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brendanmleonard

brendanmleonard

Joined May 2016

Enthusiast. Americanist. Hamilfan. Writer. Husband. Puppy Parent. User (Over-User) of exclamation points. Not all posts relate to books (but I try).
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Happy start of ghost season!

MStew That's a great stack! 1y
brendanmleonard @meghan2714 Thank you! Anything stand out? 13mo
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There There: A novel | Tommy Orange
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My TBR has only grown in my absence...fiction on the left, nonfiction on the right... 😂

everfree7 Loved Little Fires Everywhere 1y
Reviewsbylola Ooooh so many on there I want to read! 1y
BarbaraTheBibliophage Hey 👋🏻👋🏻👋🏻! Good to see you! 1y
RebL That looks so familiar. It‘s a little too close to the nightstand. 1y
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This review refers to the audiobook edition: a fun, inspiring mixture of policy, memoir, and analysis. A smart look on how we got...here...and where to go. Hopeful, optimistic, and forward thinking - a breezy balm for troubled times. Dan reminded me a lot of myself.

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So. Bit of a day with this one. Can‘t believe they finally caught the guy when he LITERALLY stepped into the light.

"Little girls don‘t stay little forever. They grow into strong women that return to destroy your world."
-Kyle Stephens

swishandflick It's crazy! I haven't been able to focus on much all day, flipping through articles about it. I know it's an active case so there isn't a whole lot of detail on the how yet, but I'll be so curious to find out how they found him! 2y
tpixie @swishandflick yes! His DNA- but how did they get it?? He‘s an ex cop. Is that why ?? 2y
meganmayfair I was just reading about the arrest. Must read this book. 2y
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swishandflick @tpixie I watched the press conference and they said they were surveiling him and collected his DNA while doing that (his trash maybe?). I'm more thinking about what led them to him in the first place. 2y
brendanmleonard My wife is an attorney and has some ideas as to what happened with DNA but I‘ll have to ask her if I can share them 2y
tpixie @swishandflick thanks. Right!! 2y
brendanmleonard @swishandflick @tpixie Genealogy Websites Were Key to Big Break in Golden State Killer Case https://nyti.ms/2FkaItN 2y
tpixie @brendanmleonard thanks for sharing!! Amazing!! I need to start biting my trash!! Lol 😂 2y
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Saw part two of this today after seeing part one last week. Absolutely amazing! Just mind-blowingly good from start to finish. I am shook.

BooksForEmpathy Yessss!!! 2y
Susannah Oh my goodness. Thinking of how affecting this was when I saw it via the NTLive broadcast, the live show must be nearly overwhelming. 2y
brendanmleonard @Susannah I saw the NT live broadcast too! It‘s the same cast except for Joe, but so affecting in person. 2y
mdemanatee I have been dying to see Part II staged. I‘ve only ever caught readings. 2y
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Circe | Madeline Miller
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I have been trying very hard to be good with buying books, but things have been so stressful as of late that I have had no time to focus...or read..or write...or so much of anything. So when I saw some new releases and some books I have been wanting to read on sale, I had to go for it! Like the kids say, sorry not sorry.

Cinfhen Hope this week is better 💕 2y
Dragon Looks like some great reads ! Enjoy! 😀🐉 2y
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It‘s finally spring here in NYC - yes! Been kind of a stressful week, but I took some time on Monday to go see this lovely film. I haven‘t read the adaptation, but I thought it was a very sweet, mainstream, pretty movie - and the fact that it‘s such a mainstream rom com teen flick with a gay couple makes it so special. You‘ll laugh, you‘ll cry, you‘ll buy the soundtrack.

Suet624 All true. 2y
JSW The book was delightful. 2y
Dragon It was such a nice feel good movie. I really enjoyed the book. 🐉👍 2y
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Frozen | RH Disney
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Update from my weekend - we went and saw the Frozen musical on Broadway! I liked it a lot; but I‘m in the tank for Frozen. It is almost a 💯 straight adaptation of the movie, with a bit more backstory and character development. The actors are all a delight, the effects are magical, and it‘s a big, heart warming crowd pleaser - Disney doing what Disney does best. And the costume quick change during “Let It Go” is astonishing. Expectations exceeded!

swishandflick Gah, so jealous!!! 2y
irre I have tickets in July. Can‘t wait! 2y
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TFW you finally get far enough in the first in a series that you can commit to buying the other three. 1974 is a tough, tough read but it‘s beautiful and powerfully written.

quirkyreader I have been looking forward to reading this series. 2y
BookCottageBlog Had not heard of these. Sounds intriguing. 2y
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Canada | Mike Myers
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Using my new phone (which is the same size of a paperback and much easier to read) to read a bunch of Kindle books I‘d bought ages ago. This is a fun and informative break from some of the heavier reading I‘ve been doing!

