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A Man Without a Country | Kurt Vonnegut
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britt_brooke Love Vonnegut! 7d
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Thanks for joining us this month to discuss Graeme Simsion's The Rosie Project! Who are your favorite characters in our May Book Club pick?⠀

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Twisted | Laurie Halse Anderson
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I just love Laurie Halse Anderson. I began listening on @scribd to her novel Twisted, and I was immediately swept away. The protagonist, Tyler, embodies so much of what is great about teenagers: self-discovery, wavering self-confidence, and an earnest attempt to do what is right. While some of the twists and turns seemed to be a little overdramatized, I left convinced (once again!) of Anderson's ability to dig into the minds of teenagers.⠀

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Yesterday, we released our May Book Club episode about Graeme Simsion's The Rosie Project. What a fun, thoughtful read! Check out the episode wherever you listen to podcasts, and check back here to let us know what you thought of the book!

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Normal People | Sally Rooney
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APRIL WRAP-UP! I really enjoyed many of the books I read this month. My favorites were The Stars Beneath Our Feet, Daisy Jones and the Six, Internment, The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, Normal People, and Anger Is a Gift (though I thoroughly enjoyed many others).⠀

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Wenjack | Joseph Boyden
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Joseph Boyden's Wenjack is a masterpiece, a concise, spare, and poetic story of Chanie, a nine-year-old Ojibwe boy who was taken from his home and placed in an Indian school designed to assimilate him into the Canadian culture. His escape with two other boys moves through his perspective and the views of the animals who accompany him on his journey in a beautiful, heartbreaking account.⠀

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Five Feet Apart | Rachael Lippincott
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I have a LOT of feelings about both this book AND the movie adaptation (although maybe I should say this screenplay, book adaptation, and subsequent movie adaptation? There are many layers here). Check out our varying opinions about Five Feet Apart in our most recent podcast episode to see what each of us thinks. Then share your opinion—we‘d love to know what you think!!

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Stone Mothers | Erin Kelly
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