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Recursion
Recursion | Blake Crouch
A breath-taking exploration of memory and what it means to be human, Recursion is the follow-up novel to the smash-hit thriller, Dark Matter, by Blake Crouch. What if someone could rewrite your entire life? 'My son has been erased.' Those are the last words the woman tells Barry Sutton, before she leaps from the Manhattan rooftop. Deeply unnerved, Barry begins to investigate her death, only to learn that this wasnt an isolated case. All across the country, people are waking up to lives different than the ones they fell asleep to. Are they suffering from False Memory Syndrome, a mysterious, new disease that afflicts people with vivid memories of a life they never lived? Or is something far more sinister behind the fracturing of reality all around him? Miles away, neuroscientist Helena Smith is developing a technology that allows us to preserve our most intense memories, and relive them. If she succeeds, anyone will be able to re-experience a first kiss, the birth of a child, the final moment with a dying parent. Barrys search for the truth leads him on an impossible, astonishing journey, as he discovers that Helenas work has yielded a terrifying gift the ability not just to preserve memories, but to remake them . . . at the risk of destroying what it means to be human.
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BethM
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#lmpbc #groupA ok ladies here‘s 4 off my TBR, I‘ll go with the most votes :) from top left- sci-fi,humorous fantasy, historical fairytale, fiction. @n

marleed I loved Recursion! 12h
cwarnier I have not read any. But Kill the Farm Boy or Cinderella would be right up my alley for reading. 11h
Sharpeipup Kill the Farm Boy or Cinderella‘s Dress get my top votes then Recursion. 4h
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MonikaSadowski
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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One of my favorite books ever. My brain hurt after reading it:))) #recursion #blakecrouch #lovetoread

cjk Soooo good! 😍 13h
MonikaSadowski @cjk yes!!!!:) 11h
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Hooked_on_books
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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I‘m not a huge sci-fi fan, but there‘s a sliver of it I just love and Blake Crouch is right in that sweet spot. His latest book, about the nature of time and memory, is a tantalizing, fascinating, mindfuck of a book and a total page turner. I loved it.

Jee_HookedOnBookz I can't wait to dig in! Just got this from Libby! Woot woot! 2d
vivastory Mindfuck sci-fi>other sci-fi 2d
LiteraryLona It‘s so good! 2d
Hooked_on_books @vivastory Yes! Frankly, I have no idea how he keeps track of his plot. It‘s so intricate. 2d
marleed I don‘t consider myself a sci-fi fan either. But I loved this book so much that I read Dark Matter and loved it just as much. 2d
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LiteraryLona
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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This one started off slower than Dark Matter, but it truly did not disappoint! I am in it for the long haul with Blake Crouch.

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TheLibrarian
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Mehso-so

I did enjoy the book but felt it was just meh. Nothing memorable in my opinion. To me his other book, Dark Matter, was better.

3.5/5 stars

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cjk
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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MIND.BLOWN. 🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯

Enjoyable, fast read. I liked this novel more than Dark Matter, and found myself purposefully slowing down towards the end of the story so I could savor each moment. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

jenniferajanes I loved this one too! 4d
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cjk
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Ugh, can‘t wait to be done with work so I can dive back in.

mcipher This book is NUts right?!? 1w
Melismatic I love his books! 1w
Caffeinated_Reader This book mind F‘d me 😅 1w
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cjk @mcipher @Caffeinated_Reader Just finished....MIND.BLOWN. 🤯 6d
cjk @Melismatic 👍🏽. (edited) 6d
Caffeinated_Reader @cjk definitely! So good right 👍👍👍 6d
cjk @Caffeinated_Reader Yes, so good! Actually liked this better than Dark Matter. 6d
Caffeinated_Reader @cjk oh me too me too! Dark matter was great but Recursion was bloody brilliant 🤯 6d
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Ubookquitous
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Page turner. Perhaps better than Dark Matter. Crouch twists and turns the story back upon itself all while making some pretty astute observations about human nature.

