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I Have Some Questions for You
I Have Some Questions for You | Rebecca Makkai
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In the riveting new novel from the author of the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award finalist The Great Believers, a woman must reckon with her past when new details surface about a tragedy at her elite New England boarding school A fortysomething podcaster and mother of two, Bodie Kane is content to leave her past in the past--the family history that marred her adolescence and the murder of one of her high school classmates, Thalia Keith. Though the circumstances surrounding Thalia's death and the conviction of the school's athletic trainer, Omar Evans, are the subject of intense fascination online, Bodie prefers--needs--to let sleeping dogs lie. But when she's invited back to Granby, the elite New England boarding school where she spent four largely miserable years, to teach a course, Bodie finds herself inexorably drawn to the case and its increasingly apparent flaws. In their rush to convict Omar, did the school and the police overlook other suspects? Is the real killer still out there? As she falls down the rabbit hole she was so determined to avoid, Bodie begins to wonder if she wasn't as much of an outsider at Granby as she'd thought; if, perhaps, back in 1995, she knew something that might have held the key to solving the case. One of the most acclaimed American writers working today, Rebecca Makkai has reinvented herself with each of her brilliant works of fiction. In I Have Some Questions for You, she has created an irresistible mash-up of a classic boarding school novel, a transfixing mystery, and a deeply felt examination of one woman's reckoning with her past--how our perceptions of who we were shape who we are, and how we can learn to let go. Timely, hypnotic, and populated with a cast of unforgettable characters, it is her finest achievement yet.
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RaeLovesToRead
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I'm a bit speechless. And emotional. And just... processing.

There is so much to unpick here and I am unequal to the task!

Tremendous mystery novel with dark academia vibes that is strongly rooted in reality and explores issues of race, class, privilege, exploitation, and power dynamics.

Manages to be both a pulse-raisingly compulsive whodunnit and a nuanced, highly-charged political discussion (think Yellowface / Such a Fun Age).

Wow.

Branwen YASSSSS! 😎👍🏻 I feel so proud that I was the one that recommended this to you! And that you liked it! 🥰 It's definitely in my top five reads of the year so far! 💕 2mo
Suet624 I don‘t know why I thought this book was about something completely different. 2mo
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AnneCecilie
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Bodie is on her way to Granby to teach how to make podcasts and movie history to some of the school students. The only this is that Bodie herself was a student at the school a long time ago and then her roommate was murdered. So returning to Granby has Bodie thinking about then. Then one of her students in the podcast class decides to look into the murder as well.

Will this reveal anything new? Did they catch the right person all those yr ago?

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RaeLovesToRead
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"We didn't have to drop everything to watch then, which was the usual expectation...

What bothers me now is those boys internalising GIRLS AS AUDIENCE, there only to act as mirrors, to make their accomplishments realer."

?????? 100%

Branwen RIGHT?! 2mo
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RaeLovesToRead
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#pop22 - recommended by a librarian @Branwen my wonderful librarian buddy!!! 🫂💕

I am loving this so far. Wasn't sure what to expect, because I went in without reading anything about it, but am thrilled that it's looking like DARK ACADEMIA!!!!!!

@Megabooks @jenniferw88 @BarbaraBB @KarenUK @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @MissHel @AshleyHoss820 @Ruthiella @OriginalCyn620 @BookBelle84 @graciouswarriorprincess @WJCintron @Branwen @BarkingMadRead

Branwen YASSSSSSS! 🥳🎉🎉🎉 I'M SO EXCITED! 3mo
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JackOBotts
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My first exposure to Makkai, certainly won‘t be my last. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

April #doublespin (Kindle Read)

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3mo
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Kaylamburson
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I enjoyed this despite it being a slow read. I live on a boarding school campus, so it was extra interesting to see that perspective through the MC‘s eyes. I needed to know who the killer was and it felt a bit like a true crime novel itself.

