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Girls at the Kingfisher Club
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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From award-winning author Genevieve Valentine, a "gorgeous and bewitching" (Scott Westerfeld) reimagining of the fairytale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses as flappers during the Roaring Twenties in Manhattan. Jo, the firstborn, "The General" to her eleven sisters, is the only thing the Hamilton girls have in place of a mother. She is the one who taught them how to dance, the one who gives the signal each night, as they slip out of the confines of their father s townhouse to await the cabs that will take them to the speakeasy. Together they elude their distant and controlling father, until the day he decides to marry them all off. The girls, meanwhile, continue to dance, from Salon Renaud to the Swan and, finally, the Kingfisher, the club they come to call home. They dance until one night when they are caught in a raid, separated, and Jo is thrust face-to-face with someone from her past: a bootlegger named Tom whom she hasn t seen in almost ten years. Suddenly Jo must weigh in the balance not only the demands of her father and eleven sisters, but those she must make of herself. With "The Girls at the Kingfisher Club," award-winning writer Genevieve Valentine takes her superb storytelling gifts to new heights, joining the leagues of such Jazz Age depicters as Amor Towles and Paula McClain, and penning a dazzling tale about love, sisterhood, and freedom."
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SassenachTheBookWizard
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I REALLY jived with this book and it's quite a quick read. I love reading books set in the Prohibition era. It's just utterly fascinating to see the period of rebellion & transition. I was concerned that a cast of 12 would just be too much for me to keep straight but other than Josephine and Louise, they mostly are just mentioned or are the driving force behind a decision. When they are brought up, it's emphasized which of the siblings they are

Clwojick Loved this one! 2mo
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SassenachTheBookWizard
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Random book that I found on display at the library and I'm always down to try a book set in Prohibition.

raeintheworld I love this one! 2mo
MeganAnn This is one of my favorites! ❤️👯‍♀️ 2mo
Kaila-ann Listened to it on audio and it was really good. 2mo
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Kaila-ann
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I really enjoyed this one although I was afraid that it was going to be overwhelming on audio with all of the different characters. The narrator did a fantastic job keeping everyone separate. This is a fairytale retelling of “The 12 Dancing Princesses” but set in the 1920‘s. I‘ve never read the original fairytale but I‘m fascinated by anything 1920‘s/jazz age so I gave this a shot and was pleasantly surprised. Now to find the original fairytale.

Clwojick I loved this audiobook. ♥️ 3mo
Kaila-ann @Clwojick me too 😊! 3mo
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Kaila-ann
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Finished my audiobook piddling around the house . . . Will I make it to 24 hours?? 🤔🤔

#24b4Monday #readathon

Andrew65 Best of luck in your attempt, you‘ve done brilliantly so far. 👏👏👏👏🙌🙌😊 3mo
jb72 Way to go! 🎉🎊 3mo
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imyril
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Best late birthday present: books I‘ve been wanting to read for AAAAAGES! 💝

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TheKidUpstairs
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Thanks @DebbieGrillo for the tag, and @Cinfhen for the game! These are my #Top6Reads of the first half of 2019. Anyone who hasn't shared, consider yourself tagged if you'd like!

kellyann28 I just finished the The Fifth Season trilogy and it was amazing! 3mo
Cinfhen Nice to see your list!!! What‘s new?!?? 3mo
Kalalalatja Yay, Robin Hobb! 🙌🙌 3mo
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Clwojick
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“The girls were wild for dancing, and nothing else. No hearts beat underneath those thin, bright dresses. They laughed like glass.”

I was completely surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. From start to finish, I fell in love with the 12 Hamilton sisters. With a monstrous father & a pure love for dancing, these girls fight for their future and find their true selves.❣️

AutumnRLS I picked up a copy of this recently after hearing about it on the Reading Glasses Podcast. I love fairytales reimagined. 4mo
Crazeedi I read something recently about this book. Sounds good 4mo
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Laughterhp
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I finished my 6th audiobook for #BookFitnessChallenge - which I reduced my goal to! 10 audiobooks was just too high!!

This book was really good and I really enjoyed it on Audio. I was never bored and tried to find activities to do so I could listen! It‘s about 12 sisters in the 1920s who just want to go dancing and have a strict father (some who have never met their dad). It‘s apparently based on a fairytale.

BookwormAHN Nice 👏🏻 4mo
wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 4mo
Clwojick Oooooh! I‘m going to stack it! 💙💚💛 4mo
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Laughterhp
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I was too frustrated to keep trying to make this look nicer. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Did a lot of walking. Had to go on a walk with each dog because I couldn‘t walk them at the same time.

