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Lessons in Chemistry
Lessons in Chemistry: A Novel | Bonnie Garmus
105 posts | 81 read | 2 reading | 97 to read
"Set in 1960s California, this blockbuster debut is the hilarious, idiosyncratic and uplifting story of a female scientist whose career is constantly derailed by the idea that a woman's place is in the home, only to find herself starring as the host of America's most beloved TV cooking show. Elizabeth Zott is not your average woman. In fact Elizabeth Zott would be the first to point out that there is no such thing as an average woman. But it's the 1960s and despite the fact that she is a scientist, her peers are very unscientific when it comes to equality. The only good thing to happen to her on the road to professional fulfillment is a run-in with her super-star colleague Calvin Evans (well, she stole his beakers.) The only man who ever treated her-and her ideas-as equal, Calvin is already a legend and Nobel nominee. He's also awkward, kind and tenacious. Theirs is true chemistry. But as events are never as predictable as chemical reactions, three years later Elizabeth Zott is an unwed, single mother (did we mention it's the early 60s??) and the star of America's most beloved cooking show Supper at Six. Elizabeth's singular approach to cooking ('take one pint of H2O and add a pinch of sodium chloride') and independent example are proving revolutionary. Because Elizabeth isn't just teaching women how to cook, she's teaching them how to change the status quo. Laugh-out-loud funny, shrewdly observant, and studded with a dazzling cast of supporting characters, Lessons in Chemistry is as original and vibrant as its protagonist"--
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emmaturi
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I absolutely loved this story, Elizabeth was such a brilliant woman and very funny.

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eraderneely
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Mehso-so

It was OK. I flip-flopped between enjoying the ridiculous, exaggerated elements and being annoyed with them. I mostly found the story fun, but then I would get tired of her “sciencey” talk.
Ultimately, I didn‘t really care what happened next. *shrug*

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Vansa
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#BookMoods #Madeyoumad
These books were so bad,and overhyped they made me absolutely furious,not just mad! Excellent books get barely any attention,and this nonsense does.Reviews here:
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/4149962365
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/4742117574
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/4675140747

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Well, I‘ll just remove Lessons from my tbr!! 15h
TheLudicReader Oh no, Sorrow and Bliss is our next book club choice. 15h
Karons1 Lessons in chemistry is a brilliant 🤩 book 📕 it‘s a slow burn but it does get better ❤️‍🩹 book choices and reading is such a personal thing ; sorrow and bliss also has amazing reviews haven‘t tried it yet but one man‘s / woman‘s pleasure is another‘s poison ☠️ 15h
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Vansa @Karons1 I think it gets far worse. It starts off fine and then gets completely derailed.Sorrow and Bliss didn't even start off well.Ive listed out why I didn't like the book in my review! 10h
Vansa @TheLudicReader you might like it!! This is just my opinion 😀 10h
Vansa @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks it's really, really not a good book! 10h
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JoyBlue
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My take: hype-worthy! [4.66⭐] Read my full review here: https://debbybrauer.org/#lessons-in-chemistry

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marleed
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This grid came together quickly with help from Libby, but it‘s my physical copy of the tagged that stole my heart this round.

5* = Loved It, want to shout out loud about this book! I do/will own/keep a physical copy. A+
4*= I liked it, would love to discuss. Solid B
3*=Meh, no need to discuss. Average C
2*=Nope D
1*=DNF F

Aims42 So many great reads!!! 🙌 I like your rating system too, that‘s about what mine is too lol 2d
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Yahui07
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Heard so much praise about this book so read it as soon as I finished the previous book.
The author did a good job telling a story related to the heavy topic in an interesting and inspiring way!!

