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The Perfect Nanny
The Perfect Nanny: A Novel | Leïla Slimani
“Is The Perfect Nanny the next Gone Girl? This author’s book on a killer nanny is next year’s must-read.” —The Telegraph Winner of France’s most prestigious literary prize, the Goncourt—the first book by a Moroccan woman to win When Myriam, a mother and brilliant French-Moroccan lawyer, decides to return to work, she and her husband are forced to look for a caretaker for their two young children. They are thrilled to find Louise: the perfect nanny right from the start. Louise sings to the children, cleans the family’s beautiful apartment in Paris’s upscale tenth arrondissement, stays late whenever asked, and hosts enviable kiddie parties. But as the couple and the nanny become more dependent on each other, jealousy, resentment, and frustrations mount, shattering the idyllic tableau. Building tension with every page, The Perfect Nanny is a riveting exploration of power, class, race, domesticity, and motherhood—and the debut in America of an immensely talented writer.
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BookItBilly
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Mehso-so

Caregiving has a hidden, destructive power. The best mothers and nannies surrender themselves entirely, taking the biggest hits -- to their lives and dreams -- to protect their young. Louise has spent her years slowly offering pieces of herself. When the nanny is finally reduced to nothing, she unleashes her buried fury to do the unthinkable. At the book's conclusion, though, I was left asking the same question I had at the beginning: Why?

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HarrieF
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Favourite reading spot? Bouncy chair, hufflepuff blanket, bookshelves in reach 🥰

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Mollyegutman
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Pickpick

Wait, can‘t believe I haven‘t posted this one yet! Gotten a LOT of reading done this summer and so far this is at the top of the list: tensely plotted, lyrically stunning, emotionally complicated, and one of the most stirring books I‘ve ever had the pleasure of encountering. an A+ literary thriller.

Cathythoughts I thought it was excellent too 2w
Mollyegutman @Cathythoughts I read the whole thing in two days! Not that it‘s a big book, but still. 2w
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youneverarrived
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Mehso-so

It could have been excellent had it offered that bit more character depth. It felt a bit shallow and for such an extreme crime I didn‘t feel involved much emotionally. It is marketed as a thriller and page-turner and in that regard it hits the mark. However, as it‘s based on a true story I wanted more. ⭐️⭐️

BarbaraBB I know what you mean and felt the same! 2w
Aimeesue Yep. I just finished it. It needed something …more. Not entirely sure what, but SOMETHING. 2w
readordierachel I did not realize this was based on a true story! 2w
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Cathythoughts I went into it knowing nothing about it & thinking I wouldn‘t like it ... and I found it really good. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2w
youneverarrived @BarbaraBB @Aimeesue yeah, it just lacked something. 2w
youneverarrived @readordierachel I only knew after reading reviews. Not sure how much of it is true. 2w
youneverarrived @Cathythoughts that‘s the best way sometimes 🧡 2w
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youneverarrived
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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London bound so have two hours reading time 😁 not sure what to make of this yet. I‘m intrigued but it‘s not completely gripping me.

UwannaPublishme Happy travels! 💕 2w
Cathythoughts I‘ll be interested to hear your thoughts.... 2w
Cathythoughts I thought it was good 2w
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squirrelbrain It‘s hard work though.... 2w
youneverarrived @Cathythoughts I‘m nearly finished it. It‘s definitely a page turner 👍 2w
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Aimeesue
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Because I apparently like to horrify myself. Vicariously.

Cathythoughts This is a good one imo 2w
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Minervasbutler
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Pickpick

Based on a true story of a nanny who murdered the two children in her care (transposed from Manhattan to Paris) it's a sort of "whydunnit" since we know from the first page where it's all leading up to. A smooth, creepy, page-turning read which contains interesting insights into the modern class divides. My main issue is with the rather disappointing ending which fails to really answer the "why" question to my satisfaction.