Tried running a little longer because my end goal is to run 2 miles without stopping.

Finished 1 audiobook. I started the tagged audiobook and it is so good!! I‘m only 2 hours in and hooked!

Week 5, I won‘t be running, I‘ll be biking and walking!

#bookfitnesschallenge

BookwormAHN Great job 👏🏻 4mo
OrangeMooseReads Great Job! 4mo
UwannaPublishme Yay! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4mo
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wanderinglynn Way to go! 🙌🏻 A great week 4! 4mo
Laughterhp Oops @wanderinglynn I forgot to include my points in the post! I earned 9 points this week for a total of 88 points! 😊 4mo
britt_brooke Great work!! 4mo
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TheKidUpstairs
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1. The Girls at the Kingfisher Club has really stuck with me.
2. I'm having trouble caring about my latest book club pick, The Beach House by Mary Alice Monroe. I think it's just not for me.
3. The new Erin Morgenstern!
4. My usual goals: read at least 50 books, and read from a diverse selection of authors. I've already read 39 books, and am doing pretty well diversifying my picks!

#thursdaysurvey @laurenslibrary

audraelizabeth I use book riot's read harder challenge for diversity. 4mo
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Squidapus
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Sorry but Squidapus and I can't gush about this book enough. I was actually tearing up towards the end. My heart felt for Jo the eldest so badly and the sacrifices she had to make and things she had to do to make sure her sisters were safe and protected from their father and why she took them dancing. I won't spoil things but I loved the fairy tale ending, which could mean Disney or Grimm's. Squidapus says you'll have to read it to see which!

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Squidapus
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Wow. This book was incredible. Squidapus was drawn into it almost immediately by the direct and evocative language, the writing that allowed 12 sisters to all be recognizable individuals with so few words. A 1920s speakeasy reimagining of Twelve Dancing Princesses, with significantly less medieval misogyny (misogieval?). This book made even Squidapus' cold heart ache for these trapped and unwanted sisters. He cannot recommend this enough.

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Squidapus
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Squidapus is gonna take a little break from all the crazy fantasy and sci fi works he's been consuming lately and try out this retelling of an olde fairy tale about twelve sisters growing up in the roaring 20s. Who knows, maybe there's some magic lurking in it's pages?

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writerlibrarian
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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A wonderful tale of courage, resilience, love. All of the sisters were a whole character with layers and colours. The atmosphere of the 20s New York and use of the fairytale take you in and don't let go until the last paragrah. Loved it.
#booked2019 @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

BarbaraTheBibliophage Great photo! Which prompt did you use this for? 7mo
Cinfhen I‘ve heard wonderful things about this book!! #SoManyBooksSoLittleTime 7mo
writerlibrarian @BarbaraTheBibliophage i used new york speakeasy in the search engine of pic collage 7mo
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writerlibrarian @Cinfhen i couldn't stop reading yesterday and i finished it in about a day. It's good. 7mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Hi - I really really need to know what prompt this was for so I can track it for the first giveaway. Thanks! 😘 7mo
writerlibrarian @BarbaraTheBibliophage The fairy tale one winter 7mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Oh got it ... and of course only now do I see you mentioned it in the review. A hashtag at the end helps, though. Thanks! 😎 7mo
writerlibrarian @BarbaraTheBibliophage trying to put everything in the space allowed is sometimes hard, especially the review post. 😕 7mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @writerlibrarian I hear you. It‘s okay to add the hashtags in comments! 7mo
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Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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Part 2 of the hockey double feature. Hawks in Montreal. So far the book is good. Also new spring inspired nails. #readingandwatchinghockey

JacqMac Love the nails! 7mo
ShelleyBooksie Beautiful nails! 7mo
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writerlibrarian
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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Saturday 🏒 game. Go Penguins.
New book
#readingandwatchinghockey

writerlibrarian Puck drop in a few. Pens are frozen. 1-0 Blues. After two PP with nothing for 🐧 Blues make it 2-0. 3-0 not a good game so far. 4-0 Murray is out. Pens are bad. 🐧 are finally on the board. 🐧 didn't show this afternoon. Lost 5-1 (edited) 7mo
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writerlibrarian
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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Jazz Age, NY, retelling of a fairytale. This is my next #Booked2019. 12 #tinydancer
#marchintothe70s
@Cinfhen
@Lizpixie