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Areader2
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This was a slow burn but very worth all the layers unfolded in this dark academia, murder mystery the story revolves around and is narrated by Bodie a true crime podcaster, she is asked to teach a class at her alma mater that brings up her past time at the school and a mystery of its own that has haunted her much was wrapped up in this story and brings so much to light on many topics but was so well written
#MarvellousMarch#Readaway2024

DieAReader 🥳❤️‍🔥Awesome!! 4mo
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BookishTrish
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Podcaster Bodie returns to her former boarding school and wades deep into the murder of her former roommate.

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Branwen
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Rebecca Makkai was just such a lovely person! I'm glad I got the chance to meet her and tell her how much I love her work! 🥹💕📚

vivastory 👏👏📚 5mo
kspenmoll Yay! Great photo-lucky you! 5mo
AnnCrystal 👏😯📚😉👍. 5mo
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Crazeedi Very awesome!! 5mo
Leftcoastzen Wow , that‘s great! 5mo
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Branwen
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Last night was the Rebecca Makkai author event at my local bookstore! It was for sure the most chill author that I have ever attended! There were only about 30 people there total, and I got to sit in the front row! She talked for a little bit, read from the tagged book, answered questions, and then signed everybody's books! This was actually my first time at this bookstore since it opened, and I'm already obsessed! 💕📚

vivastory Sounds like a blast 📚📚 5mo
Branwen @vivastory it was really fun! And I'm so glad I found a new bookstore to love! 📚 5mo
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Branwen
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FRIENDS, I HAVE THE MOST EXCITING BOOKISH NEWS EVER! 💕📚💕📚💕📚

On February 21st a bookstore near me is hosting Rebecca Makkai! AND I'M TOTALLY GOING! 🥰 I'm not sure yet if she'll be signing books or if it's just a talk, but either way I'm so hyped for this! I Have Some Questions For You was one of the best books I read last year!

Scochrane26 I would love to meet her. So glad you get to go! 5mo
Hooked_on_books That‘s so cool! She‘s a great writer. 5mo
Meshell1313 Awesome!! 5mo
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kspenmoll Fantastic! 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Fun!! 🎊🎊 5mo
vivastory How fun! Love a good reading 5mo
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5feet.of.fury
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I liked this, it‘s not what I expected. Some parts felt a bit long and flat, but I liked the MC -imperfect as she was in many of her actions & responses, her reminiscence of high school around the time period was sometimes cringingly familiar. Bodie Kane returns to teach a journalism course at her old high school, her students investigate the death of her roommate there in the 90s, through the lens of more social awareness in the BLM & #metoo era.

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ncsufoxes
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It‘s a low pick for me. Great Believers is one of my very favorite books, so I had high expectations for this one. It was ok but not a top pick. I liked the insight into the criminal justice system & how hard it can be to actually free an innocent person. How police were under pressure from the family & school to find a suspect. Bodie Kane starts to question the death of her former roommate when she goes back to her former boarding school to teach

ncsufoxes a class. While there she starts to question what really happened & asks questions she didn‘t think of as a teen. There are some interesting parts but probably too long of a book. Some parts seemed a little disconnected. Book 2 of #24in2024 #bookspin 6mo
CBee I agree that it was too long! 6mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 6mo
AmyG I expected so much more because of the Great Believers. It was a low pick. 6mo
Jas16 I keep moving this one higher on my TBR and then reading reviews like this one and pushing it right back down. 6mo
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Victoriahoperose
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I was really looking forward to this book, but it‘s a pass for me. It was way too long and drawn out. Nothing happened for so long. It pulled you in with the premise of a murder and finding out what really happened and then just drug on for so long about so much that really didn‘t enhance the story. This needed to be cut down by a lot and refined. It just wasn‘t for me.

