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Perfume: The Story of a Murderer | Patrick Suskind
Patrick Sskind's Perfume is a classic novel of death and sensuality in Paris, published as a Penguin Essential for the first time. 'In eighteenth-century France there lived a man who was one of the most gifted and abominable personages in an era that knew no lack of gifted and abominable personages. His name was Jean-Baptiste Grenouille, and if his name has been forgotten today, it is certainly not because Grenouille fell short of those more famous blackguards when it came to arrogance, misanthropy, immorality, or, more succinctly, wickedness, but because his gifts and his sole ambition were restricted to a domain that leaves no traces in history: to the fleeting realm of scent . . .''An astonishing tour de force both in concept and execution' Guardian'A fantastic tale of murder and twisted eroticism controlled by a disgusted loathing of humanity ... Clever, stylish, absorbing and well worth reading' Literary Review'A meditation on the nature of death, desire and decay ... a remarkable dbut' Peter Ackroyd, The New York Times Book Review'Unlike anything else one has read. A phenomenon ... Everyone seems to want to get a whiff of this strange perfume, which will remain unique in contemporary literature' Figaro'An ingenious and totally absorbing fantasy' Daily Telegraph'Witty, stylish and ferociously absorbing' Observer
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Ms_T
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My husband, unwittingly but rather fortuitously, has perfectly paired my wedding anniversary gift with my current read! ❤️

TrishB He‘s a clever one 👍🏻 happy anniversary 🎉🎉 3d
Cathythoughts Oh you lucky duck ! Chanel perfume ♥️lovely ! Happy Anniversary X 3d
Ddzmini Happy anniversary 🎉🎊🍾🥳📖😋 3d
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squirrelbrain He‘s a good boy! 😁 Happy Anniversary! ❤️ 3d
Mynameisacolour Happy Anniversary!! 3d
Ms_T @TrishB @Cathythoughts @Ddzmini @squirrelbrain Thank you, ladies! He did very well 😃 3d
Ms_T @Mynameisacolour Thank you! 3d
Lcsmcat Happy Anniversary ! 🍾🥂 3d
mrp27 Happy Anniversary!! 🍾🎊 3d
batsy Lovely! Happy anniversary 💞 3d
Ms_T @Lcsmcat @mrp27 @batsy Thank you! 😃 3d
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Snowphie
Mehso-so

After finally finishing the book (every time I sat down to read it I ended up falling asleep) I still can't make up my mind. The character of Grenouille is strange, confusing, disgusting and horrible. He is an orphan but he is evil, for me he wasn't a character that I could like or understand why he was doing what he was doing. I am not sure whether I enjoyed the book or not...not sure I will ever make my mind up about it

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KimM
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Vacation read ☀️ Lake Como, Italy

AmyG Beautiful. Enjoy! 2mo
Tamra Such a great novel! 2mo
WriterReaderTrainer I want to hear about your trip! 4w
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Blueberry
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Panpan

The movie was as creepy as the book but the book was more interesting. #moviebookclub

@Jb72

DivineDiana The book was creepy enough for me! No desire to look further. 😳 3mo
wanderinglynn Alan Rickman! ❤️ 3mo
WhatWouldJaneDo Love both of them! 3mo
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Blueberry @WhatWouldJaneDo My friend do too. 3mo
Blueberry @wanderinglynn yeah, there was that. I love him also. 3mo
SamHeartCoffee Love Alan Rickman too! 3mo
jb72 LOL it is so weird and creepy! So glad you finished it. I was creeped out to the max with some of the movie scenes. The whole living in a cave was complete off the rails. And the ending?!?!? What in the world?!?! 3mo
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Blueberry
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#TGIF I've had a hell of a week. Nothing this weekend but reading, well except for the Macbeth play and the jams, jellies and marmalade canning workshop.

