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Circe
Circe | Madeline Miller
"This is as close as you will ever come to entering the world of mythology as a participant. Stunning, touching, and unique."--Margaret George, author of The Confessions of Young Nero In the house of Helios, god of the sun and mightiest of the Titans, a daughter is born. But Circe is a strange child--not powerful, like her father, nor viciously alluring like her mother. Turning to the world of mortals for companionship, she discovers that she does possess power--the power of witchcraft, which can transform rivals into monsters and menace the gods themselves. Threatened, Zeus banishes her to a deserted island, where she hones her occult craft, tames wild beasts and crosses paths with many of the most famous figures in all of mythology, including the Minotaur, Daedalus and his doomed son Icarus, the murderous Medea, and, of course, wily Odysseus. But there is danger, too, for a woman who stands alone, and Circe unwittingly draws the wrath of both men and gods, ultimately finding herself pitted against one of the most terrifying and vengeful of the Olympians. To protect what she loves most, Circe must summon all her strength and choose, once and for all, whether she belongs with the gods she is born from, or the mortals she has come to love. With unforgettably vivid characters, mesmerizing language and page-turning suspense, Circe is a triumph of storytelling, an intoxicating epic of family rivalry, palace intrigue, love and loss, as well as a celebration of indomitable female strength in a man's world.
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charl08
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I loved this.

"He does not mean that we are not frightened. Only that: we are here. This is what it means to swim in the tide, to walk the earth and feel it touch your feet."

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spanda84
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This was amazing! While I‘m not usually a fan of mythology, Circe was readable, entertaining, and excellently written. Highly recommend!

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Andrea4
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#LifeGoals ???
But for like real. 😂

@llwheeler @FantasyChick

llwheeler 😂😂 but yeah 19h
mcipher Yes!!! ♥️😆 19h
Hufflepuffle My new life motto!! 😂 15h
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FantasyChick 100% Fact! 😈😈 10h
JoScho 🖤🙌🏼🖤🙌🏼🖤 10h
Andrea4 @Hufflepuffle 🙌🙌🙌yep! 7h
Andrea4 @FantasyChick I gotta make a trip out to see you! Then we can get in to some real burn-worthy trouble! 7h
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Jeg
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Book club read. Must admit I probably would not have picked this book up to read. However that‘s the big advantage of book club , I get to read such books. I learnt a lot about Greek mythology and could not help thinking how we mortals need stories to explain the world, brought to mind the dream time stories, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and so on. Wonderful writing . Thank you @MrsMalaprop a great discussion.

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Schnoebs
Circe | Madeline Miller
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My little obsession with Throne of Glass put off starting this but finally picking up the book for #bbbbc and I hope to finish it before the discussion starts later this week! Happy to be back to reading to the book club picks 🥰

#mythology #scififantasybookclub #bookclub #fantasy #mpls #twincities

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TheSpineView
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Here is another book that was not what I expected. I thought it would be dry. What I found was the exact opposite. The author really brought the character to life. There was a little literary license taken from what I can remember of Greek and Roman mythology but mostly sticks to what I remember (keep in mind I am not a scholar). ⭐⭐⭐⭐

krayoncolorz This is one of my books I have on hold and am waiting for. Glad you liked it! (edited) 1d
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Esmerelda1rm
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Madeline Miller came to our library on Sunday to talk to us about her book! Such an excellent public speaker!

ruskigurl16 I am so jealous. 😭❤️ 1d
TheSpineView Wow! I'm jealous too!😋 1d
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ruskigurl16
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I am a huge fan of Greek mythology. And the story of the Odyssey is one of my favorites. That being said, it was fascinating to read about Odysseus and some of the other characters from a completely fresh, new and interesting perspective. She makes classical literature fun. She makes adventure stories relatable, poignant and memorable. I will definitely pick up anything she writes. #recentlyread #nospoilers #mythology #CIRCE #yessss ❤️😊🎉

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Brittbritt
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I have a long standing obsession for all things geek mythology and this did everything and more to satisfy that part of me. Madeline Miller‘s writing is so beautiful but also so easy to read. I honestly will read everything she writes

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Spencer_Labbe
Circe | Madeline Miller
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My 25th Birthday Book Haul!🤩🤩😤 Check out my day on insta @ thecastawayking🥳

Crazeedi Sweet!!👏👏 2d
emz711 Gaiman 👍👍 2d
laur89 Happy birthday! 🎈🎉 I see so many great books 🤩 2d
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Megabooks Happy birthday!!🎉 2d
Chrissyreadit Happy Birthday.🎉🎁🎈🎊 2d
Geeklet Happy Birthday! Great haul! 2d
JessClark78 Happy Birthday! 🎊🎂🎉 2d
kezzlou85 Happy Birthday 2d
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Andrea4
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As a Classicist I think I was destined to love this; as a one who enjoyed The Song of Achilles, I think just so.
I loved this more. I think I'm reading this at a time when I can relate to retelling stories, retelling your own story, reshaping yourself, letting go of the past so as not to simply repeat it- essentially, transformation.

