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The Favorite Sister
The Favorite Sister | Jessica Knoll
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From Jessica Knollauthor of Luckiest Girl Alive, the instant New York Times bestseller and the bestselling debut novel of 2015comes a blisteringly paced thriller starring competitive sisters whose dark secrets and lies result in murder when they sign onto a reality TV show. When five hyper-successful women agree to appear on a reality series set in New York City called Goal Diggers, the producers never expect the season will end in murder Bretts the fan favorite. Tattooed and only twenty-seven, the meteoric success of her spin studioand her recent engagement to her girlfriendhas made her the object of jealousy and vitriol from her castmates. Kelly, Bretts older sister and business partner, is the most recent recruit, dismissed as a hanger-on by veteran cast. The golden child growing up, she defers to Brett nowa role which requires her to protect their shocking secret. Stephanie, the first black cast member and the oldest, is a successful bestselling author of erotic novels. There have long been whispers about her hot, non-working actor-husband and his wandering eye, but this season the focus is on the rift that has opened between her and Brett, former best friendsand resentment soon breeds contempt. Lauren, the start-up worlds darling whose drinking has gotten out of control, is Goal Diggers recovery narrativeeveryone loves a comeback story. And Jen, made rich and famous through her cultishly popular vegan food line plays a holistic hippie for the cameras, but is perhaps the most ruthless of them all when the cameras are off. The Favorite Sister explores the invisible barriers that prevent women from rising up the ranks in todays Americaand offers a scathing take on the oft-lionized bonds of sisterhood, and the relentless pressure to stay young, relevant, and salable.
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janeycanuck
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Panpan

This made for okay plane reading but I don‘t think it‘s really worth picking up, it didn‘t work for me. The cast of characters was too complicated, for one. I kept having to flip back and forth to figure out who people were early on and still never really managed to keep Lauren and Jen straight. But what really irked me was how the book ended for Stephanie. It felt like a bad stereotype.

Cinfhen I panned it too!! Such a disappointment ☹️ 2mo
janeycanuck @Cinfhen have you read her first one? I have it on the shelf but am hesitant to pick it up now. 2mo
Cinfhen I thought I was the wrong audience for the first book but it was MUCH BETTER than second book. My daughter LOVED 2mo
janeycanuck @Cinfhen oh, good to know! 2mo
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Bec_lectic
The Favorite Sister | Jessica Knoll
Bailedbailed

Had to bail on this one...got to page 60-something and just had no motivation to open it anymore. It was like reading some annoying girls bitchy diary. I have yet to figure out why they continuously compare the author to Ruth Ware or Gillian Flynn because there is no comparison in my opinion 😒

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throwmeabook
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Mehso-so

I enjoyed this book for it's clever, punchy, sharp writing. It was thought provoking and delved into difficult women's issues. But there were times when I wanted to throw it across the room. The writing was so distracting and complicated to the point of confusion. The characters were horrible human beings and the entire plot summarized everything I dislike about reality TV: manipulative, hateful and hurtful. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #reviewathon #netgalley

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throwmeabook
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Traveling home today. I haven‘t done any reading during this family vacation so I‘m more than happy to have the next 8 hours with this book. Another #netgalleyarc that I also have a print copy of - this one was a Goodreads giveaway win. ✈️📚 #reviewathon

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Skeeterisme
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Pickpick

Hmmmmm.

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JacintaMCarter
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Pickpick

#2019Book55
If you want the scandal and backstabbing of reality television without having to actual watch those women scream at each other, check out this book!

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Madison91
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Pickpick

Housewives meets the final girls. So amazing! Jessica knoll has been added to my list of, is she writes it, I‘ll buy it

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JohannaRose
The Favorite Sister | Jessica Knoll
Bailedbailed

I do not bail on books often but wow this book is just not something I could get into. I really tried but it felt like there wasn‘t really a plot going on, it was more just characters rambling about nonsense. I think that she was trying to have us get to know the characters but dang! I just couldn‘t stick with it anymore.

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JohannaRose
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Okay you guys, I‘m not one to often not finish a book but dang this one is dragging! It has no plot so far! It‘s just rambling on and on and I really don‘t think I‘m going to be able to make it through! Did anyone actually like this book? Should I give up or keep going?

Reagan This was one of my worst reads of the year so far. I finished it (finally) and regret that decision. 6mo
bookaholic1 Good to know 6mo
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JohannaRose
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What are you all up to on this Friday night, Litsy fam?! A nice relaxing bath with a good thriller, my favorite summer bookmark, (it has a dolphin🐬 and mermaid 🧜‍♀️ charm ☺️) and a Lavender bath bomb sound pretty perfect to me! 📖 🍷 🛁 Happy Friday, friends!

