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The Golem and the Jinni
The Golem and the Jinni | Helene Wecker
Helene Wecker's dazzling debut novel tells the story of two supernatural creatures who appear mysteriously in 1899 New York. Chava is a golem, a creature made of clay, brought to life by a strange man who dabbles in dark Kabbalistic magic. When her master dies at sea on the voyage from Poland, she is unmoored and adrift as the ship arrives in New York Harbor. Ahmad is a jinni, a being of fire, born in the ancient Syrian Desert. Trapped in an old copper flask by a Bedouin wizard centuries ago, he is released accidentally by a tinsmith in a Lower Manhattan shop.Struggling to make their way in this strange new place, the Golem and the Jinni try to fit in with their neighbors while masking their true natures. Surrounding them is a community of immigrants: the coffeehouse owner Maryam Faddoul, a pillar of wisdom and support for her Syrian neighbors; the solitary ice cream maker Saleh, a damaged man cursed by tragedy; the kind and caring Rabbi Meyer and his beleaguered nephew, Michael, whose Sheltering House receives newly arrived Jewish men; the adventurous young socialite Sophia Winston; and the enigmatic Joseph Schall, a dangerous man driven by ferocious ambition and esoteric wisdom.Meeting by chance, the two creatures become unlikely friends whose tenuous attachment challenges their opposing natures, until the night a terrifying incident drives them back into their separate worlds. But a powerful menace will soon bring the Golem and the Jinni together again, threatening their existence and forcing them to make a fateful choice.Marvelous and compulsively readable, The Golem and the Jinni weaves strands of folk mythology, historical fiction, and magical fable into a wondrously inventive and unforgettable tale.
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mcctrish
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Started this on audio and I‘m wondering if the narrator did Frankenstein? It‘s distracting me

cariashley Not sure of the answer to your question, but how is this on audio? I‘ve had it forever but haven‘t listened to it yet. 4d
mcctrish I am enjoying it. The story is really sticking in my brain 4d
DGRachel George Guidall narrates a lot of books. I checked Audible and yes, he did narrate one for Recorded Books. 😊 4d
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mcctrish @DGRachel I think the one I listened to ( Frankenstein) was narrated by Simon Vance. But it is funny how certain turns of phrase in this book ( G & J) and the sound of GG‘s voice just remind me so strongly of F that I am transported to the other story 4d
DGRachel I understand that. I can‘t listen to anything narrated by Davina Porter anymore, because I‘ve listened to the first 4 1/2 Outlander books, and every time I listen to her, I think of the Frasers and it completely pulls me out of the other book! 4d
mcctrish It might be the only drawback to audiobooks @DGRachel 4d
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ctboeheim
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The tale of two supernatural beings who meet where the Jewish and Syrian cultures rub up against each other in Manhattan in 1900 New York. It brings the times and places to life in a way that reminded me of Middlesex, while telling the tale of these two beings, whose lives are more intertwined than any could imagine. I loved the pace and texture of this story. Slow, yes, but everything is there for a reason.

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Cinfhen
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#BookBasketGiveaway @LaraReads
This was SO MUCH FUN
MY GOLEM & THE JINNI BASKET:
Play-dough - Chana formed from clay
Olive oil in a pretty bottle - Ahmad released from an oil flask
Tarot Cards- use of magic & spells
World Atlas- characters traveled the globe
Guide to NYC - both are strangers to NYC
Red hots - represent fire ( Jinni)
Gummy worms - represent earth (Golem)
All gifted in an iron basket - one of the spirit elements

