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The Story of a New Name
The Story of a New Name: Neapolitan Novels, Book Two | Elena Ferrante
The second book, following last years My Brilliant Friend, featuring the two friends Lila and Elena. The two protagonists are now in their twenties. Marriage appears to have imprisoned Lila. Meanwhile, Elena continues her journey of self-discovery. The two young women share a complex and evolving bond that brings them close at times, and drives them apart at others. Each vacillates between hurtful disregard and profound love for the other. With this complicated and meticulously portrayed friendship at the center of their emotional lives, the two girls mature into women, paying the cruel price that this passage exacts.
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LeahBergen
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Well, I finally remembered (when I was in between books) that I wanted to continue on with this series.

Why did I wait so long? I‘m about 100 pages in and right back in Naples with Elena and Lila. 👍

Crazeedi Loved this series 2mo
Leftcoastzen I need to get to the third book . 2mo
Ruthiella I loved these books too. 2mo
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EvieBee Nice! I promised myself I‘d finally start this series this summer. 2mo
Cathythoughts So good. ♥️ 2mo
batsy I very excitedly bought the whole series. Have I started? Nope. 🙈 But I'm glad to know I have something good waiting! 2mo
zezeki I finished this series couple of days ago, it's so good! 2mo
Tamra I believe I tried the first and put it down. So many have loved it that I think I need to give it another chances 2mo
jlhammar I love this quartet so much! Glad you're enjoying book 2. 2mo
LeahBergen @Crazeedi @Ruthiella @Cathythoughts @zezeki @jlhammar I‘m really enjoying it and have promised myself to read books 3 and 4 a lot sooner! 😆 2mo
LeahBergen @Leftcoastzen I‘m going to force myself to not wait so long again between books. 🙄 2mo
LeahBergen @EvieBee It would make a great summer reading project. 👍 2mo
LeahBergen @batsy 😆😆 Yes, I read the first and bought the other three and then… well, you know. 2mo
LeahBergen @Tamra I remember finding the feel of the first one different to anything I‘d ever read before. Give it another whirl someday. 😊 2mo
MicheleinPhilly I read the first 3 all in a row 3 or 4 summers ago. I have no idea why I stopped but now I have to start all over again. 👵🏼 2mo
LeahBergen @MicheleinPhilly I was thinking I should watch the first season of the miniseries to refresh myself. You could watch the first 3 seasons before reading book 4. 😆 2mo
CarolynM I liked the first one, but not enough to go on to the second. I thought it would be more of the same. Maybe it‘s been long enough now that I‘m interested to try number 2… 2mo
Ruthiella @CarolynM It is more of the same. Really all four books make up one really long novel. I became totally invested in Lina and Lenu‘s lives. 2mo
janeycanuck That reminds me… it‘s been years since I read Book 3 and I still haven‘t picked up 4. 2mo
Suet624 Hmmm… made it they 2and now I can‘t remember why I stopped. 🥴🤷🏻‍♀️ 2mo
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WellReadCatLady
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I was surprised I liked this one just as much if not more than the first book.

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zezeki
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Book two in Neapolitan novels finished! I loved this one as well! Honestly, these books are so good! Ferrante has such vivid and captivating style, it's so raw and honest. I'm so glad I started reading these books, they're worth the hype, for me at least. 📚📚📚

Ruthiella I loved all four! Definitely worth the hype IMO. 5mo
ladym30 I love these books!❤️ 5mo
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Taylor
Story of a New Name | Elena Ferrante
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You heard of “Bieber fever,” like for Justin Bieber fans? I guess I have Ferrante fever. But seriously this was such a gratifying reread. The beach episode had stayed with me, but for the most part I had forgot how it really went down. One great thing about this series is how political it gets, with the political ideas being ramped up since they‘re no longer children. Anyway these are such a nice blend of the literary and entertaining.

