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KatieanneF

KatieanneF

Joined December 2016

Wife to Jess, dog mom to Hugo, book lover, theatre lover, ABA behavior specialist. So we read on, boats against the current 📚 ✨
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Unabridged Edgar Allan Poe by Edgar Allan Poe
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What to Expect When You're Expecting | Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
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I haven‘t been on here in a while because I‘ve been busily reading this book and growing a new little person! Our baby girl is arriving in October 💕👶🏻🎀

cobwebmoth Congratulations! 1mo
rohit-sawant Congratulations! 1mo
Birdsong28 Congratulations 🎉🎊🍼📚📖 1mo
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JoScho 💗💗💗 1mo
julesG Congratulations! 1mo
CrowCAH Congrats 🎉❤️ October is a great month! 1mo
ravenlee Congratulations and good luck! I read nothing but parenting books and magazines for several years after having my daughter - except I started reading real books to her while nursing. It helped my sanity! 1mo
Eggs Congratulations 🎉🎈🎊 1mo
JessClark78 Congratulations! 🎊💗🎉 1mo
CarolynM Congratulations 💕 Take good care of yourself 1mo
KatieanneF Wow thank you all so much for your kindness and well wishes! My wife and I are overjoyed 🎀💕 1mo
rretzler Congratulations! 💕So exciting! In addition to the tagged book which is full of great advice, may I also recommend the following book which is a very humorous and fun book, with some good advice too! 4w
rretzler Also, this book was one we referred to quite often and I often purchase it for friends who are expecting. 4w
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Scythe | Neal Shusterman
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Listen folks, it‘s a YA series and I ploweddddd through the first two books. It‘s a great, fast read and such an interesting concept. Highly recommend if you want a fun, engaging read . Disappointed that the third book of the series isn‘t on audible... ⛏ #arcofthescythe #YA #Scythe

TheBookKeepers Right I‘m so ready for book 3 after finishing Thunderhead!!!! Agh! 3mo
KatieanneF @TheBookKeepers oh is the third book not out yet?? So glad you enjoyed it as much as I did. I think it would make a great movie (and I think Sarah Paulson should play Scythe Curie lol) 3mo
TheBookKeepers No it‘s not! 😬. Yes she‘d be great!! I actually wasn‘t familiar with her patron name and came across it in my kiddos science book the other day! Now I wanna go back and look up all the other scythe names I didn‘t recognize! 3mo
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KatieanneF @TheBookKeepers yes! I looked them all up too! Glad to know the third one hasn‘t come out yet- it is something to look forward to. 3mo
Shley9225 @KatieanneF @TheBookKeepers omg nooooo I‘m DYING waiting for The Toll. I am NOT glad it‘s not out yet I need to know what happens noooowww 2mo
KatieanneF @Shley9225 I‘m definitely very excited to know what‘ll happen next!! 2mo
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Desperation | Stephen King
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What is going on here? Will this piece itself together? I‘m intrigued but thoroughly confused... #king #stephenking #horror

sprainedbrain Yes, I thought it all came together. 😃 3mo
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Adultery: A novel | Paulo Coelho
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I often remark that #coelho is able to write so convincingly with a woman‘s voice. This was not the case, here. I‘m not prudent but it felt exploitative for no real reason. Having just come off of reading Eleven Minutes, which I LOVED, this one just never felt like it got where it was going... still love PC, though!

GingerAntics I had issues with another of this author‘s books earlier this week. I really don‘t think I‘m a fan of this author at all. 3mo
KatieanneF @GingerAntics I generally really love his books, but this one felt really different. Which book did you find problems with? 3mo
GingerAntics The Alchemist. I felt like it was almost cliche. It was just “you can make anything happen in your life” which I find really ridiculous as it may have good intentions but it‘s generally used to blame people who do not succeed or live up to expectations for their lot in life instead of looking at situations individually and objectively. It almost came off as a life philosophy tract. I probably won‘t read anymore by this guy. 3mo
KatieanneF @GingerAntics totally get what you‘re saying. I love The Alchemist and I think it‘s a very beautiful story, but I can definitely understand why yours is a popular critique of the book. 3mo
GingerAntics I liked the adventure. The story itself was good. I wish more time had been spent on that then waxing poetic about personal legends. I actually really liked the ending that he sent him all the way to the pyramids just to see them and the treasure was always back home. 3mo
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Different Seasons | Stephen King
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I‘ve gotten through Shawshank, Apt Pupil and most of The Body. Why and how has the most horrible part of any of this been this leech business?!? I actually felt queasy and I‘m not at all squeamish. Dear, King, what the heck?! #stephenking #horror

