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The Alice Network
The Alice Network: A Novel | Kate Quinn
In an enthralling new historical novel from national bestselling author Kate Quinn, two women—a female spy recruited to the real-life Alice Network in France during World War I and an unconventional American socialite searching for her cousin in 1947—are brought together in a mesmerizing story of courage and redemption. 1947. In the chaotic aftermath of World War II, American college girl Charlie St. Clair is pregnant, unmarried, and on the verge of being thrown out of her very proper family. She's also nursing a desperate hope that her beloved cousin Rose, who disappeared in Nazi-occupied France during the war, might still be alive. So when Charlie's parents banish her to Europe to have her "little problem" taken care of, Charlie breaks free and heads to London, determined to find out what happened to the cousin she loves like a sister. 1915. A year into the Great War, Eve Gardiner burns to join the fight against the Germans and unexpectedly gets her chance when she's recruited to work as a spy. Sent into enemy-occupied France, she's trained by the mesmerizing Lili, the "Queen of Spies", who manages a vast network of secret agents right under the enemy's nose. Thirty years later, haunted by the betrayal that ultimately tore apart the Alice Network, Eve spends her days drunk and secluded in her crumbling London house. Until a young American barges in uttering a name Eve hasn't heard in decades, and launches them both on a mission to find the truth...no matter where it leads. “Both funny and heartbreaking, this epic journey of two courageous women is an unforgettable tale of little-known wartime glory and sacrifice. Quinn knocks it out of the park with this spectacular book!”—Stephanie Dray, New York Times bestselling author of America's First Daughter
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Lukens715
Alice Network | Kate Quinn
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Loved this read . The author kept me hooked throughout the entire book.

Nyangu2210 What is the book about? 2d
Lukens715 Female spies during WWI. 2d
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ATB
Alice Network | Kate Quinn
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If you have not read this yet... stop what you are doing and start reading it now.

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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“There are two kinds of flowers when it comes to women,” Eve said. “The kind that sit safe in a beautiful vase, or the kind that survive in any conditions . . . even in evil. Lili was the latter. Which are you?”

#France #LetsTravelJuly

Another one of my favorites!! 🇫🇷❤️🇫🇷

starlight97 Loved this one! 💙💙 5d
OriginalCyn620 ❤️❤️❤️🇫🇷 4d
TheBookHippie I still want to read this! 3d
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taraWritesSci
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My dental hygienist is in the same shopping center as Barnes & Noble, so of course I had to treat myself to a book afterwards! 😜

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KCCOkatey
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Been meaning to post this for a week! I‘ve been super super busy, I ended up working two 12 hour shifts last weekend so I didn‘t get to open it when we finally could. I LOVED MY BOX @mvegabec everything was super cute and I can‘t wait to read these. You did a great job, I know my TBR list is a hot mess. #summersantagoespostal @BookishMarginalia

mvegabec Hi Katey @KCCOkatey !! I am glad you liked it. I hope you enjoy this summer with the readings, have a wonderful weekend!!💗😁 3w
KCCOkatey @mvegabec 😍😍 3w
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UnabridgedPod
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Kate Quinn's The Alice Network was a pleasant surprise. I read about it when my book club chose it but somehow thought it was a WWII novel (and I'm still in the grasp of some WWII fatigue after over-reading books from that time period a couple of years ago). It takes, therefore, a special book set during that time period to knock me out of my aversion. Quinn's book was the perfect remedy, perhaps because it's WWII adjacent. (continued in comments)

UnabridgedPod The two narratives acutally take place in WWI, when we learn of Evelyn Gardiner's experiences as a spy, and right after WWII, as we see Charlotte St. Claire recruit Eve and her man-of-all-work Finn to locate her cousin Rose, lost during the war. These women are strong and layered characters, and the complexity of their development over the narrative is fascinating, with a perfect balance of character and plot. Can't wait to talk about it! 1mo
marleed I loved this book as well as her new book The Huntress. And this after suffering he same fatigue as you. 1mo
UnabridgedPod @marleed I‘ll have to try The Huntress then! 1mo
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Freespirit Wow great review! 😍 1mo
Daisey I also really enjoyed this and am looking forward to reading The Huntress. 1mo
UnabridgedPod @Daisey Me too! It looks great. 1mo
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bookwrm526
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Mehso-so

I read this for a group read, and I found it a little meh. I think I might be burned out on historical fiction around the wars, and I also feel like I wanted way more of Eve and a little less of Charlie. I would, however, read other books by this author, because I did enjoy the writing.