CSeydel My ancestors were UEL 🇨🇦🇬🇧😄 2y
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Folk | Zoe Gilbert
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Book mail! I have been reading a lot of nature and folkloric fiction lately, and I‘ve been gravitating towards work set in the British countryside. I‘m eager to break into my latest import from Zoë Gilbert - look at that cover! And the John Adams book is the latest addition to my ever expanding Library of America collection...even though they only seem to send me titles from the early 1800s. I guess they know I have a #brand ? #readwomen

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The Odyssey | Homer
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Here we go! New phone that lets me type with greater ease; new camera, and finally eager to start this on one of my two favorite places in our apartment - our big couch. #TheOdysseyBuddyRead

Abailliekaras Looks comfy! 2y
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Steve Jobs | Walter Isaacson
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Inspired by some of the reinvigoration with regards to Litsy; I finally splurged on a new iPhone with a bigger screen and tons of memory! Now I can take lots of pictures of books, and contribute more hot takes on hot titles.

CouronneDhiver Woohoo! 2y
emilyhaldi I hate having to worry about phone memory... it‘s worth the splurge not to have to!! 🙌🏻 2y
RachelO @emilyhaldi @brendanmleonard. Seriously! I delete and reinstall Litsy most days to get a enough extra memory to do... well, anything 🙄 New phone sounds great! 2y
Dragon 👍😀🐉 2y
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I've gotten further in this than my previous attempts, even if I did come to a super intense sequence! 😬 Trying to enjoy a relaxing Saturday before exploring New Haven.

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I picked up Deep Work last year after hearing about it from Ezra Klein, one of my favorite podcast hosts. It's an easy read but my focus hasn't been where I want it to be...oh, the irony! And longtime Littens will know my fondness for Michelle McNamara, so I think have to finally (finally) crack this one open.

LauraBeth I need to read Deep Work 2y
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One of my current research interests that's evolved recently is the haunted psychogeographical liminality of the English landscape. So this book will be very helpful in that regard.

Emilymdxn Omg I worked on psychogeography too! 2y
brendanmleonard @Emilymdxn oh, awesome! I have just started with it - I have been studying folklore and hauntology mostly. Any books you'd recommend? 2y
Emilymdxn Afraid I was working quite specifically on one Middle English poem so all my reading was ether general introductions or quite specific to that poem - sorry not to be more helpful! 😕 2y
brendanmleonard @Emilymdxn that's cool! What was the poem? 2y
Emilymdxn Piers Plowman and a couple of earlier body and soul lyrics! 2y
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I have been dancing (and carrying) around this one for literally years (you can tell by how beat up the copy is). I almost bought the next three in the quartet but have told myself "no" until I finish this one. I'm only ten pages into this harsh, surreal, haunted crime novel...will I finish? Time will only tell! Are there any books in your collection you've been dancing around?

TobeyTheScavengerMonk The miniseries was incredibly good, but I don‘t know if I could handle the books. 2y
brendanmleonard @TobeyTheScavengerMonk the miniseries is a personal favorite - we rewatched it again this winter. But I read an essay in Ghosts of my Life about the books/miniseries and I was inspired to check it out. 2y
LibrarianJen There are quite a few. The one that comes to mind is one that I only had 50 pages left when I went into labor with my 2nd child and I never got around to finishing it. 2y
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Inspired by our great discussions in the Onward Litsy FB group, I am once again going to try to read (and post) more. I read an amazing profile of Leslie Jamison in NY Mag this week, and realized I hadn't read Empathy Exams. And to my surprise, the Strand also had an early copy of her latest...for half off! I have a huge TBR, but I think these might go to the top. #readwomen

MrBook Looking forward to more posts from you! 👍🏻👍🏻 2y
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Gotta love a book that jumps right in and doesn't mess around. #lgbt

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Harvest HOme | Thomas Tryon
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Much of the reading I've done in my absence over the last year has been reading and collecting folk horror. This is one I bought for Kindle but I really wanted a print copy- came in a plastic wrap and is in great quality. I guess you could call this my first antiquitarian acquisition! 😂❤️

coffeenebula That is a great find! 2y
Bklover I read this one- it‘s a creepy one, but good! 2y
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#BookTalk - favorite first line. There are many amazing ones (particularly from books I haven't finished 😂), but this is the first thing I thought of. @MrBook

