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The Flight Attendant
The Flight Attendant: A Novel | Chris Bohjalian
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Guest Room, a powerful story about the ways an entire life can change in one night: A flight attendant wakes up in the wrong hotel, in the wrong bed, with a dead man - and no idea what happened. Cassandra Bowden is no stranger to hungover mornings. She's a binge drinker, her job with the airline making it easy to find adventure, and the occasional blackouts seem to be inevitable. She lives with them, and the accompanying self-loathing. When she awakes in a Dubai hotel room, she tries to piece the previous night back together, already counting the minutes until she has to catch her crew shuttle to the airport. She quietly slides out of bed, careful not to aggravate her already pounding head, and looks at the man she spent the night with. She sees his dark hair. His utter stillness. And blood, a slick, still wet pool on the crisp white sheets. Afraid to call the police - she's a single woman alone in a hotel room far from home - Cassie begins to lie. She lies as she joins the other flight attendants and pilots in the van. She lies on the way to Paris as she works the first class cabin. She lies to the FBI agents in New York who meet her at the gate. Soon it's too late to come clean-or face the truth about what really happened back in Dubai. Could she have killed him? If not, who did? Set amid the captivating world of those whose lives unfold at forty thousand feet, The Flight Attendant unveils a spellbinding story of memory, of the giddy pleasures of alcohol and the devastating consequences of addiction, and of murder far from home.
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alecia3dixie
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Panpan

Ugh. I didn't like this one at all. Every other sentence was about drinking and alcohol. I don't care if books talk about that, but it didn't need so much of it. Also I know this character is suppose to be drunk a lot, but even when she was sober she made the most stupid decisions. I can't stand books that make their main characters make stupid decisions at every turn. Just can't stand it. And what the hell was that ending? 1/5

swishandflick Totally agree, I felt the same way! I think my least favorite thriller trope is the "what happened while I was black out drunk" schtick. 2d
alecia3dixie I am thinking I am the same way 😅 2d
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AprilMae
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Love love love my package!!! #cozyfallswap Not sure who was more excited for my box, me or my cat lol!!! Once picture was taken he stole my stickers!!! 😂😂😂😸🍁 thank you @TheBookDream !!! @Endowarrior21

TheBookDream I‘m so glad! 😊 1mo
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wanderinglynn
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Fun article in the Washington Post where 9 authors share their favorite shelves, including our favorite Litsy author @ChrisBohjalian

https://www.washingtonpost.com/books/2022/07/28/book-organizing-authors/

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Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick
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Pickpick

Well this was fun! I have NOT watched the show so I was interested throughout to see what was going to happen. Cassandra is a flight attendant who enjoys her drunken debauchery. After a night in Dubai, she wakes up next to a dead body. This is the story of Cassandra trying to fill figure out what happened when she got black out drunk, how to deal with the situation, and what's next. I listened on audio and enjoyed having three different ⬇️

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vlwelser
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Pickpick
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 5mo
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bookandbedandtea
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Pickpick

The beginning and end of this book were both really good but it dragged in the middle. I liked how it wrapped up (despite it being hard to believe) so I'm calling it a pick but it's a soft one for me.

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BookedBySunrise
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Mehso-so

This is my 3rd Chris Bohjalian novel, after Midwives and The Hour of The Witch both of which I rated 5 stars. I enjoy it but was my least of the 3 and I will probably rate a 3 on good reads. Still will not be my last of his. The ending was unpredictable but very unrealistic and I found it humorous for some reason. Shes a very unlikable character that has a drinking problem which causes a hard fast downward spiral.

Maria514626 Oh, that‘s disappointing! It sounded so good. This one was amazing. (edited) 5mo
BookedBySunrise @Maria514626, That one is on my To be read list. He is a very good author so I'll continue to read his work. 5mo
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bookandbedandtea
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The weather has cooled so my audiobook and I are enjoying a little porch time. 😊

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CoffeeNBooks
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Pickpick

This was my first @ChrisBohjalian book, and it certainly won't be my last. Wow! So many unexpected twists and turns in the plot, I didn't want to put it down. Cassandra is a flight attendant who likes to drink too much and have a good time. She flirts with a man on one of her flights and ends up spending the night with him, but wakes up the next morning to find him dead.

