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Absolutely Remarkable Thing
Absolutely Remarkable Thing | Hank Green
In his much-anticipated debut novel, Hank Green--cocreator of Crash Course, Vlogbrothers, and SciShow--spins a sweeping, cinematic tale about a young woman who becomes an overnight celebrity before realizing she's part of something bigger, and stranger, than anyone could have possibly imagined.The Carls just appeared. Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant sculpture. Delighted by its appearance and craftsmanship--like a ten-foot-tall Transformer wearing a suit of samurai armor--April and her friend Andy make a video with it, which Andy uploads to YouTube. The next day April wakes up to a viral video and a new life. News quickly spreads that there are Carls in dozens of cities around the world--everywhere from Beijing to Buenos Aires--and April, as their first documentarian, finds herself at the center of an intense international media spotlight. Now April has to deal with the pressure on her relationships, her identity, and her safety that this new position brings, all while being on the front lines of the quest to find out not just what the Carls are, but what they want from us. Compulsively entertaining and powerfully relevant, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing grapples with big themes, including how the social internet is changing fame, rhetoric, and radicalization; how our culture deals with fear and uncertainty; and how vilification and adoration spring from the same dehumanization that follows a life in the public eye.
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Copwithabook
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Holy shit you guys, this book was amazing! I wasn‘t expecting to like it this much. I wasn‘t able to push pause on this audio. Seriously, you need to read/listen right now. It‘s a perfect summer fun read.

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staci.reads
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Great story, excellent pacing, just enough mystery to be compelling. Green explores how social media has changed human, society, fame, and news. He also speculates how our polarized society would react to contact from outside our planet. His style is casual and conversational, so I could see it turning some readers off, but I found it very readable.

MusicallyMorgan I adore this book!! 2w
staci.reads @MusicallyMorgan Me too! It was hard to put down. 2w
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Lauranahe
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Alril@May becomes a national celebrity after uploading the first YouTube video of an alien statue she found, which she called Carl. It‘s a super fast read filled with pop culture, and apparently the first in a series. Because the ending was not closure and I need more!

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Lauranahe
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Alril@May becomes a national celebrity after uploading the first YouTube video of an alien statue she found, which she called Carl. It‘s a super fast read filled with pop culture, and apparently the first in a series. Because the ending was not closure and I need more!

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Aswenson
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Loving the way this is written. Curious to know what will happen with all these Carls!!

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JacqMac
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Great read and very timely. I‘m now a little worried about what would happen if aliens ever did come. I‘d like to think the planet could get it‘s shit together and work as one. But the way things have been lately, I‘m not so sure. Anyway, I‘ll be reading the sequel. I want to know what happens next.

Buechersuechtling Thanks for the review. Didn‘t know there was a sequel planned/to come. 3w
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monalyisha
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One of the books (from my TBR) that I received from @bookish_wookish (among 3 others) as part of the #summersolsticebookexchange was “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing.” That‘s what this package is! An “absolutely remarkable thing,” indeed! SO. MUCH. SWAG. From the tote, to the book-sleeve; from the socks, to the notebooks — everything‘s perfect! Also, the kids who visit the library this Summer are going to be *super* jealous of my mermaid pen. 🧜‍♀️

monalyisha @bookish_wookish I‘ll be putting those bookmarks to good use shortly, as I prepare to write a paper for my grad class. They couldn‘t have come at a better time. I love that the books are all color-coordinated (intentional?) — watery blues & seafoam white. I‘ve been so looking forward to reading all 4 titles. As soon as I have some semblance of a reading life back, I‘ll dive right in (& tag you in the reviews). THANK YOU! 🙏🏻 4w
monalyisha @BookishMarginalia Thanks for sharing your organizational prowess with us! We‘re lucky (Littens) to know you! Happy, happy birthday! 🎉🎂 4w
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monalyisha P.S. @bookish_wookish You may be hearing from me again soon if I can‘t get “Drop It Like It‘s Hot” out of my head. 😅🏝 4w
bookish_wookish 😂😂 Yay!! Im so glad you like everything! The colors werent intentional but it looks cool all together!! 4w
Soubhiville Wow! Such a fun package! 4w
tracey38 Fun! Very cute tote. 4w
Cinfhen WOW!!! 4w
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JacqMac
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This book is better than I expected. I mean how was I supposed to stop reading after that?!