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Blueberry
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Currently reading

jb72 Yeah I read that a bit ago....🤔 4mo
Blueberry @Jb72 do you remember if you liked it? I find it a little weird. 4mo
jb72 @Blueberry oh I remember...didn‘t want to say too much. Very weird for sure. 😬 4mo
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Blueberry @jb72 unfortunately I'm reading it for a movie bookclub. Maybe the movie will be better (fingers crossed). 4mo
jb72 @Blueberry I‘ll be interested in what you think of the book and the movie. I read the book and watched the movie. I picked it out for a country read challenge. Keep me posted. 4mo
Blueberry @Jb72 will do 4mo
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AudreyMorris
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I don‘t usually read thrillers, which this is, essentially. But it‘s so fascinating—a character with “a perfect sense of smell” who becomes a perfumer do he can learn to make smells and affect people‘s behavior. Also, murder. #1001books

Tamra Such a strangely fascinating little novel! 4mo
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ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled
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Loved it!
Deliciously dark with just a hint of magical realism. Our main character can develop complicated scents to bend others to his will. Beautiful French villages, pungent odors, and lots of murder. Loved it.

Tanisha_A Beautiful French villages is enticing enough! Stacking it. 5mo
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ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled
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Gettin‘ cozy . . . Have heard good things about this book!

Theaelizabet Loved this one. So different. Enjoy! (edited) 5mo
Tamra Love Suskind! 5mo
Cathythoughts Looking very cosy indeed ♥️👍🏻 5mo
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mreads Great pants/ pjs 👍 5mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled @Theaelizabet @tamra Im already really into it! I think I saw the film years ago but don‘t remember much (which is good!) 5mo
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled @mreads Thanks! They‘re my favorites 👍💀 5mo
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Madison91
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Mehso-so

3 stars. I can appreciate the beautiful writing, and the way you constantly change your emotions toward the protagonist, but for me it didn‘t live up the hype. Amazing if your into hearing detailed descriptions of different scents

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kristilabrie
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Finally getting in on this thrilling little work...

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Lel2403
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I read this years ago, but it‘s one of those that stayed with me....creepy yet fascinating at the same time....

Only 99p too at the moment for kindle.....if you‘re interested...here‘s the link (UK)

https://amzn.to/2XjVJuk

WhatWouldJaneDo This one has stayed with me for years as well. I read it more than 10 years ago when I was studying in London. I didn't just read it on the tube, I'd read while walking through the station because I couldn't put it down. Even my nerdy lit major friends teased me for that one! 6mo
Pricel101 Agreed @WhatWouldJaneDo I can still “smell” scenes from the book! So creepy! (edited) 6mo
Lel2403 @WhatWouldJaneDo I think you either love it or hate it.....I loved it lol 6mo
Lel2403 @Pricel101 I know just what you mean 😧 6mo
Pricel101 @Lel2403 it was unique, original and horrifying all at once!! 🙊🙈 (edited) 6mo
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Ms_T
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This book has been on my TBR for ages and I have it in paperback but find physical books awkward to read. According to Kindle this is the first time it‘s been available as an ebook and, as an added bonus, it‘s #99pOnKindle today 😃

#Purchased

SailorMoon So I'm not the only one who prefers e-books to the physical copies! I have always read paper books, but some editions are made with particular papers that give me goose bumps when I hold them! 😰 6mo
Ms_T @SailorMoon I prefer the convenience of ebooks. I have the Kindle app on my phone and always have my phone, and therefore all my books, with me 😃 6mo
SailorMoon The convenience is definitely another reason why I live them! Plus, I can make the letters bigger or smaller anytime I need, so I don't have troubles reading! 6mo
Tamra I hope you like it - it‘s creepy, dark, & disturbing. 😊 I did! 6mo
Ms_T @Tamra Sounds like it‘s just my cup of tea! 6mo
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mirellalella86
Il profumo | Patrick Suskind
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4/5

mirellalella86 Lunedì lo spedisco via ufficio postale. 6mo
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mirellalella86
Il profumo | Patrick Suskind
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mirellalella86
Il profumo | Patrick Suskind
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Proverò a leggerne ancora 50 . Domani si finisce... buonanotte ❣😷🤧☕📚❣xx

