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Naamah | Sarah Blake
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I am positively OBSESSED with this book. You guys. I will be talking about this book for the entire year to come, probably more. An intimate, modern, queer, provocative, spiritually challenging retelling of the Noah‘s Ark flood story through the eyes of Noah‘s wife. Dreamlike, poetic in style, Blake made me dig deeper into my own questions, my own struggles, and my own relationship with Gd.

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Pumpkinheads | Rainbow Rowell
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LOVED this one! Such a special graphic novel and a beautiful, relatable story. Thank you, @LiteraryinLititz !! ❤️🎃

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Naamah | Sarah Blake
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Library haul! Excited to try both of these!! 🐯👩🏻‍🚒

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I just spent the last hour crying in my favorite coffee shop as I finished this book and let me just say- EVERYBODY PLEASE READ IT! ❤️🧡💛 The perfect blend of relatable literary, NYC, and teaching references! I honestly feel like Kelly Harms wrote this FOR me, even though I don‘t yet have children. The characters and dialogue are so REAL and completely sucked me in and held me tight for the whole ride. Thank you, @LiteraryinLititz ! 🗽📚🍷💋

BennettBookworm Also she mentions LITSY!!!! 2w
squirrelbrain Sounds fab - stacked! 2w
BennettBookworm @squirrelbrain can‘t wait for you to read it!! 2w
LiteraryinLititz I‘m so glad you loved it as much as I did!! It‘s interesting that you felt the NYC references were for you; I felt the rural PA references were for me! 😁 2w
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A Study in Charlotte | Brittany Cavallaro
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LOVED this story! Couldn‘t put it down. It was fast-paced and witty and the characters were fun to root for! I definitely want to read the others in the series now!

LiteraryinLititz That‘s so good to know! This one has been on my TBR for years but maybe I will actually borrow it from the library now! 2w
BennettBookworm Yay! 💃 2w
Linsy Thanks for this review! I‘ve had my eye on this for a while. Definitely going to pick it up now! 😁 2w
BennettBookworm Yay @Linsy I‘m so glad!! 2w
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My sister surprised me with this gift!! I‘m so excited to read it!! 😍😍😍

Soubhiville Perfect! What a cute cover. 1mo
Ruthiella Sweet!😀 1mo
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Seneca's Letters from a Stoic | Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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Just saw the IMMENSELY talented, brilliant, hilarious Hasan Minhaj with the Tribeca TV Festival and I feel so blessed! He is amazing. Someone asked him about a book that left an impact on him and he said Seneca‘s Letters on Stoicism- guess I need to check that out! 🥰🥰🥰

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Sword and Pen | Rachel Caine
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IT‘S HERE IT‘S HERE IT‘S HERE!!!!!!! I‘ve had this day marked in my calendar for so long!!!!! ❤️💜🧡#bookmail #thegreatlibrary !!!

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Yayyyy I love reading all your comments! So glad we all enjoyed this!! #lmpbc @LiteraryinLititz @Mem_ugh @kstadt929

BennettBookworm I especially love how sassy our comments all are at the most unjust points in this book. And I think it‘s funny that I LOVED the poetry and you three not so much haha 2mo
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On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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#25Etsy @Megabooks Congrats on this awesome milestone!! And thanks for the giveaway opportunity!!

Megabooks You‘re welcome! Thanks for entering!! I‘ve been meaning to read this! 2mo
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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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This book was everything! Please read it! Don‘t even bother with the library- you‘ll want to own it!! ❤️

LiteraryinLititz Eeeeeeeee! I‘m so glad! I bought this on a whim at Aaron‘s last month and haven‘t started it yet. But I will soon!! 2mo
BennettBookworm @LiteraryinLititz It‘s such a winner!! 2mo
LiteraryinLititz @BennettBookworm I started last night and am hooked already! 2mo
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Fleishman Is in Trouble: A Novel | Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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Maybe unpopular opinion but I thoroughly DISliked this book, like as much as I disliked Where‘d you go Bernadette. I can‘t say why without spoilers, but yeah, wow. Had to read it for an IRL book club, so perhaps some of the other gals in the club will shed light on why they liked it. 😤

LiteraryinLititz Bummer! 2mo
DivineDiana I do often find that after Book Club discussion, I tend to increase my enjoyment of a book, even one that did not thrill me! 😉 2mo
8little_paws Oohh oh no!!! I hated Bernadette. Maybe this book isn't for me. 2mo
BennettBookworm @DivineDiana you‘re totally right, it helped to talk about it- I think the difference is that I only like books where I can like or admire the characters, and my friends judge the books more on whether they think it‘s good writing or not. Different strokes! 2mo
DivineDiana I also want likable/admirable characters! 🙂 2mo
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Unabridged Bookstore | Chicago, IL (Bookstore)
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I lived in Chicago for many years and this week I‘m back to see friends! Unabridged is such a special bookstore- if you get the chance, please visit!!

