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The Girl Who Smiled Beads
The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After | Elizabeth Weil, Clemantine Wamariya
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A riveting story of dislocation, survival and the power of the imagination to save us. Clemantine Wamariya was six years old when her mother and father began to speak in whispers, when neighbors began to disappear, and when she heard the loud, ugly sounds her brother said were "thunder." It was 1994, and in 100 days, more than 800,000 people would be murdered in Rwanda and millions more displaced. Clemantine and her fifteen-year-old sister, Claire, ran and spent the next six years wandering through seven African countries searching for safety--hiding under beds, foraging for food, surviving and fleeing refugee camps, finding unexpected kindness, witnessing unimaginable cruelty. They did not know whether their parents were alive. At age twelve, Clemantine, along with Claire, was granted asylum in the United States--a chance to build a new life. Chicago was disorienting, filled with neon lights, antiseptic smells, endless concrete. Clemantine spoke five languages but almost no English, and had barely gone to school. Many people wanted to help--a family in the North Shore suburbs invited Clemantine to live with them as their daughter. Others saw her only as broken. They thought she needed, and wanted, to be saved. Meanwhile Claire, who had for so long protected and provided for Clemantine, found herself on a very different path, cleaning hotel rooms to support her three children. Raw, urgent, yet disarmingly beautiful, The Girl Who Smiled Beads captures the true costs and aftershocks of war: what is forever lost, what can be repaired, the fragility and importance of memory, the faith that one can learn, again, to love oneself, even with deep scars.
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Wife
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The author says that you could cry for a hundred lifetimes and not be able to cry for all the 500,000+ victims of the Rwandan Genocide. So many people died in the span of about 3 1/2 months. I‘ve listened to her story, but will never be able to imagine what it was like for them. 4/5😢

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A painfully illuminating memoir that is a testament to the horrors of the refugee experience. I found it particularly helpful in understanding present border concerns.

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CandiReadsBooks
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Clemantine‘s story of survival through the Rwandan genocide is an emotionally heavy one that must be told. The story tells of the courage, resilience and strength she and her sister had to move from one camp to another (and eventually migrate to America). It also shows the different trajectory of the sisters lives, with Clemantine being fostered by a white suburban family. I‘m also glad to know there‘s no animosity between the sisters.

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Lauram
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I picked this library book to meet #LetterG requirement of my #LitsyAtoZ. It‘s one of the best books I‘ve read this year. Clementine‘s story is heartbreaking and tragic.

“When you don‘t belong to a country, the world decides that you don‘t deserve a thing.”

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DebinHawaii I really loved this one. It was great in audiobook too. 📚❤️ 3mo
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cariashley
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Morning #audiorun view today is of the Williamsburg Bridge! Already pretty warm out but not too bad yet. I‘m getting my miles down to ~9 min each and am really happy with that. This book isn‘t an easy one but it‘s really good - horrifying, though.

sudi What a great view! 😍 3mo
Crazeedi Great time! And great view!❤ 3mo
cariashley @Crazeedi thanks! 💪 3mo
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DebinHawaii
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#WanderingJune
Escaping genocide in 1994 Rwanda at age six, with her older sister, Clemantine Wamariya traveled through refugee camps & throughout southern Africa before being granted asylum in the U.S. in 2000. I found the audio book of her memoir fascinating & think she has grown into a strong, beautiful & amazing African woman. She is my pick for today's #AfricanLady prompt.

*photos borrowed from Vogue. Link to interview below in comments.

Itchyfeetreader I adored this book. Absolutely one of my picks of last year 4mo
Cinfhen Wonderful choice 💕 4mo
BarbaraBB This sounds so good. Thanks for the interview and the rec! 4mo
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MrBook
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#TBRtemptation post 4! Clemantine Wamariya began to see her parents whisper, neighbors disappear, and hear thunderous sounds, when she was 6. In 1994, her and her older 15-year-old sister fled Rwanda, wandering through many African countries parentless. Imprisoned, abused, escaping refugee camps, and experiencing kindness, they would eventually be granted asylum in the US. Then the journey into her past would begin. #blameLitsy #blameMrBook 😎

APLitlife On my TBR! Trying to get through as much as I can this summer. 4mo
MrBook @APLitlife 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4mo
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BookNAround
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A memoir by a woman who, as a child, fled the Rwandan genocide with her older sister, they went through seven countries, never knowing if the rest of their family was still alive, before coming to the US as refugees. Full review at https://booknaround.blogspot.com/2019/04/review-girl-who-smiled-beads-by.html

