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Memphis
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Donna1980
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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This book was fabulous. From the first page you are drawn in. Multiple narratives tell the tale of 3 generations of Memphis women. I love multiple narratives but these are exceptionally well done. Trigger warning some of the content is upsetting and violent.

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laurabilly13
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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1️⃣ first of 2024, a Christmas gift from my mum, picked because we had an amazing trip to Memphis in 2023 🩶 Loved these characters - strong women and a great story.

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Jas16
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Mehso-so

For the first half of this book I thought it was going to be a five star read but then I got frustrated. All of these issues and traumas are introduced but never never really delved into, Instead we are told what happens next without digging into the reasons or the ramifications. Stringfellow is clearly talented but I felt like I was given a snapshot and not the deeper portrait I was hoping for.

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NovelNancyM
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I enjoyed this novel about several generations of strong African American women who are survivors. As with many contemporary novels, this is told from multiple points of view and jumps around in time, but it was easy to follow.

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NovelNancyM
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I enjoyed this novel about several generations of strong African American women who are survivors. As with many contemporary novels, this is told from multiple points of view and jumps around in time, but it was easy to follow.

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Gissy
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I know this one has mixed reviews but I liked it, it was interesting to see this family dynamic through different generations, the romance between Hazel and Myron and how Memphis was described. However, I felt past and present were not well integrated, sometimes I felt confused where I was. I can understand that Miriam wanted to change, break the domestic violence cycle but going back to that house was a way to victimized her daughter⬇️

Gissy It was risky and it had an emotional impact in that person. Also, not accepting child support is not a matter of pride that you can raise your children alone, it is a duty every parent must accomplish to offer security to their children, it is a matter of a legal responsibility. A good ending but too risky by taking these decisions. I like that the author took her time to be grateful to the persons she felt were significant in her life.⬇️ 14mo
Gissy There are some controversies with this author about how she reacted to persons who didn‘t like or criticized her novel. So sad if that is true. She should grow through this process. I think it was expected that this novel was not in the short list (maybe the author will not like this comment either😳🤷🏽‍♀️) but I”m glad I read it because there were things I liked. 3.8⭐️
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Amiable Great review! 14mo
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First book during #AwesomeApril @Andrew65

#Women‘s Prize #LongList
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Gissy @Amiable Thank you🤗❤️ 14mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 14mo
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Chelsea.Poole
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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A difficult read in format and content. I‘m fine with switching characters and I‘m fine with flopping around through time, but this moved in such a way that I was never able to find my footing to connect well with the story or characters. That being said, I loved this family of women and the story was great. So much hardship, and great use of historical context as a backdrop. #womensprize

AmyG Took me a bit to get the characters and the sections straight. But a good book. 14mo
ChaoticMissAdventures Agree. It took me almost 3/4 of the way before I could remember who the grandma was when she came up. It was a lot of jumping around. 14mo
BennettBookworm Yes, very well put! 14mo
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Cinfhen Exactly!!! And I listened on audio which was not helpful. Ended up only a so-so for me 14mo
Chelsea.Poole @Cinfhen I listened to the audio as well which was def part of my problem. I think a read of the book would have helped 14mo
TheKidUpstairs The jumping around actually really worked for me. It felt like a family of women sitting around a kitchen table telling their stories, speaking over and through each other. I did read it as a physical book, I wonder if that made the experience easier than with an audio? 14mo
Chelsea.Poole @TheKidUpstairs yes, I think you‘re right: I would have had an easier time with the physical book for this one. I love what you said about women sitting around the kitchen table. That‘s spot on! 14mo
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charl08
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Leniverse
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Three generations of women in Memphis, TN. Simultaneously a glorious homage to black womanhood and an exposition of structural violence. There were times when the structure frustrated me - four POVs jumping back and forth in time, events and their connections parceled out bit by bit - but it did all become clear in the end.