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Big weekend, folks 🧩. Excited to frame and hang this over our new bookcase 💙 📚

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Psycho | Robert Bloch
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Absolutely loved!! Perfectly executed with a great foundation for Norman Bates‘ character and his mother. Excellently creepy!
“If I told them what you did, mother, you‘d be in a home for The criminally insane!”
“Yes. Yes, that‘s probably where I‘d be...but I wouldn‘t be there alone.”
#horror #psycho

whatshesreadingnow Great quote! 🖤🖤🖤 4mo
Freespirit Creepy!! 4mo
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Psycho | Robert Bloch
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Admittedly had no idea this movie was adapted from a novel until very recently, but it turns out the source material is GREAT! I read half the book yesterday. It dives a little deeper into the psychology of Norman Bates and to power his mother has over him. #psycho #horror

dariazeoli I didn‘t know this, either! 4mo
KatieanneF @dariazeoli it‘s so good!! If you like the movie, I HIGHLY recommend the book! 4mo
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Eleven Minutes | Paulo Coelho
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This is an exquisite book. Loving every bit of it. He‘s such a very gifted author who writes brilliantly in a women‘s voice- a rare feat in male authors, I find. #paulocoelho #coelho

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There will never be a time when I feel I‘ve read this too many times. I feel like I learn something new with each reread and at every junction in my life, I‘ve needed to hear something else this book has to say. Just beautiful #mitchalbom

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The Secret Place | Tana French
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This is going in a VERY unexpected direction- different than her previous books. Not sure how I feel about it, but I‘m still enjoying it 📚. Interested to see where it‘s all headed.

vivastory This is my least favorite of her books, but she did some interesting things with it 5mo
KatieanneF @vivastory it would be hard to top Broken Harbor or The Likeness- both which I loved so much. I‘m sort of confused by this one- even as its narrated; half first person and half semi-omniscient. Her writing is still beautiful, of course 5mo
vivastory @KatieanneF Those changes are two of my favorites, too. So is the next one after Secret Place 5mo
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The Haunting of Hill House | Shirley Jackson
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Finished this one a few weeks ago. I‘ve loved the movie (from the 90s) since I was 9- my first horror movie- and recently fell in love with the show on Netflix so I figured it was about time I read it. All the dreariness and bleakness I felt was missing from the finale of the TV show (I loved it, but it seemed somehow not to fit). This book was absolutely excellent.

DavidDiamond Watch The Haunting (1963) which is a much more faithful adaptation of the novel and its great!! 5mo
KatieanneF @DavidDiamond I will definitely check it out!! 5mo
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The Children Act | Ian McEwan
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Not my favorite plot, but with all the longing, poetic language I‘ve come to expect from Mr. McEwan. A quick, enjoyable bit of prose.

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The Children Act | Ian McEwan
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Have you ever read a book and wanted so badly to love it because you felt so much loyalty to the author? That is the case here. I know he‘s brilliant- and the words in this are just beautiful. But. I‘m having a hard time with this one. I‘ll hang on because it‘s not very long- maybe the end will surprise me. Definitely some interesting ideas, here. #ianmcewan #thechildrenact

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Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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#audible thrills and chills sale got me so good...

Birdsong28 The Dan Stevens Frankenstein is so good!! I have been listening to it this month as I got it in The Monster Collection when it was on offer for £3.99 instead of £43 as it has Dracula read by Greg Wise and Dr Jekyll read by Richard Armitage. Really got me in the mood for Halloween 🎃👻📚📖 7mo
KatieanneF @Birdsong28 I‘m so excited for the Dan Stevens Frankenstein!! Really ready for Halloween lol 7mo
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Hippie | Paulo Coelho
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Has anyone else read this? As is so often the case with #paulocoelho, the story takes a backseat to the prosaic, lyric words he uses to tell it. Awesome insight to his beautiful mind. #hippie

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NOS4A2 | Joe Hill
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I absolutely LOVED this book- the idea that everyone lives in a slightly different/unique version of the world, the INCREDIBLY real and lived in characters...a joy from top to bottom. Will definitely be reading more by Joe Hill in the future! #nos4a2 #joehill #horror

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NOS4A2 | Joe Hill
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Absolutely having a blast with this book. What a fun spooky story with outrageously well written character. Excited to see where this is all headed!!