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lele1432
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Image from earlier, but hubby is just as unhappy right now lol. I'm just trying to finish this mind-bender while sipping some bubbly rosé.??‍♀️ #Football #FallIsBooked People are monsters in this read, so 1pt for #Scarathlon #TeamStoker

TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 2w
kamoorephoto Love this book!! And I‘m so annoyed about the game 👎🏼 2w
lele1432 @kamoorephoto I thought I had this book all summed up and then it took a different turn and I'm very intrigued! And yeah, the game was trash lol. 👎🏽 2w
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I want to read this!!! 2w
lele1432 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I think you'll like it! It really makes you think about mistakes you would redo if given the chance, and also how humans will inevitably mess up things that are meant for good. 2w
Carolyn11215 I just finished this book. Mind bender indeed! 2w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I may start this one next... Have you read Dark Matter? I have it also... 2w
OriginalCyn620 👌🏻😊🏈 2w
lele1432 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I have! I read it a couple of months ago and enjoyed it. Both deal with similar themes. Dark Matter was more focused on one family in particular, while Recursion has broader, world-wide implications. 😊 2w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @lele1432 ok ! Thank you!! 📚☺️ 2w
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Twainy
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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BOTM box (Recursion and Imaginary Friends) and Marvel Loot Crate (pin, sticker, t-shirt & 2 pops) came today. Everything is amazing!! Excited to start a new book.

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Carolyn11215
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Mind twisting book about the nature of memory and time (past, present and future) and attempts to fix reality you‘ve broken.

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Chelsey
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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September was a good book month for me. I had been in a book slump and I think I broke the curse. Most of these were completed in the first 3 weeks too since I've not been focusing very well since Tuesday. That was the day we learned that our sweet fur baby was miserably suffering from cancer and lost him quite suddenly. I'm still reeling a bit and looking for good escapes for the coming month. I'm not a spooktober-y type, but I love fall. Ideas?

Reagan-reads Sorry for your loss ❤️ 3w
Coleen Nice selection there. Sorry about your fur baby. 😥 3w
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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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#septemberwrapup Video coming soon!

EBOOKS

Poisoned Apples ~ 3 stars

Lock Me In ~ 4 stars

The Perfect Child ~ 4.75 stars

The Retreat ~ Almost done! Will update.

AUDIOBOOKS

Someone We Know ~ 4 stars

PHYSICAL BOOKS

Stolen Things ~ 3 stars

The Book of Essie ~ 3.75 stars

Stepsister ~ 4.75 stars

Recursion ~ 4 stars

Sea Witch ~ 5 stars

A Love Letter From the Girls Who Feel Everything ~ 4 stars

What were your favorite September reads?

Butterflyamore I gave The Retreat 4.5 stars. It was so good! I‘ll write a review tomorrow because I don‘t feel like it right now. 😂 3w
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Carolyn11215
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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This is mind-bending. There‘s no such thing as “in the present” because by the time your brain has processed all the input necessary to make sense of something, you are already in the past.

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Amiable
Recursion | Blake Crouch
Mehso-so

Meh. The characters were bland and their romance was even less interesting. This reads more like a Hollywood thriller—all action, less concern with a solid plot. Thank goodness it was a fairly quick read or else I wouldn‘t have made it to the end.

j9brown I felt the same, it was like reading a movie! I found it entertaining, but didn't get anything deeper out of it. 3w
Amiable @j9brown I wanted to love it because I really enjoyed “Dark Matter,” but this one ... not so much. 3w
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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I look forward to reading more by Blake Crouch. I would recommend this book for fans of science fiction or thrillers. I don‘t think you have to like both to appreciate what Crouch offers here. He weaves these genres together seamlessly in this frightening and entertaining tale.

Full review: https://www.facebook.com/262384764521804/posts/340394373387509?sfns=mo

Or follow me on Goodreads. Link in profile.

MrBook I agree wholeheartedly with your review! 😁👍🏻👍🏻 4w
Ericalambbrown This one is sitting in my TBR stack. I really want to get to it! 4w
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Amiable
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Is anyone else struggling with this? I loved the author‘s previous novel and was looking forward to reading this one. But I‘m finding that every time I put it down I‘m not in any hurry to pick it back up again. I‘m more than 100 pages in and will certainly finish it, but it‘s definitely not the reading experience I expected.

Cinfhen I didn‘t like this one...I skimmed 2/3 of it. 4w
jillrhudy I tried to get into it three times! 4w
Amiable @Cinfhen @jillrhudy Not only is it confusing, but I don‘t really care about any of the characters! So it‘s a bit of a slog. 4w
jillrhudy @Amiable And Dark Matter grabbed me on page one! I don't know what it is. 3w
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mutlee
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Mehso-so

Probably not a popular opinion, but I struggled with this one. It‘s very readable and engaging. Fast-paced and fun. But, the character development is lacking. I also had some issues with the whole time travel aspect. I can‘t help thinking about all the ways the plot doesn‘t work. I enjoyed the beginning and end the most. The middle was chaotic, repetitive, and underdeveloped. But, from an entertainment perspective, I get why people like it.

