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Normal People | Sally Rooney
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vicgreentoriafield
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What do you mean I have to adult and can't lay around reading?

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RhianJMartin
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My Book of the Month selection for April was Sally Rooney's "Normal People." As a writer of Irish fiction, it's important to me that I read up on my genre, so I'm always thrilled when BOTM features an ideal selection I can add to my bookshelf. ????

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EmMcKee
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I am still in a bit of shock from this novel--a bit gutted, honestly. Absolutely worth a read, though if you are anything like me you'll chuck it across the room in a temper (onto the couch, let's not get crazy and risk actual damage to the tome, now!) at least a half dozen times. And that was all in the space of the single day it took me to devour this book.

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EliNeedsMoreShelves
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As I was reading, I didn't particularly feel like I cared about any of these people. And yet....I didn't want to stop reading. Rooney writes a remarkably true and unflinching portrait of two young people trying to find their way. I'm still worried about them.

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JacqMac
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Reading and cooking. This is the second book I have read without quotation marks. It makes me a little crazy. It ruins the flow for me. What exactly is the purpose? I‘m going to have to start checking before I buy.

LaraS I know exactly what you mean, it‘s so disorienting! 3d
Buechersuechtling @JacqMac @LaraS I completely take the same line – nevertheless up to now I never had the idea of checking before buying/borrowing. 🤦🏽‍♀️ 3d
TheLudicReader I feel like it‘s a stylistic choice, and I don‘t like it. 😐 3d
JacqMac @LaraS @Buechersuechtling @TheLudicReader I just can‘t do it. I‘m going to drop it off in the little free library near my house. Maybe someone will like it. 3d
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krismlars
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My goal to not buy books in 2019 isn‘t going well, but I‘m not too upset. I couldn‘t resist this book bento box! I might need a new rule regarding bookish tote bags...

TheEllieMo Love the socks!! And the tote. I‘m a sucker for a good tote 4d
Cinfhen What a great box 😍 4d
allureofbeauty That‘s awesome 4d
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Ddzmini Love the bag... I have a ban on book bags & and purses this year and with us moving that‘s not a bad thing... but I would buy that book bag 😝📖😋 4d
Reviewsbylola Looks well worth it! 4d
keepingupwiththepenguins But you *need* the bags to carry all the books! (I'm an enabler) 😅 😂 🤓 3d
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SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime
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"Life offers up these moments of joy despite everything."

This book is simple & deep at the same time, with a focus on humanity, relationships, the keeping up of appearances, & how the decisions we make for our lives are often intertwined with the choices made by other people we know or love. The main characters feel very real to me. I really wish that I could have reached into the book just to guide them through their miscommunications though.

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BethR91
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I read this book in one sitting and really enjoyed it. I could feel the connection between the two main characters coming off the pages and would be equal parts sympathetic and frustrated with them!

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Lovisagustafsson
Normal People | Sally Rooney
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Underbar kärlekshistoria mellan två vänner och deras mående som unga i Irland

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Kimberlone
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While I really enjoyed this book, the characters were not easy to love. Marianne‘s self-hatred and Connell‘s inability to say what he means made for so many frustrating misunderstandings between them. The millennial angst and social pressures they experience were very relatable, but many of their problems were self-induced and difficult to sympathize with. I applaud Rooney‘s ability to render the difficulty of young adult relationships, 👇🏼

Kimberlone Though the unresolved ending made the whole book feel somewhat slight in the end. 4 stars on Goodreads. 6d
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Monpetitoiseau
Normal People | Sally Rooney
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I read the preview online and found it so mesmerizing that I had to buy the kindle copy immediately. This was my first time reading Sally Rooney and so maybe it was just that her voice and character development are new to me; in that regard this book was love at first read. The way she characterized the relationship between C+M was perfection. I was a little bummed about the ending, but maybe that‘s because I never wanted it to end?

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Autumnscribe
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Panpan

This book was not bad, it just wasn‘t for me.

To be honest I found it painful.

Like a train wreck, one is compelled to look, despite the carnage and pain, and despite not wanting to look at all finds it impossible to look away....Wanting to know how it ends, hoping everything works out, but knowing it cannot.

Well written, and psychologically accurate. But not for me. It hurt too much to enjoy it.

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MicheleinPhilly
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Sally Rooney has a crazy good way with writing intimacy. It is organic and authentic and a real marvel to read. I am a lifelong fan. 4🌟.