Cathythoughts Great review! I thought it was an excellent read. 2w
BookItBilly I had a very similar reaction and review! 2d
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Pruzy
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Pickpick

Finished this book yesterday! So yes, it has the eerie story about a nanny that murders the children she is caring for (not a spoiler, revealed in the prologue to set up the book), it also contains a multitude of existential reflections about what it is to be a parent, a spouse, or even a progressive who ultimately becomes an employer of a nanny. I guess I‘m saying that the chapters about the parents were more compelling than those about the nanny

Cathythoughts Great review.. I found it a very interesting read too. 👍🏻 1mo
Pruzy @Cathythoughts Thank you! 1mo
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Pruzy
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Hey all! It‘s Saturday night and I‘m reading The Perfect Nanny and sipping some wine. Looking for some good book chat, so if you have anything on your mind about books or reading at all (or even a non-spoilerly opinion of The Perfect Nanny), I‘d love to hear it!

wanderinglynn What‘s your wine? 🍷 1mo
Pruzy @wanderinglynn It‘s a Canadian Riesling. Unfortunately, half of it is from an old bottle I had lying around which makes it taste less great 1mo
annahenke I'm spending my night in exactly the same way. 1mo
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Pruzy @annahenke Perfect 👌. What you reading? 1mo
annahenke @Pruzy just finished a sweet romance. It was fluffy but enjoyable. 1mo
Pruzy @annahenke Sometimes thats just what the weekend calls for! 1mo
annahenke @pruzy so true! 1mo
Pruzy @annahenke I guess that implies that something else is next? 1mo
annahenke I'm switching to fantasy for more fun. I adored Christopher Paolini's Eragon books, so I'm driving into my copy of 1mo
Pruzy @annahenke Not gonna lie, also sounds perfect for a Saturday night! 1mo
Cathythoughts I thought this book was really good. Well written. The tension builds. I couldn‘t put it down. I did not realize it was based ( not sure how closely) on a true story. She has another book .. Adele , which I have on kindle... will read sometime this summer 👍🏻 1mo
KirstieE I‘ve been binging the handmaids tale and even though I found the book boring (and the show is probably full of added drama) I kinda wanna give the book another go now that I understand it more now ! 1mo
Pruzy @Cathythoughts Based on the way this one is written I will definitely be picking up Adele 1mo
Pruzy @KirstieE I‘m watching Season 3 now and it is soooo good. I thought season 2 was a little slow at some parts, but season 1 was amazing 1mo
KirstieE I‘m almost finished season 2 so I‘ve nearly caught up! Bad thing is I don‘t want to catch up cause then I‘ll have nothing to watch ! Haha 1mo
Pruzy @KirstieE Well, luckily season 3 is just airing now so you'll be able to watch it as it happens! And maybe discuss too :) 1mo
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Exterminate1977
Pickpick

3/5, I didn‘t like the ending but it had me all the way through

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Cinfhen
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#WanderingJune Not sure why but my mind went to this dark, psychological character study. Written by French-Moroccan writer Leïla Slimani, this story is inspired by true events of the NY nanny's killing of the Krim children.The French edition has a different title & won the Prix Goncourt in 2016. It‘s emotionally gripping as the story is told after the murder has already occurred. #FrenchKissingInTheUSA #BookClubWorthy

BarbaraBB Smart line of thinking. This was no favorite of mine. In the end I still had no answers! 1mo
TrishB Not been drawn to this one. 1mo
Cathythoughts I read this recently & found it very well written & a compelling read. I didn‘t realize it was based on a true story. (edited) 1mo
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Cinfhen Unfortunately it is based on true events @Cathythoughts A nanny stabbed and killed 2/3 children she “cared” for. She had a long history of mental instability that was kept hidden from the parents. Tragic💔 1mo
ephemeralwaltz Really liked this! 1mo
Cinfhen I have you down for co-hosting in July for the book & music daily photo challenge. Are you still interested??? @ephemeralwaltz 1mo
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MeganLindell
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️½ • This one left me wanting more, but maybe that was the point? Not exactly satisfying, but I‘m glad I read it. It‘s been compared to Gone Girl, which I think is a stretch, but I think it could be made into an interesting movie.