Caz1 I loved this book 1mo
bookwrm526 @Caz1 I can see why people would, but I think I was just having a little fatigue when I read it :) 1mo
Crazeedi @bookwrm526 after I read so many ww2 books I have to take a break, just too much for my heart to bear. Then I rejuvenate and pick up one again... 1mo
bookwrm526 @Crazeedi exactly!!! 1mo
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Nashy

"You know why none of us judge?" I bumped into his shoulder with mine until he finally looked down at me. "Because none of us has the goddamn right to look down our noses at anyone else's sins." ~Charlie St. Claire

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MandellaL
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/5 This was a fantastic read! I loved the characters and the narrative shifts. A lot of true history, too. I am generally a fan of books with great female protagonists and this book is full of ones that won't be easy to forget. I definitely recommend.

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Nashy

Poetry is like a passion-it should not be merely pretty; it should overwhelm and bruise. ~René Bordelon

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Nashy
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I'm absolutely loving this book and really appreciate how the author wrote it ❤ toodles 💫🤭

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Soubhiville
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@AmyG thank you so much for the birthday package! I love the pillow ❤️. I‘ll be taking the notepads and kitty tissues to work, they‘re cute and made me laugh. The coaster is on my coffee table. And I‘m excited for both of these books. You‘re so sweet! 💕

Hooked_on_books The pillow! 😍 1mo
MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz The tissues lol too cute! 1mo
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AmyG It was my pleasure. Hope you have a wonderful birthday! 😘 (edited) 1mo
CoffeeNBooks I loved The Alice Network! 1mo
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Nashy

"1947 was hell for any girl who would rather work calculus problems than read Vogue, any girl who would rather listen to Edith Piaf than Artie Shaw, and any girl with an empty finger and a rounding belly." ~Charlie St. Clair

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Eggbeater
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This book was adventurous, dramatic, witty, romantic, suspenseful, historical, educational, and heartbreaking. It seems impossible that the author managed to pack all of that into one novel, yet she has done so. The story doesn't allow for a moment's rest and women in it are incredible. I want to go out and buy a "morally questionable hat" to celebrate the book.??

marleed I loved this book and just read the huntress! 2mo
Eggbeater @marleed How was The Huntress? It is next on my list. 2mo
marleed I loved it - maybe as much as The Alice Network. In fact, it‘s my post for later today. I just posted for a challenge so thought I‘d wait a few hours before posting again! 2mo
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Daisey
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May was heavy on audio and light on text. I enjoyed some interesting books through the month and am picking The Alice Network and Spill as favorites. I also love The Return of the Shadow, but it‘s kind of a category of its own.

#MonthlyStats #ReadingStats

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MandellaL
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Loving the female characters in this book and the shifting narration.

Lynnsoprano One of my favorites! 2mo
CoffeeNBooks I loved this book! 2mo
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MandellaL
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1. The Alice Network, Kate Quinn; She's Come Undone, Wally Lamb; Girl Who Played with Fire, Stieg Larsen
2. Jackdaws, Ken Follet, part of this morning's book haul
3. The Sunflower, Simon Wiesenthal
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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MandellaL
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Reading to the backdrop of a spring storm. Smells and sounds beautiful here! And this book is fantastic! Thanks for the recommendation Litsy!

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BennettBookworm
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Awesome weekend in Philly exploring some treasured independent bookstores! I picked up my own copy of the tagged book, as well as some others for my students.

DivineDiana Glad you enjoyed your visit! 🙂 2mo
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starlight97
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Kate Quinn superbly intertwines real historical characters and true events with fictional details here and there, never twisting facts too much to fit her storyline. I devoured the author's note at the end (something I don't always do), learning which characters and events were real and which parts were made up by her. Brilliantly written and very well researched historical fiction. Recommended for those who like to read about both World Wars.