Buechersuechtling Oooooooh 😍🤤, my library doesn‘t have it in stock (yet) but now I _definitely_ want to read it, just because of the quote you posted. And yes, being in your shoes, I‘d definitely feel the same about being unable to stop reading. Hope you still enjoy the book. 4w
JacqMac @Buechersuechtling Almost at the halfway point. It‘s still good. It‘s an easy read, too. I‘d be finished if life would stop interrupting me. Lol 4w
BooknerdsLife Happy reading to you! 😊This was one of my Absolute Favourite books last year too 🙌🏼💖📚 3w
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JacqMac
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June has been so crazy, I forgot to keep an eye on my library holds. Now I have seven ebooks checked out and not nearly enough time to read them all. But I shall try my best!

Beatlefan129 That always seems to happen to me too. I‘ll try my best to plan it out, but somehow they magically become available at the same time. 1mo
marleed I feel your struggle! Such a good problem to have though! My super awesome library card from San Antonio just expired. Now I have 3 reciprocal library cards. One has a great Elib- the other two, well, they suck! It does make me appreciate the library that justifies the cost for that public library in the Cloud! 1mo
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UnabridgedPod
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I don't know why I waited so long to read this #botm pick from October 2018! I love the Green brothers and, of course, John Green's work. While An Absolutely Remarkable Thing definitely has a distinct voice (and it's nothing really like any of John Green's books), the voice and focus are consistent with what I love from Hank and John's videos together. (continued in comments)

UnabridgedPod The novel is witty and dry and brilliant and invested in the essential goodness of humanity, even when humans do evil things. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing focuses on April May, a graphic designer in NYC who discovers, on her way home from work in the middle of the night, a huge, intriguing sculpture that looks Transformer-ish. ⬇️ 1mo
UnabridgedPod She calls her friend Andy, and they make a quick YouTube video that becomes one of the first artifacts detailing an alien invasion in which April, Andy, and a host of other brilliant secondary characters become embroiled. I loved watching April come to terms with her sudden fame, with her attempts to do the right thing in response, and with her narration--looking backward--of the mistakes she made, lessons learned, and regrets. 1mo
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krissylovesbooks75
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Sat outside and got some sun over the weekend while reading this. Got a little sunburnt, but that's okay because I really enjoyed this! Sci-fi is not really my genre, but I thought this was a fast read with an interesting, unusual storyline. And I loved how much the negative side of social media played into the story. I can't wait for the sequel! #hankgreen

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4thhouseontheleft
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Mehso-so

🙇🏻‍♀️⬅️ Me realizing this book is not a standalone. I want to know what happens next; I don‘t want to read another book to find out.

This was a great concept with a diverse cast of characters, but I‘m not a big fan of Hank Green‘s writing style. I did like the blend of sci-fi w/ commentary on today‘s social media obsessed culture.

#booked2019 #socialmediafocus
#pop19 : revolves around puzzle/game
#MountTBR
Bk 4/6 #bookfitnesschallenge