SW-T Enjoyed an ice tea and sunset in the yard. Reading 6mo
JohannaRose @SW-T That sounds perfect!👌🏻🌅 6mo
Recommended4Reading A quiet night (yay!) and just picked up The Guest Book from the library. 😁 6mo
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MarkoPDX I had dinner at the Polish Hall, watched a Star Trek rerun, and then did a little reading. 6mo
JohannaRose @Recommended4Reading Quiet nights in are so nice aren‘t they? And I hope you enjoy your book! 😃 6mo
JohannaRose @MarkoPDX That sounds like an awesome Friday night to me! 6mo
Recommended4Reading @JohannaRose yes...yes they are. :) And...(un)fortunately, electricity went out...so...I guess I have to read! tee hee 6mo
JohannaRose @Recommended4Reading Haha! Oh darn! 🤣😉 6mo
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WhatWouldJaneDo
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Pickpick

Very twisty! You'd think this many characters who were lying/hiding things from each other would invest in lock screens for their phones, but plot contrivance pet peeves aside I enjoyed the ride on this one. There's not really anyone to like by the end so if you're not into that this isn't the book for you. I was happy to read a thriller that was actually focused on five women, with nary a sketchy boyfriend or abusive ex-husband in site.

Reagan I do agree that it was nice to have a book that was very female-centric.
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akckitty I really enjoyed Jessica Knolls first novel. I don't feel like I was disappointed by this one either :) 7mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @Reagan-reads yes, I was thinking about it more after writing my post and I could only think of two named male characters (other than people mentioned in flashbacks) and I don't think they ever talked to each other. It was a nice reverse of the norm. 7mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @akckitty I haven't read her first book yet but I want to! I enjoyed this one and I've heard other people say they liked the first one best so it sounds worth checking out. She will probably be on my radar for future releases. 7mo
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Godpants
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Mehso-so

A book about a reality show isn‘t really up my alley, but I was enjoying the cattiness until the book wrapped up.

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Godpants
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I didn‘t love Luckiest Girl Alive, but I enjoy a book where I can shut my brain off for a bit, so I‘m giving this one a try. What are some of your favorite light reads?

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Stacypatrice
The Favorite Sister | Jessica Knoll

“The very idea of motherhood feels like a hangman‘s noise around my neck.”

One of the most relatable quotes I ever came across.

Kloves2read Ditto! 8mo
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Reagan
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Panpan

Well, this is about a group of women on a reality show about young, successful, independent women. It takes place over a season of filming, and of course there is all manner of backstabbing and betrayal, but it just was the longest read ever. I should have bailed. It was way too convoluted, with a whole bunch of very unlikable characters. Yeah, not for me, I‘ll probably skip her next release.

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Hestapleton
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Catching up on reviews today! Jessica Knoll just isn‘t the author for me. I had a really hard time with this one and an even harder time with her first novel. ⭐️⭐️ Full review here: https://bit.ly/2COXaHs

#popsugarreadingchallenge #abooktoldfrommultiplePOVs #netgalley

OriginalCyn620 I didn‘t like her first book either! 11mo
Hestapleton @OriginalCyn620 it took me THREE tries over five years to get through it. So disappointing. 11mo
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ClairesReads
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I really wanted to like this book but ultimately I thought it was NOT GOOD. this novel is based in some feminist concepts which really had potential. Unfortunately, it was just executed poorly. The plot is SLOW and it was super complicated to get all the characters organised in my head at the beginning, nothing really starts to unfold into 330 pages into a 370 page novel, and much of what comes before that is unnecessarily complex.

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Booknerd222
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ClairesReads
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Summer read 👌🏻

MinDea Where do you live that it is Summer? It is winter here in the us 11mo
ClairesReads @MinDea New Zealand 🇳🇿 it‘s mid summer here and totally divine 11mo
MinDea So jealous!!! ☀️ 11mo
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Hestapleton
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Alternating cooking and reading tonight. I‘m prioritizing my reading (and thus, my self care) this year, so that means sneaking in books whenever I can. Reading matters to me and makes me a better, calmer person. So I get my pages in, while I‘m waiting for my jambalaya to boil or for my rice to cook or while I stir. More prioritizing what matters in 2019!

NatalieR Good for you! 💚 11mo
Tamra I have found audio books to be a boon! 😁 11mo
Alfoster That looks yummy!😍 11mo
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Hestapleton
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I‘m cranky as hell today and don‘t really want to go anywhere or do anything today. But there is cooking to be done before some food goes bad and my first small group meeting this afternoon. In protest, I am hiding in my reading nook as long as possible and praying everyone leaves me alone lol.

mommymendes Sounds like me! 11mo
LauraBeth The husband always gets a bee in his bonnet to host small group at our house and I‘m like, “Noooooooooooooooooooo...” 11mo
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LineM
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It took me a little bit to get into this one, but once I was hooked I flew through it. A little funny, very twisted. I‘ll definitely be remembering this one during my next reality binge 😉.