KathyWheeler I say this all the time — Joe Hill just gets better and better. 8mo
KatieanneF @KathyWheeler what else would you recommend if his? This is my first! 8mo
KathyWheeler @KatieanneF Heart Shaped Box, I liked Horns but not everyone did, the Fireman, and, if you like graphic novels, I highly recommend Locke & Key. 8mo
Readingismyescape I loved this book. 8mo
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My favorite of her books so far. This one broke my heart in a way that is rare and worthy of some self analysis. As each detail of the plot was uncovered, I found myself tripping over new emotional hurdles. What a well crafted story. Highly recommended #tanafrench #brokenharbor

vivastory I completely agree. This & The Likeness are my two favorites by her that I've read so far. I'm currently on The Secret Place. 8mo
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With all the heartache and darkness I‘ve come to expect from #French, this one also comes with the most compelling of the plots (in my opinion) thus far. Absolutely riveted and can‘t wait until I can listen to some more on my way home tonight #brokenharbor

vivastory I read this one last week. Tied with The Likeness as my favorite. 👍 8mo
Mdargusch This one really gave me the creeps. 8mo
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I HATE to bail on this one because I KNOW is spectacularly written. The plot just didn‘t hold my interest. There is no doubt that McCarthy is a brilliant author who can make you feel everything he‘s conveying...but this western type storyline just wasn‘t for me. #guiltybail

DGRachel Not every book is a good fit for every person, no matter how well-written. #noguilt! 8mo
KatieanneF @DGRachel haha thank you!! You‘re right!! 8mo
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Only a tiny way into this prosaic, albeit rather violent novel. His style is just terrific. He has a gift for making your heart connect to the emotions he describes. Interested to see where this is all heading. #cormacmccarthy #bloodmeridian

Graywacke Prosaic and violent to extremes. Enjoy! 9mo
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Atonement | Ian McEwan
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My third time reading this book and I just absolutely love it. The last page blows my mind more and more each time and my heart aches for these poor tragic lovers, and for Briony, too. A beautiful story told with the beautiful words you‘d expect from Mr. McEwan #atonement #mcewan #comeback

Insightsintobooks I've been meaning to read this one for awhile. 9mo
erzascarletbookgasm I absolutely loved this book, too. Definitely one to reread :) 9mo
KatieanneF @Insightsintobooks it‘s just lovely. Highly recommended! And @erzascarletbookgasm right!! Having prior knowledge really changes the tone when you‘re reading this one 9mo
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Sharp Objects: A Novel | Gillian Flynn
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Thoughts on the show‘s ending vs the book‘s ending? I always expect changes across mediums but I didn‘t really understand the reasons behind the specific changes they made in the final episode. Great series, weak finale. #sharpobjects #gillianflynn

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The Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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Though I didn‘t love the novel at large and found that it made the central characters quite unlikable (save Erik, who I still feel quite tenderly for), this last bit of text was very lovely. My heart breaks for the poor man that the world made a monster through any medium in which this story is told ♥️🕯#phantom

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The Phantom of the Opera | Gaston Leroux
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Reading this one for some role research!! Just found out I‘ll be playing Christine Daaé this fall in Phantom. Elated! #phantom

JoScho Yay!!! 9mo
Hollyreadsalot How fun!! 9mo
jfalkens Yay! Congrats 🎉🎊🎉🎊 I get to see the Phantom play in February 😊 9mo
KatieanneF Thank you, all!! @jfalkens how cool! Enjoy! It‘s a lovely story 9mo
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If anyone is ever curious about why he‘s my favorite, look no further than these beautiful words 🖤 #edgarallanpoe #introduction

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Mehso-so

Though still beautifully written, this has been my least favorite thus far. I may be unfairly judging because coming in on the heels of The Likeness (which I ADORED) this one just didn‘t hold up as strongly. I didn‘t care for Frank in the way I cared for the other protagonists. She does a brilliant job of making you feel the toxicity of the insular world of the story, though. She‘s such a skilled author- her words are magic. #tanafrench