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ReneeBijou
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I completed this beauty a month ago and yet I am still drawn to it. I want to paint the world with these beautiful words especially the last line. #thegirlwhosmiledbeads

LitsyWelcomeWagon Welcome to Litsy! Hope these #Litsytips by @RaimeyGallant http://bit.ly/litsytips and #LitsyHowTo videos: goo.gl/UrCpoU are helpful. There‘s so many fun things to do: book exchanges, buddy reads, photo challenges and more! #LitsyWelcomeWagon
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StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 💖📖💖 4mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🤗🌺 4mo
ReneeBijou @Eggs thank you! 4mo
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hermyknee

This book is good, there is no doubt. But, I think I will have to come back to it. I‘m having a really hard time concentrating recently. I have it in hardback, so maybe actually reading it is the way I should go instead of listening to it on audio. Hopefully when this school year ends I‘ll be able to focus on something. #tbr #audio #botm

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I listened to this on audiobook and was captivated. Wamariya weaves together her childhood as a Rwandan refugee moving across other unstable African countries, and her adolescence in the US at private schools and Yale. She explores how each transition affecter her personally, her relationships, and her attitudes. This is not a happy-ending-with-a-bow book, but it is all the more powerful as a result.

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nelehelen
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My haul from the #BooksandBrews event at Anchor Brewery! 😍😍😍

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The_Reading_Hedgehog
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I enjoyed this book. It wasn‘t amazing but the story was captivating and made me think about my life in a way I haven‘t before. Also, I thought the cover is really cool - the beads you can see on the front are overlaid on a picture of the author so you can see bits of her in this fairytale she has adapted as a metaphor for her life.

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Just the prologue has my heart wrenched out and smashed open... and I‘m angry. Humbled. Riveted. #audible

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Currey
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#Rwanda This book was authored by Clementine Wamariya and co-written by Elizabeth Weil. It is the story of Clemantine‘s and her sister Claire‘s journey from the outbreak of war in Rwanda through multiple refugee camps and finally to the US. More importantly it is the journey through survival, emotional scars, loss, furious soul eating anger mixed with perseverance and hope. I can‘t review someone‘s life but the telling is powerfully personal.

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Ms. Wamariya shares her experience with openness and heart. It is a candid look at the Rwandan civil war. #ReadingTheWorld.

LitLogophile Loved this! 7mo
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Jacquelyne
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Wamariya's literature background shines in her exceptional writing and rich vocabulary that colors the pages of this remarkable memoir.

The fragmentation of her history and her struggle to find wholeness deeply resonated with me. This is a book that will sit on my soul for quite awhile.

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Billypar
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Wamariya faced an unexpected problem in arriving in the U.S. as a child after she and her sister spent years as refugees from the Rwandan genocide. How do you share your experiences to well-intentioned people who don't have a clue just how ordinary your experience was, however traumatic? This memoir explores how to be empathic and sympathetic without putting others in a box: how to hear others' stories instead of just their situation.

Billypar I would also highly recommend the audio version. Not only is the narration good, but the author voices her own Afterword, and it is delivered in such a powerful way: more like she's speaking to you directly in a conversation instead of reading. 8mo
Leftcoastzen This has been on my radar, your wonderful review makes me want to move it up the stack and go for the audio . 8mo
Cathythoughts Great ! I‘m always looking for good audios 👍🏻♥️ 8mo
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Billypar @Leftcoastzen @Cathythoughts Will be interested to hear your thoughts if you pick it up (or push 'play')! 8mo
Suet624 Great review. 7mo
Billypar @Suet264 Thanks! ☺️ 7mo
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Redjewel_7734
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This is a wonderfully told heartbreaking & uplifting story. But its real power was in the way it interrogates the narratives we like to tell ourselves about outreach, the ways we help refugees, how we think we know/understand others‘ trauma, and what we expect in return/believe we‘re owed for all those things. It‘s a hard look at a lot of hard things.

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BookNAround
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It‘s a lazy, grey day here so I thought I‘d finally start my first #newyearwhodis from @Itchyfeetreader . If I don‘t get cracking, I‘ll run out of January and since I already own another one on the list, I don‘t want to do that!

