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Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope | Nicholas D. Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn
The Pulitzer Prize-winning authors of the acclaimed, best-selling Half the Sky now issue a plea--deeply personal and told through the lives of real Americans--to address the crisis in working-class America, while focusing on solutions to mend a half century of governmental failure. With stark poignancy and political dispassion, Tightrope draws us deep into an "other America." The authors tell this story, in part, through the lives of some of the children with whom Kristof grew up, in rural Yamhill, Oregon, an area that prospered for much of the twentieth century but has been devastated in the last few decades as blue collar jobs disappeared. About one-quarter of these children died in adulthood from drugs, alcohol, suicide, or reckless accidents. And while these particular stories unfolded in one corner of the country, they are representative of many places the authors write about, ranging from the Dakotas and Oklahoma to New York and Virginia. But here too are stories about resurgence, among them: Annette Dove, who has devoted her life to helping the teenagers of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, as they navigate the chaotic reality of growing up poor; Daniel McDowell, of Baltimore, whose tale of opioid addiction and recovery suggests that there are viable ways to solve our nation's drug epidemic. Altogether, there emerges a picture of working-class families needlessly but profoundly damaged as a result of decades of policy mistakes. With their superb, nuanced reportage, Kristof and WuDunn have given us a book that is both riveting and impossible to ignore.
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marleed
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It‘s hard to discuss poverty in America without devolving to partisan politics, but this books does a compassionate job in its effort by portraying stories from the author‘s hometown and across America. So much American poverty is so unnecessary, we give too much power to big business and fail to respect, protect, educate our finest natural resource - our people, including those in poverty.

Jennifer3 Thanks for the review! As a social worker your thoughts resonate with me. 2w
marleed @Jennifer3 Oh thank you - and thanks for what you do. I thought this was a very good and important book. 2w
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Scochrane26
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Listened to this book during the past week. I liked the stories of Yamhill people & information about different programs that are working to reduce addiction & poverty. Overall, the book just wasn‘t that informative for me. I‘ve worked in low-income areas, heard many stories like the families in the book, & read other books about the subject. For people who aren‘t as familiar with this topic, I would recommend it.

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sprainedbrain
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I love these authors. The subject matter is painful, infuriating, depressing… I‘m legitimately in such a bad place with respect to hope for my country that I had a hard time finding hope here, but that‘s not the fault of the book.

An honest, eyes-wide-open look at poverty in America.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

JGadz11 I loved Half the Sky. Curious to read through their lens on the US!🙏🏼 5mo
sprainedbrain @JGadz11 Half the Sky is incredible, too! ❤️ 5mo
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joeijune0619
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I loved the book so much. I instantly thought that this is it, this is the book im gonna enjoy so much when i found the book. The wants for better America and needs for early education and social/ community support is well written by both authors. They are strong and clear based on their intense and deep understanding of the community and research. This is the “Must read”! #finished #tightrope #kristof #america

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A crushing look at poverty in America and the balancing act children have to perform in order to be successful if they are born into a lower income family. Most don‘t make it across the tightrope.

This was written with more true stories than statistics, although it does also have enough hard facts, making it easy to digest.

@TheBookHippie I‘m pretty sure I heard about this from you, so thank you! Great read!

TheBookHippie Yup 🤍🤍I tell everyone to read it!!! It‘s soooo good. I‘ve followed the author for decades in newspapers -he is so very good at writing the human condition. (edited) 2y
Hooked_on_books If you haven‘t read their book Half the Sky, you must—it‘s SO good. I really believe in these authors. 2y
mcctrish It‘s awkward to say I enjoyed this book, listening to Jennifer Garner was the enjoyable part. The narrative is well told with facts and true stories explaining the tightrope kids walk and what the hell has happened to a group of people in the US 2y
Soubhiville @Hooked_on_books I used to have a copy of that one, but don‘t seem to anymore. Putting it on my library list now! 2y
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This.

