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The Change
The Change: A Novel | Kirsten Miller
Big Little Lies meets The Witches of Eastwick--a gloriously entertaining and knife-sharp feminist revenge fantasy about three women whose midlife crisis brings unexpected new powers--putting them on a collision course with the evil that lurks in their wealthy beach town. In the Long Island oceanfront community of Mattauk, three different women discover that midlife changes bring a whole new type of empowerment... After Nessa James's husband dies and her twin daughters leave for college, she's left all alone in a trim white house not far from the ocean. In the quiet of her late forties, the former nurse begins to hear voices. It doesn't take long for Nessa to realize that the voices calling out to her belong to the dead--a gift she's inherited from her grandmother, which comes with special responsibilities. On the cusp of 50, suave advertising director Harriett Osborne has just witnessed the implosion of her lucrative career and her marriage. She hasn't left her house in months, and from the outside, it appears as if she and her garden have both gone to seed. But Harriet's life is far from over--in fact, she's undergone a stunning and very welcome metamorphosis. Ambitious former executive Jo Levison has spent thirty long years at war with her body. The free-floating rage and hot flashes that arrive with the beginning of menopause feel like the very last straw--until she realizes she has the ability to channel them, and finally comes into her power. Guided by voices only Nessa can hear, the trio of women discover a teenage girl whose body was abandoned beside a remote beach. The police have written the victim off as a drug-addicted sex worker, but the women refuse to buy into the official narrative. Their investigation into the girl's murder leads to more bodies, and to the town's most exclusive and isolated enclave, a world of stupendous wealth where the rules don't apply. With their newfound powers, Jo, Nessa, and Harriet will take matters into their own hands...
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CoffeeNBooks
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Jo (the one with muscle), Nessa (the one with intel), and Harriet (the one with secret weapons) won't back down when local officials refuse to believe a string of deaths of young women are anything more than drug overdoses, so they take on the task of looking into it themselves.
#LitsyLoveReads
#ReadAway2024 #MarvellousMarch Readathon @Andrew65

5feet.of.fury I love this book! 🌱 4mo
monkeygirlsmama Had no idea what I was getting into when I picked this one up. Such a wild ride! 👍👍 4mo
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Andrew65 Excellent 👏👏👏 4mo
Yuki_Onna Wow! This looks interesting 👏 4mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 4mo
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JenReadsAlot
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CBee So glad you liked it! A favorite of mine ♥️ 4mo
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alecia3dixie
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Love love love! I loved the characters, I loved the story, and I loved everything about this book. I had to annotate this book because of how many things went straight into my heart. I love women empowerment. I love that it's saying women can talk about bad things men have done to them without saying every man is bad. We know that. But, we're still allowed to say the bad things that were done to us by men. And, so much more. 5/5!

TheIntrovertedDodoBird Great review! 4mo
lil1inblue This looks good! Stacked! 4mo
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CoffeeNBooks
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Thank you so much for the birthday gifts Amy! I'm really looking forward to reading this book, and I love the notecards! Thank you so much for thinking of me, my sweet friend! @AmyG

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💙🩷💙 5mo
catiewithac I love those notecards 😍 5mo
AmyG I hope you had a lovely birthday! 😘 5mo
CoffeeNBooks @AmyG It was wonderful, thank you so much! 5mo
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monkeygirlsmama
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I picked up this book based on the eye catching cover. A quick breeze through the synopsis told me I'd probably enjoy it or should at least give it a shot. So I did and even after a few chapters I still wasn't 100% certain if I was going to really like it enough to stick with it til the end. But I did and I did that too, and boy oh boy am I ever glad! ⤵️

monkeygirlsmama ⤴️ The Change was nothing short of amazing and completely deserving of the GMA Book Club Pick label. An utterly engaging kaleidescope of characters with stories that filtered into one main tale. This was a book you didn't want to see come to an end because while you were excited and content with the resolution you just plain and simple wanted more time with the quirky and incredible stars of the show!

