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Jas16

Joined April 2016

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The Map of Salt and Stars: A Novel by Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar
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My ten year old niece is looking a new book series to spend her holiday money on ( I love that she is planning ahead). She has recently loved the Babysitters Club graphic novels and would appreciate any recommendations you all may have. Thank you!

mrp27 Try the friends series by Shannon Hale or anything by Raina Telegmeier 2d
Tamra My 11 year old daughter has recently really enjoyed the TBH series. It isn‘t technically graphic novel, but they are stories told via texting. She‘s also enjoyed the graphic novel adaptation of Jackie HaHa by James Patterson. She asked for #2 for Xmas. 😄 2d
EvieBee I liked this one, and there‘s a sequel coming out next summer! 2d
EvieBee Also this series! 2d
Jas16 @mrp27 @Tamra @EvieBee Thank you all so much! All of your suggestions look amazing! 1d
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It is a good thing I recently stocked up on mysteries because that is all I have wanted to read recently. Sad to see this series end although I didn‘t love where things went for Perez. This was a mystery that kept me guessing until the end (and I was very wrong).

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Bridge of Clay | Markus Zusak
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I haven‘t posted in a bit because it‘s been a crazy couple of weeks with my father in the hospital and flying to see him. This may have affected my review of this book as I started it before Dad got sick and finished it when I returned home. I would put this between a pick and a so-so. There are some lovely moments and I read parts of this book with my heart in my throat. However, as it ambles along it never really goes anywhere in the end.

AmyG I hope your father is well. 6d
Soubhiville I hope things are looking up for your dad. 6d
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Jas16 @Soubhiville @AmyG Thank you both. We are waiting on more test results but feeling optimistic. 6d
CarolynM Sending best wishes to you and your father💕 5d
Cinfhen Hope you & your dad are well. This book was just meh for me too. 5d
Jas16 @CarolynM Thank you so much. That really means a lot. 4d
Jas16 @Cinfhen Thank you for the well wishes and for validating my overall lack of exuberance for this book. 4d
Jee_HookedOnBookz Praying for your family and that your dad gets well soon. Do take care of yourself too, Jennifer! Sending positive thoughts your way! 4d
Jas16 @Jee_HookedOnBookz Thank you so much my friend. I so appreciate you. I will write soon. 2d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I hope your dad is feeling better 💙 15h
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Sophia, our very naive protagonist, marries young in a rushed wedding that no one approves of. What follows are years of poverty as she supports her artist husband and child. She never loses her spirit but she also never really seems to mature. I frequently wanted to shake her but that just shows how vivid the writing was. Sometimes funny, often harrowing all in under 200 pages. What book by Comyns should I read next?

vivastory The Vet's Daughter! That was my first by Comyns, but I def recommend & I will be reading more. Magical realism meets suburban gothic 4w
Jas16 @vivastory That sounds fantastic! Adding it to TBR immediately. Thanks. 4w
batsy Sounds really good. We just did a group read of The Vet's Daughter and I need more Comyns in my life! 4w
Jas16 @batsy I didn‘t realize you were all reading one of her books until after going back look at some of her other titles but I am excited to see that you all liked it. 4w
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This was one of my favorites of the series. Starting with a landslide at a funeral that uncovers a body in a nearby Croft that was thought to be abandoning, Perez has to discover who the victim is what happened to her. I cannot believe there is only one more book left for me to read! Luckily I have the entire Vera to look forward to.

StellaB I enjoyed this one, too, I agree the plot was really well crafted. I personally prefer Vera to these, so hopefully you‘ll have lots to look forward to 🙂 1mo
Jas16 @StellaB I am so happy to hear that and even more happy that I have already purchased the entire series! 1mo
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This was so good. Being a nurse is difficult enough in ordinary circumstances but being a nurse in 1918 during a pandemic and a world war and helping expectant mothers who are under quarantine when you are understaffed and overextended requires the strength and grace of an extraordinary heroine. Memorable characters and vivid descriptions made this a book I won‘t be forgetting anytime soon.

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Home | Toni Morrison
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Frank is a vet who is struggling after the Korean War. That won‘t stop him from heading back to the hometown he despises to help the sister he loves. Not my favorite book by Morrison but everything she wrote was well worth reading.

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The Poet X | Elizabeth Acevedo
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An audiobook that is short in length but packed with emotion. I usually avoid books #writteninverse but so enjoyed this one. Acevado writes such strong characters and I felt so much for Xiomora as she discovers her voice and explores the tumult of emotions she feels growing into herself and finding her way within her family, her first relationship; and her world.

