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Who Fears Death
Who Fears Death | Nnedi Okorafor
International award-winning Nnedi Okorafor enters the world of magical realist literature with a powerful story of genocide in the far future and the woman who reshapes her world.In a post-apocalyptic Africa, the world has changed in many ways, yet in one region genocide between tribes still bloodies the land. A woman who has survived the annihilation of her village and a terrible rape by an enemy general wanders into the desert hoping to die. Instead, she gives birth to an angry baby girl with hair and skin the color of sand. Gripped by the certainty that her daughter is different--special--she names her Onyesonwu, which means "Who fears death?" in an ancient language. It doesn't take long for Onye to understand that she is physically and socially marked by the circumstances of her violent conception.She is Ewu--a child of rape who is expected to live a life of violence, a half-breed rejected by both tribes. But Onye is not the average Ewu. Even as a child, she manifests the beginnings of a remarkable and unique magic. As she grows, so do her abilities, and during an inadvertent visit to the spirit realm she learns something terrifying: Someone powerful is trying to kill her.Desperate to elude her would-be murderer and to understand her own nature, she embarks on a journey in which she grapples with nature, tradition, history, true love, and the spiritual mysteries of her culture, and ultimately teaches her why she was given the name she bears: Who Fears Death.
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1. WHO FEARS DEATH by Nnedi Okorafor
2. ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️
3. Try to #readharder by listening to more audiobooks, and also listen to more memoir.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Sun👏🏼day👏🏼 Fun👏🏼day👏🏼

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ReadosaurusText
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First read of 2020. I can‘t wait to see all that this year has in store, and the new decade feels like a fresh start! 🎉

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DaveGreen7777
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Day 2 of the #Fallisbooked photo challenge by @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks and @OriginalCyn620

#OrangeCover 🍊🧡 - I complemented this beautiful book cover with my Philip K Dick inspired “Iron Maiden” shirt since Eddie‘s coat has a bit of an orange tint to it. Plus, Iron Maiden seems like a good soundtrack for Halloween month! 🎃

LibrarianRyan Very good match 4mo
DaveGreen7777 @LibrarianRyan Thank you! 😊🧡 4mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Iron Maiden is always a good choice 🤘 4mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love it!!! 🧡🖤🧡🖤 4mo
DaveGreen7777 @ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I totally agree! 🤘🎤🎸🎶 4mo
DaveGreen7777 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You‘re the best! 😊🧡 4mo
OriginalCyn620 Nice cover! And pic! 🧡 4mo
DaveGreen7777 @OriginalCyn620 Why, thank you! 😊 4mo
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GatheringBooks
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#FallIsBooked Day 1: At the top of my #OctoberTBR are my #ScreamsByMail titles that I am crossing my fingers will reach me soon. Thank you to my #HorrorPostalBookClub group for being ever so patient as I go through an international move and changes in residence. We also just launched our new reading theme on witches, dryads, priestesses, goddesses. Suggested titles are most welcome!!

GatheringBooks @kamoorephoto do send me your new residence address to my gatheringbooks@yahoo.com mail as soon as you are able to. sending you lots of@positive energies, love, and light! 💕🧚🏼‍♀️📚 4mo
Reggie Waking the Moon by Elizabeth Hand. 4mo
GatheringBooks @Reggie awesome! I put it immediately into my Goodreads to find stack. 4mo
OriginalCyn620 I hope to get to a The Testaments soon! (edited) 4mo
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GivenLemons
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By no means an easy read, but an important one and I really liked it! I really enjoyed the classic fantasy narrative with the addition of timely and critical themes. I loved the ending!

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Pogue
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Library haul, and library book sale. I do NOT have a problem.

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j9brown
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I'm torn! The setting was awesome and the main character was kick-ass. But it was a tad to graphic even for me. And the use of magic didn't always make sense - there were places where it wasn't used when it should have been, and places where it was too conveniently powerful.
Giving it a Pick anyway, I was invested in all the characters regardless of my issues with the plot. And the setting really was super cool and unique.

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GrilledCheeseSamurai
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#LetsTravelJuly #Africa

A post apocalyptic African fantasy novel (with trigger warnings all over it).

I liked it well enough though. Even as gritty and hard to read as some of it was.

This was also my first Nnedi Okorafor novel. 😁

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
@OriginalCyn620

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚👍🏻❤️ 6mo
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TheBookDream
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Pre-work book date. Top is mine, bottom is my boyfriend‘s book. Work soon though.