GingerAntics 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
SamAnne Amen to that. 2y
Soubhiville I‘m starting this book today. 😊 2y
TheBookHippie @Soubhiville it‘s so good. 2y
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mcctrish
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Truthfully I only heard about this book because I follow Jennifer Garner on IG and someone congratulated her on her excellent job reading the audio. I love Jennifer Garner so I checked this out through Libby. Holy Crap! This book has made me cry angry frustrated tears and I‘m Canadian. It‘s an excellent follow up to Caste/ Educated / Hillbilly Elegy. It ends with an appendix of 10 things to do to bring change.

ShelleyBooksie This one sounds like a real hard hitter 2y
mcctrish @ShelleyBooksie it is a lot to process 2y
Copwithabook This is a good one that follows some of the same information if you want to continue adding to your knowledge in this subject 2y
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mcctrish
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Doodling some drawing ideas to use in art class in March and listening to this heartbreaking book. So much work to be done 😢😢😢

Tamra So adorable! 2y
kaleidoscope.reader I love it♥️💗 2y
mcctrish Thank you @Tamra I am trying to figure out what materials we might use ( maybe do in pencil crayons for the fine details - I used water colour pencil crayons and then do a garden background with chalk or oil pastels ) 2y
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Tamra @mcctrish do you video and post your sessions? My daughter loves art projects and the local community art studio here posts a a video on Fridays for kids/anyone to do. She likes it and so I thought if you did that as well she could check it out! 2y
mcctrish @Tamra no i don‘t make videos, I use these lessons when I substitute teach ( gives the teachers a bit of a break when they have me in ) 2y
Tamra @mcctrish lucky kids & teachers! 2y
Come-read-with-me This is wonderful! 2y
mcctrish Oh thank you @Come-read-with-me 2y
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mcctrish
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Read by Jennifer Garner

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In this illuminating book, Kristof returns to his hometown, rural Yamhill, Oregon, to explore the pitfalls of poverty, addiction and despair that have ravaged the lives of his childhood friends. These personal stories reflect alarming national trends and highlight the human toll of America's statistical decline relative to other developed countries. Kristof and his wife and fellow author Sheryl WuDunn, conclude with ideas and a modicum of hope.

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Sobering yet hopeful, Tightrope discusses living in poverty in the US and how disastrous policy over the last 50 years has largely prevented people from climbing upward. While I do wish it had included a tiny bit more data to be more persuasive to policymakers and skeptics, the personal stories are affecting and will appeal to many readers. I like that this writing team doesn‘t just reveal a problem but offers solutions with examples.

Leftcoastzen 😘🐶 2y
TheAromaofBooks Great review and awesome Bonanza progress!!! 2y
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Chelsea.Poole
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Excellent, eye-opening #nonfiction on the state of America and the uphill battles faced by disadvantaged citizens. I found many chapters illuminating and realized we must do better as a country. Addiction, lack of healthcare, few jobs, + other factors all contribute to increased poverty and poor quality of life. Other topics: lack of resources for children, and prioritizing funds for prisons over intervention programs for crime. ⬇️

Chelsea.Poole These issues are illuminated using real-world examples of individuals' struggles. Many of the accounts are from Yamhill, Oregon, where one of the authors came of age. (edited) 3y
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Chelsea.Poole
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This book! ???? Stressing me out, but so good and eye opening!
Reading in my boys' newly-installed platform swing. It's basically a reading hammock, right? Really enjoying this first "unofficial" day of summer, Memorial Day in the US ?? ?

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WellReadCatLady
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I think it is important to understand the problems america has and are becoming more apparent amidst the pandemic. Not an uplifting read, but helps with empathy and understanding other people.

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Reviewsbylola
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Reading at the (abandoned) lake. 🥰

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GerardtheBookworm
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Examine the growing problem of American poverty in the U S, author Nicholas Kristof looks at the largely ignored population living in impoverished rural areas and how very little we've made in progression post World War 2. With each admimistration, the middle and working class levels keep deterioration leading to a larger number on the lower socioeconomic status and more reliance on welfare programs and government assistance.

