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SuburbiaInterrupted

SuburbiaInterrupted

Joined April 2019

Imperfect Balancer of Motherhood, Life, and Sex Writer | Book Reviewer | Wine Hater http://instagram.com/suburbiainterrupted
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The Islanders: A Novel | Meg Mitchell Moore
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Sleepy puppy and new ARC. Excited to be starting THE ISLANDERS by Meg Mitchell Moore #netgalley

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The Farm: A Novel | Joanne Ramos
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Panpan

First, the synopsis promises more than the book actually delivers. Second, labeling book as “dystopian” is bad marketing. What happens in the book is currently happening today, in America. THE FARM would have been a powerful book on class and greed within our society if it lived up to its synopsis and focused on the marginalized community instead of reading as a cloak for the wealthy.
*Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC in exchange for honest review.

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The Age of Light: A Novel | Whitney Scharer
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Pickpick

An exquisite story from beginning to end. Whether searching for the perfect light to photograph or perfect life to live, we are all searching for something. I love that THE AGE OF LIGHT ended with a sense of self acceptance over a fairy tale, perfect ending. Beautifully written and highly recommend.
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*Thank you to #NetGalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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Raven Lane | Amber Cowie
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Mehso-so

The main story was good but overshadowed by too much over-the-top stuff going on. The characters and subplots became unbelievable and distracting.

Thanks to #netgalley for the ARC in exchange for honest review

Reagan-reads I just finished this today and I felt exactly the same. I wanted to like it but it was just way too over the top for me.
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SuburbiaInterrupted @Reagan-reads It‘s a shame because I really liked the beginning and it had such potential to be a good book. (edited) 7mo
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“In spite of everything, Maggie has managed to turn out all right. She is a mother of three children- all of them here tonight in the house she loves so much; she is a wife, a lover of seeds and language, a French woman with English blood, an English woman with French blood. She is neither fully one thing nor another, as she‘s always wanted to be. She is arrogant and humble, audacious and timid, alive. She is still growing and always will be.”

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