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MrsV

Joined July 2016

Some nights I would rather read than sleep.
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I KNOW WHO YOU ARE PB | ALICE. FEENEY
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I thought I figured out the big twist a little about half way through, then thought it would be too “twisted” to be right. But, turns out I was right. 😳

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I KNOW WHO YOU ARE PB | ALICE. FEENEY
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Taking these physical books, and a Kindle full for a week long family beach vacation. About an 10 to 11 hour long drive each way, so I should have plenty to read.

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Pickpick

Liked this one more than I was expecting to. Trigger warnings all around.

BookishMarginalia I can‘t with that cover 😖😖😖 4mo
wanderinglynn I agree with you @BookishMarginalia 😳😱 4mo
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#AuthorAMonth I can‘t express how maddening this story is. All too often this situation played out this way. I‘m ashamed I put off Baldwin‘s works until now, but so happy to correct this. 5 ⭐️

@Soubhiville

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Dept. of Speculation | Jenny Offill
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Finished this morning just in time to return to the library before the due date. Love that I‘m “rediscovering” my love of libraries.

Clare-Dragonfly 🥰libraries 🥰 5mo
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Made for Love | Alissa Nutting
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About to curl up and finish this one. Then going to watch the series just in time for the Books and Beers event tomorrow night!

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Topeka School | Ben Lerner
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After 60ish pages, this just isn‘t grabbing my attention. Going to have to bail on it, at least for now.

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Peach Cobbler Murder | Joanne Fluke
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I like this cozy series overall. Yes, they are pretty predictable, but they are perfect palette cleansers for me between more “serious” reads.

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Peach Cobbler Murder | Joanne Fluke
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Nice night for the fire pit.

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Tin Man | Sarah Winman
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1st book of June finished. 4 ⭐️

sprainedbrain Loved that one! 6mo
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Picked my books out for #14books14weeks2021. Then I noticed I had one extra 🤷🏻‍♀️

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The Nature of Witches | Rachel Griffin
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Clare is a rare Everwitch, the first in a hundred years. Her magic can be tied to every season, whereas other witches magic is strongest in their season. Every time she tries to gain control of her magic together with other witches, it targets and hurts those she loves the most. Other witches are being depleted of their magic and dying trying to control the atmosphere where unpredictable temperatures and storms are happening. She must get control.

MrsV This was a review of an ARC through NetGalley. Out 6/1 6mo
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The Nature of Witches | Rachel Griffin
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My favorite quote

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The Nature of Witches | Rachel Griffin
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Trying to get through this one before release day.

#ARC

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February | Lisa Moore
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February reads.

The Handmaid‘s Tale was a reread. A very good month, because I loved them all!

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Abrams True Crime | Abrams, Elizabeth Kendall
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I could never imagine being so closely associated with a serial killer! I had to remind myself a couple of times, that she didn‘t have all the information about Bundy as we do today.

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Up next!

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January reads!

All in all, not a bad month. Wanted to get through one more, but looks like February wii get off to a quick start.

P.S. I‘m very jealous of you guys who can read 10-20 or more books in a month. I am in awe!!

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The Sun Down Motel | Simone St. James
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Liking this one so far.

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Wilder Girls | Rory Power
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4 ⭐️

Another good suggestion from @Clare-Dragonfly

#newyearwhodis

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Wilder Girls | Rory Power
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Diving into this one next! #NewYearWhoDis

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The Things She's Seen | Ambelin Kwaymullina
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1st read of the New Year finished!! 1st 5 ⭐️ read of the year. Thank so much to @Clare-Dragonfly for the great suggestion!!

Clare-Dragonfly Yay! Glad you liked it so much! 😄 2y
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The Things She's Seen | Ambelin Kwaymullina
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Book 1 of the New Year

Clare-Dragonfly 🙌🏻 2y
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No Exit: A Novel | Taylor Adams
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Fast paced thriller with good twists to keep you on your toes. A few were predictable, and the racist language was not needed, but all in all a good read.

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New Year Resolutions | Kath Beattie
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#NewYearWhoDis

@Clare-Dragonfly recommends these!

If I have some time, I also want to read Gather the Daughters, but if I don‘t get to it next month, I‘ll add it sometime this year!

NeedsMoreBooks Reading Atwood now. Completed The Things She‘s Seen, it is interesting 2y
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Excited about this one!

