trust this unexpected friend, he just might be the one she needs the most. An emotionally charged coming-of-age novel, Tell the Wolves Im Home is a tender story of love lost and found, an unforgettable portrait of the way compassion can make us whole again. Praise for Tell the Wolves Im Home A dazzling debut novel.O: The Oprah Magazine This compassionate and vital novel will rivet readers until the very end. . . . The narrative is as tender and raw as an exposed nerve, pulsing with the sharpest agonies and ecstasies of the human condition.BookPage Tremendously moving.The Wall Street Journal Transcendent . . . Peopled by characters who will live in readers imaginations long after the final page is turned, Brunts novel is a beautifully bittersweet mixture of heartbreak and hope.Booklist (starred review) Carol Rifka Brunt establishes herself as an emerging author to watch.Minneapolis Star Tribune Touching and ultimately hopeful.People Look for special features inside. Join the Random House Readers Circle for author chats and more.
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TheBookgeekFrau
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Mehso-so

I liked the 80s nostalgia of Westchester County, where I grew up. As for the story itself, eh, it was alright and not as compelling as I thought it would be. I hate going into books with high expectations 😕

31/62

May #DoubleSpin @TheAromaofBooks

#MountTBR #ReadAway2024 @Andrew65 @DieAReader @GHABI4ROSES

DieAReader 🥳Sorry to hear it was a let down🙁 3w
TheBookgeekFrau @DieAReader I think it was more my expectations than the actual book 🤷🏻‍♀️ 3w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3w
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TheBookgeekFrau
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"My sister, Greta, and I were having our portrait painted by our uncle Finn that afternoon because he knew he was dying."

#FirstLineFridays
@ShyBookOwl

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AmyG
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38 that I remember. 🤣

#TLT @dabbe

dabbe We scored the same! 🤩🤩🤩 3w
BarbaraBB Me too! 3w
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dabbe @AmyG 🤩 3w
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TheBookgeekFrau
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Started this #BlameItOnLitsy read last night

TheBookHippie One of my favorites! 3w
TheBookgeekFrau @TheBookHippie It was one of those books that no one had a bad thing to say about it. Since that happens so rarely, I knew I had to read it. 3w
eskoch28 Ive been debating on this one fore a while and I have no idea what the hold up is for me. Glad to see a good rec @thebookgeekfrau 3w
TheBookgeekFrau @eskoch28 I'm not very far in yet, but it's living up to its "no bad things to say" Litsy reputation ? 3w
eskoch28 Love that 🙌🏻 3w
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MamaGina
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“I think New York was the perfect place for Toby to live because it was maybe the only place he would never run out of new restaurants. With Finn you had places. Horn & Hardart, The Cloisters. Places we went back to so many times that they started to feel like home. Toby was loose. Attached to nothing. Except maybe to Finn. That's what I started to figure out. Without Finn, Toby was like a kite with nobody holding the string.“
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Tamra I really enjoyed this and bought a paper copy to read again. 😁 2mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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📚 Tell the Wolves I‘m Home
📚 The Hate You Give
📚 The Perks of Being a Wallflower

#TLT
#ThreeListThursday

Have you played @Gissy @AmandaBlaze @UwannaPublishme

dabbe I'm making a list, checking it twice, and I'll make it available to all whether naughty or nice! Thanks for sharing. 💚💙💚 3mo
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DebinHawaii
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Thank you @dabbe for the #TLT tag! 🤗

Hard to narrow it to three, but…

1️⃣ The tagged book-love & grief in the life of a teenage girl in 1987. If you haven‘t read it, you must. 💙

2️⃣ Little Women -it‘s a classic & my first bildungsroman love. 💚

3️⃣ Never Let Me Go-I find people either love or really dislike this one, but it‘s love for me. Bleak, dystopian coming of age.🩶

Who else wants to share their three? Consider yourself tagged! 🤗

dabbe I'm making a list, and checking it twice; gonna share with everyone whether they're naughty or nice! Thanks for sharing. 💚💙💚 3mo
Leftcoastzen I‘ve been meaning to read tell the wolves for a good long while #TBRmountain 3mo
AmyG @Leftcoastzen Move it to the top. Such a good book. And great choice! 3mo
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Itchyfeetreader
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Pickpick

This was at time difficult but very powerful story of a teenage girl coming to grips with the loss of her favourite uncle to AIDS and her general feelings of loneliness and lack of connection from her family. There‘s too much in here for the length of the novel - a storyline with her sister that is rushingly resolved, a parental backstory or two and the main storyline where she befriends her uncles boyfriend but for all that a good read