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Thndrstd
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Yesterday was my birthday. A couple of friends gave me these gifts. Both were already on my TBR list but they didn‘t know that.
#Yay!

Lauram Happy Birthday! 🎂 6mo
Thndrstd @Lauram thank you 6mo
Librarybelle Happy Birthday! 6mo
Thndrstd @Librarybelle thank you 6mo
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TheBookDream
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Hiding in an aisle for some #24in48 reading before work. My favorite book I‘ve been reading.

Eyelit That‘s a good one! 6mo
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TheBookDream
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#24in48 check-in. I actually had another 36 minutes on the clock at least, but one a tradition I...screwed up the timer. I was using TimeCamp too, so that shouldn‘t have happened. Whatever. If I make 2-4 hours I‘ll be happy. Very busy day though.

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tessavi
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A great story set in a tough world, not too different from our own. I would have preferred more focus on the magic instead of the personal relationships. This was better written than the Binti trilogy.

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego HBO is making a TV adaptation. (With GRRM as executive producer. Cuz ya know he has nothing else he could be doing rn. 🤪 But I'm looking forward to it! ) 6mo
tessavi @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I heard! Curious how it will turn out. 6mo
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hissingpotatoes
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Panpan

1/5⭐ The beginning w/ Onye trying to fit into society was decent. By the middle I was so lost in how the world works that I disconnected completely. The magic system isn't explained. New abilities appear only when convenient to the plot but underused in mitigating obstacles later. Onye is combative & despicable. Characters bounced instantly between anger & laughter. The relationships & plot, especially in the end, were incomprehensible. #bookemon

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Brewychock48
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An excellent story. A grand adventure, lots of action,some quite disturbing. Wow📚😍💗

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Brewychock48
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I am really into this book. A really great read. Yes,it had disturbing parts,but it is very interesting.
Well,I finished Who Fears Death. Wow,I loved it. What an incredible story. Excellent . A grand ending

tournevis I love it and I rec it. A lot. 10mo
KathyWheeler I‘ve owned this for years; I need to read it. 10mo
Brewychock48 @KathyWheeler ,it is really good 10mo
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Kalalalatja
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Mehso-so

Like: the setting, the world and magic building, Okorafor‘s writing

Dislike: too long, I struggled with being focused on the audio narration

Don‘t get me wrong, it is a good book! It just didn‘t work too well on audio for me 🤷‍♀️

#CliFi #Booked2019

Cinfhen Sounds better than my choice for #CliFi 10mo
Kalalalatja @Cinfhen what are you reading/ have you read for the prompt? 10mo
Cinfhen I read this book and it was BAD 10mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen @Kalalalatja I‘m looking forward to mine! 10mo
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Lizpixie
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#BookMail Pt11 I ordered this book as my #CliFi entry for #Booked2019 over 3 weeks ago from Booktopia.Took it‘s time getting here from the other side of Sydney! I love Booktopia,they have a great selection, even have signed books a lot & the prices are ok for Australia,but the last six orders I‘ve had to prompt them with messages & emails to send books that are flagged as allocated to my order.Don‘t know what‘s going on at their warehouse🤷🏻‍♀️

Kalalalatja I‘m listening to this at the moment, and I hadn‘t thought it could be used for a prompt, so thanks for inspiring me! 10mo
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Gezemice
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This is a tough book; a coming of age story, but its main themes are genocide, weaponized rape, genital mutilation, systemic abuse and oppression of women. This heavy dose of reality is interwoven with stories of friendship, love, family, growing up and learning; and blended with the mysticism and spirit world of West Africa. The book takes place both in the deserts of Africa and the magical world of powerful sorcerers and wise women. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Gezemice @collegecatlady , thank you for the recommendation, it was really good! I finished it about a week ago but I had a hard time formulating thoughts about it. It is a complicated but unique book. #newyearwhodis @monalyisha (edited) 12mo
Literaturenut Oh, I‘ve been wanting to read more of her work ever since LeVar Burton read one of her short stories on his podcast. 12mo
Gezemice @Literaturenut This is a good one! My favorite is the Binti series, however. 12mo
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collegecatlady I‘m so glad you enjoyed it. Definitely an amazing story. 12mo
Gezemice This is a difficult book to review in a few words. Full review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2623762849 12mo
Gezemice @collegecatlady Definitely! Very creative and unique. It is fantasy but rooted in a very tough dose of reality. 12mo
monalyisha Litsy reviews can be so hard! 12mo
Gezemice @monalyisha Yes, especially for complex books! 12mo
Literaturenut @Gezemice oooh, I‘ll have to check it out. Thanks! 12mo
Gezemice @Literaturenut Enjoy! Binti is short, although all her books are page-turners. 12mo
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heikemarie
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Going to put the phone in airplane mode and read as much of this as I can today. Featuring my older lady friend, Arya. #CatsofLitsy

