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A Pocketful of Stars | Aisha Bushby
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This middle grade book is so underrated! Deals with themes of loss, grief and friendship. There are elements of magic realism that add so much beauty to this intense story. It‘s a middle grade story but it‘s quite difficult to read at times. #bookstagram #bookreview #middlegrade #2021reads #bookblogger

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Bride of the Sea | Eman Quotah
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LOVED this book featuring Saudi characters. Excellent themes on morality, complex personal histories and the trauma of loss. #bookreview #bookblogger #booknerd #bookstagram #bookish #2021reads

Gissy Is that a hot chocolate? Looks delicious!☺️ 2y
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This was a good book set in India, told from the perspective of an 8 year old boy who wants to become a detective (inspired by the tv shows he watches). The grim reality that inspires this story is the disappearance of nearly 200 children in India on a daily basis. I liked that it had a non-stereotypical representation of poverty in India, but it was a bit repetitive which made it an imperfect 4 star read.

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What are you reading during social distancing?! I read BEACH READ and absolutely adored it. It‘s exactly the kind of book I needed during these times. A lovely balance of steamy romance and substance; the book is about two writers as they try to explore writing each other‘s genre. I loved every minute of reading it!

#bookreview #bookstagram

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5/5⭐️
A beautiful read on friendship, love, grief and personal histories. Understated prose that conveys depth and intimacy reminiscent of Murakami. Loved it ♥️
#bookstagram #bookreview #bookworm

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Death in Her Hands | Ottessa Moshfegh
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A suspenseful novel—the interior monologue of an unreliable narrator reveals a crumbling psyche. Scattering of lucidity begs the question: what is real, what is imaginary? what even is reality if the imagined is as real as it could get? 5 ⭐️ read.

#bookrec #bookstagram #booklover

readordierachel So looking forward to this one! 3y
sumaiyya.books @readordierachel hope you‘ll enjoy it!! 3y
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Recursion | Blake Crouch
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I LOVED this as much as Dark Matter 😱🖤

Addison_Reads I just checked this one out from my local library. I can't wait to start it. 😁 3y
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oh my god this book is so so so good and intense and life changing. Please read it 🖤

charl08 Added! 3y
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A Place for Us: A Novel | Fatima Farheen Mirza
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Working on my list of best 2018 reads! I think I‘ve had better reading years. I really hope 2019 will be better. What‘s a 2018 favorite book for you?
PS: This photo was taken for my profile as a guest contributor for The Reading Women Podcast next year! So excited for this role ♥️

Gissy I don't think this was released in 2018 but I read it this year and I thought was a good contemporary book: Eleonor Oliphant is Completely Fine. 4y
sumaiyya.books @Gissy that‘s already! 2018 reads generally refers to books you personally read in the year, doesn‘t matter when it‘s published ☺️ I‘ve heard excellent things about Eleanor Oliphant 😻 4y
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Currently reading this! It‘s really good yet something is missing. Hoping the ending makes up for that! Have you read this book? It‘s about two Korean sisters who grow up in very different circumstances; Inja in South Korea with her grandparents, Miran in America with their parents.

fleeting I've been eyeing this, too! 4y
fleeting I'll await your review! 4y
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Theatrical | Maggie Harcourt
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Do you read YA romance? I‘m currently reading this one and enjoying it! I‘ve noticed that it‘s best read in long sittings; for some reason I‘m not really feeling that urge to keep going after I take a break. Not a good sign I‘m guessing!

thebookishpages After you finish reading please give a review. The cover looks beautiful but we cannot really go for a book based on its colour now can we? So give me some reasons. 4y
sumaiyya.books @Salini1 I didn‘t like it and wouldn‘t recommend it 😭😭😭 4y
thebookishpages @sumaiyya.books that's sad 4y
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This was such a promising book and I couldn‘t believe how underrated it was. But after reading that ending I‘m just lost and confused. That was a big pile of nothingness. All the intrigue tapered into an ending that felt abrupt and bland. Kind of upset because I really thought I‘d discovered a good book. Wondering what the editors were thinking? Feels like a rush job.