Bravo, Ms Miller, bravo!! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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monkeygirlsmama
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CBee I LOVE THIS BOOK 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 6mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💜📚💜 6mo
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monkeygirlsmama
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How to tell your eyes are tired and you should probably stop reading? You read this chapter title not 1x, not 2x, but 3x before you read it correctly. According to the author the chapter is titled "The Purification of Harriett Osborne". However, were you to have asked me a few moments ago I would have told you unequivocally that it was infact titled "The Putrification of Harriett Osborne". ? I kept thinking something didn't sound quite right. ?

GingerAntics 😂🤣😂 maybe it‘s time for some sleep? 6mo
monkeygirlsmama @GingerAntics 😜I struggled on for a few more pages after this, but then I decided it was best to quit while I was ahead. As it is, I don't even remember what I read at that point. 🧐😂 6mo
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monkeygirlsmama
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1. Aside from going to work, I pretty much just sit at home since Jon died last year. However, I actually have tentative plans with one of our friends for a drink later this week which would be nice because I haven't seen any friends since August. 😞🤞

2. Tagged.

3. Quiet and Empathetic

#MotivationalMonday @Cupcake12

Cupcake12 I hope meeting your friend is enjoyable. Thank you for joining in x 6mo
andreadmw I‘m so sorry for your loss. Take care of you 🩷 6mo
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monkeygirlsmama
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I find it ironic that when I was reading Rock Paper Scissors earlier today "schadenfreude" was a word used by the author. It's a word I've heard before, but by no means common (in my experience anyways). Hence my surprise to stumble across it again just now, for the second time today, in my current [tagged] read. ??

lynneamch Seems so weird when that happens. I didn‘t hear that word until much later in life, but as a teen this quote stuck with me: In the misfortunes of our best friends we always find something not altogether displeasing to us. --Francois de La Rochefoucauld. I see the English word for it is epicaricacy. Never heard of that one, so maybe now I'll see it everywhere 🤔 6mo
CatLass007 😮 6mo
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monkeygirlsmama
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Keep seeing this one pop up, and it sounds intriguing. So... Here goes nothing. 😸

@Andrew65 #weekendreading #kindleunlimited #currentread

CatLass007 Wow. I just read the book‘s description and it sounds great. Oh, Litsy, what are you doing to my pocketbook? 6mo
monkeygirlsmama @CatLass007 LoL Right?! Thankfully I found this one on Kindle Unlimited. So many of the books on my TBR list right now aren't available there though, so hoping my library will have them cause my wallet and my bookshelves say no more vuying 6mo
monkeygirlsmama Doh, I hit the button by accident and submitted that with a glaring typo and no final punctuation. :/ 6mo
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CatLass007 I can‘t read ebooks, too much eye strain. And since I‘m in need of a new prescription for my glasses, I‘m not reading any print right now, just audiobooks. But I‘m terrible about remembering to check Libby to see what I can borrow. 6mo
CatLass007 You still can go back and edit it. 6mo
monkeygirlsmama @CatLass007 I always forget about Libby and Hoopla! That sucks about not being able to read ebooks or in print right now, but thank God for audiobooks. Good luck with getting the new glasses. I had to do that last year because mine were so out of date and I could hardly see anything with them. And my vision got way worse for upclose. In fact, it changed so much that I had to get bifocals... I'm 42! 😭😛 6mo
monkeygirlsmama @CatLass007 I thought so too, but I don't have an edit option anymore. It only gives me the option to delete, mark as a spoiler, or cancel. 🤷‍♀️ 6mo
CatLass007 It‘s weird that you can‘t edit. I think I first got bifocals when I was 40. 🤓 6mo
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Decalino
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Harriett is basically a witch, her gardening a superpower; Jo's strength is powered by red-hot rage; Nessa has the sight and can commune with the dead. All in their late 40s, these women team up to solve the murders of nameless teen girls, despite indifference and opposition from the local authorities. Light in tone but dealing with some dark subject matter, this book resonated deeply with me, a 50-year-old chaos gardener. Good stuff.