@monalyisha

Clare-Dragonfly Hi buddy! 😄 2y
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No Exit: A Novel | Taylor Adams
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Started this one last night. Curling up with this today while awaiting our own Snowmageddon.

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Digging into this one tonight!

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Dare Me: A Novel | Megan Abbott
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3.25 ⭐️

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Passing on this one for now. Just getting out of the hugest book slump of my life, and I‘m just not getting into it. Maybe I‘ll be in a better frame of mind for it at another time.

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Celebrate Thanksgiving | Elizabeth Lawrence
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Have a great day!

Bookzombie Happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃 🍂 2y
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1. Reading as much of tagged book as possible before it‘s returned to the library.

2. Not really, sadly.

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The Savior | J.R. Ward
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Reading this one in preparation for the book release event in Cincinnati on Saturday!!

CoverToCoverGirl Lucky you! Wish I was going too! It‘ll be a blast! 3y
CoverToCoverGirl Hey there! How did your trip to Cincinnati go? I‘ve been curious but you‘ve been away for quite some time. Welcome back! 2y
MrsV @CoverToCoverGirl Thank you so much! I had a blast in Cincinnati! I have been fighting the biggest reading slump, it it seems I‘m starting to finally coming out of it. (edited) 2y
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The Lying Game | Ruth Ware
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Settling down for the night with this one.

CoverToCoverGirl Welcome back! 😊📚 3y
MrsV Thanks!! 3y
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Shadow and Bone | Leigh Bardugo
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Can‘t sleep, so going to read more of this one. I‘m loving it so far!

Andrew65 This is one I want to get to. 3y
InBooksILive I love these covers 3y
Missusb Apparently Netflix is adapting these and the Six of Crows series. Weeeee..... 3y
cherinium @Missusb That sounds fantastic! 3y
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FINAL THOUGHTS

How did you like the book overall?

On behalf of @TheBookHippie and @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks thank you for joining us in our book discussions all year! They have been great!

Enjoy the rest of the Holiday season and see everyone for the discussion for The Air You Breathe!

TheBookHippie I really like this one for this time of year!!! I read it last October too and I enjoyed the reread now right before the holidays . Puts you in a good nostalgic mood. 3y
kspenmoll I absolutely loved this book the first Time I read it. Could not keep up with reread the last week or so but so happy you all hard a chance to meet Lillian! 3y
KnowledgeoverEveryThing I really enjoyed this book. I was hesitant at first but glad I read it. 3y
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Mitch I wasn‘t sure at first, it felt too perfect..but as the night wore on, and Lillian developed, the city loomed and things got a bit grittier - I loved it! I loved the contemplation on the act of walking, I loved the city and I really liked Lillian. The mink coat exchange will be a scene I remember for quite some time! 3y
Mitch @TheBookHippie @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @MrsV for hosting such great discussions....my Sundays have become richer for them.. 💕💕💕 3y
MrsV I liked this much more than I thought I would! So glad this was on we picked. 3y
Mitch @MrsV me too! 3y
AmyG I loved her love for NYC....having grown up outside of there. 3y
EadieB I liked this book very much and found Lillian to be a very interesting person. Enjoyed the narrator on the audiobook too! 3y
Andrew65 This is the second time I have read the book. Loved it the first time but was a bit more hesitant this time but then grew on me once again as the second half of the book progressed and fell in love with it again. 😍 3y
Andrew65 Thanks @MrsV @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie for another great buddy read and for the time you have put into it. Finding these buddy reads has been one of the best things in 2018, a standout in a tough year! Here‘s to more great buddy reads in 2019. Thanks everyone for such great contributions that improve the reading experience. 😍❤️😍❤️😍❤️😁 3y
Samplergal I loved this book. It made me want to return to NYC. 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 thank you Andrew!!! And thanks for participating!!! Here‘s to 2019!! 🥂🎊🎉🎈📚🙌🏻 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Mitch thank you!! And thanks for participating!!! 💕🥂🎈🎊🎉 3y
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks And so say all of us! 🍾🥂 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks to everyone for participating!!! We look forward to a great 2019!!! 🥂🎈🎉📚🙌🏻🎊 and thanks to my awesome cohosts!! Couldn‘t do it without you guys!! Y‘all are awesome!! 😘❤️ 3y
Mitch See you all in 2019! 🎉🎉🎉 3y
BarbaraJean @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie @MrsV Thank you all so much for this buddy read!! I really enjoyed walking around NYC with Lillian—such a fascinating character, and I loved the way the book wove together her past with the city‘s present. It was lovely to discuss with everyone (even if I always got to the posts a few hours late!) 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @BarbaraJean We enjoyed you being a part of our discussions!! See you next year!! 😉 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Mitch 🎉🎊🥂💛🙌🏻 3y
JaclynW @Andrew65 I agree with you Andrew about finding the #BOTMBuddyRead. It has been a really great thing! I've loved every experience we've had together. Thank you to everyone who has organized and contributed! ❤❤❤❤ I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season! @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie @EadieB @AmyG @kspenmoll @Mitch @KnowledgeoverEveryThing @BarbaraJean @MrsV @Samplergal 3y
JaclynW I loved Lillian and this journey though NYC with her. I liked the book more than I expected. I want to retrace her steps. I thought it was interesting that it was based on a real person. It makes me want to learn more. The audio version was done well too. Did anyone else do the audio? @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @andrew65 @TheBookHippie @EadieB @AmyG @kspenmoll @mitch @KnowledgeoverEveryThing @BarbaraJean @MrsV @Samplergal 3y
MelissaSue81 I thought her character was amazing and the journey and her reminiscing was really funny. I was hoping for a bit more from the end of the story though. 3y
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As Lillian continues on her walk she passes the World Trade Center. How devastated would she have been by the events of 9/11.