MommyWantsToReadHerBook Oh no, sounds so frustrating! 4y
ephemeralwaltz Gorgeous picture! So sorry you didn't enjoy the read. 4y
sumaiyya.books @MommyWantsToReadHerBook 😣i really thought it was a good one 😭 4y
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Currently reading and it is so underrated!
Also; I‘ve written an essay to address the bookworm shaming and elitist attitude that unfortunately exists on Bookstagram and other Bookish communities. Thought I‘d share the link!
https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/12/02/we-need-to-talk-about-bookworm-sh...
#booklover #bookstagram

MeganAnn LOVED this! We all have to remember to not be so judgmental and nosy and allow others to have their own thoughts and feelings. I just had a conversation with my cousins about how reading teaches empathy because it gives us a chance to experience other things from the character‘s point of view. Thank you for posting ❤️ 4y
BarbaraBB It is a very well-written article and I can imagine all those judgmental comments. I do notice them hardly ever here on Litsy however (i can‘t compare to Bookstagram). What do you think? 4y
batsy All great points here. 4y
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sumaiyya.books @MeganAnn thank you so much for reading ♥️ I agree wholeheartedly that reading makes us more empathetic ♥️ 4y
sumaiyya.books @BarbaraBB thank you so much! I think I agree - Litsy doesn‘t have that kind of negative energy which is so great ♥️ 4y
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Bitter Orange | Claire Fuller
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This was a beautifully written book that didn‘t live up to my expectations. I wanted something more out of this book; the plot twists didn‘t work well for me and overall, I felt it was a bit repetitive and overwritten. It‘s character driven but also tries hard to have the effect of a fast paced plot towards the end.

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After a string of below average reads, this book completely pulled me out of my slump! It was beautifully written and a heartwarming exploration of what we‘re willing to give up if it means we get one more day to live. The novel also explores what it means to live and the process behind accepting that it‘s your time to die.
My review: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/12/01/book-review-if-cats-disappeared-f...

WanderingBookaneer Gorgeous! 4y
Texreader ❤️❤️❤️ this pic! 4y
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TheLibrarian Beautiful pic and kitty!! 😻 4y
sumaiyya.books @Texreader thank you! Gatsby makes it beautiful 😊♥️ 4y
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The French Girl | Lexie Elliott
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This felt like a promising read - a group of friends are forced to revisit a holiday ten years in the past where a French girl they met was later found dead - as the investigation is reopened and they‘re suspects, their inner anxieties and secrets surface. Their relationships are put under the microscope and betrayals are revealed. The ending was very anticlimactic and overall I was underwhelmed. Would recommend only if you‘re new to the genre.

abookishbutterfly I love that purse! 4y
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Soooooo... I really didn‘t like this book. I generally don‘t mind unlikeable characters, but this novel was not what everyone made it out to be. I was expecting a comfort read about friendship and fascination but it was anything but.
My full review: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/book-review-conversations-with-fr...

Gissy Not good book this month? That happens some time! 4y
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This is such an excellent read so far. It‘s part historical fiction, part diary/travel writing. I‘m loving the details, the meandering narrative that Ghosh brilliantly pulls together. Definitely recommend if you want something on migration, movement and a generally critical and subversive view of anthropology and imperialism.

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Everything Under | Daisy Johnson
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Gah!!! I really thought I‘d love this book, but I‘m feeling so UNDER-whelmed and confused after reading it. The story tries to be too much at once, though the writing is great. My full review:
https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/10/18/book-review-everything-under-by-d...

BarbaraBB Although I liked the book better than you did (no favorite though) I can understand your review and I love your blog! 💕 4y
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It was lovely revisiting this cozy mystery series + historical fiction set in 16th century Japan. I‘d recommend if you like Japanese cultural order of the Samurai and Shinobi, and if you like a good whodunnit with a lot of questions 😻🖤 I‘ve got the next book in the series and can‘t wait to read it!

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The Water Cure | Sophie Mackintosh
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This was such a strange novel. I liked it but also didn‘t like it or understand it. It made me uncomfortable and I don‘t see myself revisiting it or recommending it, despite it‘s strengths. I think I understand what the author tried to do, but I‘m not fully onboard the feminist dystopia wagon and think we shouldn‘t need to warp an already twisted reality to bring attention to gender issues. But maybe men should read this book.

jessinikkip I looked for that book at my library but they didnt have it. A friend recommended it. But I see so many mixed reviews Im just not sure its worth spending mobey to buy for me 4y
BooknerdsLife @jessinikkip thats the reason I have this book on reserve from my library too. Not sure it's the type of book I'd like but want to see what it's about... 4y
KateFulfordAuthor That‘s interesting insight, thank you 4y
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Killing Commendatore | Haruki Murakami
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Got this in the mail yesterday! What a gorgeous edition by Knopf 😻 My full review is here:
https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/09/10/art-and-obsession-in-killing-comm...