Ddzmini It‘s unfortunate to actually hear that in another‘s voice... especially when it‘s a close friend 😨 9mo
KatieanneF @Ddzmini oh I quite agree. That quote really stuck out to me for just that reason. 9mo
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I loved The Likeness so much and I‘m hoping this one will be as good. Hearing very mixed reviews, but I couldn‘t possibly go out of order (despite the fact that each book does, in fact, work on its own lol). #mystery #tanafrench #faithfulplace

bookandcat This one was my favorite one! 9mo
ErinC I just finished this. I liked it way better than The Likeness! 8mo
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REBECCA | Daphne du Maurier's
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I became interested in reading this one after the many, many references to it I found while reading one of my favorite books, Bag of Bones, by Stephen King. I‘m so glad I picked this one up. The gothic-inspired thriller keeps you guessing and it written so poetically. You can practically feel the tension the second Mrs. de Winter feels with each passing line. A great read for anyone looking for a twisty-turny ghost story #Rebecca #ghoststory

rubyslippersreads Since I love Rebecca, now I‘m curious about Bag of Bones, if it‘s not too scary. (What am I saying? It‘s Stephen King! 😬) 9mo
KatieanneF @rubyslippersreads Bag of Bones is a FANTASTIC book! A few spooky moments but reads more like a mystery than a ghost story. The characters (chiefly the protagonist, Mike) are wonderful. I highly highly recommend it 👍🏻 9mo
KathyWheeler @rubyslippersreads Bag of Bones is more eerie and spooky rather than scary. I liked it a lot. 9mo
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Velvetfur I love that picture, that quote is so totally me, I'm screenshoting that 😀 9mo
DivineDiana Love the movie! Not sure if I want to read the book, since there will be no surprises 🤔 9mo
KatieanneF @DivineDiana I am a huge fan of the movie and still found the book very enjoyable. It‘s beautifully written and still packs the same punch 👍🏻 9mo
DivineDiana Thank you! I don‘t need much to encourage a read! 😉 9mo
rubyslippersreads @KatieanneF @KathyWheeler Sounds intriguing and not too scary for me. 😄 9mo
rubyslippersreads @KatieanneF @KathyWheeler I was going to add Bag of Bones to my GR TBR, but from the synopsis, I think I might have read it. Or I could be confusing it with another SK. Is there another one about a writer who goes to live in a big house? And which is the SK where the main character had an unborn twin? 9mo
KatieanneF @rubyslippersreads I have a feeling you may be thinking of the book The Dark Half. Does that ring a bell? Also, as far SK books featuring writers in big houses, where shall we begin? Lol. A common theme in his books. Bag of Bones has a little girl named Kyra and a cool past/present narrative. (edited) 9mo
rubyslippersreads @KatieanneF I looked up The Dark Half, and that does sound familiar. I used to read lots of SK, but now I‘m a 🐓. But I‘m going to give Bag of Bones a try soon. 9mo
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REBECCA | Daphne du Maurier's
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Staying at the haunted Belhurst Castle in NY and listening to Rebecca is quite a spooky mix 😈🖤

Crewgurl That‘s awesome!!! 9mo
rather_be_reading 😍😍 wow! 9mo
SkeletonKey JEALOUS!! 9mo
KatieanneF @SkeletonKey no joke, heard a little girl humming in my room at 3am. Apparently that‘s a very commonly reported type of haunting here. Quite cool. 9mo
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The Glass Menagerie | Tennessee Williams
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My absolute favorite role I‘ve ever played: Laura Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie. An absolutely exquisite play by a truly brilliant author- the stage directions read just as beautifully as the actual dialogue. #Tennesseewilliams

