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The Reading List
The Reading List: A Novel | Sara Nisha Adams
An unforgettable and heartwarming debut about how a chance encounter with a list of library books helps forge an unlikely friendship between two very different people in a London suburb. Widower Mukesh lives a quiet life in the London Borough of Ealing after losing his beloved wife. He shops every Wednesday, goes to Temple, and worries about his granddaughter, Priya, who hides in her room reading while he spends his evenings watching nature documentaries. Aleisha is a bright but anxious teenager working at the local library for the summer when she discovers a crumpled-up piece of paper in the back of To Kill a Mockingbird. Its a list of novels that shes never heard of before. Intrigued, and a little bored with her slow job at the checkout desk, she impulsively decides to read every book on the list, one after the other. As each story gives up its magic, the books transport Aleisha from the painful realities shes facing at home. When Mukesh arrives at the library, desperate to forge a connection with his bookworm granddaughter, Aleisha passes along the reading listhoping that it will be a lifeline for him too. Slowly, the shared books create a connection between two lonely souls, as fiction helps them escape their grief and everyday troubles and find joy again.
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amma-keep-reading
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The definition of a feel-good read for bookworms especially those who frequent public libraries.

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peanutnine
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And first completed book for the #Pantone2022 color challenge 🥳
Daffodil @Clwojick

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peanutnine
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This book was lovely. I'm glad I listened to the audio, even though it made me teary during my drive to work. This was a sweet story about how reading can help you find perspective in your life. It follows the impact of a reading list as it drops into the hands of different people in the community. I liked switching between Mukesh and Aleisha's experience and seeing how they related to book characters. Their friendship was so fun to watch grow.

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BookBosomed1
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⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ This 📖 is about 📚 as a catalyst for connection - to one‘s self, the world, & to others. After finding a list of 📚, reluctant librarian Aleisha escapes from caring for her depressed mother by reading. Hoping to connect with his late wife, an avid reader, Mukesh starts reading. When their paths cross, the list will push Aleisha and Mukesha in unexpected ways, rendering visible connections unrealized. 😭 🛑: cancer, depression, suicide

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suvata
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Touching story about an aging widower and a lonely teenage girl who form an unlikely friendship by bonding over books.

Notes left around town:

“Just in case you need it:
To Kill a Mockingbird
Rebecca
The Kite Runner
Life of Pi
Pride and Prejudice
Little Women
Beloved
A Suitable Boy”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

lynneamch Really enjoyed this one. I was surprised that A Suitable Boy was the only one I hadn't read, so now waiting for it on Overdrive. 1w
suvata That is the only one I hadn‘t read either. In fact, I had never even heard of it. 1w
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slategreyskies
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I think this book was really well done, but I wasn‘t prepared for how sad it would be in places. Overall, I felt like it had a hopeful message, about both community and found family. Trigger warning in the spoiler comment below. ⬇️

#Pantone2022 Daffodil :)

slategreyskies Trigger warning for suicide. 2w
BookBosomed1 I started the book this weekend. :) 2w
slategreyskies I did NOT like her Dad. WTF was wrong with that man!? Leaving a 17 year old alone in a house with a mentally unstable and unable to care for herself parent? How is that even remotely responsible parenting? Parts of this book made me so upset, and that was probably the part that made me angriest! He just decided he was going to walk away, like his own daughter wasn‘t his responsibility anymore since he had this shiny new family. Ugh!!!! 2w
Clwojick 💖💖💖 2w
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BookBosomed1
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1. Tagged. I am enjoying it so far. It‘s not my favorite read this year, but I do appreciate the overall message.
2. Cold & Snowy. ❤️ it.
3. Hot tea (lots of it!), comfy pajamas, cozy blankets, reading socks, layers, candles, space heater, soup, and fur babies cuddled on my lap. #weekendreads

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slategreyskies
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1. Currently reading the tagged book and really enjoying it so far. I don‘t want to put it down to make dinner! :)

2. We‘re expecting a snowstorm tomorrow, but it‘s just been cold and cloudy today.

3. I have a small blanket I keep on the couch next to me. Also, I have a pair of dusky rose colored slippers with a furry lining. And hot tea!! Always hot tea! 🍵

#WeekendReads

Wanna play? Consider yourself tagged! :)

Andrew65 Thanks for the tag. 2w
Eggs Thanks💕 2w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks for the tag 📚💗 2w
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BookBosomed1
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Truth. Happy Saturday.