BooknerdsLife Love that tote bag! 😻 4y
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I have mixed feelings about this novel of religion, faith and cults. The writing style didn‘t really work for me, I found it a bit distracting because of the endless commas and choppy sentences. Loved some parts of it, though. But overall, I‘m not sure how I feel.

KatieDid927 I totally get it. It was a tentative pick for me. I thought I‘d like it a lot more than I did and can see how some people would not be into it at all. 4y
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Killing Commendatore | Haruki Murakami
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This is the best Murakami novel I‘ve ever read! It‘s publishing on Oct 9 from Harvill Secker (UK) and Knopf (US). My review is here: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/09/10/art-and-obsession-in-killing-comm...

BarbaraBB Oh wow! 4y
mutlee Looking forward to reading this one! 4y
Vocalities Which of his novels have you read? I'm a big fan of his work and want to try this one out. 4y
BooknerdsLife Interesting cover! I've never seen this one 😍 I'm reading this one & am enjoying as well but in Chinese translation cause I can't wait for the English edition 😆 4y
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Bought these at the bookstore today (not including The Hazel Wood). Have you read any books by Matt Haig?

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#bookhaul

Dragon I enjoyed Humans and Radio Silence 👍 4y
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Killing Commendatore | Haruki Murakami
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I‘m reading Murakami‘s upcoming novel, KILLING COMMENDATORE! Feels like it‘s been forever since I read one of his books 😱😱😱

BarbaraBB So exciting there is a new one! I am looking forward to your thoughts! 5y
BooknerdsLife Wow! Love the cover 😍 may I ask which edition is it? 4y
ju.ca.no Oh I love the cover😍 4y
sumaiyya.books @BooknerdsLife hello! It‘s the UK arc copy ☺️ 4y
BooknerdsLife @sumaiyya.books Awww gorgeous arc 😍 4y
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Starting this one just now ♥️ I‘ve seen a LOT of mixed reviews, so if you‘ve read it I‘d love to know what you thought ♥️

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Started this (it‘s pub day). I really liked Sager‘s debut, so I‘m looking forward to this one. Anyway; still shocked from last night‘s discovery: RILEY SAGER IS A MAN. I‘d been referring to him as she/her for the past year, I just never questioned that it might be a male author. WHY? HOW???

N8ure I want that coffee!!! 5y
SandraG I‘m on hold for that book now!!! I thought he was a she as well!🤨 5y
aeeklund That was totally me when I found out, too. 5y
Sumtime77 I started this book last night without knowing anything about the author. This was after much deliberation on what BOTM book to choose. I'm glad I picked this one. 5y
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Suicide Club: A Novel | Rachel Heng
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I‘m so underwhelmed after reading this book 🤦🏻‍♀️ I wanted to know if it‘s just me, so I looked through ratings and it appears a lot of readers feel disappointed. I don‘t think it‘s the author‘s fault, because once expectations are removed this looks like a great speculative fiction novel. But it‘s being marketed as an conflict-driven dystopia (based on the blurbs), and I think that‘s where the problem lies. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Suicide Club: A Novel | Rachel Heng
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Currently reading this book! I‘m almost 60% in and a tiny bit confused but I have a feeling the ending will help things make sense. Regardless, this is proving to be a great read!

Bibliophile93 Read the description on goodreads and it sounds really interesting. Only had 3.45 stars though but it‘s still going on my tbr, thanks 😀 5y
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Started this tale of obsession yesterday and I‘m loving it!! It‘s so creepy, twisted and I‘m so intrigued by the delusional and disturbed protagonist. What a chilling read 😻

BarbaraBB I just ordered a copy of this one! 5y
nimbus2000 I hated this book! I didn‘t hate it because it made me uncomfortable or anything like that - I‘ve read many things that make me uncomfortable. I hated it because I kept waiting and waiting and waiting for something unexpected to happen and it never did. Maybe I just didn‘t get it? I couldn‘t wait for it to be over. (edited) 5y
KatieDid927 @nimbus2000 Completely with you, I did not enjoy this book one bit. 5y
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The Intermission | Elyssa Friedland
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Currently reading this book. I‘m about 30 pages in but the story hasn‘t really grabbed my attention yet. Has anyone read it?

BarbaraBB I have never even heard of it! 5y
ReadingEnvy I've been trying but I fall asleep every time. I think it's like listening to alternating people in a couple whie about their lives, hahaha. I probably need to bail. 5y
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The Final Empire | Brandon Sanderson
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Oh my god. This trilogy was SO EPIC. I feel stupid for not reading it sooner. The magic system is so well developed, the world building and character developments are brilliant and the overall cohesiveness of the three books was SO SATISFYING. A lot of people cried at the ending and I can see why. It was bittersweet and incredible. Highly recommend if you‘re looking for readable high fantasy.