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zezeki
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I just want to take a moment to appreciate Ferrante's writing. I can't remember the last time (apart from My Brilliant Friend) I've read something so immersive, so vivid, and so addictive. The characters are so beautifully fleshed out and real, and the story itself moves in an easy, fluid way. I started reading this today in hopes of reading just a few chapters and I ended up reading 80 pages, because I couldn't put it down. 📚📚📚

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Taylor
Story of a New Name | Elena Ferrante

Now book two is sweeping me away. I just want to read all of Ferrante‘s books, from the Neapolitan novels and beyond.

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zezeki
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Two new books from the library! My libary has so many new books, many of them from my TBR, and others look and sound good, and I have that desire again to read every single one of them after a year-long meh feeling about books! 📚

P. S. While I wasn't particulary keen on reading books last year, I was really into buying them. Bought so many that most of them is stacked under my bed because I don't have shelf space nor room for any more shelfs.😅

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🤣🤣🤣 6mo
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sprainedbrain
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It‘s been more than 4 years since I read My Brilliant Friend, but I finally got to the second book… and I‘m wondering why it took me so long.

Masterfully written and just completely absorbing, with some of the most complicated characters I‘ve read in a long time. I didn‘t want to do much of anything until I had finished, and I don‘t think I will wait nearly as long to read the third book. 😉

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

My #Booked2021 #CharactersAreFrenemies book

Cinfhen Yay!!!! I stopped after book one but maybe I should continue on in 2022?!??? 8mo
jdiehr Such a great series 8mo
Cathythoughts I loved this series ❤️💔 8mo
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LeahBergen I‘m in exactly the same boat! I read the first one several years ago, immediately bought the other three and… 🤷🏻‍♀️. What‘s wrong with me? I think I‘ll make it my 2022 resolution! 8mo
LeahBergen @Cinfhen I hear you!! 8mo
LeeRHarry Enjoyed this series and the HBO/RAI adaptation 😊 8mo
Cinfhen Of course I barely remember book one @LeahBergen 🤪 8mo
sprainedbrain @Cinfhen @LeahBergen I had to refresh myself with an internet synopsis of the first book before I started, but it all came back. 😆 We should all finish the series in 2022! 8mo
sprainedbrain @LeeRHarry Part of my motivation for reading more was my self-imposed rule about reading before watching… I want to watch the series. 😉 8mo
Cinfhen I‘m up for that Jenni @LeahBergen The Neapolitan quartet in 2022 8mo
DrexEdit I've been dragging my feet because I don't want the series to end! I'm on book 3 now too. Once I finish all 4 I'll probably immediately start a re-read. 8mo
LeahBergen @Cinfhen @sprainedbrain Good idea to read a synopsis! 😆 And yes, this will be our year for finishing it 💪 8mo
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sprainedbrain
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These books are so, so good…

But I‘m starting to wonder if I‘m supposed to hate Lila with the heat of a thousand suns or if I‘m just doing this wrong?

Because I didn‘t really like child Lila, and I really, really don‘t like ‘grown up‘ married teenager Lila. Ugh.

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merelybookish Lila is complicated. Lenu doesn't even like her sometimes. 9mo
Ruthiella @merelybookish Agree. I didn‘t like Lenu all the time either. But I loved this quartet. 9mo
sprainedbrain @merelybookish @Ruthiella I‘m not sure I ‘like‘ either of them but I love these books… always a little jarring to find so much reality in fiction. 9mo
merelybookish @ruthiella @sprainedbrain This quartet is amazing! And having difficult, complicated, compromised women characters is part of that! 9mo
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DrexEdit
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Squeezing in my #BookReport for October before November is over! I managed to read a lot of books in October. I also read a lot of really good books in October! A good reading month!

@Cinfhen

Cinfhen I have an ARC for this one 👉🏽How was it!??! 9mo
Cinfhen Great month!!!! 9mo
DrexEdit @Cinfhen I really liked it. I have a review somewhere in my feed. Good enough that I want to read Weike Wang's other book. 9mo
Cinfhen I liked this one, it was quirky 9mo
DrexEdit @Cinfhen 👍☺️ 9mo
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DrexEdit
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5 Extra Big ⭐s!