TheBookStacker I love Williams but I‘m more partial to 9mo
KatieanneF @TheBookStacker another great one! I‘d love to play Maggie one day 😍😍. His plays have such tactile emotions and such lovely words 9mo
RJHowe It can be great to read a play for a change now and again. 9mo
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KatieCarpenter Laura is a dream role! 9mo
KatieanneF @KatieCarpenter it was a dream to get to play her, truly. I felt very spoiled for the whole ride 9mo
KatieCarpenter @KatieanneF that‘s so wonderful though. I‘m so glad you got to! One of my favorite characters written for the stage. :) how long have you been doing theatre for? Also similar names and you like the stage? Immediately friends! ;) (edited) 9mo
CarolynM What a fabulous experience! It is a wonderful part in a wonderful play. But I have to say I agree with @TheBookStacker Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is my favourite and if I were an actor I'd kill to play Maggie! 9mo
KatieanneF @KatieCarpenter yes!! ☺️☺️☺️ I‘ve been acting since I was in high school (I‘m 29 now). Do you perform too? 9mo
KatieCarpenter @KatieanneF yes! Mostly in the community theatre here. I started heavily performing after I was finished with college. :) my most recent show was Blithe Spirit. I was Elvira :) 9mo
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Rebeca | Daphne Du Maurier
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"Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again."- the second Mrs. de Winter ?. I‘ve always loved the movie and I am really enjoying this gothic inspired novel #horror #rebecca

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Shawshank Redemption | Stephen King
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Where are all the #stephenking fans? Who else is enjoying this show? It‘s fun and (mostly) subtle in its references to other works. #castlerock #horror

trioxin_sematary Constant Reader here 🙋 I'm starting this Tv series soon, I saw the trailer and it looked interesting! 🤓 10mo
KatieanneF @trioxin_sematary I think you‘ll enjoy it! The first episode has a slower, exposition type pace, but it picks right up in episode two 😈💜 10mo
KathyWheeler I haven‘t seen it yet but I am really looking forward to it! 10mo
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Sha0102 I am enjoying it!!!! 9mo
Jocelyn73c I'm loving the show!! So creepy and fun! 9mo
KatieanneF @Jocelyn73c I am too!! I‘m an episode behind and can‘t wait to catch up!! 9mo
Jocelyn73c @KatieanneF Same! I think I will tonight with a glass of wine lol 🍷☠️ 9mo
KatieanneF @Jocelyn73c that sounds absolutely ideal 9mo
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I‘m always fascinated by this story. I‘ve read the book, seen the movie and seen multiple stage adaptations- the subject matter is, obviously, traumatic but a few years back someone put in my mind the idea that perhaps Chief imagined McMurphy; that he was just a manifestation of the person he needed to gain empowerment and, through that lens, the story is especially fascinating. #kenkesey #cuckoosnest #classics

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Happee Birthdae, Harry 🦉⚡️🔮✨ #theboywholived

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The Road | Cormac McCarthy
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This was the first audiobook I ever listened to back in my freshman year of college. It totally changed my world- realizing that this medium was so popular and so accessible. I just relistened to it and it was just as haunting, beautiful and heartbreaking as I remembered. An amazing story of perseverance (physical, mental, spiritual, emotional) in the face of adversity #theroad

trioxin_sematary Great one! 10mo
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The Great Gatsby | Francis Scott Fitzgerald
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I try to reread this work of art once a year or so. There is a reason I‘ve never grown tired of it- the words are just so beautiful and no amount of repetition can strip that beauty away 💚 #greatgatsby

CoffeeNBooks I have a shirt with this quote on it- it's one of my favorite literary shirts. Such a great book! 10mo
KatieanneF @CoffeeNBooks awesome!! Where did you get the shirt? 10mo
CoffeeNBooks @KatieanneF I ordered it from Amazon. 10mo
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The Likeness: A Novel | Tana French
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Chills. This book shines a light on psychological torture in many ways and for all parties. #tanafrench #thelikeness

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Sharp Objects: A Novel | Gillian Flynn
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Anyone else watching? I actually didn‘t love this book, but the first episode was truly terrific. I‘ll be on this ride as long as it lasts. Patricia Clarkson as Adora is a marvel. #sharpobjects

shellleigh33 Have it DVR to watch but haven‘t got to it yet. Plan on watching it tomorrow 🤞 10mo
TheBookStacker This is my least favorite Gillian Flynn book but I think the show will be better 10mo
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Unabridged Edgar Allan Poe | Edgar Allan Poe
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A very dear friend of mine got me this BEAUTIFUL complete works book for my birthday, knowing Poe is my favorite. Being dyslexic, reading a physical book is a joy I‘m often left out of, but I‘m excited to challenge myself with this one- slow and steady, am I right? Also, that‘s Hugo. He‘s a good boy and he also loves tales of the macabre 🐶😈 #poe #horror #dogsoflitsy #victorHugo