Cathythoughts Great review! I loved it too 1w
Suet624 I felt like I was swooning the entire time I read this book. So good. 7d
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Kaylamburson
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Not much happens in this book, yet I was so invested from the beginning. I'm usually not one to pick character-driven novels as my favorites, but I really enjoyed every scene. It reminded me a lot of Celeste Ng's writing style, so if you love her books, you'll love Rooney's Normal People. This is our work bookclub pick, so I'm excited to discuss it with the team as there's a lot to unpack, and I'm not sure what it all means yet.

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MicheleinPhilly
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Enjoying 24 hours of solitude.

TrishB All that reading time! 1w
MicheleinPhilly @TrishB Thinking of forgoing sleep. I already have to give up 2 hours tomorrow for WWC. 1w
TrishB Sounds perfectly acceptable. 1w
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Leftcoastzen pup is sleeping for you!😀 1w
britt_brooke Pickles is such a good ready buddy. How are you liking this book so far? 1w
britt_brooke @MicheleinPhilly Happy to hear that! I loved the writing but wasn‘t a great fan of the story. I‘m totally being nitpicky though. Rooney is clearly talented. 1w
valeriegeary Mmmmmm, sounds nice 1w
Megabooks Lovely!! 1w
Reviewsbylola Perf! 1w
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monalyisha
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When I finished this five days ago, I was ready to give it all (or most of) the praise I‘d been hearing. Now, I‘m having trouble remembering the details.😳

I can tell you that it‘s about privilege, power, & mental health; it‘s about communication (in a meta way, re: the act of writing, & interpersonally); it‘s about a love, twisted & made unrecognizable & then recognizable again — in an endless boomerang. It‘s not uplifting. It *is* well-written.

monalyisha Also, as I was reading, I kept coming back to, “I wonder what Tara Westover would think of this book.” This story + “Educated“, Westover‘s memoir, have some similar themes (the difference being that one describes a real, lived life. Ugh). (edited) 2w
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Autumnscribe
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Starting this on the recommendation of my cousin, the same one who introduced me to the awe inspiring, brilliant, Lucia Berlin....so expectations are pretty high. 😋

charl08 Great book. 2w
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Kaylamburson
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Starting a new book tonight! I've heard a lot of good things!!

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Peaceful_Reader
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I thought I'd play along as I've read some great books between January and June. Here are my #top6reads! I had a hard time narrowing it down so I had to add a 7th.
1. Normal People by Sally Rooney
2. Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
3. Where the crawdads sing by Delia Owens
4. Heads of the colored people by Nafissa Thompson-Spires
5. Less by Andrew Sean Greer
6. Educated by Tara Westover
7. Salvage the bones by Jesmyn Ward

KarenUK I match two with you.... Daisy and the Sally Rooney 👍😊💕 2w
Cathythoughts Crawdads 👍🏻 Normal People 👍🏻♥️ 2w
marleed I‘ve read 5/6 and not the 7th. DJ made my list. Less is so close - I read last week and keep thinking about it. 2w
AnneCecilie We have 3 out of 6 in common, all on your the top row. 2w
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monalyisha
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BUUURRRRNNN 🔥

Moray_Reads The characters, relationships and events in this book were infuriating in the best possible way. It felt so true-to-life. I loved it. I'm reading Conversations with Friends at the moment
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Hazel0303 This book was sooo good and so very quotable. 2w
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merelybookish
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My #top6reads for 2019 so far. A mix of what I read most: contemporary, classic, and children's lit. The only genre missing is memoir and Inheritance by Dani Shapiro nearly made the list.
Consider yourself tagged! It's fun to reflect on the reading year thus far!
Great idea @Cinfhen

Cinfhen You have some classics, which is nice to see!!! Women Talking made my list in 2018! Fabulous book 2w
batsy Oops, I just tagged you 😁 Great list! Cassandra and Shirley are in mine, too 💜 I'm kind heartbroken I left out Normal People #theagonyoflists 2w
merelybookish @batsy It's a bit early but I think Normal People will be my fave book of 2019. I love it so! 2w
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merelybookish @Cinfhen That book is brilliant! I don't know who she managed to write it. 2w
vivastory It seems like the Toews keeps popping up, I will definitely check it out. I still need to read Normal People. 2w
Cathythoughts Normal People♥️ 2w
BarbaraBB All my peers are voting for Shirley. I really must read it soon! 😘 2w
merelybookish @vivastory She's an interesting writer! I've loved everything I've read by her! 2w
merelybookish @Cathythoughts So much love! 2w
merelybookish @BarbaraBB It helps if you already like Bronte! 2w
BarbaraBB I loved Jane Eyre but didn‘t care for Vilette... 2w
merelybookish @BarbaraBB Maybe Shirley can be the tie breaker.😀 2w
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Kalalalatja
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@Cinfhen asked to see Littens‘ #Top6Reads of the year so far, and these are my picks. I have a feeling I haven‘t had as many five stars reads as I normally have, but these six all blew me away and made me throw stars left, right and center ✨✨✨