dabbe #hailthebail! 🖤🐾🖤 6mo
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DGRachel
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I‘m fascinated by the mixed reviews of this one. I enjoyed it, and while I can see that some elements were unnecessary, it never felt bogged down to me. The audiobook narrator is great. It touches on a lot of issues, but what I liked most was watching Bodie‘s perspective shifts as she uncovered new-to-her details of the people and events surrounding the murder of her boarding school roommate. #auldlangspine

Melismatic Yes! Throughout I kept expecting Bodie to be directly connected in some way. It was one of the few mysteries I read last year that kept me super engaged the whole way through. 6mo
Chelsea.Poole I agree, I thought this was great! 6mo
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LeafingThroughLife
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I couldn‘t put down this story of high school misfit Bodie Kane returning to her boarding school alma mater as a teacher. As Bodie reflects on her time at school and finds herself re-investigating a classmate‘s murder, Makkai adroitly plumbs the depths of traumas big and small. I was captured by the mystery but it‘s the deep dive into violence against women, validity of trauma, cancel culture, and justice system bias that will stick with me.

LeafingThroughLife My last #bookspin of the year. Going out on a high note! 7mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 7mo
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MMFinck
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Good. Definitely could‘ve been shorter. The lover was an unnecessary character unless I missed something there. Solid enjoyable read.

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BarbaraBB
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I understand the mixed reviews about this book but it did work for me. I enjoyed the meandering of the various storylines. Especially the main one, about the murder of Thalia in 1995. Bodie was her roommate and is now a true crime podcast host, who returns to their former boarding school to teach a class. She has to face the past and the maybe wrongly conviction of Omar for the murder.

squirrelbrain Glad it worked for you! 9mo
Centique I liked it too! 9mo
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CaitlinR
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Thalia Keith, a teenaged boarding school resident, is murdered after her performance in that year‘s musical. One of the few black staff members on campus is convicted and has served years in prison. Bodie Kane a tangentially involved student has been obsessed and, now an adult, has an opportunity to right wrongs. Set in the “me too” climate. Adults acting like bumbling teenagers. I almost bailed. At least the end wasn‘t neat. Not her best work.

CaitlinR Photo of the author by Brett Simison 9mo
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Anna40
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I bail at p168.Maybe I should hang in there?Makkai addresses sexual assault,femicide&how terribly normal it is(she lists numerous cases).The story is engaging, well written, with complex characters. But to me it‘s overwritten &what made me throw in the towel -because it‘s too much! - are the subplots (the narrator‘s husband and lover). Not interested in that at all. I might get back to it or read her short stories but right now - nope.

ChaoticMissAdventures I bailed too. It was just so slow, I couldn't get into anything that was going on. Her Great Believers is one of my all-tie favorite books, but this one was not for me. I do wonder if it is better in audio, since it surrounds podcasting. 10mo
Anna40 @ChaoticMissAdventures I tried. I really did because the premise is great but I couldn‘t hang in there. I‘ll try Great Believers and I think there are a few of her short stories in the New Yorker my library doesn‘t have her collection. Thanks for the tip. 10mo
Anna40 @ChaoticCactus oh and I tried audiobook as well but found myself drifting off even more than with the print version 10mo
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REPollock
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This is so good, a Secret History for the 21st century. Absolutely dove down the rabbit hole of this fantastic propulsive fevered novel.

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Kristy_K
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Soft pick.

I liked the plot, but there was so much unnecessary things in here; it could have been shorter. Also, the word “said” is used way way too much.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

#botm

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“It was easier to believe she was lying than that lightning loves a scarred tree.”

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Julsmarshall
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Wow! I‘ve seen mixed reviews for this one but I thought it was well plotted, compelling and the right parts mysterious and thrilling. So good! #BookspinBingo #BOTM @TheAromaofBooks

BkClubCare Me, too! So interesting how she crafted and constructed the plot. 11mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 11mo
SamAnne I‘m really looking forward to this read. 11mo
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AlizaApp
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A true crime podcaster goes back to teach a class at the elite New England boarding school where she was once a student, only to revisit the case of a murdered classmate that she had long since considered solved. A great critique on true crime as a genre (though I do love it), and on the way communities can be complicit in violence even when they are not aware they‘re doing it.