OrangeMooseReads It took me a bit to get use to Hank‘s writing style it‘s so much different than John‘s. 2mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Way to double up your challenges! Sorry it wasn‘t so great ... 👊🏻📚♥️ 2mo
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RadicalReader @4thhouseontheleft what‘s the first book of this series? 2mo
4thhouseontheleft @RadicalReader This is the first book, which ends on a cliffhanger. 😒 2mo
4thhouseontheleft @OrangeMooseReads It is quite different from John's! It felt a bit repetitive to me, and I don't really feel he pulled off the blending of sci-fi with contemporary analysis of celebrity culture. @barbarathebibliophage Thanks! It wasn't bad, and I don't regret reading it, it just wasn't a solid 👍. Perfect book for this prompt, though! 2mo
Cinfhen Great review.....so helpful to know it ends on a cliffhanger 😖hate that!!!! 2mo
ravenlee I unabashedly look up synopses/spoilers when I don‘t want to continue a series but would like some resolution. I did that with The Hunger Games movies, because I hated the third one and refused to watch the fourth. From my research, I would have loathed the last one. 2mo
Ashley_Nicoletto I loved this book. Was pretty irritated that it‘s a series and I didn‘t know. 🤣🤣 2mo
BethM Killing your book goal! I hate unexpectedly finding out it‘s in a series. 2mo
guinsgirlreads Awesome job on your book goal!! Woo 🥳! 2mo
VanChocStrawberry Go you! Glad I know it‘s not a stand alone now! 2mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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After a hot and ☀️ day at the Family Fun Day hubby‘s surgical group organized at a lakefront Y summer camp facility, I‘m ready to sit down, finish this book, and enjoy my sparkling water with muddled blackberries and lime!

#bookfitnesschallenge folks: I was thinking of you when I said no thank you to the brownies on offer! 😄👍

@hermyknee I think I first saw this brand 💧 in one of your posts, it was recently on sale at WF and I am a fan!

hermyknee Topo Chico is the best! 2mo
4thhouseontheleft @hermyknee It is good! I am usually strictly a Pellegrino fan for unflavored sparkling water, but I like Topo Chico just as much! 2mo
Velvetfur That drink sounds lovely and good on you for the strength to resist the brownies 💪 2mo
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DivineDiana Need to try muddling some blackberries and lime! 2mo
BarbaraJean Blackberries and lime—YUM! 2mo
BookwormAHN 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2mo
guinsgirlreads 🙌🏻🙌🏻 nice! 2mo
VanChocStrawberry That sounds amazing! My kids and I went to see Hank and John on tour for this book. ❤️ 2mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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Someone‘s being cute this afternoon. #catsoflitsy #HelloKitty

CatLass007 😻😻😻😻😻 2mo
Leftcoastzen 😻awwwww! 2mo
That-Bookish-Hiker Cutie! 😻 2mo
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That-Bookish-Hiker Cutie! 😻 2mo
wanderinglynn Aw, so sweet! ❤️🐱 2mo
Velvetfur Aaawww I love when they do that with their pawsies! 🐱💜 2mo
Tamra I can‘t not tickle furry bellies! 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Oh! That face! 2mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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Truth! The sharpest critics are often blind to their own shortcomings and mistakes. #quote

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4thhouseontheleft
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Enjoying afternoon tea on the porch and a new book after a lovely Mother‘s Day Hike, our annual tradition! I‘m so happy the rain held off!

Melissa_J Your mug 😂 ‘That‘s no ordinary rabbit!‘ 2mo
rabbitprincess I need that mug!! 🐰😸 2mo
Velvetfur I love that tradition of A Mother's Day hike 💜 2mo
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Beatlefan129 Quick, get the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch! 2mo
4thhouseontheleft @Melissa_J @rabbitprincess @Beatlefan129 I wish I knew where the mug came from, it was a gift! 😃 2mo
BooknerdsLife Happy Mother‘s Day to you 🙌🏼🌸📚 2mo
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SarahMillerBooks
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This book is absolutely FLYING by. A fast read with substance is such a treat. (And so is the long-awaited sunshine in the background.) ☀️📚

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overtheedge
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What a good damn read!! I took a chance on this.....I have read so many great reviews. Im glad I took the chance because this was awesome. Part mystery, part sci-fi, part fantasy-these parts converge with brilliance, twists and a cast of characters that are relatable. This book is about the effects on a person who attains sudden celebrity.
Amazing and fun. recommended

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Soubhiville
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Thank you Amy for your card and this book! What a nice surprise! I added it to my TBR after a recommendation from a B&N employee at the Lisa See bookclub meeting. 😊. It sounds like a fun read to me, I‘m looking forward to it!

