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Emmalibby

Emmalibby

Joined June 2017

I live in the UK. IT Support Tech. loves winter, tea and anything a bit geeky. @juliemaos on goodreads
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Kinship of Secrets | Eugenia Kim
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3.5/5
It took me a little longer to read this one because I haven't been well recently. It was a good read though, told through the perspectives of two sisters kept apart by war. It was well written, i'll probably check out her other novel.

#fiction #whatireadin2019 #historicalfiction

Smrloomis Hope you‘re feeling better now! 🤞🏽 11mo
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The Lingering | SJI Holliday
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Panpan

1/5
Unfortunately I did not like this. I didn't find any of the characters overally interesting and the story was a bit underwhelming. I was quite disappointed because the blurb looked good.
Plus one of the main characters was really annoying!

#whatireadin2019 #fiction

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Washington Black | Esi Edugyan
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4/5
I really enjoyed this book. It was well written and I didn't want to put it down. The only thing that I didn't like was the ending, just felt a little underwhelming.
Overall a very good read though!

#booksireadin2019 #fiction #historicalfiction #readingchallenge

AmyG I haven‘t seen this cover. I loved this book. 12mo
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Washington Black | Esi Edugyan
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I've been sent home sick so I'm all wrapped up on the sofa, switching between watching netflix and starting Washington Black.

#fiction #washingtonblack #esiedugyan

cobwebmoth Feel better soon! 12mo
Emmalibby @cobwebmoth thank you 😊 12mo
MidnightBookGirl Here's to health and bookish wealth! 12mo
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Jas16 Hope you feel better soon 12mo
readordierachel Feel better! 12mo
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4/5
I really liked this biography, it took a little while to get into but overall it was a really good read. I've read quite a bit on tudor history but never really read much about Margaret and didn't know she was so involved in English and Scottish politics. If you are interested in 16th century history I definitely recommend it.

(2 books relating to the same topic for #aroundtheyearin52books )

#nonfiction #history #biography #whatireadin2019

Crazeedi I enjoy this period of history, like these kind of non fiction if they aren't too dry. I've not read this author yet 12mo
Slajaunie I love history but it can‘t be too dry. 12mo
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The Secret History | Donna Tartt
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Mini book haul:
I've got Xmas money to spend (most of it will be going on books 😊) so I've bought two more. I've heard great things about 'Conversations with Friends' and I'm excited about 'The Secret History' because I loved The Goldfinch.
Picked the other two up at the library, not that I need more library books!

#bookhaul #fiction #whatiboughtin2019 #librarybooks

lynneamch I loved The Goldfinch too! 12mo
SqueakyChu I liked The Secret History even better than The Goldfinch. Great haul!! 12mo
Freespirit I also liked The Secret History better than The Goldfinch. Enjoy!! 12mo
LouiseWalters I bought The Secret History on the strength of The Goldfinch. 12mo
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One my resolutions this year is to read more instead of looking at my phone at lunch. Started this today and it's pretty good so far.

#nonfiction #history #biography

MrBook 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 12mo
Crazeedi Curious if this is good, looks like something I might enjoy! 12mo
readinginthedark That seems like a great resolution; I should do that! 12mo
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White Chrysanthemum | Mary Lynn Bracht
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4/5
A brilliant debut novel on a difficult but important subject. It was a very good read but quite harrowing in some parts. I did cry my way through the last few chapters.
I would definitely recommend this book.

(a book with a plant in the title or cover for #popsugarchallenge and a book with an elderly character for #aroundtheyearin52books)

#whatireadin2019 #fiction #historicalfiction #pop19 #aroundtheyearin52books

TrishB I loved this book ❤️ 12mo
Emmalibby @TrishB it's my fave of the books I've read recently, haven't got so emotional over a book in a while. 12mo
MrBook Great review! 12mo
readinginthedark This sounds so good but so hard to read! 🙈 12mo
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Home Fire: A Novel | Kamila Shamsie
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My Christmas/New Year book haul.
I'm so excited to get started on these and ready for a new year. I wasn't the best reader or very good at updating litsy or goodreads last year but I am going to be better this time!
I'm aiming to complete the #popsugarchallenge and maybe the #aroundtheyearin52books on goodreads.

#bookhaul #fiction #readingchallenge #history

ju.ca.no Really good haul!!😍 12mo
Emmalibby @ju.ca.no I've already read White Chrysanthemum, I'm excited to get started on the rest! 12mo
ju.ca.no @Emmalibby I need to put that one on my list as well! 12mo
SqueakyChu The Vegetarian is weird but soooo interesting! 12mo
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4/5
It's been so long since I've posted here and to be honest I haven't been the best reader lately, unless fanfic counts! I will become better at posting here.
Anyway I've loved every Neil Gaiman book I've read and this was no different. It didn't grip me as much as his other's but it was still a very good read.
Plus the illustrations in this are fantastic.