#booked2021

GondorGirl I adored this one! 1mo
britt_brooke SO good! 1mo
Leftcoastzen I loved this one! 1mo
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After disliking every other book I read during the last two weeks I returned to Cleeves. Right decision. It was a relief to be able to relax and trust that I was in good hands. This entry to the series was a little light on Perez which I found disappointing but otherwise it was good to be back in the Shetlands.

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Dead Water | Ann Cleeves
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After finishing the last book in this series I immediately ordered the remaining books. This wasn‘t my favorite of the Shetland books and I am wary about the new character we were introduced to. However I always enjoy my time with Perez and end each book wanting more.

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Cloud Cuckoo Land | Anthony Doerr
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Multiple characters living in different times all connected by one ancient story. This book looks daunting but even though it is a chunkster I quickly tore through it. A book that celebrates the power of the written word as it touches on history and the state of our current world. Beautifully written. I enjoyed this so much more than expected.

Jee_HookedOnBookz Been meaning to read this book! Quite a chunkster though 🤔 Glad that you enjoyed it! Love your review 💕💕 1mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz Just checked that it‘s a 24-week wait on Libby 😫 1mo
Jas16 @Jee_HookedOnBookz Yikes. That is typically when my library buys more copies. I hope yours does the same. 1mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @Jas16 I hope so too! 🤞🏼 1mo
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A book that sets the record straight on the many things humans have gotten wrong about animals from eel reproduction to the worthiness of the sloth. Entertaining even while teaching me tidbits that I am looking f forward to sharing with others.
#nonfictionsciencewrittenbyawoman #booked2021

Soubhiville I really enjoyed this one! 2mo
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I always look forward to reading Robson‘s books. Jewish Nina leaves her Venice home and goes to hide on Christian Nico‘s family farm as his new bride. Only he and the local priest know the truth as she learns to fit into her new family and community. Engrossing and emotional.

SilversReviews LOVED this book even though it was heartbreaking. 2mo
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Bewilderment | Richard Powers
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This was my first book by Powers and there were aspects of this book I loved. The father‘s love and fear for his son are so beautifully depicted and the scenes of them camping together were quietly lovely. For me everything else seemed so jarring and loud in comparison and all a step too far in ways that took away from the central storyline rather than enhancing it. I still want to read more of his work but I just didn‘t love this one.

Suet624 I keep wondering why I didn‘t care for this book. There were some great pieces of writing here and there but I just didn‘t connect with it. Except to feel a sense of despair about the state of the world. 2mo
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The Rose Garden | Susanna Kearsley
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I found a few of Kearsley‘s books in a thrift store recently and immediately snatched them up. I have meant to read more of her books but somehow never get around to them. A historical fiction, time travel book with descriptions of Cornwall that made to me add it to my list of places to visit, this book was everything I wanted in my lazy Saturday. I found the ending a bit lacking but overall it fit my mood perfectly.

robinb I‘ll have to add this one to my Kearsley TBR. Thanks! 2mo
TiredLibrarian I've also heard people with similar bookish tastes rave about Kearsley. One of these days I'll have to check her out. 2mo
BethM This pic is so great. 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty ❤️ 2mo
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I enjoyed this one even more than Cultish. One of my coworkers asked me what I was reading and decided to give this audiobook a try as well and we have had some great discussions so far and I am looking forward to checking in with her on Monday. Lots to consider and discuss in this book but it is written in such a conversational and entertaining style.

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The Heart Principle | Helen Hoang
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It may have been the first day back at work after a four day weekend but I came home to #bookmail. I loved this book so much I immediately ordered a signed copy from The Ripped Bodice. I am loving the stickers and postcard they included in the package. I was so good for most of this year but have ordered a ridiculous amount of books this month. Guess I need to take more vacation days and read.

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I am usually too nervous about a much anticipated book not living up to my expectations to read it this close to publication but I took a long weekend off and what better way to treat myself? I am definitely a Rooney fan girl so the fact I loved this should come as no surprise. Four young people trying to figure out life, relationships, and the world complete with self important emails. Not my favorite of hers but still so good.

Suet624 I can‘t wait to read this! 2mo
Jas16 @Suet624 I hope you end up liking it as much as I did. 2mo
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The Hawthorne Legacy | Jennifer Lynn Barnes
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This book does not suffer from the usual middle book in a trilogy issues. It is still a fun,full throttled, absorbing read as Avery continues to work out the reasons for her mysterious inheritance. I could have done without the love triangle but then I am not a teenage girl.