AmyG Enjoy! I was so happy to pass this on to you. 3mo
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jackilynn
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I highly recommend the audio for this. It was engaging and entertaining. Full of pop culture references and song lyrics. I have recently learned that this isn't a stand alone & there will be a sequel. After that ending, I couldn't be more excited!!!

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jackilynn
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Apparently someone has decided that I am not allowed to read my book tonight. He crawled under the book & sat right in front of my face.

Eyelit What an adorable impediment to your reading! 3mo
jackilynn @Eyelit he so rarely wants to snuggle so after countless nudges against my book and/or hand I figured it was useless to try to continue to read, at least until I gave him some of the attention he was looking for lol 3mo
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Chelsea.Poole
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At first, I was skeptical. And then I started really getting into this. I liked the pacing and felt some major Ready Player One vibes with all the pop culture references. Also, the look at social media and how we use it to portray the "us" we want others to see is very timely. Listened to the #audiobook on #Libby. ? ?

8little_paws Do you happen to know when the sequel comes out? 3mo
AmyG It took me a bit to get into this...and I loved it. A sequel? Nice! @8little_paws 3mo
Buechersuechtling Thanks for posting this and engaging my attention. It‘s already published in Germany and I‘m curious when (one of my) my libraries will buy it. (It was funny how I knew right away who the author is even though I‘m no John Green fan.) 3mo
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Chelsea.Poole @8little_paws I don't know about the next book, but I do know it is necessary! 3mo
Chelsea.Poole @AmyG sounds like me! 3mo
Chelsea.Poole @Buechersuechtling you should put in a request at your libraries. When someone requests something at our libraries, we almost always get it for them 😊 3mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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1. A Dance With 🐉 by George R.M. Martin, and Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi.
2. #currentlylistening to Lincoln in the Bardo
3. Tagged book

#weekendreads

Sharpeipup I tried listening to Lincoln in the Bardo but couldn‘t pay attention to the story as I tried to name the celebrity voices... 3mo
rachelsbrittain I still need to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing. Been sitting on my bookshelf for waaay too long. Thanks for joining in 💜 3mo
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ladylionbot
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Loved it. Everyone who uses the Internet should read this book.

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AmyG
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#Booked2019 #Spring #SocialMedia

I almost put it down and then...it picked up. A young woman becomes a celebrity, through social media, when she is the first to find one of 60+ robots dropped into cities around the world. Sounds kind of silly but...it was a good book. A metaphor for our times and how if we continue to work against each other, as opposed to together, things will not end well.

MelissaSue81 I never read sci fi type books but I LOVED this one. 3mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz I had a hard time liking the MC😅 3mo
IamIamIam I absolutely hated the main character but I kept going and I loved that she didn't even like herself! It ended up being a pretty interesting read for me. Carl was my clear favorite! 2mo
AmyG @IamIamIam I didn‘t like her either. Carl ❤️ 2mo
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tjwill
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Awesome endpapers: “Knowing something is a bad idea does not always decrease the odds that you will do it.”

BookHoarder32 Loved this book ❤️ 3mo
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tjwill
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This was a fun book. I kept picking it back up because I wanted to know what would happen. April May is not always a likable protagonist because she makes lots of bad decisions, but I always wanted her to succeed. April‘s life changes when she sees a huge robot on a NYC street early in the morning. She makes a YouTube video with her friend Andy and they become famous. Their world changes and they learn about the dangers of social media.

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tjwill
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Reading outside during tball practice!