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Cathythoughts
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Pickpick

A disturbing, on-the-edge-of-sanity read. I got this about a year ago & put it on the shelf wondering if it was really for me or a foolish impulse buy. Turns out it‘s a serious unnerving, intelligent book. I couldn‘t put it down .... scary stuff. We never know what might be waiting for us on our shelves... this one threw me !

Cathythoughts @Alex100 Hello. Are you on Litsy long ? Welcome. Yes I will follow you. 👍🏻 1mo
squirrelbrain It‘s very disturbing isn‘t it, but you‘re right, it‘s still unputdownable.... Oh and I had a very similar message as you‘ve had from Alex - ignored it... 1mo
Cathythoughts @squirrelbrain oh !!! I put in a request to follow him , I was being friendly.... 🤔 he is a private user. Thanks Helen 1mo
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squirrelbrain Maybe I‘m just a miserable old so-and-so, but I don‘t follow anyone that has a private profile... 😠 1mo
Cathythoughts @squirrelbrain your a lovely person & your instinct is the right one ! Why the privacy profile anyway 🤷🏻‍♀️.... 1mo
squirrelbrain Exactly, what is there to hide if you‘re *just* wanting to talk about books... 😘 1mo
TrishB @squirrelbrain I do exactly the same! If I click and it‘s private I say sod it and don‘t bother! 1mo
batsy Glad to hear this! Great review 💜 I also bought this awhile back and have yet to get to it, but now I'm more excited to read it. 1mo
erzascarletbookgasm I have this but am reluctant to start because of the subject matter..I‘ll put this further up my tbr after reading your review. 👍❣️ 1mo
Reggie I love when this happens!!! Great post!! 1mo
Cathythoughts @batsy I imagine you would like it Suba 👍🏻 1mo
Cathythoughts @erzascarletbookgasm the worst is written about at the beginning. The book itself is more a study of the nanny & family dynamics.... tension throughout, it‘s good IMO 1mo
Cathythoughts @Reggie thanks Reggie! I know , I love it when you start reading & cant put it down 👍🏻♥️ 1mo
BiblioLitten I kept my profile private for a week or so because I was getting an onslaught of requests. There was something off about most of them. I go by gut. 1mo
Cathythoughts @BiblioLitten yes! Gut instinct is the most reliable path always 👍🏻♥️ 1mo
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TheLudicReader
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Mehso-so

So, this book...I guess I can see why everyone thinks it‘s so good. Louise is the nanny to Myriam and Paul‘s two young children in Paris. She plays games, cooks amazing meals, keeps the apartment spotless, but there is also something...off ...about her. Not in the same way as if this had been written as a North American thriller, though. (If that makes sense.) This slim novel is going for something more and it was just okay for me.

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TheLudicReader
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So, it‘s May 15, but feels more like Feb 15. Brrrr.🥶
I finished A Gentleman in Moscow. 🤨
I am hoping my new book won‘t put me to sleep.😴
Only 16 class days before exams start. 🥳

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shaynarae
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this book not as a thriller, but as a look into some of the challenges around family dynamics and childcare. #catsoflitsy

Kshakal Such a pretty kitty! 3mo
shaynarae @Kshakal Thank you! 😸 3mo
rretzler 😻 3mo
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candority
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Panpan

The Perfect Nanny was marketed as a thriller, but it read more like a character study. From the opening chapter, we know what crime was committed and who committed it, so we spend the rest of the book trying to figure out why and how it happened. This book had so much potential, but it lacked tension and anything interesting to keep me engaged. I was going to DNF, but I decided to find out what happens… then I got to the end, and NOTHING HAPPENS.

