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readingjedi

readingjedi

Joined September 2016

Symmetrical book stacking... just like the Philadelphia mass turbulence of 1947.
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Well, I liked Tom before I read his warm, witty & just downright delightful memoir, but now I positively ADORE him! What an intelligent, sensitive, modest, honest & genuine young man he is - no wonder the divine Ms Watson calls him her 'soul mate'. His self-deprecating humour is refreshing & he seems remarkably grounded & self-aware for a former child star. He doesn't shy away from detailing the 'bad bits' either. A fascinating read.

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I am starting this delightful volume today. Not only does it look gorgeous, but it also has pleasing dimensions, and it feels satisfying to hold.

IndoorDame I think sometimes we get caught up with convince and forget how incredibly important that tactile pleasure is! 5d
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Different for Boys | Patrick Ness
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Ooh, new Patrick Ness! Starting this one tonight. With thanks to #NetGalley for this book.

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The Fourth Shore | Virginia Baily
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Enjoyed this one. Set against the backdrop of Italy's colonial presence in North Africa in the inter-war period, it features a young Italian woman who becomes involved with a particularly vile Fascist officer, putting her family in danger. I enjoyed the setting & the emotional journey the MC goes on - I was able to empathise with her despite her making some bad choices/being naive. Also enjoyed the motor racing connection.

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My Lovely Wife | Samantha Downing
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Pickpick

This one just scrapes a Pick. Yes, it is entertaining & intriguing & I was compelled to keep turning the pages. But it did annoy me a little as it all seemed so familiar, so generic, so thriller-by-numbers. There is nothing NEW. And as for the twist at the end, I suspect everyone who has ever read a thriller before would fully expect it, let alone have guessed it! So only a Pick because I'm feeling magnanimous!

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Starting this one tonight. A very rare hardback purchase for me as I like to read laid down in bed and that's kinda difficult with a heavy chonk of a book!

bookishbitch I really want to read this!! 1w
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Pickpick

An entertaining read with some intriguing female characters & a really nicely done dual timeline. The 2 stories are woven together seamlessly, the past being part of each woman's present internal monologue as she experiences the landscape in which it happened. The author also evokes the flora & fauna really effectively as well - I got a strong sense of the Australian landscape but as experienced by the characters, increasing my empathy with them.

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A tough read. As a parent, it has an extra, particularly terrifying aspect - this awful thing happening to a 'good' boy from a privileged background suggests no child is safe - MY child isn't safe! - from this nefarious plague. I mean, there's so much you can do to prevent it from happening, but still, you can't prevent it from happening! The father's helplessness, despair & desperation are heartbreaking, his unending hope, an inspiration.

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Gentleman Sinner | Jodi Ellen Malpas
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Bailedbailed

Nope.

As someone who has a hard time quitting & very rarely does it, I managed 3% of this.

I am NOT the target audience and it shows.

But 3% is something of a record. Am I getting better at quitting? Or was this just really REALLY not very good at all?! 🤔🤔🤔🤔

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Gentleman Sinner | Jodi Ellen Malpas
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Starting this one this evening, another NetGalley title that I've had for a very long time. Not even sure why I'd request this - it doesn't really seem like my thing.

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24 Hours in Antarctica | Andy Prentice
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Don't think I've ever met an Usborne book I didn't like! This one is no exception. Illustrated in a comic book style, it details a day in the life of Viv, a mechanic working at a research station. It's packed with facts, it's fun & accessible, and is pitched just at the right level - something I love about Usborne books.

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Lincoln in the Bardo | George Saunders
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I am literally staggered by this work. It is sublime. I love the structure & the chorus of ghosts (especially roger bevins iii) It is hilarious, poignant, knife-in-the-heart, gut-wrenchingly sad & despite it being about the most heart breaking loss imaginable (your beloved child) & the navigation of that grief AND 99% of the characters being dead, it is also heart swellingly life affirming. Just brilliant, I'm altered by this book.

Tamra It‘s fabulous! 3w
LiteraryinLawrence Amazing review!! 3w
MamaGina This has been on my shelf for way too long, it sounds amazing 🤓 3w
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Wow! I'm super impressed with this! It was undemanding and relaxing and really easy. I didn't place a couple of the stickers as accurately as I could have, but it really doesn't matter as you can't see any gaps from a distance. A really satisfying craft!

CBee Beautiful!! 3w
LaraReads This is so neat! 3w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful 😍 3w
Meshell1313 Ooh so pretty! 3w
SilversReviews Beautiful!! 3w
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A week out from my emergency lap appendectomy & I'm already bored of recuperating! My daughter has the kids version of these books and I've always been super envious. So I got myself the adult version to help fend off a little of the tedium of being 'out of action.' Starting on a rather lovely hummingbird.