Owlizabeth I love that bookmark!! 3mo
tjwill @Owlizabeth Thanks! I should have tried to get better light to show it better. It‘s a wooden one, which is cool. 3mo
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tjwill
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I preordered, then never got to this one until now. Here we go!

candority How could it possibly take that long to get your preorder?! I would be so mad 😠 3mo
BookHoarder32 I think she means she preordered but didnt start reading it until now? @candority 3mo
tjwill @candority @BookHoarder32 Yeah, I got it that week. I‘ve just had many other books that came first. I‘m only just getting the opportunity to read it. 3mo
candority @tjwill @BookHoarder32 I totally read that sentence wrong - that‘s embarrassing! 🙈😂 I hope you enjoy it! 3mo
tjwill @candority Don‘t worry about it! Thanks, I am so far! 3mo
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Skeeterisme
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Fascinatingly timely and excellent

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cariashley
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I liked this much more than I expected! I wouldn‘t have typically even picked this up, but it was highly recommended by my coworker. It was a very well done satire in a clever, unpredictable sci fi framework. I especially liked the commentaries on fame, identity, authenticity and the media (both social and mainstream), but there‘s a lot of interesting stuff on art as well.

Thanks to Sullivan🐱 for stepping into my shot. #catsoflitsy

rubyslippersreads Kitty paws make any photo better. 😸 4mo
Ashley_Nicoletto I really enjoyed this one too and I wasn‘t sure that I would. 4mo
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EH2018
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A fun quirky read! Thanks @WanderingBookaneer !!

*Knowing something is a bad idea doesnt always decrease the odds that you will do it*

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Elma
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I'm still not entirely sure what to make of this one. The social commentary was on point. It was a good example of how to do an unlikable character well; making them someone you still root for. And the pop culture references were kept to a minimum. I'm looking forward to the next one.

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IamIamIam
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I loved this! Unlikable characters are always fun and April May is just so awful! Ultimately, the chatter behind giant samurai Transformers is a commentary on how addicting and dehumanizing social media is becoming. I enjoyed the relationships as well as how much of a human being April really is, warts and all. It was refreshing. Bonus find for #Booked2019 #relatedtoapodcast which is Dear Hank & John!!! Glad I checked!

IamIamIam @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft 👍👍👍 Now, it looks like The Lost City of Z just gets taken off #mountTBR... lol 5mo
Cinfhen Would this work for #socialmediafocus ??!? #booked2019 5mo
IamIamIam @Cinfhen Ooooh, I hadn't looked that far ahead but it definitely would work for that prompt!!! 5mo
Cinfhen That‘s great! People have been 👀 for suggestions xx 5mo
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Joriebooks
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This book was an interesting take on the aliens are invading story. April is stuck at a job she does like, when one night on the way home she happens across a giant statue and decide to video it. April and her friends learn that there are a total of 64 “Carls” across the world and no one knows why they are there.

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EH2018
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Thank you sooooo much @WanderingBookaneer !!! I LOVE everything! Especially all the book notes! We were moving and unpacking all day (sorry for the delay - I had to keep fighting the urge to drop everything and open them all) I am really looking forward to digging in. 📚💕📚💕 Thank you for hosting @BookishMarginalia #cupidgoespostal

BookishMarginalia 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 5mo
WanderingBookaneer I‘m glad you liked it. I wanted to get loads more, but these were in your TBR and they are great reads. 5mo
EH2018 This was perfect! Thank you @WanderingBookaneer 5mo
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gradcat I‘ve read a few of these...some great choices in there! 📚 ❤️👍 5mo
hermyknee Wow!!! What a great haul!!! 🙌🏼💖💙💚 5mo
Booksarelove i wanna borrow remarkable thing! 5mo
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April is a giant pain in the ass but as much as I can't stand her, I really do get her! I love an unlikable character!!! I do feel badly for her girlfriend, Mya, though. She seems too sensible for April.