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monalyisha I just love that cover design. 9mo
BookNAround @monalyisha It‘s textured too. (edited) 9mo
Itchyfeetreader Oh I hope you enjoy 9mo
Pricel101 Stacking this #newyearwhodis is a great way to exchange book reco‘s 😀📖 @monalyisha 9mo
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alisonrose
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A harrowing read, but crucial particularly for those of us privileged enough to have never experienced anything like this to understand—as much as possible, which surely will never be 100%—what it means to say someone is a refugee. The US seems now dead set against treating refugees w/the care & empathy they deserve, & this account shows just how much ignorance & cruelty that entails. Complex & honest, if a bit disjointed in structure. 4/5 ⭐️

8little_paws I thought this book was incredible 9mo
BlameJennyJane Nice review! 9mo
alisonrose @8little_paws It was! I appreciate that she didn‘t sugarcoat her complicated feelings about her life in the US and how people acted toward her. Made it feel so honest and raw. 9mo
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Weaponxgirl You‘ve just made me want to read this even more than I did before 9mo
alisonrose @Weaponxgirl that‘s always great to hear! 9mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage I loved this book! 9mo
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Weaponxgirl That‘s really powerful 9mo
alisonrose @Weaponxgirl Yeah, I read it over three times because it really struck me 9mo
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I lost track of who I was. I‘d become a negative, a receptacle of need.

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I didn‘t read much nonfiction last year and want to try to get to more in 2019. This sounds like it will be devastating but also truly powerful. #nowreading

suzisteffen I hadn‘t heard of this book, but wow, definitely one I want to read. Thanks! 9mo
shutterbug_mama I loved it! Enjoy! I read this and A Small Country back to back! Try that one if you also got it from BOTM! 9mo
alisonrose @suzisteffen It‘s painful to read but worth it! 9mo
alisonrose @shutterbug_mama I didn‘t but it is on my list! 9mo
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kaitthegreat
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Although difficult at times to read due to the unsettling content, this book was a raw account of what happens during times of war and after. Clemantine‘s words painted a picture of a story that was troubling but also illuminating. Such a brave, well-spoken woman lifting the curtain on life as a refugee.

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Rachel.Rencher
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This book left me completely speechless. I'm in awe of Clemantine's story about the Rwandan massacre. Clemantine and her sister, Claire, left everything they knew behind in order to escape. They made it to the US 6 years later, but they weren't sure if they still had any family left.

This is why we need to be compassionate to refugees. We can't even begin to understand the trauma they've experienced, and it pains me to see how they're treated.

hermyknee Ooh this one is on my TBR for 2019. I got it last year in a BOTM box, but haven‘t read it yet! (Why?!) 9mo
Blaire Yes! Thank you for your kind message regarding refugees. They have all suffered trauma we can‘t begin to imagine and have taken great risks to try and find a safe home. 9mo
Lucas.Rencher I can't wait to read this! 😀 9mo
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Rachel.Rencher
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I have a new respect for preschool teachers. I subbed it for the first time today, and I can't describe the (literal) amount of crap that I put up with. 😅

Not even joking, there was only one kid whose clothes didn't need changed. One kid got naked on the playground and peed on his own clothes. One threw up exorcist-style all over himself and a box of legos.

Oh yeah, and a kid set wet paint on my book... it's a good thing they're cute.

britt_brooke OMG. 9mo
Bookgoil Yes PreK and EC be crazy. 9mo
mdm139 Lol I used to teach preK. Every day was an adventure. I always kept a change of clothes at work. Paint, snot, and blood was always on me. One memorable day I had to change clothes 3 times and borrowed my boss's back up shirt. 9mo
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Rachel.Rencher @mdm139 Oh dear! Lol I was literally wondering if I should bring extra clothes if I sub for them again. 🤣 9mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Hahahaha yup! Good thing they're cute! 😁I used to teach preschool too and what learned about it is to expect the unexpected and yes extra clothes always!! 9mo
JSW Everything you described is why I work with college students. 9mo
Rachel.Rencher @JSW Also why I'm going into secondary ed... thankfully all of this is temporary! 9mo
CouronneDhiver Yikes. 😳 9mo
Lucas.Rencher Ya preschool is rough 😀 9mo
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“Nobody is better than anybody else. Nobody is who you think they are at first glance. We need to see beyond the projections we cast onto each other. Each of us is so much grander, more nuanced, and more extraordinary than anybody thinks, including ourselves.”

8little_paws LOVED this book! 9mo
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Rachel.Rencher
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Curling up with a new book while I wait for my hubbs to come home from the gym! I got this one in my last Feed A Reader box, and I've been dying to start it. 🤓

8little_paws Loved this. Top 10 of 2018 9mo
Billypar Reading this one pretty soon! 9mo
Lucas.Rencher It looks so good! 😀 9mo
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Worth considering in the current state and culture of our world.

