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The woman in white
The woman in white | Wilkie COLLINS
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Yuki_Onna
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Love road trips - but to think of a fictional character to go with is quite hard. I've never been one for #fictionalcrushes
Being so infatuated and happy with the men irl - my boo especially, that is.
I'd love going on a road trip and getting lost with him. 😊

Well, back to the question. If had to pick one, I'd go with Walter Hartright from the tagged book. He's the closest I ever got to a fictional crush.

#SundayFunday #gothic #roadtrips

RaeLovesToRead Ooh, I'll have to think! 🤔🤔 3w
ozma.of.oz That‘s a fun answer! Thank you for sharing! 3w
Yuki_Onna @RaeLovesToRead Do so!😁 I had to think for a bit as well... But I know you're one to enjoy road trips a lot, too! 😊 3w
Yuki_Onna @ozma.of.oz Thank you, Krysta! 😊 3w
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BarbaraBB
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#AlphabetGame Letter W

One of the gems I discovered on the list of #1001books. This gothic novel is fantastic!

erzascarletbookgasm I loved reading this! 3mo
batsy It was so much fun! The first time I read it I was a bit creeped out 😅 3mo
jlhammar I still need to try Wilkie Collins! I‘ve got this and The Moonstone on my shelves waiting patiently. 3mo
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ravenlee I really enjoyed this one, and have The Moonstone lined up for…someday. 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing 🙌🏻📚 3mo
BarbaraBB @jlhammar I‘d start with huis one if I were you! 3mo
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ShyBookOwl
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I sometimes wonder what the epistolary novel of the 2030s onwards will be like. Just a smattering of cobbled together conversation snippets, written in text shorthand and punctuated by emojis? 🤔

#readermusings

IuliaC A very relevant point! 😃 7mo
ravenlee I saw someone once comparing emojis to hieroglyphics and sometimes wonder if future generations will have the same trouble deciphering them. 7mo
ShyBookOwl @ravenlee that's so interesting... and a really funny thought. I sometimes already have trouble deciphering emoji-convos 😅 7mo
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Daisey
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I read more in October than I expected with a total of 14 books, and 6 of those are on the #1001books list. It was an interesting mix, but The Woman in White was a clear favorite.

#ReadingStats #MonthlyStats #BookSpinBingo

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Daisey
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This story was so good and a perfect October read! The mysteries were fascinating and completely explained in the end. I enjoyed all the gothic aspects without feeling they were overly dramatic as in so many stories. I appreciated seeing the story from different perspectives and how they all came together. Additionally, the narrators of this audio version were fantastic.

#audiobook #1001books #Reading1001

Daisey @Andrew65 Finishing this also brought me to 16 hours for the #20in4 #Halloween #Readathon. 13mo
Andrew65 Brilliant time 👏👏👏 13mo
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Daisey
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I‘ve been listening to this book off and on throughout the day, and it‘s a perfect atmospheric read for the end of October. I‘m enjoying it so much that I might actually finish it tomorrow.

#1001books #audiobook #audiowalk

mabell This is on my TBR, but I never think about reading it! 13mo
emz711 Finished it a few weeks ago, such a great story! 13mo
Daisey @mabell It‘s been on my TBR for a while now too and one of the Goodreads groups I‘m in chose it for a fall read this year. It‘s the perfect time to read it. 13mo
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Daisey
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Good morning! I‘m looking forward to participating more in today‘s #Deweys24HourReadathon than I have recently. This is my main TBR stack. I‘m starting with The Woman in White on audio while posting, getting breakfast, and doing some housework. I hope to finish Song of Solomon and Romeo & Juliet later today. #Readathon

Opening Survey on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/18076759-daisey-s-readathon?page=2

BarbaraBB The woman in white is so so good! It‘s one of the books I am the #1001books list thankful for since I doubt I would have read it otherwise. It turned out to be an all-time favorite! 13mo
Daisey @BarbaraBB I‘m over halfway through now and it‘s so good! 13mo
BarbaraBB I am glad you think so too!! 13mo
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YasmiNova
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The great thing about a period detective story is the absence of technology. It's all about the reasoning and I loved that! I was expecting a ghost story actually but it's not, just has lots of gothic elements in it, a bit like Jane Eyre. And Count Fosco! It's amazing how the author managed to make him so attractive and so revolting at the same time...

BarbaraBB I loved this one too 😉 14mo
YasmiNova Hehe great taste @BarbaraBB 😉 14mo
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emz711
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Classic tale that I feel like gets talked about in other novels and I had to track it down! You know when you just want to find a book the old fashioned way? Second hand bookshop with a shipment of classics for the win!