Suet624 Wonderful line. 2y
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As always, my goal each year is to read more widely and diversely, so these two are off the TBR stack. I started reading both last night and was struck by the gripping stories and the beautiful prose...I can't decide which to focus on!

erzascarletbookgasm I‘ve only read THUG, curious about the other one. 2y
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Troy, Michigan | Wendy S Walters
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Wendy Walters is just a fantastic poet, and this collection, while too too short, combines history, memoir, and geography to tell the kaleidoscopic story of one small town. Strangely prescient and deeply moving, if you're looking for women of color to read this year, I highly recommend her work. #readwomen #litsyAtoZ

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Really enjoyed this collection of poems that oscillates between the surreal and the familiar. In particular, the poem "Chicago Radio" is a standout.

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Anna and the French Kiss | Stephanie Perkins
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Sad news from the book world today - Fred Bass, who ran the Strand with his father since the 1930s, has died at 89. Bass made the Strand into the city institution it was, and although he could be a little cranky (in the classic NY sense), he always gave me the best price when I needed to sell books. So of course I honored him by buying books that are outside of my wheelhouse. The Strand always reminds me to "stay curious," thanks to Fred. #rip

GoldenGirl ☹😢 Oh wow. I just started shopping the Strand's website. How sad. 2y
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Filched | James Tolan
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Second book of the day. I've been putting this one off - I was a student of Professor Tolan's, and this came out after his death last year. But these poems capture everything grand about him - funny, insightful, sensual, beautiful, hopeful, honest, and inspiring. I miss him very much, but at the start of a new year, I'm grateful for this final lesson. #poetry

Cinfhen Beautiful review❤️I'm inspired to pick up this book now 2y
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Mapping the Interior | Stephen Graham Jones
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HOLY CRAP. This book was only 100 pages but boy oh boy is it a roller coaster of chills. What starts as a ghost story turns into a boy's adventure story and then in the last ten pages becomes truly and deeply horrific. The writing here is perfect, and Jones' perspective as a Native American writer gives the story a new shape. If you liked Pet Semetary, check this out, but I'm not kidding: this one shook me up. #LitsyAtoZ #diversebooks

Sue I loved this one too. I think I‘ll need to read everything he‘s written. 2y
brendanmleonard @Sue I have Mongrels on the shelf. Definitely giving that a read. 2y
Sue I read that one in 2016 - it‘s awesome. 2y
TobeyTheScavengerMonk As much as this book rules, Mongrels rules even harder. 2y
Kalalalatja This was such a great, short book! 2y
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First read of 2018 goes to this slim volume of microfiction. Some are funny, others chilling. All will linger in your mind long after, and the sentences here are surprising and beautiful in their construction. An excellent, brief read for dark, chilly nights. #livedeliciously #litsyAtoZ #colorchallenge2018 #purple

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The Odyssey | Homer
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Looking back at 2017 with a holiday #bookhaul of eclectic titles. As always, one of my goals in 2018 is to read more widely and diversely, and I'm hoping to share my thoughts as I make my way through them. I'm particularly excited to read the collection of Elizabeth Hardwick essays from NYRB Classics, and Emily Wilson's translation of The Odyssey - the first major English translation by a woman. Happy New Year! #readwomen

Ddzmini I put more than half of these books 📚 on my tbr stack so thank you 😊 2y
brendanmleonard @Ddzmini what others did you add! 2y
Ddzmini @brendanmleonard pretty much all of them 😖📚📚📚 2y
Ddzmini No no I have the bottom two and I didn‘t add the unsub 2y
Ddzmini Or the fall of Lisa ? Or the top 3-4 2y
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The Night Manager | John le Carre
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Although the book remains unread by me, I thoroughly enjoyed this miniseries on Amazon Prime. Equally tense and gorgeous to look at, the most fascinating characters are the ones played by Olivia Colman and Elizabeth Debecki. Although it's a little violent, it's great fun and escapist entertainment for these chilly winter nights. I'll definitely be reading the book next year.