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YouReadMyEyes
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LOVE IT SO FAR 🤓
“Zott is an unforgettable protagonist, logical and literal and utterly herself…The novel deftly mixes comedy and tragedy, with only one very clear villain: the patriarchal culture of mid-20th century America, the days of which are numbered because of women like Zott. [This] novel achieves the difficult task of being both sharply satirical and heartwarming at the same time.” Historical Novels Review

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rachelm
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I admit having been mislead by this cover, which reads as much lighter fare than it really is. What is actually here is a really moving, well wrought story about science, the search for love and family, and the patriarchy. Honestly one of my favorite listens of the summer so far— not over hyped!

Ruthiella The US cover is misleading! 5d
rachelm @Ruthiella I really don‘t like it!! 5d
Weisubei The pencil is iconic though 😳😳 5d
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Prairiegirl_reading @Weisubei I agree!! The cover is awful until you‘ve read it and then know what the pencil symbolizes. 5d
julesG Not sure why they decided on that bubbly romcom cover for the US edition. Look at the different editions https://litsy.com/p/NnhMVGZXNDZi 5d
rachelm @Prairiegirl_reading @Weisubei love the pencil symbolism but totally agree with @julesG that the other cover have a lot of symbolism too but are a little different—- I love the UK and German covers! 5d
Weisubei @rachelm I got my copy in UK edition, absolutely love it. The naked cover is gorgeous 🥰🥰 5d
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FelinesAndFelonies
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I didn't have any interest in this book initially. The chicklit cover was a turn off. I'm so glad I gave it a chance. The MC Elizabeth Zott is a chemist in the 1950's & 1960's dealing with all of the misogyny that was expected & accepted during the era. It was laugh out loud funny & broke my heart at times. As a woman in a male dominated field so many of Elizabeth's experiences rang true. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

rubyslippersreads I‘ve seen a more retro, Mrs. Maisel-style cover that I liked better. 5d
Prairiegirl_reading I had heard a comp something like where‘d you go Bernadette with a bit of marvellous Mrs maisel and I thought, ok not for me. But something made me pick it up (it definitely wasn‘t that awful cover) and I‘m so glad I did. I agree with you, it‘s so good!! 5d
rachelm Cover threw me off too! 5d
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marleed
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This book felt contemporary and then I‘d be hit by reminders of the 50-60s setting. This could have been a heavy/ serious story with the how and why of the subject and character, but it was infused with humor and quirkiness in the best way. I understand the references to ‘If you like Where‘d You Go, Bernadette‘, try this, and I can wait to see the adaption.

June 2022 #BookSpinBingo
@TheAromaofBooks

Tamra Is there an adaptation in the works? So fun! 1w
marleed @Tamra There is. Brie Larson to play Elizabeth! It‘ll be on Apple TV. I believe it‘s to be a limited series vs a 2-hour movie. I think the rights were in the works before the book was even released. 1w
emmaturi I just read it too. Loved it. Kept thinking it would be a great show or movie! 1w
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1w
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janeycanuck
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Definitely more of a fan of the first half than the second but I enjoyed how Garmus created such a layered story that unfolded itself over the course of the novel and the strong cast of female characters.

Book 3/3 for #JoysofJune (my bookbox book)

EvieBee This is a beautiful picture! 1w
janeycanuck @EvieBee Thank you - I have no idea what the flower is but it‘s one of my favourite little patches in the garden! 1w
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Julsmarshall
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So good! Worth all the hype ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The most perfect blend of feminism, science, 60‘s nostalgia, and humor. This book made me gasp, worry, laugh, and sigh. CW for sexual assault and so much misogyny but ultimately so uplifting and positive. #joysofjune #readathon @Andrew65 #BOTM

Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 on to my list. 2w
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Julsmarshall
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Got my walk and laps in early, now a little reading before I start work. Loving this one! #BOTM @Andrew65 #joysofjune #BFC22 @wanderinglynn

Andrew65 A lot of good reviews for this one. 2w
wanderinglynn 🙌🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2w
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Prairiegirl_reading
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#wonderouswednesday
1. I am currently reading Unlikely Animals set in Everton, New Hampshire and Book Lovers set in Sunshine Falls, North Carolina
2. Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus 💜
3. So many! Fredrik Backman, Celeste Ng, Blake Crouch, Alexis Hall and Becky Chambers all have books coming out this year that I can‘t wait to read.
Thanks for the tag @RaeLovesToRead 😄