EH2018 Really looking forward to this one! 2mo
starlight97 @EH2018 I don't think it'll disappoint 😊 2mo
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EastWind76
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I've heard such great things about this book! My current goal is to read an average of 11 books per month, and I just finished #55, so maybe I can get ahead a little bit... 😉

TheBookAddict 🙌🏽 you can do it! I love the bookmark as well. 😻 2mo
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litsybookclub
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Discussion Question Number Three.

Kathrin A sociopath breaking every single joint in her hands! 😱😱😱 2mo
tpixie @Kathrin yes!!! 2mo
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litsybookclub
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Discussion Question Number Two.

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
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#GirlsLikeYou
#AMonthOfSongs

This prompt made me think of Eve, Rose, Alice, and Charlie (searching for her cousin Rose) and all of the other courageous female spies in The Alice Network...

Lynnsoprano One of my favorites ❤️ 2mo
thegirlwiththelibrarybag I‘m looking forward to this one - just finished her latest book (edited) 2mo
OriginalCyn620 👌🏻 I haven‘t read this one but have heard great things! (edited) 2mo
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thegirlwiththelibrarybag @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks, made me glad I swerved out of my ‘usual‘ lane to read it - loved it! Contender for my favourite book of the year. 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @thegirlwiththelibrarybag oh wow!!! I‘ve got to get it then!!! Thank you!! 2mo
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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I am more than half way to my reading challenge on Goodreads.

thegirlwiththelibrarybag 🥳🥳🥳 I wish I could say the same! 2mo
Ashley_Nicoletto Good job! You‘re crushing this year! 2mo
Emilymdxn Wow well done! 2mo
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ephemeralwaltz Amazing! 2mo
MallenNC How was Tan's book? I want to read all of their books this year! 2mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @MallenNC It was amazing. He is so honest, has a great sense of humor and I loved it. I have already read Karamo‘s book. I can‘t wait for Jonathan‘s and Antoni‘s books. I wish that Bobby would write one too. 2mo
MallenNC @Graciouswarriorprincess That‘s great to hear. I figured his book would be good. I have Karamo‘s on my TbR too. And I‘ll read all the other ones. 2mo
DGRachel Wow! That‘s amazing (and double where I‘m at for the year). 😱 2mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @DGRachel Thanks. I listen to a lot of audiobooks running and commuting to work. Work is only 20 minutes away but it still works for audiobooks. Plus I use my hour lunch to read. 2mo
DGRachel I like to use my lunch hour for reading, too, but for the next three weeks I won‘t be able to unless I want to stay at work an hour later, which I totally don‘t. 2mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @DGRachel I wouldn‘t do that either. I have to take my hour so I figure that I will use it wisely. 😉 2mo
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litsybookclub
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Discussion Question Number One.

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rjsthumbelina
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1. Teen, fantasy & sci-fi, historical fiction, thrillers, nonfiction
2.tagged
3. St Louis, MO
4. The couch or my bed! 🛋️🛏️
#oldmeetsnewgiveaway @Cinfhen

PerksOfBeingABookworm I live in STL! Are you here visiting or do you live here too? 2mo
Cinfhen I‘m also a bed or couch reader!!!!! Especially in the colder months 😜Thanks for sharing and posting💜 2mo
Cinfhen Congrats 🎉🎉🎉 🎉 your name was selected by the random drawer❤️send me an email with your address & I‘ll send you your 2 books cindyh666 at iCloud dot com 2mo
rjsthumbelina @PerksOfBeingABookworm I somehow missed this notification! I live in Arnold, which is like 40 minutes south of StL. 2mo
rjsthumbelina @Cinfhen email sent! Thanks 😊 2mo
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tpixie
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Finished the book today! I can‘t wait to talk about this at @litsybookclub this afternoon! #LitsyBookClub #WorldWarI #FemaleSpyies

rjsthumbelina I loved this book so much when I read it! 2mo
Larkken Beautiful flowers! Our irises only just bloomed 😊 2mo
DrexEdit Beautiful blooms!! 🌺🌺🌞🌞 2mo
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tpixie @rjsthumbelina yes! I think it‘s my favorite from 2019!! This and all of Fredrick Backman books I‘ve read so far and The Nightingale are my most recent favorites! 2mo
tpixie @Larkken oh fun! Ours are at the end of their peak. And it‘s going to rain all week so I‘m not certain how well they will holdinghold out. I was hoping they‘d be pretty for Bookclub on Thursday, but the rains will wilt them. Enjoy yours as they bloom! 2mo
tpixie @DrexEdit thanks!! 2mo
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litsybookclub
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We‘ll be starting our live discussion of The Alice Network by Kate Quinn tomorrow in 15 minutes. We hope you‘ll join us!