Carolyn11215 I love torties! 12mo
wanderinglynn What a beautiful cat! ❤️🐱 12mo
LauraBeth She looks regal 👑 12mo
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heikemarie @Carolyn11215 I didn‘t know I did but now that I have two I‘m seeing a pattern! 12mo
heikemarie @wanderinglynn thank you!! Unfortunately she is well aware ☺️ 12mo
heikemarie @LauraBeth Don‘t let her hear you, she already has delusions of grandeur ☺️ 12mo
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MirrorMask
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“We all are born with burdens. Some of us more than others.”

I debated whether I should make this a Pick or not, but I decided that the good outweighed the bad. Onye is Ewu, a child of rape, and instead of being treated with compassion, everyone around her hates that she exists. A child born from violence, can only be violent being their theory. I loved the worldbuilding and the stories from the Great Book. However, her "friends" weren't great.

MirrorMask Prompt 18 : Compared to Game of Thrones #SFFTBRChallenge @DuckOfDoom 12mo
DuckOfDoom I recently bought the book, I really look forward to reading it! 12mo
MirrorMask @DuckOfDoom I hope you enjoy it! 12mo
tournevis I loved this book! 12mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I liked this book overall, but it didnt feel post apocalyptic to me. 12mo
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Sarah.Kat
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"She is my hope."

Smrloomis Oh my goodness look at those cheeks! 🧡🧡🧡 11mo
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Gezemice
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@collegecatlady - I have received your list and was very excited! Your reading is much more contemporary than mine, so I had to research pretty much all titles, as I have not read them yet. I have picked these to read from your
list in January. I have read several from Nnedi Okorafor, and loved her books. The Enchanter looks like a pre-cursor to Lolita, which I found a piece of genius, so I am looking forward to it!
#NewYearWhoDis @monalyisha

Yeah_I_Read That cover is everything ❤️❤️ 13mo
collegecatlady Yes! These are both such wonderful books and I hope you enjoy them like I did! I‘m looking forward to seeing your updates about them 13mo
Gezemice @collegecatlady This should be fun! I am looking forward to your updates, too! 13mo
Gezemice @Yeah_I_Read Yes, I found it lovely! 13mo
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broughtyoubooks
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I was almost scared to start on this book. Got interested in it because Nnedi posted about how her original publishers tried to whitewash the cover, and so I picked it up when I found it at a book fest. Heavy stuff, bluntly stated in a way that most books don't do or else leave as backdrop from the proper story, and established within an incredible piece of speculative fiction.

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Angitron
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Overall I enjoyed this one! Very dark subject matter though, which made it a tough read at points. And I was also frustrated with the “a prophecy has foretold...” trope that we see time and time again in fantasy. That being said, the writing was solid, the main character was interesting, and I really appreciated the ending.

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bell7
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Onyesonwu is an Ewu, or child of rape, but she is intelligent, determined and angry at anyone who gets in her way. She also has magical ability, though people in her village are reluctant to teach her. The first words drew me in immediately, and this sometimes violent book touches on race, sexism and more, while defying a simple genre classification. The first I've read by this author and definitely not the last!

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carolynnrising
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Whew. Been a while since a book brought me to actual tears. This was long, but worth it. The dystopian fantasy element is really engaging, and the feeling throughout of wondering and wanting to know what future this IS is gripping.

EliNeedsMoreShelves I had a feeling this would be fantastic... 1y
carolynnrising Yep. It‘s in your pile! 1y
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ladyneverwhere
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Nnedi Okorafor is one of the best fantasy authors working today. She writes fantasy and sci -fi novels for adults, teens and middle grade readers. Who Fears Death is a heartbreaking and gorgeous read. According to a 2009 interview on Patrick Rothfuss' blog, Okorafor's favorite book is, "The Talisman by Stephan King and Peter Straub."

