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mskittyfantastico

mskittyfantastico

Joined April 2018

Stuck up, half witted, scruffy looking nerf herder
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Still Waters | Viveca Sten
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Forgive the bad photo quality - I finished this book in the Colombian jungle!

This was a solid murder mystery. Lots of great descriptions of food. I learned more than I probably wanted to about fishing.

Would recommend!

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As a resident of the Bay Area, it was pretty scary to learn about the Golden State Killer, a serial rapist and murder who has been tormenting California for decades and who still hasn‘t been caught. But what makes this true crime novel stand out is how personal the investigation was to the author, who died before she could complete the book. Highly recommend for any true crime fans!

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Crazy Rich Asians | Kevin Kwan
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I finished Crazy Rich Asians on my flight to Cartagena, and it was the perfect way to start a vacation. This book is basically like candy - it‘s a fun, easy read, with descriptions of food that made me want to book my next trip to Singapore ASAP.

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Alias Grace: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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Margaret Atwood knocks it out of the park every time. Alias Grace is yet another one of her narratives that points out the jarring misogyny all around us - but unlike The Handmaid‘s Tale, it‘s based on a true story. Atwood makes us wonder - why do we, as a society, love to watch a woman suffer? (Luckily, Henry the dog is one of the good guys, and mostly just loves to watch women give him treats.)

CoffeeNBooks I love Margaret Atwood! I haven't read this one yet, though. 2y
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Alias Grace: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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Once again, Margaret Atwood hits me right in the feels with her on-point portrayals of sexist men. Almost done with this book, which conveys so many of the same ideas as The Handmaid‘s Tale, but through a completely different narrative.

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I devoured this thing in less than 24 hours. My inner film nerd couldn‘t get enough of this Hitchcockian psychological thriller.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I‘ve been on the fence trying to decide if I want to read this one!! Welcome to Litsy!! I hope you love it here!! 🎉🎊📚💕 2y
Eggbeater I really liked this also. Welcome to Litsy! 🌻 2y
EH2018 This was a really good book! 2y
asiriusreader Welcome to Litsy! (I‘m reading this right now and loving it!!) 2y
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Pachinko | Min Jin Lee
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My first Litzy post! Pachinko was an excellent intergenerational saga, though some characters were a bit slower to read about than others. Plus, it really made me want some Korean food 🍜

RaimeyGallant I keep hearing about this one. :) And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 2y
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mskittyfantastico Thanks for the warm welcome @Jess7 @tonyahoswalt @Chelleo ! 😻 2y
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