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The Project | Courtney Summers
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BeeMagical
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Pickpick

Book 25🎧

Hoooooly Moses…. This was a tense ride! I was continuously on the edge of my seat waiting to see what was going to happen.

In a cult, who can you really trust? Your own sister?😱💔💥

AmandaBlaze Just borrowed the ebook from my library. 5mo
BeeMagical @AmandaBlaze EEK! Enjoy!! 🤯 5mo
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Bkwrm7
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#WeeklyForecast time! The Project is next up in print and then I'll work my way down this stack as far as I can get. On audio, I'm still working on Ace of Spades and The Golden Road. I also have Raybearer and Felix Ever After checked out as ebooks. No way I will get through all of these, but it's a good list to look forward to and I've got Silent Reading Club tomorrow night to give me a boost.
@Cinfhen

Cinfhen Seeing all those library spines makes me happy 😃 I miss my local library 📚 5mo
Cinfhen Enjoy ♥️ 5mo
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OriginalCyn620
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Mehso-so

I did not love this. It was going well until about the last 1/3 of the book, when the MC does something that, to me, wasn‘t believable of her character. Instead, it just seemed like a convenient plot device.

#bookspinbingo
#booked2022 - about a cult or religion
#pop22 - book that fulfills a favorite prompt from a past PS challenge (book by a female author)

Cinfhen Yay!! #DoubleDip 🍦🍦 5mo
4thhouseontheleft Aw, that's too bad you didn't love it, but at least you checked off a few prompts! 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 5mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Ugh. Hate when that happens … yay for checking off prompts, though! 5mo
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OriginalCyn620
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I started this book yesterday for #booked2022 and hope to make good progress on it today.

Thanks @Andrew65 for the fun game and for tagging me! 😊

Wanna play @JessBookNerd @Word_Dragon @Bren912 @MallenNC 🤗

Andrew65 This got a mention in #12Booksof2021 6mo
EmilyM I have this book but haven't read it yet. I loved Sadie. I'll be interested to hear your thoughts! 6mo
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kimmypete1
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Enjoyed this one so much! #12Booksof2021

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AshleyKorinE
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Wow, I did not like this book! So Lo has been on her own, but not really because she has her boss who is super weird with her is her side I guess, but mostly alone. Her sister joined a cult called the Unity Project and Lo spends the whole book trying to out this cult for being a cult. Until the very end where she makes a whole character arc change and I hated it honestly. I don't recommend and this doesn't come close to Sadie which was good.

BookishTrish Yes to all of this 8mo
AshleyKorinE @BookishTrish it just made no sense at the end. Why would someone who‘s been so against it the whole time decide to join when she knows it‘s a cult! Like not even for investigative purposes, just all out join. 8mo
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kissmehardy
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Mehso-so

The plot was compelling, but I just didn't quite connect with the characters. I appreciated that all faith wasn't portrayed as culty, though! #yalit

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Juzupis
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ErraticElle
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Pickpick

A good cult book. Summers created a fantastically creepy atmosphere & I found her characters quite interesting. Lyrical & packed with tidbits of history & emotion, focusing well on the strength of the sisterly bond. The dual timeline is well crafted, createing a lot of twists & turns that make the book incredibly tense in some parts. There were some convenience pieces to the plot and the ending was a bit lackluster, but it was a fun ride.

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vivastory
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Reader,
I hated it.

DGRachel This may be my most favorite review ever. 😂😂 12mo
vivastory @DGRachel It already took up too much energy to read. 😂 12mo
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BarbaraBB Stacked! (Joke 🤣) 12mo
merelybookish Short and to the point! 😅 12mo
Hooked_on_books I hated it, too! 12mo
vivastory @Hooked_on_books It's a shame because I loved Sadie 12mo
Hooked_on_books Me too! 12mo
Reggie She sounds so great on podcasts talking about it but all of you here on Litsy whom I trust have So-so/panned it. 12mo
TheLudicReader I am a huge fan of this author and have read all her books. I was sort of meh about this one, too. I wouldn‘t pan it, necessarily, but it didn‘t pack the emotional gut punch I was expecting. 12mo
vivastory @Reggie Definitely don't waste your time. I'd give her another chance, but there was so much about it that I thoroughly disliked 12mo
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DebbieGrillo
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4. The last book I finished.
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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FantasyChick
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Mehso-so

Meh. I was surprisingly disappointed with this book. I love a good cult story but Summers missed the mark here. I couldn't even tell you what happened in the first half of the book, then when it started getting interesting it turn very predictable, finally ending in a completely anti climactic way.

