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Asymmetry
Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
A singularly inventive and unforgettable debut novel about love, luck, and the inextricability of life and art, from 2017 Whiting Award winner Lisa Halliday. Told in three distinct and uniquely compelling sections, Asymmetry explores the imbalances that spark and sustain many of our most dramatic human relations: inequities in age, power, talent, wealth, fame, geography, and justice. The first section, "Folly," tells the story of Alice, a young American editor, and her relationship with the famous and much older writer Ezra Blazer. A tender and exquisite account of an unexpected romance that takes place in New York during the early years of the Iraq War, "Folly" also suggests an aspiring novelist's coming-of-age. By contrast, "Madness" is narrated by Amar, an Iraqi-American man who, on his way to visit his brother in Kurdistan, is detained by immigration officers and spends the last weekend of 2008 in a holding room in Heathrow. These two seemingly disparate stories gain resonance as their perspectives interact and overlap, with yet new implications for their relationship revealed in an unexpected coda. A stunning debut from a rising literary star, Asymmetry is an urgent, important, and truly original work that will captivate any reader while also posing arresting questions about the very nature of fiction itself.
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BaBaBaBillyAndTheBooks
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Mehso-so

We seek order in life's pandemonium. Governments make laws, partners declare love, and artists write stories, imposing form on life‘s most amorphous parts. Asymmetry‘s chapters are, well, asymmetric, as if from separate novels. And that‘s the point: Characters coexist, but who says their paths must cross? Life, after all, cannot be neatly taken down on a page. But life, truly portrayed, also has a formlessness that‘s not the most exciting read.

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Rjcteacher
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Pickpick

Juxtaposed stories of a younger woman‘s relationship with an older writer (loosely based on the author‘s relationship with Philip Roth) and a young man detained at the airport in London and his life in the US and Iraq. Insightful and subtly moving, the juxtaposition eventually provocative.

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Chelsea.Poole
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Mehso-so

It was ok. I didn't quite catch the interaction between the first two stories because I was pretty bored and could barely pay attention by the end when we "discovered" what was going on. #pass

Ruthiella Yeah, I was hoping for more from the title too. 😕 3mo
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llawela
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Bailedbailed

Couldn't finish it.
Cold, and maybe too clever for its own good.

LWagoner This was a tough read for me as well...hard to get into and figure out. Maybe that‘s the asymmetry of it all?? 3mo
llawela @LWagoner perhaps. Maybe I should have tried the second section, too. But... Onwards! 3mo
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llawela
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Last week was about making do.
Wasabi had a frightening cartwheel down the stairs, but was ok except for 2 stitches in the front leg. Hiking was out. As soon as she seemed back to her chaotics, we did some long walks.
I'll call it 2/3 hour long hikes.
Yoga... Back to being disciplined this week. 4/6 yoga's.
Finished 2 books... met my bfc goal.

And from photo above, clearly, "ironing sheets" isn't a goal....

#bookdragons @Hestapleton

Hestapleton Way to work around a crazy week, but I‘m glad Wasabi is back to his crazy, usual self, and you can make your way back to normal. 3mo
llawela @Hestapleton "normal". Lol thx 3mo
mhillis Wasabi is so cute!! 3mo
Caterina Glad Wasabi is okay, and this is such a sweet picture! I'm just dying to pet that sweet head! 😍 3mo
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perfectlywinged
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Pickpick

This is a book that, immediately upon finishing it, made me want to start it again. It's more on the literary side with its stream of conscious prose and subject matter but the characters are so vivid and lovely.

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BennettBookworm
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Help me decide what to read next! Your votes will determine in what order I read these six books, which have been on Mount TBR for too long! 😆 Thank you!!
#makemereadit

wanderinglynn I‘ve only read The Invisible Library, and I found it just okay. Both the Last Equation & the Girl Who Circumnavigated are on my TBR. 6mo
LiteraryinLititz I haven‘t read any but I want to read On the Come Up and Last Equation too! They all look great! 6mo
mabell I vote for the two in the middle 😊 6mo
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Soubhiville On the come up. 6mo
glitterkitty459 On the come up!! 6mo
Sward7 Pachinko 6mo
Reviewsbylola Pachinko!! 5mo
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Yuririn
Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
Panpan

I didn‘t get the link between the two stories... and it ended up hanging... what is the end of the story?