RaeLovesToRead I love Blake Crouch too! 😊 2w
Prairiegirl_reading @RaeLovesToRead Thanks for putting Alan Rickman on my radar too! I‘m looking forward to that one too. 2w
Eggs 💕 Backman 💕 2w
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emmaturi
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My current read and am enjoying it.

rachelm I like this cover so much better than the US version! 5d
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Kboltz
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Loved this book. Two chemists find each other and their chemistry makes a great story. I never thought that a dog as a character would be this enjoyable! Ties up together nicely at the end. Women in the 60s…🥴. Go and read this book ladies, take some time for yourselves!

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Jas16
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This book made my blood boil more than I thought it would with the rampant sexism that main character Elizabeth Zott endures. There is so much to love in this book from some of the most memorable characters including the much lauded Six-thirty. Reading all of the Litsy reviews I questioned how great a character a dog could really be. Answer- pretty freaking great. This wasn‘t quite the light hearted romp of a read I was expecting. It was better.

LiteraryinLawrence Your review makes me want to try this one! 2w
Jas16 @LiteraryinLawrence I think you would like it but if you do read it, let me know what you think. 2w
Aims42 Fantastic review!! I agree with you 1000% 👍The cover screams “light hearted romp” to me, that‘s what I was expecting too. I loved it and I‘m on the ‘six-thirty is pretty amazing‘ bandwagon also 😁 2w
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squirrelbrain Love Six-Thirty too! Such a good book, and a great review! 2w
Chelsea.Poole Ditto!! 🐶 2w
BkClubCare Sold already but, a cool dog, too?! 🐶 2w
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BarbaraBB
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“Too many brilliant minds are kept from scientific research thanks to ignorant biases like gender and race.”

This is a fun and inspiring feminist book about breaking through traditional visions on gender, roles marriage, education and religion - all by the subject of chemistry and a group of unforgettable characters led by Elizabeth Zott. A very good and entertaining book!

#52books #HouseholdObjectOnCover

TrishB Agree totally 👍🏻 3w
Chelsea.Poole Just finished this as well. So good! 3w
Megabooks Great review!! 2w
Sparklemn Just started the audiobook. Looks promising. BTW - love the Household Object tag!
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BarbaraBB @Sparklemn Thanks, I had been looking for that prompt for a while now. I hope you‘ll enjoy the book as much as I did! 2w
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Bren912
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ oftentimes this book was infuriating with the assumptions of the era in what women should and shouldn‘t do. And honestly some sexist actions haven‘t changed much. There were laugh out loud moments although the book wasn‘t as lighthearted as I thought it would be. But if I had to describe in one word it would be Triumphant!

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TheKidUpstairs
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Girls cottage weekend to celebrate everyone's 40th birthdays! In the first one up, but like a good Litten I've got my book so I'm all good! Well, really I've got 4 books and my Kobo, but who's counting 😋🤗🤣

Prairiegirl_reading That‘s a great lake read!! 3w
mabell Sounds like a fun time! 3w
Cupcake12 I received your letter today. This is on my TBR list, hope you enjoy the book. Have a great time ❤️ (edited) 3w
BrittanyReads How lovely! Enjoy!! 3w
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Cathythoughts
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I did find myself skimming a bit because the writing wasn‘t holding me.. however this story set in the 1950‘s - 60‘s was accurate in terms of a woman‘s life and her place in the home. I became a huge fan of the main character Elizabeth, she had me laughing and crying, I found her inspirational to the point of tears. What a force of nature this character is. So , despite the writing , I loved the story and characters. I flew through it.