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/655944587

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Looking forward to our @litsybookclub discussion tomorrow at 2.30pm EST.

I know everyone loved the book, I think I will be the odd duck out in this one. 🤪🤪🤪

@tpixie @Daisey @Graciouswarriorprincess @SoniaC @Bookworm83

#audiobook #bookclub #scribd

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Elvira1
Pickpick

Love it ❤❤❤

RaimeyGallant On my list! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 2mo
Elvira1 Thank you ❤❤ 2mo
LitsyWelcomeWagon Welcome to Litsy! Here are direct links to #Litsytips: http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU. There‘s lots of fun things to do: book exchanges, buddy reads, photo challenges and more! 2mo
CoffeeNBooks I loved this book! Welcome to Litsy! 📚 1mo
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Daisey
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I was expecting a bit more about WWII but was happy to find it focused mostly on WWI and the aftermath of WWII. I thought the back and forth between Eve & Charlie‘s perspectives was well done. I felt strongly connected to both characters and enjoyed the group dynamic of Eve, Charlie, and Finn as well.

Looking forward to discussing this with #LitsyBookClub!

#audiobook #Hoopla

JazzFeathers I've read contradicting opinions about this book, but maybe it depends on the readers expectation. I know there are lots of readers who are into WWII, far less into WWI. But since l'm more into WWI instead, maybe l should try this, after all. 2mo
Daisey @JazzFeathers From the blurb, I definitely expected it to be more a story of two women in each war, but that is not the case. The war part of the story focuses on Eve‘s experience as a spy during WWI. I have read less about WWI, and therefore tend to find it a bit more interesting currently. 2mo
tpixie @JazzFeathers & @Daisey I really enjoyed this book & all of the characters! (edited) 2mo
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tpixie
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Still listening to The Alice network. Sitting outside enjoying the irises at there peak!
( NO PHOTOSHOPPING )

tpixie @Graciouswarriorprincess some spectacular ones bloomed this weekend! 2mo
kspenmoll So gorgeous! Thanks for posting! We have so much rain/cold here that flowers not emerging! My iris barely have buds. 2mo
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Tanisha_A Irises! ❤️ 2mo
Tanisha_A Check out the poem titled Irises, by Li Young Lee. It's beautiful! 2mo
mhillis Beautiful! They are blooming here too💚 2mo
Crazeedi Such gorgeous irises!! All I have are light purple! I love yours!!! 2mo
Soubhiville They‘re perfect! 2mo
Chrissyreadit I love your Irises!!! 2mo
jewright I‘ve never seen that orange type before. Mine aren‘t blooming yet. 2mo
stacybmartin Those are beautiful! 💜 2mo
Eggs A.Maz.Ing and so gorgeous 2mo
Palimpsest Gorgeous 2mo
tpixie @kspenmoll hopefully they will bloom soon!! We had hail tear up some of ours, but luckily not all! 2mo
tpixie @Tanisha_A thanks, I will! Ooh it‘s on YouTube! https://youtu.be/Ry5M73ZOYfc (edited) 2mo
tpixie @mhillis it‘s a fun time of year!! 2mo
tpixie @Crazeedi purple is pretty too! 2mo
tpixie @Soubhiville @Chrissyreadit @stacybmartin @Eggs @Palimpsest we get about three weeks of the whole iris garden looking great and then about 1.5 weeks before and after where they‘re just starting to bloom or fading away. It‘s a fun six weeks (edited) 2mo
tpixie @jewright The weather‘s been weird this year they will bloom soon 🥳 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Gorgeous! 2mo
tpixie @CoverToCoverGirl thanks!! I love to sit and read amongst them! 📚🌺📚 (edited) 2mo
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tpixie
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What a funny quote to read after Mother‘s Day!
this is an awesome read so far. I love the character Eve, she‘s a strong woman! This will be a great book to discuss with #LitsyBookClub