Can't wait to see how it is! Anyone read it before?

#gothic #white #wilkiecollins

JamieArc I enjoyed it! 1y
LeslieO I loved it! 1y
BarbaraBB It‘s fantastic! 🖤 1y
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Cazxxx
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What do you think 😂

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Cazxxx
The woman in white | Wilkie COLLINS
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🎧 up next 🎧

BarbaraBB Sooo good!! 2y
Cazxxx @BarbaraBB I love the book and think it‘ll be really good as an audiobook 2y
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squirrelbrain
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For those of you who like bookish podcasts....

The first episode is all about the tagged book, The Woman in White.

BarbaraBB Interesting! I loved that book! 2y
Birdsong28 Thanks have added it to my podcast list. I have one for work as it passes the time as I pick the click and collects we have to do. 📚 📖 2y
tenar I just read that book in December, thank you for posting this! 2y
YasmiNova Reading the book now and saw your post about the podcast - added to my favourites, thank you! 1y
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rwmg
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tenar
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Wow, this 1859 novel has it all! A rich cast of characters, an inciting incident on a spooky night, a pure-hearted romance, legal puzzles, detective thrills, secret correspondence, questions of identity, and intense sexism and ableism!

I love tracing lineages in media, and many books I‘ve enjoyed owe this one quite a lot, especially My Cousin Rachel and Fingersmith. I recommend The Woman in White for readers with similar taste, but 👇🏻

tenar Please take care to apply to this book‘s treatment of its disabled characters, particularly Anne Catherick, Mr. Fairlie, and Margaret Porcher, the same critical eye you‘d naturally apply to its treatment of women and gender. 2y
BarbaraBB Such a good book!! 2y
Suet624 I read this when I was much too young. I really should it again. 2y
tenar @BarbaraBB It was so good, especially the last stretch! I had hit a total reading slump midway, and your earlier comment fed my determination to finish this one. It was well worth the effort! 2y
tenar @Suet624 I bet it would hold up well to a reread! It‘s so carefully plotted and develops such a lovely trio of characters to root for. 2y
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cdreincarnate
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Mehso-so

Not sure why this book tends to get classified as a horror since there‘s nothing paranormal. The story is pretty interesting and the characters are great, but it felt way longer than it needed to be.

The narrator was great at doing different voices for different characters, but he got way into the idea of dramatic suspense even when there was nothing suspenseful.

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KimM
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Pickpick

This will go into my 10 best books read this year. It's a classic, gothic mystery read beautifully by Ian Holm. 5 ⭐ s

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JenDR
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Time to start my spooky read of October. My friend, who lives in Jamaica and I have started a reading tradition. We chose a book in the public domain or one we both have access to and read it texting our thoughts to each other after each chapter. We decided that October needed a good spooky classic.

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tenar
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For #Victober I‘ve begun reading The Woman in White, a mystery novel by Englishman Wilkie Collins, published in 1859.

I haven‘t read a book written before 1900 nor one over 600 pages in a couple of years, so I figured I‘d take the opportunity to vary my reading diet.

It‘s been an engaging and easy read thus far, sexism and ableism aside. Reading a “sensation” mystery has been perfect for my otherwise totally unspooky October! 🌙☁️🕯

BarbaraBB I loved it! 2y
tenar @BarbaraBB I‘m excited to hear that! I‘m about 120 pages in and can‘t wait to see how it unfolds. 2y
BarbaraBB I felt that way until the end. And that for such an oldie! I was really surprised how much I liked it! 2y
tenar @BarbaraBB Oh man, you‘ve got me just itching to pick it up! I‘m going to try to clear some time for it this afternoon 😌 2y
BarbaraBB Looking forward to your thoughts! 2y
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TheSpineView
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#sundayfunday @ozma.of.oz

📚 Tagged
📚 Frankenstein
📚 The Harry Potter books

ozma.of.oz The Woman in White is an excellent choice! Thank you for sharing! 2y
Palimpsest I‘m surprised about Frankenstein. If anything I think it is underrated for certain reasons such as the entire theme of the Sublime, as written about by Burke within the novel is generally overlooked by the casual reader, as well as how what seems everyday to us about science was absolutely new in 1818. It‘s a favorite of mine. Wuthering Heights or Lord of the Flies would be my choices for being overrated. It‘s fun to see what people think. 2y
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Helen19
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I loved this book so much, and the TV adaptation. Lots of #ethereal moments and figures. #beautifulwords

OriginalCyn620 🤍🤍🤍 2y
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Kentheten
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Pickpick

Excellent mystery. The changes in narration were very interesting, a very unique book. Took me a while to read it, but I always maintained interest. I did see a good amount of twists coming, but there were some that surprised me. Definitely loved the characters, very well rounded and described. Easy to root for their success or failures. Would definitely recommend 8.5/10

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eeclayton
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Pickpick

What a complex mystery! Although the book dragged quite a bit at some points, and it was a little repetitive, especially toward the end, it was thoroughly enjoyable, and it kept me guessing.