Cinfhen Hmmm, there‘s one on here I never heard of!!! Must investigate 2w
Cinfhen And of course Souls & Gentleman were amazing 2w
BarbaraBB Love your choices! 2w
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britt_brooke Nice picks! 2w
KarenUK I just bought the Louise O‘Neill.... now I‘m looking forward to it even more! 2w
jillrhudy I was crazy for A Gentleman in Moscow and unhappy to reach the final page! 2w
Leftcoastzen Nice picks! 2w
youneverarrived Good choices. I love Our Souls at Night. 2w
Chelsea.Poole Normal People is going to make my list too 😊 2w
Megabooks Dying to get Normal People from BOTM! 2w
Kalalalatja @Cinfhen @KarenUK I love Louise O‘Neill, so I might be biased, but her story of an mentally abusive relationship was thought provoking, realistic and raw. 2w
Kalalalatja @BarbaraBB @britt_brooke @Leftcoastzen thanks! 🙌 @jillrhudy I felt completely swept away by it! @youneverarrived it was wonderful 👌 @Chelsea.Poole @Megabooks I know it is probably too soon to tell, but it might end up as my favourite of the year! 2w
Cathythoughts Normal People ♥️♥️♥️ 2w
Peaceful_Reader I loved Normal People, Kent Haruf, and A Gentleman in Moscow! 2w
Suet624 My heart will always skip a beat when I see Poet X. Loved it. 1w
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LoveToReadLiveToRead
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Taking an idea from @Cinfhen here are my #top6reads so far this year. The Winter King was a bit of a departure for me as I‘ve not read a lot of proper romance books but I was hooked and am definitely exploring the genre more.

Cinfhen Wow!! Lots of Daisy and Sally Rooney fans on Litsy!!! So interesting to see. Do you plan to continue on with the Sleeping Giants series!!?! Thanks for sharing and posting ❤️ 2w
Cathythoughts I loved Normal People too ♥️ 2w
LoveToReadLiveToRead @Cinfhen yes, definitely! I whizzed through the first one so the rest are definitely on the list. Have you read them all? 2w
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Cinfhen I haven‘t read the final one yet. I was a little disappointed with book 2 but I did love 2w
jillrhudy Can Evelyn H. decide how many times to die because either I'm senile or it's a different number every time I see the book?!? Pick a number Ev! 2w
LoveToReadLiveToRead @jillrhudy haha, it‘s that pesky half death thy she can‘t make up her mind about! 😂 2w
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KarenUK
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It was soooooo hard to narrow it down, @Cinfhen but here are my favorite #Top6Reads at the halfway mark.....
Would never have thought I‘d have had 2 by the same author! Rooney Fan-girl right here! 🙋🏻‍♀️

Cinfhen You know I‘m super excited to read the book you gifted me..... and I wasn‘t really blown away by the Sally Rooney novels but I did really like White Oleander ❤️Thanks for posting 2w
Cathythoughts Loved Normal People & the Maggie OFarrell ...👍🏻 2w
BarbaraBB Great choices!!! 😍 2w
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KarenUK @cinfhen The funny thing is, I‘ve already started thinking about my #19in2019 ! 😂 2w
Reviewsbylola I want to read Conversations, although I‘m nervous as I didn‘t care for Normal People. 2w
KarenUK @reviewsbylola I think you might like it better..... 2w
Chelsea.Poole I loved both the Rooneys too 🙌🏻 2w
HOTPock3tt White Oleander is a masterpiece. Just saying! ♥️🤗🙌🏽 2w
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LadyCait84
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Finished this late last week for my June book club meeting, and enjoyed it despite not caring for either of the central characters. It blurred the line between co-dependency and intimacy, and highlighted how thoroughly and easily communication can breakdown, even between people desperate to remain close to one another.