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slategreyskies
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I‘m planning on reading The Reading List this weekend. I‘m also hoping to finish Original Fire, a book of poems by Louise Erdrich. Happy weekend, everyone!! 🤍✨

And for those who are participating, happy #JoyousJanuary! Enjoy the #readathon!! :)

Andrew65 Have a good weekend of reading. 2w
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BookBosomed1
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A glorious discovery awaited me when I opened the front door. The library Bookmobile was back on schedule and delivered some long-anticipated books. Even more glorious, the reading gloves my friend made me was waiting in the mailbox. TGIF.

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TheLudicReader
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Mehso-so

My second #NYWD22 selection was just okay for me. I loved the premise- an elderly widower and a lonely teenage girl connect over books, but it all felt contrived to me. 😬 There was just too much going on for any of it to really land, the book discussions were cursory and the ending was, frankly, implausible. This might be a case of it‘s me rather than it‘s the book.
@JamieArc @monalyisha

monalyisha Oh, I‘ve definitely seen great reviews for this! But books about books are hard! When they‘re great, they‘re great. But it‘s easy to get it (even just slightly) wrong. I remember reading one that everyone loved while I thought it was okay. 2w
TheLudicReader Haha, I did not like The Storied Life either, @monalyisha 2w
monalyisha One that I actually did enjoy (though it was awhile ago now so I don‘t feel 100% confident in my recommendation) is 2w
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monalyisha @TheLudicReader I remember thinking that the author got the bookstore vibe exactly right. 2w
Prairiegirl_reading I never understood what is so great about AJ Fikry!! I‘m glad to know I‘m not the only one! 2w
TheLudicReader I might actually have a copy of that on my tbr shelf, @monalyisha 2w
monalyisha @TheLudicReader TW, though for Midnight (which will be clear from the blurb alone). (edited) 2w
monalyisha @Prairiegirl_reading 😉👯‍♀️ I didn‘t hate it. I just wasn‘t blown away or forever endeared. 2w
Prairiegirl_reading @monalyisha yeah, same. The only reason why I remember it at all is because everyone else loves it and I thought…… meh. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2w
TheLudicReader @Prairiegirl_reading @monalyisha it's one of the best things about reading - no two readers read the same book. 😄 2w
JamieArc The thing about books I usually love is that it has to do with what‘s going on in my life. I was in the midst of a huge reading slump when I picked this one up, and I tend to love intergenerational friendships. I was also struggling through A Suitable Boy, and this inspired my to keep going. 2w
TheLudicReader @jamiearc books are like that…sometimes they find you at the right time. 😁 I think I am likely in the minority, but that‘s okay. I didn‘t want to throw it across the room. 😁 you may not love some of my choices, either. I am prepared for that. 🤣 (edited) 2w
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slategreyskies
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Currently reading. :)

TheLudicReader I just finished tonight. 2w
slategreyskies @TheLudicReader I finished this morning. I mostly really liked it, but I wish it hadn‘t gotten so intense toward the end. I wasn‘t expecting that. 2w
TheLudicReader I didn‘t really like it, so you made out better than me. 😁 2w
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HappilyEverKrafter
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“Books always change as the person who reads them changes too.”

TRUTH.

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Christy2318
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This is a lovely story about the power of books and libraries, family relationships, unlikely friendships, and grief. Some parts are very sad. You may need a tissue or two. 📚📚📚📚📚

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TheLudicReader
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Getting started on my second book for #NYWD22, @JamieArc & @monalyisha
It‘s blustery out there.

EvieBee Whoa! That snow! Good book, too. 3w
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HappilyEverKrafter
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📚I don‘t have a specific goal, just to always be reading and always be reading something I enjoy. Life‘s too short to read boring books!

🖊 I use a word of the year generator to discover my word of the year, and this year our family got “surrender.” Lots to think on!

📖 I‘m starting the year by reading “The Reading List,” and I love it so far! I love that I‘m starting the year by reading a book about books!

@MoonWitch94 #thoughtfulthursday

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staci.reads
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I adored this book! It speaks to book lovers and library lovers, telling a story about love, loss, friendship, and the power of books to connect us.