Amiable I agree with you. I think this would be a better movie than a book. 3w
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Addison_Reads
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Would you go back in time to change something if you could? Blake Crouch explores that very topic in this fast-paced, mindbending, time traveling tale of two people fighting to save the world, and themselves.

If you are a fan of his other book, Dark Matter, you'll enjoy this one too. I'll admit, there are parts of this book where I'm still thinking, "WTH did I just read," but that's kinda why I liked it so much too. ?

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hike.read.repeat
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I listened to this author‘s previous book, Dark Matter, a couple years ago and loved it. This one was another banger and a quick read due to the riveting storyline.

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hike.read.repeat
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Long story short, in this book DARPA has a way to go back and undo bad things that happened in the recent past. Many of those things end up being mass shootings. They could‘ve just tightened gun laws, but no, they have to create this complex super-secret machine that alters spacetime and human consciousness. 😆🤦🏽‍♀️😆

hefau There‘s so much wrong with all of this that I could write a book about it. 1mo
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Bookgirl
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Library haul. Top 2 are book club reads - nothing I would have chosen. Red Rising is a book I‘d never heard of but read a lot of rave reviews on recently so want to try it. Recursion I‘m so excited for since I really like Blake Crouch. The bottom two are my suspense/horror picks as we near fall and the season of a scary book! The Hunger in particular intrigues me since the Donner party has always spooked me since it was discussed in The Shining.

JSW I love The Thirteenth Tale! It‘s a subtle creepy. 1mo
DrexEdit Very nice haul! Looks like some good reading! 😊 1mo
Pogue The Thirteenth Tale was so good and perfectly creepy. 1mo
Bookgirl @JSW @Pogue oh really??? That‘s so exciting...I just ordered it from the library since it was a book club pick, knowing nothing about it. Now I‘m looking forward to it! 1mo
Bookgirl @DrexEdit thanks! We will see if I get to them all! 1mo
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Nitpickyabouttrains
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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This book was amazing. Wow. Timelines and alternative histories. Great characters. I loved this one. Crouch rocks at sci-fi.

Butterflyamore I‘m reading it now while thinking, “This book is amazing.” It‘s like you read my thoughts. 😂 1mo
Nitpickyabouttrains @Butterflyamore I could not put it down 1mo
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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch

He has wondered lately if that‘s all living really is - one long goodbye to those we love. ~Blake Crouch/Recursion

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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Day 18: Your reading spot #botmbookclubseptphotochallenge

Where do you love to snuggle up and read at home? My favorite spot is our #yogibo double. I love to lounge with a good book and my Van Gogh quilt!

Amiable I absolutely adore your quilt! 3w
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j9brown
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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What the hell just happened? I finished this book in a day and a half! It was a blast. Clever and trippy.
I didn't quite get the emotional impact that I think the author was going for. Maybe I read it too fast, or maybe it was too fast-paced (I felt like I was reading a movie for like, three quarters of it). But I had a great time overall 😆

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BS197544
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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RECURSION is a mind bending trip that deals with heavy subjects as neuroscience, time, philosophy, physics and nature of our memory. The story follows a scientist Helena Smith as she tries to find a way for alzheimer patients to retain their memory and an NYPD dectective Barry Sutton as he tries to cope with a tragedy. This is a fantastic sciece fiction thriller which deals with the fragile elements of time, identity and memory. Not to be missed.