Zelma That is the worst! 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Well dang!!! 3mo
Naj Thank you for telling me that nothing happens, I bailed on this. 3mo
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candority @Naj You didn‘t miss a thing! I wish I bailed too! 3mo
BooknerdsLife Oh no! I just checked this out from my library! But we have a different title here in Australia 😩🤔 3mo
candority @BooknerdsLife Lots of people loved it - hopefully you do too! 🤞 I heard that there were two different titles for this one. I always hate when they do that! 3mo
BooknerdsLife @candority I hope so too...but TBH, being a mom, this topic is a little out of my comfort zone. IKR! Why do they do that? And I found that it‘s usually the US edition that change the title? Why? 🤔 3mo
candority @BooknerdsLife Yeah, it might be difficult to read 😕 It was uncomfortable for me at times, but at least it isn‘t graphic! I think they change the title based on what‘s popular in that country/region and what will have a better chance of selling? Not sure though 🤔 3mo
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nrjohnso
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Panpan

Although this was a very quick read it was stuffed full of fluff, very boring at times. I feel bad that I don't get the hype. No plot twists whatsoever...I just don't get it and I'm so sad😔
Overall score: 2.0/5.0

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Amberdfoy
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It‘s a cold crappy day. But we‘ve both found a way to enjoy it!

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Howseldomtheydo
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Weekend read. Don‘t think I would read this if I had young children! #currentlyreading #instagram

BooknerdsLife And as a mom, This is the type of book I can‘t read 😆🙈 4mo
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crazyspine
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Pickpick

I was curious about this book as it did so well I'm France but has terrible reviews on Litsy and on Goodreads. I wondered if it was a translation issue or a cultural gap. Anyway, I thought it was really good. I mean it's not a thriller in the traditional sense, but I thought it was a well-done exploration of psychology.

BookBridget Perluche! 🐕 4mo
Nute I‘m glad you liked it, because I bought it on impulse last year and later saw the very lukewarm reviews and ratings. By that time I had already thrown away the receipt so it was mine to keep. It‘s good to know that it can be considered money well-spent or at least okay-spent.😁 4mo
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Busha1984
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Mehso-so

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The Perfect Nanny started out with a gripping prologue, of sorts. The first half of the book I flew through. Then I felt the story started to lose momentum and become long and drawn out. It was a relatively quick read but the end was a disappointment.

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Stephkesey
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Pickpick

Might have given this a so-so if I reviewed it as soon as finished. Seemed over-simplified. It starts out with the murder-suicide of a nanny‘s two young charges. And then the rest attempts to answer: why? Which it only sort of does. But now with some distance I see that the questions are what stayed with me. It is set in Paris, and these questions have to do with class, immigrants, motherhood and regret. It is a quick read.

AyaOfSiwa I want that book. Must buy it :) 5mo
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TequilaMockingbird
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Pickpick

When a book begins “The baby is dead” there are no misconceptions about happy endings yet this book kept me engaged until the last page. I wish there weren‘t so many unanswered questions but it is still worth the read.

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Sarz
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Pickpick

4.5 ⭐
This is a great read. I really enjoyed the narrative structure - you know how it's going to end from the opening chapter, but that only adds to the tension.

I also liked the writing, although some parts were a bit clunky or repetitive. I'm not sure if that's due to the translation though.

I would recommend this to those who like Liane Moriarty style stories, although I liked this better than anything I've read by Moriarty.

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samjmitchell
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
Panpan

I‘m giving this book one star but it deserves none. Out of all the books I‘ve read this one is by far the worst. Before you tell me I didn‘t understand it - yes, I did - and I still hated it.

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Jen2
Panpan

I did not care for this at all.

Anna40 I had heard about it but it sounded horrible 6mo
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Phototrotter
Chanson douce | Leïla Slimani
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JulAnna
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Panpan

Possibly #unpopularopinion Very disappointed. The characters were flat and mostly unlikeable. Quick read but will be very forgettable.