Palimpsest Love what you said here about telling stories and reshaping ourselves and that‘s one of the reasons I love literature so much is we can also transform by reading other people‘s stories. On a side note, this also reminds me that I want to read Ovid‘s Metamorphosis soon. 😊 2d
Andrea4 @Palimpsest agreed ☺️ now I want to go and translate the Odyssey in entirety.... 2d
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REPollock
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Mehso-so

I would have loved this book as a kid when I was all about Greek mythology, and I probably would have loved it in my 20s, too. Now, meh. The book drags bigtime in the middle and the end was—for me—a major disappointment. Still, not a pan.

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Andrea4
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A friend called me a goddess this week and instead of shrinking from what feels like a way over the top compliment, I decided maybe I'll just try to embody what that could mean (take a cue from Circe?).

I finally slept 7/8hrs last night for the first time in at least a week and I spent most of the day walking outside (hit 30k) in the sun with a friend. Tired again, in the best way💛☀️.
To all the goddesses, shine bright☀️☀️

britt_brooke You‘re stunning, my friend! Take that goddess compliment. 💕 3d
llwheeler ❤️ sounds like a great day. It was so gorgeous out today! 3d
julesG Awww, look at you! Sun kissed goddess indeed. 3d
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erzascarletbookgasm 👍❤️😙 3d
sprainedbrain You are gorgeous! 3d
BarbaraBB You‘re stunning. And walking is so good for your inner goddess too 💜 3d
Andrea4 @britt_brooke aw☺️ thank you! You are as well! 2d
Andrea4 @llwheeler wasn't it though? Did you finally get that down day you needed? 2d
Andrea4 @julesG most definitely sun- kissed (there are no better kinds of kisses IMO lol) and maybe a wee sunburnt lol. 2d
Andrea4 @sprainedbrain thank you ☺️ you are as well! 2d
Andrea4 @BarbaraBB blushing like mad, but thank you ☺️ and yes I love walking! I've done a lot of that recently but I have never hit 30k on my Fitbit, I knew it would mark it as a milestone lol. 2d
JoScho You are stunning! Embrace the title of Goddess! 2d
llwheeler @Andrea4 Yes, it was so nice 2d
Andrea4 @JoScho ☺️☺️thank you! You as well!!! 2d
Andrea4 @llwheeler good! Sometimes it's so necessary to actually book I'm time off 🤦‍♀️ 2d
Andrea4 *book in 2d
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MrsMalaprop
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Chose this for my book club, to be discussed on Monday night. I‘d planned to read it and thought I‘d appreciate the help of my book club to pull it apart.
Fascinating and enjoyable when read in the context of Greek Mythology. Loved the feminist lens.
My sister‘s wife is from Ithaca and I can‘t wait to go there with them one day. I‘m told you get a bit bored with the beaches, goats & Greek food after a while.
🏖🌞🍅🥒🥙🤤

monalyisha I don‘t know how I‘d ever get sick of any of those things. I mean, I guess I don‘t like olives? But DAMN. 🌊🐐☀️ 4d
MrsMalaprop @monalyisha I‘m with you there, & I even like olives 😆. I had THE best swordfish ever at a little restaurant on Ios many, many years ago....🍽😋 4d
LazyOwl I just finished reading this, it was a great quick read 4d
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Andrea4
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Sleep has been a particularly elusive creature this past week so I've been up since the witching hour. But hey, did my workout for the day, got my steel-cut oats made, am enjoying the choir of birds, and can get a bunch of reading in!
Sometimes it's easier to accept the sleep loss than toss and turn getting frustrated.