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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Last month when I did the Book Snob Book Tag on BookTube, I started thinking about other things that I am definitely very particular about when it comes to books. As it turns out, I am a bigger book snob than I initially realized! Check out my latest video video and let me know if any of these things bother you, too! https://youtu.be/wMp_dYyTtTQ #booktube #youtube #bookvlog #booksnob #dustjackets #moviecovets #massmarketpaperbacks #librarybooks

EadieB @Butterflyamore Sorry to see that Elliot passed away! He was so cute! In regards to DustJackets, I love them too. I bought a book that didn't have a jacket and made my own by taking a picture of the cover from the Amazon app and printed it out on paper and taped the papers together. I'm not at home or I would show you the cover that I made. I take the jacket off when I read the book but I would never throw it away. I put it back on after reading. 1mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore I also like to remove the plastic covers from library books I own. I hate when they put the barcode on the back of the cover and cover up some of the wording from other's reviews or the description of the book. I hate to get a book where people have bent the edges of pages to mark their spot. I also am a book repairer. I'm forever putting tapes on the backside of older books whose jacket is ripping. Tape bindings that are apart too (edited) 1mo
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EadieB @Butterflyamore I like reading hardcover but sometimes find the trade of mass market a lot easier to travel with. I don't like descriptive sex or bad language in books. I love beautiful poetic writing too where I will read every word. But other styles don't bother me either. Never heard of putting bar codes on the front. Sales stickers on the front are annoying too. I always peel them off. I don't keep books after I read them so I'm not too fussy. 1mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB Thank you. It‘s been very difficult emotionally. We did not expect this to happen. Creating a cover for one without a dust jacket is a really good idea! I might have to do that for the one I mentioned. 1mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB Yes, I don‘t like those sale stickers either. I‘m usually okay with profanity, as long as it isn‘t ridiculously out of control, but I‘m not a fan of descriptive sex scenes either. 1mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore Making the cover was a lot of fun. I'll have to find the book or I may have sent it on to one of my book swapping sites and I probably explained the cover to the person I sent it too. But I may still have it. 1mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore The profanity that I dislike is when they use the F word throughout constantly when it is not necessary. That really bugs me. I think I mentioned the book YOU by Carolyn Kepnes. Found that really bad for descriptive sex and language. 1mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB Yeah, I thought I had wanted to read that but not now, based on what you‘ve shared. I do feel using the F word repeatedly really takes away from the value of the story. The sex stuff - I don‘t know - it‘s just so awkward to read for me. I really am not interested in the sex lives of other people. 1mo
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hike.read.repeat
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What teachers and professors never told her was about the dark side of finding your purpose. The part where it consumes you. Where it becomes a destroyer of relationships and happiness. And still, she wouldn‘t trade it.

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CharissaWeaksAuthor
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I‘m too beat tonight, but I fully intend to dig into this over the weekend.

mcipher It is so good- enjoy!! 1mo
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riversong153
Recursion | Blake Crouch
Mehso-so

Sooo I thought the premise was interesting but the execution wasn‘t great. The beginning was really good and drew me in. By the middle I didn‘t really care about the characters anymore and just slugged through to the end.

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Expandingbookshelf
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Between “Recursion” and “Dark Matter” I have quickly become someone who will read anything Blake Crouch writes, no questions asked. Whenever I thought I knew where “Recursion” was going, I was wrong. It‘s a puzzle-box time travel story, based on memory, death, and love. This book was a blast, compulsively readable and brimming with unexpected heart.

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sumaiyya.books
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I LOVED this as much as Dark Matter 😱🖤

Addison_Reads I just checked this one out from my local library. I can't wait to start it. 😁 1mo
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Mtroiano
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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None of this months selections really caught my attention but this one has been on my list! #botm

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mom2bugnbee
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Holy cow.

I can't remember the last time that I tore through pages so quickly that I had to go back becauwe I jumped over sections of text. This was even better than Dark Matter - my pulse & breathing literally quickened with theirs as the difficulties unfolded. I imagine that it does help if your mind has a scientific bend (🙋🏻‍♀️), but I think that it's understandable to all. Definitely will be reading his back list!

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐/⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

ruskigurl16 It‘s incredible, isn‘t it? 😍🤣 1mo
mom2bugnbee @ruskigurl16 I'm still wrapping my head around it. This was a library loan, but I think I want to buy this so I Dan re-read it to pay more attention to all of the scienc-y stuff. 1mo
mom2bugnbee @ruskigurl16 *can re-read it 1mo
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Decalino
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In this compulsively readable SF thriller, a NYC cop uncovers the truth about False Memory Syndrome, a terrifying condition that convinces victims they once lived completely different lives. Meanwhile, a brilliant scientist must watch as her technology is used in ways that have increasingly disastrous consequences on a global scale. A fascinating exploration of memory, grief, regret and the nature of time itself. Good stuff!