Lindy I‘ve never seen sticker art before. Looks fun. Get well soon. 🌻 3w
Pageturner1 hope you feel better soon 3w
Megabooks Get well soon! 3w
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Anna40 Feel better soon! 3w
JessClark78 Hope you feel better soon. 3w
BookHoarder32 I love these! Diamond art is fun too. I hope you feel better soon! 3w
Angeles Get well soon 3w
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My Lovely Wife | Samantha Downing
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Starting this one today. Another NetGalley title from way back.

amberavidreader Great read! I loved it! 3w
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I am slowly recovering from having my appendix removed. I am sore and grouchy and so very very bored and, yes, I am the world's worst patient in that I'm not at all patient in any way and I want my normal life back NOW! My only consolation is I have a lot of reading time!

Starting this one tonight. Another NetGalley title requested back in the mists of time.....

wanderinglynn Oh no. I hope you feel better soon! 💚 3w
dabbe So sorry to hear this. Hope you'll be on the mend soon and that this book transports you to another place--if only for a little while. ❣️ 3w
Ruthiella Wishing you a speedy recovery! ❤️ 3w
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batsy Feel better soon 💐 3w
Dragon Hoping you heal quickly and can get back to your life - take care of yourself 💐 3w
Chrissyreadit Hope you are feeling better! 2w
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I've got appendicitis. Emergency surgery here I come! Feeling down as it will be the first night I've ever spent apart from my daughter in 8 and a half years. Am a wreck, honestly 😭

Cheer me up with some good jokes/puns!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Oh no!! I hope that you feel better ❤️‍🩹 1mo
swishandflick Damn girl, are you my appendix? Because I don't understand what you do or how you function, but this feeling in my stomach makes me wanna take you out. (Teehee, a little appendix pick up line humor. Sending you all the best and hope you have a speedy recovery!) 1mo
fredamans Wishing you a full and speedy recovery! 1mo
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RaeLovesToRead Good luck with the surgery 🤞🏻💕 1mo
MaureenMc ❤️‍🩹💗 Best wishes for a quick recovery! 1mo
Ruthiella Wishing you a speedy recovery! ❤️ 1mo
Frasdawg Oooh no fun, my appendix was emergency surgery too😞 Wishing you a speedy recovery and daughter cuddles ASAP ❤️ 1mo
SamAnne Oh no! Wishing you a speedy recovery. 1mo
TEArificbooks Oh no, that is rough. My kid was 8 too before I had to spend a night away. I feel for you. At least they caught it before it exploded and you will have a quick recovery. 1mo
Tamra Well wishes! 1mo
Berryfan When my kids are cold I tell them to go stand in the corner. Because a corner is 90 degrees 😁 1mo
dabbe I had an appendectomy.
Without an appendix, how are people going to discover additional and supplementary information about me? #letthegroansbegin 🤣

Sending you 🤗 for a speedy recovery so that you can be with your daughter asap. ❣️
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Meshell1313 Wishing you a speedy recovery! 1mo
MoonWitch94 What do you call it when a Snowman throws a tantrum? A MELTDOWN 😆😉🤦🏻‍♀️ Wishing you a speedy recovery & safe surgery ❤️‍🩹 1mo
marleed Speedy Recovery. …I asked Alexa for help on a book joke. She/It submits: I just finished A Confederacy of Dunces. …It was quite dense. 1mo
Tkimsal Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery! 4w
Reggie Hope you feel better soon! What did the ocean say to the beach? Nothing, It just waved. 4w
MNreader What's the worst place to take your pet? The flea market. Feel better soon 4w
DaveGreen7777 Ouch! 😩 Hope you make a full and speedy recovery! 🙏 4w
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Born a Crime | Trevor Noah
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Hilarious. Eye-opening. Shocking. Hilarious again. And a little bit of heartbreaking. Didn't know who Noah was previously, but he had quite the childhood. Pivotal are his relationship with his ever-loving mother & his struggle to find his place in a society fractured by Apartheid. Despite the seriousness of the issues he faced, this memoir is warm & witty & full of positive vibes. The scene at the Jewish school though - to laugh or cry???!