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MelissaSue81
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Panpan

Guys.. I was so all in on this book in the first section... then the second section I was getting a little confused with the timelines, but it was still holding my interest.. and then I got to the third section and omg.. it was all going to get tied together and make sense.... but then.. it DIDN‘T. I have no idea what the point of this book was and I am so mad about it!

Redwritinghood This one, I think, you hate it or tolerate it. I thought what she was trying to do was clever, but definitely not a straightforward narrative. 6mo
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mdhughes72
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Panpan

Interesting characters and engaging passages. But this is another one of those books like The Mars Room foisted on the reading public by breathless critics. I don‘t know about anyone else, but story always matters more than pretty or clever words. This added up to a whole lot of nothing. Pass.

BarbaraBB I have this one on my shelves. Now I am not really looking forward to it anymore, since you compare it to the Mars Room, which bored me immensely. 😉 6mo
mdhughes72 @BarbaraBB Not the worst books I‘ve ever read, just the biggest letdown from all the hype. 6mo
emmaturi I didn't really enjoy it either! 3mo
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cathysaid
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Mehso-so

I don‘t get it 🤷‍♀️

Lovely prose. Some well crafted, poignant passages. But overall, the structure made little sense to me.

I‘m left feeling like there‘s something significant that I am entirely missing. And perhaps it‘s just pride, but I don‘t like that feeling.

Thus, it‘s just a so-so for me.

MelissaSue81 Same same same. I was just telling my husband how I feel like I must be too stupid to understand this book because I don‘t get it. 6mo
cathysaid @MelissaSue81 Right? I expected the two storylines to converge or at least mimic each other...but if they did, I didn‘t see it! 6mo
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cathysaid
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🤔 Things that make you go hmmmm...

Trashcanman Well said! 6mo
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cathysaid
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“...but there‘s no getting around the fact that she‘s always the one holding the mirror.”

Perspective, no? Makes me think of the adage: “History is written by the winners.”

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AlexGeorge
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Pickpick

Extraordinary read. I can‘t believe this is her first novel. It‘s so good, so well written, and so damn smart. I‘m in awe (and a bit jealous.)

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AlexGeorge
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At the suggestion of Jennifer Haigh, I just started this. And, well, wow. I live it already. So good!

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SW-T
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Panpan

I don‘t normally pan books because I understand that a lot of blood, sweat, and tears goes into them. However, statements like “arresting questions about the very nature of fiction itself” are essentially Do Not Read signs that should be heeded. The characters, plot, and structure were all poor. Not confusing, but poorly executed. This was a waste of my time, money, and mental energy that could have been better spent elsewhere.

@Litsi

IamIamIam At least you gave it a fair shake! 7mo
LiteraryinLititz Thanks for letting the rest of us know! 7mo
SW-T @LiteraryinLititz @IamIamIam I‘d seen good write ups online (New Yorker, Atlantic, etc) so really wanted to like it. 😳 Oh well. Plenty more books to read! 7mo
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Litsi
Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
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Here is the text of the miraculous joint trip on the next page.

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Litsi
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Ok. So he has left her to go to an island. Then he calls her to let her hear the sounds. But in the next para she is with him and the text says they brought a camera with them. BUT THEY DIDN‘T GO TOGETHER AND I DIDN‘T EVEN SEE HER TRAVEL AND EVENNIF THAT IS STATES HOW AM I TO KNOW WHEN THIS JOINT TRIP IS HAPPENING? WHAT AM I MISSING? WHY WAS THIS PUBLISHED?

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Litsi
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If anyone can make sense of the next 2 pages I post I will keep reading this book. I want to like it but cannot understand even the basics of how the characters are moving from scene to scene. Thanks.

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amyrohn
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Panpan

This just wasn‘t for me. “Folly” just made me angry the whole time and I liked “Madness” at first but then it got pretentious and I found myself skipping through it just to get it done. And the end with Ezra is just insufferable. The only connection I see is through the war and the mentioning of the desert discs show. I gave it 2 stars because it did pick up a bit in “Madness,” but I just really didn‘t like this.

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amyrohn
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I‘m only 10 pages in to this one and I‘m already having a really hard time with it. I‘m only reading it because it‘s this months book club pick, which will also be the only reason I finish it, but I can already tell this won‘t be getting a high rating.

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MeganLindell
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Panpan

⭐️⭐️ • Eeeeek I didn‘t get this book. Maybe it‘s too smart for me? Anyway, not really my cup of tea.