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alvingregorio
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Tremendously satisfying! The kind of pleasure that hurts my head a little, makes me close the book and say “hold up. Wtf?” On a personal level, this book couldn‘t have come into my life at a better time, just with the life experiences I‘m going through. If that isn‘t the chair at work, I don‘t know what is!!!

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Butterflyamore
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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So I‘m on Day 7 of the #botmbookclubseptphotochallenge on Instagram, yellow covers, and I realized that, despite loving the color, I definitely don‘t have a lot of yellow books in my collection. How about you? Does yellow make much of an appearance on your bookshelf?

marleed I only have a couple yellow spines. A few more if I put the jackets on. My front room shelves surrounding the tv are filled with books colored for the season. I use yellow at Easter and Back-to-school August so I‘m always excited when a new book has a yellow spine! 1mo
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mom2bugnbee
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YAAAAAAAAIIIIIIISSSSS!

*throws all of today's plans out the window*

MelissaSue81 What is this skip the line feature? I was just talking about this book. It is so not my normal genre but I really liked it!
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8little_paws I've never heard of that feature either and am interested! 1mo
mom2bugnbee I don't know which libraries use it & which don't, but I'm in middle TN (as is @britt_brooke, who has also used this). I haven't figured out the algorithm yet, but every so often, I'm given the opportunity to borrow something on my hold list early, but for only 7 days rather than the normal 21. If you don't finish in 7 days, you simply retake your place in the regular line. It's a wonderful surprise when it happens! 1mo
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Jediash1
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Dark Matter is one of my all time favorite books, and Blake Crouch has done it again with Recursion. This book is a fascinating sci-fi thriller about memory and time travel. I raced to finish it because I couldn‘t wait to find out what happened!

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Jenken1998
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Ok. I started this tonight. So far it seems to be about perception of reality, the importance of memories, what would you do over. Im liking it. I'm cruising along half way into the book and... bam. A familiar name. That just happens to be the name of the author if the book i just finished earlier today. Now my brain hurts. 😳😳😳😳 lol.

marleed I love it when things like that happen. 2mo
tournevis It's literally recursive! 😁 1mo
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Holliesplaining
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Oh, it‘s good.

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Kerrioke
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Got my BotM box yesterday with my free #birthday book! Being a BotM BFF has its perks 😁

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻🎉🙌🏻🎉 2mo
jillrhudy I couldn't get into Recursion due to sleeplessness but I can 100% vouch for Lock Every Door and Evelyn Hugo. 1mo
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Jenken1998
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I don't want to go to work. I want to read all day. 😁

Grrlbrarian Big mood 🙌 2mo
Bkwurm The struggle is real. Sometimes you just have to give in to it. Maybe today is one of those days? 😉 2mo
Slajaunie Indeed! 📖 2mo
Holliesplaining Me too! Me too! 2mo
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Butterflyamore
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I put together this rainbow of books for the #botmbookclubseptphotochallenge on Instagram! I am a little annoyed that my indigo looks rather black in the photo! Haha! Can you guess how many of these books I‘ve actually read?

marleed Well, I read Recursion. You welcome to take my count! 2mo
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Owlizabeth
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I waited to let this book sink in before writing this and the more I think about it, the more I liked it. A study on memory and alternate universes and reality, it‘s also a story about grief and love. Fast-paced almost to a fault, Blake Crouch isn‘t afraid of tackling big problems and the scope of what he‘s done here is pretty impressive. And I‘m pro anyone making sci-fi mainstream. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

MrBook Great review! I feel the same about the book. 😊🙌🏻 2mo
vivastory Wonderful review. I have this one waiting on my shelves. 2mo
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Avidreader25
Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Some great new releases this month!

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Owlizabeth
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Oooookay...where this gonna go next?

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amycollard
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Wow! This book blew my mind. Really good, really crazy. Mind-boggling trying to follow different timelines and figure out what the heck is happening! Really makes you think about time and memory and what is reality. Plus it‘s just a fast paced thriller.

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SheReadsAndWrites
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This book is SO GOOD!! I love Blake Crouch's stories and writing. It reminds me of Michael Crichton. It can get technical, but if you don't get bogged down in that and just read, his characters are so great and you want to run through the story with them. I've been in a reading slump and this got me out of it. I couldn't put it down.
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SaraFair I‘ve just gotta get it!!! 2mo
jenniferajanes I agree with your review! I understood enough to enjoy the story. What a wild ride! 2mo
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