gimmeabook My husband and I are thinking from moving from NY to Illinois and Chicago is a highlight for where we‘d like to live. What made you move? 3mo
Crazeedi Nice!! 3mo
BennettBookworm @gimmeabook I definitely recommend Chicago! I moved because I was looking for a change but there‘s so much I love about Chicago- especially Lakeview neighborhood because you are right there on Lake Michigan. So beautiful and so much to do! 3mo
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Visited my dear friend in LA last week and I was totally smitten with Chevalier‘s!

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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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Library visit today, look what came in on hold!
P.S. - because of the heat wave in NYC, many libraries were open today I heard that weren‘t normally open Sundays! I love that ❤️📚

LiteraryinLititz That‘s so cool! I was wondering why they‘d be open on Sunday. 3mo
Ashley_Nicoletto I love that too! People need places to go when it‘s so hot. ❤️ 3mo
Soubhiville I just finished this and loved it 😊. I hope you do too! 3mo
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On the Come Up | Angie Thomas
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She‘s done it again!!! I will read anything by Angie Thomas. “I laughed, I cried, it became a part of me.”
🎤🎧🎼💫👑

HOTPock3tt I loved this book ♥️ 3mo
LiteraryinLititz I‘m excited to read it next so we can discuss! 3mo
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The English Spy | Daniel Silva
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It‘s been so long since I‘ve hung out with Gabriel Allon! Love this series. Perfect beach read!! 🏝☀️

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Caveat: I was unprepared for how DARK and disturbing this story was! All of the press surrounding this book is that it‘s so “funny and charming and quirky,” but my experience was that I couldn‘t help but dwell on the heartbreaking, upsetting side of things.

That being said, really well-written, engaging prose, and a triumphant ending. I always appreciate stories about the kindness of strangers.

Trigger warnings for child abuse and neglect.

behudd Totally agree! It took me awhile to get into the book because it was so far off what I was expecting! 3mo
BennettBookworm @behudd glad to know it‘s not just me!! 3mo
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Bookstores make me feel calm amidst the chaos of city living ❤️📚

mabell That is so true! They are a haven 😊 3mo
BennettBookworm @mabell kindred spirits! 3mo
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Here are my #top6reads for the first half of the year! @Cinfhen 🌟An eclectic mix!

Cinfhen Ooohhh, don‘t know this book....need to check it out 4mo
Cinfhen Thanks for sharing your list!!!! 4mo
Cathythoughts I loved the Crawdads too ♥️👍🏻 4mo
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Macker11 I loved crawdads! 4mo
BennettBookworm @Cinfhen yes it‘s a beautiful story for all ages! @Cathythoughts @Macker11 I‘m so glad! It‘s a story that really sticks with you ❤️ 4mo
swishandflick Eliza and Her Monsters is one of my all-time fave YA books 💚 4mo
BennettBookworm @swishandflick such a good one! 4mo
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The Editor | Steven Rowley
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I want to echo what @LiteraryinLititz said - you must read this book!! It was just impeccably written from start to finish and now I really want to read more from Rowley. Love love love!

LiteraryinLititz Wow, that was fast!! 4mo
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The Editor | Steven Rowley
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I am LOVING this book so much!! Rowley‘s writing is so heartfelt and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny! His main character‘s internal monologues are so relatable. This quote cracked me up thinking about my Dance Major history classes! 😄

LiteraryinLititz Glad you‘re liking it so far! 4mo
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So exciting!! I unknowingly opened my #summerreadingswap package because it just said Amazon so I thought it was something else! 😂 @rather_be_reading if you‘re able to, can you tag whoever is my partner because I want to be able to thank them but the package didn‘t say! Thank you so much, I love these HP socks and I‘ve been wanting to read Eleanor for forever! 🙏🏻

rather_be_reading yes ill look tht up for u tonite!! dont worry it happens all the time! 🌞 4mo
rather_be_reading okay your match was: @Shakespearience 4mo
Shakespearience @rather_be_reading I didn‘t send that though 😅 4mo
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BennettBookworm @rather_be_reading so my match was @Shakespearience and I sent to her but was someone else the person sending to me? 🧐 how curious! 4mo
rather_be_reading @Shakespearience ooops!!!! so sorry!! @BennettBookworm the person who sent your package was.... @Shuga 4mo
rather_be_reading @Shakespearience ty for being honest!! i got it cleared up! 4mo
rather_be_reading @BennettBookworm you had it right. your package was to go to shakespearience 4mo
BennettBookworm Thanks so much!! @rather_be_reading and thank you @Shuga ! 4mo
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Kaddish.com | Nathan Englander
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This story was easy to get immersed in, especially being Jewish myself. It‘s my first by Englander and I really liked his style, weaving in and out of a Surrealist quality. Between a pick and a so-so for me because it started out so realistic and then felt like it shifted too jarringly. But “realistic” may not have been the goal so much as striking at the core:

What do we owe each other, in this life and the next?