#WomensPrize 2023 #longlist

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jlhammar
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Mehso-so

I so wanted to love this, but sadly, it was only okay for me. I appreciated the story she was telling, but didn‘t get on with the writing style. I tend to find spare, understated prose most effective. When I‘m getting poetic embellishments like “her sequin dress looking like a thousand fireflies twinkling in a southern summer field” and “watching him felt like watching sap trickle down a maple” on almost every page, I just shut down. #WomensPrize

Aimeesue I‘m with ya there. There‘s no quicker way to turn me off a book, gettin‘ all fancy with the language just cuz you can. Distracts me from the story and absolutely does not work for me. YMMV, though, as they say. (edited) 1y
Tamra Eewwww 1y
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rmaclean4
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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The writing of this family saga was heartfelt. You could feel the love this author has for her characters. It is a straightforward multigenerational tale of a black family living in a country that is deadly. Well deserved nomination for The Womens Prize and The Aspen Words Prize. 3 🌟 #52bookclub23 #womensprize #citynameintitle @Clwojick @BookBelle84 @jennifer80 @Librarybelle @triplem80 @AshleyHoss820 @LauraReads @KarenUK @britt_brooke

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TheKidUpstairs
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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There is some very difficult subject matter in this one (see TW below), but what carries you through is the overlying feel of hope and the strength that can be found in black families, women, and communities. Stringfellow has created a beautiful family of women, fully realized in all their strengths and vulnerabilities, love and rage, gifts, talents, and quirks.

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#WomensPrize #WomensPrizeLonglist23

TheKidUpstairs The jumpy timeline and POVs won't work for everyone, but I loved it. It felt like women sitting around a family table telling their stories, one leading to another, thematically linked rather than chronological. 1y
TheKidUpstairs TW: rape, domestic violence, police brutality, lynching 1y
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ChaoticMissAdventures
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Mehso-so

I am undecided on if this is a pan or so-so.
It was a BOTM book that I passed over and never would have picked up if it hadn't been long listed for the Women's Prize.
Due to my own past I avoid all books that talk about military life, especially military wives, and this starts with that life, domestic violence, and child rape. It was a tough read, but not 1 I feel I get anything out of.
+ to that continually changing choppy timelines- not for me.

Cinfhen Love this honest review 💜 1y
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Itchyfeetreader
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I really liked the strong female relationships in this one. The writing was also beautiful and created a real sense of the place. I found all the different points of view. Bit frustrating and am not convinced they came together to tell a better story than if we had kept with just one or two narrators. Still a good solid read and claiming fro #booked2023 #setintwoormoretimeperiods it‘s also going to be my US for #readingtheamericas

Bookwomble That glass is beautiful 🍸 1y
Itchyfeetreader It was better than the cocktail! @Bookwomble 1y
Bookwomble @Itchyfeetreader Ha, Ha! 😆 But also, Oh dear! 😞🍸 1y
Cinfhen Agreed 😁 1y
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BennettBookworm
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Mehso-so

Gorgeous, poetic writing. Painful, gruesome story. Can‘t say it was an enjoyable read, but I was absolutely in awe of the mother-daughter-sister bonds and found the ending especially moving.

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Cinfhen
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#WomensPrize23LongList I didn‘t love this book as much as @Cortg but it was a solid debut. My disappointment was with stylistic choices - mostly the nonlinear time jumps from multiple characters #POV, which were not easy to distinguish between. I did enjoy the audio narration. A story featuring 3 generations of southern black women with a strong bond of sisterhood.

TrishB I really liked this one 👍🏻 1y
TheBookHippie I enjoyed this one! 1y
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Megabooks I liked this but I don‘t remember much. 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I just won this one on Goodreads! If you don‘t like the book I probably will 😂😂 1y
Deblovestoread Just started this morning on audio. Liking it so far. 1y
Lizpixie 🙌🎉 1y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I won this one from Goodreads! I love about an hour and a half from Memphis and have been many times! Thank you @penguinrandomhouse so much!!

