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Blaire

Blaire

Joined May 2016

“I cannot remember the books I have read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Foster | Claire Keegan
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Started off 2024 with a reread of a favorite. Happy new year!!

AnnR Happy New Year! 🎉🙂 6mo
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Tom Lake: A Novel | Ann Patchett
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loved this novel and Meryl Streep‘s narration of the audiobook enhanced the experience. Lara Kennison tells the story of how she once played Emily in Our Town and her friendship with a famous actor to her three daughters who are living back at home during the pandemic. It unfolds as the story of one summer but also a story of the role of the past and memory and choices. I really found it to be quite beautiful depiction of how life unfolds.

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And some bookish art. #birthday #bookworm

BiblioLitten So cool! 8mo
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My birthday #bookhaul

kspenmoll Happy birthday looks like a wonderful book birthday! 8mo
Librarybelle Happy Birthday! 8mo
Jas16 Happy Birthday 🥳 8mo
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BarbaraBB Wonderful stack! Happy birthday 🎈 8mo
TheBookgeekFrau Happy Birthday! 🎉 8mo
AnnR 🎉👍📚 8mo
jdiehr Happy birthday! 8mo
LeahBergen Happy Birthday!! ❤️📚❤️📚 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Happy birthday 🎈🎉🎂 8mo
JessClark78 Happy Birthday! 🎊🎂🎉 8mo
julesG Happy Birthday! 📚🎉🎂 8mo
mrp27 🎉📚🎂 8mo
sarahbarnes Happy Birthday! Some great books there! 8mo
BiblioLitten Happy birthday!! 🎂🎉 8mo
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Yellowface | R F Kuang
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I could not put this one down. The first chapter ends on a shocking cliffhanger and it kept up the pace from there. Friendships and jealousy and plagiarism and the roles of race and privilege. I felt anxious and tense the entire read. Lots of awful people populate the novel but they didn‘t need to be like able to make the book work. Looking forward to seeing her next weekend at WV book festival.

Cathythoughts I couldn‘t put it down either 👍🏻❤️ 8mo
youneverarrived Definitely a book you have to keep on reading! 8mo
sarahbarnes Loved this one, too! 8mo
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Trying to sneak in some reading as I shuttle my middle schooler to various practices. Have been wanting to read this one ever since reading @Cathythoughts review.

AmyG It‘s so very good. 10mo
BarbaraBB I agree! 10mo
Cathythoughts Hi 👋🏻 I look forward to your thoughts 🤞🏻😘 10mo
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Began my #titlesandtunes choice today and even the preface was a delight because the author wrote an essay about one delight each day beginning on his bday August 1!! Delightful! Pairing with a classic Louis Armstrong that also celebrates everyday delight. #theworldismyoyster

Cinfhen Wow! How fortuitous and absolutely wonderful 😍 11mo
BarbaraBB A gorgeous combination 🩵 11mo
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Counterfeit | Kirstin Chen
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Kind of a disappointing read. Found this on a list of books to read in a day and didn‘t find the story that compelling. Two former college roommates reconnect and and become involved in a wide-ranging scheme with counterfeit luxury handbags. Most of it is told via a confession to a detective. Parts of it were fun but overall didn‘t feel invested or any real tension. I do love the cover.

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Ok so not a typical pick but this book that chronicles the lives of women who were able to obtain an abortion compared to those who were turned away has sex, a small amount of drugs, and not really much rock n‘ roll. plenty of melancholy tunes that could accompany this but I‘m going with rock n roll Joan Jett‘s Bad Reputation - for women leading lives they want. #Titlesandtunes #sexdrugsandrocknroll

Cinfhen Awesomeness 🙌🏻💥♥️ 12mo
Rissreads Love everything about this! ♥️ 12mo
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Intimacies | Katie Kitamura
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4.5 stars. I think this book is probably divisive but I liked it a lot. From the perspective of an interpreter at The Hague ICC it is a very interior book consistently mostly of her thoughts as she navigates living in a new city and her job as an interpreter. Her thoughts about the interpreter role were really fascinating. Lots of tension in a little package including a trial, a love affair, and a friendship, all of which she is navigating.

