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EmmaMae
Then She Was Gone | Lisa Jewell
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A powerful narrative. The story is carried through various perspectives telling their part of the horror that is the main plot line for the book. I would not describe it as a psychological thriller. But I would a captivating, interesting, well written story. #bookclubreads

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EmmaMae
Aria | Nazanine Hozar
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A story of mothers and women. A story of socioeconomic classes and religious minorities. A story of growing up in Iran. Beautiful, hard, and an interesting picture of the realities of living before, during, and after the Iranian Revolution. #bookclubreads

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melissajayne
Less: A Novel | Andrew Sean Greer
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Working on this today #bookclubreads #summerreads

CarolynM Delightful book! 3mo
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EmmaMae
The Power | Naomi Alderman
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A really interesting novel that explores roles of gender, power dynamics, and relationships between friends, families, and romantically in interested, compelling ways. #bookclubreads

LeeRHarry Going to my bookclub tonight to discuss this one 😊 on the whole I found it interesting but oh so depressing! 😩 (edited) 4mo
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EmmaMae
Women Talking: A Novel | Miriam Toews
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This book is as compelling and beautiful the second time. A profound narrative of manifestos and resistance and community. #bookclubreads

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EmmaMae
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Morgan Jerkins wrote a compelling book of essays on the realities of her life. It was powerfully convicting on my whiteness and what expectations of whiteness I have on others. #bookclubreads

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RobinGustafson
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‪Weekend reading. I think it‘s safe to say I won‘t run out of material #thereadinglife #ilovereading #weekendreads#readingenvyreadalong #bookcougarsreadalong ##bookclubreads

BookishMarginalia 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 6mo
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EmmaMae
On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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A beautiful, narrative YA novel that brings you intimately into the life of the main character; Thomas weaves a well done web of the main character's successes, struggles, and finding out what matters through the eyes of a black teen. #bookclubreads

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EmmaMae
The Handmaid's Tale | Margaret Atwood
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"Nolite te bastardes carborundorum"

A profound and important book.

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EmmaMae
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A complex and beautiful memoir. Kate tells a story of being in the middle of hard things, the questions we ask, what is important, and whom and what matters without trivializing her experience. #bookclubreads