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Decalino
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"No one had seen the woman who lived at 256 Woodland Drive since early November."

This one looks like it's going to be a lot of fun!

#FirstLineFridays
@ShyBookOwl

5feet.of.fury I loved this one 6mo
Decalino @5feet.of.fury I just started it but I think I'm going to love it too! 6mo
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Crazeedi
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If you want a book that speaks to "older" women, female empowerment, a bit of herbalism and magic, and a murder mystery thrown in this is the book for you!

Megabooks This was so good! Glad you enjoyed it! 7mo
Crazeedi @Megabooks my daughter gave it to me, she said I'd love it! 6mo
Crazeedi @BarbaraBB this fits number5 #magicalrealism for #52bookclub24 ! 6mo
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BarbaraBB Perfect! I still need to read that one. I just tagged you in a post about #52bookclub24 so you can see which other people to tag. They will tag you too so we can inspire each other 💕 6mo
Crazeedi @BarbaraBB I will do that! Thanks! 6mo
Deblovestoread Great review. I still need to get to this one. 6mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 6mo
Librarybelle This is on my radar! 6mo
hissingpotatoes One of my favorite books! So glad you liked it. 6mo
Crazeedi @Librarybelle I think you will like 6mo
Crazeedi @hissingpotatoes thanks to my daughter for sharing it!! 6mo
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fredthemoose
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⭐️⭐️⭐️ There were things about this fantastical feminist revenge novel that I liked, but about 2/3 through it sort of jumped the shark for me. Bodies kept piling up and it went from fantastical to sort of ridiculous and got a little too heavy handed in making its points. Somewhere between a soft Pick and a So-So.

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janeycanuck
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We wrapped up Christmas yesterday and it was delightfully bookish! I am so excited for the Aardvark gift membership that was in my stocking! Plus, a gorgeous edition of P&P with recipes from Martha Stewart!

Also, I do not know how to feel that my husband got me a book about women gaining powers when they hit perimenopause.

MicheleinPhilly You should think he has good taste. That book is excellent! 7mo
janeycanuck @MicheleinPhilly It sounds so good, I‘m looking forward to it. But his insane giggling when he gave it to me was a little weird!! 7mo
MicheleinPhilly Men just don‘t do well with any hint of “this is about down there.” 7mo
janeycanuck @MicheleinPhilly 😂😂😂 7mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
This was so much fun!
It is about terrible things, but these three women are kick ass vigilantes. Sometimes revenge is very cathartic to read.
And Harriet is the best.
🚬 🐝 🪴 🐳 👻
#bookspin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
AmyG Agree!!! I think this would make such a fun movie. 8mo
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ItsAnotherJen
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Such an empowering book! A group of women discover they have powers once they are middle aged, find out that there are quite a few girls that have gone missing in their town. They band together to find who is at fault. I loved these strong female characters! Such badasses. Very inspirational story that I will recommend especially to women 40+.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great review!! 8mo
GondorGirl This was such a good book! 8mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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My Halloween read.

AmyG It‘s so good! 9mo
DebbieGrillo I loved this! 9mo
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Areader2
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This was a book of magic mixed with feminism, three woman each with different gifts come together to solve disturbing disappearances of young girls in a beach town, definitely some trigger warnings for violence, but overall a good book
I had planned different books for #outstandingoctober but this was a audio so it worked , two books read !