CoffeeNBooks Thank you @Soubhiville for hosting #AuthorAMonth, which prompted me to pick this up. And this is the first #AAM book I've finished all year! 6mo
Crinoline_Laphroaig My Bookclub is reading later this Summer. 6mo
BookNerd9906 I can‘t believe it‘s your first Chris Bohjalian; your such an avid reader! My favorite is The Double Bind. He‘s from New England (and so am I) so he‘s low key my favorite local celebrity. (edited) 6mo
CoffeeNBooks @BookNerd9906 The Double Bind sounds so good! I just downloaded it from the library- maybe I can actually read a 2nd #AuthorAMonth book this month! 6mo
CoffeeNBooks @Crinoline_Laphroaig It's so good, and it will be a great book club book, because there's so much to talk about and try to figure out! 6mo
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Melismatic
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Pickpick

While the lead character is a mess (are we supposed to find her comedic? I don‘t - I feel sorry for her), I enjoyed this, esp the ending. Never saw the television series but this makes me want to watch to see if there are any differences. #AuthorAMonth

Soubhiville I felt the same as you- girl had issues! I watched a few episodes of the series but ultimately it wasn‘t for me. Surprise surprise I liked the book better. 😆📚 6mo
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Gissy
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Mehso-so

I liked the premise of this book. It has action, mystery and suspense. I think it describes very well a person who has drinking problems where the person take poor decisions to resolve problems that usually put his/her life at risk, no self control. But the ending of this novel was so abrupt, too easy and unbelievable😳It was like a great fall how it ended🤷🏽‍♀️3⭐️

Gissy #BookSpinBingo @TheAromaOfBooks
May 2022 #AsianReadathon prompt-read a book by Asian author. This is an Armenian author
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TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 7mo
Suet624 I agree. 7mo
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ChrisBohjalian
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Celebrate The Flight Attendant TV series, season two, which lands April 21 on HBO Max : the eBook of the novel that inspired the award-winning show is on sale for $1.99 for a limited time. ✈️📚 (U.S. only)

marleed Season Two - I can‘t wait! 8mo
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lynneamch
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Really enjoyed audio of this gripping thriller. Chris is a #litsyauthor who posts about what he is reading as well as his own books. Looking forward to his new one, The Lioness, in May. Follow him at @ChrisBohjalian #Airplane #SavvySettings @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

Eggs So good ✈️😱🤩 9mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty 💙✈️ 9mo
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candc320
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Mehso-so

This wasn‘t nearly as good as I thought it would be 😕. The main character, Cassie, was so unlikeable. She completely refuses to take any responsibility for her actions or change anything for the majority of the story. She just does what she wants at all times, regardless of the outcomes, but expects those she comes into contact with to do as she says or becomes indignant. The show did such a better job building her character and making 👇🏻

candc320 Cont‘d: making her seem so much more sympathetic and well rounded. It also made me care more for the other characters, while the book just made almost everyone seem horrid, other than the lawyer (I liked her a lot). Also we are told pretty early what really happened which was kind of weird. The narrators did a pretty good job, though. 🌟🌟🌟 10mo
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ChrisBohjalian
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Spasibo, Rossiya! (This is the beautiful, new Russian edition of The Flight Attendant. Look for season two of the HBO Max series starring the brilliant Kaley Cuoco as Cassie Bowden and developed by the amazing Steve Yockey this spring.)

slategreyskies Congrats! It‘s a beautiful edition! :) 11mo
marleed Oh wow - congrats! 11mo
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PoodleMama99
Flight Attendant | Chris Bohjalian
Mehso-so

Good but a bit overrated. Kind of redundant with character having the same thoughts over and over, i.e. could I have done this?