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mirellalella86
Il profumo | Patrick Suskind
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Raffreddata, a letto mentre sto leggendo "Il profumo" di Süskind. Tanti fazzolettini intorno. Viva la vita!????x

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TheFunkyBookworm
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For fans of the tagged book there is a series on Netflix called Perfume that is based on the same themes as the book. German and dark and perfect for the post Christmas blues lol

Naj Thanks for the heads up! I loved another German series on Netflix - 'Dark'. This seems similar. 8mo
TheFunkyBookworm @Naj yes! I watched the first season of that one and loved it but felt like I needed an FBI style white board to keep up with all the storylines! Lol this one is much easier to follow! 8mo
Naj @TheFunkyBookworm Lol, yes. There were episodes that made my brain hurt with all the back and forth between time and keeping track of who was who in which timeline. Glad to know this one is simpler. Will definitely check it out. 8mo
CindyMyLifeIsLit This book has been on my tbr for quite awhile, so I will definitely check this series out. We watched the first season of Dark and really enjoyed it. 8mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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Oh, I didn‘t know this. Better start reading the book!

https://www.denofgeek.com/uk/tv/perfume/61972/netflix-series-trailer-cast-story-...

Ruthiella I thought the book took place in the 18th century? It‘s been a very long time since I read it. 8mo
erzascarletbookgasm @Ruthiella it‘s loosely based on the book, it seems. 8mo
Leftcoastzen That‘s why I‘m worried . I loved the book and felt the time period had much to do with that. 8mo
batsy I think it's a key element too, @Leftcoastzen . I'm troubled by the setting change! Definitely read the book, @erzascarletbookgasm! 👍🏽 8mo
Tamra The book is fantastic! 8mo
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callielafleur
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The writing was gorgeous, but the plot flitted around quite a bit. The story of a murderer, but with very little murder until close to the end. However, if you ever want to read about the painstaking process to extract essential oils from plants, this book is for you.

callielafleur
I am taking serious liberties with this, but I would love to count it for the "MC with an invisible illness" category in #Booked2018 - Grenouille is born without scent of his own (making him seen invisible to others), and has an extremely heightened sense of smell himself. What do you think, @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage ? ?
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Cinfhen If it works for you, it works for me!!!! 8mo
4thhouseontheleft Ditto what @cinfhen said! 8mo
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Adam86uk
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Excellent. Dark, gothic, unique fantasy story about a murderous misanthrope with a gifted sense of smell. I can't think of any other books that are remotely similar to this. 5 stars.

AlaSkaat I really liked this one. It might have only been the edition I had but it had so many goddamn mistakes it nearly put me off. Such a strange book, fitted nicely with my strange mind😐 9mo
Adam86uk @OleAnder You didn't have an ebook version did you? I quite often find mistakes with them. It is definitely one of the strangest things I've ever read haha. Fun fact: It was Kurt Cobain's favourite book. 9mo
AlaSkaat @Adam86uk No, it was a physical copy which made it worse! Oh, Scentless Apprentice! I forgot about that actually 9mo
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Adam86uk @OleAnder Oh, that's no good! Yeah that's it, the book is better than the song admittedly 😂 9mo
AlaSkaat @Adam86uk The book is always better!! Haha 9mo
Adam86uk @OleAnder Never judge a book by its movie... or song in this case 🤣 9mo
AlaSkaat @Adam86uk Never judge a book at all if you've not read it! Hahah 9mo
TheBookStacker I heard they‘re making it into a tv series 9mo
Adam86uk @TheBookStacker Really? I'd watch that! I've actually just remembered that it was also a film, I haven't seen it but apparently it's quite good. 9mo
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callielafleur

Although dead in her heart since childhood, Madame unfortunately lived to be very, very old.

ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled Bumping this up the TBR! 9mo
juliegumdrop One of my favorite books. Even the movie is pretty good. 9mo
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Leftcoastzen
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📖Perfume
✍️Thomas Pynchon
🎬Pulp Fiction
📺Parenthood ❤️
🍕Pizza
#manicmonday #letterP

JoScho 🧡💜🧡 10mo
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jb72
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Pickpick

This is a very disturbing story.

DivineDiana That it is!😬 9mo
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rachaich
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Pickpick

Blimey!
This was great! A journey through the oddest character ever! And the ending - didn't see that coming!

Tamra It‘s a good one! 11mo
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rachaich
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Picked up in a phone box library on the summer.
It's a very well read copy which makes me feel happy 😊

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LitandLeisure
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Day 28: Perfume by Patrick Süskind; if you share my penchant for the dark, a story of a murderer with a remarkable sense of smell - to him, a person's smell is as unique as a fingerprint; not for the faint of heart #31Books #BooksIRecommend

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ericas
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The story of the young Grenouille who is only able to express himself through the dictionary of scents and the alphabet of perfume. Any words not referring to a smell wasn't understandable for him. Abstract words like moral, justice, responsibility, thankfulness were only enigmatic concepts. Wonderfully written.

overtheedge I loved this book! 12mo
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readingjedi
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Non-bookish post alert!

I treated myself to this long desired perfume today. I have always adored and been fascinated by fragrance. The top note of this one is black coffee - it's like it was made for me!

I may be dressed in washed up rags but I smell amazing!!

Plus I paid for it on my Boots points so it was (kind of) free!

Velvetfur Oohhh I like that one! Good for you, perfume can lift the senses like nothing else, you will smile every time you catch the scent on yourself 😀 I love that tagged book too, one of my favourites 😊 12mo
BrittanyReads Love that scent! That and Flowerbomb are favorites! 12mo
Kappadeemom Yes! It smells so good!! 12mo
Kaylark This is my favorite too! 12mo
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KimM
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Wow! What an amazing box @scripturient ! I can‘t wait to dig in to everything. It‘s all so well thought out and generous. Thanks so much! #hs #hometownswap

MicrobeMom Looks awesome! Thanks for participating! 13mo
Tamra Perfume is excellent! 13mo
scripturient Glad you like it. 😁 13mo
readinginthedark What a great collection of goodies! 13mo
KimM Just got a chance to look at both of these books and they look really good. Right up my alley. Great choices! And I love the Ruhrpott book and mug ❤️ thanks again @scripturient 13mo
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collegecatlady
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Thank so much @MicrobeMom for the #jb #jbswap book! I‘ve never heard of this book but it sounds right up my alley!

Kaye Oh boy ! I‘ve heard good things about this one but never read it. I hope you like it. 😊 14mo
TheWildCard This book is very good. I really like it. It‘s creepy as heck and very well written. If you‘re interested, they did a very good job with the movie adaptation, too. I was pleasantly surprised. 14mo
Leftcoastzen It is awesome! 14mo
MicrobeMom I really hope you enjoy. I saw you were into horror and I loves this one! Happy reading! 14mo
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hilded
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Mehso-so

What a weird book! Really not sure what was going on there 🤔 For sure very creative, and not like anything I read before. But my overall reading experience is sort of left with a smelly aftertaste 😷

#1001books #audiobooks

AshleyHoss820 YES!! It‘s so weird! 😂😂 14mo
hilded Indeed!! @AshleyHoss820 😂 14mo
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Crowcrumbs
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Pickpick

Weirdly wonderful. Like a morbid fairy tale set in 18th century France.