LiteraryinLawrence Just borrowed this from the library (#blameitonlitsy) and excited to get to it! 3w
Zoe-h I love those blocks you have! Great quotes. 3w
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thewallflower0707
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Panpan

I know this is a very popular book 📕, but I just couldn‘t stand it! I thought the parts where the characters talked about the books they are reading and how it connects to their own world was sooooooo awkward and clumsy.

#TheReadingWishlist

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Whimsically.Ordinary
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What a love story to books! This lovely story about the books people read and the importance of literature teaches us that it's ok to need your community and sometimes a wonderful friendship happens when we least expect it.

slategreyskies Welcome to Litsy!! :) 2w
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Emily92Bibliophile
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🎉Emily‘s 2021 Top 10 Favorite Adult Fiction 🎉 In no particular order ; The Witch‘s Heart and The Reading List are tied for my favorite adult book of the year

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Emily92Bibliophile
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🎉Didn‘t meet my 2021 Goal, but it was definitely a good year of discovery in finding new faves. Will post my top 5 favorites in Adult Fiction and YA Fiction ASAP. 🎉

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Emily92Bibliophile
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This book is making it VERY hard for me to decide my top 5 favorite books of 2021. It was absolutely perfect in all bookish ways imaginable, and powerful in dealing with real issues. If you haven‘t read this one yet, RUN to your nearest indie bookstore and treat yoself.

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staci.reads
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I have a bunch of chunksters I will dive into in January for book clubs and reading challenges, but I'm pleasure-reading to end one year and start the next 😍. I'm planning to finish Within These Wicked Walls today, and tomorrow I will dive into The Reading List. #lastfirst @BookNAround

JamieArc The Reading List was one of my favorites last year! Happy Reading! 4w
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Gissy
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This is my #MyNewYearWhoDis2022 books selection from books read by my match @sharread 📚🤗I‘m planning to read more books from her Litsy “pick👍 books list, but these are the first ones I‘m planning to read soon. I chose books that I already own so I can continue reducing my tbr pile of books. But there are other books that @sharread has in her wish list that I‘m interested to read, maybe we can buddy-read at least one book in 2022📖🤗
@monalysha

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julesG
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This was a wonderful story.

Set in Wembley, London, it's about bookish and non-bookish people. About loss, grief, about overcoming loss and grief. About finding what you need within the pages of books.

#AVeryMerryReadathon @TheSpineView

Desha Got this one from Santa yesterday! Can‘t wait to read it! ♥️ (edited) 1mo
squirrelbrain I loved this one too! 1mo
Ruthiella I keep hearing great things about this title! 1mo
TheSpineView Awesome! 1mo
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julesG
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I'm in love with my current read. Can hardly put it down.

#AVeryMerryReadathon @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Love the cover!❤📖 1mo
TrishB This sounds good 👍🏻 1mo
Allylu I want to read this book next year! 1mo
julesG @Allylu I'm sure you'll enjoy it. 1mo
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Nebklvr
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There are so many characters! They are pulled together somewhat in the end. Reading and friendship and community.

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rachelsbrittain
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The books I read in November. Had hoped to get through a few more but ah well. My favorites were Iron Widow, Cloud Cuckoo Land, The Reading List, and Convenience Store Woman.

Megabooks The Reading List is on my shelves! 👍🏻 2mo
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GidgetsTreasures75
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11-30-21: My 121st finished book of 2021! Wow!! This book is a love letter to books, reading and libraries. When many different people come across a list of of seemingly random books, a whole new world is opened up to them. Friendships are made. Depressions are lifted. Follow Mukesh and Aleisha, his young librarian friend, as they learn how fiction can teach them so much about joy and sorrow. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I cried at the end 🥰 👍🏼📖#️⃣1️⃣2️⃣1️⃣

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Tamra
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This was the right speed for my brain right now. 🤪 The plot took a rather serious turn, but overall I thought it was charming and I enjoyed the book & reading references. I haven‘t read all of the books mentioned, but I know A Suitable Boy is an intimidating behemoth!

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rachelsbrittain
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A heartwarming story about the power of books and two lonely people who find an unexpected friendship at the library despite the substantial difference in their age. This was a really sweet story exploring loneliness, grief, compassion, and the power of books to bring people solace. And I'm always a sucker for a young / old friendship.

TW: death, depression, and suicide

Crazeedi Definitely stacking this! Thanks 3mo
TrishB This sounds good! 3mo
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mamareading
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This was a fun book, it‘s heartwarming and simple. There were some parts that were written extremely well, the stress and emotion of the characters could be felt, were plausible and relatable.