#agameoffavorites @ErinSueG @WhiskeyMistress

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thelizflynn
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This is AWESOME.

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bell7
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Weekend plans 📚🎉🐕

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collegecatlady
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This is my first Okorafor even though I have most of her books on my TBR shelf. This novel was AMAZING. Anyone who is a fan of fantasy and epic tales, this is for you! Okorafor is a tremendous writer!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

With that, I have completed the top three picks decided by you guys from my #makemereadit stack!

2BR02B I loved this. Her writing is so evocative, I could practically feel the desert sand under my feet while I was reading it. 2y
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collegecatlady
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Starting on choice number three from my #makemereadit stack! Thanks to everyone who voted!

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Trismegistus
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Mehso-so

I really enjoyed the unique non-Western Europe fantasy setting and magical system. The observations on sexism and racism were also spot on. But learning to see beyond one's self-absorption to commiserate with others is also an important element of the hero's quest storyline, and the main character never did that here--never even tried--which ultimately kept this novel from living up to its full potential.

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Molz
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Loved the story, the blend of ordinary and extraordinary.

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collegecatlady
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Here‘s my stack for #makemereadit! Vote for which one I should read in the comments! Hopefully I can get to all of these in August in the order they‘re voted for.

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monalyisha Interested in reading more reviews! ♋️🎏🐟🐟🌊 2y
arubabookwoman #1984 (How do you do that marker thing for books?) 2y
ReadingEnvy Who Fears Death 2y
KarenUK One of my all time favorites! 2y
collegecatlady @arubabookwoman When you post a comment, there‘s a little flag button that you can click and search a book! 2y
Abby2 Never let me go 2y
CoffeeNBooks 1984 2y
Kalalalatja Without question 2y
Billypar 1984 2y
collegecatlady The current tally is: 1984 - 16; Never Let Me Go - 15; Who Fears Death - 4; The Pisces - 3; The Scarlet Gospels - 3; Made For Love - 2 2y
La_Cori I really liked this book, so I vote for 2y
collegecatlady The current tally is: Never Let Me Go - 23; 1984 - 19; The Scarlet Gospels - 6; Who Fears Death - 5; The Pisces - 3; and Made for Love - 2 2y
2BR02B I can't decide between Never Let Me Go and Who Fears Death. They're both faves. 2y
hes7 Never Let Me Go!! 2y
collegecatlady Never Let Me Go - 27, 1984 - 19, The Scarlet Gospels - 7, Who Fears Death - 6, The Pisces - 3, Made for Love - 2 2y
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InLibrisVeritas
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Saw this one sale for $1.99 and had to grab it!

Tamra Thanks for posting! 2y
2BR02B This is a fantastic book. Enjoy! 👍 2y
JanJan So good! 2y
InLibrisVeritas @Tamra Happy to help! 😊 2y
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego
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#bestiebookclub #may

Just finished this book. Really well written & engaging. I love reading books that take place in other countries/cultures. I need to read the prequel now. It's meant to postapocalypic, but it felt more like I was reading a historical fiction or even a contemporary rural storyline. Except for the few times it mentioned computers. (Cont. 👇👇)

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego But then again in a postapocalypic scenario it's realistic that society would be forced to return to more basic/primitive way of living/traditions. I need more explanation as why it's a PA setting though. I also think I may have missed some social commentary aspects. But all of the above concerns just make me want to read/learn more! 2y
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I also loved that Onye was a total feminist icon! No f%@ks given. ✊♀️ 2y
TieDyeDude I just finished the Binti trilogy, and I'm very interested in reading more by her. 2y
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ReviewsMayVary
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Interrupting my reading stint to bring you this picture of my reading partner. #Readathon

rubyslippersreads 😻😻😻 2y
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amma-keep-reading
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This book was doing the absolute most in the best way and literally gave me ALL the feels. I really really really hope for another installment of this series and I pray that the TV version does the story and it's characters justice.

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AdaChivers
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I'm in love with this book, and I wrote a huge review in Portuguese and I don't think I'll be able to do the same in English! I'm overwhelmed!
Please, do yourself a favor and read this book!