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emmaturi
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Mehso-so

I mean I enjoyed but didn't come away with the feeling that I loved it! Has anyone else read it? Feelings? #books

Booksnchill I really enjoyed this one- read it when it first came out and right after Roth‘s death- the third part brought it together for me. 8mo
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Howseldomtheydo
Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
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First signs of spring spotted on my walk today! My mind kept wandering while listening to the tagged book, thank goodness I‘m almost done. #litsywalkers #fourmiles #currentlyreading #audiobook #springhassprung

Melissa_J I can‘t wait until we start seeing green here! We still have snow on the ground though. Hopefully all but the largest snowbanks will be gone in a few weeks 8mo
Howseldomtheydo @Melissa_J We are supposed to get a couple of inches tomorrow 😢 but I don‘t think it will last long 🤞 8mo
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Lola
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My bookstore‘s March read for our fiction book club. I wasn‘t crazy about the beginning but now I‘m at the can‘t put it down stage. I‘ve had this downloaded since it made the TOB longlist for the current tournament. Looking forward to tonight‘s discussion. #morningreading #bookandcoffee

Ruthiella I need to get more disciplined about reading the TOB longlisted books that interested me! This is one of them!😀 8mo
Lola @Ruthiella Especially true when my faves/the ones my most interested in don‘t make the shortlist. 😢 8mo
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ManyWordsLater
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Five weeks into my #homereno and reading has been harder than I was expecting and book shopping has been a lot easier. 😬

I‘m also wondering if Asymmetry is a good choice considering my scattered mind right now. Thoughts?

#renovation #construction #slump #retailtherapy #upnext #progessupdate #bookstack #stack

Tamra Good Lord Bird kept me reading. 8mo
ManyWordsLater @Tamra with that recommendation, I‘m starting The Good Lord Bird! 8mo
Tamra @ManyWordsLater I hope you like it! 🤞🏾 8mo
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Mamashep
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Started listening to this one on the way home from work. I have no idea what it‘s about; just saw it on a bunch of “best of 2018” lists. That‘s good enough for me to give it a go.

Megabooks I‘ve been meaning to read this too. 8mo
Mamashep @Megabooks I got about half@way thru and it totally changed gears. I‘m not as wild about the second part. Should finish it tomorrow and we‘ll see if they tie together some how or if that‘s the point of the title. 8mo
Megabooks Would you be willing to tag me in your final review? I‘m interested in your opinion! 👍🏻 8mo
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Howseldomtheydo
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Another walk on the treadmill today 😢 this pic is what I pictured inside my head instead of the ice and snow outside. #litsywalkers #audiobook #currentlyreading

RachelO Aww. It‘ll be spring soon 🤞 8mo
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Redwritinghood
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Pickpick

This one is a pick mainly for the way it tickles the intellect. In three parts, the book starts with a story of an older author and his young lover, then moves to the story of an American of Iraqi descent stuck at a London airport. The third part is the older author again, relating his experiences with music in his life. While seemingly disparate, the parts included many overlapping themes and motifs that made them not so asymmetrical at all. 4⭐️

monalyisha My book club is reading this late in the year! 🙌🏻 9mo
Redwritinghood @monalyisha I look forward to seeing what you make of it. This book seems divisive so it should make for good discussion at your book club. 9mo
readordierachel "tickles the intellect" Love that ? 9mo
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LWagoner
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Mehso-so

Not sure I understood what the author was trying to do with this novel- seems more like 3 separate sections/ novellas than interconnected stories. The writing as a whole was great....but maybe that‘s the point- the asymmetry of it all.

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Minervasbutler
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Nice job! 📚💕 10mo
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Abailliekaras
Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
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Our latest episode of Books On The Go is up! Amanda & I discuss Asymmetry. More than worth the hype - we loved this one! Subscribe at all good podcast places & let us know what you thought if you‘ve read it. 🎧✨

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Minervasbutler
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Pickpick

Superficially 2 unrelated novellas, one concerning the affair between a young woman and an eminent ageing novelist, the other an American-Iraqi detained at Heathrow, with an odd coda at the end. Closer examination reveals the connections between the sections and the grappling with themes such as authenticity and imagination. Beautifully written and quite unlike anything I've ever read.