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This look at the manipulative language used by cults is very bit as fascinating as everyone keeps saying. I am adding Wordslut to library holds immediately.

KathyWheeler I hope you like Wordslut. I thought it was great. 3mo
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I was in the mood for a mystery and had put this one off because I accidentally learned the plot twist when reading a review but knowing part of what was to come didn‘t ruin my enjoyment of the book at all. I just wish I already had the next in the series ready to start right away.

BiblioLitten Is this the first in the series? 3mo
Lynnsoprano I agree completely. We probably read the same review, but it didn‘t make the story any less interesting or exciting. 2mo
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The Enchanted April | Elizabeth Von Arnim
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So glad that today was the day I took this book off of my shelves. Four strangers split the rent on a house in Italy for the month of April. Their time together heals them all in different ways as they find friendship and love. So lovely and charming.

CarolynM ❤️ The film is lovely too 3mo
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This is not a book I would normally pick up it if weren't for the fact that I adore Jane Goodall. I did not love the conversational style it was written in but still got swept away by the stories Jane told about the resiliency of nature and reasons for hope. This a book I can see gifting to others and one I am glad I read, although I won't revisit it.

SamAnne Not my usual book either, but I put a library hold on it. I need some hope. 3mo
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#unpopularopinion To be fair I really should not have read this book. I have read and disliked a couple of the author‘s other books but there were so many glowing reviews and then it was chosen for my book club so I gave it a try. Despite an interesting premise, I found it to be less inspiring and more self-helpy platitudes. But I am so far in the minority on this one.
#titleincludeslibrary #booked2021

vlwelser You are definitely not alone. 3mo
Jas16 @vlwelser Thank you for that. 3mo
mackelie I didn‘t enjoy the book either… 3mo
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mom2bugnbee I panned it as well. Definitely not alone! And I typically love books about books. 3mo
Flaneurette yeah, me too 3mo
Booksbymybed I finished it but felt the same as you 2mo
Suet624 I was less impressed with this than I thought I would be. I liked the idea of it but something didn‘t work for me. 3d
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A Town Called Solace | Mary Lawson
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Reasons I love Litsy…. I am not sure I ever would have picked up this book without having read some wonderful reviews here. This was a read in one sitting book for me. Three characters with inspecting stories who are at pivotal times of different life stages are in the type of small town where everyone knows everything about everyone else. I tend to be wary of Booker nominated books to be honest but I really enjoyed this one.

JamieArc I can‘t wait to get to this one soon. 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Sounds like the town I‘m from 😜 3mo
Cathythoughts I really enjoyed this one too 👍🏻❤️ 3mo
charl08 Still thinking of it weeks later. Loved it! 😍 3mo
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Amira heads home so that she can finish the last project for her Masters in peace and quiet only to find that a barbershop quartet has moved in. Sounds cute and fun right? Parts of this book absolutely are but it also tackles a lot within its pages- racism, homophobia, Islamaphobia. This wasn‘t the light read I was expecting but I ended up liking it all the more for it.
#musicalinstrumentoncover #booked2021

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I realized recently that while I thought highly of Ilhan Omar I knew very little about her. Listening to the audiobook was the obvious remedy and now I think even more highly of her. The bulk of this book was about her journey from Somalia to the US as a refugee but does touch on her entry into politics and being elected to Congress as a Muslim woman. It was a quick listen and I would have gladly listened to more.

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The House of Broken Angels | Luis Alberto Urrea
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Big Angel is about to die but before he goes he wants one last birthday celebration with the family he has presided over as patriarch for years. He is loved by many but knows he has not always been a good father, husband, or brother. As the family gathers we get to know their complicated history and relationships and all of the love and pain that come with both. A celebration of an imperfect man and imperfect families. #booked2021 #latinxauthor

AlaMich I loved this book! 3mo
ChaoticMissAdventures Urrea is such a good writer. And he is a super nice human too ❤️ 3mo
BarbaraBB Such a good one! 3mo
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Who would have thought that a book where John Green gives ratings to everything from sunsets to whispering would easily become my favorite of his books?These essays hold everything I love about Green, his ability to tell a story, his curiosity and his willingness to expose his large heart and vulnerabilities. I would definitely recommend the audiobook. I don‘t really listen to audiobooks more than once but this is one I think I will revisit.