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks has the next question(s), then followed by Thebookhippie

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MrsV She would have been utterly destroyed by the Towers being attacked. 3y
Andrew65 Certainly think she would have been totally devastated and that some of her New York will have been destroyed! Always strange feeling when you encounter the twin towers in books as those images just stay with you. Who can ever forget the planes crashing into them or them collapsing! 😢😭 🖤 (edited) 3y
EadieB I think she would be just as devastated as we all were but maybe just a little bit more because New York is her city. 3y
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IndoorDame I agree that she would have been devastated. I think that‘s even hinted at directly in the book when she imagines the skyline without the towers and how she thinks she‘d feel the lack of them. I actually had to check when I read that to see if this was written post 9/11 (it was) or if it was just eerily prescient. 3y
Mitch @IndoorDame yeah I agree...there as definitely a sadness about the skyline around the towers..... 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I agree!! She would be devastated as she was when she was talking about Radio Row being demolished! “Good-bye, Radio Row.” 3y
IndoorDame @Mitch there is for me as well. I grew up in ny, and moved away just months before 9/11. I‘ve never been back for more than a few months since, but I still feel that lack each time I‘m back, even after so long 3y
TheBookHippie Devastated especially with St Vincent's hospital demolished too... 3y
BarbaraJean @IndoorDame I did the same thing with double-checking the copyright date, even though I knew this came out last year! I felt like the author was directly foreshadowing 9/11 when Lillian ponders what the skyline would look like/how she‘d feel if the towers were gone. 3y
BarbaraJean And although I‘m sure Lillian would be devastated by 9/11, also like to think she would have found hope in the way the city came together in the aftermath, and the way the fallen have been remembered. 3y
IndoorDame @BarbaraJean so true, I think that‘s the ny that she loves so much and can‘t bring herself to leave or to admit it‘s changing 3y
CoffeeNBooks @IndoorDame I checked the copyright date, also! 3y
CoffeeNBooks I completely agree with everyone else, that Lillian would have been devastated, and I think she would have taken it so personally, as she notes so many of the changes that have taken place over the years she's lived in NYC. 3y
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#BOTMBUDDYREAD

Discussion on pages 100-196 Sunday at 1pm CST

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie

MelissaSue81 Just finished that section! It‘s so good! I want to keep going! 3y
Andrew65 My page numbers are different, what chapter are we reading up to for this section? @TheBookHippie @MrsV @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 3y
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks 😍, only just starting chapter 13 so need to get a move on with 1 hr 51 mins to go! 😳😬🤪 3y
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Thanks for joining us for Week 1!!!