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eeclayton
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And this from a lawyer 😂

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MicrobeMom
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@Eggs #wonderouswednesday
1- bookish item, a bookmark from my university
2- I listen to 2-3 audiobooks month. Usually everyday back and forth to work, knitting, and cooking.
Thanks @shortsarahrose for the tag!
3- consider yourself tagged 🙂

Eggs Lovely bookmark 🔖 thanks for playing 🤗 3y
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amber_ldsmom
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The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins

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EadieB
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Day 22 - #WhiteAndBlue #FestivePhotoChallenge #WinterGames #JingleBallers #TheWomanInWhite #WilkieCollins

Published in 1859, we are immediately intrigued by the narrative - a young and genial tutor of arts, Walter Hartright, encounters a woman dressed head to toe in white who is lost in the streets of London. After reporting her to the authorities Walter is informed that the lady was an escapee from a mental asylum.

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GatheringBooks
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vivastory I really need to read this one. I loved Moonstone. 3y
BarbaraBB @vivastory Me too and this one‘s even better! 3y
Chab256 Love me some buttered toast! I'm a bit of a bread and bagel junkie! 😃 3y
TK-421 I love this quote! 3y
jillrhudy I am thinking this is Frederick Fairlie. 3y
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hungrybird
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“We don't want genius in this country, unless it is accompanied by respectability - and then we are very glad to have it, very glad indeed.“ - the father of the two girls that Pesca taught Italian to (probably a real minor character)

I don't think this character will make an appearance again, but found this quote to be interesting just the same.

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hungrybird
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“You see I don't think much of my own sex, Mr. Hartright - which will you have,
tea or coffee? - no woman does think much of her own sex, although few of them
confess it as freely as I do.“ - Miss Marian Halcombe

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Tex2Flo
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I struggled at first with the old fashioned language. The characters are unique and introduced slowly enough that I can keep them separated. Really starting to enjoy it. Opening up like a butterfly.

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Tex2Flo
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No sooner do I finish one chunkster than I start another. Isn‘t that what a holiday is for?

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emmaturi
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Day 20 - #classicyouhavenotread - this is one I bought ages ago, still not read #gratefulreads
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @OriginalCyn620

BarbaraBB Oh you should! 3y
ljuliel It‘s very good ! 3y
Tamra It is so really engaging!! (edited) 3y
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veritysalter I finished it last month, it is a long one, but such a good story. 3y
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚 3y
emmaturi Ok, lots of positive remarks! So I will just have to try to read it soonish! @veritysalter @Tamra @ljuliel @BarbaraBB 3y
BarbaraBB 🙏😊 3y
Tamra Yay! I recently listened to an audio version - it had been years since I read it and I enjoyed it just as much. 3y
jillrhudy I've read it about eight times. It's so fabulous especially if you love Victorian. 3y
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emilyhaldi
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Walter Hartright encounters a #beautifulstranger all in white and his life is forever changed from there ad he unravels the mystery of her past. Gothic horror at its finest 🖤
#movember

batsy Nice one! 3y
Cinfhen This would work for #Booked2020 #GothicHorror 👻 3y
Kalalalatja I was so impressed by this! 3y
Tamra So good! 3y
Reviewsbylola I need to reread this one. 3y
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Chynnaaa
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Mystery and Gothic Fiction
Sensation Novel

Pages: 512

Date started: October 16, 2019
Date finished: October 30, 2019

I thought the cover was quite beautiful. After reading the synopsis, this mystery set in the Victorian era got me hooked. I really liked the alternating narratives from different characters.