Lindy I was impressed with this novel too. 12mo
sarahbarnes I loved this one, too! 12mo
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I borrowed this from the library but will be buying my own copy. Would highly recommend this book to any parent of a child age 10 and up. I found her advice to be sensible and the examples relatable. I liked how she explained the why behind how preteens and teens act. I also love the credit she gives to kids on the way they see the world. Especially liked her advice on setting boundaries and how to have various conversations with teens.

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Intimacies | Katie Kitamura
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A little airport reading. This book has drawn me in immediately. I love the writing and the way she describes The Hague and the job of an interpreter.

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The Crossing | Michael Connelly
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My guilty pleasures are mystery/thriller series, and middle grade/YA books. The Bosch series has been my go to lately when I need a quick escape. My guilty pleasure listening is any song that takes me back to high school. Singing Wonderwall in the car will make me happy every time. #titlesandtunes #guiltypleasure @Cinfhen

Cinfhen It‘s sooo funny!! We all find comfort from our HS music memories 🎶 12mo
Crazeedi I started this series a long time ago, I need to get back to it 12mo
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The Summer Book | Tove Jansson, Thomas Teal, Kathryn Davis
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Enjoying some wine, dessert, and an almost summer read of The Summer Book.

Ruthiella Cheers 🥂! 13mo
LeahBergen It‘s a lovely read, isn‘t it? 13mo
batsy Lovely! I adore the book 💙 13mo
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Tamra Perfect! I love this book too. 13mo
Cathythoughts Gorgeous pic 💫 13mo
Blaire @Ruthiella 😍 13mo
Blaire @LeahBergen @batsy @Tamra it‘s such a perfect read on summer evenings - love dipping into this world. 13mo
Blaire @Cathythoughts thank you! I always love having time to relax on the deck with the longer days. 13mo
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Foster | Claire Keegan
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Adding to everyone‘s praise, such a short powerful novella. I felt alternating tension and relief on each page - I couldn‘t put it down. She really captured the feeling of how the girl must have experienced living in a new home and trying to manage her expectations and emotions.

SamAnne Agree with your review! 13mo
Suet624 ❤️❤️❤️ 13mo
Cathythoughts Nice picture ❤️ 13mo
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@MicrobeMom my library hold came in on time! Looking forward to kicking off summer with this one.

AmyG A lovely book. 13mo
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I give The Anthropocene Reviewed 4.5 stars. Reading this book is very comforting and makes you appreciate all the small things about life even ones that are unpleasant. Green writes short essays reviewing things from Diet Dr. Pepper, the world‘s largest paintball, to pandemics. Within these reviews he combines historical facts about the item or place as well as his personal experience.

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Acqua Alta | Donna Leon
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A very good entry in this series. Brett, an American specialist in ancient ceramics, is beaten by two men to dissuade from discussing her discovery of fakes with a museum director. From there a tale of the underground world of art dealing and antiques unravels. I always appreciate the ambiguity of justice in this series and the way it explores corruption.

catsuit_mango Cute ereader cover :) 13mo
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A book about “people trying to solve problems created by people trying to solve problems.” Kolbert visits a number of sites where scientists are coming up with technological methods to combat climate change - the solutions needed are drastic, expensive, not guaranteed to work, may have unforeseeable consequences - but may also be our best option. It is incomprehensible how this has become a political issue when the risks are so dire

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Brother, I'm Dying | Edwidge Danticat
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Hoping to finish this one in the next couple of days for my work book club. This month‘s theme is immigration.