The cover is stunning!! 💙💛💜❤️💚💛🖤🤍

dabbe Sheer awesomeness. 😍 1y
ShelleyBooksie Love your flag 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @dabbe thank you Denise!! ❤️ 1y
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Cortg
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Fantastic read! The story of 3 generations of strong, black women from Memphis, TN and their ups and downs in this so called life. I really enjoyed the writing style. The chapters of each woman/narrator goes back and forth through the years and their stories are pieced together rather than going straight through a timeline. #ReadHarder23 ~listen to an audiobook performed by a POC of a book written by an AOC #Booked2023 ~featuring 3 generations

Cinfhen I just bought this audio today!!!! Excited you liked it so much 💜and hurray that it fits for so many prompts 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 1y
ChaoticMissAdventures Nice to hear! This is on the Women's Prize long list and I want to get to it by end of month. 1y
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squirrelbrain I loved this one! ❤️ 1y
Cortg @Cinfhen The audio was great. Three narrators, one was the author ❤️ 1y
Cortg @ChaoticMissAdventures I saw it was on the list. It‘s really good and a debut book to boot! I hope you enjoy it 😘 1y
Cinfhen I‘m REALLY ENJOYING the audio!!! 1y
Cortg @cinfhen Awesome! 1y
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jlhammar
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The first part of my #WomensPrize order has arrived. So excited for all of these!

ChaoticMissAdventures So excited to hear what everyone likes! I got Memphis on audio and have Bandit Queens ready to read, I love how different they all sound. 1y
squirrelbrain I just got Bandit Queens from the library, and Homesick on Scribd. Looking forward to both of them. I loved Memphis when I read it last year. 1y
MicheleinPhilly LOVED Memphis! 1y
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emmaturi
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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This was a really brilliant, moving, hard story set in Memphis. Three generations of a Southern Black family tell their stories. All the women were incredibly and inspiring.

BiblioLitten I‘m really looking forward to it. 1y
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BooksNBowls
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Please keep my city in your thoughts and prayers as they are releasing the footage tonight from the brutal beating of #TyreNichols by 5 Memphis police officers. I pray everyone stays safe and we don‘t let this destroy our city, but unite us for #JusticeForTyre. 🙏💔

Chrissyreadit This is heartbreaking. I am glad they were fired but until Police departments hold officers accountable consistently for inappropriate actions nothing will change. 1y
BooksNBowls @Chrissyreadit You‘re right! It‘s absolutely devastating and feeling like there‘s nothing you can do.. I‘m hoping this will bring forth change with the MPD. Our chief has been taking this very seriously and they already have murder charges against them, but they‘ve bonded out unfortunately. I feel like there‘s more to the story than they are telling the public. 1y
AmyG This whole thing is heartbreaking. 1y
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BooksNBowls @AmyG yep, I won‘t be watching the footage.. it‘s too traumatizing. My imagination is enough. He was a human piñata to these guys. ? 1y
SamAnne So heartbreaking. 1y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙏🏻🙏🏻 1y
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BennettBookworm
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Post 3/5
Second stop on my Hudson Valley book trail was Oblong Books in Millerton! Absolutely could‘ve spent all day there. Really effective displays with so many outward-facing books, plus a robust section with stationary, calendars, games and more. They also have an attached kids bookstore and a secondary location. I got the tagged book (by a fellow NU alum!) plus two others I‘d been itching to find!

Amiable Love it there! Did you pop into Harney & Sons across the street for some tea, too? 1y
BennettBookworm @Amiable yes!! ☺️ 1y
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MelKelsey
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Memphis is the story, spanning over 70 years, of 3 generations of black women.They face familial violence, police brutality, the cycle of poverty, and setting aside personal ambitions for motherhood.The novel jumps between time periods; the family tree in the initial pages is helpful. Not feeling invested until past the halfway mark, the novel is a slow-burn.The characters are all different but not equally dynamic.

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Grrlbrarian
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Glorious book of black womanhood and struggle for my #doublespin ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The language and imagery here are beautiful.

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2y
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eraderneely
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Finally getting to this one, in snatched moments of grandparent-childcare. Not sure what I was expecting, but interesting so far.

kaysworld1 I hope you got your card and have had a great birthday 🎂 🥳 🎉 2y
eraderneely @kaysworld1 I‘ve been in the States for Thanksgiving, but I look forward to seeing it when I get home tomorrow! 2y
kaysworld1 @eraderneely OMG that sound amazing I hope you enjoyed yourself and ate loads of food xx 2y
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peacegypsy
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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A great perspective on family and place.