#fantasy #neilgaiman #fiction #whatireadin2018

CarolynM Welcome back! 1y
readinginthedark I love this book (listened to it on audio); I'll have to check out the illustrations in this copy! 12mo
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4/5
It's been a while since my last post but it took me a while to read this. I did really enjoy it but my head was not in the right place to read for huge lengths of time. And it is over 800 pages long.
It could have been a little bit shorter but overall a good read.

Fulfilled the #over600pages for #litsyreadingchallenge and #abookaboutdeathorgrief for #popsugarchallenge

#whatireadin2018 #readingchallenge2018 #fiction #lrc #pop18

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Mini library book haul:

Elizabeth's Rival, Nicola Tallis
Entitled, a critical history of the British aristocracy, Chris Bryant

Picked both of these up yesterday, not that I need anymore library books! 😄

ReadingRuby Elizabeth‘s Rival sounds so good! 2y
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Mini book haul
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt

Bought yesterday from Waterstones. I don't usually buy new to me authors but I've still got Christmas vouchers to spend so thought I'd treat myself. 😄

#fiction #bookhaul #whatiboughtin2018

trazo The Goldfinch is one of my absolute favorite books! Enjoy 😉 2y
AnneCecilie I've read and loved both books. 2y
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The Mirror Thief | Martin Seay
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Bailedbailed

I've been trying to read this for weeks but I just can't read it anymore. There's nothing wrong with the writing in sections but it doesn't feel like a connected story and I don't really care what happens.

(It probably didn't help I read an excellent nonfiction and I've been distracted with kpop recently!)

A Book you started in 2017 but never finished for #litsyreadingchallenge

#readingchallenge #challenge #lrc #whatireadin2018 #fiction

TracyReadsBooks I enjoyed the book—particularly the sections on Vegas in the second half—but a lot of friends didn‘t. It‘s being adapted for tv which may be a better way to enjoy the story. 2y
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Book by a poc author for #febinbooks18
Another one from my #tbr list. I got this for Christmas and I'm looking forward to reading it; I've heard great things.

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction

Samplergal I‘m starting a new book club and I picked this as the first book. Just started it. I don‘t think it will be an easy read. 2y
Amabear Hey! Where can I find the print for the #febinbooks18? 2y
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Book that starts with a T for #febinbooks18
Another one on my #tbr list! This is actually my dad's book that he got a couple of Christmases ago but he hasn't got round to it yet. (I see where I get it from 😄)

#readingchallenge #challenge #nonfiction #history #crime #truecrime

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#oldestbook on your shelf for #febinbooks18
I probably own older books than this from my teenage/child years but those are all boxed up so are no longer on my shelf.
I've probably owned this for 15 years and it is brilliant. If no one had watched the tv series go watch it!

(And also my Harry Potter books which I've had since they came out originally)

#readingchallenge #challenge #nonfiction #history #military

Emmalibby @Emilyjayne it's a monthly challenge where you post each day based on a bookish theme, hosted by @bookisglee. I can't link on here but you can see the challenge prompts on one of my earlier posts. ☺ 2y
paperbacksandlotsoflaughs @Emmalibby brilliant thank you!x 2y
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The Mirror Thief | Martin Seay
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#bookmarkappreciation for #febinbooks18
I think this is one of the only bookmarks I now own. It came as part of a set from waterstones but I have no idea where the rest have gone! I really need to pick some more up 😄

The book is The Mirror Thief, I'm still reading it after a couple of weeks. I'm finding it hard going but I will finish it!

#readingchallenge #challenge

ReadingRuby The bookmark is so cute 😍 2y
Emmalibby @rubyhanmer I know, I'm annoyed I've lost the rest of them! 2y
RadicalReader @Emmalibby gorgeous bookmark. There isn‘t anything better than millions of beloved bookmarks 12mo
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Weekend library book haul.
I'm most excited about the Margaret Atwood book, I've been wanting to pick The Handmaids Tale or Alias Grace after watching the series but they're always out on loan!

Jack the Ripper: Case Closed, Gyles Brandreth
Sons of the Blood, Robyn Young
Hag-Seed, Margaret Atwood

#libraryhaul #fiction #historicalfiction #crime

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The Night Watch | Sarah Waters
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#booksetinhistory for #febinbooks18
For this prompt I thought I'd list all the historical fiction books on my #tbr list. Some of these have been on my shelf for years. I've heard good things about all of them so looking forward to finally reading them!