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WJCintron
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***My review for this book is on the comment area. A 6 part of a satire I wrote as an example of the reasons why I didn't like the book. Just for FUN! 😂
My personal opinion. 🙂👍 ⭐ 1 star
*If you're reading this, read the first 6 comments below to fully understand.
There's a word limit. I can't post the full text in the description. My apologies

WJCintron PART ONE:
I grab my bottle of water resting over the mahogany table to my left, and take a long sip from it. A refreshing one, that washes all my thirst away along with the procrastination I've been carrying like a chip on my shoulder for the last couple of weeks. I sit on a desk chair, allowing my body to fill every diameter, inch and empty space available for my body to rest. My skin, adhering to the cold leather of its tapestry.
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WJCintron PART TWO:
No, I'm not naked, but the shorts I'm wearing allow me to enjoy the soothing breeze coming from the air conditioner working at full blast. It may be fighting against the three-digit weather outside. I guess Autumn is still on lockdown...
Funny how this is a gamer's chair, which I've never used for the specific purpose it was manufactured.
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WJCintron PART THREE:
You may ask why, and the reason behind it, is the simple fact that it has a longer measurement on the back rest which protects my back as well as my neck. I finally look up at the screen. My laptop rests over my thighs. The heat emerging from it, somehow contrasting with the cool texture of the cushion underneath my legs. Then, I focus on the illuminated monitor in front of me and write the last three letter acronym of my review.
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WJCintron PART FOUR:
The DNF acronym, blunt in nature, appears to stare at me as the text cursor blinks non stop right beside it. Somehow inciting me to elaborate the meaning of each and every letter. I could care less, so I let my creativity run loose, thinking of tons of words that could follow those letters, like: Do Not Forget, Do Not Fail, Do Not... Until the F bomb reaches my tongue and I'm forced to remember the primal motive of this message.
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WJCintron PART FIVE:
I need to get the frustration out of my chest. Immediately, I regroup and slide the cursor over the bright blue # 4267B2 color of the 'Post' button on the bottom of the pop up window. I let it linger for a couple of seconds, checking it twice, but never ever minding if I'm being naughty or nice. Then I cringe, while stabbing the hell out of the keyboard with a single press of my index finger.
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WJCintron PART SIX:
For a millisecond, the screen goes blank, until the message appears triumphantly in front of me. I feel much better now. I shared my opinion. My precious personal opinion. My eyes sparkling as they stare at the beautiful one yellow star rating below the title.

“The prettiest of them all!“ I exclaim and reach for a better book to read.
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WJCintron THOUGHTS:
GOOD GOD!
YES! This is a satire. I'm narrating what I did while writing a review for the book. TOO Wordy, and to me an unlikeable MC. I couldn't bear almost 12hrs or extensive descriptions. Not my cup of tea. BAIL!
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Traci1 It's hard to like a character who is just one big bad decision after another. 1y
WJCintron @Traci1 Yup! She was so unlikeable! An alcoholic, promiscuous brat. Not like Beth, The Queen's Gambit's MC. She also was an alcoholic, drug addict and stubborn character. But you fall in love with her and root for her. Walter Tevis did an amazing job bleeding her out. 😃 1y
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jeannasser
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Bailedbailed

DNF at 20 minutes…

The last time I was slapped in the face with this much description and information, I was reading an instruction manual for a food processor.