Crazeedi I hear you. I'm listening to the birdie choir right now. My sleep has been horrible lately 5d
Andrea4 @Crazeedi yea, mine comes in cycles and I think the brightness of the recent full moon doesn't help...nor does summer in my case because I rise with the sun (whether or not it can actually make it into my room)!! 5d
BarbaraBB That‘s my idea too, to make the most of periods of insomnia. Wishing you a good night‘s sleep soon! 😴 5d
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Crazeedi @Andrea4 I haven't seen the moon because of all the rain. This is the longest streak of not sleeping I've had. And then my days just are crap, because I just don't have the energy to do much! I hope tonight is restful for you! 4d
Andrea4 @BarbaraBB I imagine tonight or tomorrow may involve some hard crashing...that will be so lovely! Hopefully your insomnia isn't too bad! 4d
Andrea4 @Crazeedi I understand that- depending on the day /night sometimes I can push through others not so much. Today I might hit that 2nd wind and become all giddy lol. Here's hoping we both get rest soon! 4d
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Andrea4
Circe | Madeline Miller
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This is Bob, Bob The Bee. He is my companion right now.
I'm having one of those nights where I kind of wish I could be cuddled up beside someone. Anyone out there feeling the same way tonight? At least there is comfort in knowing you aren't the only one that feels that way.

Notafraidofwords Sometimes I feel that way. 5d
Andrea4 @Notafraidofwords then I send you a hug, for when you feel you need it ☺️ 5d
llwheeler *hugs* ❤️ 5d
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Andrea4 @llwheeler *hugs* back💗 5d
Notafraidofwords @Andrea4 same to you too 😀 5d
marleed We are virtually with you! 5d
Andrea4 @marleed ☺️☺️☺️ 5d
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Yoricke_SouthAfrica
Circe | Madeline Miller
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What a wonderful surprise, this book was. I absolutely loved and enjoyed every word I read. It is a very detailed, thoughtful and smartly written book that will leave you wanting more. I'm still on a "Circe-High". Wow!

ImperfectCJ I loved this one, too! The audiobook is fantastic, and now I want to read the print book. 5d
Yoricke_SouthAfrica @ImperfectCJ I started with The Song of Achilles (actual book), which is apparently the pre-book to Circe. It was also a brilliant book. I can highly recommend it as well. 5d
ImperfectCJ @Yoricke_SouthAfrica I read (and loved) Song of Achilles, too, in ebook format. Funny, I hadn't thought of it as a pre-book to Circe, but if you look at the Trojan War/The Iliad as a precursor to The Odyssey, the Song of Achilles-Circe progression makes sense. 5d
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Yoricke_SouthAfrica @ImperfectCJ I read it in that order on guidance from book groups, and found the referencing to the Trojan War and Odysseus' role in the war in Circe quite useful (especially as I read it back-to-back). Both books are definitely books I will read again. I think I might have discovered a new love for Greek mythology. 5d
ImperfectCJ @Yoricke_SouthAfrica My children love mythology (Greek, Roman, Norse...whatever they can get their hands on), so I've been exposed to a fair bit through them but have just been getting into it for myself recently. I didn't realize how complex and multi-faceted Greek mythology is. So many intertwining layers. 5d
CarolynM I was surprised by how much I liked it too🙂 5d
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LyndseyReads
Circe | Madeline Miller
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One of my favorite reads during my accidental Litsy hiatus was Circe by Madeline Miller. I love how she incorporated the power of motherhood and the work of women into this ancient tale. Miller came to read at my library and she was brilliant and thoughtful just like this book. I can‘t wait for her next novel.

TheBookKeepers I love her writing! This book & Song of Achilles will always be on my favorites list 5d
LyndseyReads @TheBookKeepers Agree. 👍😍 5d
CaitlinR I‘m jealous! 5d
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LyndseyReads @CaitlinR Do you ever listen to the NYPL podcast? There is a great interview with her done by Emily Wilson and it‘s a great taste of what her readings are like. It‘s the May 8th, 2018 episode titled “A Goddess Reimagined.” 5d
CaitlinR @LindseyReads thanks for the tip re: the NYPL podcast. I‘ll listen! 4d
charl08 I just finished this: loved it! What an amazing book. 3h
LyndseyReads @charl08 Right?? So glad you loved it, too. 2h
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Freespirit
Circe | Madeline Miller
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📚My oldest friend is Helen. We met at a school fete when I was 11. We have stayed best friends, living together, being each other‘s bridesmaids, supporting each other in bringing up our children. Here we are on my nurses graduation day in 1982!
📚Definitely Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia
📚The smell of musk reminds me of summer in the pool as kids eating musk sticks
📚Circe which was 3 ⭐️ for me
📚#wonderouswednesday
@Eggs

Eggs Beautiful photos💗 7d
BooknerdsLife That‘s so sweet and gorgeous photo 💕 6d
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rkeo
Circe | Madeline Miller
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I'm still completely blown away and in awe of what I've just read. I've never experienced anything like this one. I have no criticism, for it is flawless. Anything I can say will just pale in comparison to how mesmerizing the whole experience was. I've never considered myself a mythology fan, but I am completely sold now. Sign me up for anything and everything this author puts on paper. I'm ready for another ride.