TheAromaofBooks I'm super excited about doing this, I just haven't had time!! Such a fun idea. 2mo
peaknit I love this book, #2 is coming out next year right?! 🤞🏻and I can smell play dough now:) 2mo
LaraReads Oh WOW! This is amazing & makes me want to jump right into the book! 💕💕 I Love all the thought you put into this! How exciting! 2mo
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Cinfhen Ha!!! The smell of play-dough @peaknit that‘s such a distinct and nostalgic memory 💕💕💕 2mo
Cinfhen Book #2 was meant to be released last year @peaknit I hope it comes out soon!!!!! 2mo
Cinfhen This was SO MUCH FUN @LaraReads @TheAromaofBooks I could easily fill imaginary book baskets all day❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️Such a GREAT GIFT IDEA 2mo
Cinfhen Thanks for sparking my creative energy @LaraReads 2mo
Meg8 I love this book! Wish I had this basket to go along as I read. What a great idea! 2mo
Cinfhen Thanks @Meg8 I wanted to include items that correspond to the book but would still be fun to receive as a gift 🎁 2mo
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Reecaspieces
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writerlibrarian The golem and the Jinny is soooo good. 3mo
Updrifting Heya - I just scheduled an audiobook tour for my series (since I actually have a series finally) via Audiobookworm. If you have an interest in this genre, I'm happy to send you over@ 3mo
Slajaunie You have me two new books for my tbr! Yay! Thanks! 💙💙💙💙📖 3mo
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JoyBlue
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Bailedbailed

I think I'm actually further along, but my bookmarks aren't syncing from device to device. Anyway, I'm just not digging it (it's sooooo slooooow and boring, so far), so I'm bailing at 1:05:26 / 6%.

I'm actually pretty bummed about this—I've been looking forward to reading it for a long time. Maybe someday I'll try again.

Tamra I finished it and I didn‘t enjoy. 😑 4mo
JoyBlue @Tamra Bummer! Thanks for letting me know I‘m not alone. 4mo
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DrexEdit
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Day four - #7days7covers #notINAROW! #covercrush

@KMM would you like to play?

Post a cover you love each day for seven days
No explanation needed. Tag someone new each day.

Cover design by Richard Ljoenes.

Itchyfeetreader Oh I loved this one 5mo
sprainedbrain Wonderful book, gorgeous cover. ❤️ 5mo
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AnansiGirl
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Nute I remember purchasing this book just for the cover art!🙂 5mo
AnansiGirl @Nute I did the same thing! 😄 5mo
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tdrosebud
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#7days7covers #covercrush

@vonnie862 wanna play? 7 days, 7 covers, no explanations. Tag someone new everyday.

@Lynnsoprano

Cinfhen Loved this cover, love this book!!! 5mo
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bell7
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We meet a golem who was created as the "perfect wife" for her master who then dies, and she has to find her own way in New York City, and a jinn that comes out of a bottle and lives with a Syrian immigrant tinsmith. The two could not be more different, but as two outsiders as magical creatures in a human city they meet and begin a friendship. This delightful story gives a unique take on the immigrant experience in turn of the century NYC.

Avanders I really enjoyed this one ☺️☺️ 6mo
bell7 @Avanders wasn't it grand? Such a great blend of fantastical and historical fiction! 6mo
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shaynarae
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Very well done audio! I really enjoyed this story of 2 magical beings from across the ocean end up finding each other in early 20th century New York and their struggling with navigating in the human world. I believe this book is now a series, but it certainly serves as a stand-alone. I don‘t think i‘ll read its sequel because I‘m happy with where the story ended and don‘t want to be disappointed by anything after.

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tricours
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Wow, this was great! I have absolutely zero complaints and I just wish this author will publish lots of books. Such an imaginative story, great writing and character building!