SamAnne Loved this novel. Great debut. 10mo
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Minervasbutler
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Lol

AnnieReads 😂 this one is on my TBR list. 10mo
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Abailliekaras
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Pickpick

A beautiful novel in 3 parts, connected by themes & motifs - like different movements of the same piece of music. I love the fresh writing - it‘s skilful & considered but not overdone. Mary Alice asks whether a novel should tackle big questions like war or more domestic, intimate stories: Halliday offers both & lets us decide, w hints of music & religion as shared by all. Told w affection & a sure, light touch - thought-provoking & a joy to read.

Cinfhen Beautiful photo & review 💙 10mo
Abailliekaras @Cinfhen thank you! I didn‘t know what to expect with this one but absolutely loved it. 😃 10mo
saresmoore Great review! 10mo
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Chelsea.Poole Gorgeous view 😊 10mo
BarbaraBB You really make me want to read this book 💜 10mo
Abailliekaras @barbarabb I hope you like it! 10mo
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SW-T
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Use code NYNY19 to get 30%off and free shipping until January 9 on simonandschuster.com

Happy book shopping!

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Abailliekaras
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My current read - I‘m enjoying this so far! 📖🤓

mcctrish The cover is 💛 10mo
Abailliekaras @mcctrish isn‘t it! 10mo
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Floresj
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Pickpick

I think I‘m missing deeper aspects of this book, but I loved it- especially the second of the three parts. There were so many gems of observations nestled in between the ongoing plot that made me wish I could annotate this one. The relationship in the first and third portions was both tragic and engaging. It‘s definitely one of my favorites of the 2018 class. Brilliantly written.

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SamAnne
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Pickpick

Halliday perfectly captures the obtuse arrogance of an older male lover/mentor, the shifting vulnerability and young talented woman coming into her own. Loved all three interconnected stories.

RaimeyGallant Nice review. 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
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DarcysMom Welcome to Litsy! 🤩 10mo
DebReads4fun Welcome to Litsy! 9mo
SamAnne Thank you! 9mo
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RowReads1
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scowler1
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Pickpick

Two seemingly unrelated novellas turn out to be just that, with a short chapter at the end revealing nothing. I've read all the hype and reviews and conclude I'm not smart enough to 'get' this book. Either that or it's an emperor's new clothes situation.
Having said all that, it's brilliantly written and interesting to the last word. I loved it.

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gracemom
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Lovely so far.....

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BookishTrish
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Another day, another instance of #bookmail showing up that I forgot I ordered while online Christmas shopping. There should be a support group.

Lizpixie Am I early for the meeting?🙋🏻‍♀️ 11mo
CouronneDhiver Im running late for the meeting... just stopped into the store real quick... 😉 11mo
Tamra 🤣 11mo
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BookishTrish @Lizpixie @CouronneDhiver My name is Patricia and it‘s been nearly 24 hours since my last book was delivered. 11mo
Lizpixie @CouronneDhiver @Tamra @BookishTrish welcome to our new members, refreshments after the meeting. Thanks for sharing Patricia!My names Liz & my last book was delivered an hour ago.😔 (edited) 11mo
BookishTrish @Lizpixie May we help you to change the things we can and accept the things we can‘t change. 11mo
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mauveandrosysky
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Mehso-so

I‘m aware that this ambitious debut accomplished something structurally inventive, but I can‘t entirely wrap my head around what that is. This is clearly a writer‘s novel. It‘s as much about Halliday herself as it is the fictional characters within, though not in the trite, novel-as-autobiography way that we have come to expect. In fact, in many ways it satirizes that very concept and turns it on its head. I feel very ambivalent about it overall.

Notafraidofwords I dont know anything about it other than she dated Roth. Every podcast mentions that. And just knowing that is enough to turn me away. Might give it a chance when the hype dies down. 11mo
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LauraBeth
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Pickpick

Despite the fact that I wasn‘t into this book in the beginning - it won me over. This is a brilliant novel. It‘s definitely a “writer‘s book”. If you love thinking about the creative writing process, and imagination itself - and if you ever think about if we can ever understand someone else across lines of race, gender, age, nationality, and power - you will adore this. Such a deep, rich and thoughtful book. One of my favorites of 2018.