I love Elena Ferrante's writing and I love this second book in her Neapolitan series. I've never come across what I think is a more realistic depiction of female friendship and now in this book, transition from girlhood to adult.

I think I've been waiting to read this because once I start reading a literally can't stop and once I've read all the books then I won't have them to read for the first time anymore!

DrexEdit This is my October #Bookspin!
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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 10mo
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DrexEdit
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Late with my #bookspin again! But I am excited about this month's #bookspin and #doublespin selections. Both long books again; same as last month and I only got through one of those. But given the way I tore through My Brilliant Friend, I don't think it will take long to get through The Story of a New Name. And Stephen King also reads fast! Fingers crossed I think I might be able to finish them both!
@TheAromaofBooks

DrexEdit I did not finish volume 3 of the Cook Eleanor Roosevelt biography, my #doublespin for September, so that goes back on the list! 10mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 10mo
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nathandrake1997
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As a kid, I was waiting for my "growing up" phase. Seeing "teenagers" and "teenage life" being romanticised in almost every second film/television series/book/etc, I had painted a certain picture about that phase of life in my mind. A picture that could be as far from the truth as possible. Because contrary to what's being conveyed through rose tinted glasses in popular media, growing up is probably the most terrifying phase in a person's life...

nathandrake1997 ....From being made to shoulder responsibilities of whose existence I wasn't even aware of until then to being thrust into the claustrophobic crowd of the outside world pursuing an "ambition" I honestly had no clue of. Its an abrupt and spine chilling transition in life that changes a person for better or worse.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....It is this abrupt shift into a more unpredictable phase of life that Elena Ferrante conveys exquisitely in THE STORY OF A NEW NAME, the magnificent follow-up to her bildungsroman masterpiece MY BRILLIANT FRIEND. When compared to the latter, this book takes a while to warm up to.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....because of its more abrupt shifts in tone and a comparatively more fragmented style of writing, but in a way that eventually ends up working in favour of the book because thats how growing up feels.... 12mo
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nathandrake1997 ....The chaos and unpredictability one has to grapple with when they are thrust into the "big bad world" without any forewarning is overwhelming. At first, it almost feels impossible to make sense of what we are feeling.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....It is an emotionally turbulent time that one has to come to grips with while gradually losing bits and pieces of who they were. Once we have made it out of this thronging mess, these scattered pieces have almost disentegrated and the ones that remain don't even retain a shadow of what they once were.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....This emotional turbulence is reflected in Ferrante's prose as well, where in a way it feels as if the characters' headspace directly influences the writing style.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....When the characters are in a more reflective and introspective state of mind, the sentences are longer and the pacing is slower. But when the characters are in a more anxious or agitated state of mind, the sentences are shorter and the pacing is faster. This is one of the many examples of the seamless tonal shifts of Ferrante's masterful prose.... 12mo
nathandrake1997 ....Overall, MY BRILLIANT FRIEND was a tough act to follow and to be honest not only has THE STORY OF A NEW NAME lived up to it, but in many ways it also surpasses its exquisite predecessor. Messy, uneven yet sprawling and ambitious, this is probably the most honest and unflinching account of growing up I have read to date! Undoubtedly a masterpiece that has become one of my all-time favourite books❤️ 12mo
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nathandrake1997
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It's been a while since I have felt this disconnected with the world around me. Nothing is necessarily wrong but for some reason I feel lost, tired and hopeless. I feel like for no reason I am perpetually tired. Is it because I'm too tired to feel anything or is it because I'm tired of searching for hope? Maybe that's also the reason (along with an exhausting work schedule) why even in weekends I'm barely able to read these days. #readingslump