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Larkken
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I can't decide how much I liked it. The vision of immigrant heavy early NYC was phenomenal esp through the pane of magical realism. Feels a bit unfinished, maybe?
1 down!
(Maybe a few less than) #24b4Monday @Andrew65 @ReadingMermaid @Clwojick

TrishB There is a sequel coming out later this year apparently. 9mo
BookInMyHands I felt that way too. I liked the world building but... just felt incomplete to me, and I‘m not sure another book is the answer. 9mo
Larkken @BookInMyHands yea! Exactly. But I'll definitely still stack book 2, @TrishB 😊 (edited) 9mo
Clwojick Interesting. Maybe I‘ll wait until the second one comes out before I read this one. 9mo
Andrew65 This is one I keep thinking about reading. 9mo
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Larkken
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Added three books that I've been struggling to find time to finish before they go back to the library to my kindle yesterday, and put it in airplane mode. After that, we'll see where my library takes me for the #24b4Monday readathon! (already 1 hr in, but shh - I'm supposed to be concentrating solely on work)

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Andrea4
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Loved this book!!! LOVED!💙💙
Weaving reality and myth, time and space. Asking what you are made of, to whom do you belong, what is a soulmate?

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llwheeler
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#RandomReflections @Andrea4

Been thinking about this question off and on all day, and I think I'm wood. Earth and air / wind both felt appealing in some ways, so wood feels right as being kind of a bridge between them.

Andrea4 I like it ❤❤ 10mo
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Andrea4
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I am loving this #audiobook 🥰 such a wonderful weaving of fairytale and reality.
It also made me wonder the other day- if you were made of an element (fire, earth, wind, water, metal, wood, etc) which would you consider yourself to be made of? And why?
#RandomReflections 🤣
@llwheeler @Clwojick @BookishTrish @FantasyChick @Jabberwocky @DannyHattan @Mdargusch @mdhughes72
Tag someone? Play? Lol 🤣

llwheeler Ooh, good question! Will make a good break from work to ponder and post in a little bit 🙂 10mo
Mdargusch Hmmm. I need to ponder this. 🤔 10mo
Andrea4 @llwheeler @Mdargusch 👍 in case you were wondering, our golem friend is made of earth and our jinni of fire! 10mo
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DannyHattan I‘m going with Earth, so much you can do with it 😂 @LibrarianRyan 10mo
DannyHattan Oh and what are you choosing @Andrea4 🤗 10mo
Andrea4 @DannyHattan I've thought about that often...what powers the different elements might yield. I feel strongly that I would either be made of earth or wind. I don't know what it is about standing in gusting wind, but it makes me feel free. 10mo
Andrea4 @DannyHattan and what exactly would you "do" if you were made of earth? 10mo
DannyHattan @Andrea4 consume everything!!! 😂 it‘s brilliant watching nature reclaim developed parts of the world. Love seeing that. 10mo
LibrarianRyan @DannyHattan toss up. Fire, because as I have the power to destroy, I also have the power to create. I can be effected by the changing winds of time, but also venerable to the elements. But then I also think metal. All are strong, but some flexible, moldable. It can be changed as needs demand. Yes metal can be used for war, but also for protection. So no easy answer. 10mo
Mdargusch I am drawn to water so I‘m going with that. It‘s gives life but there is a power behind it too. 10mo
Andrea4 @DannyHattan best answer! Slow 👏 10mo
Andrea4 @LibrarianRyan if you had to choose between metal and fire, do you have a gut reaction? 10mo
Andrea4 @Mdargusch water is lovely! And so mercurial, though really so are all the elements. 10mo
LibrarianRyan @Andrea4 I think my gut says metal. Josh says fire. 10mo
Andrea4 @LibrarianRyan 🤣👍 10mo
mdhughes72 In the words of Norman Maclean, I am haunted by waters. 10mo
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Andrea4
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On this extremely dreary, quiet Easter Friday, I'm being kept company by the golem and the jinni ❤
Lovely that I can go on such amusing walks in my mind.

Mdargusch It‘s gloomy here too. At least the birds are singing! 10mo
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Vinjii
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And here‘s my #sffs from @jenniferw88 and I love love love it. Can‘t wait to read the books ❤️ and thank you for the lovely card. I will add the series you recommended to my list. It sounds super intriguing!