BookNAround I am enjoying his podcast doing the same thing (and called the same thing). I haven‘t read the book yet but apparently here is some overlap but not completely. 3mo
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My need to finally read this is what inspired my first trip back to the library in over a year.I didn‘t see how it could top the first book but it did. Bitty is every bit as adorable but the highs and lows of his new relationship made this a much more emotional read.

Johanna414 I loved these books so much!! 3mo
Jas16 @Johanna414 I just wish there more of them! 3mo
GondorGirl There is, sort of, more to the story. Ngozi wrote a short (adult) comic story called 'Madison' as part of her final Kickstarter. I'm sure it'll eventually be for sale on the DFTBA website. She also compiled a book of all of Bitty's tweets called the 'Chirp Book'. You can buy that anywhere. 3mo
Jas16 @GondorGirl Thank you so much for letting me know! 3mo
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Don‘t ask what made me add this book to my TBR because I have no idea. It was pretty amazing to read about high school students putting their minds into solving complex scientific problems and managing to create results that impact the world.

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This book was retail therapy on a day when I needed a pick me up and it more than did its job. #containsphotos #booked2021

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This week required a light audiobook and this was a good choice. I loved the cooking competition featuring recipes made with wartime rations as four women try to win a spot as a presenter on a BBC radio show. Each woman has her own struggles in her life and winning the competition would help them all. The story got a bit overly sweet at times but I found all of the details about rationing fascinating.

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Fugitive Pieces | Anne Michaels
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A poetically written book in two parts,the first focusing on Jakob who survives a Nazi raid on his home and the second about Ben, the son of two Holocaust survivors. Both characters live with the effects of loss and grief and are haunted by the past, everything Jakob had torn away from him and everything that distances Ben from his parents. Lovely writing that made me want to highlight so many passages.

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I loved this. I wanted to rush to the happily ever after while also never wanting it to end. Charlie signs up to be on a dating show to revamp his image not expecting to find love. Then he meets Dev the producer who seems to understand him in ways no one else ever has. A m/m romance with an emphasis on diversity and mental health that also delivers on the swoon. Definitely a book all lovers of Red White and Royal Blue should add to their TBRs.

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This was a book I was so excited to get my hands on but it didn't end up being what I hoped it would be. It felt to me like a YA novel being marketed for adults. I have no issues with YA but this had the immature and impetuous protagonist and poorly developed, gratuitous romance that often give YA a bad name.It was an entertaining adventure but not the darker, deeper tale I was anticipating.

JoyBlue I read 16% today and just can't go on. Thanks for helping me not second-guess my decision. 🙄 2mo
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While We Were Dating | Jasmine Guillory
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When Ben goes in to pitch for an ad campaign he has no idea that movie star Anna will be in attendance or that their chemistry together will off the charts. Anna has high hopes that she is about to get the role of her dreams and has to stay on track while dealing with the intense stress of a life in the spotlight. I loved this. Ben and Anna are wonderful together and the emphasis on mental health really added something special.

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Unemployed and living in their car, Stan and Charmaine are given the opportunity to live in a new type of community where everyone gets their own home and jobs but spend every month in the town prison. I have heard so many negative things about this book that I didn‘t expect to like it but while it won‘t rank with my favorite Atwoods I was thoroughly entertained. #blackjack21 #booked2021

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We Run the Tides | Vendela Vida
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I chose this audiobook for #booked2021 #hear/here because being set in San Francisco it satisfies both options for the prompt. Sadly I didn‘t like it as much as everyone else does. Vida does a great job with the mean girls aspects of school girls which brought back so many memories. I got bored with it all though before the plot took some eye-roll inducing turns.

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The Last Legacy: A Novel | Adrienne Young
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A stand alone book back in the world of Fable, This was a fun and fast paced story. Perhaps a bit too fast paced as the ride felt like it sped to get in all of the intrigue and danger at the expense of developing the characters and relationships. A light pick.

BethM I like the cover. 4mo
Jas16 @BethM It is a good cover and I suspect that many people will enjoy the book more than I did. 4mo
Jas16 @annahenke I would be more than happy to mail you my copy if you would like 4mo
annahenke @Jas16 I would love that!! Thank you so much! My email is anna@theresidentwriter.com. I very much enjoyed her book 4mo
Jas16 @annahenke I sent you an email but in case it didn‘t go through my email address Is himynameisjen@hotmail.com If you want to send me your mailing address 4mo
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11/22/63: A Novel | Stephen King
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I haven‘t read a book by King in years but my sister passed this book onto me after loving it and I am glad she did. I loved the time travel aspect and seeing the 50‘s through Jake‘s eyes as he works to prevent the Kennedy assassination from happening. I would not have complained if it had been a couple hundred pages shorter but you could feel how much fun King had writing it.