LeahBergen Your review has me even more intrigued now. 😃 3w
Cathythoughts @LeahBergen it‘s a good read , I did enjoy it. I‘d love to know what you think if you go there 👍🏻😁 3w
Alfoster Yes, so funny! (And I still have the gifts you sent me as well)!🧣👍 3w
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Ruthiella Great review! The UK cover is so much better than the US! 3w
squirrelbrain Glad you liked it, even though there were a few frustrations! 3w
Cathythoughts @Alfoster 👍🏻♥️😘 3w
Cathythoughts @Ruthiella Thanks, it‘s a lovely cover 👍🏻♥️ (edited) 3w
Cathythoughts @squirrelbrain I really enjoyed it ! 3w
Caroline2 I‘m reading this too at the mo and I agree about the writing, I‘m finding myself skimming too. 🤷‍♀️ 3w
Cathythoughts @Caroline2 I know, I admit to skimming a lot in this one , which isn‘t a nice way to be reading 🤷🏼‍♀️but I wanted to see what happened. Parts were very engaging.. but overall too much skimming from me ( that‘s why I flew through it 🙄😂 3w
Tamra I‘m so glad you liked it! 👍🏾 I listened, which makes skimming a bit more difficult. 😆 It helps to multitask in that case. 3w
Tamra I will admit I found the precocious daughter a bit tedious at times. 3w
Cathythoughts @Tamra Skimming could be Multitasking .. 👍🏻😂 good point. 3w
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Chelsea.Poole
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Elizabeth Zott is a force; a character I won‘t soon forget! She takes on horrible men in powerful positions during the 1950s, especially in chemistry labs where women had few opportunities. This was an unexpected read because the cover art screams “no!” for me. Looks cutesy and romance-ish but it‘s so not! I‘m glad the #litsylove and urging from a coworker pushed me to read this one. Sad, funny, life-affirming. Listened on the beach 🌊

Prairiegirl_reading I totally agree with the cover being a huge no! Although now that I‘ve read it I love the pencil in her hair! The UK cover is so much nicer! 3w
Aims42 Yeah, I also wish the cover wasn‘t so “cutesy”, I would‘ve picked it up sooner 😆 I agree with @Prairiegirl_reading that the UK cover is better 👍 3w
Megabooks Yeah, this was a horrible cover/fantastic book mismatch! 3w
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Brimful
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Mehso-so

After all of the hype I was a bit disappointed. It was a pretty formulaic oddball girl meets oddball boy story. Tragedy hits and she has the remake her life. And whilst i share the feminist and humanist values there was a lack of empathy with the less clever and the less good. Maggie shipsteads comment on the cover ‘I had no problem choosing a side‘ sums up my problem with the book. Having said that there were some fun scenes.

Vansa Oh,this book was horrible.I thoroughly disliked it.Only geniuses deserve good lives,according to Garmus.Here's my rant review of it!! https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/4742117574 3w
Brimful For me your review nails it! 2w
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Karons1
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I had a great reading 📖 month in may partly due to our sunny 😎 poolside holiday ; 9 books in total and started a 10th 🙌plus Nearly managed a bingo ! #maybingo lessons in chemistry 🧪 was my pick of the month & so far my favourite book 📖 of the year , adored it 🥰 also loved the girl with the lounding voice, the soulmate equation & the novella evidence of the affair
#mayreads
#lessonsinchemistry
#favouritebooks

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Bren912
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Yikes. I‘ve had this book on request at@the library for a month and book club is this Monday!! 😳😳😳. Thank goodness my friend bought it and now let me borrow!