Edit: because I forgot to tag @Avanders — I am terrible.

jenniferw88 😊 glad you like everything! Thought you might appreciate a shorter book after Golem and the Jinni! 10mo
Vinjii @jenniferw88 I didn‘t know it was this long 😂😂😱 10mo
Avanders 🧬🦄♥️👏🏽👏🏽 10mo
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mdemanatee
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Decided to reread this beloved book on audio for book club before tackling my next frontlist title on Scribd. Only to find myself capped. This is only my second audiobook of the month and I just listened to my first this weekend when I reset on the 26th. I usually get 3 frontlist titles but after a year of seeing my perks get less and less I am frustrated. Any other Scribd users experiencing this?

balletbookworm A number of friends have been commenting on this almost monthly that they get throttled very quickly. It happens so often I‘m surprised the service is still operating and people haven‘t left in disgust 10mo
mdemanatee @balletbookworm I‘m frustrated monthly and this might be my breaking point. If I‘m going to be waiting anyway might as well do it from the library. (edited) 10mo
mdemanatee @balletbookworm I feel like I should clarify I have been using the library too j just only get so many holds on frontlist titles so I had a whole system. But also I am training right now so not getting through as many audiobooks so 10mo
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JoB1
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Bit late to the party on this as it's a few years old - not sure when it was released in the UK. Also not entirely sure how to categorise it - not exactly fantasy or fairy tale but somewhere in between. Turn of the century New York setting a bit reminiscent of the All of a Kind Family books, which I loved as a child. Interesting idea and well told story. Delighted to learn from Litsy that a sequel is due out soon. A gentle and heart warming book.

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Cinfhen
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#AnglophileApril On October 9, 2015, Wecker confirmed that she was working on a sequel, titled The Iron Season. It was meant to be released in late 2018/ early 2019. Now #RumorHasIt being released January 1, 2020. That would be a kickass way to start a new decade!!!!

TrishB Cool 👍🏻 11mo
emilyhaldi Look at you, all up in the book-release gossip!! 👏🏻👏🏻 11mo
Cathythoughts That sounds like a great plan 👍🏻♥️ 11mo
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Mdargusch I haven‘t read the first book. Do I need to? 11mo
writerlibrarian Wow. Can't wait. 11mo
Cinfhen I LOVED the first book @Mdargusch but I don‘t think Steph did. I would recommend it before the sequel is released. Have you read it @emilyhaldi ?? 11mo
Cinfhen I feel like I‘ve been waiting forever for the sequel @TrishB @Cathythoughts @writerlibrarian 11mo
Reviewsbylola Definitely wasn‘t for me. 🙈 11mo
emilyhaldi I always kind of assumed it wasn‘t for me 🤔 11mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I can‘t believe it‘s going to be that long. What was she doing? Talking to George R. R. Martin? 11mo
JaclynW Can't wait! It's taking so long!! 11mo
Cinfhen 😂😂😂 @BarbaraTheBibliophage @JaclynW This waiting is not a good sign... I‘m thinking rewrites 😝 11mo
JaclynW @Cinfhen Worrisome indeed. 11mo
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nu-bibliophile
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Doing some early morning reading before I head off to my appointment. I'm really loving this book. I can't believe I didn't read it sooner.

tournevis I loved this book. It has... problems, but the writing compensates for that. 11mo
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WhatThePuck
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Loved, loved, loved this book. I especially loved that it didn't seem rushed. I know it's a chunkster, but I don't mind when the time is taken to give every character depth. This was definitely a #litsymademedoit read even though it falls in my genre. Thanks for this recommendation! 5/5

sprainedbrain I loved this one, too! I think the sequel comes out this year. 😃 11mo
WhatThePuck @sprainedbrain Goodreads says January. Less than a year-ish, but 2020 all the same. 😄 11mo
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WhatThePuck
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As you can see I'm only 1% into this book, but I'm really enjoying it so far. I'm excited that I'm having a slow work day so I can tuck in a little more with this book.