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peacegypsy
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Finding a lot of good prose in “Read with Jenna” books.

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Cazxxx
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Hoping to finish up this one over the weekend, absolutely loving it so far
What are you planning to read?

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Oryx
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Wonderful.
Thanks for the recommendation @trishb

TrishB Phew….so glad you enjoyed 😁 2y
MicheleinPhilly YAY! Every time someone reads this and falls in love with it, it makes me smile. ☺️ 2y
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Oryx
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Last day of my holiday. I can think of worse plans for the evening.

squirrelbrain Enjoy! ❤️ 2y
TrishB Looks great 😁 2y
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squirrelbrain
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This book was fantastic. I couldn‘t put it down but didn‘t want it to end.

It‘s a multi-generational saga of the women in one family, across 70 years of their lives, through thick and thin. I loved all of the strong female characters and want to be friends with them all!

This will easily make my top books of 2022 list.

rockpools So much love for this one!. You‘re almost making me want to read the ARC I have 🫣 2y
Cathythoughts Great review 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
squirrelbrain You should definitely read it! @rockpools (You can add it to the eleventy-seven other books that you‘re reading!) 2y
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Oryx I've just started this one about an hour ago. So far, so great! 2y
BarbaraBB Oooh Sounds Good!! 2y
rockpools True, though! 2y
Megabooks I enjoyed this too! 2y
eraderneely Well, now there‘s no way I‘m coming out of the bookshop without this tomorrow. Been eyeing it for months and have to do a some shopping for Little Miss‘s birthday. 2y
squirrelbrain I think you‘ll love it @eraderneely and happy (early) birthday to the little one! 2y
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squirrelbrain
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#weeklyforecast

I‘ve had enough of ‘serious‘ Booker reads for now and stuck at home with a poorly puppy while hubby has gone out to a classic car show. Trying to decide which of these to start next… knowing me, probably both of them! 🤣 I‘m not sure if either of them will be any ‘lighter‘ but we‘ll see.

Having said that I‘ll still listen to Glory this week as I‘m driving to a couple of meetings, plus I‘ll carry on with Booth too….

MicheleinPhilly Poor Henry! Feel better, boop! 😘 2y
TrishB Awww, hope Henry is feeling better soon. 2y
Cathythoughts Get better Henry ♥️ 2y
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Ruthiella Hope the pup gets well soon! I have a few series I‘m reading that I can go to when I need something lighter. 2y
Cinfhen Sending pup love - and I‘ve heard good things about your tagged book 2y
LeahBergen Feel better soon, Henry! ❤️ 2y
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BookBosomed1
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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Relaxing on the patio & enjoying the sunshine as I follow along to this 🔥 of a book while listening to the audio version. It‘s a read that includes heavy topics and is beautifully written with a strong sense of place. This book is yearning to be used in educational curriculum & a book club.💥

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Julsmarshall
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Love this cover! #currentread after swimming a personal record . #BookspinBingo #BFC2022 @TheAromaofBooks @wanderinglynn

KathyWheeler Congrats on the personal record! 2y
wanderinglynn 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🙌🏻 2y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2y
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julieclair Congrats! 👍 2y
JamieArc Congrats! 🎉 2y
kspenmoll Congrats on your swimming! 2y
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SW-T
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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A multigenerational saga. Lots of highs and lows and change and grief and happiness and ultimately choosing in spite of adversity. Even though she‘s fictional, you root for Joan and want her to flourish and thrive and for her art to carve out a bright future for her.

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suvata
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• ModernMrsDarcy.com 2022 Summer Reading Guide #MMDSummerReading #MMDBookClub

This debut novel is told over 70 years from the shifting perspectives of Hazel, her daughters‘, Miriam and August, and Miriam‘s daughter, Joan. The book jumps back and forth through time as it slowly unveils the legacy each generation passes down to the next.

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MysticFaerie
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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5🌟/5🌟 I loved this book, and was sad to see it end.

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amma-keep-reading
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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I really enjoyed the story of the North women but I wish we heard more from the matriarch, Hazel and at least a chapter from the youngest (and funniest) member of the family, Mya. Also, can we have a novella about the mysterious neighbor, Miss Dawn?