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mcbeth528
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If you appreciated the information in Dopesick, Tightrope will do even more for you. With amazing writing and research by Pulitzer Prize winning authors, this book looks at the breakdown of social structure and support in the US. I highly recommend for anyone who wants to really make America great, not just preach it through cutting programs and funding that do the exact opposite.

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Hollie
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Sophie is glad it‘s Friday and hoping her humans can spend some time reading (and petting)! Current read is tagged- I‘m not far in, but find it really engaging so far.

britt_brooke 😻 3y
kspenmoll 😻sweet! 3y
Lcsmcat Cute kitty! 3y
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ladym30 She is adorable!❤️ 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Too cute!! 😽❤️ 3y
Crazeedi Beautiful fur friend ❤🐱❤ 3y
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mcbeth528
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Catching up on my #BOTM reading on vacation. So far so good.

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PNWBookseller85
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This book was so powerful. It focused on poverty in America and the reasons for it and the ways we can ease it. I really encourage everyone to read this one. It‘s so important. Written with so much empathy and compassion.

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Megabooks
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Much of the reporting in this book has been done before. It is not a revelation that early childhood intervention, drug diversion programs, job/financial literacy training, and after school programs help kids, families, and adults.

However, until we make fundamental, bipartisan structural change to make these and other programs available to all Americans, we need to keep this in the public eye.

A well written, if a bit imperfect book. 4⭐️ #BOTM

Cinfhen Sounds like a decent read but not one I need to jump right into. Hoping to read in March with @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Reviewsbylola 🤓 3y
Megabooks @Cinfhen it is a good read. I look forward to seeing what you think! Sorry I couldn‘t wait. #moodyAF 🤪 3y
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lele1432 Ah! Good to know it's still a pick! I feel better about choosing it now lol. 3y
Megabooks @lele1432 I chose three January ones and this was the best, FWIW. 3y
Reviewsbylola So glad this one ended up being a pick. You had me worried!! 3y
Reviewsbylola Lolol idk what third book you chose for #botm, but this had to be better than Topics. 🤣🤣🤣 3y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola yeah, I though this month was going to be awesome. Spoiler alert: it wasn‘t! I also got this, which was a so-so. I should‘ve gone with the St. James! (edited) 3y
Reviewsbylola @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen I think I‘m going to start this one now if you are both up for a buddy read! 3y
Cinfhen I STILL don‘t have my copy @Reviewsbylola 😬😬😬and now that the whole world has shut down I may not be able to read this until 2021 😫 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Reviewsbylola I don‘t think I can swing it this month. I‘m reading a bunch of other heavy books for buddy reads, and this might put me over the edge into 😭. I‘d say you should go ahead if you feel like it‘s time ... 💕 3y
Reviewsbylola I‘ve only read the first few pages but it seems good so far! I‘ll keep you posted! @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen 3y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I‘m curious about your thoughts too. 3y
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Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope | Nicholas D. Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn

“It‘s puzzling that many politicians fear that poor people are trying to milk the system, while they don‘t seem to fear rich people doing the same with more dollars at stake.”

It‘s puzzling to me, too!! 🤯🤯🤯

Cathythoughts ❤️👍🏻 3y
Meaw_catlady People only care about things that affect them personally. It‘s a selfish and evil trait ingrained in humans. Especially in a materialistic society. Less so in society‘s that are community oriented. 3y
Megabooks @Cathythoughts 👍🏻👍🏻 3y
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Megabooks @Meaw_catlady totally agree. 3y
swynn I don't find it puzzling. After all, who's paying for their reelection campaigns? 3y
Megabooks @swynn Freaking Citizens United!! 😡 3y
CarolynM Unfortunately it's not just politicians who have this warped attitude. 3y
Megabooks @CarolynM they talked about that. How people can be worse to their neighbors than CEOs 3y
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Megabooks
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Sorry @Cinfhen @Reviewsbylola @BarbaraTheBibliophage ⬆️☹️

Honestly, I‘m a bit frustrated because the first 60 pages are turning out to be another book about the plight of rural white dudes. And they ASSUME (😒) it‘s the same for blacks, Latinx, and natives(!!) then they talked about how great the Homestead Act was for getting housing. Yes, for WHITES. Wasn‘t so great for natives!! 🤯

I‘m not sure how I feel if this is more whiny white people.