Enjoyable to listen to but the story didn't do it for me

#bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks
#audiocrafting

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 13mo
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Cortg
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Pickpick

I didn‘t like this one quite as much as Sadie, but I am a sucker for a cult story and thoroughly enjoyed this new thriller.

ShyBookOwl Just started this today. Sadie gutted me (in a good way) 13mo
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kimmypete1
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Pickpick

Loved this!! Gripping, thrilling and chilling.

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Hestapleton
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SADIE gripped me and wrecked me and Summers‘s latest followed in the same vein. I‘m a sucker for a good cult story and I love how well Summers can put together a believable and yet, unresolved, ending. She‘s officially an auto buy author for me. I can‘t remember the last time I devoured a book like this. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #netgalley

rubyslippersreads 😻😻😻 1y
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Eggbeater
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This thriller takes you inside the inner workings of a cult and really shows how a charismatic narcissist is able to exploit people's true vulnerabilities with half truths and platitudes. I think it's a cautionary tale about how we're all susceptible to bullshit at different weak points in our lives. It's was very well done. It made me have more sympathy for people who've been easily hoodwinked by propaganda.

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BookishTrish
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Me while listening to this book thinking “Lo is soooo entitled and whiny”,”Lev is obviously hella evil”, and “someone is acting out of character to serve the plot.” Nope. Still loved Sadie though.

britt_brooke 🙌🏻 Same and same. I hated this, but loved Sadie. 1y
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Godpants
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March Round Up Part 1: I really slacked on posting here but I read a lot this month. Most of these were great except The Girl in the Mirror that I hate finished.

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Lovesbooks87
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I was really bad about posting what I read this weekend. So here are the four books that I read. My favorites were The Project and Yolk.

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Moonprismpower
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Pickpick

A devastatingly sad book about the lengths we go to to find faith and the people who take advantage.

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Moonprismpower
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“ I think of Lev out there, in the water, perfectly still and untouched by the cold and it makes me wonder if that‘s what faith shields you from, if that‘s only one of the things that faith might make possible, and I‘m suddenly, painfully aware of my own teeth chattering, my numb and aching joints, the shivers moving across my skin.”

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Moonprismpower
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“Sometimes when I step inside my place, it feels like a language I‘ve forgotten how to speak and the days I feel that way are the days I most remember what it was like to have a home and a family - and what it means to not have those things anymore. “

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theokiereader
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Mehso-so

I felt like I wanted more from this book. What were the backstories of each character? What was up with Casey? What was it about Lev that made Bea abandon Lo? It was a good premise, but the storyline fell flat for me.

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tracey38
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I haven't done a lot of reading this weekend but did finish this one. I am still unsure of my final reaction to it but it did keep me reading. I did want to know if the Project was really a cult. Was it good or bad? Was Lev really good or bad? Where was Bea? Would Lo ever reunite with her? I did enjoy reading it overall but had a few issues. Still a pretty intriguing story.

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AUDIOBOOKINGWITHLEAH
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Overall Rating 3½⭐ | Narration 😀 = Good

Cults, mind manipulation, coerced religion this has that...and yet…this story lacked something, it sort of felt cobbled together and someone forgot the glue to hold the story together. Basically, I didn‘t always have a clear picture of what was going on. Plus, once you get at the truth of the Unity Project, it all feels too insane to ever be believed. The cover is amazing, though!

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candority
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Mehso-so

I love books about cults and have enjoyed the author‘s previous books, so I was so excited for this one. Unfortunately, it didn‘t work for me. It didn‘t lean into the cult aspect enough for my taste (while simultaneously being heavy handed with religion), moved too slowly in parts, and had some pretty unbelievable events in the second half that really lowered my enjoyment of the book. I didn‘t particularly like Lo and wish she was stronger. 2.5⭐️

TheLudicReader I agree. I gave it a pick because I love Summers in general, but I didn‘t love this book either. Not enough cult. It felt top heavy to me. No emotional centre or something. 1y
candority @TheLudicReader Normally, I would give anything lower than 3 stars a pan, so I totally understand rounding up on Litsy for this book/author. I agree with your thoughts! Hopefully we enjoy her next book more! 1y
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TheLudicReader
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I am a huge fan of this Canadian writer, and while I did enjoy this book, it didn‘t pack the same emotional punch as her last book, Sadie. Lo is looking for her sister, Bea, who disappeared into a cult after their parents were killed in the car accident that Lo herself barely survived. The cult parts were well done and it was certainly easy to turn the pages.