Redwritinghood You‘ve convinced me to give it a shot. 11mo
merelybookish This took some processing, but I eventually came to appreciate what it's doing. The writing is excellent but it took me some time to see how it all hung together. 11mo
plemmdog I really liked it. The dialogue sparkled. 11mo
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batsy Love your review! 11mo
HKGirl Oohh, this sounds fascinating. 11mo
LauraBeth @Redwritinghood, @merelybookish, @plemmdog, @batsy, @HKGirl it took me a few pages in to truly appreciate what Halliday was doing, but when I saw it, it changed everything. I also loved the nod to King Lear and Alice In Wonderland. And that connection of sub-plot with main plot - brilliant! 11mo
Reggie Wow, you sold me. Stacked. 11mo
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LauraBeth
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Well I made it to the second half of this book and it has taken a turn for the better.

tournevis So the book is asymmetric? 🥁 11mo
LauraBeth @tournevis exactly 😂 11mo
saresmoore What a photo! 😸 11mo
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Jennick2004 🤣🤣 11mo
Dragon 😹 11mo
TNbookworm Oh my😹😹 11mo
LeahBergen Little rabid raccoon teeth! 😆😆 11mo
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LauraBeth
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Head‘s up if you want to read this: there are pages and pages and more pages of baseball as a metaphor. You will have to endure many lines of the author re-telling in detail all of the major plays from the Red Sox/Yankees AL Championship games.

TrishB That‘s probably a no then as I wouldn‘t have a clue! 11mo
Cinfhen Ummm; strike for me ⚾️ 11mo
LauraBeth @TrishB and @Cinfhen I‘m in it to win it at this point 😂 but I wish I had known this before going in because that may have swayed me to read something else. 11mo
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Cinfhen I APPRECIATE the heads up💜Although I‘d like to read this book, there are dozens of others on that list as well! Good luck on making it through the seventh inning stretch 😘😘 11mo
Ashley_Nicoletto 🤣🤦🏻‍♀️ 11mo
AmyG I picked this up as it‘s the New York Times...one of the best 10 of the year. I will still read this, though baseball bores me to death. 😳 11mo
Reecaspieces I am a huge baseball fan. And I love baseball books...but not sure I could stand another Yankees and Red Sox replay! 🙄😂. HEY BITSY! 11mo
Reecaspieces @AmyG just admire the Baseball Butts! 😳😜😂🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️ 11mo
LauraBeth @amyg baseball bores me too but I can get “behind” with @Reecaspieces admiration 😂 Bitsy says she‘s jealous of your crew not having to endure long passages about baseball. 11mo
Reecaspieces @LauraBeth 😂😂😂 poor Bitsy. She looks sooooo mistreated 11mo
megnews Thanks for the warning! 11mo
Suet624 Oh my, oh my, oh my. YES! I may be the only one who stacks this book but YES! 11mo
LauraBeth @Suet624 😂😂 11mo
LauraBeth @megnews it got much better! 🙌 11mo
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LauraBeth
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Thursday night reading with some side-eye.

Mary-Alice is smart, witty and probably one of the loneliest main characters I‘ve encountered in a long time.

DGRachel 😒 Bailey gives all kinds of side eye here. Right now she‘s sleeping, but I‘m sure to get hit with side eye soon. 😂😂 11mo
LauraBeth 😂😂 this is the, “Where‘s my dinner?!” side eye 11mo
LeahBergen 😆😆 Oh, she‘s a rotter! 😆😆 11mo
gradcat Both are so cute! 🐶🐱 11mo
Dragon 😻 11mo
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LauraBeth
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I‘m on page ten and not feeling this. At all.

Also - if this character is actually based on Philip Roth - his art of seduction consisted of giving women chocolate, ice cream and cookies.

LeahBergen And neither is Bitsy. 😆 11mo
LauraBeth @LeahBergen she‘s just mad since we had to move her bed because of the Christmas tree. 😂 11mo
Bklover Life‘s too short. Move on and try another time. 😊 11mo
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LauraBeth @Bklover I‘ll give it to page 50 but if I‘m not feeling it by then - I‘m out! 11mo
AmyG That seduction act actually sounds awesome. 😳 11mo
LauraBeth @AmyG I would have fallen for that hook, line, and sinker 😂 11mo
Samplergal I‘d have fallen for him. Chocolate always works. 11mo
Redwritinghood Ok - that seduction line would probably work on me. (edited) 11mo
LauraBeth @Samplergal and @Redwritinghood if he would have added cake and McDonalds fries to that mix, I would have married him 😂 🍰🍟 11mo
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