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Butterflyamore
The Murderer's Daughters | Randy Susan Meyers
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Currently reading: The Murderer‘s Daughters by Randy Susan Meyers

I really love the author‘s writing style. It flows beautifully and she seems skilled at haunting the reader with devastating one liners. I suspect this book is going to break me. I also suspect I‘m going to love it.

What are you reading now?

Scochrane26 Light from other stars, for library book club. 2d
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sberley
Big Little Lies | Liane Moriarty
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got to finish two books on my weekend trip to visit family in ponte vedra! there‘s really no better place to read than on a beach at dawn.

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bg_reads
Big Little Lies | Liane Moriarty
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Here goes nothin'. Sometimes being part of a book club is a blessing and a curse. Have you read this one yet? What did you think?

CBee Loved it. And the show is AMAZING. 2w
OneCent76 It's good. I really enjoy the show 2w
bg_reads @CBee @OneCent76 thanks! I'm enjoying it so far! 1w
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BecD
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😍😍

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DebinHawaii
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#WanderingJune
Looking for books for the theme online & saw this one. A girl with an abusive father goes to live with her estranged grandmother, a flower farmer, later fleeing from a betrayal to the Australian desert. #AFlowerInTheDesert, it seemed to fit the theme well & after seeing the Litsy love for it, I ordered a copy from Book Depository (cheaper than Amazon & B&N). Another book or so MAY have slipped into the order. 🤷🏼‍♀️#sorrynotsorry

BarbaraBB Haha great story. This happens so often to me! 1mo
Cinfhen Yup!! #BeenThereDoneThat 🥰let us know if the book is good!!!! 1mo
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marleed
Black and Blue | Anna Quindlen
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I have some old #BlueBook titles on the shelves of my library wall. When my eyes fall on Black & Blue (tagged) I still send up hope for those terrorized in their own homes but see no way out.

Day 17 #30JuneBooks with #BlueBooks
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Reggie Ughhh the end of this book!!!! The just a phone call after years have gone by but she still doesn‘t know where he is...😭. 1mo
Tanisha_A Love love the cover of Gathering Blue! 1mo
marleed @Reggie I agree - such a haunting story. 1mo
marleed @Tanisha_A it‘s so pretty. I loved this series. 1mo
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Butterflyamore
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This was seriously the most fun I‘ve had making a video! I think I‘ll need to include him in more!

https://youtu.be/2KJrYgqX4Ds

EadieB Watched your video and loved it! I like that your husband was so interested in helping pick your books. I loved A Tree Grows in Brooklyn very much. In the 2nd pile I thought he would pick the one with ‘husband‘ in the title too. In 3rd pile I thought he would pick Ani D‘Franco book. Please tag me when you do your next video. Thanks! 1mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB Thanks for watching and commenting! It looks like you and I were on the same page with some of our predictions. I am still kind of shocked that he didn‘t pick It‘s Always the Husband! It was a really fun video to make! I‘ll definitely tag you for my next video. 1mo
EadieB @Butterflyamore I watched your last video too about the prompts and agree that making a planned list of books in the beginning does not work for me either because of all the new books that come out or books others have enjoyed always call me to read them and I soon am falling behind on my planned list! 1mo
Butterflyamore @EadieB Yes, it gets kind of depressing after a while when you try to adhere to the plan! 1mo
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Kacielliott88
Big Little Lies | Liane Moriarty
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This one took me about a quarter of the book to get roped in...but the ending and how the story all tied together was 👍🏻

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Loved it! Maureen and Harrold are married journalists who seem like the perfect couple, but Harrold is abusive. After a terrible beating, Maureen takes their baby daughter and runs, landing in a small New England town. It was a great story, told from the perspective of several characters. I found parts difficult to read, but it‘s not a graphic book just very uncomfortable at times. Beautifully written, I would absolutely recommend.