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Hooked_on_books
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Panpan

This book starts strong, toggling between 2 sisters in the aftermath of a fatal crash leaving one fighting for her life and the other seduced by a cult. I thought it was quite good until about halfway through, when one character makes a choice that isn‘t believable, but upon which the whole plot hinges. And from there the book doesn‘t work at all. I think if this was reworked, it could be terrific.

Megabooks Sorry you didn‘t like it. 1y
Hooked_on_books @Megabooks The issue for me is that I just didn‘t buy Lo falling into the cult. It‘s as though she went from skeptic to acolyte at the flick of a switch. And she fell back out of it just as quickly. If those parts had been more developed, I would have loved this, but without that, it kind of took out the whole second half of the book. 1y
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candority
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I went for a lovely audio-snowshoe this morning. I am visiting my parents for a few days, as some COVID restrictions have lifted here and I haven‘t seen them in months. It‘s nice to be home and surrounded by nature for a bit. I started the tagged audiobook and I am intrigued so far! #dogsoflitsy #audiowalk

Crazeedi You puppy is gorgeous! I bet he had a great run! 1y
candority @Crazeedi Thank you! He did! He loves being in the snow 🐶❄️ 1y
MsMelissa What a lovely way to spend your morning. Great photo! 1y
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Tamra That‘s the way to spend a snowy day! 1y
Reggie I think I‘ve read too much horror and seen too many scary movies to really appreciate how awesome this pic is. But it is awesome. 😉 1y
Cathythoughts So beautiful ❄️ 1y
Crazeedi @candority this is our chocolate lab's favorite weather! 1y
candority @MsMelissa @Tamra It‘s my favourite way! ❄️ 1y
candority @Cathythoughts Thank you! 💖 1y
candority @Reggie Ahaha if it was closer to dark, I could join you in the unease. Lots of coyotes and the occasional wolf out there! Thank you though! 😊 1y
britt_brooke Gorgeous!! 1y
candority @britt_brooke Thank you! 💕❄️ 1y
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magyklyXdelish
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At its heart this is a story about the bond between sisters and the decisions grief can cause you to make. Full review here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3547904482

Free space for #BookSpinBingo

#ARC #NetGalley

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 1y
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Skyrimir
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My area got a once in a lifetime winter storm. While it‘s nothing compared to places that typically get snow, we don‘t really have the infrastructure. Over a million without power, including me (the house is 53 and dropping inside!). School has been cancelled the next two days. I guess I‘ll get some reading done!

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MaggieCarr
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Mehso-so

I don't know if it was due to having read memoirs about time in cults or because I held Sadie (Courtney's previous title) at such a high bar- but this one just fell short for me. I finished it but it was just okay for me.

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magyklyXdelish
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Starting one of the bajillion ARCs I have yet to read.

I LOVE this dedication ♥️

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Skyrimir
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Some late night reading.

TheLudicReader I love this author. Going to read this one today. 1y
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JustReadingJess
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I enjoyed The Project. I find books about cults fascinating especially when the reader gets inside cult member‘s heads. The Project is told in present day from the perspective of Lo and the past in the perspective of Bea.

Thank you Wednesday Books, St. Martin‘s Press and NetGalley for The Project.

Full Review: https://justreadingjess.wordpress.com/2021/02/11/book-review-the-project/

DimeryRene I attended a virtual event with Summers last week to celebrate this release. I am excited to read it! 1y
Foragingfantasy Oooh. Stacked. My husband grew up in a cult so I‘m always a bit intrigued. 1y
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erank58
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A huge "nope" for me, which is a shame since I LOVED Sadie. It's only February and I'm pretty sure this will be getting the 2021 "Worst Protagonist" award--on top of the weird time jumps, non-existant motivations, and lack of mystery. I agree with several reviews saying this should have been much, much longer, as the plot could have easily worked with more world-building and development. Instead, this felt completely unfinished and disjointed.