8little_paws I didn't get this from botm, but i had high hopes for it . So I'm sorry to read this. Does it have pictures? 3y
Megabooks Okay, so the next 40 broadened it, which is good! 3y
Megabooks @8little_paws it got better. Not perfect, but better. Yes, it has pictures. 3y
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BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘m glad you did what worked for you! Anxious to hear your thoughts as you read more. 3y
8little_paws @Megabooks i think they're by lynsey addario i really like het. I'll borrow this bill. 3y
8little_paws I mean book 3y
lele1432 Uugghhh I was really looking forward to this one too!! Now wishing I hadn‘t picked it. I was assuming it would have a...broader and more encompassing scope. 😞 3y
Cinfhen I‘m glad you started as my copy is still in Philly and will NEVER be here by February😣you may have to #WalkTheLine alone too @BarbaraTheBibliophage 😘as far as content I‘m happy it‘s improved somewhat but still kind of disappointing #WhinyWhites aren‘t my reading preference 😜 3y
Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage @8little_paws @lele1432 They‘ve opened it up some, but still, they focus more on working class whites. They had one part on a Central America-descendant veteran in Baltimore and a black woman incarcerated in Alabama, but it‘s pretty white. @Cinfhen (edited) 3y
Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen Thanks for understanding. 👍🏻 I‘m enjoying it. No book is perfect. It‘s still sitting at my entry 4⭐️. Nick and Sheryl can write a book after all! 3y
Megabooks @lele1432 they‘re following a lot of people from Nick‘s hometown in rural Oregon, which I get, but it‘s pretty well trod ground at this point. White, rural opiate/meth/poverty epidemic has 15 years of books like this. That said, this is better written than some of the older ones. 3y
Cinfhen I‘m glad to hear it‘s well written / that counts for a lot!! You better write well if you‘re gonna whine 😆 3y
Megabooks @Cinfhen Agreed! If this had been written 10 years ago, it would‘ve been a revelation!! Now it‘s kind of like, uh-huh. Maybe they‘ll have solutions later on. I‘m halfway through. I took a 7 hour nap in the evening. I‘m on Israeli time if anyone asks! 😂😂 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Cinfhen Reading it in February isn‘t set in stone for me. (What reading really ever is?) I‘m feeling overwhelmed by the stuff on my shelf and also some group reads. Plus we will be on vacay for part of the month, which isn‘t always better for my reading. So ... if we move into March, that‘ll probably be fine for me! 3y
Reviewsbylola I‘m glad this ended up being better for you Meg! And I‘m still interested in reading it with you @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage . I don‘t care when, so just lmk! 3y
Cinfhen Ok @Reviewsbylola @BarbaraTheBibliophage that sounds great 👍🏽 and welcome to my timezone @Megabooks 🥰😘 3y
Megabooks @Cinfhen thanks! It‘s what‘s working for me now! 🤷🏻‍♀️😁🥰😘 3y
Cinfhen Hey Steph, @Reviewsbylola are u up for reading Blackwater this week??? 3y
Cinfhen Great @Reviewsbylola I‘ll probably start Monday or Tuesday 😊 3y
Reviewsbylola Ok—I just finished my current book so now I have a hard decision to make. 🤣 @Cinfhen 3y
Cinfhen You can start right away @Reviewsbylola I‘ll start tomorrow 3y
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Looking forward to listening to Jennifer Garner read this to me!

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ValerieAndBooks
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I‘m finally a member of the #BOTM club! Had been thinking of joining for a long time but the referral code @Hollie gave me convinced me to give the club a try! This was my pick.

As a newbie, any tips are appreciated 🤗!