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dstiffler
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Pickpick

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Booknerd222
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I‘ve had this on my TBR shelf for ages, so I‘m finally getting to it

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Lyn-Mara
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Supplies for an all-nighter. 🥛🍪

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Melismatic
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Ok, so here‘s the ☕️— I adore this author. Her first book was easily my most fave thing I‘ve read in a long while, I was so excited for this one and it didn‘t disappoint. If you like backstabbing, suppppper unreliable narrators, and general caustic wit & sarcasm, Jessica Knoll has characters for you. Think Big Little Lies (a lot of ppl claim books are like this, I know but trust) set on a Housewives-Esque reality show. 💋☕️

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Melismatic
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*whistles* That last line. This book is a messy Mean Girls extravaganza, henny. Translation: it‘s getting good.

5 hours deep in #24b4Monday!

Andrew65 😂😂😂 13mo
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Melismatic
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I realize Knoll‘s writing isn‘t everyone‘s cup of tea but her biting style of sarcastic characters is so funny to me. 💋

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Miss_Gilmore
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Bailedbailed

I wanted to read this book for such a long time and was highly disappointed. I tried to get half way through before I bailed but I have other books I rather be reading. The women were jerks and annoying. The cover is pretty though 🤷‍♀️

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Melismatic
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The rest of my book swaps have arrived... including the tagged book which I‘ve coveted since it was released! Thank you @EH2018 (& the three non-Litsy friends who traded for the others stacked)!! My #TBR just keeps getting bigger 😂🤷🏻‍♀️

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Jocelyn73c
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Mehso-so

This was a decent read/listen, but I think I was expecting a bit more. The hype was so intense lol If you like mystery thrillers you would probably enjoy this one.

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Megabooks
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This book has a lot of #truth in it. As a #childlessbychoice woman, I have had a lot of friends try to justify/validate their decision to have kids to me. I‘m all, “whatever, do your thing.” I have found there‘s very little validation for childless women, at least in the South.