Jari-chan I really loved that one ♥️ 3mo
marleed One of my all time favorite books! 3mo
Reggie Ughhhh when the uncle is telling her that the teapot is for the best people and that she is the best people, then gives it to her…😭 3mo
ErikasMindfulShelf I loved this one! 3mo
Itchyfeetreader @Jari-chan @marleed @Reggie @ErikasMindfulShelf I feel really silly that I had owned this for ages but hadn‘t quite got to it! Glad I did! 3mo
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CSeydel
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Pickpick

Beautiful, sad coming of age story set in late 1980s NYC. It explores different kinds of love and how emotions and experiences are magnified and distorted through the childhood lens, yet continue to influence our decisions and behavior as adults without our even consciously realizing it. This was tough to read at times, because the characters were often so frustrating, but overall well written, painfully honest, and full of heart.

Tamra Loved this one on audio and recently happily found a second hand print copy. 😁 6mo
CSeydel @Tamra 💚🖤💚 6mo
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DcSunshine
Pickpick

This was a great read that got a hold of me. Kept me curious to the end and did a great job with HIV/AIDS

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CSeydel
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November #bookspin and #doublespin locked in!

Librarybelle I loved Tell the Wolves I‘m Home! 7mo
MaleficentBookDragon I really enjoyed 7mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Enjoy!!! 7mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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“I thought of all the different kinds of love in the world. I could think of ten without even trying. The way parents love their kids, the way you love a puppy or chocolate ice cream or home or your favorite book or your sister. Or your uncle. There's those kinds of love and then there's the other kind. The falling kind.”

This book is so overlooked!! I wish everyone would read it!! 💚

#InvolvesFuneral
#BookBinge

LaraReads Love that quote! 💚 10mo
ErikasMindfulShelf One of my all time favorites! 10mo
BkClubCare I LOVED this and thought the same thing!! So good! 10mo
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DebinHawaii I love this book!!! 💚💚💚 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @BkClubCare it is such a treasure! 💚 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @DebinHawaii I try to gift it as much as possible! 10mo
TheBookHippie One of my favorites!!! 10mo
Cuilin Loved it so much I reread twice (I rarely reread contemporary novels). ❤️ (edited) 10mo
AmyG Truly a wonderful story. 10mo
marleed This is one of my favorite books and a copy will always be on my 5* shelve so I can me reminded of it! 10mo
Eggs Agreed! It‘s wonderful 💚 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Cuilin I need to read it again soon! 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @AmyG yes! 💚💚 10mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @marleed I need to have a “favorite” shelf!! 10mo
TheBookHippie @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I have two favorite shelves I recommend it!! 10mo
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GinaKButler
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Up next…another backlist that I didn‘t read at the time. It‘s on my 23 in ‘23 list. I‘ve heard all good things AND it‘ll give me a bingo!

#bookspinbingo

marleed I love this and will always have a copy on my shelves! 12mo
Cuilin Loved it. Enjoy. 12mo
dabbe The title sounds like something Dracula would say. 🤣🧛‍♂️🩵 12mo
paper.reveries What a nice cover! Hadn't heard of this one. 12mo
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Kgaudiuso
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I found the book slow to start, but as I got into the book, I was immersed in the relationships between the sisters, the story between June and her uncle and then the story between June and Toby. Great book!

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ICantImReading
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This memorable coming-of-age novel completely stole my heart (and some of my sleep). June‘s voice felt original, tender, and perceptive - her relationships with the other characters were complex and emotionally resonant. I couldn‘t stop highlighting paragraphs on my Kindle. Beautiful writing, fantastic storytelling, really just a gorgeous book!

marleed My reading room is full to capacity with books so I‘m forced to cull my collection every few months. But never my copy of Tell the Wolves I‘m home! 1y
Reggie Ughh, 😭, the part where the uncle is telling her why he‘s giving her the teapot. 1y
TheBookHippie @Reggie 😭😭😭😭😭 I love this book. 1y
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TheBookHippie @marleed I keep my copy too. 1y
TheBookHippie One of my favorite books. 1y
Karisa 💗 Fantastic book! 1y
ICantImReading @Reggie so many beautiful moments!! 😭😭 1y
ICantImReading @marleed @TheBookHippie @Karisa I‘m surprised I had never heard of this book until recently when a friend recommended it to me! I can see why it would deserve a spot on the “all-time favorites” shelf! 💙🫖 1y
DimeryRene This is one of my all time favorites!!! 1y
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CaitZ
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Pickpick

A beautiful emotional coming-of-age story set during the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. My last book of the year. #WinterReadathon #Booked2022 @Andrew65 @GHABI4ROSES @DieAReader @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @alisiakae

Andrew65 This is on my TBR, I really must get to it. 1y
BkClubCare I loved this, too. 1y
Cinfhen This is such a beloved book!!! 1y
DieAReader 💜💜💜 1y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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This is one of my all time favorites and I don‘t think it gets enough love!!