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Looooove this movie. Still need to read it. 14mo
Crowcrumbs @TobeyTheScavengerMonk I now how the opposite problem. 😂 The book was badass (!) and now I really want to track down the movie. 13mo
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Crowcrumbs
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Kurt Cobain said in an interview this book inspired him and some of his music. Should be a weird summer read!

britt_brooke Interesting! 14mo
JackOBotts Enjoy! A colleague recommended this to me a while back, and I really dug it! 👍🏼 14mo
readordierachel That's a fun fact! I just picked up a used copy of this not too long ago, now I'm stoked. 14mo
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overtheedge
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In 1738 Jean Baptiste Grenouille is born in Paris to impossible circumstances and a grim future. He eventually is sold as a laborer to the owner of a perfumery, Monsieur Grimal. Grenouille obsession with scents and smells starts him on an uncontrollable obsession with owning these scents. He becomes monstrous and cruel in his murderous calculations.
There are a lot of lengthy descriptions that slow the story down, but it is a really good story.

readordierachel Oh good! I just got a used copy of this the other day. 1y
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overtheedge
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I've been looking at this one for awhile.....finally gonna read it....
Would you call this a classic? I am torn....

TheFunkyBookworm I don‘t know that it‘s a classic, but it sure is bizarre in a darkly fascinating sort of way! I liked this one! 1y
thegreensofa I‘ve read Perfume and I loved it! Couldn‘t put it down lol I was constantly late every time I had to be somewhere! 😃✔️✔️ 1y
Tonton Loved it! 1y
arubabookwoman I wouldn‘t say classic, but I believe it‘s on the 1001 list. It‘s very good. 1y
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balletbookworm
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#riotgrams Day 4 - Travels & Adventures! When I visited Vienna with my parents in 2007 I made sure to leave room in my suitcase to bring back some German language books, specifically ones originally published IN German, like Patrick Süskind‘s creepy historical fiction, published in the US as Perfume. #books @bookriot

thewallflower0707 Uh I had to read Das Perfüm in my school! It was surprisingly entertaining. 1y
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Weaponxgirl
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#riotgrams #favouritetitle I used the house of the spirits the other day so thought I'd better use a different title. This book is ridiculous and I loved it for it. The ending had me laughing and gawking at the book all Googly eyed.

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mauveandrosysky
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This exquisitely written novel is almost obscenely descriptive: you can practically smell every word of it. The build-up is slower than I would have liked, but the denouement is so deliciously weird and depraved that it‘s mostly worth it. If I were to describe to you the surreal ending, you would definitely side-eye me, but somehow it all works (if you‘re into that kind of thing). A bizarre, wicked, amoral and deeply nihilistic book.

CouronneDhiver Great review! 👍🏽 1y
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TheFunkyBookworm
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So at last night‘s Book Club meeting about “Perfume: The Story of a Murderer”, one of the girls brought up this interesting bit of trivia!
The group consensus was that this book was pretty dark and bizarre- but since it was my pick, I‘m happy to report that everyone enjoyed it- phew!
🎶 📖

mcipher I remember reading that fact years ago when I was Nirvana-obsessed... and now I‘m not sure why I haven‘t read this book yet! 1y
jb72 I had no idea the book had such an influence on him. I‘m just starting the book today. 10mo
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LibraryCin
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WTF was that ending!? Despite how slow-moving the book was, with a TON of description (slow-moving and lots of description is not usually my thing), I was ready to rate this 3 stars (ok) or possibly even 3.5 stars (good), but if I was the kind of person to throw a book across the room (I‘ve never done it), this is the book I would have thrown due to the ending! WTF was that!? Cont in comments...

LibraryCin Other than the end, I surprised myself by not skimming and being completely bored by all the description of the scents and such. But, seriously!? What a ridiculous ending! Oh, the title is a bit misleading; well, there are murders, but they are almost all within a very short interval close to the end of the book. I‘m giving it the extra .25 star for somehow managing to keep my interest despite all the description and nothing happening 1y
CoffeeNBooks I started this book, but it was one of the very few books that I just really lost interest in and never finished. 1y
booklover3258 Yea i couldnt finish it. Way boring for me 1y
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TheFunkyBookworm
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Pickpick