Chynnaaa Walter Hartright, a respected artist, is hired at the Limmeridge House to guide two young women in the art of drawing, Marian Halcombe and Laura Fairlie. He meets a peculiar woman who remarkably resembles Ms. Fairlie (one of the two women he‘s teaching). Hartright helps the stranger catch a ride to London. Later, he learns that the woman is an asylum escapee, and that he can be charged as an accomplice in her escape. (edited) 3y
Chynnaaa Walter Hartright and Laura Fairlie fall in love during their time together at the Limmeridge House. However, Ms. Fairlie had promised to marry Sir Percival Glyde when her father was on his deathbed. Ms. Halcombe arranges to send Mr. Hartright away from Limmeridge House to prevent any more despair between him and Ms. Fairlie. 3y
Chynnaaa Anne Catherick (the mystery woman Mr. Hartright met) had lived at the Limmeridge House when she was a child. She was extremely fond of Mrs. Fairlie (Laura Fairlie‘s mother). After Mrs. Fairlie passes away, Anne Catherick promises to watch over Laura. Anne learns about the engagement between Laura and Percival Glyde, and tries to intervene before the marriage takes place. Laura is brokenhearted from parting with Walter. She marries Percival Glyde. 3y
Chynnaaa Percival is after the money that Ms. Fairlie is meant to inherit, planning to use her wealth to pay off his growing debts. Marian is the only person who can help Laura Fairlie in her dangerous marriage. Percival‘s good friend, Count Fosco, plans to kill Laura in order to maximize the profit earned. Marian has to save her sister from the life she promised herself to. Walter Hartright did not forget Laura Fairlie and neither has Anne Catherick. (edited) 3y
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veritysalter
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Pickpick

A gripping Victorian Gothic - an evil husband, a wronged woman, a noble suitor. Asylums, locked rooms and a race across London. I enjoyed this mammoth book immensely, although, as a modern reader, I much preferred the forthright and practical character of Marian to the simpering and childlike Laura.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty 🖤🧡 3y
jillrhudy I think everyone, including the author, likes Marian better! 3y
veritysalter @jillrhudy I was worried I wasn‘t being romantic enough. I know Laura fulfilled the Victorian notion of an ideal woman/wife, but she was so dull. #FeistyWomenForTheWin 3y
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Tamra
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“It is the grand misfortune of my life, that nobody will let me alone. Why, I ask everybody why, why worry me? Nobody answers that question and nobody lets me alone.” - Frederick Fairlie, Esq.

One of the best sets of opening chapter lines ever!

I feel so much more terribly about the fate of Anne on reread. Collins didn‘t write enough empathy into the other characters for her sad existence and fate.

Tamra I have to wonder what a modern editor would do with this beast. Don‘t get me wrong, I loved the writing and wouldn‘t change it, but it took me a comparative eternity to listen to it. 3y
rwmg Since it was originally published as a magazine serial and then as a 3-volume novel, would considering it a trilogy rather than one novel make the time needed not so long? 3y
veritysalter I‘ve been reading this for what feels like forever! I‘m enjoying it, but it‘s so long, the book is uncomfortable to hold. Down to the last 100 pages and hopefully finishing today. 3y
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Tamra @rwmg that explains it! 3y
Tamra @veritysalter enjoy! Book bulk is the great benefit of Kindle. 😄 3y
jillrhudy I LOVE THIS AUDIOBOOK SO DEARLY. It is the main temptation to get Audible so that I can buy it. Roger Rees is the perfect Hartright. 3y
Tamra @jillrhudy I agree, the narration is very engaging. Who read the Count, captured the character so well?! 3y
jillrhudy @Tamra If I were guessing, I'd say John Lee. I can't find any details online of which member of the “full cast“ read which character. 3y
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MrBook
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Two #NYC bookclubs today 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻! First one was the #2030SomethingLongReadsBookClub, and we read the tagged book. Everyone liked this thick Victorian novel, arguably the world‘s first mystery novel. 😊

Have you read it?!

rwmg It's on my TBR shelf to re-read 3y
JazzFeathers I haven't read it yet. But l read The Moonstone maaaaany ago and although l remember very little of the story, l know l really liked it. Maybe it's time to give Collins another chance 😉 3y
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MrBook
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#BookNDinner! Accompaniment this chilly, dark evening: broccoli florets, carrots, cauliflower, chicken, and mushrooms, in extra virgin olive oil; grape tomatoes; mozzarella balls; walnuts; shredded cheddar cheeses, parmesan & romano cheeses; and garlic parmesan dressing. With sparkling mineral water. MMMmmm 😋! This has been another presentation of: #MrBookKitchen. Happy reads & happy eats! 😎👌🏻

🎶 : “The Victorian Governess” Spotify playlist

TheSpineView Looks yummy! Yet I have to ask... tater tots?? 3y
MrBook @TheSpineView 😆👏🏻🙌🏻 Enjoying the eternal Arctic weather that is in my freezer. 🥶 3y
Bklover Looks so yummy! Except for the sparkling water. I just can‘t develop a taste for sparkling water. Always reminds me of Alka-Selzer!🥴 3y
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“This is the story of what a Woman‘s patience can endure, and what a Man‘s resolution can achieve.” My husband‘s in Italy, my children are in their rooms, me, wine, fire, a Victorian Gothic novel and my dogs - bliss