14 year old June loses her beloved uncle to AIDS in the 1980‘s. He‘s the only person who has ever truly understood her. She then develops a friendship with his boyfriend. Love, loss, grief, acceptance… All the feels!! 💚💚

#TBT

Great idea Shawna!!

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego That's a great book. 2y
Shemac77 Such a great book! 2y
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jlhammar Loved this book! 2y
ChaoticMissAdventures Oh! This is a great pick Misty! I remember when it came out and people were so in awe, and you are right, no one seems to talk about it now. Defiantly time for a resurgence. 2y
Suet624 I agree. I loved it and yet I felt as though no one knew about it. 2y
ErikasMindfulShelf Such a great book! 2y
Tamra 🙌🏾 So good! 2y
BookBr This is a beautiful book 🥰 2y
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HeathHof
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Pickpick

This was an absolutey beautiful story.
A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️pick for me.
💙💙💙
#trappedonanisland
@aperfectmjk @Littlewolf1

TheBookHippie One of my favorites ! 2y
AmyG I so loved this one, too. 2y
Librarybelle I loved this one too! 2y
marleed It‘s among my favorites! 2y
aperfectmjk Awesome! 🤗 2y
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HeathHof
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Started the second book from this month's batch for #trappedonanisland and it is SO good. TGIF because I can't wait to spend the day reading it tomorrow. 🤗
@aperfectmjk @Littlewolf1

AmyG Great book and as always, I love your plants. 🙌🏻 2y
HeathHof @AmyG 🙌 thank you! 2y
HeathHof Also, I just realized that you are the one who have me this book! Almost 2 years ago for #Septemberswap. Thank you so much! 2y
AmyG Ha…I completely forgot. You are so welcome! 2y
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Julz422
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Pickpick

I picked this up at my used book store for like $3 and it was worth so much more than that. Such a unique, important, beautifully written story that made me tear up at the end. One my favorites that I‘ve read this year.

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Julz422
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More summer reading and wine 😎

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Julz422
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OBX vacay

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DivineDiana
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Pickpick

While this is a story of the relationship between a 14 year old girl and her uncle who is a famous artist, it is also the story of the country‘s reaction to the AIDS epidemic in 1987. And then again, it is a story of love and acceptance, and the sacrifices that are made in the name of love. Characters that will touch your heart. Heartbreaking yet hopeful. #pridemonth #booked2022 #mclivingwithaids

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Karisa
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Pickpick

Great read for #PrideMonth! It‘s a beautiful book set in the ‘80s about a teenage girl trying to navigate through difficult family dynamics after the loss of her beloved artist uncle to AIDS.

“I thought of all the different kinds of love in the world. I could think of ten without even trying.”

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DivineDiana
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My current strategy to attack the ridiculous #MtTBR stack is to choose a book that also has an audio available to borrow. I was also looking for a book to celebrate #Pridemonth. This one is my choice.

Julsmarshall I‘ve been using that method for awhile now and it is helping me move through them much quicker! And I enjoyed this book, hope you do too! 2y
DivineDiana @Julsmarshall Glad I finally figured it out! 😂 I am enjoying it! 🙂 2y
Karisa Oooh, I‘ve been meaning to read that one forever too and just finished a book. Bumping it to the top of my list. 😊 2y
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DivineDiana @Karisa Sounds like a good idea! 😊 2y
Tamra I liked this one quite a lot! Worth a reread in fact. (edited) 2y
DivineDiana @Tamra I am liking it too! 2y
jlhammar I thought this was really good. Very moving. Hope you enjoy! 2y
DivineDiana @jlhammar Thank you for letting me know. I am sensing that I am soon to have my heart broken.💔 2y
BookwormM Loved this book 2y
DivineDiana @BookwormM I‘m happy to hear that! 🙂 2y
Tera66 This is one of top favorites of all time, wish I could read it for the first time all over again. 2y
DivineDiana @Tera66 I am captivated! 2y
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Julz422
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Picked this up at the used bookstore yesterday. I love summer 😎

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Ast_Arslan
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Eggs A great book 🖤💚🖤 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks One of my all time favorites 💚 2y
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Tera66
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#Two4Tuesday
@TheSpineView
Thank you for the tag, @eggs 🌺 and @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🌻
1. I can enjoy either kind of book as long as the writing is good.
2. 🐺

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 🤩📖📚 2y
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BethHagey
Pickpick

*****+

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erzascarletbookgasm
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#GratefulHarvest
Two books with title #Home . Tagged book was a good story about loneliness and friendship. I‘ve enjoyed Tryon‘s ‘The Other‘ and Harvest Home sounds as great.