Oh man, this book was pretty dark, disturbing and grotesque- but the writing was beautiful! Such a strange juxtaposition between the style of writing and the actual story. I did enjoy it but I would definitely hesitate to recommend it to just anyone for fear of being judged lol Read at your own risk!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty cover!!! ❤️🖤 1y
ptkpepe98 Sounds delightful! 1y
Redwritinghood I saw the movie based on this book. It was pretty dark, too. May have to read the book as well. 1y
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TheFunkyBookworm @Redwritinghood I‘m definitely looking forward to seeing the movie! It will be interesting to see how it compares to the book bc it was so heavily dependent on the description of various “smells”- curious to see how they convey that through the screen! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @ptkpepe98 I hope my Bookclub thinks the same- this was my pick for this month 😂 definitely an acquired taste! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks isn‘t this gorgeous? The one I read had a different cover but I found this one on google and I love it! 😍 1y
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TheFunkyBookworm
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Imagine reading a book that is based solely on the premise of scent, but having a horrific cold and not being able to smell anything yourself! This is almost as maddening as sitting next to a mouth breather (according to my husband). 🤷‍♀️
What an odd, captivating little book this is...However, I recommend saving it til your olfactory glands are functioning at top capacity 👃🏽👌🏽😂

LiteraryinLititz Oh no! Feel better soon! 1y
tammysue I hope you feel better soon! 💞 1y
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CoffeeNBooks I started this book awhile back, but never finished it... I'll be interested in your review of it, whether I should pick it back up again and finish it. 1y
Swe_Eva I loved that one when I read it about a million years ago. It‘s on my to-reread list. Hope you feel better soon and can smell the text again. 😂 1y
gadosiahe I watched the movie based on this years and years sho in college, not knowing it was a book! It's been on my to read list since I found out about it. I hope you feel better soon! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @CoffeeNBooks I‘m about half way through and really enjoying it so far- i don‘t think I‘ve ever read anything like it! I will def post my final thoughts when done! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @Swe_Eva haha thanks! Yes, so far I‘m loving it! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @gadosiahe I‘ve watched the trailer and I‘m dying to see the movie as soon as I finish the book! I hear it holds up pretty well compared to the novel 🤞🏽 1y
gadosiahe @TheFunkyBookworm to be honest, I mostly remember how attractive the actor was...which led to a very confused message, considering what he does! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @gadosiahe interesting! In the book he is described as being grotesque! 1y
gadosiahe @TheFunkyBookworm they got that part wrong, then; it's Ben Whishaw! 1y
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TheFunkyBookworm
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Why yes! I do love a good side of murder with my breakfast! 📖 🔪☕️

jamie_in_the_library I‘ve been wanting to read that for ages! How are you liking it? 1y
JennAndrew I love this book! It‘s so evocative and strange and beautiful. Enjoy! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @jamie_in_the_library I‘ve just started reading and then got distracted by Litsy so I can‘t quite say just yet haha I picked it for my book club so I‘m praying it‘s a good one! 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @JennAndrew love that- thanks!!! 1y
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LaLecture
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Mehso-so

It‘s really fascinating how much the author knows about perfume making and how he describes even small details in a way that you feel like you‘re experiencing all this yourself. Grenouille might be one of the most fascinating protagonists in literature and I love the irony with which all the characters are described. Sadly the story drags a lot very often.

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TheFunkyBookworm
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Some beautiful spring hydrangeas paired with my current TBR stack. “Perfume” and “Jodi Arias” are Bookclub picks and I have to wait for closer to the meeting to start them so I won‘t forget 🤦‍♀️ Not sure what to start in the meantime!
#friyayintro @jesshowbooks

BookaholicNatty Love the hydrangeas!!!!!! 🌸💐🌺 1y
TheFunkyBookworm @BookaholicNatty thanks! They are gorgeous and last forever 😍 1y
LiteraryinLititz Far From the Tree was awesome! The 57 Bus was too, though a very different style (it reads more like nonfiction). 1y
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misslala
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Heard great things about Perfume! Here we go.

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