Severnmeadows The quote- ‘What do we owe each other.... ‘ is so striking. I copied it in my notebook, to think about. 4mo
BennettBookworm @Severnmeadows that‘s how I feel, too, that the book makes me really want to sit and think! 😌 4mo
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Such a fun #buddyread with @LiteraryinLititz !! I have to say, some parts of this story were highly perplexing and/or ridiculously far-fetched, but I won‘t give any spoilers haha. Loved the shifting perspectives and especially the urgency and suspense of the last 100 pages!

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Mailed my #summerreadingswap package!! Yay!! Should arrive by Saturday! @rather_be_reading thanks for organizing!

rather_be_reading yay!! 🌞 4mo
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Bingo Love | Tee Franklin
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Fun idea! @EclecticReaders
Lol if someone told me to stop reading I‘d be like 😒 but I laughed the most at “cancelled plans to stay home and read” because that is too real 😂

EclecticReaders 😂😂😂 nice!! 5mo
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Asymmetry | Lisa Halliday
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Help me decide what to read next! Your votes will determine in what order I read these six books, which have been on Mount TBR for too long! 😆 Thank you!!
#makemereadit

wanderinglynn I‘ve only read The Invisible Library, and I found it just okay. Both the Last Equation & the Girl Who Circumnavigated are on my TBR. 5mo
LiteraryinLititz I haven‘t read any but I want to read On the Come Up and Last Equation too! They all look great! 5mo
mabell I vote for the two in the middle 😊 5mo
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Soubhiville On the come up. 5mo
glitterkitty459 On the come up!! 5mo
Sward7 Pachinko 5mo
Reviewsbylola Pachinko!! 4mo
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Awesome weekend in Philly exploring some treasured independent bookstores! I picked up my own copy of the tagged book, as well as some others for my students.

DivineDiana Glad you enjoyed your visit! 🙂 5mo
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This was an okay #lmpbc read! I was interested in the familial relationships and I always like shifting perspectives. However, I feel like the same exact story could have been more compelling had it been written differently...I‘m not sure what, but it was missing something for me. @LiteraryinLititz is next! @kstadt929 @Mem_ugh

LiteraryinLititz Hmm. Not a great slate of books for our group this month! But I‘m still looking forward to reading this one next month! 5mo
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The Great Believers | Rebecca Makkai
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This book was so well-written. I learned a lot about the devastating AIDS epidemic in 80s Chicago. The characters were vividly painted, honest and relatable. As a Northwestern Art History major, I connected to that subplot, though at times it felt disjointed, which makes sense because Makkai said she set out to write one book and then wrote a different story entirely.

This was my first IRL book club read and we all had strong reactions to it!

BennettBookworm Not sure how I feel about the ending... 5mo
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Usually this is not the kind of title I‘d go for, but I trusted the reviews and it was so worth it! From start to finish this book was such an exciting, heartfelt, unique read. It‘s short but packs QUITE a punch! Love discovering new authors and I would absolutely read more by Braithwaite.
As someone with sisters I totally related to the feeling that you‘d do anything for them- “Lord help the mister/who comes between me and my sister!”

mabell Love the song reference! 😂 6mo
BennettBookworm @mabell I‘m so glad!! 😆🎶 6mo
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JohannaRose @Sharteau omg the song reference on this post!!! This makes me so happy lol 😻😻 6mo
SarahHarts_books @JohannaRose I know!!! It made me think of you and Lo right away of course!!! 😂😂😂 6mo
LiteraryinLititz Luckily we don‘t have any experience with cleaning up each other‘s murders, though! 😬 6mo
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This week I took myself on an independent bookstore crawl in the West Village!🗽🗽🗽

LiteraryinLititz Sounds like fun!! 6mo
ManyWordsLater RIP bookbook 4mo
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Lethal White | Robert Galbraith
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650 pages is a LOT! But I‘m glad I stuck with it because I liked this one FAR more than books 2 and 3 in the series. I love Strike and Robin; they are such captivating, real characters and the mystery unraveled in an intriguing way without the gruesome gore of the previous books. Highly recommend!