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magyklyXdelish
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This was such an amazing book, honestly. I loved these badass women. Especially Harriett. I want Harriett to adopt me. I love her 😭♥️

AmyG I loved this, too. 9mo
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DebinHawaii
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#ScarathlonphotoChallenge

I just finished a funeral scene in my current audiobook (on my #Scarathlon TBR) & there was discussion about the cardboard coffin they used & bodies going back to the earth. One of characters insisted on it before planting a very poisonous Angel‘s Trumpet “tree” above the grave. (BTW these women are not messing around!) ⚰️🌱

+6 points for Team #SpookyGhostClub 🖤👻🖤

CBee SUCH an awesome book 🙌🏻 9mo
DebinHawaii @CBee Yes! I can‘t believe it‘s taken me this long to get to it! 🤦🏻‍♀️ 9mo
CBee @DebinHawaii kinda jealous you‘re reading it for the first time. This is totally one I‘d reread! 9mo
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MaleficentBookDragon
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October #bookspin is The Change and the #doublespin is a creature feature book.
@thearomaofbooks

AmandaBlaze Amazon Originals have free creature feature stories if you have Prime. First one is Joe Hill‘s The Priam. 10mo
MaleficentBookDragon @AmandaBlaze thanks! I‘ll check it out. 10mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!! Enjoy!! 10mo
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Bklover
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#ReadingBracket2023

Well, not the best month- The Change wasn‘t a five ⭐️ read, but was the best of the bunch for September. Oh, and I hope I‘m not the only one that has a hard time getting the book pic to be that teeny tiny!

rachelk Lol I was just struggling with the book pic size. (edited) 10mo
Bklover @rachelk I‘m glad I‘m not the only one! I‘ll finally get it the right size and it‘ll be crooked🙄🧡 10mo
rachelk Same! 😆 10mo
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JillR
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3 women - approaching mid-life and all feeling unmoored for different reasons - form a friendship founded on a tragic death and their sheer rage at where they find themselves. When I say rage it‘s roaring off these pages and I enjoyed every minute of it! Only complaints - it‘s too long, some of the thriller elements caused a definite eye roll and it‘s the second book I‘ve read recently littered with mistakes, which, I admit, gives me the rage!

squirrelbrain I still have this on my TBR to read…. Although the mistakes will also make me very cross too! 10mo
JillR @squirrelbrain hopefully it was just this edition? I did get it v cheap, and the pages felt flimsy when I first picked it up, wondering if I got some early, poorly edited print? Not sure how these things work! Not literary perfection but overall a good easy read if you take it for what it is. I just started The Marriage Portrait which, although I‘m only 50 pages in, is on other level! 10mo
TrishB I don‘t remember mistakes in this- but could have just missed. I loved the rage and feminism, but yes the thriller but was occasionally eye rolling. A fun read on the feminist front. 10mo
JillR @trishb I agree completely! And perhaps I just got a dodgy edition… 10mo
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DebbieGrillo
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This was an excellent story with STRONG female characters. If you love Naomi Alderman's The Power, you will love this. I couldn't put it down!

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KT1432 I love this quote! 10mo
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Bklover
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Ended up loving this one! At about the halfway point I thought it was getting long, but I really ended up enjoying it. I have to love a book where something wonderful comes out of menopause!

wanderinglynn Wouldn‘t it be lovely to develop powers when/after going through menopause? I‘m in perimenopause & I‘d love the ability to turn some people into frogs 😉😆 10mo
Bklover @wanderinglynn Oh, hell yes!! I‘m post menopausal and the fun never ends!! Still waiting for my magical powers!🫤 10mo
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Bklover
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Started this yesterday. I‘m about halfway and it‘s starting to feel a bit long. I am loving the idea of menopausal women becoming empowered and kicking some ass, but here and there a lecture is inserted that pulls me out of the story. These women are awesome, although Harriet is my favorite! Back to my book…..

perfectsinner That cover is great, though! 🤩 11mo
LazyLibrary I loved this one. I found it fun and think it would make a fun movie! But mostly bc I would love to see Harriett brought to life! 11mo
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CampbellTaraL
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Well then! All your fantasies of retribution and burning down the sick rich pricks are right here in The Change. Women over 40 doing what needs to be done, as we do, executing justice when the legal system fails because... patriarchy.