Yoricke_SouthAfrica I finished this book last night, and wholeheartedly agree with every word. What a wonderful, amazing book. I enjoyed absolutely every word. I'm still on a Circe-high! 5d
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REPollock
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You turn those motherfuckers into pigs, girl. Hell, make bacon.

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hjreviews
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Currently 37% done and so far I‘m… underwhelmed. Maybe it‘s because of the high expectations from all the raving reviews I‘ve read, but I‘m just still waiting for the story to start and get good.

shammi.dc10 I also had a hard time finish it!!! 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I didn‘t love this one either... 1w
Soubhiville I bailed on this one. 1w
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hjreviews @shammi.dc10 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Soubhiville none of this is encouraging lol I‘ll try to finish it but it‘s going to be a rough week of reading 😬 1w
monogamist_reader I couldn't finish it... 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @hjreviews we actually read this for one of our #BotmBuddyRead discussions and that got me through it!! Lol 1w
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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

‘We are not our blood.‘

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

“You are wise,” he said.
“If it is so,” I said, “it is only because I have been fool enough for a hundred lifetimes.”

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

‘I had been old and stern for so long, carved with regrets and years like a monolith. But that was only a shape I had been poured into. I did not have to keep it.‘

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

“You are not frightened?”
“You warned me it was not safe,” he said. “I do not think being frightened will help.”

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

‘Some people are like constellations who only touch the earth for a season.‘

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

‘That is how things go. You fix them, and they go awry, and then you fix them again.‘

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller

“It is strange to think of a goddess needing friends.”
“All creatures that are not mad need them.”

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edennugget
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‘But perhaps no parent can truly see their child. When we look we see only the mirror of our own faults.‘

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edennugget
Circe | Madeline Miller
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THIS WAS SO COOL. Worked wonders for my reading slump!

This was rather difficult for me to stay engaged with due to this being my first time properly interacting with complex Greek mythology, but I‘m glad I hung in there because this just got more and more fascinating to me. I cannot wait to read The Song of Achilles and get more into mythology.

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ruskigurl16
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Still working through the tagged book. Since my return home, I am struggling a little bit to read as much as I want to. But I did start a scrapbook/memory keeper/planner recently. Sharing my favorite memories from a place that I was so happy at. ❤️🇷🇺 #vacay #takemeback #memories

rather_be_reading love it! 1w
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Andrea4
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Guys!!!! I finally have a couch!!!😮😄😄😄 only took 7 months 😜😜😜 but now I have a cozy place to curl up and read - perfect on a day when I'm exhausted both in brain and body and the weather is all 🌧🌧🌧🌧
Anyone wanna come curl up with me and read? Lol

BookishTrish Happy couch day toy you! 😍 1w
Andrea4 @BookishTrish why, thank you! 1w
annahenke Looks lovely and cozy! 1w
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DannyHattan Now you have no excuses .... #wheeloftime 😂🙌🏻 (edited) 1w
Andrea4 @DannyHattan 🤣🤣🤣really trying eh? I admire the persistence 1w
DannyHattan 😏😂😂😂 1w
Andrea4 @DannyHattan but I'm stubborn...you're going to have to try harder 🤣 1w
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Sward7
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My favorite read of 2019. Started slow but thoroughly enjoyed the retelling of The Odyssey from the perspective of the beautiful witch Circe. As soon as I finished, I circled back and reread the first several chapters.

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Andrea4
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...to prove my skin was still my own.

I know that feeling.

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Andrea4
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Couldn't sleep so picked up Circe at 4am, somehow knowing that chp 14 would probably be the unfortunate chp. So for all those who need it, TW rape for the end of chp 14.
This technically may be a spoiler for the end of that chp but I think people will be ok with that.

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R.L.Walker
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Started out not digging this.... but am enjoying the character growth!