BooknerdsLife Beautiful review 💖 Can‘t wait to get into this one 2w
monalyisha Fantastic review! I agree 100%. 2w
CaitlinR Just got it from my Library hold. Thanks for the heads-up. 3d
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monalyisha
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Mosquitos rudely interrupted my outdoor reading sesh. I felt surly about it for a hot minute... but I somehow got over it. 🤷‍♀️

Clare-Dragonfly And that‘s why I rarely have those outdoor reading sessions. 2w
glamhobbit My hold for this just came in!! 2w
monalyisha @glamhobbit It‘s not an upper, that‘s for sure...but I flew through it & enjoyed the writing! 2w
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monalyisha
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Do you want some of this? Marianne says.
She‘s holding out the jar of chocolate spread. He presses his hands down slightly further into his pockets, as if trying to store his entire body in his pockets all at once.

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mija333
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You learn nothing very profound about yourself simply by being bullied; but by bullying someone else you can something you can never forget.

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Hazel0303
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Here is my June Recap!

This was a great reading month for me. I read 7 books, but to be fair they were on the shorter side.

Normal People, A Nearly Normal Family and In West Mills were my favorites!

Can‘t wait for July!

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corisbookworld
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️

Normal people started out great. It was super fast with an intriguing writing style that forced me to dial in and focus. Then it flattened out quite a bit and that is where I hit the struggle bus. Thankfully the ending wrapped things up nicely and saved this one for me. Not my favorite but not the worst.

#botm #bookofthemonth

swishandflick Welcome to Litsy! 🤗 #litsywelcomewagon 2w
corisbookworld @swishandflick thanks ❤️❤️❤️ 2w
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BookishBlonde12
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There was something about this book that I just loved. From the moment I started listening, I found that I couldn‘t stop. Great summer read!

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BookishTrish
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Normal people make a two-deep monthly TBR stack, right? Any must reads in stack 1?

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BookishTrish @Kimberlone @jchawkins @AnneCecilie All good ideas! I think whim may decide this for me! They‘re all very different reads. 3w
BookishTrish @MellieAntoinette Are you a fan of books set in Russia too? 3w
MellieAntoinette @BookishTrish Yes! I love to see this trending in new publications, though my wallet cringes since I buy all of them! 2w
BookishTrish @MellieAntoinette I‘d love to see your Russia stack! 2w
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Itchyfeetreader
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Well then. So many thoughts! (Skipping right past the weird lack of punctuation) I think she nailed the almost desperation and pedestal placing we can do with our first loves. However ultimately I found this unsatisfying - relationships and characters cycle vs grow and the flat storytelling loses its interest after the first half. Moving, I felt for the characters but was not invested in their story

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jillrhudy
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These Irish kids started out interesting but began to bore me to tears. Loads of emotion related flatly. No quotation marks (which I hate). When Connell and Marianne went to college, I lost interest. This kind of story works best in high school, where it has a meaningful backdrop and can remain all angsty and Breakfast-Clubesque. I‘m also weary of waiting for the young couple‘s socioeconomic class difference to mean something.

BookwormM The book went nowhere so you are not missing anything 3w
jillrhudy I suspected as much. It‘s a shame really, because she nailed that whole uncomfortable adolescent love vibe. 3w
Aimeesue I liked it, but I'm not bothered by the weird lack of quotation marks. I think it's better viewed as a whole, where you can see how each affected the outcome of the other's life so far. That's kind of the point of this one, I think. 2w
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Kimberlone
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Finally starting this! Making a concerted effort through the summer to get caught up on my #BOTMbacklog.

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kindergartenkat
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Rocking out my pile of audiobooks that all came in this week from Libby!
#BFCR2 #booknerdherd

bewareofwords Way to go! 😱👏🏽 3w
Megabooks Great job! 3w
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Jillsmith
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Mixed feelings - I didn‘t like most of this; liked the last quarter or so; sometimes brilliant writing. I did adore Connell‘s mom Lorraine. The book does a good job of describing that indescribable feeling of not fitting in/not being loved, if that makes sense.