LatrelWhite I love this book!!❤️❤️❤️ 14mo
Blaire @LatrelWhite so good and so heartbreaking. I also loved her short stories 14mo
LatrelWhite @Blaire Have you read “Breath, Eyes, Memory” I read it twice. If not you should add to your TBR.☺️ 14mo
Blaire @LatrelWhite I haven‘t! Will add to my tbr. Thanks! 14mo
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River Sing Me Home | Eleanor Shearer
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Read this one for one of my book clubs about a formerly enslaved woman in Barbados who travels across the Caribbean to find her children. I paired with a Bob Marley classic redemption song. #islandvibes #titlesandtunes

BarbaraBB Good pairing 🩵 14mo
Cinfhen Excellent pairing!!! I really enjoyed book and it‘s a perfect song choice🎵 ♥️ 14mo
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River Sing Me Home | Eleanor Shearer
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Enjoyed diving into this book this morning. Quickly engrossed in Rachel‘s story.

Cathythoughts Looks good 👍🏻❤️stacking. 1y
Blaire @Cathythoughts yes, I‘ve needed immediately immersive books lately and this one fits the bill 1y
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Other Words for Home | Jasmine Warga
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My 11 year old is reading this for one of his novel study books and it is beautifully written. It tells the story of a girl who moves from Syria go Cincinnati and her experiences of moving to the states, her worries about her family back home, and her Muslim identity. It felt very real and poignant.

TheBookHippie I love this book! 1y
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I loved this book. A story of friendships I found it to be really beautiful. I found all the characters really relatable and the storyline engrossing even though I have no interest in gaming and have never played video games beyond Tetris and Mario brothers. Also any book set in boston in the late 1990s/early 2000s fills with me nostalgia picturing the T station, the science center, and all the stores mentioned in Harvard Square.

AmyK1 I‘m reading this right now for book club and liking it so far 1y
Blaire @AmyK1 it‘s my book club read this month too! We‘re meeting tomorrow 1y
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Sneaking in a little reading during warm-ups. Really liking Girl With The Louding Voice.

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A soft pick for me. I expected to love this and went in thinking it would be more along the lines of A Secret History. it definitely captured Bodie and society‘s obsession with murdered and missing women but it didn‘t quite all gel for me. It did become a page-turner but not until after the 50% mark. I did like the boarding school memories and insights into those social dynamics.

Cathythoughts Gorgeous pic ❤️ 1y
Blaire @Cathythoughts thank you! It was a wonderful vacation! 1y
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Personal | Lee Child
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Not my favorite in the series…but still a solid beach read. Reacher heads overseas to try and catch a sniper.

RaeLovesToRead Hammock ❤ Sunshine! 💛 Looks great! 1y
LeahBergen Lucky you! 1y
AmyG Sandals. I am jealous! 1y
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Oh William!: A Novel | Elizabeth Strout
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4.5. I love the Lucy Barton books and pretty much everything Elizabeth Strout writes. She is able to capture the reality of the small moments that make up life is in this way I find really moving. Lucy reflects on her life with William and their continued friendship decades after their marriage has ended. Thanks @BarbaraBB for recommending this from my vacation stack

BarbaraBB You‘re very welcome, I am glad you loved it too! Have a great vacation! 1y
Chelsea.Poole Love this photo. 1y
sarahbarnes I feel the same way! Have a great trip. 😎 1y
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I love my Wednesday mornings at the library cafe. An easy read and good coffee is the best way to tackle the mid-week blahs.

LaraReads Looks perfect! 1y
Cathythoughts What a lovely picture 💫 1y
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Speedboat | Renata Adler
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I think this book is probably really divisive. It has no traditional plot and is instead a series of observations and anecdotes about life in NYC as a young journalist in the 1970s. Some of the descriptions of her experiences are funny, others quite shocking, and most quite insightful. One of my favorites was her description of lawyers having found the strongest “or” in the English language in the phrase “well knew or should have known.”