CoverToCoverGirl Excellent book! 2mo
tpixie @CoverToCoverGirl i‘m loving it so far! 2mo
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Aims42
Pickpick

This was a fantastic book! Totally had me guessing what was going to happen all the way to the last page 👍🏻 Definitely recommended to any historical fiction fans

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SoniaC
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Just finished this and can‘t wait to discuss it with @litsybookclub it was so good! Had me captivated from the start. Loved the characters and a hell of a story. Eve is a total badass!

Kathrin This one is next on my audio TBR. I am glad to read that you like it... I wasn't sure, if I would read this one, because I just finished a WWII book and there is only so much that I can take back to back on the topic. 2mo
SoniaC @Kathrin it really spoke to me. I think it was because of how much I enjoyed the three main characters. The narrator is good so I‘m glad you got the audio. Hope you enjoy it. There is a lot of talk about war but hoped that doesn‘t detract from your enjoyment. 2mo
Daisey @SoniaC @Kathrin I‘m about 3 hours from the end of the audio and agree it is so good! I really didn‘t want to stop listening when I got home from my drive this evening, but I will have to wait until tomorrow. 2mo
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SoniaC @Daisey so glad you are enjoying it. I just loved this one. 2mo
tpixie @Daisey @SoniaC @Kathrin i‘m enjoying it also! And it‘s actually about World War I so that‘s different! 2mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @Daisey @tpixie @Kathrin @SoniaC I am loving it so far. I am listening to it. It is so good. 2mo
Kathrin @Graciouswarriorprincess @Daisy @tpixie @SoniaC Wow... sounds like everyone loves it. I am still not done with a doorstopper nonfiction audio book. I hope I can get started on this obe by Thursday to make it to book club Sunday! 😥😥😥 2mo
SoniaC @Kathrin Its so good. Can‘t wait for you to start it. 2mo
tpixie @Kathrin yes! I agree with @SoniaC hurry up and finish that other book so you can read this one! Lol 😆 2mo
Kathrin @tpixie @SoniaC If my weeks keeps on developing like this, I might just have to put my other book on hold until Sunday! 😁😁😁 2mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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#BeatleMaynia #TicketToRide Eve Gardiner is part of the network of spies during WWII, and must travel back and forth delivering information.
@Eggs

Aims42 I‘m reading this right now! It‘s fascinating!! 2mo
CoffeeNBooks @Aims42 I loved this book! 2mo
Eggs Loved this book 2mo
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Kendrapedia A great recommendation if you like it is Code Name Verity. It's YA about a teen spy in France who's captured by the Nazis. Riveting! 2mo
CoffeeNBooks @Kendrapedia That sounds really interesting! I'm going to put it on my TBR list! 2mo
Abby_Bastian Loved this book!! 2mo
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Esmerelda1rm
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Starting Mother‘s Day weekend with a good book and a good cup of coffee! Happy Mother‘s Day everyone! #thealicenetwork #coffee

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tpixie
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Starting the Alice network for #LitsyBookClub but I also need to get started on the 100-year-old Man ... For #FriendsWithBooks Club
Today I‘m also celebrating that my daughter is finishing in nursing 🤱 school and is having her Pinning Ceremony today!