Cinfhen Nice 👍🏻 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 7mo
gradcat This is a great post...both the photos & the book! 7mo
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TheKidUpstairs
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1. Gin is a food group, right?
2. I'm trying to buy less, so I haven't bought one yet. But I've been using OverDrive more so I'll tag the first one I borrowed in 2019!
3. 15, I think. Not bad for a non-American!
4. I collect old Nancy Drews, and vintage Shakespeare editions.
5. Yes! Not sure where yet, but my parents are taking the whole family on a trip at the end of the year!
@MinDea #HumpDayPost

CaroPi Gin is great. I vote for it! 9mo
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TheKidUpstairs
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My second read for #NewYearWhoDis and I LOVED it. A beautiful, engaging story of twelve sisters longing for freedom who find release in the dance halls of prohibition era New York. There is a magical quality to the writing that pays homage to the fairy tale inspiration. But there is no magic here, just a fascinating group of women and girls who use their passions and wits to survive and find joy in a seemingly hopeless situation.

TheKidUpstairs Thank you @MeganAnn for the recommendation. I had never heard of this one, and likely wouldn't have picked it up without this challenge. Now I have a bit of a book hangover! I want more of that world. 9mo
TheKidUpstairs @JazzFeathers have you read this one? Totally up your alley, I think! 9mo
TheKidUpstairs Ooh, and I can check off one for #Booked2019 - Fairy Tale Retelling! @Cinfhen @4thhouseontheleft @BarbaraTheBibliophage 9mo
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Cinfhen How awesome is that??!!?? 9mo
Laughterhp I should put this book higher up on TBR! 9mo
Crazeedi Looks good! 9mo
MeganAnn Oh I‘m so happy you like it and what a great review!! I felt the same way when I finished this one... I wanted more of that world too. I have yet to find anything quite the same, but I‘ve been adding 1920‘s era novels to my TBR in the hopes that one of them will spark some similar feels. ❤️ 9mo
VeganCleopatra I loved this one too. 9mo
Carolyn11215 Have you tried the Phyrne Fisher Mysteries? 20‘s in Australia. The Netflix series is AMAZING. My honey is starting to read through the books and assures me that they are wonderful too! 9mo
TheKidUpstairs @Carolyn11215 LOVE the tv show, but I haven't tried any of the books yet. Definitely want to! 9mo
Carolyn11215 I just got my hair cut into a 20‘s bob and bought my first cloche hat. I‘m channeling my inner flapper girl! :) 9mo
JazzFeathers @TheKidUpstairs You are definitely right! Haven't read it yet, but l have it on my TBR shelf. 9mo
monalyisha OoOoooO! Adding this to my TBR now. 🙌🏻 9mo
TheKidUpstairs @Carolyn11215 my sister bought me my first cloche when I first bobbed my hair 😁 It's such a classic look! 9mo
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wallacereads
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I can‘t sleep so figure I might as well jump into the #24B4Monday #readathon

Andrew65 Great plan. Good luck and hope you do get some sleep. 👍😊 11mo
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MeganAnn
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Finished this on Monday and forgot to post a review. This was definitely a #blameitonlitsy pick although I don‘t remember who recommended it first. I absolutely loved it! I loved getting to know the Hamilton sisters and I loved the way they followed their passions both by sneaking out to go dancing and in the ways they found their feet after leaving their father‘s house. This is now one of my favorite books!
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RadicalReader @MeganAnn gorgeous book cover wonderful phenomenal photography skills 12mo
MeganAnn @RadicalReader thank you! I love this cover 😍 12mo
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MeganAnn
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Final time for #24B4Monday was 15 hrs + 15 minutes. Not too bad with a nasty head cold- I guarantee I slept more than 24 hours before Monday so there is that 🤣😴
I did read two complete books and got about two-thirds of the way through the third (tagged book) so I‘ll probably finish that one today.
Thanks for a fun readathon!! @TheReadingMermaid ❤️📚✨

TheReadingMermaid That's amazing considering you did all that reading with a cold. You did such a great job girl!!! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 13mo
DivineDiana 👏🏻📚👏🏻 12mo
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BookishTrish
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These boots are made for walking — or they will be when I break them in. Today — OUCH! #audiowalk #weekendlibrarian

Lindy Looking sharp! 13mo
BookishTrish @lindy Thanks 💕 13mo
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MrsLee
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Starting this today. Shown with the chosen bookmark of three muses.