Blaire I was uncertain about the book until near the end where she describes the limited number of plots that exist in the world and kind of pulls together a lot of the anecdotes. So a slow read and really different. 1y
Ruthiella Great review! I have a copy but had real trouble getting a handle on it. I need to try it again with the right mindset. 👍 1y
Blaire @Ruthiella thanks! It‘s slow for a short book but I tried to treat as little journal entries and glimpses into someone‘s life and not as a book per se and then I could appreciate it much more. 1y
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Vacationers | Emma Straub
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I‘m going on vacation soon and have put together this book stack but I can‘t take them all…the Makkai is definitely coming…welcome opinions on which others to bring with me. I also have a kindle loaded up with mysteries and thrillers I like to read on planes and on the beach. Always need to cover e-reader and real books.

Ruthiella Tough decision! I would opt for the paperbacks - lighter! 1y
JamieArc I‘m headed on vacation soon as well and have been working to narrow down my stack. My approach is to read the first paragraph/page and see which ones pull me in. (edited) 1y
Blaire @Ruthiella very true - definitely more portable 1y
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Blaire @JamieArc good idea! 1y
BarbaraBB I would definitely take Oh William and Intimacies with me if I were you 💕 1y
Blaire @BarbaraBB thank you!! And those are nice light ones! 1y
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A lovely comforting read about the friendship between Nina Totenberg and Justice Ginsburg and about friendships more generally, as well as love, grief, and navigating a heavily male profession.

sarahbarnes I heard Nina talking about this book on NPR when it came out. ♥️ 1y
Cathythoughts And your picture is so comforting too❤️ 1y
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3.5 stars. She notes at the beginning that her sample is skewed. While she does talk to Lgbtq teens and Black and Hispanic teens it is primarily focused on white college bound kids from the upper middle class. Helpful to see teenagers perspectives on masculinity, sex, and how they view society‘s expectations of them.

Blaire Also it seemed clear that if they discussed these things in depth with anyone it was with their moms but that they wanted their dads to be more open about the complexity of love and sex and relationships. 1y
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Death in the Clouds | Agatha Christie
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Mysteries/thrillers and YA are my go-to reads when stressed. I really liked this one. A murder on a plane of a French woman who held the secrets of many. A great locked room mystery.

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Milkman | Anna Burns
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I loved this book. I listened to it and the narration really added to the rhythm of the book. 18 year old middle sister stands out in her community for many things, among them, reading while walking. Her descriptions of life during “the troubles” in Ireland captured the constant feeling of being watched and on alert and aware of even minute things are impacted by the conflict. The structure of the sentences was beautiful and surprising.

IuliaC I enjoyed this one too 👍 1y
Ruthiella I thought this was amazing. 👍 1y
sarahbarnes Yes! It‘s so good! 1y
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SamAnne I read this simultaneously with Say Nothing, Keefe‘s excellent book on the “Irish Troubles.” Entirely unintentional but such a great combination. 1y
Blaire @SamAnne yes! I read that last year and it was so helpful to have that historical background in reading this book. 1y
Blaire @IuliaC @Ruthiella @sarahbarnes 🙌 such a great feeling to discover a new author with a unique voice. 1y
Kangaj1 I have this as my next audiobook! So glad to hear it's a good one! 1y
CarolynM Such a good book! 1y
Blaire @Kangaj1 the audio narrator is so good. 1y
Reggie This book was so funny to me. 2 milkmen?!!! 2? I loved the wee sisters and their reading choices. And her writing was circular or something. I have fond memories of this book. 1y
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The Sentence | Louise Erdrich
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I‘m only on page 100 and already all the other book mentions in this book are giving me TBR overload. The only problem with a book about books is it makes me want to read more books!

Suet624 Haha. Yes! 1y
Cathythoughts 👍🏻😁 1y
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Violeta | Isabel Allende
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New book. New mug. Haven‘t started this one yet, but really liked “Long Petal of the Sea.”