TrishB Hang on in there ❤️ I‘ve had several periods of this in the last year or so. Don‘t be too hard on yourself. We‘re all dealing with a lot. 13mo
batsy Much love to you ❤️ I am experiencing the same. Feels like there's no end in sight to the uncertainty of many things... 13mo
nathandrake1997 @TrishB Thank you so much ❤️ I'm trying but honestly day by day it's getting tiring to the point where even getting out of bed in the morning feels like an insurmountable task. 13mo
nathandrake1997 @batsy Thank you so much ❤️ And sorry to hear that you are going through the same as well 💔 And the part about no end being in sight to the uncertainty feels so true! These days it feels as if I am tired to even feel anything, time passes by in a blur, the days blend into each other, my mind in despair, heart unable to heal it's wear and tear....sorry for meandering but, I'm tired 😓 13mo
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TheBookStacker
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Heading back to California today, got a long day of flying ahead of me. Happy to have been able to spend time with my family for the week, but also very ready to get back to my home.

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Redwritinghood
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A good follow up to My Brilliant Friend. Here the relationship between Lila and Lena grows more complicated as their lives shift from childhood into adulthood. 4⭐️

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keepingupwiththepenguins
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The Story Of A New Name picks up after My Brilliant Friend left off in 1966. Lila is a newlywed, and Lena is continuing her studies, exploring the world beyond the neighbourhood of their childhoods. Despite their diverging paths, their complex and evolving bond continues. It felt like picking up where I‘d left off with old friends. Ferrante is just SO GOOD! Full review: https://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/the-story-of-a-new-name-elena-ferrante/

LeeRHarry I‘m making my way through the series - last book to go, can‘t wait 😊 the HBO series is excellent too! 2y
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rmaclean4
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I have such mixed feelings about this series of books. Beautiful in its writing but such a soap opera. The growth of the women and the awakening to the misogynist society that they are growing up in keeps me reading. I am compelled to finish the series. My cousin was right ...I did enjoy this book more than the first. 4 🌟

rachelm Yes! Books 2 and 3 were my favorite 2y
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shortsarahrose
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-The beach scenes in the tagged book!
-The Library where I work got power back, so we could actually open on Monday
- I was obsessed with the song “Drunk Driver/Killer Whales” by Car Seat Headrest during the last summer that I actually had long summer break (2016 - had all of June off when I was between jobs and spent a lot of it taking little road trips and listening to music)

Thanks for the tag @katy4peas
I‘ll tag @Tanisha_A and @AnneCecilie

shortsarahrose Also, just remembered that I read the tagged book during summer 2016, too. Guess I really took advantage of that summer! 2y
MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 🌞🐚 2y
Cathythoughts Great book choice 👍🏻❤️ 2y
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SLSbooks
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Book #2 does not disappoint. Two lives going in different directions but bound together inextricably.

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Vansa
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

1. Heathcliff and Catherine from Wuthering Heights! Specially Cathy, quite an atypical heroine.
2. Absolutely hate books that have women being sexually assaulted as a motive for the male protagonist's development. Or when it's just used for shock value.
3. Tagged book!!

Eggs Amen to #1 and #2! Thanks for joining in 👏🏻📚🤗 2y
ozma.of.oz Completely agree on 2! 2y
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Eva_B
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WOW! I absolutely loved this book! There is a constant tension that runs through this book that kept me hooked. The author delves into the darker side of friendships and relationships. The manipulation and occasional cruelty put me on edge. The writing is truly sublime. It doesn‘t come across as forced or pretentious and just flows naturally. Which nicely echoes in the setting of Naples of the 1960s. It is what it is, complex and yet accessible.

Leftcoastzen I loved the first two books , need to get to 3rd. 2y
Eva_B @Leftcoastzen I‘ll need to wait until our libraries reopen to get the next one. Luckily, I have plenty to read at home until then. 2y
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Eva_B
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I read book 1 of this series a few years ago and loved it. I‘m now on page 206 of book 2 and I am loving it too. The writing is wonderful.