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction #historicalfiction

Christine11 The Book Thief is amazing 😊 2y
batsy I've read the top 3 and enjoyed them! 2y
youneverarrived Love Sarah Waters! 2y
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Emmalibby @Christine11 I've seen the film and loved it so looking forward to reading it! 2y
Emmalibby @batsy that's good to hear, I'm looking forward to reading them. 2y
Emmalibby @youneverarrived I read Fingersmith years ago but never got round to reading any others of hers. I need to catch up! 2y
Sophoclessweetheart Great selection xx 2y
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#newautobuyauthors for #febinbooks18
I rarely buy with new authors, I try to get the from the library first but these are my most recent new authors I've loved.
I haven't read the tagged book yet, I got this for Christmas but I loved his others.

And also my recent favourite reads by David Olusoga and Samuel Bjork.

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction #nonfiction #horror #crime #history

BookishMe Neither do I buy authors new to me... I want to challenge myself to buy a captivating book I have never heard of. Alas with all the social media filled with bookish news and lists, I recognize most books/ writers even if I don't read them 2y
Emmalibby @BookishMe I've found that as well 😄 2y
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#anticipatedfebruaryread for #febinbooks18
I got this from the library a couple of weeks ago and am looking forward to starting it. (Though maybe not tonight, I've been watching The Exorcist tv show all evening and I need something lighter!)

#readingchallenge #challenge #febinbooks18 #nonfiction #history #crime

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Untitled | Unknown
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Let's see how much of this month I actually complete this time! I didn't do very well in January but it was fun so giving February a go as well 😄
Hosted by @bookisglee

#readingchallenge #challenge #febinbooks18

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I don't usually give 5☆ but I think this is one. Difficult read at times cause of the subject but meticulously researched and a really important part of British history that is usually left out.
Plus David is a really good storyteller; I didn't want to put this down!
(Think I might have found my new historian crush, he's brilliant)

#2017awardwinner for #litsyreadingchallenge

#readingchallenge #whatireadin2018 #nonfiction #history #lrc

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Wolf Hall | Hilary Mantel
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#favouritehistoricalreads for #janinbooks18
There wasn't another book I could have picked for this. I love this book so much.
I would recommend this!

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction #historicalfiction

CarolynM Absolutely! 2y
batsy Love this book (and that cover) 2y
ReadingRuby This is my favourite book! I‘m planning on rereading it this year 2y
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chapter_fifty2017 I agree fabulous book !!!😍 2y
TheAnitaAlvarez Love this book with a passion 2y
Emmalibby @rubyhanmer me too, hoping to reread both before the last one comes out (if it does this year!) 2y
ReadingRuby I read somewhere (I can‘t remember where) that it‘s been pushed back to 2019 💔 but hopefully I‘m wrong! 2y
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Untitled | Unknown
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1. Yes but only one end of the sofa. It's actually next to the bookcase.
2. Both! I usually read two books at once.
3. Depends on the book.
4. Usually just drink tea.
5. I don't but don't mind if someone has music/tv on as long as it's not too loud.
6. Usually two at once, fiction & non fiction
7. At home and when travelling by train/plane.
8. Silently
9. Sometimes!
10. Like new
11. No, only when I was a student
12. Anyone who wants to! 📚

RadicalReader @Emmalibby do you read one physical book and one audiobook or are they normally the same format? 12mo
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Saturday Library book haul;
The World's War, David Olusoga
Black and British, David Olusoga
The Invention of Murder, Judith Flanders
A Book of American Martyrs, Joyce Carol Pages

I've been watching David Olusoga's tv show on the BBC and he tells a story well so I thought I'd check out his books. Looking forward to reading up on history that is not covered enough!

#fiction #nonfiction #history #military #crime

RachelO He's an amazing storyteller- B&B is such a good read, as well as being really interesting/important. 2y
Emmalibby @RachelO I've already got quite far in it. I started to see what it was like and couldn't stop reading! I'm reading it over my other non fiction book now. 2y
RachelO @Emmalibby 😁👍 2y
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Untitled | Unknown
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1. So many! Kenan and Kel, X-Men the animated series, Hey Arnold, Blue Peter. I could go on 😀
2. I haven't really read many. I've got some war memoirs on my tbr list so I'm sure that will change.
3. Chocolate ice cream, all others are fine!
4. Winter Olympics and the Black Panther film!
5. It's so no longer a Friday so I won't tag anyone. #friyayintro 💜

Thanks for tagging me @CarolynM
#friyayintro @jesshowbooks

RadicalReader @Emmalibby I forever love watching The Amanda Show hilarious my favorite skit on there was definitely Judge Trudy 12mo
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The Mirror Thief | Martin Seay
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#currentlyreading for #janinbooks18
I tried reading this last year but couldn't get into it at the time so returned it to the library.
Started it again this morning and I'm enjoying it so far.