I think I felt like a lot of people have, it‘s not too deep and the end wraps up all too easily (kinda goofy). Still, it was a fun and gentle story and what I needed right now.

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webhau1
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I loved this book. I liked the whole idea of relating through books, as really I do this all the time. I haven‘t read many of the books that they discuss, but it did make me feel like I should check them out. There were a few things I thought wrapped up a little to cleanly, but it didn‘t matter to me as I could feel the heart of the book. If you like books about books, I think you will like this one.

Crazeedi Sounds interesting!! 3mo
webhau1 @Crazeedi I am sure it is a situation of right book at the right time, but I really liked it. 3mo
Crazeedi @webhau1 put on my tbr!! 3mo
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mamareading
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Snuck in some before school drop offs reading. I‘m loving this book already. It includes a library, a book list, a woman who loved to read drawing her loved ones into her world. I‘m all in.

I‘ve recently discovered that I enjoy reading hardback novels… 🤦🏽‍♀️ Don‘t tell the paperwhite I just bought

EvieBee I just realized the same thing! There‘s something about hardcovers. 3mo
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thegirlwiththelibrarybag
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Did my favourite bookstore hint that business was slow and that it was a good time to buy books?

Yes they did… and I bought two 😜 because it seemed rude not to help them out…

MidnightBookGirl As an indie bookstore worker, this is awesome! We're lucky that business is picking up, but we wouldn't have survived this last year and a half if it hadn't been for customers choosing to save us by buying books and donating! 4mo
Emilymdxn My favourite thing about my office (which I‘m working at a couple days a week now) is how close it is to independent bookstores I can now support again! I got two books on my lunch yesterday… as an act of public service 4mo
JamieArc Books about books are hot or miss for me, but I really enjoyed this one a lot. 4mo
thegirlwiththelibrarybag @MidnightBookGirl, retail is still closed here (hopefully reopening towards the end of the month) - click and collect or post only (I live in their free delivery area) - it‘s nice to see a community rally around their indie bookshop 4mo
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bell7
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Two lonely people meet and bond over a shared list if books. I have read a lot of "books about books" and have high expectations for them. An early scene in the book takes place in a very depressed library where a 17-year-old listening to music and playing with her phone at the circ desk is called a "librarian", so it started off on the wrong foot for me and never really fully recovered after that. Just an okay read for me.

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mcctrish
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A final reading list to end this wonderful story ❤️❤️❤️❤️ I love love love this book

4thhouseontheleft Wow, I‘ve read all but two of these! So I think I would probably love this book! 4mo
mcctrish @4thhouseontheleft I‘ve only read 4 🤦🏻‍♀️ these are different from the books talked about in the story, I‘d read all of those but one and I‘m having a hard time getting my hands on it ( not at the library 🤯) A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth 4mo
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mcctrish
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Have you read these? I have read them all except “A Suitable Boy” which I think I have on a shelf in my house somewhere

Scochrane26 I haven‘t read Life of Pi or Suitable Boy. 4mo
mcctrish @Scochrane26 I have to say I didn‘t love Life of Pi and that makes me an outiier 🤣🤣 4mo
BkClubCare Same! And I am wondering if I have a copy of A Suitable Boy but not sure 3mo
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mcctrish @BkClubCare I don‘t have a copy after all and neither does my library 😢 it‘s been made into a series but is showing on a streaming service we don‘t subscribe to ( Acorn) I am being thwarted at every turn 3mo
BkClubCare @mcctrish - if I find my/a copy, I can send it on to you 😁 3mo
mcctrish @BkClubCare oh that‘s so sweet, I was going to check some book places ( other than Indigo cuz it‘s full price there) 3mo
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Becker
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At first I thought this book was going to be too twee for me, but I admit I eventually fell into the story. This is a very light and simple story. It won‘t stretch your mind but it works as an easy, comforting read. 📚

EvieBee I really enjoyed this one! 4mo
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Blackink_WhitePaper
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As the name suggests it‘s about a reading list with 8 books. I ve read 6 books out of the list so could relate with it. But its not necessary to read those books, still you will love it. It‘s about the role of books in the life & magic of reading. MC Mukesh , an elderly lonely person & Ayesha , a teenager with a sad, boring life help each other as they bond by books. #Heartwarming perfect for a light , comfortable, #feelgood reading.4.5⭐️