At least then, I learned something…

Trashcanman I love this! 1y
Caroline2 Best review ever!!!! 😆 👍 1y
WJCintron Torture! LOL 1y
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bthegood This book is now off my tbr list and your book has moved up the list, love this review! 1y
jeannasser @bthegood wow thank you soooo much! 😊🥰🙏means a lot!!! 1y
jeannasser @WJCintron @Trashcanman @Caroline2 I had to 😂😂😭”torture” is a nice word for my experience 1y
Trashcanman @jeannasser that's how I feel about Charles Dickens. I get it lol. 1y
marleed I saw the series before reading the book and was curious to read the book and see how it inspired the writing and production of the show. I liked both series and book. This make me curious how‘d I would have felt had I gone into the book without experience of the series. 1y
jeannasser @marleed I‘ve been interested in watching the show but I‘m afraid of having those rare moments when I say “wow the show is better than the book” 😂 1y
jeannasser @Trashcanman same here…same here… 1y
IMASLOWREADER it was on my tbr but saw the series and got annoyed with all the back and forth…stopped watching it then gave it another chance since i ran out of series to watch lol…it only got interesting after the 5th episode & i finished the series…i think if i read the book i would dnf it too lol 1y
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BeeMagical
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Pickpick

Book 95🎧
12hr listen and kept me interested the whole time👏🏻
I won‘t lie, I wanted to shake the main character silly sometimes😂 Not my typical thriller choice but I very much enjoyed it!

A flight attendant and a passenger get a little too friendly, then things take a bloody turn🩸Is anyone really who they say they are?

WJCintron Sounds like fun!! Thanks for sharing, I think I'll listen to it soon! 😀 🙏 1y
BeeMagical @WJCintron I hope you enjoy it!! 1y
WJCintron @BeeMagical I started listening last night, but it wasn't for me. Too wordy and full of extensive descriptions, plus the MC, good God. SO unlikeable. I made a post last night about it, LOL 😂

I agree with you about wanting to shake her! LOL!
Thanks for sharing! 😃 👍
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BeeMagical
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This is the forward quote for The Flight Attendant and instantly caught my attention😶🤭

50% in and still hooked!👏🏻

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BeeMagical
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Made my first book bingo card for the last month of my 100 book challenge! ❌

Currently at 94/100… so I‘m looking to blow it away!🌬🌬

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Addison_Reads
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Pickpick

Fast paced mystery/thriller with an unreliable narrator. I found myself caught up in the story and curious about where things would end.

Although this isn't my favorite by Bohjalian, it was still a great escape for a few hours. Now I'll have to try out the TV series.

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JackOBotts
Mehso-so

June #bookspin: accomplished. 2.5 ⭐️ for this, my first Bohjalian. I wasn‘t feeling the HBO series, either. But this is an author whose work I‘ll try again!

JackOBotts Whoops! Tagging @TheAromaofBooks 🤦🏻‍♀️💜 1y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1y
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JackOBotts
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Kaarin
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Pickpick

This is one of the rare occasions where the show is better than the book! That being said I still really enjoyed it. Fast paced and I really loved the main character.

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dylanisreading
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Pickpick

An alcoholic flight attendant wakes up in a hotel room in Dubai next to a dead man who's obviously been murdered. That's how this compelling psychological thriller begins. It's definitely a slower burn, and that didn't bother me at all.

Recommend if you like the trope of the somewhat unlikable character (or at least one who makes poor decisions consistently) finding themself in an unlikely, dangerous situation that they must navigate.

OutAndAbout We really enjoyed the HBO Max series based on this one! 2y
ilanakeukake Thanks for this. Adding it to my stack.📚 2y
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lnwalker01
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riversong153
Mehso-so

Just okay. I get a little frustrated with self-destructive characters but it wasn‘t just that which kept me from fully enjoying this book. I guess it didn‘t quite feel like a mystery or a thriller to me. It also seemed to progress slowly and then speed up at the very end so the pacing could have been better. Not a bad read but I‘m glad I didn‘t spend money on it and waited for the library hold.I won‘t be watching the show. Just not for me 😐

AlaMich I‘m watching the show right now. It got off to an interesting start, but it‘s kind of a mess now. Subplots that have zero to do with anything, and the main plot is pretty confusing. 2y
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Read4life
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🍀 Here are my #BookSpin & #DoubleSpin books for March #BookSpinBingo 🍀

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2y
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NikkiKey94
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Pickpick

I can‘t believe it has taken me this long to read this book! I refused to watch the show until after I read the book and I loved it! It kept me sucked in from the first page. Now I can start the show on HBO Max! 🌟🌟🌟🌟!