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Mitch
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Set in a post-apocalyptic African state – Onyesonwu, her partner & friends, set out on a quest to halt the genocide of their community. There was lots here to like – the haziness of the near future, Onye‘s shape shifting powers, the magical realism and the exploration of gender politics, written with gutsiness. The story line though was predicable. Optioned for HBO with George R R Martin as executive producer – I‘ll definitely be tuning in!

heikemarie This cover!! I like it so much better than mine! 2y
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Can't wait to read this! 2y
Mitch It is beautiful isn‘t it. @inwhichHeikereadsharder 2y
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Mitch I enjoyed it @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Even though the main character is a little unlikeable and there‘s lots of angst - I loved the way she used certain themes to really drive the story 2y
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego @Mitch now that I've read the book, I have to say I quite liked Onye and her f%@k the patriarchy attitude. 😊 2y
Mitch @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Glad you liked it. She reminded me of a younger self! Maybe it‘s time to reconnect with that spirit ! 2y
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Mitch
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#marchwrapup
It‘s been an interesting months reading - some epic adventures (5⭐️ for Ship of Magic) and an epic disaster ( 2⭐️ The Adulterants). Failed with the non fiction this month though 😕

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Kamisha
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I‘ve completed my first season of #Booked2018! Such a fun challenge!
.Olympic sport: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler‘s Olympics ⭐️⭐️
.Body positive novel or memoir: She‘s Come Undone⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
.POC author: Who Fears Death⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
.Cozy mystery: Still Life⭐️⭐️⭐️
.Feminist classic: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
.Unconventional Romance: foolish hearts ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Off to plan next season! 😁

Cinfhen Yay!!! Looks like you enjoyed your books except for the cozy...same!!! 2y
4thhouseontheleft 🎉🎉🎉 I read the same book for the Feminism prompt. I‘m glad you enjoyed most of them! 2y
Kamisha @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft It‘s been so fun! Thank you guys for starting this challenge! 2y
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Jas16
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Thank you all again for all of the birthday wishes. I love this community so much. It has been a lovely day and included some new me books purchased at the Friends of the Public Library store and reading by the water.

Smangela Happy Birthday! 2y
Smangela Great haul 😍 2y
Jas16 @Smangela Thank you so much! 2y
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mcipher Happy birthday!! 🎈🎂👏🥂 2y
LeahBergen How lovely that there was a library sale on your birthday! And you got some great ones, too. 😍 2y
Jas16 @mcipher Thank you! 2y
Jas16 @LeahBergen I actually visited their bookstore but I had a coupon and managed to get this stack for only $18 so I was pretty pleased. 2y
monalyisha Great finds! Happy birthday to you! 🎉 2y
Jas16 @monalyisha Thank you!! 2y
Ingerella Happy, happy Birthday! 🎂🍰 2y
vivastory Happy Birthday! 📚🎉👏🎂 2y
CoverToCoverGirl Happy Birthday 🎂 2y
tammysue Happy Birthday!! 🎂 🎉 2y
dragondrool Happy birthday! 2y
Megabooks Happy birthday!!?🎂🎊🎈🎉 2y
Jas16 @whatshesreadingnow @dragondrool @Booksandcooks Thank you! It has been a great day. 2y
Reggie Happy belated birthday 🎂!!!! 2y
Moray_Reads Happy birthday! What a great stack. I loved Autumn and Burial Rites 🎂🎂🎂 2y
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Mitch
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1 - I need more than 1! Tagged book & Jade City
2- Not really. I‘m self employed, Holidays are a thing of the past!
3- Daffodils ( if I had to choose- only because I know their name!)
4- Alternate nibbles of each!

#manicmonday
@JoScho

JoScho Daffodils 🌼💛 2y
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thegreentealibrarian
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This book destroyed me. So amazing.
Friendship, love, fate, and magic in a speculative future with issues not that much removed from our own. And no easy answers. Stunning and painful.

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Mitch
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The English language needs a word for “ pre-ordered this so long again I‘d forgotten about so it was super exciting to open it in today‘s #bookmail” ! The English language is so lacking at times!🤣

Cathythoughts There‘s a question! 2y
Liatrek What‘s a beautiful cover! 2y
buecherwurm In German I'd go with Überraschungslieferungsfreude (surprise delivery joy) 😂 I just invented this but it would be correct 😂 2y
Mitch Love that - @buecherwurm 😂 2y
Soubhiville @buecherwurm that‘s perfect! 2y
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