Cailey_Mac Omg this is on my tbr as well! Definitely moving it up a bit 5y
cinder Sanderson is the king. Check out his "stormlight archive" its even better i promise. 5y
sumaiyya.books @Cailey_Mac I LOVED the Mistborn trilogy! It was epic and apparently the next series by him are even better. 5y
sumaiyya.books @cinder I‘m so excited to read his other books! Can‘t wait 😻 5y
Cailey_Mac @sumaiyya.books OMGGG that makes me really excited to read it! I‘m going to see if I can read in July 😎🌸 5y
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Sourdough | Robin Sloan
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One of my favorite books that deals with the theme of technology vs tradition. There‘s a lot of baking in this one, so I was hungry the entire time I was reading it 😹

MedaReadsAlot Loved this book! 5y
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Convenience Store Woman | Sayaka Murata
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Got this in the mail today! Is anyone planning to read this?

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The Final Empire | Brandon Sanderson
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I‘m a little nervous because I‘m starting The Final Empire today 🙈 I‘ve heard such incredible things about Sanderson‘s work so I have a lot of expectations. I‘m also going through a difficult time in my life so I feel a fantasy like this one is a good option right now. If you‘ve read the book or trilogy, do you have any advise for me?

butterbeerheist I read the first book and it‘s fantastic! Hope you‘ll get through your difficult time 😊 5y
Soubhiville I loved this series! I hope it helps you relax and escape a bit 💜 5y
Weisubei I love the first and second book, and currently reading the third. I really don't want this series to end so i kinda postpone reading it until i'm ready 😫😫 5y
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The Pisces: A Novel | Melissa Broder
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Currently reading this very strange, funny and witty book.

Baawrabookster How is the book till now?? 5y
sumaiyya.books @Baawrabookster I liked it but also didn‘t. Struggling to write my review 🙈 5y
Baawrabookster Ohhh it's not mystery neither thriller so that is why you are struggling😅😅✌️ 5y
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The Pisces: A Novel | Melissa Broder
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Looking for feel good books! Can you recommend any? I prefer books about twentysomethings rather than teens. Thank you so much 🙈

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Dragon I really liked this story but I‘m thinking maybe it‘s not feel good enough. (edited) 5y
BarbaraBB The tag is two books but I mean the one in Paris (NY may be its sequel) 5y
sumaiyya.books @Hollie thank you for the recs!! 5y
sumaiyya.books @Dragon I‘ve read One Day! Definitely not feel good 🙈 It broke my heart 😭 5y
sumaiyya.books @BarbaraBB thank you for the recs!! I‘ll look them up 😻♥️ 5y
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Starfish | Akemi Dawn Bowman
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I want to follow more people on Litsy! If you have a book review account please drop a comment below - I‘d love to check out your profile!

Btw, STARFISH is my current read and I‘m loving it ♥️

missprint I do! 5y
SydBookReader Hi I‘m always looking for active Litsy members! 5y
CouronneDhiver If you follow back, you‘ll probably find lots of new contacts ... friends of friends, if you will 5y
BellaBookNook Oh my goodness that cover is stunning. I am glad you are enjoying it. I just might have to add it to my overflowing TBR! 😊 5y
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A Place for Us: A Novel | Fatima Farheen Mirza
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Recently read and LOVED this story about an Indian-Muslim family in America. It was so heart wrenching and relatable for me. Loved the way it captured the essence of my religion. Full review: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/05/24/book-review-a-place-for-us/

Hollie Lovely photo!! 5y
BarbaraBB Great review! 5y
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Whistle in the Dark | Emma Healey
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I loved this book so much!! It‘s a character driven story that takes place AFTER the missing teen is found. My full review if you can spare a couple of minutes: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/05/03/book-review-whistle-in-the-dark/

BarbaraBB Stacked! This sounds real good. Great review. 5y
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A Girl Like That | Tanaz Bathena
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I absolutely disliked this book set in Saudi Arabia. My review: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/04/29/book-review-a-girl-like-that/

laurenlovesliterature Beautiful cover though. 5y
Gissy I don't even like the cover. 5y
aleph Wow, thank you for your verdict and very thoughtful review. I didn't make it all the way through as you did well in making clear why this book is one to avoid: namely Islam and Muslims/Saudis negatively drawn across the board and unshaded character portrayals. 5y
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Whistle in the Dark | Emma Healey
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I‘ve just started this - looks great so far. What are you reading?!