Velvetfur I've always enjoyed watching videos of him and his interesting observations, looks like this book would be very interesting too! Thanks for sharing your thoughts 😊 1mo
Andrew65 This was my top read of 2022, and Trevor Noah has produced an excellent audiobook of it. (edited) 1mo
Andrew65 @Velvetfur Definitely a must read. Absolutely loved it. 1mo
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Julsmarshall I love his story and the audiobook (he narrates) is my favorite audiobook of all time. 1mo
Suet624 I‘ll never forget the story of his mother near the end of the book. Her survival was astonishing. (edited) 1mo
ShelleyBooksie His Mom and Grannies accents that he does in the audiobook are amazing. This is truly a book that evokes both laughter and tears. 1mo
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Late night start for this one.

ncsufoxes I read this one years ago, good but so sad. His son‘s book, Tweak, is a great companion piece. It‘s a tough read, especially when he describes what‘s going on with him & the drugs he‘s doing. 1mo
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The Khan | Saima Mir
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Panpan

It's a NOPE from me. Writing was weirdly amateurish. Lots of telling, not much showing. But mainly I just didn't believe it.

None of it.

Especially when the brother is repeatedly run over by several range rovers and walks away with only a tyre print on his cheek to show for it.

Nonsense.

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Burial Rites | Hannah Kent
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This is not what you'd call a cheery or uplifting read. It is, however, beautifully written. Kent skillfully creates an authentic sense of time & place - the bleakness, the cold, the poverty of 19th century rural Iceland all powerfully evoked. Agnes is also an intriguing character, your empathy for her building the more pages you turn. I love the way the bureaucracy surrounding Agnes' execution is juxtaposed with her raw emotions & her story of ⬇️

BookNAround Such a good book! 1mo
readingjedi ⬆️ her life - loss, grief & injustice. Based on a real life figure, the research is obviously meticulous, allowing the author to create a backstory that is tragic & moving. 1mo
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Lincoln in the Bardo | George Saunders
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This is another book that was huge a while ago and I just didn't get round to. And by a while ago I mean 4 or 5 years 😳 So you could say I'm late to this particular party! But that seems to be the way I roll - permanently 5 years behind in books, fashion, life in general 🤣

Allthebookclubs This was gifted to me a few years ago, maybe 5 😬. I haven‘t read it yet either 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️ 1mo
KathyWheeler I liked it but it was very weirdly structured. 1mo
sarahbellum Yes! I‘m also perpetually 5-10 years behind on books, movies, music, pop culture 1mo
azulaco The audiobook is fantastic, if you‘re inclined. They did a great job with it. 1mo
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My daughter got this sweet little book for Christmas. It has a simple activity for each day of the year to bring a moment of joy - an adult might call this mindfulness but I like to think that to a child it is still that wondrous happiness that defines childhood (or should). For example, today we are being "thankful for cuddling" and asked about our favourite cuddly toy. Super cute illustrations as well!

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Picked these 2 from Amazon Prime Reads selection. Oh boy, Mount ToBeRead is growing daily....I need to live till I'm 128!

Suet624 I feel ya. 1mo
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Love this cover! And I really love this type of book as well - that is, books about books/reading. I had a nature almanac last year that was a joy to dip into each month and by the end of the year it felt like an old friend! So I'm hoping I enjoy this one just as much.

MaureenMc I‘m reading this one this year, too. I love seasonal reading! 1mo
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Having read 'A Poem for Every Night of the Year' together in 2021 and 'A Poem for Every Day of the Year' in 2022, my daughter and I are reading this one in 2023. I love our shared ritual of reading together just before bedtime.

The introduction mentions that Byron referred to Wordsworth as 'Turdsworth', a factoid that set the 8 year old off giggling for a good 15 minutes! 💩

MartinaLove How were the first two? 1mo
readingjedi @MartinaLove We really enjoyed them. They're a good mix of poems, although we did skip a couple of the war poems as my daughter finds the more intense ones upsetting. We read them as intended as well, one a night followed by a little discussion. 1mo
DivineDiana This looks so good! I tried to read a poem a day last year, and sadly did not succeed. Starting over this year! 1mo
MartinaLove @readingjedi Wow! This is amazing!! 1mo
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Born a Crime | Trevor Noah
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After four and a half despairing years stranded on the bleak and unforgiving slopes of the unconquerable Mount ToBeRead, it is finally time to dust this one off and let its desperate plea of "Just read me already!" go unanswered no longer!

In other words, I'm starting this one tonight!

seibelsays Enjoy! 1mo
LitStephanie I loved this one. I listened to the audio. Hope you like it! 1mo
DivineDiana A favorite! 1mo
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My daughter got seriously into Strictly this last season so picking her traditional Christmas annual this year was a no-brainer. Her favourites were Molly and Carlos.

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Absolutely adore my zodiac emblazoned 2023 diary! I'm a Capricorn and therefore do not hold with any horoscope mumbo-jumbo!!!

I write a page a day and this will be 41st year of doing so!