LiteraryinLititz Can‘t believe you finished it! 6mo
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The tagged book = summer to me 😄❤️☀️and I hope you‘ll check out the post by @rather_be_reading about her #litsyswap! #summerreadingswap so excited!

rather_be_reading ty for sharing!! 6mo
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Bear and the Nightingale | Katherine Arden
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I‘m into it! I really liked the Russian folklore feel of this and I would totally read the rest of the series! Some things were confusing to me - like is the Frost King a platonic relationship or a romantic interest for Vasya? - but all in all I was really engaged throughout!

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A Wizard of Earthsea | Ursula K. Le Guin
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Pros: Cool to be immersed in a new (to me) fantasy world. Fascinating to reflect on the idea of “true names at our cores” and “power that lies beneath the surface of everything.”
Cons: I NEED MORE DIALOGUE in my books! It was hard to stay engaged because I tend to check out when it‘s just endless description.

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Kaddish.com | Nathan Englander
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Such a special opportunity to be able to see Nathan Englander and Jonathan Safran Foer in dialogue about Nathan‘s new book!! I‘m starstruck 🌟 Amidst the horror of Notre Dame burning today, I especially appreciated delving into their humor and sincerity re: their writing process. What does it mean to put your whole self into your art, or rather to let yourself slip away and create connections with your reader that transcend consciousness? ❤️

LiteraryinLititz I didn‘t know you did that! What an amazing opportunity! 6mo
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The Adults: A Novel | Caroline Hulse
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I really enjoyed reading this for #lmpbc ! I agree with @kstadt929 that some of the characters were infuriating- your comments were so wonderful to read 😁 I still found myself hooked and wanted to stay up late reading tho ☺️ The little girl and her imaginary friend was definitely my favorite plotline; as an elementary teacher I found this spot on. Hope you enjoy it @LiteraryinLititz and @Mem_ugh ! Thanks @Kaylamburson for recommending this!

kstadt929 Wow that was a fast read! 😋 Glad you enjoyed! 6mo
Kaylamburson I'm so glad my recommendation made you want to read it! I loved the imaginary friend aspect and really thought it set it apart. 6mo
BennettBookworm @kstadt929 I know, haha! I got so excited! 6mo
BennettBookworm @Kaylamburson I totally agree! 6mo
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The Adults: A Novel | Caroline Hulse
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Look what #bookmail just arrived! So speedy!! Excited to read this for #lmpbc 😄💌🖍 @kstadt929 @LiteraryinLititz @Mem_ugh

LiteraryinLititz So exciting!! 7mo
kstadt929 Yay it got there early!! Hope you enjoy!! 7mo
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WOW. Sheer brilliance. I can‘t believe this is a first novel and I‘m just blown away. Honestly the first 150 pages were not grabbing me but then it just took off and I couldn‘t put it down for the next 200! Heartbreaking, poetic, thrilling, moving, all of the things. So clever how it navigated between past and present, part “coming of age tale” and part murder mystery. #lmpbc I‘m really glad we chose this! @LiteraryinLititz @kstadt929 @Mem_ugh

KristenDuck So happy to hear this review - my copy literally just arrived in the mail! 7mo
kstadt929 Can‘t wait to read !!!!!! 7mo
BennettBookworm @KristenDuck @kstadt929 I really hope you like it!! 7mo
BookNAround One of my book clubs is reading this one this summer. 7mo
LiteraryinLititz So excited to get it next! 7mo
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The New Book | Allie Cresswell
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My classroom got a whole new shipment of books!!!! We are so excited!!!! Fiction and nonfiction. Nothing is more exciting than being the first to touch a new book 😍🤣🙏🏻

MelissaSue81 That‘s awesome! What a great day! 7mo
erzascarletbookgasm 👏 Yay! 7mo
Tamra Yay! 🎉 7mo
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RealLifeReading Very cool! 7mo
tracey38 How amazing!! 7mo
Leftcoastzen Nice! 7mo
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OMG IF YOU HAVEN‘T READ THIS YET PLEASE DO BECAUSE I LOVED THE $&!@ OUT OF THIS BOOK!!! Wow, where do I even begin? 500 pages of female badassery, delicious deception, deeply descriptive sex, and based largely on real life?! What?! Not without its disturbing and horrifying moments, because it alternates between WWI and WWII and that‘s never sunshine and rainbows, but for me this was really a story about friendship and the power to endure. ❤️🌹💄🤫

KristenDuck Yes yes yes!! One of the best. 7mo
BennettBookworm @KristenDuck 😍😍😍 7mo
Leftcoastzen It‘s been on the TBR for a while.your review is gonna make me move it up! 7mo
BennettBookworm @Leftcoastzen I hope you like it!! 7mo
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The Song Remains the Same | Allison Winn Scotch
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Finished! Well, I thoroughly enjoyed reading alongside @kstadt929 @LiteraryinLititz and @Mem_ugh for #lmpbc ! But I was unimpressed with this author and her storytelling. I think the idea had potential- having amnesia and needing to piece your life together through others‘ accounts - but I‘ve seen it done better by authors like Liane Moriarty.