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction #historicalfiction

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3.5/5
I really like this in the end. It took a little while for me to get into this which is why I couldn't put it at a 4.
Really interesting narration style but it wasn't until halfway through that I started liking it. It was good that it was also told from others affected by military action as well as the soldier. Tough in places as well because the author is writing from experience.

#readingchallenge #whatireadin2018 #fiction

Bklover Belated welcome to Litsy!! 2y
Emmalibby @Bklover thank you! ☺ 2y
robinb Happy to have you here! 😊 2y
Emmalibby @robinb thanks! ☺ 2y
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Seveneves: A Novel | Neal Stephenson
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Recommended Sci-fi read for #janinbooks18
I've not actually read this, it was recommended to me by our local Waterstones. I bought it last year but haven't got round to it yet because it such a big book.
I've heard mixed things about, looks like it's a love or hate it type of book.

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction #scifi #sciencefiction

melyndarae This sounds awesome. Definitely going to have to read this. 2y
Emmalibby @melyndarae the assistant at the store sold it well and they're usually right so I'm hoping it will be! 2y
TorieStorieS I loved this book!!! 2y
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SandyW I read it awhile ago, so I don't remember much, but I loved this one! 2y
Emmalibby @TorieStorieS @SandyW I'm looking forward to reading it! 2y
BestDogDad I loved it. Yes, it‘s definitely a love it or hate it book. 2y
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Saturday book haul.

Bought:
A Darker Shade of Magic, V E Schwab
Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman
Easy Company Soldier, Don Malarkey

Library copies;
The Mirror Thief, Martin Seay
Anatomy of a Soldier, Harry Parker
The Magician King, Lev Grossman

#bookhaul #fiction #fantasy #autobiography #history #nonfiction #historicalfiction #whatiboughtin2018

DrexEdit I have both The Mirror Thief and The Magician King on my #TBR list. 2y
Emmalibby @DrexEdit The Mirror Thief is next on my list! I'll let you know how it is. 2y
Elisa I‘ve only read Neverwhere among these, and loved it! 2y
Emmalibby @elisa I've only read American Gods of his but I loved it so I'm excited to read neverwhere. 2y
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Atonement | Ian McEwan
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Book to silver screen for #janinbooks18
I've had this book since the film came out but I've never actually read it! It's the longest tbr on my shelf by far. I must make sure I read it this year.

#readingchallenge #challenge #fiction

DrexEdit It's a very good read! 2y
Emmalibby @DrexEdit I loved the film so that's good to hear! 2y
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A Little Life: A Novel | Hanya Yanagihara
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Favourite tear jerker book for #janinbooks18
I don't think I've ever been as emotionally wrecked from a book as this one. I read it last year, mainly on train journeys which wasn't a good idea because I hate crying in public. I couldn't read anything else for a while, this stayed with me for long time.

#readingchallenge #fiction

Mitch It was heart wrenching at times wasn‘t it. It‘s one of the few books I‘ve just had to close and walk away from for periods of time. Loved it! 2y
Emmalibby @Mitch yeah me too. It took me a little longer than usual to read because I kept having to have breaks from it. It was brilliant though! 2y
Mitch Absolutely @Emmalibby I also didn‘t read anything for quite a while after! Maybe find something light! 2y
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I'm Travelling Alone | Samuel Bjork
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4/5
I really enjoyed this. I loved the story and the group of detectives are great. I meant to read this last year but never got round to it. Wish I'd started earlier. I will be checking out the sequel!
Also crossed off my #nordicnoir for #popsugarchallenge

#whatireadin2018 #readingchallenge #pop18 #fiction #crime

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The Lightning Tree | Emily Woof
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Mehso-so

I feel a little bad about putting this book as so-so because it was probably a little better than that. I'd probably give it a 3/3.5 I liked the 80s setting and she wrote the love story well but it felt like I could just put the book down and not finish it. Crossed off my #booksetinthedecadeyouwereborn for #popsugarchallenge and #bookwithacolourfulcover for #litsyreadingchallenge.