MrsLee Finished this in one day! A wonderful getaway on a hot and dull weekend. 1y
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JenFowler
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A story about 12 sisters (yes, I typed that right, 12🤤) who have a terrible home life. Disregarded by their tyrant of a father for not being sons, they are basically hidden away in the upstairs of their mansion, starved for outside experiences and love/affection.
They begin sneaking away at night to dance in underground style clubs. Music and dancing is their escape.
Great storyline! (Hard for me to keep all the 12 sisters straight)

Rachbb3 I loved this book! 👍🏼 2y
azulaco So, a retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses? Sounds good! 2y
JenFowler @azulaco Yes!! I ran out of space to say its a fairytale retelling. It was good. 2y
LiteraryinLititz Great review! 2y
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Christyco125
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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This was a fun and light story. What's not to love about a flapper retelling of the twelve dancing princesses. I have only one sister and she was too much growing up. I don't think I could have handled eleven. The narrator did a fabulous job of keeping the characters separate and distinct. #2017christyread #audio

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xicanti
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I'm excited I finally found my very own copy of this amazing book! It's a nonmagical retelling of "The 12 Dancing Princesses" set in 1920s New York, and it blew my mind a couple years back.

Also pictured: my ridiculous new slippers in anticipation of the coming cold.

Rachbb3 Great book! 2y
BkClubCare Cool!! 2y
readordierachel Those slippers are adorable! 2y
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JazzFeathers
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#SizzlinSummerBooks

Although l love #Retelling these are the only two l own. Recently bought and haven't read yet

KerriNTurner Love Girls at the Kingfisher Club! 2y
JazzFeathers @KerriNTurner Can't wait to read it. If only my TBR list weren't this long 😐 2y
KerriNTurner Haha I know the feeling! 😅 2y
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tracy_anne8
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It's only day 4 of July and I'm already behind on the photo challenge. I'm using this foe both #starsandstripes and #redswhitesandblues #jubilantjuly

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UnabridgedTomes
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Mark the date and time: this is the book I'm going to obnoxiously send to everyone I know and like because it's just. That. Amazing. The last book like this for me was Station Eleven.

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UnabridgedTomes
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Seriously you guys, this book is killing me with feelings.

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UnabridgedTomes
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The best beverage to sip while reading this gorgeous and fizzy (yet weep-inducing due to its glorious perfection), retelling of the Twelve Dancing Princesses (set in New York during the roaring 20s), is of course, champagne. #sorryaboutalltheparentheticals

MrBook Love this pic! 3y
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thec0zy
Girls at the Kingfisher Club | Genevieve Valentine
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Girls at the Kingfisher Club is a retelling of the 12 Dancing Princesses, which was one of my favorite fairytales as a child. Valentine does a wonderful job subverting the fairytale narrative and offering instead a novel about women claiming independence for themselves in 12 different ways.

(and Genevieve Valentine is the name her parents gave her. So cool, right?)
#marchintoreading #setinthe20s

Pic: Mr. C0zy and I dressed for his MBA dance.

Alfoster So cute! 3y
thec0zy @Alfoster thank you! 3y
LeahBergen Lovely photo. ❤ 3y
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Reviewsbylola Love this! I loved that tale as a child and my daughter's name is Genevieve so maybe I should check the book out. 3y
thec0zy @Reviewsbylola ooh maybe you should! I quite enjoyed it. I love the name Genevieve, so pretty and elegant. 3y
melbeautyandbooks Great pic! 3y
thec0zy @melbeautyandbooks thanks so much! 3y
kspenmoll Lovely photo! Both look great! 3y
thec0zy @kspenmoll thank you!! 3y
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KerriNTurner
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#marchintoreading #setinthe1920s A Jazz Age retelling of one of my favourite fairytales, The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Twelve sisters sneak out from under their father's control to dance the night away at speakeasies.

booksandsympathy This sounds so good! 3y
KerriNTurner @booksandsympathy it's a wonderful book, and the author does a great job at making twelve distinct characters that you don't get confused between! 3y
JazzFeathers It's on my TBR list. Together with many other books #SetInThe1920s ;) 3y
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AWahle
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I really enjoyed listening to this retelling of The 12 Dancing Princesses set in 1920's New York. Susie Berneis does a great job narrating. The girls have distinct personalities and I cried hoping everything worked out for them. I'm going read read Catherynne Valente's Speak Easy next because it is also 12 Dancing Princesses in 1920's New York. It should be an interesting compare and contrast. #LitsyAtoZ #LetterG #LitsyRC2 #withGirlintheTitle

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AWahle
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Loving this retellings of The Twelve Dancing Princesses! #LitsyRC2 #WithGirlintheTitle #LitsyReadingChallenge

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brennahawleycraig
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Finished my last book of #24in48 with this one. It didn't grab me at first but I was fully invested by the end. I didn't time terribly well, because I knew I didn't have enough time this weekend to make it to 24, but I'm guessing I ended at 14 or so hours. Ready to do this again when I don't have other plans! @24in48 #popsugar2017 Using this book for recommended by a librarian.