rubyslippersreads Lovely 📚 and lovely 🐶 10mo
whatshesreadingnow Beautiful cover! And Hugo‘s a cutie! 💙 10mo
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Full Dark, No Stars | Stephen King
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Really enjoyed 3/4 of the stories in this one (Big Driver was just ok). I like how they force you to think and imagine what you, as an ordinary person, would do in these extraordinary situations. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys the occasional dark piece of fiction #stephenking #fulldarknostars

bookishbitch Big Driver was made into a movie that I thought was well done. 10mo
KatieanneF @bookishbitch Interesting! I may have to check it out. I always like seeing movie adaptations. I just didn‘t love that one- I feel like a bad feminist for thinking so, but I didn‘t find her empowering and I thought adding in the other woman‘s story felt like padding for a basic rape/revenge plot. The other stories just caught my attention in a different way 10mo
bookishbitch Hmm I never considered it an empowering women's story. For me it was more of a murder mystery and revenge story. Though it began as a survival story. 10mo
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1922 | Stephen King
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I‘m presently reading Full Dark No Stars and was completely captivated and terrified by this first story 🐀 😱 #1922 #stephenking

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Hidden Bodies | Caroline Kepnes
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I was so excited when I saw there was a sequel to You (which I LOVED!), but this just didn‘t feel like the Joe I came to hate that I loved in the first book. Everything worked out entirely too easily and his creep factor wasn‘t what it was. I‘m sad to say it, but I was highly disappointed #hiddenbodies

Scarlett_ohara Yes! I felt the same way. It was OK - but nowhere near as good as You. 9mo
KatieanneF @Scarlett_ohara right!! You I absolutely couldn‘t put down. I loved being in Joe‘s twisted mind. This one didn‘t have that same evil genius quality. Def not a favorite of mine. 9mo
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Throw back to playing my favorite bookworm last December 🥀💙✨ #belle #beautyandthebeast

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Hidden Bodies | Caroline Kepnes
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The absolute normalcy with which Joe discusses his invariable psychoses is fascinating. Enjoying this one just as much as the first. #hiddenbodies #kepnes

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In the Woods | Tana French
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So so enjoyable. Of course, the best part of a mystery is figuring it all out but a good mystery leaves you changing your mind and guessing the whole time. This book did exactly that. Looking so forward to the next books in the series! #tanafrench #inthewoods

Tashreads The Likeness (book 2) is so good! Enjoy 😊 11mo
KatieanneF @Tashreads looking forward to it! I like to break up series with something else between each book, but it‘ll be next on my list after that, for sure! Thanks!! 11mo
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Clockwork Orange | Anthony Burgess
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It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on a screen.
My new earrings! I‘m in love! #aclockworkorange #burgess

batsy These are so cool! 11mo
KatieanneF @batsy thank you!! I got them on Etsy at a shop called DesignsbyAnnette. She has TONS of great bookish jewelry 📚 ♥️ 11mo
batsy Thank you! I'll definitely have to check it out 😊 11mo
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In the Woods | Tana French
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Been curious about this one for a while purely based on the cool cover. What‘s that saying about judging books by their covers? Lol. Excited to see how it all unfolds 📖 #inthewoods #tanafrench

MrsReads1 I loved this one! I hope you enjoy it. 😊 11mo
erzascarletbookgasm I liked this, though it has mixed reviews. I‘m looking forward to read the rest :) 11mo
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So, silly question- when we add books to our “to read” stack- where does that list exist?! I‘ve been adding, waiting for a time when I didn‘t know what to read next. I‘m still learning how to navigate on here. TIA 😘💜

JennyM If you look on your profile, and then click on the open book icon 📖 it will show you all your stacked books 😘 11mo
tonyahoswalt Go to your profile, and near the top there's an open book icon. That will take you to your "to be read" list. You can also view other people's this way, from their profiles. 11mo
KatieanneF @JennyM I literally found it right after I posted that haha. Thank you so much!! 11mo
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KatieanneF @tonyahoswalt thank you! 11mo
JennyM @KatieanneF you‘re welcome x 11mo
TiredLibrarian I wish I could sort it alphabetically. 😕 11mo
Eggs @TiredLibrarian I agree 11mo
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