Velvetfur What a pretty diary! 😍 1mo
Meshell1313 Hello fellow Capricorn! It‘s so pretty! 😍 1mo
Born.A.Reader I've journaled for years and am always on the lookout for a pretty one! Where did you get this one? 🤩😍 1mo
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readingjedi @Born.A.Reader It's a Letts of London diary. I bought it from the website. 1mo
IndianBookworm OMG, 41 years? That is just mind-blowingly amazing. 🙌😍 1mo
readingjedi @IndianBookworm Got my first diary for my 7th birthday and have had one every year since (I'm 48 in 2 weeks) and I still have them all! 1mo
IndianBookworm @readingjedi that is something so amazing. You legit have your life on paper. Kudos to whoever gave you your first diary.😍 1mo
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No resolutions, no diet plans, no new gym membership, no vows to be more productive/organized/restrained on the book buying front for me. No targets or challenges either.

Just the same old chaos and barely avoided disaster as always.

Happy New Year, my fellow Littens! May your days be wordy and your pages be many.

QuietlyLaura Happy New Year! 🎉🎉🎉 1mo
Deblovestoread Love this with my whole 💜. Happy New Year! 🥂 1mo
Ruthiella Happy New Year! 🥳 1mo
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TheSpineView Happy New Year! 1mo
MaureenMc Happy New Year! 1mo
Jennifer3 I love this! 1mo
CaitZ Happy New Year!🎉🎉 1mo
bnp "Just the same old chaos and barely avoided disaster as always!" Isn't that the truth! 1mo
CarolynM Happy New Year 🥳 1mo
jitteryjane724 Happy new year! Enjoy what lies ahead ✨ 1mo
AnneCecilie Happy New Year 🎆 1mo
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Mehso-so

This is interesting rather than genuinely fascinating. In fact, I am slightly frustrated by this as I feel it could've been so much better. It features a diverse selection of writers but each section is disappointingly brief, remaining superficial rather than getting to the nitty-gritty. I dislike the maps also - too little info & kinda ugly. And too few photos. Useful as a primer for further reading, but no frills or thrills here.

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The Khan | Saima Mir
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Starting this one this evening. Not my usual bag, but it sounds intriguing. Will probably be my last one of 2022.

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My husband and daughter got me this cookery chunkster for Christmas and I'm thrilled to finally own this as I've coveted it for a long time. My sister exclaimed, "But you don't like cooking!" ? I was forced to explain that liking cooking and liking cookery books are completely separate things!

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A Christmas Wish | Carole Matthews
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Wishing all my fellow Littens a very Merry Christmas. Let's hope Santa brings us all the wordy delights our bookish hearts desire!

🎅❤️🎄📚🎅❤️🎄📚🎅❤️🎄📚🎅❤️🎄📚

AmyG Merry Christmas to you and your family! 2mo
fredamans Merry Christmas to you too! 2mo
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Fascinating, informative & fun, this book was a joy from start to finish. The author's love of language is evident on every page & her enthusiasm is thoroughly infectious. It's so interesting to discover the roots of modern English, what's changed and what's stayed the same. The pronunciation guides keep this book accessible to the armchair linguist & the wit & warmth avoids the stuffiness of a more academic tome. An ideal gift for word lovers!

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If I Had Two Lives | Abbigail Rosewood
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Wasn't really enjoying this one, but I like to persevere for reasons I'm not entirely sure of. Then, around the 60% mark, came a scene so ridiculous that I nearly threw the thing across the room. That's me done.

Quitting feels good. I really should do it more often!

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Pickpick

Was initially distracted by the artwork of this graphic novel - it's a little scribbley & smudgy. But as I got into the narrative, I realised how it related to, and enhanced, the words telling the story. And what a fascinating & absorbing story it was. What sad, bleak lives those Brontë women endured - no wonder they retreated into their interior worlds. But then the imaginary became preferable to real life.... A really fantastic read.

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Panpan

Had to Pan this. The gushing fan-girl hyperbole seemed ludicrous to me to the point of being meaningless word salad. Also Rihanna's Umbrella is "one of the songs of the century"??! And the rhetorical "Did the Beats write a better tribute to Americana than 'Icy Cola Coca [sic], Sprite I love the most-a!/I ride rollercoasters!/I try all the cultures'" (lyrics by Azealia Banks)Er, what??? I just really did not connect with this one at all!!!

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It is a wet and gloomy day in Yorkshire's east riding today. Can't wait to get in from work and settle down with this book, a blanket & a large coffee!