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Chelsea.Poole
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Early morning walk with an excellent audiobook! 🌊 🌞

Cinfhen Gorgeous 😍🎉🙌🏻 3w
JenReadsAlot Omg that's beautiful 😍 3w
Cathythoughts Stunning 💫 3w
Centique Oh wow that is amazing 😍 3w
Gissy Beautiful! 😍🙌❤️❤️❤️ 3w
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BarbaraBB
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I am not at home and out of books! That doesn‘t happen often but this time I had to find a new one in a very general bookstore with few English books. I ended up with this one. It gets a lot of Litsy love so I hope chose well!

marleed And I love that version of cover! 4w
Leftcoastzen I need to get to this one! It‘s a weird feeling when a book person finds themselves with no books!😱 4w
BarbaraBB @Leftcoastzen Very weird! I bought a magazine first but that‘s really not my thing! 4w
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Megabooks This is so good and such a better cover than the US one!! It‘s a bit deeper than a palate cleanser but much more fun than the dark stuff you and I tend towards. 4w
Birdsong28 You chose very well 🙂 4w
squirrelbrain This is one of my favourites of the year so far. It took me a few chapters to get into it though. 😘 4w
MicheleinPhilly @Megabooks I have this version on the way to me from Waterstones because I *HATE* the cheesy clip art U.S. cover. 4w
sarahbarnes This is always my biggest fear when traveling! 😂 I‘m glad you found one and will be interested to see what you think of it - I haven‘t read this one. 4w
BarbaraBB @Megabooks @Birdsong28 @squirrelbrain I am glad to hear that I chose well and that it isn‘t as dark as my usual stuff 😉 4w
Vansa @BarbaraBB it's not....not dark. Trigger warnings for more than one graphically described rape, child abuse, death of loved ones. 4w
Cathythoughts I‘m looking forward to reading this one 👍🏻 4w
CarolynM Oh no! How did you let that happen? Hope this one lasts until you get home😘 4w
Chelsea.Poole I just started this one! 🧪 4w
BarbaraBB @CarolynM I am at my parents‘ and staying longer than I initially thought. No excuse for a hardcore bookworm, I know 😉🤣 4w
Amiable I‘ve heard good things about this one; curious to see what you think. 4w
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emmalouise1
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Absolutely fantastic book . Been a really busy few weeks so took longer for me to complete, I highly recommend this book to everyone . It completely messed with my emotion from laughing one page to crying the next . 5 star Read

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JenD1
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“When it came to equality, 1952 was a real disappointment.”

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GinaKButler
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Up next!

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mjtwo
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5-15 May 22 (audiobook)
There has been a lot of buzz about this but my TBR pile (or bookcase really) is out of control so decided to listen rather than purchase the hard copy. And I am glad I did. It was fun, insightful and I enjoyed Elizabeth‘s acerbic charms, Hannah‘s warmth and ultimate resilience, and Calvin‘s eccentricities. Six-thirty was the highlight for me though. I would appreciate more stories being told from the canine viewpoint.

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LeslieO
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This was charming, delightful, sad, and wonderful. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️! #BOTM

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MelindaOtt
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My 4th ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ book of 2022! The only draw book Is the the eBook e-ink cover is not conducive to good pics for social media posts!

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Penny_LiteraryHoarders
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Fantastic! Loved it. It‘s original, it‘s feminist, it‘s funny. I loved the characters. Didn‘t want to say goodbye. Excited to hear it‘s being made for TV.

Tamra I can definitely see this one being adapted for screen! 1mo
Penny_LiteraryHoarders @Tamra right?!?! I can‘t wait! 1mo
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sailu112
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This book is set in 1950‘s but many of the struggles this women faces still sound true to this time. I love how passionate Elizabeth Sod is about Science, love and Women‘s rights. What I thought was a fun romantic read ended up being a layered book leaving lot to think about

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Tamra
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Elizabeth challenges all notions of what women “should” be in the 60‘s. While I could have used far more of the cooking show element (says the foodie me), it was still a very enjoyable novel with memorable strong characters.

Says Elizabeth, there is no “average” housewife. 😁 Shed the monoliths!