Cathythoughts Looks good 💕 1y
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Demon Copperhead: A Novel | Barbara Kingsolver
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Damon‘s story of growing up in Lee County, VA had me hooked from the beginning. Kingsolver had empathy for each of the characters and drew them as whole people. she examines what has made Appalachians vulnerable to the ravages of pills and hopelessness a broken social services system, and tells a humane story of the people here. The language in the book was so beautiful. Loved it all but especially Angus and Annie and Mr Armstrong.

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Lots of feelings about this one. A near future dystopia where CPS is in overdrive and sends mothers to a reeducation camp where they must learn to be good mothers to robot dolls before their children can be returned to them. Felt a bit long in the middle and sometimes a touch too over the top, but made me think and brought me to tears close to the end.

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Smile | Raina Telgemeier
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Oh this page! Late 80s and early 90s captured. I remember buying a bottle of Exclamation! And washing my face with noxzema nightly. I can still smell it. Loving this graphic novel of middle school in 89-91.

megnews Yes very nostalgic! 1y
Clwojick Oh my god, the smell of Noxema is so distinctive. I can smell it now, just thinking of it. 1y
Lindy Such a fine example of the adage: A picture is worth a thousand words. 😊 1y
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Ruthiella Noxema! The facial cleanser of my youth! 😂 1y
LeahBergen Oh, the memories! 😆 1y
RebelReader Love‘s Baby Soft! That might be more 70s though 1y
Blaire @megnews @Clwojick @Lindy @Ruthiella @LeahBergen @RebelReader it captured that feeling of flipping through Seventeen magazine and trying to be a teenager when I was 10-12 years old so perfectly. Those sense memories. 😅 1y
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Smile | Raina Telgemeier
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A lighter read for a Saturday morning. Having been wanting to check out Telgemeier‘s graphic novels for a while.

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Pax | Sara Pennypacker
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This is the book my 10 year old is currently reading for his novel study. I found this coming of age story about a boy and his pet fox who become separated and have to learn how to live on their own to be really moving. I like watching how both the boy and the fox change while maintaining a connection.

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Pax | Sara Pennypacker
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This is the book my 10 year old is currently reading for his novel study. I found this coming of age story about a boy and his pet fox who become separated and have to learn how to live on their own to be really moving. I like watching how both the boy and the fox change while maintaining a connection.

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Demon Copperhead: A Novel | Barbara Kingsolver
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Really looking forward to this one.

AmyG So good. 1y
Chelsea.Poole I'm currently reading this and loving it. 1y
Blaire @AmyG @Chelsea.Poole I‘m only 20 pages in now but it is so good. Every sentence is so beautifully crafted, I want to underline it all. 1y
AmyG Only gets better! 1y
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The Drop | Michael Connelly
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I love this series - guaranteed page-turner for me. Bosch investigates a cold case and an apparent suicide. As always no one comes out looking totally clean and politics and other motives abound.

AvidReader25 I love your case! 1y
Blaire @AvidReader25 thank you! 1y
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1st book of 2023. Look at why there is resistance to use of property destruction and other tactics in the climate movement and whether such tactics are more effective than non-violence and whether they are accepted in the climate space. Not sure I quite buy the argument fully but did buy the urgency of climate change and the need for action. I did like the focus on hope and working for change as opposed to doing nothing because “we‘re doomed.”

SamAnne Will need to check it out. Just finished the March trilogy about John Lewis and the civil rights movement, which talks a lot about differences of opinion on strategy, non-violent activism vs more active protests. There certainly is more than one wilderness area in Oregon that wouldn‘t exist if people hadn‘t chained themselves to trees, pulled up survey stakes and wrecked bulldozers. My own work was in legal and outreach channels. (edited) 1y
Blaire @SamAnne he did talk a lot about both together. I think he would consider chaining to the trees non-violent but wrecking bulldozers the property destruction. he seemed to argue that kind of action isn‘t acceptable in the climate movement in America but I‘ve seen it as you‘ve described and in mountain top removal protests here in Wv with people living in trees and blocking roads (though he would put these in the non-violent group). 1y
Blaire @SamAnne his argument being climate is as urgent as civil rights and perhaps more extreme actions should be used more broadly (edited) 1y
SamAnne @Blaire definitely stacked. 1y
Reggie There is this book by Kim Stanley Robinson that sticks in my mind because in there, a heat dome settles over India and kills millions of people. And as long as it isn‘t happening to them, “richer” countries aren‘t gonna do anyone about it. Enter the Children of Kali who are climate terrorists/activists(?) and you kind of wonder what will it take for us to get serious about global warming. Stacked. 1y
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Favorites | Garret Mathews
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Here are some of my favorite reads from this year. In addition to those pictured I also really enjoyed “daisy Jones and the six” prob my best listen of the year - full cast audio; and “a tale for the time being.”