Dragon The mini series was so good! Tom Hiddleston 💕🐉 2y
Tomigirl44 The miniseries is great - watched it twice - both Tom Huddleston and Hugh Laurie play their parts well. 1y
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A bigger photo of Holiday #bookhaul is coming, but this is the only one I don't recognize. The person who gave it to me has never given me books on creativity, so I'm curious if anyone here has heard of it.

batsy I liked it a lot. A hard book to categorise but it's not a standard self-help book on creativity 🙂 Art not as a commodity but as a gift, using some interesting examples throughout history and various cultures. 2y
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The Handmaid's Tale | Margaret Atwood
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Early holiday present to myself - a new addition to my pin collection based on a work I discovered again and returned to over and over this year. I love Karen's art; check out her work here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/khallion ! And happy holidays to all ❄️🔥❤️

DiruVamp 😍 2y
Owlizabeth Love that!! 2y
RiotMom @Owlizabeth new girl gang pins! 2y
Owlizabeth @RiotMom yessssss!! 2y
jpmcwisemorgan I love Karen! 2y
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I didn't read very much this year for any number of reasons (hence my prolonged Litsy absence), but these three books (all by women) were my favorite three books I read this year. Each one moved me, shaped me, and got me through long days and nights. What are your #top3?

CouronneDhiver I‘m working on that list still... don‘t want to call it until the end of the year comes closer. 2y
Karkar Born a Crime -by Trevor Noah The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas It by Stephen King. These are my top three this year. 2y
PenguinInFlight Bird Box by Josh Malerman, The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton, and Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. 2y
Dorianna Hunger - Roxane Gay, You Don‘t Have To Say You Love Me - Sherman Alexie, An Indigenous Peoples‘ History of the United States - Roxane Dunbar-Ortiz 2y
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Extreme close up of Tyrion the Tibetan Spaniel. Woke him up from a nap for @erinreads ! #dogsoflitsy

erinreads I love that you named him Tyrion! 2y
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Gorgeous. Sublime. Passionate. Heart-breaking. This novel of obsession, Shakespeare, and youth burns blood-bright and fire-red, making it a perfect, haunted read for these chilly December nights. I can't say enough about other than it brought me back to books, to reading, to life. It's stunning. Cannot wait to read more from ML Rio...this is a fantastic debut. #readwomen

TheLibrarian Loved this book!! 2y
LeahBergen I have it waiting on my shelf. 👍🏻 2y
BooksForEmpathy Great review. I‘m staring at it on my shelf and might have to read it this month!! 2y
LiteraryinLititz Great review!! 2y
Jokila 100% agree. 👌 Beautiful review 2y
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Grad school...back to the grind...but did the grind ever leave?😂

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Hamlet (Revised) | William Shakespeare
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What an astonishing production starring Oscar Isaac as the Dane himself. It's so easy to forget how great these works are, and then you're reminded in a profound and meaningful way. This truly is the greatest dramatic work in the history of the universe.

Notafraidofwords Awesome! What scene stood out the most for you? 2y
Susannah Wow, congratulations on being among the relatively small group of people that got a ticket! I read that it was sold out AND afternoon performances were canceled. Brutal. 2y
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Second time! I am in love with this set and aesthetic.

LauraBrook So envious, I'd love to see this! 2y
akfreeborn Loved this show! So immersive with the set! Sad to see it end. 2y
KarenUK Looks amazing 💕 2y
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Update: I haven't posted much at all this summer - it's been busy and tough at the same time. And my reading went over a cliff as well. But I miss you. And am thinking about you all. And I hope you are filled with joy. Hopefully posting again soon, and often. All my love! (Pictured here-my journal, notebooks, and stickers, all for my first semester of grad school.)

MrBook Glad to see you post again, my friend! 😊👍🏻 2y
Reviewsbylola Sometimes we all need a break but glad you're stepping back in! 2y
tricours What are you studying? And nice notebooks! 2y
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JSW 😘❤️❤️ 2y
NCNY I love the pizza rolls sticker!! 2y
ApoptyGina69 Hooray! #smartypants! 👍👌📚❤️ 2y
brendanmleonard @tricours I'm going after an MA in Experimental Humanities with a focus on English/American Studies 2y
Suet624 Nice to see you again! 2y
tricours Oh! What's your thesis topic? 2y
LeahBergen Good to see you again! 😘 2y
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This show was incredible! One of the best shows I've seen. The staging, the music, the costumes! It left me so inspired to go out and make art.

TheBookDream I have heard good things, but every time I try to listen to the soundtrack I can't get in to it 2y
swishandflick I felt the same way!! So immersive with the cast interaction and I feel like you'd have a completely different experience depending on where you're sitting. (And did you get to see it with Oak?! I've been wanting to see it again just for him 😄) 2y
brendanmleonard @TheBookDream yes! I had such a hard time with the cast recording but seeing it was a whole different experience @swishandflick we did see it with Oak (and Ingrid). We were on the banquettes on the stage. 2y
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The Tourist | Robert Dickinson
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Book give away! Still trying to send these to a good home, so the first to claim wins. No shipping costs will be associated with this! Link to the other book in the comments! #24in48

erinreads I'll take The Tourist! 2y
Bookzombie I will take After the Crash. 🙂 2y
brendanmleonard @erinreads @Bookzombie , email me your address at brendan.m.leonard@gmail.com 2y
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Wow! We went to the first part of the taped National Theater Live production tonight, and it was spectacular! Any filmed theater production is bound to lose a little something, but this was phenomenal. Andrew Garfield is a revelation as Prior Walter, and Nathan Lane is having the time of his life as Roy Cohn. The work is maybe my favorite piece of American drama, and I feel so lucky I got to see this taped production! Can't wait for part 2!