Some parts teetered on cliche but I didn't mind. The second I felt an eye roll, the next scene hit all the points every one of us over 40 has dealt with in some form and delivered a satisfying heck yeah moment.

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Krdugan
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5
Oh. My. Goodness. This book. Top 5 books I‘ve read. FANTASTIC.

Menopause means metamorphosis for Nessa, Jo, and Harriett. Nessa hears the voices of the dead; Jo‘s rage can be channeled into energy and Harriett‘s green thumb is more powerful than the average gardener‘s. When the body of a young girl shows up, the three must use their powers to solve the case. Gives a hard look at society and what people of power can get away with.

BookwormAHN I loved this book 💜 13mo
Krdugan @BookwormAHN honestly one of the best books I‘ve read in a while, next to The Midnight Library. 13mo
BookwormAHN That was also good 😺 13mo
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Krdugan
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OMG THIS BOOK. Things I love:
•commentary on women‘s status in society
•strong female friendships
•NO FEAR in sharing their gifts/powers with each other

This book isn‘t about the acquisition of powers, but how Jo, Nessa, and Harriet use them to solve three murders.

If you like strong, female characters, a little magic, and true crime. I 1000% suggest it.

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ShelleyBooksie
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While I enjoyed the premise - women coming into powers at middle age and kicking ass- the book felt way too long.

paper.reveries That's a fair critique, it was pretty long! 14mo
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Lauranahe
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I loved this book! Murder mystery, awful men, bad-ass middle-aged women with powers, revenge…perfection.

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Chelsea.Poole
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Three women come into their own during midlife, all for a greater cause in this female-empowered mystery novel. Though I did enjoy the “out there” plot/characters and appreciate the female-centric storytelling, there was a large focus on men. Horrible men. Which took away from the celebration of women, a bit. Also, this felt like a mix between the Jeffry Epstein debacle and the book Lost Girls (tagged👇) solved by vengeful women with powers.

dabbe The flowers made me like 🌼--the book cover made me like 😱. 🤣🤣🤣 1y
CBee I‘m so glad you got to this one! Absolutely a favorite of 2022 for me 🙌🏻 1y
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LeslieO
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Wow. Poor effort by me this month. Only 6. No bingos. But I did finish my #bookspin and #doublespin. And I read 3/4 of Zero Fail. On to a more productive April! (I hope 🤞)

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Great month!! 1y
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Victoriahoperose
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I loved this book about strong women with a bit of a mystical side. The writing was excellent and the story was captivating with plenty of twists and suspense. I did feel like it was a little long and could have been cut down a bit. But, beneath the mystery was a powerful story about friendship and strength and I think this was beautiful in a lot of ways.

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LeslieO
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“No one had seen the woman who lived at 246 Woodland Drive since early November.” #FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

ShyBookOwl Such a good book! 1y
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readswellwithothers
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I didn‘t love-love this as so many others have, but I can‘t put my finger on why it was a softer pick than I thought it would be. 🤔 I found myself interested, but not always eager to know what was coming next in the plot. Still, as revenge scenarios go this is a doozie and I enjoyed the ride!

⭐️⭐️⭐️.5

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Jen2
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Fabulous!!!!

EKonrad I could totally see this one as a movie or TV series. I hope someone adapts it! 1y
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LeslieO
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@LaraReads What an amazing box of goodies! You really spoiled me! I love everything. The books, the coffee, the tea (so fun) the tote (I love a tote!), the cookies (can‘t wait to dig in). The mug is perfect. There‘s so much I could barely get it all in the picture. Thank you so much! #muglove23

Thank you for organizing such a fun swap @Cinfhen and @TheKidUpstairs

LaraReads Yay! What fun this was! ❤️☕️📪 And I also LOVE a tote! You can never have enough. Happy Valentine‘s/mug love day! 🤗 1y
marleed I love We All Love Want Impossible Things - just a beautiful story of sitting with your bestie through her final days - hard as that is. 1y
Cinfhen WOWZA!!! You were spoiled in the BEST way possible!!!!! Way to go @LaraReads 🫶🏼 1y
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Karisimo
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Many thanks to @monalyisha for hosting #AuldLangSpine it was great fun! I love your list too and would pick the tagged book!