MicrobeMom Thanks Blaire! I will check these out! 1y
Tamra Love Songs is a haunting read. 1y
Cathythoughts Happy New Year ♥️🥳 1y
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Good Reading | Atwood H. Townsend
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I had a very good year in books. Met my goal of reading more big books and more poetry.

UwannaPublishme Woo hoo! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
Ruthiella Well done! 👏👏👏 1y
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Perfect read for a short flight. Thanks for the rec @Cinfhen I really enjoyed this collection of essays about the author‘s life in Israel with his wife and young son as well as his experiences traveling as an Israeli author. The essay about buying an apartment in Warsaw was particularly moving.

Cinfhen Safe travels!!! Glad you enjoyed- it‘s a bit dated but you definitely get a feel for the Israeli way of life 💙 2y
Blaire @Cinfhen would you mind sending me the contact of the driver in Jerusalem. My mom said that would be great to have. My email is blaire dot malkin at Gmail 2y
Cinfhen Just sent you an email. Hope it helps ♥️ 2y
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I‘m heading to Israel with my mom next week and picked up some books for the library to start immersing myself in some Israeli non-fiction and novels. Also downloaded To the End of the Land and a A Tale of Love and Darkness. @Cinfhen any recommendations of books or restaurants or other suggestions? We‘ll be in Eilat and Jerusalem. My mom has been many times, I‘ve only been once in 1997.

Cinfhen Ohhhhhh!!! That‘s sooooo exciting!!!! Let me think up a list and get back to you. 2y
Blaire @Cinfhen thank you!! 2y
AmyG Have a great trip. Israel is amazing! (edited) 2y
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Graywacke Wow. Enjoy your trip! I really liked (it‘s not complimentary, but it‘s sympathetic and honest) : 2y
Cinfhen I really liked this book NF by Israeli writer 2y
Cinfhen All of these restaurants are kosher - just fyi - these are meat/fish Jacko‘s Street Food, Rooftop restaurant Mamilla Hotel, Angelica
dairy/cafes : Cafe Lyon,Cafe Rimon ,Cafe Gan Sipur
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Cinfhen And these are inside Mahane Yehuda (shuk) YOU MUST GO!!! Craft pizza
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Cinfhen I have a name of a guy who gives taster‘s tours of the shuk ….if you want. It‘s a lot of fun 2y
Cinfhen I have no real tips for Eilat 2y
Cinfhen If you want any places in Tel Aviv or North lmk 😘 2y
Cinfhen Also love this historical fiction 2y
Cinfhen I also love Anna the restaurant inside the Anna Ticho House and there‘s a really nice cafe inside the Israel Museum , I think,it‘s called Modern ? I can‘t remember 😝 (edited) 2y
Blaire @Cinfhen thank you so much!! These are wonderful…appreciate you taking the time to put together this list! 😍🇮🇱 2y
Cinfhen Any other questions please ask!! I also have a reliable car service who speak / text in English if you need 🧡 2y
Blaire @Cinfhen thank you! My mom and I both speak at least conversational hebrew so we should be good. But I‘ll check in with her if she thinks it would be helpful (edited) 2y
LeahBergen Have a wonderful time! 2y
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