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BkClubCare
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I am reading I Have Some Questions For You and always like to have at least one Litsy post for every book I read (true goal is a Blurb/Quote/Review for every book!! You, too?) and I also want to show everyone my pies. This is a No-Bake Watermelon Pie and it was SO good! Happy last week of August 2023!
#CaresPieShow #ILovePie

Julsmarshall I‘m reading this right now too! I wish I had some pie as well 😍 11mo
dabbe Hello, sweet, sleepy pup! And I never knew you could make a watermelon pie! It looks delicious! 🖤🐾🖤 11mo
Larkken The pie looks fab! I want some too 😋 11mo
bthegood that pie looks like a perfect end of summer treat - 😋 11mo
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Julsmarshall
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Laps done, new pool book begun . . .

KathyWheeler Your pool looks so pretty. I think it‘s been more than a year since I swam; I need to get back to it. 11mo
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ImperfectCJ
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1. This week! Today for my younger kid, Thursday for my young-adult kid, and Saturday for me. I'm already exhausted. How long until winter break?

2. I Have Some Questions for You by Rebecca Makkai.

Thanks for the tag, @The_Penniless_Author !

@TheSpineView #Two4Tuesday

TheSpineView Thanks for playing! 😊 11mo
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CBee
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1. For my oldest, it started July 10 (Montessori); for my youngest, it started August 10 🏫 ✏️
2. Tagged! Read recently and really liked it 👍🏻
Thanks for the tag, Randy! @The_Penniless_Author #Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView
I‘ll tag @Amiable @Librariana @dabbe 😊

TheSpineView Happy Tuesday and thanks for playing! 11mo
dabbe Will do; thanks for the tag! 🩵🖤💙 11mo
Amiable Thanks for the tag! 11mo
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batsy
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I thought this was good & ambitious, but a low pick because the length of the book, with the story being extremely drawn-out, isn't really worth what little it finally ends up saying about most things. This is an "issues" book, but for a terminally online person like me it feels like a rehash of a twitter thread or an online article, without a satisfying payoff. Litfic writers doing genre shouldn't be afraid to go big with plot like Birnam Wood!