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LeafingThroughLife
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I went to the library book sale. These happened. Again...will no one stop me from my own sheer madness? 📚😱

emilyhaldi Wow that‘s a great haul!! 🙌🏻 3y
ImperfectCJ In your defense, those are some fantastic books. 3y
Leftcoastzen It‘s bargain prices and goes to a great cause, I think you can be proud of your haul. 3y
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LeafingThroughLife @emilyhaldi @ImperfectCJ Thanks! This sale always has an uncommonly good selection. If you can believe it, I actually had to make myself put a bunch back to arrive at this “restrained” haul! 🤣 3y
LeafingThroughLife @Leftcoastzen 😊 I definitely prefer that perspective. Much better than the creeping concern that I could probably live a good long life and never still manage to read all the books I own at this moment. 😬😆 3y
Ang203l Megan!!!! That‘s so many books 😂 3y
LeafingThroughLife @Ang203l I put some back! 😱 This is how I build up the library karma so all the libraries don‘t bar the door when they see me coming. You know, just sayin‘.....😜🤷🏻‍♀️🤣 3y
Ddzmini Are you kidding that‘s awesome 👏🏼 3y
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AliceFaustus
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Book two...📚

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cajunsyd
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I loved the first book in this series so much that I was compelled to start the second book right away!

Graciouswarriorprincess I loved this series. I just finished book four. Happy reading! 3y
cajunsyd @Graciouswarriorprincess thanks, glad you loved it!! 3y
ehewett88 I really enjoyed the first book and keep meaning to get the second one. hope you enjoy it! 3y
cajunsyd @ehewett88 yes, you should check out the rest of the series! It‘s great! 3y
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rebbyj
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I don't love this book. But I am captivated. I love hearing the Italian experiencing the italian.

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Annashep
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I loved the first book but it was a couple of years ago that I read My Brilliant Friend .. so I‘m really excited to start this!!! 😊😊📚📚

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hilded
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I‘m in love with this series! The first book was really great, the second maybe even better ❤️ Plan to start watching the series tonight, looking forward to it. Now; rushing off to start the third book!

5⭐️

Crazeedi Loved this series!💖 3y
Graciouswarriorprincess Where is the series to watch? I loved this so far. 3y
Ruthiella Ferrante Fever strikes again!🤪🤒😍 3y
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hilded @Ruthiella Yep! 🤒🤣 3y
hilded @Graciouswarriorprincess It‘s on HBO, one season (so far at least) that follows the first book. I watched the first episode yesterday, it was excellent 🙌🏻 3y
Joyfulmimi I‘ve been reluctant about Book 2 3y
hilded @Joyfulmimi Don‘t be, it was great! 3y
Joyfulmimi Their relationship 😱 @hilded 3y
hilded @Joyfulmimi True, it‘s a bit toxic 3y
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hilded
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After finishing ‘My Brilliant Friend‘ a couple of days ago, I had to dive right into the next one! I am switching it up and doing #audio for this. Excited to be back in Napoli ❤️

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Ruthiella Yes! I read them in fairy quick succession too. Once you contract Ferrante fever there‘s no cure but to read on! 🤩 3y
hilded @Ruthiella Yes, seems I have picked up that Ferrante fever 🤩 3y
Crazeedi Yep! Read them one after another!! 3y
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Second book done in the #24in48 readathon. @24in48

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The second volume is more compelling than the first. The events described are more consequential and more soap opera-ish. However, my complaints remain the same -- there is too much telling, no showing (not a single description to be had) and the characters are still not three dimensional.