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PurpleTulipGirl
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Pickpick

Compelling story of an alcoholic flight attendant who inadvertently gets caught up in foreign intrigue when she wakes up in a strange hotel room and the man she slept with is dead. I seem to have a habit lately of reading books about people I don‘t like.

Just found out this is now a series on HBO Max, with Kaley Cuoco playing Cassie. Too bad I don‘t have it.

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Pearrr
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JenReadsAlot
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Mehso-so

So this was a quick read, but the ending....
#bookspin for February @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
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JenReadsAlot
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You guys it's so cold!! Hunkered down with this book today!

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JenReadsAlot
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My #bookspin and #doublespin picks for February! Will make my #bookspinbingo board later! @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2y
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Ksvz
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Mehso-so

Jan 2021 - read before I watch / general fiction with a little mystery thrown in - Not sure I will watch the show based on the book. Entertaining story, disliked the characters but I think you‘re supposed to, and generally had it figured out. Friend who suggested the TV series was blindside by the twist. The book had it laid out.

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TheSpineView
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Pickpick

I would never have picked this book for myself. I read this for #LMPBC and thought it was marvelous. The MC is a total mess. An alcoholic with a pension for self destructive behavior. When she wakes up in a hotel in the UAE next to a guy, who was a pick up in a long line of pick ups, that is now dead, it all comes to a head. 4⭐

TheLudicReader Have you watched the series? 2y
TheSpineView @TheLudicReader No. I didn't even know there was a series. 2y
TheLudicReader @TheSpineView , yep, in Canada it‘s on Crave, but it was an HBO production. 6 or 8 episodes and really well done, but I haven‘t read the book. 2y
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Deblovestoread
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1) Yes, the tagged author and @Georgia_Hunter although she‘s not active. Getting ready to read @rachelm ‘s book The Butterfly Effect
2) No, I don‘t really write reviews.
3) The Bookwanderers would be fun.

Would you like to play @j9brown

#WonddrousWednesday

Eggs Thanks for joining in!! 2y
j9brown Thanks for the tag! 😄 2y
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Texreader
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Excellent list including the show based on the tagged book from our very own Litten @ChrisBohjalian

https://crimereads.com/the-15-best-crime-and-mystery-television-series-of-2020/

Magpiegem I need this list right now and as an ex flight attendant (cabin crew where I am) it‘s always interesting to see what they get right and what they get wrong- they usually underestimate the shinanigans crew get up to 😁 2y
Texreader @Magpiegem Oh! Do tell more! 😉 2y
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elisebarker
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Mehso-so

It was pretty good. Definitely a different concept and I appreciated that the main character was an alcoholic-you don‘t see women portrayed that way very often. Just watched the series on HBO Mac and it was pretty good too. Different than the book, but I liked the differences.

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Come-read-with-me
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Mehso-so

This was between a “pick” and “so-so” for me. The premise was great, the setting intriguing, and the characters dysfunctional enough to be interesting. There were even a couple of great plot twists that kept it suspenseful. However, the story got bogged down in a few places and could not hold my attention. Also thought that the story was a bit anticlimactic. I guess I expected more. This is a flight I would not be sad if I missed. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Jillylovesbooks I haven‘t had a chance to read the book, but I did catch the series based on it on HBO. My understanding is that some changes were made from the book that improved the story. I enjoyed the series. 2y
Come-read-with-me @Jillylovesbooks That‘s good to know because I want to watch the series - I‘ve heard good things about it. Thanks so much letting me know! 2y
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Coleen
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Mehso-so

Just finished the book on audio and am in the midst of watching the series. Seems to be an unpopular opinion here, but I didn‘t love this book and am not particularly loving the series either, though I will follow through to the end. An intriguing base story line, but too convoluted with the spy element and I just really don‘t like the main character at all. I generally like Chris Bohjalian, but this one missed the mark for me.

swishandflick I read this when it first came out and wasn't a fan either! I think I'm just completely over plots that hinge on the memory of someone who is constantly blackout drunk. 2y
Bookish.SAM I really disliked the book too! But I watched the series and while it was still a little convoluted (and I was constantly trying to remember back to what the heck happened in the book) I did end up liking the series better than the book. 2y
Coleen @swishandflick I hear ya! 2y
Coleen @Bookish.SAM I am hoping that‘s the case for me as well, although the verdict is still out... We‘ll see! 2y
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BeautyNBks
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Here are some of the 12 books I read for the last month of 2020. Some of them were cut off.