batsy I feel like this is my issue with a lot of "issues" contemporary fiction, ha! A lot of of the narratives focus on trying to make social justice points, but we can get that from nonfiction, or from daily life & activism & political engagement? In fiction it's time to make the story count for something significant. I guess? 11mo
The_Penniless_Author ?☝️ Why choose fiction as your method to get across a particular point if you aren't going to focus on the things that make for good fiction - plot, descriptive language, sharp dialogue, well-developed characters, etc.? I have the same problem with a lot of conceptual art. If the aesthetics suck and the piece isn't technically skillful, then what was the point? May as well just write the "concept" on a 3x5 card and be done with it. 11mo
batsy @The_Penniless_Author Good point! I have some contradictory (perhaps 😅) ideas about this. I love authors experimenting & doing plotless novels; if it works, it works. But I think when it's litfic borrowing genre tropes (like say from crime fiction, in this one) but somehow thinking it can be a series of incidents with no actual plot, then it becomes a bit... Hmm. Lazy? At times. 11mo
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The_Penniless_Author Oh, I agree totally. I enjoy experimentation and don't think plot necessarily needs to be the primary focus of a book. But the book has to succeed as a work of art on its own merits. If the only positive one can name is the underlying social/political message, then it's not a good book. Like if the theme of a book is "racism is bad", well, great, I agree, but why convey that through a poorly executed novel? Why not just tweet it? ? 11mo
batsy @The_Penniless_Author Yes, absolutely! 11mo
squirrelbrain Great review! I felt that this one was too long, as well as lazy in places. 11mo
Billypar Yeah, I see something similar to what you're describing in some nonfiction too - I had to reconsider reading an essay collection recently. With NF it's not the same problem as having a fictional narrative to do justice, but I prefer essays where the author is grappling with a challenging issue from many angles, not just delivering a screed against the prevailing political climate (no matter how much I agree with the sentiment). 11mo
BarbaraBB I haven‘t read this book yet but I couldn‘t agree more with the topic you state. Social justice issues just for the sake of it feels lazy and I often feel like “oh I should like this because of this theme but I didn‘t, does that make me bad?!” I love more subtlety like Birnam Wood indeed and Migrations. 11mo
batsy @squirrelbrain Thank you! I did get antsy towards the last quarter and that's when I felt like it was not going anywhere particularly revelatory. 11mo
batsy @Billypar Yeah, totally. With nonfiction I'd like to see some thinking through the issue that isn't already cookie-cutter and media-ready. With fiction I think just making us feel for the character and situation can count for something, but this book had so many things going on it became diffuse. 11mo
batsy @BarbaraBB Oh yeah, great point. I've felt that. The flipside makes me wonder if a book becomes overpraised because even though it might not be a good book, people don't want to say they didn't like it in case others misconstrue then as being against the subject 🥴 11mo
BarbaraBB I am almost sure about that unfortunately 11mo
sarahbarnes I love this review so much! I‘ve avoided this book due to mixed reviews on it. I think your review is one of the most informative I‘ve seen, so if I do decide to read it I‘ll know what I‘m getting into. 11mo
batsy @sarahbarnes Thank you! Makkai sets up the story really well, and I couldn't put it down for the first half, but I felt it was a rehash of themes to say "Life is bad and unfair and all these things exist" when I was expecting a satisfying story. 11mo
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Morton7
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4🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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wideeyedreader
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Book club pick! I really liked this one; though I didn‘t think the ending was very satisfying. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️😭

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Tara
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Loved this one! A 40 something woman returns to her boarding school to teach a class, and ends up digging into a murder that happened while she was a student. I thought Makkai skillfully weaved together a compelling mystery while also exploring what it means to be “into” true crime and the ramifications it can have on victims and their families.

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AmyK1
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I read this for book club and really liked it. It was long but drew me in from the beginning and I had a hard time putting it down. Can‘t wait for our discussion next week!

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CBee
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This was a bit ramble-y and drawn out at times, BUT I really liked it. I appreciated how the book brought more attention to crimes committed against women - how so many remain unsolved or not even investigated, how so many victims never get justice. I‘ll admit I wanted the ending to turn out differently (who wouldn‘t?), but admire how it wasn‘t really “resolved.”

Branwen I absolutely LOVED this book! 😍 12mo
CBee @Branwen it was pretty great 😊💚 12mo
AmyK1 I just finished this and completely agree! 12mo
CBee @AmyK1 how cool we were reading it at the same time! 👏🏻👏🏻 12mo
AmyK1 @CBee 😁❤️ 12mo
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ChaoticMissAdventures
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😂😂😂😂

I have never in my wildest moments thought about emailing an author, much less emailing them over something like this.

jlhammar Oh my gosh, that‘s hilarious. 12mo
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ashleyn
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A high school misfit (much like myself :), begins digging on a murder at her high school some 20 years later. With the help of young, fresh eyes, they uncover some new but very plausible suspects.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

7/2023

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thegirlwiththelibrarybag
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Stepping outside my comfort zone and what a delight! I‘ve been moving this weekend, and it got to the point where I just had to know how it ended, so I almost fully finished unpacking all the kitchen boxes while listening to this.

There was a lot going on - but I love a book that delves deep into the why of ‘why do people do the things they do?‘ - the Miss Marple in me was absolutely enchanted.