Join us next Sunday for Week 2

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie

Andrew65 Notice how the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918 keeps rearing it‘s head in our reads since As Bright As Heaven! 3y
Mitch I‘m enjoying the book so far... one niggle though.... I‘m not convinced in her voice as a reminiscence voice, she seems to be living the scenes exactly as they may have been, as opposed to how you might view things as an older person looking back???? 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 yes!! I have noticed that!! 3y
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Mitch I agree with you... Definitely not reminiscent... 3y
CoffeeNBooks I'm enjoying this a lot so far, and I really like Lillian. I liked her description of her first Christmas in NYC- "Alone, but not lonely; in the state of being solitary but not the condition of wishing myself otherwise. Solitude enrobed me like a long, warm coat." I think this says everything about her personality and who she is, her sense of independence, and her motivation/drive to be self-sufficient. 3y
TheBookHippie @CoffeeNBooks one of my favorite parts we read !!!! I think people equate alone with lonely and it's just not true. 3y
TheBookHippie This is perfect for this time of year!!! I love it!!! 3y
TheBookHippie @Mitch I just watched a documentary that did this and it was odd I wondered if the person was in the moment or just doing it for our purpose to understand . This seems like that. 3y
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Lillian resisted the conventions of marriage, what was it about Max that changed her mind? Why was she willing to “look the other way”over his affair?

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Andrew65 I didn‘t feel this had been adequately explained so far I‘m not really sure why she changed her opinion and married him. Doesn‘t seem to have been a success! 3y
MrsV @Andrew65 , I agree! It does seem to look like he did sweep her off her feet, but why him? Surely there is something more. There would have to be a lot there to make me look the other way over his affair. 3y
Mitch Not sure yet... I think he might have given her some of the access to things she just couldn‘t get as an unmarried women? 3y
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Andrew65 @MrsV @Mitch Hopefully this will be explained more. 3y
Mitch @Andrew65 Yeah, I feel we need more... I think it might come via the story with her son..maybe? 3y
CoffeeNBooks I'm hoping her reason(s) for marrying Max will be explained much more in the chapters to come. I can understand how maybe Lillian changed her mind on marriage if she met someone who supported her independence. Her willingness to overlook Max's affair surprises me. I'm hoping that will be explained as well. 3y
TheBookHippie @CoffeeNBooks same. Hoping for a better explanation ... 3y
TheBookHippie I was at a loss here. 3y
JaclynW @CoffeeNBooks I was surprised as well. I do think his willingness to love and support an independent woman was a draw. Not every man can do that. 3y
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Circe | Madeline Miller
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I have always loved mythology, and it has been awhile since reading any of them. A brilliant retelling of Circe‘s story! Definitely going to have revisit more of these stories.

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Final thoughts?

Overall thoughts about the book?

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MrsV I loved this book!! I have always loved mythology and all the characters involved. 3y
NeedsMoreBooks Loved it but the pace is slow. Interesting perspective of Circe‘s story. 3y
TheBookHippie LOVE LOVE LOVE. I forgot how much I loved mythology and Circes perspective was told so beautifully . 3y
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AmyG I absolutely loved this book...and Circe. My favorite of this year. I enjoyed Achilles....but LOVED this one. 3y
Andrew65 Pace too slow for me. Not sorry to see the back of this one yet I know it is well written. It needed more dialogue and pace from my perspective. One of the toughest books for me to get through this year, but I made it with some help from my friends. 3y
Andrew65 For mythology I much preferred Neil Gaiman‘s 3y
MrsV @Andrew65 That one is on my list to read next year! 3y
Andrew65 @MrsV It was my first book of the year and loved it, Neil Gaiman did a great job narrating it. It had so much more pace, plot and dialogue. (edited) 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 tougher than Rainbirds or Red Clocks?!?! 🤣🤣🤣🤣 3y
Rachbb3 I really liked this book. I love mythology and I liked the way the author took the stories and weaved her own narrative through them. 3y
Susanita I really enjoyed this book. It was hard not to keep reading ahead of the discussion chapters. (Even though I didn‘t participate as much as I would have liked.) 3y
MeganAnn I enjoyed it. It was a bit slow in places, but not so much that I didn't want to keep reading. I like mythology and I agree with you @Rachbb3 : I liked the way she weaved her own narrative through the stories. 3y
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s strange but l liked Red Clocks least of these 3 doozies but was easier to read than the other two fo some reason! Have found the lady two big chores to read. Con on Lillian, you are in a different class to these books. 👍😍 3y
CoffeeNBooks I enjoyed this book, I just wish I remembered more mythology before I read this. I think it would have made everything fit together better as I was reading. But that being said, it was still easy enough for me to read and understand. And I liked the ending. I feel like it ended with everyone (Circe, Telegonus, Penelope, and Telemachus, at least) being exatly where they wanted and needed to be in life. 3y
Bookyonce I loved it. I felt like the plot was a bit scattered at times but I didn‘t even really care because this book was all about the character development. You grow so attached to Circe and almost grow through the story with her. 3y
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Circe | Madeline Miller
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MrsV I don‘t think Athena would be the god who I would choose to be beholden to. Not sure who I would choose if I had to, all are selfish/demanding in their own way. 3y
Andrew65 Yes all the gods seem selfish, narcissistic and well worth keeping away from. Not good press for Them! 3y
AmyG I agree with you both @MrsV @Andrew65 that the gods are very selfish and self-serving. I didn‘t like any of them and would not want to be beholden to anyone...there or in real life. (edited) 3y
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TheBookHippie Yes!!!! I would. Stubborn independent soul nothing is worth giving that up!! 3y
Birdsong28 Yes I would turn it down as I would want to protect my child 📚📖 3y
MeganAnn I think I would turn her down also. It seems to me that those favored by the gods in much of mythology usually end up with a short life span and meet a terrible end. 3y
CoffeeNBooks I would definitely turn it down- there always seems to be bad that comes with the good of the gods. They always have ulterior motives. 3y
kspenmoll Yes, those gods/goddesses are ultimately about themselves! 3y
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Circe | Madeline Miller
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Ready for kitty snuggles and tomorrow‘s discussion of Chapters 1-7.