BarbaraBB The third instalment is the best I think. I‘d give it a try! 3y
Graywacke (Don‘t tell @BarbaraBB ☺️but this was my favorite of the quartet. I loved the complicated relationships and the beach and how the tone changed with just a few touches) Hoping you connect with book 3, it is quite a bit different. 3y
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mldkennedy
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This started out slow for me but about 30 pages in I was as hopelessly hooked as I was on its predecessor. It is the type of novel that keeps you locked in its orbit - I spent the week jonesing for my next opportunity to re-enter its world. I don't think that these novels have been life-changing so far but they have definitely been fantastic reads. I'm taking a break from Naples for a book or two but I look forward to finishing the series later.

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stacybmartin
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Up next on Overdrive audio - yet another series that I never finished!

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Joanne1
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Second instalment in the Neapolitan novels. This one has a huge cast of characters, there‘s plenty of twists and turns, buckets of betrayals. It‘s like an Italian soap opera in book form and is a total pleasure to listen to, especially with all those Italians names that I‘d struggle to read/pronounce. I‘ve heard they‘re making a TV show, I‘ll be signing up for that!!

ErikasMindfulShelf The first season of the tv show (the first book) was great! 3y
Joanne1 @irre excellent. I wonder if I can get it in Australia. I‘m going to see if I can find it now. 3y
LeeRHarry @Joanne1 it was on Foxtel 3y
Joanne1 @LeeRHarry that‘s annoying, I don‘t have Foxtel. I wonder if it‘s on DVD. 3y
LeeRHarry @Joanne1 I think it probably would be by now - it is an HBO/RAI production. (edited) 3y
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Samawy
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جلسات قراءة رواية «حكاية الاسم الجديد» في أرقام ???
#bookly

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Samawy
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Bailedbailed

تواصل إيلينا في الجزء الثاني من رباعية نابولي سرد حكايتها مع صديقتها ليلا وفي هذا الجزء تسرد بتفصيل جسور حكاية ليلا التي صارت السيدة كراتشي وما أعقب ذلك من تحولات وتغيرات نفس-جسدية. بعد قراءتي أسأل: هل هذه الرواية تعكس الشعب الإيطالي؟ هل تعكس واقع النساء في إيطاليا؟

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Emilymdxn
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March roundup part 2! A really good month for me in terms of quality. Standouts from here are tagged book, Cain and The Radium Girls but so many were amazing.

SW-T 😊😊🎉The Bluest Eye was a beautiful but difficult read 😢💕 (edited) 3y
Emilymdxn @SW-T me too! I couldn‘t honestly call it a favourite cause it disturbed me so much but it was incredible, I‘m glad I read it tho I don‘t think I‘ll ever get over it. I guess we aren‘t meant to get over it tho 3y
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Emilymdxn
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Every bit as good as My Brilliant Friend. I don‘t normally read series, but this is just incredible. The world is so real.

My bf and I agree on absolutely no books, but this series is the only thing we both love. I love the character, the relationships and writing and emotions and he loves the society and politics. He said Lenu is a lot like me and it made me very happy, I feel a really strong connection with her.

Amor4Libros I loved this series!! I want to watch the show, too. 3y
WhatWouldJaneDo I think this was my favorite one in the series. This cover is such an improvement on the ones I have too! 3y
EleniKara Oh man I‘ve been back and forth about continuing this series but now I‘m super tempted. Also @Amor4Libros , the show is so well done, the actors nail it, I would definitely suggest watching it! 3y
Amor4Libros @EleniKara It‘s on my to-watch list, I will have to bump it up! 🙂 3y
bedandabook A wonderful series of books! And they just get better and better. The last one is superb. 3y
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Emilymdxn
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My next listen, happy to be going back to Naples

Leftcoastzen I need to get to reading book 3 .Really loved the first 2.❤️❤️❤️ 3y
xparmax Hry 3y
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BethMcQ
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I liked “My Brilliant Friend” a lot. I loved this second installment in the series and can‘t wait to find out what happens to Lenù next. #audiobook #elenaferrante #neopolitannovels #thestoryofanewname

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KaatjeH
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Starting a new book today and treating myself to a piece of chocolate cake😊

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Kaye Cake 🎂. 😁 4y
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