As you can tell, I got attached to the characters in this book. I hope to meet them again.

Special s/o to Penguin Random House for a copy of the arc and access to the audiobook.

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TrishB
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Great read with fantastic characters and a backdrop of serious themes. Really loved it. Finished in one evening I was so engrossed!

MicheleinPhilly YAY! We can still be friends. 😉 2y
TrishB @MicheleinPhilly phew……it was a great read wasn‘t it! 2y
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LatrelWhite
Memphis | Tara M Stringfellow
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🎧Finishing up!

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TrishB
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#bookmail
Todays treats 😁

Soubhiville Yay! 2y
MicheleinPhilly 😮 TWO books I‘ve read before you???? It‘s a miracle! 2y
TrishB @MicheleinPhilly I brought one ‘cos you said it‘s the best you‘ve read this year 😁 2y
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BookwormM I enjoyed Memphis 2y
BarbaraBB I bought two of these too 🤩 2y
LeahBergen Nice! 👍 2y
TrishB @BookwormM cool 👍🏻 2y
TrishB @BarbaraBB great minds 👍🏻 2y
Caroline2 Oh good looking books. I‘m really excited about True Biz. It sounds really good. 2y
TrishB @Caroline2 it does 👍🏻 need the time to get to all the lovely books! 2y
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marleed
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I‘m not sure I‘ve ever had a grid where so many books inch there. way into an A status (4.5=A-). Thanks to public libraries for allowing me so much fun! The tagged was an important book for me to read.

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

janeycanuck I just brought Portrait of a Thief home from the library. Really looking forward to it! (edited) 2y
marleed @janeycanuck oh I‘ll watch for your review! 2y
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Christine
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This book wastes no time in tackling tough stuff on the individual, family, and societal levels and never lets up. But it‘s also super readable because of the beautifully drawn characters. I loved their story and thought it flowed really nicely, even as I was sometimes stopped in my tracks by memorable lines like “She wore concern on her face like foundation.” (Also the most moving audiobook acknowledgments section I‘ve ever heard!)

Hooked_on_books I thought this was wonderful! And I agree about the arresting sentences. Such incredible writing! I loved all the characters but really loved August. 2y
Christine @Hooked_on_books Yes! August - ❤️. I would love to know what the future holds for each of the characters! 2y
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marleed
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These three generations of women with their lives centered in Douglass, Memphis, Tennessee felt so real to me. Not a spoiler here - I can‘t imagine the dynamics of my family if our patriarch was murdered because his peers believed he had no right to be that peer.

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MicheleinPhilly
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Favorite book I‘ve read so far this year. Full stop.

TrishB What a recommendation! 2y
merelybookish Stacked! 2y
LiteraryinLawrence Wow, that‘s really saying something! 2y
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Cathythoughts Well that‘s a stack. 2y
KristiAhlers I‘ve been finding her book club books have been solid choices 2y
MicheleinPhilly @KristiAhlers She really has excellent taste! 2y
squirrelbrain Oh, now I‘m cross! I picked this up in several bookshops today, but didn‘t buy it…. 🤷‍♀️ 2y
EvieBee ❤️ 2y
marleed I just finished it, as well - so good! 2y
MicheleinPhilly @squirrelbrain Well now you must go back! 2y
Megabooks Loved this too! 2y
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S3V3N
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#ThoughtfulThursday @MoonWitch94 Thanks for the tag @Enchanted_Bibliophile
💠Memphis by Tara M. Springfellow
💠Audiobook
💠⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Tagging @ItsAnotherJen @HOTPock3tt @WorldsOkayestStepMom
💠I do, but not all books.

Enchanted_Bibliophile You're welcome 2y
MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 📚☺️ 2y
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Hooked_on_books
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Memphis follows three generations of women in the North family through traumas and joys, building their relationships and community in a way that‘s just so well done. The writing and characters are fantastic and the emotional pacing is so spot-on that it‘s hard to believe this is a debut. I do feel it lost a little strength at the end, but overall, this book is phenomenal!

Leftcoastzen 🐶👏 2y
MicheleinPhilly I‘m reading this now and absolutely loving it. 2y
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