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WolfGirl16
Panpan

Boo. I had to power through this one. It was well written by the characters were all unfortunate and ridiculous. I really don‘t recommend it

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JulAnna
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Today‘s library haul! I am so glad that I have gotten back in the habit! 😊

valeriegeary Some good picks here!! 👍 6mo
Reviewsbylola 84 CCR is a really sweet book. 6mo
AshHisson I love 84 Charing Cross Road. It‘s one of my favourites. If that edition doesn‘t contain it there‘s also a follow-up called The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street. 6mo
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Crazeedi 84 charging cross is the BEST!!! 6mo
JulAnna @Reviewsbylola @AshHisson @Crazeedi I have heard good things about it. I am reading it for Book Riot‘s read harder challenge this year. 😊 6mo
LauraBeth Nice haul! I started back using my local library about 4 years ago and estimate that I‘ve saved thousands of dollars on books 😀 6mo
Crazeedi @LauraBeth my local library is the best, I do library loans from there when they dont have the book. It's a small town library, so they are limited. And since I've started reading from overdrive it's been even better! 6mo
LeahBergen Happy Birthday! 📚📚📚 6mo
JulAnna @LeahBergen Thanks! 6mo
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Amam
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
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Panpan

The ending left you open to so many questions. The beginning of the story giving you this massive story line that you expect to find out more to throughout the book, it doesn‘t really conclude and barely touches on the main story of the book

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Bookboss
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Pickpick

I picked this up after listening to the New York Book Review podcast. They described it as being a study of parenthood and relationships rather than a horror story of a nanny murdering her charges. The book is fascinating and horrifying. How do we raise our children? How do we treat the people in our employ? This is a book with more questions than answers, but that is not a bad thing. The murders are horrific, so be careful if you have small kids.

readordierachel I wanted to read this, but I have a toddler and had to stop after the first page 🙈 6mo
Bookboss @readirdierachel Completely understandable. My kids are grown, and I don‘t have grandkids yet. 6mo
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akfreeborn
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Pickpick

This book seems to be divisive-some love and some hate. For me it was well done, thought provoking and real. Clearly the author understood that there is no easy answer to the “why” and I think she does a good job with the unraveling of the nanny and her precarious position. I‘m not sure this is entirely meant to parallel the New York case and I think it reads better without having that case on your mind. Quick satisfying read.

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Maude
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Pickpick

Hmm, I have to say this is a pick because I started this morning and couldn't put it down..That ending though!!! I really can't say I wasn't a little disappointed by the ending not wrapping things up a bit more🤔 1st book of 2019
Opening sentence - The baby is dead.

RadicalReader @Maude it was an equally awesome unputdownable book for me as well so happy I indulged it in and proudly recommend it to other ravenous readers. If you enjoyed this catapult style chapters be sure to check out 6mo
Maude @RadicalReader I did love the style of this book so I will definitely check out, The One, thank you :) 6mo
RadicalReader @Maude you might be able to find it as an ebook if you don‘t want to wait for a physical copy to come in at the library 6mo
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LMJenkins
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Pickpick

Wow. It‘s going to take me a little while to process how I feel about this one. I had assumptions about it when I began, and I was surprised when it was chosen to be one of the top books of the year by the New York Times. It was different than I thought it would be. I‘ll be back.

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DMC_run8
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Pickpick

Read this in a day. The book opens with the murder of the children which instantly hooked me. I needed to know why she did it.

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LMJenkins
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“The baby is dead.”
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CONSIDERATIONS
Emma and Paul
Blue
Fiction
DECORATED and THEY
Orange and blue
LS
“Half an hour late”
2016
Kate Hamer
No
I have not.

#thebookinyourhands

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LMMP
Lullaby | Leïla Slimani
Pickpick

Short, read it in the space of a few hours. Subtle profiling, doesn't overdescribe and leaves much unsaid. Not a 'classic' but gripping and brave in that she opens with the ending and doesn't need any twists to keep reader engaged

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UnabridgedPod
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Pickpick

Wow was this a tough read (I was definitely reading it through my identity as a mother). Its writing is perfect, an unsentimental but eerily relatable examination of working motherhood. I don't want to write much--the unexpected twists are SUCH a part of the reading experience--but this novel is SO horrifying and SO believable. Just amazing.⠀

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Redwritinghood
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Mehso-so