#whatireadin2018 #readingchallenge #fiction #pop18 #lrc

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Leviathan Wakes | James S.A. Corey
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First book in a series for #janinbooks18 is Leviathan Wakes in The Expanse series.
I read the first three of these last year. I'm surprised that it took me so long to find a sci-fi book I loved as it is my favourite tv/film genre.
I'm aiming to catch up with the rest of the series this year! #readingchallenge #scifi #theexpanse #challenge

SmallestAct I'm also looking forward to read this book! I love the series, it's so dark and complex. 2y
Emmalibby @SmallestAct I'm due to be reading the 4th soon, I'm looking forward to getting back into it. The 2nd has been my favourite so far, loved the different characters! 2y
SmallestAct @Emmalibby good news for me: more beautiful books to read! :) which character is your favourite? 2y
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Emmalibby @SmallestAct I think probably Chrisjen, (2nd book). I also love Bobby and Prax (2nd book) and Miller as well. 2y
SmallestAct Chrisjen is my favourite from the TV-series! Her character is complex and smart, and she dresses beautifully! Can't wait to start this book, just a few more pages in my current book 2y
Emmalibby @SmallestAct She's just as awesome in the books! Enjoy 😊 2y
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Reading Goals and Resolutions for #janinbooks18
*Complete my goodreads challenge which is set to 40 books
*Complete one year long reading challenge (will either be the #readingwomenchallenge #popsugarchallenge or #litsyreadingchallenge) I haven't made up my mind yet 😊
*Read genres I usually avoid
*Read books that have been on my shelf for years!

#readingchallenge #readingchallenge2018

melyndarae I couldn't decide between those challenges, so I kind of combined them. I made a list of ones I liked and alteted some and even added a few of my own. I'm looking forward to some of the more difficult ones. 2y
Emmalibby I think that's what I'll have to do. I'm hoping there's going to be some crossovers as well! 2y
Mitch Great resolution- I‘m going to have a good at the Reading Women one. My first challenge! 2y
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Devotion | Louisa Young
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Day 2: First read of the year.
My first book of the year is Devotion by Louisa Young. I'm only halfway through but it's good so far.
It covers a family in Britain and Italy over 10 years in between WW1 and WW2. I've put this as a pick for now, let's hope I don't need to change it! #readingchallenge #janinbooks18 #fiction #whatireadin2018

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Day 1 Most anticipated read: Young and Damned and Fair by Gareth Russell
I got this for Christmas and I'm so excited to read it. I'm always a little wary of male historians writing about women in history but I've already started reading the first chapter and it looks good so far.
I'm going to try to complete the #janinbooks18 challenge but I usually terrible at completing them! #readingchallenge #whatireadin2018 #history #nonfiction

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Starting my 2018 Reading Challenge. I set my challenge on goodreads to 40 which seems a little low but I didn't read much last year. I'm hoping to beat this challenge this year. (Just need to stop reading archive of own instead! 😊) #readingchallenge #readingchallenge2018 #whatireadin2018

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I loved this! I was a little sceptical at first but by the first chapter I had already changed my mind. I hadn't read any of his books before and didn't realise that it was part of a series but thankfully it didn't seem to matter to the story. I received another of his books for Christmas so I'm looking forward to reading that one!

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The Dark Circle | Linda Grant
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Mehso-so

This was a little disappointing. It was an easy read (I read this incredibly fast) but I didn't find myself invested in the characters and it didn't feel like there was too much of a plot. It would be good to read travelling or if you don't have time to get sucked into a book but otherwise I wouldn't bother.

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The Fortunes | Peter Ho Davies
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Happy New Year! One of my resolutions is to post more on Litzy (and insta) so I'm starting with a book I probably finished about a month ago!
I really enjoyed this, I liked more sections than others but it was a good read overall and I felt all the stories were well connected. I probably won't be rushing out and buying a copy but well worth picking up a copy in the library.

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Dreams and Shadows: A Novel | C. Robert Cargill
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I've put this as a pick but I did have a couple of issue with this book. Some of the characters weren't as developed as they could have been and the ending felt a little rushed for me but I did enjoy reading it on the whole.

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I picked this up as a birthday present for myself and I loved it. It focuses on seven of Queen Victoria's grandchildren and their marriages and it's not a huge book so doesn't go into too much detail but it was a very easy read and it did leave me wanting to know more. Would recommend for anyone interested in this period of history.

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I made sure I took a trip to Barter Books when in Alnwick; it's a bookworms heaven!
Books picked up;
Parachute Infantry (David Kenyon Webster), Don't Blink (James Patterson), Beyond Black (Hilary Mantel) and collected poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt

DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚👍😀Hope you enjoy it here! 3y
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