JenReadsAlot This was my first King book I read and loved it! 5mo
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Battle Royal: A Novel | Lucy Parker
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I may have a new favorite by Lucy Parker. Dominic, the borderline grumpy hero, first met creative, joyful Sylvie when she was contestant on the baking show where he is the harsh but truthful judge. They are reunited when she returns as a judge and they end up in their own competition for a contract to bake for a royal wedding. This book was so good I was driven to start watching the Great British Bake-off in an effort to cure my book hangover.

Bianca Love GBBO! 5mo
Jas16 @Bianca I am now completely addicted 5mo
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Crying in H Mart: A Memoir | Michelle Zauner
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Memoirs about grief may be a hard sell but this book was so fantastic that I just want everyone to read it. Zauner writes about the complexities of grief, of care giving, of growing up bi-racial, and of mother daughter relationships, with such raw honesty and beauty. Great on audio as well.

AmyG I have heard wonderful things about this book. 5mo
Jas16 @AmyG It lives up to the hype. 5mo
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The Guncle | Steven Rowley
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I was looking for a lighter audiobook and decided to give this one a try despite being underwhelmed by one of Rowley‘s previous books. Very glad that I did because it was every bit as charming as everyone on Litsy says it is. Humor, heart, and great narration made this one difficult to pause when my audio walls were over.

LeslieO Ha! We posted The Guncle at the same time. 5mo
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Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox | Maggie O'Farrell
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Iris discovers that she has a great aunt that she has never heard of who has been locked in a mental institution for over 60 years. The institution is about to close and Iris the only relative left to make decisions. Who is this woman? Why was she erased from their family? Slim, sad, and difficult to put down as the family secrets come to light. Definitely a book I will recommend often.

ChaoticMissAdventures I found Maggie O'Farrell about 2 years ago and everything I pick up from her I just love. 5mo
Jas16 @ChaoticMissAdventures I have only read a couple of her books but really need to read them all. 5mo
Suet624 Great and intriguing review. 5mo
youneverarrived I really liked this too! 5mo
charl08 Still remember this one despite a goldfish memory. Made an impact on me. 5mo
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The Doctor: A Novel | Patricia Duncker
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This novel is a fictional account of the life of James Miranda Barry, a doctor who had been a girl but lived as a man in the 1800s and was not what I had hoped it would be. The author focuses on the lack of choices a woman at the time had but I never got a sense of who Barry was or what he wanted. I think I should read one of his biographies instead. #mustacheonthecover #booked2021

charl08 I read one of the biographies but I'm not sure I ever got a sense of what JMB wanted - had to be so careful to preserve the mask. 5mo
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Malibu Rising | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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These days when a new Taylor Jenkins Reid comes out, I know I have to read it and this one lived up to all expectations. I am so glad that I chose audio because Julia Whelan is a fantastic narrator and it made me enjoy every moment of my long Sunday walk.

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American Varian Fry travels to Marseille with the hopes of saving great artists and thinkers from the Nazis. The work is dangerous and challenging but he assembles a network of those just as passionate about his task. He also has to question whether anyone has a life that deserves saving more than another‘s. This is a long book and but one that it is easy to get swept away in with its vibrant cast of characters and the high stakes they face daily.

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Mary Jane | Jessica Anya Blau
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Spending the summer working for the Cone family taking care of their daughter, sheltered Mary Jane comes to realize that every not family is like her own and not every adult shares her parents‘ world view. I was annoyed by Mary Jane in the beginning but overtime was just as charmed by her and her story as everyone else in the book grows to be. A fun and light audiobook with a great narrator.

KathyWheeler She really was a great narrator. I‘m glad I listened to this book because of her. (edited) 5mo
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Today‘s #bookmail. I have been wanting to start buying titles from The British Library Women Writers series since I first saw them and I finally decided to treat myself to a couple. Of course I had to buy these two together.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty 💗💗 6mo
LeahBergen I have these two shelved side by side. 😆 6mo
Cathythoughts Lovely books 👏🏻💕 6mo
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erzascarletbookgasm 😍👏 6mo
batsy Fab 😍 6mo
MaureenMc 🤩 5mo
BethM These books are so pretty! I‘ve never heard of them. 5mo
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