I found the characters in this one to be more caricatures than believable people, which is probably what put me off a bit with this one. Based on the NY case where a nanny murdered two of the children in her care, the book seems to place some of the blame on the parents, as if they put too much reliance on the nanny causing her to snap. There is some exploration of the nanny‘s mental state, but this aspect could have been developed more.

charl08 Yup, this one missed target for me too. 7mo
sarahbarnes Thanks for this review! 7mo
readordierachel I started this once but got squeamish about the subject matter. Maybe I'll just skip it for good. 7mo
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Floresj
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Mehso-so

Well that was gripping and disturbing. The book is based on the nanny who murders two children, and although the author doesn‘t explain why (really, is there a legitimate excuse whatever it was?), the book does touch on some interesting issues. I‘m not sure I‘d call it the best of 2018, but it definitely caught my attention.

TheNerdyProfessor I've been debating about buying this one, but so many reviews seem to be so-so that I might skip it. 7mo
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Hooked_on_books
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Pickpick

From the first sentence we know the children are dead, casting a chill and sense of foreboding across the entire book. The writing is deceptively simple as the truth of what goes on behind closed doors is partially revealed. No character is truly likable and we can‘t know any one completely, which feels real. What a great, chilling, quick read.

#dogsofLitsy #Bindi

irre 😍🐶😍 7mo
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RadicalReader
Pickpick

I LOVED AND SPED THROUGH THIS BOOK UTTERLY GRIPPING AND COLOSSALLY-CREEPY THE WAY A TERRIFIC THRILLER SHOULD BE!! YOU WILL DOUBE CHECK THE LOCKS ON DOORS AND HAVE BLANKETS UP TO YOUR CHIN!! RUN TO THE LIBRARY, SEARCH YOUR EBOOK LIBRARY AND DEVOUR THIS DELICIOUS NOVEL #ThePerfectNanny #Fiction

LisaW Good to hear. I‘ve been holding off on this one due to some so so reviews, but sounds like it is work picking up! 7mo
RadicalReader @LisaW you will enjoy it I loved it even more that it was simply easily able to be gotten from the wonderful app Libby love how I can have a list of books on hold then be notified when they‘re available 7mo
BookBabe Okay, you‘ve convinced me! 7mo
RadicalReader @BookBabe you‘ll love it I enjoyed it immensely and highly and proudly recommend this riveting read to all. Looking forward to her other novel Adele (edited) 7mo
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RadicalReader

On the way to school, Hector would hold very tightly to the nanny‘s hands. As he got older and his palms grew bigger, he felt increasingly worried that e might crush Louise‘s bones, her biscuit-like , porcelain bones. The Nanny‘s knuckles would crack inside the child‘s palm, and sometimes Hector thought that he was the one holding Louise‘s hand helping her cross the road. #Fiction #ThePerfectNanny

Suet624 💕💕 7mo
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RadicalReader

“ They react like spoiled children, purring cats.” #ThePerfectNanny #Fiction

Cinfhen I liked this one!!!! 7mo
RadicalReader @Cinfhen I can‘t put it down! Been glued since I first started it two days ago and love how quickly I am flying through it!! Anxious to see if this incredible author has written any more wonderful writings 7mo
Cinfhen She has a new one coming out early next year 7mo
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RadicalReader @Cinfhen there are so many wonderful reads coming out next year cannot wait!!! My top two will definitely be An Anonymous Girl and No Exit both January releases too!! No better way to start the New Year 7mo
Cinfhen I read a review copy of Anonymous Girl, it was good...a real page turner 7mo
RadicalReader @Cinfhen the best novels are page turners. One that was such for me and my favorite book of 2018 was without hesitation 7mo
Cinfhen Thanks for the suggestion! Will add it to my never ending list ❣️❣️ 7mo
RadicalReader @Cinfhen happens with this lovely website so happy to have a never ending amount of incredible reads 7mo
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RadicalReader

In the sky , a ballon flies away; Mickey has become a space ship. #Fiction #ThePerfectNanny

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RadicalReader

She talked the way balloons deflate, more and more quickly. #ThePerfectNanny #Fiction

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