ephemeralwaltz Started Chemistry by Weike Wang! 5y
merelybookish Your kitty looks unconvinced. 😸 5y
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aliasNayNay Two Sisters by Mary Hogan 5y
wanderlustforwords It‘s sounds really good! And this photo is way too cute! 5y
wanderlustforwords I‘m listening to Children of Blood and Bone and reading The Chosen and a book of shorts called The Visiting Privilege. I was really interested in The Chosen at first but now that I‘m half way in it‘s hit a lull, we‘ll see. I‘m really enjoying the other two so far. 5y
rahil I started reading this.. 5y
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It was difficult for me to get into this book. I wasn‘t fully invested in it until I reached the mother‘s POV. This isn‘t an emotionally manipulative story, but when I finished it I felt the full weight of the words. This is a lengthy read, sometimes that felt unnecessary, yet it‘s an important narrative that I personally related to. My full review:
https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/04/24/blog-tour-review-the-leavers-by-l...

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City of Brass | S A Chakraborty
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This book is so good! Just the fantasy-magic read I needed at the moment. But also, can‘t help but feel that under the layers of world building, all new YA fantasy books feel the same 🤦🏻‍♀️

bnp "all new YA fantasy books feel the same " This is why I only read a few YA. 5y
Reviewsbylola I bailed on this but it is so beautiful. 😍 5y
Morinen I love the cover! Mine is a bit more YA generic. 5y
Gissy Nice cover! From my perspective it looks more beautiful than the US one. 5y
Gissy I'm a reading a YA now, sometimes I need that in my life!🤷🏻‍♀️ 5y
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This Ya sci-fi/magic realism was a good escapist read for me. The Native American stories and mythology is the core strength of this book, and it has a well developed science fiction and supernatural aspect that I enjoyed. Overall, a fun escape but requires some eye rolling because of insta love 🙄

Gissy Good to know your impression about this book. I won a copy several months ago in my book club raffle but I didn't know if I would like it. 5y
sumaiyya.books @Gissy hope you‘ll enjoy it! 5y
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The Night Diary | Veera Hiranandani
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Why are people not obsessing over this brilliant YA historical fiction?! It‘s set in 1947, the historic year that saw the India and Pakistan partition. We see the horrific and brutal divide through the diary entries that Nisha (12y) writes for her dead mother. I loved her exploration of home, displacement and identity. This historic event is underrepresented in children‘s literature and TND does it incredible justice. So jarring & beautiful.

bnp Sounds interesting. 5y
sumaiyya.books @bnp I definitely recommend! 5y
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This was such an incredible read! I read it in one day, and that‘s 100% because of the engaging storytelling and the stunning writing style. This follows Nick, a young man whose girlfriend gets a job as the director of a Historic House. Things start to go wrong after they move in, followed by her eventual disappearance. Nick tries to make sense of the mystery and the role the house‘s previous inhabitants play in it. SO BLOODY GOOD.

wanderinglynn What a cute fur-baby! So floofy! ❤️🐱 5y
Gissy Sounds interesting! 5y
radhikeey This sounds like a nice suspense book. Gotta stack it! 5y
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sumaiyya.books @wanderinglynn thank you! Her name is Gatsby ☺️♥️ 5y
sumaiyya.books @radhikey I loved it!! It was so goood 😻 5y
sumaiyya.books @radhikey definitely! I loved it so much ☺️♥️ 5y
Cedricsmom @sumaiyya.books I just started it this week and it is very good. Well written sentences and a good story to boot. I wasn‘t aware of this book but I read a review of it in this week‘s New York Times Review of Books. 5y
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What are you guys reading these days?! I recently got a couple of books including this one from PRH International. Are any of them on your list?

Gissy I'm reading A Wrinkle in time graphic novel because I want to see the movie this weekend and I will start Obsidio. Not too deep books🤷🏻‍♀️ 5y
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Oh my god, this book. I LOVED it. Such a creepy and unnerving read. The final 30 pages are insane and so trippy. I love the atmosphere the author created, along with the premise which lived up to my expectations. Go for it it if you want a literary psychological thriller. Full review here: https://sumaiyyareads.wordpress.com/2018/03/15/book-review-im-thinking-of-ending...

emilyhaldi I loved it too!! Such a polarizing book, but I thought it was genius 🖤 5y
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