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JenReadsAlot
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Thanks for this opportunity @monalyisha I really enjoy #auldlangspine
I've been intrigued by The Change and almost added to my #botm box yesterday but didn't!

monalyisha Tore through that one! 💜 1y
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BooksNBowls
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Strong start to my #12bookchallenge! Easily a 5 star book! ✨Murder mystery meets feminist revenge plot with a side of magic realism (my fave!) Absolutely loved it, loved the characters, loved the twists! Could see this being turned into a badass tv series, the dialogue was super witty and realistic.

readingjedi I LOVE that strawberry pot! 🍓 2y
Oryx This was a great read 2y
AmyG This book was so fun. 2y
5feet.of.fury ❤️❤️❤️ 2y
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BookBosomed1
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I have complicated feelings about this book. If you‘re looking for an unapologetic feminist book with a side of magical realism, give it a try. I enjoyed it until about halfway through. Then, I tired of the story being centered around men…even if the story was about magical and powerful women holding men who act badly accountable. Centering men when trying not to center men is a plight that many feminist literary fiction books face.

IndoorDame Thoughtful review. 2y
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TrishB
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#12booksof2022 September
Feminist, feisty fun 😁

Andrew65 Just read the blurb, this sounds brilliant. 2y
squirrelbrain I‘m looking forward to this one! 2y
TrishB @squirrelbrain oh I think you‘ll enjoy this one 🤞🏻 2y
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5feet.of.fury
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My top 10 reads of the year.
The Change has to have the top spot. I will recommend it to anyone, regardless of what kind of books they read 😂
Verity I read it &then read the special edition. It‘s so chaotic, it has some problems.. it has many problems.. but wow
Song of Achilles & ACOTAR series, #booktokmademedoit #worthit
Lavender House deserves as much hype as any of the above.
Sager‘s newest is probably the most controversial 😅 on my list

5feet.of.fury Killers of a Certain Age - I ❤️ the characters and the comraderie
Birds of California was so topical, so sweet
The Vanishing Half was outstanding. Def the smartest thing I read all year.
Firekeepers Daughter was a great coming of age story, which also shed light on current struggles of First Nations people.
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wanderinglynn Awesome! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
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kplovesbooks Sager's newest made my top 6! 😁 2y
5feet.of.fury @kplovesbooks Nice! The twist had some divided responses, but I really loved it! 2y
kplovesbooks @5feet.of.fury Same! It just worked very well. I wouldn't have believed such a twist could work so well had I not read it myself! 2y
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kimmypete1
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My 2022 Bracket for Book of the Year. I read a lot of good books this year, but The Change blew me away. Firekeeper's Daughter was a very close second.

Rehesina I love this idea! I‘ll try this out in 2023! 2y
5feet.of.fury 2 amazing books battled for the top spot! 2y
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The Change: A Novel | Kirsten Miller
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#12BooksOf2022 @Andrew65 This was just a fun and entertaining female empowerment manifesto 🙌🏻 I‘d love to see another book with this crew. A modern day Witches of Eastwick 😄

squirrelbrain I have this on my physical TBR shelf - really looking forward to it! 2y
TrishB In my top 22 😁 loved it. 2y
Cinfhen It‘s fun @squirrelbrain It made my #Top22Of22 too @TrishB 💪🏽 2y
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Andrew65 You are nominating some great books. 2y
Cinfhen Thanks @Andrew65 I love picking a favorite of the month!! It helps to narrow my choices 2y
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Me too, and also love reflecting on my reading year and using it to help frame my reading decisions for next year. 2y
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