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emmaturi
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I really enjoyed this book. It's quite gripping and moving. Bodie Kane goes back to teach at the school she went to, where her roommate was murdered. She begins to wonder if the man convicted is actually innocent. She begins to investigate alongside some students.

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Amiable
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My FICTION bracket for June was more of a default because I mostly read nonfiction and the tagged book was the best of the 3 fiction books I did complete. It was a decent read but no match for “The Covenant of Water,” which moved all the way to the semifinals against “The Latecomer.” It was a tough decision because I loved both books. But the scope and sweep and beauty of “Covenant” tipped the scale and propelled it into the finals.

BkClubCare A friend of mine just rec‘d Questions AND Covenant. So, now I have to read both asap! 11mo
Amiable @BkClubCare And then you can decide which one would win in your bracket! 🙂 11mo
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LiteraryinLawrence
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This was great! I did part of it as an audio book and the rest in print. Other than one recurring stylistic thing that I found mildly annoying, I liked the writing style, and I definitely got invested in the characters and dual timeline story. Even though it was over 400 pages, it felt like a fast read. I recommend it!

ChaoticMissAdventures Her Great Believers is one of my all time favorite books, I really struggled to get into this one though, I might have to try it on audio! 13mo
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CatMS
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Finally after waiting for months I was able to pick up "I Have Some Questions For You" by Rebecca Makkai from my local library. Absolutely loved "The Great Believers" and believe it should have won the Pulitzer Prize. It along with "The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Clay" are two of my favorite books of all time and I highly recommend both.

jlhammar I'm excited for you! I thought this was fantastic. I've enjoyed all of Makkai's books and I love that they're all so different. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay is a favorite of mine as well! 13mo
CatMS Finished and loved it 13mo
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amyrohn
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This book is expertly written and has a lot to say. The characters, especially protagonist Bodie, felt so alive and really came off the page. Everyone is flawed, messy, and complicated. The central mystery focuses on the murder of Thalia Keith, and whether or not the person convicted actually did it, along with plenty of themes on social justice. This was sometime overshadowed by various subplots, but overall I enjoyed this one. 4/5⭐️

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Eggbeater
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I had a strong opinion about every character in this story. It turned out I was wrong about a few of them. I really liked the particular "voice" that the author used for Bodie. I just like HER. The ending of the mystery was very New Hampshire. I appreciated the insight into the justice system.

I gave this book 5 stars. I would recommend it. It is not fast-paced or a thriller, but it is a really good story.

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MicheleinPhilly
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I loved The Great Believers so to say I was looking forward to this is a massive understatement. Sadly, I was underwhelmed. I didn‘t dislike it, I just wish it had been tightened up a bit. It seemed to go on FOREVER and she wasted too much time on tangents that brought nothing to the central arc. I‘m glad this was a #BorrowNotBuy.

Christine Same here re: Great Believers, and I DNFed this about 20% in. 😕 13mo
Bklover Good to know! 😊 13mo
squirrelbrain My thoughts too! 13mo
sarahbarnes This is disappointing to hear - I was looking forward to this one. 13mo
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MicheleinPhilly
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This just made me laugh out loud. When I lived in Los Angeles, my mother did the exact same thing. 😂

RowReads1 My Grandpa would call every time there was an earthquake anywhere in California. 😆 14mo
Soubhiville Ha! Flooding or tornado in Texas, my mom and aunt call. Gotta love your older family members! 14mo
MicheleinPhilly @RowReads1 @Soubhiville Me every time: “Do you know how big this state is???” She also had a tendency to call me at 7 a.m. on Sundays. When I would answer the phone in a sleep fog, she would say: “Michele, it‘s 10:00, why are you still sleeping???” I‘d remind her of the time difference and she‘d say: “Oh that‘s right, I forgot” and then just launch into a conversation anyway. 🙄 14mo
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Kristelh
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#bookspinbingo #june2023
#bookspin Dispatches by Herr
#doublespin Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! Looks fantastic!! 14mo
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