Andrea4 I just grabbed this for my flight coming up- figure if the plane ride is 11 hours, I'm going to need to have something to keep me sane!! 11mo
WhatThePuck @Andrea4 keep me posted on how you like it! You'll get more reading done than I will. Lol. Hope you have a good flight! 11mo
Addison_Reads I listened to this audiobook a couple years ago and I still mention it to people. I really enjoyed it and I hope you do too. 11mo
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silentrequiem
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First, #dealalert on one of my favorite books!

Second, Amazon has this categorized as "General Poland Travel Guides" and I'm dying here. ???

MommyWantsToReadHerBook 😂😂😂 11mo
sprainedbrain Ummmm. So close, Amazon. 😂😂😂 11mo
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nu-bibliophile
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Book haul 📖📖
I couldn't help myself 🤷‍♀️

megansaurusrex I have been wanting to try Enchantee! 12mo
nu-bibliophile @megansaurusrex I saw it at B&N and I thought it looked good so I grabbed it ! 12mo
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Read66
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A well written fantasy about two supernatural beings finding each other in New York City. Enjoyed the historic setting and the well-developed characters living in that world.

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sk888888
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Wow. Just WOW. Read for a couple of challenges, I never expected to be so invested in this story! If you have this book on your own TBR, move it up NOW. You won‘t be disappointed. Now I can‘t wait for the sequel!

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Laughterhp
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1. The Golem & the Jinni; Mistborn and Slayer
2. Slayer (though I‘m not done reading it yet). Book I finished that is newest is An Anonymous Girl.
3. The original Beauty and the Beast (from 1765)

#weekendreads

RamsFan1963 I'm going to read The Golem & The Djinn next on my #LitsyAtoZ. How is it? It's been sitting on my TBR for awhile now. 13mo
Laughterhp @RamsFan1963 I haven‘t read enough of it yet to form an opinion. I‘m only on chapter 3 and those first 2 chapters were interesting! 12mo
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1. A balmy 34°
2. 60-65°
3. 68°
4. Heavy rain or snow days
5. A lovely fantasy book and/or series (still waiting for book two of the tagged, it's been so long!)

#HelloThursday Polar Vortex Edition
@wanderinglynn

wanderinglynn Thanks for playing! 💜 13mo
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Lucy_Anywhere
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A gorgeously written historical fantasy set in New York's immigrant neighbourhoods. Well worth a read.

#fantasy # nyc

Becker I loved this book. 12mo
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MirrorMask
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“The tide of her exhilaration drained from her, leaving her exhausted and heartsick. She would have bound the entire city, made them all into her golems, to satisfy her own need to be useful.”

I used this book for the animal or inanimate object is a pov character. It sort of works since neither Golem or Jinni are truly human. I really enjoyed listening to this book and liked that Wecker expanded the story to include details on minor characters.

readordierachel Loved this one!! 13mo
alysonwrites I didn‘t expect to like it as much as I did, but it‘s really well written. It‘s almost as if the Golem and the Jinni are the most human characters in the book. 13mo
MirrorMask @alysonwrites Absolutely! 13mo
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MirrorMask
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Listening to the tagged book and later a Harry Potter movie marathon.

#SundayFunday @sebrittain

TheSpineView Good way to spend a Sunday. ❤📚 13mo
writerlibrarian Watching hockey, have a 🔥 going and reading. Hawk beat the Caps. Now the Isles are beating the 🦆 13mo
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MirrorMask
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1. Tagged book
2. Tea
3. I just had a Coke.

#WeekendReads @rachelsbrittain

rachelsbrittain Thanks for joining in ☕😊 13mo
bookseller_cate I loved The Golem and the Jinni! 13mo
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AiBBot
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If you want to read a boring story, do not read this book. If you want to read about how the fates of two mystical creatures become intertwined while in New York in the 1900‘s (I want to go on a Golem and Jinni New York walking tour), you should read this delightful book.

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paulfrankspencer
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A very imaginative blending of folklore, tied together in a nice period piece of sorts. Enjoyable read, if not what I usually go in for.