Cinfhen I had a feeling this would be a NO for me! Thanks for sharing your thoughts 💜 1y
erank58 @Cinfhen this one seems to be very polarizing, people are either loving or hating it! I'll be curious to see more reviews after some time has passed since this was just released! 1y
Bette Thanks, I was on the fence...and there are plenty of 📚 1y
erank58 @Bette totally agree!! 1y
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That-Bookish-Hiker
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After a terrible accident kills Bea and Lo‘s parents, Bea joins the Unity Project, leaving Lo in care of their great Aunt.

I could not put this book down. It‘s very interesting to see the parallels of religion and cults and how they attract people to join. So many points in this book had me frustrated to the point of me throwing the book lol. I was that invested in these characters. This author never disappoints me and is an auto buy.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Megabooks Agree!! 1y
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britt_brooke
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⭐️⭐️ Cults are so damned fascinating, but maybe I‘ve read too many true accounts to appreciate a fictional one. The Unity Project just doesn‘t feel authentic; the sensational stuff feels forced. The many jumping timelines were more confusing than effective. Even with two (very good) audio narrators, I‘d forget which sister‘s story, and/or what year, it was. Maybe it‘s because I was never immersed? A reminder that thrillers aren‘t usually my thing.

britt_brooke Well dang, @Megabooks - one of the rare occasions we disagree. 😂 I‘m glad I read it, though. I loved Sadie, so I had to give her another shot. 1y
Megabooks @britt_brooke too bad!! I‘m sorry you weren‘t a fan. @Cinfhen I‘m guessing this won‘t be for you. 1y
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britt_brooke @Megabooks Seems to be pretty polarizing. 1y
Cinfhen Yeah/ I didn‘t care for Sadie so I had a feeling this wasn‘t gonna be for me @Megabooks I know you liked it but I might have to trust Britt on this book😆😘 1y
britt_brooke @Cinfhen 😂😂 I really liked Sadie, but this was not nearly as good. So, yeah, you should def skip. 1y
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mdemanatee
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In which I talk about the Project by Courtney Summers. There's a lot to unpack and I only skimmed the surface. But also somehow managed to compare Summers' writing to a gravel driveway? Listen, I don't know either. https://youtu.be/XsV5NF-IGVs

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Redwritinghood
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Bailedbailed

Abandoned at about 50%. Just not holding my interest.

WanderingBookaneer Oh no! This one was on my TBR. 1y
Reggie Lol, there‘s been so much hype for this. So much so that it‘s making me pick up Sadie this weekend. 1y
britt_brooke I just finished it. Pan!! 👎🏻 1y
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britt_brooke @Reggie Sadie is A LOT better. 1y
Reggie @britt_brooke 😅 wheww thanks. 1y
britt_brooke @Reggie 😂😂 1y
Redwritinghood @Reggie I agree with @britt_brooke that Sadie is a lot better. 1y
Redwritinghood @WanderingBookaneer There are a lot of people rating it as a Pick here on Litsy, so maybe it will work better for you than it did for me. 🤞🏻 1y
britt_brooke @Redwritinghood Yeah, I was really impressed with Sadie. This was a total miss though. (edited) 1y
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mdemanatee
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Found this quote in the Project that I think articulates what is being explored in what I have read of Summers‘ work (All the Rage, Sadie, the Project).

katy4peas Ooo such a good question! How much of someone‘s choices is their responsibility versus a free pass because that is all they know because of their circumstances and how they live, etc. Some of it is still their responsibility. 🤔 1y
mdemanatee @katy4peas yes, I think it‘s definitely complex enough that she‘s found new angles to explore it from across all the works I‘ve read from her 1y
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That-Bookish-Hiker
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This was finally delivered today. Can‘t wait to dive in after work.

#bookdelivery #newread

night_shift That pen holder is so cute! 1y
That-Bookish-Hiker @UnidragonFrag thank you! I got it from ModCloth. 1y
night_shift You're welcome! I'll have to check em out 👍 1y
Megabooks Loved it!! 1y
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Megabooks
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Damn. Just damn. So good. I finished this #audiobook in less than a day. It is a thriller that will appeal to YA and non-YA (me) readers alike.