Eggs Brilliant ❣️ 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I LOVE Wolves!! I am always recommending it!! 💚💚💚 3y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#LesserKnownBooks
#FallTreasures

LOVE this one!! 💚🖤💚

WJCintron Love the color effect!
I have a question, is it too late to join the #falltreasures? I would love to participate. 😃 👍
3y
jeannasser I own this book 😊 it‘s on my TBR for sure 3y
Librarybelle This was such an amazing book! It‘s one I recommend quite often. 3y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @WJCintron you can join anytime you wish!! ❤️ 3y
Eggs Agreed!! 3y
Tera66 Sooo good!💚 3y
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perfectsinner
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I've a feeling this book is gonna rip my heart out

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Tera66
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#WonderousWednesday @Eggs 🌷
1. I used to read tons of magazines, but I've been focused on books now. I have a huge TBR, and if I don't keep focused I'm never going to get anywhere.
2. Not really, my bestfriend reads but not like me. I'm the book obsessed one.
3. It's a feeling, when a book makes me feel that magic feeling.
4. My doctors. They are amazing.

Eggs Thanks so much for joining in📚👏🏻❤️ 3y
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Lesliereadsalot
Pickpick

What a family this is. Narrated by a young girl, we get to know her sister, her mother and her uncle. All well-developed characters and a good story about her navigating all these relationships.

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joidevivre55
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Jerdencon
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A little late but finally starting this one for #lmbpc #groupg @shellleigh33 I totally forgot at I hadn‘t read this (this is why I shouldn‘t be in 2 #lmpbc groups lol). Starting it today and will get it in the mail by next week. @staci.reads

Soubhiville Oh, I loved this book! I hope you do too. 3y
Tamra Great one! 3y
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TheDaysGoBy
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I finished Tell the Wolves I‘m Home and just yesterday watched The Normal Heart. One doesn‘t really have anything to do with the other except the time/setting/certain circumstances.

Tell the Wolves I‘m Home is about a 14 year old girl who loses her uncle she loved dearly to AIDS and she ends up developing a relationship with his lover she‘d known nothing about. The Normal Heart is set in NYC in the early 80s at the start of the AIDS crisis.

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TheDaysGoBy Both were so compelling, and yes, unrelated but I was still so struck with the similarities I saw when watching The Normal Heart (which was acted beautifully). They were also both heart wrenching with themes of loss and grief. I loved the book - was engrossed in all the characters and just loved everything about it. So yes, I rec it but I also rec The Normal Heart. It pulled similar feelings/threads for me 3y
Laughterhp Is that Mark Ruffalo and it looks like Matt Bomer but not sure. 3y
TheDaysGoBy @Laughterhp Yep! You nailed on both accounts. I‘d had it on my list because I‘d recently watched White Collar and fell in love with Matt Bomer. And he and Mark Ruffalo were so great in that movie. Great eye on your part! 3y
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Laughterhp I‘ve never seen the movie but I used to be obsessed with Matt Bomer because of White Collar! 3y
TheDaysGoBy @Laughterhp That‘s where I‘m living now - with an obsession for Matt Bomer 😂 I just thought he acted so great in White Collar…and obviously easy on the eyes 😉 I watched The Last Tycoon on Amazon Prime a few weeks ago where he played a Hollywood producer in the 40s and it was so good! 3y
Kimberlone Loved this book and The Normal Heart made me cry so hard when I watched it years ago 😭 3y
TheDaysGoBy @Kimberlone It was incredible! I tend not to cry much but that movie had me welling up. So sad! 3y
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annamatopoetry
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I'm so bored, so I'm posting about my favorite fiction - thinking this will be a list of 9 to fit on one post insta. Let's start with Tell the Wolves I'm Home, by Carol Rifka Brunt. It takes place in the eighties and is about June, who is fourteen and ugly and weird, and who just lost her beloved uncle to AIDS. As she is attempting to cope and learn more about him, she meets his long term partner and unravels some family secrets. Wonderful ⬇️