LibrarianJen I got about halfway through on audio but had to return it to the library. Now I‘m impatiently waiting in the hold line. 2w
BooknerdsLife Happy reading 🙌🏼📚💖 It‘s a little slow but I love Circe so much! 2w
Bindrosbookshelf I ended up loving Circe ❤️ 10h
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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I really liked this, a lot. I stayed up way past my bedtime the last 2 nights listening. Yes I‘ve always liked mythology and the stories; yes, the narrator was perfect; but I just loved the story. Miller wove the myths I knew together into one whole cohesive story, and made both the bad girls and good girls who are usually only accessories & plot devices to the main heroes quest, real women with motives, and tons of inner strength & fortitude.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great pick #BBBBC (edited) 2w
InLibrisVeritas I am so glad you enjoyed it!! 2w
BarbaraTheBibliophage Great review!! I regret that I didn‘t read it with the group. But it‘s still on my shelf! 1w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage There‘s still time to read it this month, and it was good on audiobook to if your library has it. 1w
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Oh I know. I‘m so slammed right now. I wish it was on Scribd ... (edited) 7d
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage Me too, not sure how, but I managed to over plan again too! 😂 And yes, I had to get this one from the library, I was shocked that it actually came before the end of the 2 months. 7d
BarbaraTheBibliophage I have it on my shelf from BOTM, but I was thinking to read the Warren next. Found her book on Hoopla though, so I might be able to adjust. The struggle is real. 7d
Riveted_Reader_Melissa It‘s up to you, I won‘t be ready to start Warren until next week most likely, I have it on audio so I expect it to go smoothly once I start, but I have a few others I need to finish and return first. The struggle is definitely real! 7d
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Andrea4
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💗

BookishTrish I really enjoyed this as an audiobook 2w
Andrea4 @BookishTrish If the hold on it wasn't so long, I would have done that too! 2w
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Andrea4
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Finding this week tiring 😴
Wishing I could just stay in my yoga pants and cozy sweater all day with my heating bag and watch the thunderstorm roll in later as I read.
Why o why do we have to work?! 😂

Andrea4 @llwheeler I took the jacket off cuz I don't trust myself to not damage it and I don't want to mess up your book!!! 🙈 2w
llwheeler @Andrea4 I always take the jackets off when I read hardcovers. I find they slip half off anyways 🤷‍♀️ hope you're liking it so far - couldn't agree more about today! I have a headache and don't want to work... 2w
Andrea4 @llwheeler yea I always do for mine because I find them annoying lol. Boo bad about the headache...we should call in sick and just read 😜 2w
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Crazeedi It's a dreary day here, and I'm grateful I don't go to a job anymore, keeping house is work, but I can read when I want, and I'm so happy. Sending hugs to you, maybe you should take a mental health day😍 2w
DannyHattan A little pretend sick day never hurt anyone 😂😂😂🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 2w
Andrea4 @DannyHattan since I ended up getting a pretty decent headache, probably due to weather, I could have without much pretend. But I did not. Money is nice too lol. 2w
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Freespirit
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Mehso-so

Unfortunately for me Circe was a mediocre read ☹️ It just never engaged me and I felt myself wishing for it to finish so I could start something new. Sorry to all those who loved it 😬I had heard so much about it that it did not live up to my expectations.

Cathythoughts I don‘t feel drawn to this one at all ... 2w
Freespirit It was well written @Cathythoughts but a bit dull😟 2w
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REPollock
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Next up! A birthday gift from a friend.

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heyhaleyjames
Circe | Madeline Miller
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I also recently started Circe, which I'm also really enjoying. I love anything that has to do with mythology, folklore, history, and the supernatural. This has a few of those components and so far, I highly recommend.

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TheReadingNurse
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Had a great early workout, now to start this beauty while I wait for my bff to come by!

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Eos462
Circe | Madeline Miller
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1. I have a couple going.
Audiobooks- Cut and Run by Madeleine Urban & Circe by Madeline Miller.
Book - Lord of the White Hell by Ginn Hale.
Kindle - Destiny of Dragons by TJ Klune (I've been reading this for a year, I'm gonna get through it. I refuse to give up)
2. To All The Boys I've Loved Before. Movie on netflix is superior, dont bother with the book.
3. GOOD OMENS! Watchmen. His Dark Materials.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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ImperfectCJ
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Thoroughly enjoyed this one. I've been reading The Odyssey (Emily Wilson's translation) and Margaret Atwood's Penelopiad at the same time as I've been listening to this one, and it's interesting to read the different versions of Penelope and Circe, Odysseus and Telemachus. Of the Circes, Miller's is my favorite. (BTW: Hooray for Libro.fm!)

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TheLibrarian
Circe | Madeline Miller
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This was fun!

Hope everyone is having a good weekend!

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ruskigurl16
Circe | Madeline Miller
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Because I am THAT nerd. #booksandbeer #bookworm 🖤

Follow.my.read I LOVED this book!!! Song of Achilles is even better!!! 2w
ruskigurl16 @Follow.my.read I read Song of Achilles first. And because that was so good, I picked up this. I am enjoying it so far. 😊 2w
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Yoricke_SouthAfrica
Circe | Madeline Miller
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I am so excited to start reading this book. Just finished Song of Achilles by the same author, and absolutely loved it.