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The Secret Life of Bees | Sue Monk Kidd
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Adored The Invention of Wings, remained largely unimpressed by this one. Didn't connect with the story or the characters, didn't really buy the relationships & the "deep & meaningfuls" didn't move me in the slightest. Lily didn't read as authentic, her personality seemed indistinct. Not a real lot happened either - the turns of the plot seemed contrived to me. And the writing seems weirdly flat compared to IOW. I'm a bit disappointed....

perfectsinner The Book of Longings and The Invention of Wings are my favs from her. My teacher read this to us in high school and I've read it separately since then. The Mermaid Chair so far is one of my least favs. 3mo
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Starting this one this evening. Great cover! With thanks to #netgalley for this book.

OutsmartYourShelf Now I‘ve got that song by Shakespeare‘s Sister stuck in my head. 3mo
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These Dividing Walls | Fran Cooper
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A quietly enchanting novel with writing that is simultaneously understated & sublime. It's a brief glimpse into the diverse lives of various characters living in a Parisian apartment block. Tackles big issues - loss & grief, isolation of early motherhood/PND/PNP, rise of far right in France, radicalization but it's never heavy or preachy. The characters are so real, so genuine that it feels like a privilege to witness the events herein.

Cinfhen Sounds great 3mo
Tamra You sold me with understated and sublime. 👍🏾 3mo
EvieBee This sounds great! Just purchased a Kindle copy. (edited) 3mo
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Could cry! Had just settled into bed with my book & my cup of tea when my daughter, who is a die-hard cosleeper, rolled into me & I split my tea all over this gorgeous book! Gah, never spill tea on my waterproof Kindle, no. Just on real, porous, non-waterproof paper! 😭😭😭😭

Kimzey Ohhh, noooooo! 😲 3mo
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The Secret Life of Bees | Sue Monk Kidd
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#wondrouswednesday @Eggs

1. Waterstones. Yes, it's a big soulless company but my local branch is like a second home to me!

2. I'd go for some borderline rude pun like 'What The Book?!' or 'Fancy a Book?' or 'Bookwits' or 'For Book's Sake' because my sense of humour is still that of a 14 year old!!!

3. Tagged

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Got my daughter this fab book for Halloween 🎃

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The Winners | Fredrik Backman
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I loved every second of this. Backman has created a set of characters that have become a part of me I care so deeply about them. His insights into life, relationships and (obviously) hockey are incisive, heartbreaking, joyful, painfully true. He can put me on an emotional roller coaster like no other. He can rip my heart out (oh, Benji) in a way that is simply exquisite. Gah, can't bear it's over. Who knew hockey was .... everything?!

Jerdencon I loved this too! 💕 3mo
LiteraryinLawrence I have this out from the library right now! I‘m a little daunted by the size but I know I‘ll love it. 3mo
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The Secret Life of Bees | Sue Monk Kidd
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Starting this one today. This is one of those books that if you'd asked me I would've said I'd read it. I haven't, I just really feel like I have! *Double checks blurb - no, definitely NOT read it* 🤣

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Forgot to post my 'third time lucky' purchase from this last week - I'm just about over the embarrassment now! The duplicate books were Blurb Your Enthusiasm by Louise Willder and From Spare Oom to War Drobe by Katherine Langrish. I am currently obsessed with books about books!

julesG Don't worry. It happens. I bought books twice by accident. Once even three times (two different ebook editions plus the paperback). Now I'm only embarrassed that I still haven't read it yet. 3mo
MaGoose @julesG Been the 3mo
MaGoose @julesG Sorry about that. I was about to say that I have bought multiples of books a number of times. Have I read them yet? For the most part, no. 🤪🤣😆‼️ 3mo
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Yesterday in Waterstones I selected & bought a book I thought looked interesting. While having refreshments in the cafe it started to seem very familiar - checked on my Kindle and yes, I already owned it. Exchanged it for another equally intriguing title & left the shop. Luckily I hadn't gone too far when something made me check my Kindle for that one too. Yes, I also owned my 2nd choice as well! Felt so silly!

tpixie Lol. Understandable. I sometimes have trouble remembering other. I‘ve read the book or not, or if it just seems familiar because of having read the summary on the back! (edited) 3mo
persephone1408 I have an app that is a list of what I own... It comes in handy! 3mo
Suet624 That‘s hysterical and relatable. @persephone1408 can you tell me the app you use? 3mo
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persephone1408 @Suet624 it's called my library 3mo
Suet624 @persephone1408 Thank you!! 3mo
CarolynM Glad I‘m not the only one this sort of thing happens to🙄😬🙂 3mo
Ruthiella 😂😂😂 3mo
Reggie Lolol 3mo
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Having a second try at starting this one tonight. Tried last night but was far too (book) hungover from The Winners that I stared at the first page for about 20 minutes without actually reading a single word!