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“Survival, true survival of the body and soul, requires creativity, freedom of thought, collaboration. You might have time and I might have land. You might have ideas and I might have strength. You might have a tomato and I might have a knife. We need each other. We need to say: I honor the things that you respect and I value the things you cherish. I am not better than you. To are not better than me.”

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This is a truly heart-wrenching and eye-opening book. Not an easy read, but a necessary one. I would recommend it.

#booked2018 #RefugeeMC #catsoflitsy #Phoenix

CoffeeNBooks Gorgeous cat! 😺 12mo
Cinfhen I read this one too. What a brave young woman! 12mo
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Purplerosiepage
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Compelling story about surviving and the effects of trauma on a person. I‘m glad I gave this one a chance.

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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Up next.

New books and coffee snuggles.

hermyknee Oh I have this book on my #botm shelf - I‘m interested to hear what you think! 13mo
Ashley_Nicoletto @hermyknee I finished late last night and it was pretty good. You can tell she experienced a genocide as a child as her writing of it is different then I imagine it would be if she were an adult at the time. Overall, a great story. It really handed me all of my privilege back to me and made me think about how lucky I am to have lived in the US with parents and plenty of food, a consistent home, etc. 13mo
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AmyG
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Finally beginning this book that I recieved from @BookNAround last spring! Using it for my #Booked2018 challenge April-June Refugee MC

@Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

Lovesbooks87 Such a powerful read! 14mo
AmyG @Lovesbooks87 Good to know! Thanks. 14mo
Itchyfeetreader This is one of my favourites of the year so far. Moving and eloquent 14mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage This was my pick for that prompt also. It‘s intense. 14mo
TheNerdyProfessor I got this from Book of the Month but I still haven't read it yet! I hope you like it! 14mo
Cinfhen I thought it started really strong ~ brave young lady 🙌🏻 14mo
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Who else has read #thegirlwhosmiledbeads? This was one of my #botm picks...I am SO glad that I grabbed this memoir. Clemantine Wamiraya‘s blunt honesty in sharing her experience results in a powerful, moving, horrifying, and inspiring reading experience. I highly recommend this book—it would be great for book clubs or classrooms or just as an eye-opening book for individuals.

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Nitpickyabouttrains
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A deeply involving true story that read like a novel. One girl‘s journey through a terrible event and the horrible years that followed.

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erista
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A wonderful memoir, but I wish I'd read it in print instead. The changes in time were a bit confusing to me on audio. The narration wasn't bad, but I think it would have had even more of an impact on me in print.

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Cinfhen
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A heart wrenching memoir of a young woman‘s journey to freedom. Before her 7th birthday Clementine Wamariya is forced to flee her comfortable upbringing as a civil war ravages her city, destroying her childhood. This memoir offers her attempt to string the pieces of her memory together. #Booked2018 #DiverseNF

BarbaraBB This is one I must read too 1y
AmyG Oooo, I have this. Now I‘m covered for the DiverseNF book. Thank you! (edited) 1y
BookishMe Not related to this story but I had to scroll upwards to check if the post above yours, was also by you. Incidentally consecutive, @LazyDays 's craft post and then this title seem to match ;D 1y
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Cinfhen That‘s really funny @BookishMe LOVE the bracelets @LazyDays 😍 1y
Cinfhen I‘m pretty sure you will both appreciate this memoir @AmyG @BarbaraBB 1y
Kalalalatja It was such a good book! 1y
4thhouseontheleft Great pick! I have this from #botm but will probably read something that has been on my #TBR for longer for this prompt! 1y
BarbaraTheBibliophage So glad you liked it!! 1y
Reviewsbylola I thought this was good but I didn‘t connect with it in the way I had hoped to. 1y
Cinfhen I agree @Reviewsbylola I found myself speed reading through certain paragraphs ~ I thought the beginning was stronger than the ending 1y
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Cinfhen
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WHY didn‘t anyone warn me I‘d be bawling on page 6??!?! 😭😭😭 at the LIRR having a good cry