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kera_11
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An aging widower and a lonely teenage girl form an unlikely friendship by bonding over books at the local library.
Starts off pretty slow but builds and is much better once their relationship is established and they get into the books. Full of references to popular and classic novels, this book focuses on reading as a means of processing and coping with challenging life events

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Johanna414
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Oh I loved this so, so much... even if it did make me cry through the last 75 pages. I should have guessed the ending, but I didn't so it took me very much by surprise. I just loved the characters and the idea that bonding over this mysterious reading list brought them together when they most needed it 💙

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EvieBee
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This found me at the right time. New town, new life. The library is a place that brings people, often lonely people, together. As Mukesh, a converted non-reader said:
“Please try to remember that books aren‘t always an escape; sometimes books teach us things. They SHOW us the world; they don‘t hide it.”
Made me wonder what the top 5 books that define me would be. Middlemarch for sure!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Megabooks Another compelling review…compelling me to read it! 😀 5mo
EvieBee @Megabooks I know you‘ll like it. I had a hard time getting into the timeline, but it‘s totally worth it. 5mo
Allthebookclubs I‘m glad you hung in there and loved it!!!! 5mo
EvieBee @Allthebookclubs Yes! Thank you for pushing me forward. 4mo
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DivineDiana Beautiful! ❤️ 5mo
EvieBee @DivineDiana Thank you! 💕 5mo
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Johanna414
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It was a good first day back at work! I'm really excited for this school year since the library will be open again.
The kids are currently being maniacs in the back yard and I'm sneaking in a few chapters. I'm absolutely loving this book - although I feel like I should be reading/rereading the books on the list along with the characters...

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Johanna414
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Last day of summer before teacher in-service days start tomorrow and we have students back next week. I'm excited for the school year, but not quite ready for summer to end...
I'm making today all about me and escaping into this book, which has me totally captivated!

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EvieBee
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Okay. Am I the only one left in the reading community who hasn‘t read THE KITE RUNNER because I heard it‘s “harrowing”? Do I want my mascara all down my face?!

sarahbellum I haven‘t read it yet either! 5mo
Cinfhen It‘s really good!!! And I think there are other books that are equally heartbreaking but worth the #UglyCry xx 5mo
Reggie I loved that book! 5mo
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Cathythoughts I saw the movie 💔💔💔so good. I‘d like to read the book sometime 5mo
tpixie Great quote. It‘s a wonderful book 📕 5mo
WanderingBookaneer I havenot read it either. I‘m wary of the rape scene. 5mo
DivineDiana @Cathythoughts I had no idea there was a movie. 5mo
DivineDiana Agree with @Cinfhen @Reggie @tpixie ❤️ (edited) 5mo
Chrissyreadit It‘s a great book!!! I‘m super sensitive about sad books and still loved it . 5mo
Soubhiville I really liked all of his books. They are all sad and all have difficult parts, but beautiful writing and like @Cinfhen said, worth the crying to me. 5mo
Cathythoughts @DivineDiana Yes a movie .. it was excellent! 5mo
JamieArc You aren‘t alone! I never willingly enter books that I know are going to be heartbreaking. I just can‘t willingly put that suffering on myself! 5mo
EvieBee @sarahbellum @Cinfhen @Reggie @Cathythoughts @tpixie @WanderingBookaneer @DivineDiana @Chrissyreadit @Soubhiville @JamieArc I‘m an HSP BUT a lover of beautiful literature. I think I‘m going to read and soon! 5mo
tpixie Yes! 🪁💖🪁 5mo
bthegood if it makes you feel better - I have not read it and it is not on my TBR - 😊 5mo
EvieBee @tpixie I think it‘s gonna happen! 5mo
EvieBee @bthegood That does make me feel better! ♥️ 5mo
tpixie @bthegood 😊😂💖 5mo
WJCintron I haven't read it. 5mo
Librariana Much like you, I also consider myself a HSP and much like @JamieArc, I can't willingly go into books that I know will emotionally drain me. Thus, I have not read it. 5mo
EvieBee @Librariana Yes! And sometimes I have to discontinue books because of unexpected heavy things. Wish there was an HSP warning on book. 5mo
EvieBee @WJCintron I feel not so alone now. 🤗 5mo
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