Hooked_on_books If you put more than one book in your box, the default is that you‘ll pay a credit for each book. Credits are $12.99 or more depending on your plan. You can opt instead to pay $9.99 per book. You just have to check the little box to do so. 3y
ValerieAndBooks @Hooked_on_books good to know, I‘ll look for that. So if I opt for the cheaper price for the add-on(s), there is no credit point applied, correct? 3y
Hooked_on_books @ValerieAndBooks Yes, correct. They just bill you for the amount. I usually prefer to do it that way to pay less. 3y
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Hollie
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My #BOTM just arrived! Bookmail makes my heart happy! ♥️

ValerieAndBooks I was looking at their website trying to decide if I wanted to join and I did notice this book. One thing about BOTM is that they do auto charges, right? Is it on the same day (say, the first?) each month? 3y
Hollie @ValerieAndBooks I may be wrong, but I think it‘s every 30 days from when you sign up- mine charges on the 24th. You can skip anytime, though. If you decide to join, here‘s a link where you can join for your first month at $5. https://www.mybotm.com/qcyqjdaenc?show_box=true 3y
ValerieAndBooks Thanks for the link! One other thing I couldn‘t find on the website is whether they charge for s&h and/or tax? 3y
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Hollie @ValerieAndBooks no, they don‘t! 3y
ValerieAndBooks I just joined and ordered this one 😊! Just FYI — I‘ll be billed again at the regular price on the 26th so I think that‘s the day it‘s done every month. Also I did have to pay tax but I think I must be in the same state they ship out. Looking forward to trying it out and thanks for the referral!! 3y
Hollie @ValerieAndBooks I hope you enjoy it. I haven‘t had a chance to browse though it yet, but it sounded good to me! 3y
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#BOTM in the house!

kamoorephoto Hoping mine arrives soon...! 3y
TheBookAddict I miss my subscription! 😢 enjoy! 🙂👍🏽 3y
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Mitch
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10 Books NYT says to watch for in January..... 3 stacked already! Happy New Years Eve!

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/23/books/january-2020-books.html?te=1&nl=books&e...

Cathythoughts Nice one 👍🏻❤️ 3y
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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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Oh boy ... too many good choices this month! I‘m a huge Nicholas Kristof fan, so this was a no-brainer. St. James last book was yummy and this one looks creeptastic! And I‘m a sucker for gory gothic, Victorian mystery. #botm #iregretnothing

Chrissyreadit How does it let you add on current picks? I can only add on past choices. 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Chrissyreadit Dunno exactly. The current month picks are at the top of the page, and I‘ve always been able to add them. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 3y
PSreads73 I think you actually have to add one from current month. 3y
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Cinfhen
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I went for the nonfiction and my free BFF #BOTY contender 💕I am super curious about Topics of Conversation though. Im trying to only use one #BOTM credit a month so we‘ll see how long that lasts.

Megabooks I‘m excited for Tightrope. I looked into the audio and Jennifer Garner is narrating and I‘m not sure I seven hours like her voice, so I pre-ordered this instead and got tightrope from BOTM. 3y
Reviewsbylola Tightrope sounds awesome. Can‘t wait to read it. 3y
Cinfhen That sounds interesting @Megabooks I‘ll be curious to hear your thoughts 3y
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BarbaraTheBibliophage I grabbed Tightrope right up also! @Megabooks @Reviewsbylola Buddy read?? 3y
Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘d be up for it! 3y
Reviewsbylola Totally down for that! @barbarabb @Megabooks 3y
Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘m up. Steph‘s down. Are you in, Cindy?? We need a hashtag. @Reviewsbylola @Cinfhen 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Megabooks Hmmm hashtag ... #tightropetogether ? #kristofkids ? I‘m feeling alliterative tonight. 🤪 3y
Cinfhen I‘m so there but I have NO IDEA when I‘ll be getting my copy @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I‘m hoping by February 😝😝so if you want to #WalkTheLine without me, I‘ll totally understand 😘 3y
BarbaraTheBibliophage I‘m fine with February 3y
Megabooks Cindy, @BarbaraTheBibliophage @Reviewsbylola I‘m fine with February too because I have newyearwhodis in January. 3y
Cinfhen Yay!!! Hopefully I‘ll have the book by February @Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage 3y
Mdargusch I‘m starting This Tender Land today. It sure gets good reviews! 3y
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