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Tamra
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“Cooking isn‘t fun, it‘s serious business.” 😂

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Aims42
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This was a quirky and great read! I alternated between laughing and wanting to pull my hair out at how the female characters were treated 😤 I would love to know more about Elizabeth, Mad, Harriet and Six-Thirty ♥️

Bren912 This is our book club read! Can‘t wait! 2mo
Aims42 @Bren912 Nice!! I hope you all enjoy it! It‘ll prompt some great discussions 👍 2mo
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Karons1
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Loved 🥰 loved 🥰 loved 🥰 it ! My book of the year so far . Adored Mad and six thirty what a wonderful name for a dog ! Agreed with the wonderful Elyse on goodreads to begin with the blatant sexism & worse & the down right nastiness left me wondering why it was so highly reviewed , but it all intertwines towards a wonderful conclusion the story line is threaded beautifully ! Without doubt my book of the year so far , I now feel slightly bereft!

Cathythoughts Great review 👍🏻 I‘m looking forward to this one. 2mo
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Karons1
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Have you heard folks ? Lessons in chemistry 🧪 is coming to Apple TV 📺 2023 filming starts in July with Brie Larson playing our beloved Elizabeth 😃can‘t wait - don‘t let us down ! 🙈

Alfoster Oh yay! Will be so good as a film!❤️👊 2mo
Oryx Ooooh. That's good casting. 2mo
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Oryx
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Really enjoyed this one - felt like a really unique story and I loved the main characters. (And of course Six Thirty).

Karons1 Wow you read that quickly 😂I still have a 150 pages to go it‘s my fav book of the year so far . 2mo
Aims42 I want my own Six Thirty!! 🐶🐾🦴 2mo
JamieArc I have this next up on audio. I‘ve only heard good things. 2mo
Alfoster Yes, it‘s so funny!❤️ 2mo
Cathythoughts Sounds good. I‘m looking forward to it soon 🤞🏻 2mo
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Acoleman
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Loved this book. Loved the quirky characters. Reminded me of Elenor Oliphant or Cactus or a Man called Ove. Strong quirky characters with big hearts and big messages.

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EatSleepRead
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There's been a good share of buzz over this book and it's well deserved. I enjoyed all the characters so much.

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Karons1
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“Like most stupid people mr Sloane wasn‘t smart enough to know just how stupid he was “ #stupidpeople there‘s a few around 😆but they do make the rest of us look good ! After a slow start not sure about the blatant sexism and down right nastiness but there is a point to it and once your in , your in ! It‘s fab will be one of my books of the year #gladiwasntworkinginthe50s #lessonsinchemistry #mayreads😍

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GondorGirl
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The downside of reading in the woods is that my fuzzy little friend here doesn't like when I ignore him. 🤣 🐿

#SquirrelsOfLitsy

Bookwomble 😍🐿 I love red squirrels! ❤ 2mo
MaleficentBookDragon 🐿 😆❤️ 2mo
Sleepswithbooks ❤️🐿🥰 2mo
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Nutmegnc 😱😱😱 2mo
Karisa Oh! What a face! 😍 2mo
Branwen OH MY GOODNESS! 😱 THE CUTENESS! ♥️🐹 2mo
Tamra 😂 so great! 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awwww love this!! 2mo
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Karons1
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Wer back home 🏡 our furs pleased to see us ; im back with a cold 🤧so im in bed 🛌 with my girl 🐶who is snoring 😴 her head off 😂started this last night ; hoping it lives up to the reviews , Iv felt abit let down by my recent book 📖 choices 😕only a book 📚 lover gets that 😆#bookproblems #whattoreadnext #mynextread #bookchoices

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candc320
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Lots of books came in this week, including my three #botm picks, a book for a TikTok book club I‘m joining (Theme Music), and a surprise from a Little Free Library (The Kindred Spirits Supper Club)! Excited to read all of these!

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Curvybookgirl
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Struggled to put this one down. It‘s totally worthy of the hype. It‘s a must read for me with a great cast of characters and a very clever story

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Traci1
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What a surprisingly delightful little book. I think this is my favorite of the year so far.

🧪🧪🧪🧪🧪

mcctrish It‘s such a great read!! All the emotions 2mo
lirahlu I'm so jealous of your Austen pop! 2mo
Aims42 Eeeeee, I am so pumped to read this!!! 2mo
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