The ones that were cropped out of the picture are:
Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now - Dana L. Davis
Saving Ruby King - C. Abel West
Real Love - A. House
The Cousins - K. McManus

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marleed
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Well, look how much fun I had reading this block of books! It‘s likely to be my last completed 3x3 grid of 2020, and my favorite is tagged!

5* = Loved It, want non-reader IRL friends to read. I do/will own a physical copy. A+
4*= I liked it, would love to discuss. Solid B
3*=Meh, no need to discuss. Average C
2*=Nope D
1*=DNF F

cozypunk Your grading system speaks to me! 2y
marleed @dandy.punk Thanks - it works fo me. I thought ok me a while before I realized the quarter points of the old-fashioned grading system are simply baked into my head! 2y
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marleed
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Oh my goodness, this book is all sorts of fun. I loved that we knew what the MC did and didn‘t do even when she couldn‘t know for sure. I haven‘t started the HBO series but it was still fun to know Kaley Kuoco plays the part of Cassie.

RickW Loved the book. Complete cliffhanger and wonderful research done by the author. As for the TV series, I‘ve only seen a preview and it really destroyed my perception of the leading character. The book however is brilliant. Just my 2 cents. 2y
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BeautyNBks
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Cassie is making me want to strangle her! It's just one bad decision after the other. Ugh!!!!

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JodiPM

Is anyone on my friends list reading this? If so, how do you like it? I really like the show but now I want to read the book too.

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ChrisBohjalian
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On sale Tuesday whenever you buy books: the beautiful new edition of THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT published by Vintage Books to celebrate the spectacular new TV series! I‘ve posed the book by my (not kidding) “Mad Men” bar. The Flight Attendant streams on HBO Max and Kaley Cuoco is heartbreaking, hilarious, poignant, powerful, and always utterly brilliant. So is the whole cast and crew. And the writing and tone? Gobsmacked and grateful.

theladygreer I watched the first episode and I absolutely love the swingin‘ 60s, split-screen vibe! Congrats to you, Chris, and what is obviously a super-talented, savvy team. 2y
Graciouswarriorprincess So good, fast paced and we loved it! Congratulations, Chris! 2y
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tpixie @ChrisBohjalian the first episode was great! The acting was great! I agree with both @theladygreer & @Graciouswarriorprincess the pace, music, & split screen really set the thriller tone! Waiting for the grown kids to get home for Xmas - were going to have a viewing party!! (edited) 2y
tpixie @Graciouswarriorprincess yes!! They will love it!! 2y
Kaylamburson My father and I just binged the whole series today, and it was so engrossing. I've had the book on my TBR for a while, but excited to dive in and see how it differs! 2y
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francescareads
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“Remember that person you wanted to be? There‘s still time.”

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️ 2y
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ChrisBohjalian
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You‘ll see me posting a lot about The Flight Attendant in the next few days. But the series premieres tomorrow on HBO Max and it is wonderful. I love every moment — and I love this beautiful tie-in paperback edition from Vintage Books. (I also loved The Queen‘s Gambit novel and series.) Tune in Thanksgiving and watch the first three episodes of The Flight Attendant.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I just watched The Queen‘s Gambit in Netflix! Didn‘t know it was a novel! It was excellent! 2y
AmyG Thanks for the head‘s up. I will definitely watch The Flight Attendant as I enjoyed the book. I, too, loved The Queen‘s Gambit! 2y
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