RebelReader I told you it was good! 🤣🤣 1y
emilyhaldi Those may not be the only tears you shed! 1y
SledgeReader I can‘t even stack this one right now as I am coming off of three highly emotional books in a row. @jillrhudy uses the term “chaser” ❤️ for the book after a huge read. What do you call the books before one? I‘m going to need some mind candy before this one. 😭 @Cinfhen @emilyhaldi (I‘m still thinking bout Emilio.) 1y
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emilyhaldi Ha! I like the term "chaser" @SledgeReader for some reason "foreplay" comes to mind for the book before a big one ?? 1y
SledgeReader @emilyhaldi @Cinfhen LOL!!!! 😂😂😂😂😂Love it!! Book foreplay! Using it!❤️❤️❤️❤️ 1y
SledgeReader #foreplay 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 1y
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Cinfhen
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#HeatOfJuly Don‘t need an #umbrella today ~ the weather is darn near perfect☀️🧡getting ready to take a train into Manhattan to meet my daughter for some therapy shopping 😉

AmyG Have fun! 1y
BarbaraBB Looks perfect! No umbrella indeed. How do you like the book? 1y
Cinfhen Have not started but I‘ve heard good things @BarbaraBB Did you move @AmyG ??? 1y
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Reviewsbylola What a gorgeous view! ☀️ 1y
Kalalalatja That view! 1y
AmyG I did! I am now in CO full time. 1y
Cinfhen Congrats @AmyG hope the move went well 😘 1y
Cinfhen Thanks, my friend‘s beach house is AMAZING!!! @Reviewsbylola @Kalalalatja It‘s a real vacation spot 😎 1y
emilyhaldi Yay, enjoy!! 1y
Cathythoughts Oh I love therapy shopping ... yes, enjoy 😊 1y
SledgeReader @Cinfhen Enjoy your relaxation and time with your daughter et al. It‘s all too precious to not savor! 1y
Cinfhen I had the BEST afternoon/evening @emilyhaldi @Cathythoughts @SledgeReader So much fun with my daughter and then dinner with my brother & his family 🤗🤗🤗and a visit to Magnolia Bakery 😋 1y
SledgeReader @Cinfhen Wonderful! Wonderful! I‘m gearing for our time next week in Charlotte with son and daughter/SIL! And bringing George too!! Poor Jack and Diane are off to camp. 😢 🐶🐶 1y
Cinfhen Family time is the BEST time @SledgeReader ENJOY 😊 ❤️ 1y
4thhouseontheleft @SledgeReader You‘ll be in Charlotte next week? That‘s my neck of the woods! 1y
4thhouseontheleft I hope you had a great shopping day with your daughter! I‘m still debating if I want to carve out some shopping time when I‘m in the city this weekend. 😃 1y
SledgeReader @4thhouseontheleft Hey! That‘s awesome. We love Charlotte. Give me an email shout if you want to try to catch up. I think our schedule is kind of tight on some days and loose on others. shsledge2@gmail.com 1y
Cinfhen We had so much fun @4thhouseontheleft the stores were pretty empty, the racks were full and the prices were slashed‼️‼️🙌🏻Hope you‘re feeling better ~ my cold finally cleared up but it took almost 14 days 1y
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Jen2
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Just wonderful.

Itchyfeetreader This is high up there on my book of the year so far 1y
Tiffanywrites2 I have heard great things about this book. 1y
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#diversespines | Day 2 Book & Food
The one thing I love more than books & wine is FOOD!🍴🌮😋
“This book provokes us to look beyond the label of “victim” and recognize the power of the imagination to transcend even the most profound injuries and aftershocks. Devastating yet beautiful, & bracingly original, it is a powerful testament to her commitment to constructing a life on her own terms.”
#spinesvines #photochallenge#thegirlwhosmiledbeads

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Litpixie
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A difficult book to read, but also beautifully written. I highly recommend this book!

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Kalalalatja
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I‘m giving this a pick, because that last chapter by Clemantine really got to me 💔 her need for a personal narrative made me understand the rest of the book so much better. I did struggle with keeping my attention focused on the narration, but that‘s a case of “it‘s not you, it‘s me”, because my head have been filled with so much stuff lately.

My last book for second quarter of #Booked2018 #refugeePOV

4thhouseontheleft I picked this up from #botm, I have been wondering if it‘s good! 1y
Kalalalatja @4thhouseontheleft it was good, but I‘m not sure I read it at the right time. I know @emilyhaldi loved it, though 👍 1y
emilyhaldi Totally agree, the last chapter sealed the deal for me!! ❤️ 1y
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Cinfhen Hope all is well😊great job on #booked2018 1y
Cinfhen Me too @4thhouseontheleft maybe I‘ll use it for #diverseNonFiction 1y
BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft @Cinfhen I just read it—took me only a day because I liked it that much. ❤️ (edited) 1y
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