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The Song Remains the Same | Allison Winn Scotch
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Taking advantage of my snow day today to finish this one for #lmpbc! Sorry that I‘m late in mailing it back @kstadt929 ! So fun to read with the comments of @Mem_ugh and @LiteraryinLititz , too!

kstadt929 It‘s okay! Don‘t worry about it!! ☺️ 8mo
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Between a pick and a so-so. I love Shapiro‘s style and her descriptions are so vivid. I also loved that this one was all about post-Impressionism and 1920‘s France. I just felt that at some point the plot was way too drawn out and convoluted and I was ready for it to be done.

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This book was really well done! I loved hearing the author‘s insider, West Wing-esque perspective on my favorite presidency. I‘ve never wanted to go into politics but I appreciated how much she focused on advice for women who strive for that. It made me cry because I miss Obama so much, so now I‘m not sure if I‘m emotionally ready to start Becoming 😭

Louise Becoming will patch you back together! It‘s forward-looking and inspiring. I did, however, have many moments of thinking, “Gosh, I miss those two. I miss having people in the White House who embrace that role with such intelligence, vision, and love.” 8mo
BennettBookworm @Louise thank you! I need that encouragement! And I completely agree 🙏🏻 8mo
BennettBookworm @LiteraryinLititz thank you for lending this book to me! 8mo
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Eliza and Her Monsters | Francesca Zappia
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WOW. This book gave me ALL the feels. I loved everything about it and found it super cathartic. 😭Easy to get absorbed into the relationships and the emotions that Zappia illustrates so deftly. For sure akin to Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell but for me this one resonated more. #blinddatewithabook was a MAJOR success!

mandi1082 Great read for me 8mo
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The Wild Robot | Peter Brown
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I finished this with my class today and it was bittersweet because my kids were totally enthralled! Such a moving story. I think it‘s perfect for teachers of upper elementary. Also perfect for humans who are not teachers! 😄

Readergrrl My daughter loved this book so much that I‘ve put it on my TBR pile!!! ❤️❤️❤️ 8mo
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I‘m excited to get the ball rolling! #lmpbc Round 5! @Mem_ugh @kstadt929 @LiteraryinLititz Which are your top two picks? Then I can choose based on our crossover. Yippee!

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kstadt929 Omg I love this!! I was thinking of picking books tonight too 😁 I vote for Where the Crawdads sing because originally I wasn‘t interested in it, but now I‘ve heard such great things about it I kind of want to read it. I feel like it would be fun to read together! I would rather not read The Adults because I have that book, BUT if everyone else also wants to read it I would be game for using it as my book?? 8mo
LiteraryinLititz Literally all 4 of those books are on my list to read!!! I would be super happy with any of them, honestly. Katie, if you want to do The Adults as yours I‘m good with that! But also you should feel free to suggest other ones because that‘s always fun. ☺️ @kstadt929 @Mem_ugh 8mo
LiteraryinLititz Just read your post again. I didn‘t answer the question! I‘d say my top 2 picks are the Boyne because I‘ve never read one of his and I want to, and the Equation one because I tend to like mystery/puzzley books. 8mo
BennettBookworm Thanks @kstadt929 ! And thank you @LiteraryinLititz ! I‘d be lying if I said I didn‘t check that those four were on your TBR list 😍 8mo
Mem_ugh Ooh, sorry ladies, I had to delete and reinstall Litsy, it just kind of gave up on me 😂 I wasn‘t getting any notifications. Anyways, I would read any of these books, they all sound great. Top 2 May be where the crawdads sing and the hearts invisible furies (edited) 8mo
BennettBookworm Yayyy @Mem_ugh no apologies necessary, thanks this is awesome!! 8mo
BennettBookworm @LiteraryinLititz @Mem_ugh @kstadt929 Where the Crawdads Sing is our winner! Really looking forward to reading this as a group ☺️ 8mo
kstadt929 Yay me too!!!! ❤️ 8mo
LiteraryinLititz Love it!! 8mo
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