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Amy_H
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If you are looking for fun, compelling read for the new year, I highly recommend Girls the Kingfisher Club. It takes the fairy tale of Twelve Dancing Princesses and moves it to the speakeasies of 1920s New York. And Kelly Link calls it "extraordinary and marvelous".

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LindsayReads
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#FairytaleRetellings aren't much of a selling point for me usually, but I was super impressed with this book when I listened to it about a year ago. It turns "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" into Roaring Twenties historical fiction, leaving out the fantastical elements of the story but keeping it compelling all the same. I thought it would be difficult to keep track of essentially 12 main characters, but that never became an issue. #photoadaynov16

LindsayReads Image from Google 3y
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CleverGirl
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When I first realized there were twelve sisters, I thought the whole book was going to be a little too fluffy and silly, but all twelve are distinct without spreading the narrative too thin. A charming retelling of a less-well-known fairytale. Definitely looking forward to more from this author. Also, who doesn't like to think about going dancing every night? Although jujuing the night away doesn't have the same romance 💃🏻

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CleverGirl
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Thank you to whoever recommended this book! It's the perfect distraction during this distressing and stressful election night.

LindaGrace812 Loved this book! 3y
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CleverGirl

I picked this up on a recommendation, once again without reading a description. Wish me luck!

Liberty It's so good! 3y
CleverGirl @Liberty I hope so! I've been having a good run lately, I want it too keep going 🌈 3y
jessberk13 I loved this!!! 3y
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megnews
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I should have loved this retelling of a favorite fairy tale set in my favorite place (NYC) in a period I love to read about (Roaring '20s) but I can't get past the unnecessary, overused parentheses. It's making me not like the story much anymore and feel sarcastic toward the main character. I almost always finish a book, feeling I've wasted my time so far and that it has to get better but I just can't this time.

Donna_sBookMinute And that's okay. Many other good reads await. I started bailing on books about 8, or so, years ago. Noted Librarian Nancy Pearl's "Book Lust" was my wake-up. 3y
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megnews
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I almost never totally bail on a book. Even if I don't finish a book, I put it in my to be continued stack. I like the storyline and I'm going to try to finish but I feel like I'm reading a rough draft. There are 3 parentheses on almost every page. It breaks your reading flow and the parentheses don't seem necessary. I can't figure out what the author was thinking.

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megnews
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Tonight's read. When I picked up this book set in a NYC speakeasy, I had no idea it was a retelling of my favorite fairy tale, The Twelve Dancing Princesses. I'm never sure if I'll like retellings. I hope it's great! Does anyone have any recommendations for other great fairy tale retellings?

JazzFeathers I do love retellings. And l do like the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Can't wait to read this :) 3y
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brownekr
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It ate my heart the first time I read it; it destroyed me again on reread. I love this book.

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meichner87

"Sometimes, once you start being brave, it's easier to just go on that way."

Chachic I really need to read this! 3y
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LindaGrace812
Pickpick

I adored this book! It had a lovely fairytale quality ro it that I thoroughly enjoyed!

jessberk13 I read this last month, I loved it so much!!! 3y
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LindaGrace812
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I can't have another 1:00 am bedtime, more's the pity!

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jessberk13
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July was a good month! Now to set my TBR for August - something that I always do but never stick with!

CaitlinSiem You have beautiful handwriting!!! 3y
Jillsandypants I see you didn't finish the Library at Mount Char. I almost bailed several times but stuck it out hoping for a big payoff, which I never got. I should have bailed. 3y
britt_brooke I agree with @CaitlinSiem ... I wish my handwriting was that nice! 😊 3y
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Reading_E I was just listening to a podcast that recommended the Library at Mount Char! It's on my TBR: Any proxy are reason why it was a disappointment? 3y
Miznanner I bailed on Library at Mount Char too- glad to hear I was not the only one! 3y
HotTeaGoodBooks I'm curious too as Mount Char has been on my tbr list. 3y
jessberk13 @Episkounova I also heard about it on a podcast. I was really excited to read it, but I got through the first few chapters and it just wasn't my thing. I didn't really understand any of it. 3y
acc5446 I didn't realize this was a book based on a fairy tale, which is apparently one of my literary weaknesses. Sold!! 3y
jessberk13 @acc5446 yup, The Twelve Dancing Princesses. I absolutely loved it. 3y
PurpleyPumpkin Good job! Love your list. 👍🏼 3y
Laalaleighh Jumping on the your handwriting is gorgeous bandwagon! 3y
jessberk13 @Laalaleighh thank you ☺️ 3y
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