Susannah I saw it last night, too, and thought it was terrific. I agree about Andrew Garfield, and I was also really impressed by Denise Gough as Harper. Harper never really resonated with me until I saw her performance. It's the first time I've seen the play performed (I've only seen the TV adaptation), and I'm so glad I went. (edited) 2y
Laalaleighh That sounds awesome! I was reading an article about this the other day! 2y
brendanmleonard @Susannah you did? Yay! I really liked all of the actors, Lane and Garfield were the only ones I knew but they all did an amazing job! @Laalaleighh You should see if it's playing near you - I think they are going to run it again soon. 2y
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Made for Love | Alissa Nutting
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Book haul! Since I joined Litsy over a year ago, Alissa Nutting's TAMPA has been one of those books I recommend all the time, and I'm super excited for her new one - it sounds just as bananapants. Eve Babitz is one of my favorite 2017 discovery - her work is rich and vibrant, like Joan Didion had a gossipy younger sister. So much of her stuff is coming back in print; it's a great time to jump on board! I ❤️ Slow Days, Fast Company too! #readwomen

Jokila I can't wait to read Nutting's new one! It's not in my library system yet so I'll be stopping by a bookstore sometime on my vacation 😑 2y
TheWordJar I love the opposition of those titles. 2y
8leagueboot I think I have a copy of Made for Love waiting for me at a favorite bookshop up in Maine. Time to check in on that... 2y
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I already own this in hardcover, so it's hard to justify a rebuy BUT I just had to highlight the paperback cover. It's a great example of how to take a specific aesthetic and execute it to a T. And the decision to do it in a large trade paperback is so smart - it looks and feels like a VHS.

BeckyLeJ So right! This is probably my all time favorite book cover now! 2y
SGJ Hendrix has a book coming out soon on paperback horror (and covers) from the seventies and eighties. Excited about it. 2y
Bookworm-Bobbie I saw this in the bookshop yesterday and was instantly drawn to it! 2y
ContraryMary I haven't even read the hard cover copy I own yet but I want this paperback so so badly! I've been eyeing it up every time I go to the book store lately! 2y
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Grant | Ron Chernow
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October 10th! *screaming inaudibly* @Laalaleighh !

DGRachel *screaming audibly* 😱😱 2y
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Short spoops and scares ahoy! It's very much a short story in a single volume; with twists and turns throughout. But it really does play to Flynn's strengths and highlights her talent at capturing the edges and dark corners of 21st century America. And the end will keep you guessing...Makes me wish her new novel would come out already!

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At the dogter with Tyrion the Tibbie for his annual pup-sycal! 😂 And because it wouldn't be a doctor's office without a wait...I brought a book. (Although Ty is always confused as to why books are more interesting than him.)

kylienoele So cute!!! 2y
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Final Girls | Riley Sager
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Always a lovely discovery when you buy a book for the story and find yourself struck by the writing. The use of colors here, as well as Sager's deployment of short sentences, is phenomenal!

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Assassins | Stephen Sondheim, John Weidman
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Went to an amazing, stripped down performance of this tonight! It's such a complex, nuanced, funny, heartbreaking work. It's my favorite musical and even I was surprised by how moved I was. The cast was great, especially Steven Pasquale as John Wilkes Booth. And we're seeing it again tomorrow!

Sydsavvy Good to hear. We have a director here that keeps pitching it, but we just aren't too sure how assessable it is to our audience. 🤔 clearly you loved it! 2y
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All the Birds in the Sky | Charlie Jane Anders
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Ignore the research material in the back...this is a belated #tbrtuesday 😂 Hoping to get through some of the shorter ones this week! #readwomen

mrozzz Rebecca Solnit is awesome!! 2y
brendanmleonard @mrozzz I looooveeeeee her. 2y
batsy I've got my eye on the Mark Fisher 👌 2y
brendanmleonard @batsy I have been really into his writing on hauntology...need to read ghosts 2y
batsy @brendanmleonard Me too! I've read Capitalist Realism and thought it was useful and depressingly accurate. 2y
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