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Rainbirds | Clarissa Goenawan
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JaclynW Exactly! Why?? You can't have a murder mystery story without solving the case! This book was odd. Ren didn't seem to really care. Was he so caught up in his grief? Was he at a loss as to what to do? Did he really even care? What was the point of this story then! I'm so confused! 3y
MrsV @JaclynW It‘s like I cared about her more than he did. 3y
JaclynW @MrsV Totally!! Me too! 3y
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AmyG I did not like this book. I felt that there were so many questions not answered. I didn‘t remotely understand Ren as a character. 3y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @AmyG I agree... it was very bizarre... 3y
CoffeeNBooks I can't even wrap my brain around this story well enough to form an answer, lol! So much of it just didn't make any sense. 😂 3y
Andrew65 @AmyG Have to agree with you, I think this was the weakest book I‘ve read this year. Didn‘t enjoy it or ever feel in it or part of it! And agree with @CoffeeNBooks so much of it didn‘t seem to make sense. Still not sure I know what the author was trying to achieve with this book, or how I‘d categorise the book. 3y
Andrew65 As for the supposed punishment or not of the killer, what was that all about. 3y
Redwritinghood The story makes no sense. He went to find out what happened to her, learned about the baby, etc., then left her behind without a thought. The motivations of REN throughout the book seem really unclear. 3y
kspenmoll @Andrew65 agree with you all. Confusing book, unsympathetic character, @JaclynW He did not seem to care much in the end about his sister & so weird he took on her life. @MrsV I would like to know his sister too. A chore to read. 3y
Andrew65 @kspenmoll Totally agree about being a chore to read. 3y
JaclynW @Redwritinghood Very unclear! 3y
JaclynW @kspenmoll Confusing and weird for sure! 3y
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Crazy Rich Asians | Kevin Kwan
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Think I‘m going to call it a night and continue in the morning.

#24b4monday #readathon

@TheReadingMermaid

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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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Ooohhh I just saw this was going on. I‘m in! #24B4Monday

@TheReadingMermaid

Andrew65 Yey! 👏 3y
BeansPage Woop Woop 🤘🏻 3y
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You | Caroline Kepnes
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Finished this one a couple of days ago. Now I‘m get to binge the series!

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I‘m trying to get up the nerve to start my own BookTube channel. Do any of you watch or have your own channels? What kind of videoed do you watch most?

zzz I have not seen any book videos but it would be interesting😁 3y
CouronneDhiver I watch loads but too camera shy to start my own. @shawnmooney and @SassenachTheBookWizard both have fun channels. I like to watch Simon Savidge, Mercys Bookish Musings, Ink and Paper Blog, Jen Campbell, Hailey in Bookland, Books and Lala... there are so many! 3y
mdm139 Hailey in Bookland 3y
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You | Caroline Kepnes
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Reading this 1st for #spooktober, while watching the Red Sox play!!

CoverToCoverGirl I know it‘s crazy but I loved Crazy Joe.. weird eh? 3y
MrsV @CoverToCoverGirl I know! I have to keep reminding myself that he is the “bad guy”. 🤣 3y
Soubhiville I‘ve been ripping through this for the last two days! It feels like the perfect October read! 3y
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