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MolliesaurusRex
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I finally finished it! This book is so good. I hate that I got stuck in that reading slump and didn‘t finish it sooner. I‘m excited for the sequel I‘ve heard about! Definitely recommend this one! Now, on to The Sandman: Vol 1! #24b42019 #readathon

MrBook I enjoyed this one too! 😁 14mo
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MolliesaurusRex
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A pretty decent start for the #24b42019 readathon. 60 pages until this one is finished and then on to The Sandman!

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MolliesaurusRex
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Getting a head start on the readathon before kids are here tonight & I cease to have time🙄😂 hoping to finish The Golem and the Jinni (finally!) and get through my Christmas present before kids.🤞🏼 lets go! #24b4newyear #cozyreading #readathon

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MolliesaurusRex
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This new job is totally killing me and I have zero time to read now (although I‘m still enjoying the job), so I‘ve been MIA & will probably continue to be for a bit, but I figured I‘d play along with what bookish things I did #in2018

RealLifeReading New job! Cool! 1y
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hwestfall
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Pretty interesting so far!

jfalkens I loved this book 😊 hope you enjoy it too 🤗 1y
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MolliesaurusRex
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I hate days where I can‘t get any reading done, but I was so behind on laundry and my clothing storage needed some serious organizing.😩 making up for it tomorrow though!!! (& getting my skirt hangers out of storage for that last little pile right there😅) #cleaningday #letmereadinstead

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Giabow
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Oh wow! Why did it take me so long to finally read this book?! So so good!!
#recommend

TrishB Great read 👍🏻 1y
sprainedbrain Yes! Loved this one. ❤️ 1y
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MolliesaurusRex
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I‘m so in love with this book. I‘m a little over halfway through it, & usually by now I‘m wrapped up in “OMG how am I not almost done with this book yet” fatigue, no matter how much I enjoy the book, but I‘m not there yet!

Also, can I just say how much I love that I have finally gotten back into reading? Like, my mood has increased so much since I started reading more in September, & it just keeps improving the more I read.❤️📚 #booklove

TrishB I loved this one too 💕 1y
zsuzsanna_reads @MolliesaurusRex @trishb And a sequel's coming! I'm so looking forward to it. 1y
MolliesaurusRex @zsuzsanna_reads YASSSSSS😍😍😍😍 1y
TrishB @zsuzsanna_reads cool 👍🏻 1y
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MolliesaurusRex
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Finally a night to myself!!! I feel like I haven‘t been able to just chill at home since last Tuesday, so I‘m taking advantage of tonight by reading in my ugly Christmas sweatshirt (found at goodwill and purchased to wear to school as I have a student who is OBSESSED with dinosaurs) #relaxingathome #timetoread #uglychristmassweater #dinosaurchristmas

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MolliesaurusRex
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Exhausted after the first day following a break, but I got (& signed) my contract for my new job (!!!!) and things have chilled out a bit so I actually have some time to read!!! I‘m loving this book so far. I especially enjoy the contrast between the golem & the jinni - how the golem is learning to live with freedom & the jinni is learning to live with his shackles. These bags will definitely be darker if this books pulls me in even more.😅😴

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MolliesaurusRex
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...I‘m calling it. Better than I expected out of this weekend! #24b4monday

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MolliesaurusRex
The Golem and the Jinni | Helene Wecker
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I‘m loving this book so far. I wish I had more time to read it this weekend (although naps were necessary but not helpful). Putting kids to bed, showering, then trying to at least get 1 more hour by midnight!😩 #24b4monday #morelike4beforemonday

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The Golem and the Jinni | Helene Wecker
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Thanksgiving is over, kitchen is cleaned, leftovers are put away, kids are in bed, & I can finally stop moving for longer than 30 seconds. Time to relax in bed & read.😌 #24b4monday #relaxingtime #timetoread

Andrew65 Good luck, will be interested to see what you think of this book. 😊👍 1y
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