Jee_HookedOnBookz Ahh.... Bliss! ❤️ ❤️ 3y
Jee_HookedOnBookz Enjoy! ❤️ 3y
JamieArc If you haven‘t read it, check out the tagged book when you‘re finished. It‘s a good contemporary gothic mystery that references Wilkie Collins a bit. The perfect follow-up to The Woman in White. 3y
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veritysalter @JamieArc Thank you for the tip, adding it to my TBR now. 3y
LeahBergen The heat has driven them from their bed. 😆😆 3y
veritysalter @LeahBergen They spend all evening moving nearer and away from the heat, I tried moving the bed, but they drag it back. 3y
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Kalalalatja
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Pickpick

Finished this purple chunkster in the car (on audio) this morning, and what a ride it has been! Thanks for sending it to me @BarbaraBB 🙌 I loved experiencing the story unfold, and being sucked into the drama and intrigue. I wish Marianne had narrated more of the story, because I loved her voice, and some of the male characters got a bit too sexist (I know it is a product of its time, but it is annoying to read, still).

#PublicDomain #Booked2019

Cinfhen Woohoo 🙌🏻 💜 3y
ephemeralwaltz Love the photo! 3y
jillrhudy One of my very very favorites 3y
ferskner I think that's something Collins is commenting on - men telling women's stories for them. At least that's how I read it, since he was pretty ahead of his time as a feminist. It adds an amazing layer to an already incredible book! 3y
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MrBook
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#BookNDinner! Couldn‘t wait for the broccoli 😂👏🏻. Accompaniment this cool and comfortable evening: NY strip steak with mushrooms, baked potato, rolls, and Guinness. MMMmmmm 😋! Happy reads & happy eats! 😎👌🏻

TheSpineView Looks yummy! Diner? 3y
CoffeeAndABook Bon appetite!! Looks scrumptious 😋 3y
Rachel.Rencher That looks like Texas Roadhouse... suddenly I'm craving fried pickles 😋🍽 3y
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MrBook
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#BookNDessert! What does a #TATERTOT(!!!)-loving, ice cream-indulging fellow like myself do? Tater tots to accompany dinner, and ice cream for dessert. Specifically, an Arctic swirl of twist soft-serve packed with Reese‘s peanut butter cups chunks. MMMmmm 😋! Happy reads & happy eats! 😎👌🏻

alisiakae Yum! 3y
BookNAround Yum!!! 3y
Bookwormjillk That looks amazing 3y
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Kalalalatja
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My #audiorun was full of autumnal splendor today 😍

Sleepswithbooks Loooove this!!!! 3y
JennyM Beautiful 😊 3y
kspenmoll So pretty! 3y
Avanders Beautiful! ♥️ 3y
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Kalalalatja
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After a 5km #audiowalk I prepared breakfast for the next week - home made granola for my bf, and baked oatmeal porridge with blueberries and hazelnuts 👌

I‘m really enjoying the book so far, and it has been a perfect companion for my afternoon activities today 🙌

#currentlyreading

JulietReads Wow... I had stale pizza for breakfast....😧 3y
ephemeralwaltz Yummy!! Everything looks amazing. 3y
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Kalalalatja
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My October goal is to tackle this seasonally appropriate beast, gifted to me by @BarbaraBB 💜

#Currentlyreading

Sace I love that cover! 3y
erzascarletbookgasm I love this book, and what a pretty cover you have! 💜 3y
BarbaraBB I hope you will enjoy it! 🖤 3y
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batsy It's a good one! 3y
Liatrek This has been on my TBR forever. I love this cover 😊 3y
Tamra I loved this story! 3y
Jess What a beautiful copy. I just started this on audio. It is 25 hours but great so far. 3y
ferskner I love this book so much! I hope you do too. 3y
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hes7
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“On a lonely moonlit road, a young drawing teacher meets a mysterious woman, dressed all in white, only to be struck by her eerie resemblance to his pupil, the beautiful heiress Laura Fairlie. Who is this #ghost-ly woman in white? And what secret does she hold over Sir Percival Glyde, Laura‘s sinister fiancé?” #screamathonphotochallenge

alisiakae 👻👻 3y
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batsy I love this book. That's a lovely edition. 3y
alisiakae 👻👻 3y
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