wanderinglynn Congrats to your daughter! That‘s exciting! 2mo
tpixie @wanderinglynn thanks!! We are so happy for her! 2mo
Cortg Congratulations to you and your daughter!
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tpixie @Cortg thanks!!! She‘s worked really hard! She used to not be a good student, and now lo and behold when she has a purpose she‘s a straight a student!!! Now my prayers are that she passes her aren‘t test the first time around!! She‘s been studying hard! 2mo
Marmie7 That's awesome, congratulations to her and hope she does well on her boards! Tell her not to "overthink" the questions. She's got this! 2mo
Graciouswarriorprincess Congratulations to your daughter and you! I am listening to the Alice Network and it is amazing! 2mo
Aims42 I'm currently reading 'The Alice Network' and I can't put it down! Hoping to finish it this weekend. Congrats to your daughter!! 🎉 2mo
CouronneDhiver 🌺❤️🌺❤️ 2mo
Gissy Yes, congratulations to your daughter! 🎓A proud mom! 2mo
tpixie @Marmie7 great advice! Thx! 2mo
tpixie @Graciouswarriorprincess thanks! I‘ve just started listening, but I think I‘ll love it too! 2mo
tpixie @Aims42 I really like Eve and Charlie! Thx! Maybe you should join #LitsyBookClub this month and discuss the book with us!! @litsybookclub 2mo
tpixie @CouronneDhiver ♥️♥️♥️ 2mo
Aims42 @tpixie oooo I should! I hadn‘t heard that‘s the book that‘s being read this month, thanks! ☺️ 2mo
tpixie @Aims42 😉☺️ 2mo
tpixie @Gissy thanks!!! 2mo
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Daisey
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My #CurrentlyReading list is getting a bit out of control while also dealing with the last few weeks of the school year.

📖 The Return of the Shadow for #YearofTolkien #LotRHistory
📖 Elective Affinities for #Reading1001 Randomized list and readalong with @jewright
🎧 The Castle of Otranto for #Reading1001 #TBRTakedown
📖 The Hunchback of Notre Dame on #SerialReader for #Hugonuts readalong, also #1001books
🎧 The Alice Network for #LitsyBookClub

JazzFeathers You're deep into classics, l see 😆 2mo
jewright @Daisey Just a bit out of control. 2mo
Daisey @JazzFeathers Yep! I had hoped to finish Elective Affinities before starting one of the others, but I‘m still working on it. I just couldn‘t pass up the Notre Dame readalong. 2mo
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BarbaraJean 😂But readalongs and book clubs are just so enticing! 2mo
Daisey @BarbaraJean So true!! 2mo
rjsthumbelina That is ambitious! 2mo
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thismamareads247
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The courage & dedication that these women had was astounding. They sacrificed everything.This had been a hard read for me because as I progressed through the story, I felt every year, every emotion Evelyn went through. I was Charlotte, searching high and low for a friend who could very well be dead.The Alice Network was skillfully written, transitioned smoothly between past and present. I can't wait to jump into my next read by Kate, The Huntress.

tpixie I agree! This is my favorite books from 2019! If you can join us today at 2:30 PM Eastern time to discuss it. Check out @litsybookclub 2mo
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Jacqui2222
Pickpick

Amazing, page turner, couldn‘t put down.

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starla216
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Started reading this one today. Loving it so far! Can‘t wait to see how the two stories intertwine..

RaimeyGallant On my list! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 2mo
Chelleo Welcome to Litsy! 2mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🌺 2mo
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JulAnna
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Enjoying a bit of quiet this Saturday morning.
I like this so far, a juxtaposition of storylines from both the first and the second World Wars. 🤓

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New month, new nook. Please join us in reading “The Alice Network”. Questions, ask @Bookworm83 or @Graciouswarriorprincess .

Kathrin Hmmmm.... I am glad I looked for the date for this month's book club... I definitely need to pick this one up next in order to make it for our discussion. 2mo
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Nashy
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My love, bought it for me❤🙁

DebinHawaii One of my favorites. 🤗Enjoy! 3mo
xxjenadanxx So good! 3mo
Nashy @DebinHawaii thanks!!❤ 3mo
Nashy @xxjenadanxx ❤🥰 3mo
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Kaila-ann
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Yay #bookmail. Between #litsylove and #bookcrossing I am getting a little bit spoiled 😊. #bookcrosser #happymail #bookswap #travelingbooks #wishlist

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Redwritinghood
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Mehso-so

Pretty good story, but I think it would have been better if the focus was on the female WWI spy rather than bringing in the other characters. The post-WWII characters seem thrown in mainly for the romance angle. While Eve was a great character, the others seemed somewhat cliche. Not bad, but I felt the book could have been pared down and more focused. 3⭐️

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Loved the book except for the romance.

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