kgriffith LoL, this reminds me of my review of The Price of Salt and the conversation @saresmoore and I had in the comments 😝 (edited) 5mo
IamIamIam @kgriffith Ooh, I'll have to check it out!!!! 5mo
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IamIamIam
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So where Nick & Norah took place in NYC when I was close to the same age as the characters doing stupid crap, these characters are a good 20 years younger than me. Millenials making comments about how important your digital life is kind of puts a bad taste in my mouth... I'll stick it out for now....
*EDIT* After 36 minutes, I'm coming around... lol

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IamIamIam
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Umm... I didn't notice that this happened 2 days ago... 😬😬😬😬

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Jenken1998
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I liked the story but not any of the characters. The storyline follows 20 somethings as they rise to fame after posting a video of a "sculpture" that mysteriously appears in NYC over night.You ride along with the mc and her friends as the deal with identity, fame and the unknown. I think the author captured what a weird society we live in at this time. I will read the sequel when it comes out bc it left me wondering if humanity survives.

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Jenken1998
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Want to finish this before bed.. the dog gave up and is out like a light 🐶😴

Erofan 🐶💕 5mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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I finished 13 books in January.

Favorites: Nevermoor, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, American Overdose, and What We Were Promised.

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego You did great!! 📚💕 5mo
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rjsthumbelina
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I really liked this one. I know it got mixed reviews, and I will agree that April May was mostly very unlikeable, but that seemed like a meditation on how fame can change a person. I liked the mysteries surrounding the Karls too, although I wish that at least something could have been explained before this book ended! I listened to this as an #audiobook on #scribd

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HammySammy
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Got myself a reading buddy.

Lylah Great pic! 6mo
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tome.fries
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🌟🌟🌟🌟

Even though I couldn't stand the main character for the vast majority of it, it was still an excellent, intellectual Sci-Fi mystery with some social (media) commentary thrown in.

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emtobiasz
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The clock was ticking this morning when, less than 12 hrs before #under40bookclub, I was only 45 pages into this book... & hating it.

The next 50 pages were better so I went to book club anyway & they graciously brought me up to speed. I‘m interested enough in what they said that I‘m still going to try to finish it, although I don‘t anticipate liking the main character any better...

If you‘ve read it, what did you think? Can you stand April May?

BookHoarder32 She.... wasn't my favorite, but I found it an interesting read. 6mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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I loved this book so effing much.

It was smart and funny and I went in fairly blind so I wasn‘t expecting the social commentary.

April May is an awful character in most moments, but I can‘t help but love her.

Someone please tell me there will be another.

Also, how many berries is to many berries before bed? 🤣

Riveted_Reader_Melissa That looks great! All the berries!! 6mo
Pruzy When a stomachache happens... 6mo
MelissaSue81 I 100% agree with your entire review. Except the berries. 6mo
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Ashley_Nicoletto
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I truly cannot decide if I should skip this chapter or not.

Like what kind of graphic violence?

🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️😬😬

Melissa_J I‘ve never seen that type of warning in a book before. I‘d probably keep reading and then skip over the violent parts if I found they bothered me. 6mo
Ashley_Nicoletto @Melissa_J I read them. They were gross. 🤢 definitely graphic, but brief. 6mo
Ashley_Nicoletto @Melissa_J Also, I‘ve seen this only one other time and the book had a very very specific trigger warning on the first page. 6mo
CouronneDhiver Eek. If it can be skipped over, I wonder if those bits should have been included at all...? 6mo
Ashley_Nicoletto @CouronneDhiver I read them and I would disagree and say that they can‘t be skipped over. She really does warn you before they happen so you could skip that sentence but not the whole chapter b 6mo
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LaurenReads
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That was a crazy book and I need the next book! I seriously thought this was just a book about social media fame going into it 😂 boy was I wrong - it‘s that and so much more! #botm

Ashley_Nicoletto I‘m almost finished with this one and I can‘t believe how much I‘m enjoying it. It‘s bananas. 6mo
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