It is a dark twisted tale of two sisters, two timelines, and a cult. The narrators‘ voices (including all-time fav Therese Plummer) are close enough to sound like sisters. Between this and Sadie, Summers has become an auto-read. 4.5⭐️

Reggie You had me at ‘damn. Just Damn.‘ Lol 1y
Megabooks @Reggie I hope you like it. I was really impressed!! 1y
Bookzombie I‘m so excited for this one. I loved Sadie. 1y
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Megabooks @Bookzombie me too! I think you enjoy this as well. 👍🏻 1y
Cinfhen I really disliked Sadie so im not sure this is for me. It‘s available on Scribd so maybe I‘ll try it out. Your enforcement DEFINITELY makes it more appealing for me ♥️ 1y
Megabooks @Cinfhen it‘s different than Sadie, but she definitely has a characteristic style of writing. I‘m unsure whether you‘ll like this, but if it‘s on scribd, it‘s probably worth a shot! 👍🏻 1y
Cinfhen Yeah, I think so too!! But because scribd is stingy with its borrowing of new releases, im going to borrow this one first 1y
Cinfhen Also my new month begins on the 4th so I have to wait until tomorrow to borrow anything 🤪 1y
Megabooks @Cinfhen good luck! That‘s what I hate about scribd. I know this is a bit sacrilege around here but I can take or leave Angie Thomas. 😑 I‘m waiting for there to be a shorter line at the library on that one, but I will get to it. 1y
Cinfhen Overall Scribd has worked in my favor but it can definitely be frustrating. I wasn‘t wowed by THUG but I did love On The Comeup and I have a thing for Bahni ( whom I know you‘re also meh about) 1y
Megabooks @Cinfhen No, no, no. I LOVE Bahni!! It‘s Julia Whelan I don‘t like. Bahni is awesome. And I feel the same re: THUG vs. OTCU. I think I don‘t care for scribd because I have two great libraries. (edited) 1y
Kalalalatja Stacked! 1y
Megabooks @Kalalalatja awesome!! 1y
BarbaraBB You had me a Damn too! 1y
Cinfhen Ohhh, right!!!!!! Sorry Bahni 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 1y
Megabooks @BarbaraBB lol. This was a good one! 1y
britt_brooke Just started this today, thanks to your review! 1y
Megabooks @britt_brooke great! I hope you enjoy it!! 1y
Centique This sounds like my daughter would love it. You fill up all my family TBRs Meg! 🙌 1y
Megabooks @Centique that‘s my goal! 😉❤️ (edited) 1y
monkeygirlsmama I'm debating what to use my free Audible trial credit on, and this one is now going on my list of considerations, 1y
Megabooks @monkeygirlsmama I really like Courtney‘s books and the audio really helped! 1y
monkeygirlsmama @Megabooks I ended up going with Piranesi for my audio credit, but I'm still gonna read this one and maybe look for it on audio elsewhere. 1y
Megabooks @monkeygirlsmama great!! Piranesi is an awesome audiobook!! 1y
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TorieStorieS
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It was nearly impossible to pry this one out of my hands to actually try to sleep last night! Summers‘ latest is another tragic sisters story- Bea and Lo are close but a tragic accident leaves Lo feeling abandoned and replaced by The Unity Project- a group that emphatically denies being a cult but definitely is raising alarm bells in others. Revealing both sisters‘ stories, this is riveting from start to finish! #BookWear

candority I love your shirt or is it a blanket? I can‘t tell, but either way I love it! (edited) 1y
TorieStorieS @candority Thanks so much!! It‘s a hooded sweatshirt! Unfortunately the company it‘s from doesn‘t exist anymore! 1y
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LibrarianRyan
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I loved Sadie in the most depressing way. This author knows how to rip a heart out. Her new book is just 3 weeks away.

And if you are thinking, isn't this cover black? Yes it is, unless you get the BN Exclusive Edition which is red. (Kind of like the cover flip for the Holly Black novels)

Out Feb 1
#CoverLove #YAedition

Clwojick I‘m impatiently waiting for this one! 😱🤩 1y
TheLudicReader She is one of my favourite YA writers. I have loved everything she‘s written. 1y
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Lisas.Library
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3.5 stars
The Project
By: Courtney Summers
This is a good book. I enjoyed reading it. I feel like a few things were left unanswered.

Read: 1/03/2021-1/08/2021

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KimmyM
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5⭐ Wow! As expected, another gripping, devastating read from Courtney Summers! Definitely pick this up when it's out next month! #arc #ya

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MizzGraham
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A huge shoutout to NetGalley for an honest review! I read this in one sitting today! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Did someone mention murders, cults, and sex? 😜

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Kappadeemom
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The cover is amazing and the book was awesome. Creepy cults✅ NXVIUM vibe✅ Jim Morrison with curly hair leader✅

Lovesbooks87 Can‘t wait to read this! 2y
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