annamatopoetry portrayals of characters, I especially like how the mother is just an awful human being, absolutely horrible, I want to punch her, but she's not abusive. She's an ok mom, just morally bankrupt. This is also the only book I brought to book club that other people liked, especially those with older sisters. 3y
Tamra This was an unexpected delight of a read! 💙 (edited) 3y
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staci.reads
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It's a beautiful story, filled with all kinds of complicated relationships. I really enjoyed this one and poured through it quickly. I loved reading your thoughts, Michelle. @shellleigh33 . #lmpbc #groupG @suvata @laurenashley @Jerdencon

marleed It‘s one of my most often recommended books! 3y
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staci.reads
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Michelle, your book arrived this week! Super excited to read it! And Lauren, Girl, Woman, Other will be going out in the mail tomorrow - hope you enjoy! #LMPBC #groupg @shellleigh33 @laurenashley @Jerdencon

Tera66 This is one of my most favorite books ever! Written so beautifully. 3y
Soubhiville Such a great book! 3y
Twainy I cried 3y
staci.reads @Tera66 @Soubhiville @Twainy That makes me even more excited to read it! 3y
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ImperfectCJ
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Pickpick

What a lovely, honest novel. I was a few years younger than June in 1986, and my upbringing was quite different, but I relate to her feelings during those pre-AZT, latchkey kid, no cellphone times. And as an adult, I can relate to her parents and their fumbling attempts to do what's right for their children. With its look into relationships, identity, and growing up, this is a book I think my 15yo would appreciate.

Tamra Isn‘t it captivating? I couldn‘t put it down. 3y
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ImperfectCJ
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It probably doesn't quite count as the cat sitting with me since he didn't choose to join me, just chose not to get up when I joined him, but after almost six weeks with us and no lap sits, I'm taking what I can get.

And I'm really enjoying this book.

Jari-chan Great book and great sign of trust ❤ 3y
Ellies_Books06 It takes time, he will sooner than you think. 💙🐱💙 3y
mom2bugnbee Toe beans! He's a lovely kitty. 3y
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shellleigh33
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Okay #groupG #LMBPC this is the book I have chosen for this round. I am going to go with a green pen for my mark-up color. I hope everyone enjoys it.

Jerdencon Looking forward to it! 3y
staci.reads Awesome! 3y
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TheDaysGoBy
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@Texreader Thank you so much for everything! I love the book and the cute bookmark you clipped on as well as the magnetic shopping list. And the candy! You ran with the peppermint theme and gave me some new chocolates to try. I‘ve never had them and it‘s so cool they came from Scotland/the UK.

Thank you again so much! You‘re so sweet! Hope you have a wonderful holiday! 😀🎄

#jolabokaflodswap @MaleficentBookDragon

Texreader I had a lot of fun shopping for you. Glad you like everything 3y
squirrelbrain The book is wonderful! 3y
AmyG Such a great book. Merry Christmas 🎄 3y
Cathythoughts Beautiful pic ✨🎄 Happy Christmas 3y
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Erinreadsthebooks
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If y‘all aren‘t swapping books on Facebook, you‘re doing it wrong. 🤩

marleed Oh no! I‘m doing it wrong! 3y
Chab256 I discovered various fb swapping sites this year but wish I had known this existed earlier! 3y
Erinreadsthebooks @Chab256 Same here! I could‘ve saved lots of money 😅 3y
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elisebarker
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Pickpick

Oh man was this a wonderful book! Captures different types of relationships so well. The writing was great and the story was so heartbreakingly beautiful. A must read! Thank you @DimeryRene for recommending this book to me four years ago 😂

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GreenGrl87
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Ok, be warned the #catchup posts are coming! It‘s October 1st, and I just felt super compelled when I woke up to complete my remaining #3books challenge posts (I think this is especially since I was so close to being done). So here are 3 that gave me serious book hangovers! After I finished each of these, I was just like ‘what even is life‘. These #3books really got in my bones!

OriginalCyn620 📚👍🏻📚 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks The top two are two of my favorites ❤️❤️❤️ 4y
GreenGrl87 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks aren‘t they amazing!! Man, Tell the Wolves I‘m Home especially just seemed to hit me out of no where, I really wasn‘t expecting to love it the way I do, I guess because I hadn‘t heard very much about it beforehand unlike the others. 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @GreenGrl87 I wasn‘t either!!! I recommend it to everyone!! 4y
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Read-y_Picker
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A little late posting my #3books #setinnewyork but I had to do a little digging and I really enjoyed all of these.

OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 4y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I love to see people reading 💚💚 4y
Read-y_Picker @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks it was truly very moving. If I‘d had a hard copy I would have passed it on for sure. Starting with my sister... 4y
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