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rachelsbrittain
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I managed to only order one book box while making this post and honestly I'm pretty impressed with my self restraint 😂

https://bookriot.com/2019/06/25/best-book-subscription-boxes/

TrishB I read this today and have saved a couple to look at properly! 3w
Laughterhp I love this article! It takes so much self control to not sign up for multiple subscriptions! 3w
rachelsbrittain @TrishB so glad you liked it and found a few that sound interesting! 3w
rachelsbrittain @Laughterhp thank you!! And glad you understand the plight 😂😂 3w
TrishB Going to drop big hints for the feminist one for my birthday. And thinking of getting my son and his bf the gay one! Both look great and apologies only just realised it‘s your article 🤦‍♀️ 3w
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Hazel0303
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To say this book is a 5 star read is not doing it justice. This was hands down the best read of 2019 for me. I can't wait to put this on my shelf and read it again someday.

My review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2558047399

KarenUK Agreed. My favorite of the year by a mile (her other book being my second favorite!) 3w
susanw I just finished it on audio and it was amazing. 5 stars for me too. 3w
Hazel0303 @KarenUK I haven't read her first - do you think since I loved this one that i'd like it? The description seemed kind of eh to me. 3w
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Hazel0303 @susanw So glad you loved it! It was truly amazing. 3w
KarenUK I loved both. I think if you loved this, you‘ll like the other one too. Her writing is just great.... 💕 3w
Hazel0303 @KarenUK I think I put 5 or 6 quotes in my review. Her writing is just Superb. So great - what a talent she has. 3w
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MEGR
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😭🖤🦋🖤😭I don‘t know how an author can write about such awkwardness and make you feel like something so beautiful is happening. I loved it 🖤🦋🖤

Joanne1 Yes! I totally agree. 3w
MEGR I can‘t wait to read her other book 📖 ! 3w
Cathythoughts Beautiful pic 3w
MEGR Thank you! It smelled heavenly too! 3w
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MEGR
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“While they were driving through Longford they had the radio on, it was playing a White Lies song that had been very popular when they were in school,and without touching the dial or raising his voice to be heard over the sound of the radio Connell said: You know I love you. He didn‘t say anything else.She said she loved him too and he nodded and continued driving as if nothing at all had happened, which in a way it hadn‘t.” 😭😭😭

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MEGR
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“You learn nothing very profound about yourself simply by being bullied; but by bullying someone else you learn something you can never forget.”

mija333 I love this quote. It makes me wonder if that boy who used to kick my chair and throw things at me during class ever realised how that changed my life. 2w
MEGR @mija333 haha, yes! I had a boy who turned his eyelids out and would chase me. And all the kids who called me speedy Gonzalez (my last name) and yelled ¡andale! At me on the playground. ? 2w
mija333 @MEGR What the hell? Isn't it strange how we still remember it... 🌞 2d
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MEGR
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“He was like a freezer item that had thawed too quickly on the outside and was melting everywhere, while the inside was still frozen solid. Somehow he was expressing more emotion than at any time in his life before, while simultaneously feeling less, feeling nothing.”

Lindy I posted the same quote. Lots of great lines in this novel. 👍 3w
MEGR She really is a great writer. I can‘t wait to read more! 3w
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MEGR
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“Life is the thing you bring with you inside your own head”

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Samwise_Gamgee
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Samwise_Gamgee Not pictured: boy has already stolen it and brought to work. 3w
Hazel0303 Hope you love Normal People! I started it yesterday and am already half way through! 3w
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MEGR
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“One night the library started closing just as he reached the passage in Emma when it seems like Mr. Knightley is going to marry Harriet, and he has to close the book and walk home in a strange state of emotional agitation. He‘s amused at himself, getting wrapped up in the drama of novels like that. It feels intellectually unserious to concern himself with fictional people marrying one another. But there it is: literature moves him.”

marleed Great line! 3w
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MEGR
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“Connell initially felt a sense of crushing inferiority to his fellow students, as if he upgraded himself accidentally to an intellectual level far above his own, where he had to make sense of the most basic premises...and eventually he realized that most people were not actually doing their reading. They were coming into college every day to have debates about books they had not read. He understands now that his classmates are not like him.”

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Aimeesue
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Because the minute you get home with armfuls of ARCs, that's when your library hold becomes available. Obviously. 🙄

jillrhudy I have my eye on this one. Let me know what you think! 3w
Aimeesue @Jillrhudy - I thought it was v. good. But you have to not mind the lack of traditional formatting - there are no quotation marks. And it could be a bit triggery. One of the families is just . . . horrible. (edited) 3w
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MEGR
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I have a TBR stack a mile high, but I couldn‘t resist this one when I saw it today...Saturday night reading 💫 in full effect 🌛