Skeebies05 “Oh but you‘d be a great mom” 🙄🙄 I get that one a lot. 1y
Charysselya Yes! Also child free by choice :)! 1y
Megabooks @Skeebies05 Yes 🤬🙄🙄 1y
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Megabooks @Indiefishsteak Ah yes it‘s child free not childless. I always get it wrong. Whoops! 😬😬 1y
TsundokuAleax It is the same up north. It tends to be more of people you know but I am lucky that I don't run into it as often as I did a few years ago. I have friends who deal with all sorts of terrible things said to them. 1y
QuietlyLaura I am also child free by choice. People have made wrong assumptions about me such as I must hate kids or I must be selfish. I‘ve also been made to feel like an outsider because of my choice. 1y
mrsh62010 This is me, one more person validating your child free by choice decision 1y
ericas If you want to cheer up immediately ask a teenager mother what's like to have children :-) The important for me is to be free to choose and never regret the choice whatever it is. 1y
cherinium My child free status was not by choice in the beginning. However, I read this book and came out on the other side feeling as if I had dodged a bullet. 1y
Zelma Mr. Z and I are oddballs here in south Louisiana in choosing not to have kids. People just can‘t wrap their minds around it. The toughest part lately is having less of a social circle and some friends cutting us off because we don‘t fit into their parent lifestyle. It‘s noticeable when friends post their mom group posts online. 🙄😟 1y
Megabooks Has anyone else been relegated to lunch with childed friends? Nights are for family; weekends are for friends with kids. I need a frequent diner card at Panera and Mellow Mushroom. I wish we lived near each other! @Skeebies05 @Indiefishsteak @TsundokuAleax @QuietlyLaura @mrsh62010 @ericas @cherinium @Zelma 1y
Megabooks @ericas I am strangely obsessed with Unexpected on TLC and Teen Mom OG on MTV (now with Bristol Palin 😮😜) 1y
TsundokuAleax @Megabooks I totally get that one. I have a lot of friends who are difficult to see unless they can bring the kids. Or they act like I am terrible if I want to hang out away from the family. But the good part is that those are few and far between.Thankfully I have a number of friends who are child free. 1y
Megabooks @TsundokuAleax yeah, since I‘m not working now, a lot of friends with children want to meet while their kids are in school - lunch, afternoon walks or coffee. Unfortunately, I just moved and all the people I already knew had kids, so I‘m working on the child free friends. Any suggestions on how to meet some? 1y
Zelma @Megabooks Bristol Palin is on Teen Mom? Wow, I am not surprised at all. 🙄😬 1y
Zelma @Megabooks @TsundokuAleax I‘ve had a slightly different experience. I tried to stay friends with everyone I knew with kids, working around their schedules in weird, inconvenient ways. End result has been most of our acquaintances drifting away from us as we have less in common or don‘t fit it their parent groups. The families we‘re still close to make it work and we do dinner/game nights, albeit usually at their house when the kids go to to bed! 1y
Megabooks @Zelma That‘s another difference is that I don‘t have a spouse/partner, so that‘s made it extra difficult to stay friends with couples. People really don‘t know where to stick you when you have no spouse or kid! 1y
Zelma @Megabooks I imagine that‘s even tougher. I‘m lucky in that I have a lot of child free friends (single and couples) and that was also the case when I was single. I definitely cultivate those relationships when I find them, but it is challenging not to fit into society‘s narrow classifications. I also seek friendships with people who have adult children. 1y
QuietlyLaura @Zelma @Megabooks It is nice to find others who understand that we aren‘t bad people because we chose to be child free. It‘s also hard to find people who read! At least there is Litsy! ☺️ 1y
TsundokuAleax @Megabooks Honestly the single part is harder than the child free. People have stopped inviting me places or trying to hang out because...reasons. There are never any mentioned or given, it just slowly happens. That is probably the hardest part. And I will say it is different as a female than it is for males. I know single guys who still hang out with those people no problem. 1y
Megabooks @Zelma yes, society so promotes like with like. I‘m finally getting to the age that someone with an adult child would see me as a peer. (38) Again, going far outside my age range is more difficult since I just moved back to my hometown and everyone still sees me as high school Meg. Although strangely I‘ve made friends with my mom‘s friends (67-80) and sub in her bridge group. 1y
Megabooks @TsundokuAleax I really think they think you‘re going to steal their husband/partner. But most of my married girlfriends I have to find time to hang out with alone. 1y
Megabooks @QuietlyLaura @Zelma 🥂 cheers 🥂 to people who understand (and good books) 1y
TsundokuAleax @Megabooks Yeah, I had to explain this the guy who still hangs with everyone. He was baffled by it completely. The funny part is that I identify as demi so their partners are in no danger from me. 1y
Megabooks @TsundokuAleax I‘m gray-a, so similar here. I haven‘t been in a relationship in over 10 years. 1y
TsundokuAleax @Megabooks Ah, the joys of not fitting the narrative. 1y
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WellReadCatLady
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This novel is a bit different than Knoll's debut, but still focuses on complex women having moments of being likable and unlikable moments. It is a psychological thriller and falls into the unreliable narrator because the characters are millennial women who are on a reality tv show that is suppose to show empowered women, but succumbs to typical reality tv drama with including finding out who killed one of the women vs how it‘s portrayed for tv.

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Elma
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CoffeeNBooks I recently read The Inexplicable Logic of My Life- I thought it was really good! 1y
Elma @CoffeeNBooks I didn't know about it until I saw it at the library, but I really enjoyed his last book. Glad to hear this one is good. 1y
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WellReadCatLady
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100 pages in and loving this book!

BarbaraJean Love those socks! 1y
WellReadCatLady @BarbaraJean thanks! They are advertises as the most comfortable socks and they def live up to the claim 1y
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JennyM
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24 | #ABBAInAugust

I was a good #soldiers and got through this one, but it was awful. Horrible nasty characters that just left me 😤. A very hard pass from me.

Meredith3 ☔️ 1y
JennyM @Meredith3 more like a 💩 ⛈ 1y
emilyhaldi Lolol 😂👆🏻 1y
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Reviewsbylola 😂😂😂 I am pretty good at bailing but there‘s always that stray stinker that sneaks in there. 😂 1y
Mdargusch Too bad. You didn‘t bail 1y
Cathythoughts Oh dear 😱. At least it‘s over ... maybe a treat of a new book to make up for this one ???! (edited) 1y
Cinfhen This book was terrible!!!! It was a total sell out 🤬🤬🤬 1y
JennyM @Cinfhen it really made me mad. I feel like the author was trying to make a point about fake news and feminist issues... but she just completely missed the point. Not good!!! (edited) 1y
Cinfhen Did you read her first book? It wasn‘t much better 1y
MicheleinPhilly @Cinfhen That book was just 🙄. 1y
Cinfhen I enjoyed all the local Main Line references @MicheleinPhilly but otherwise that book was 😖😨😫 1y
Tashreads Oh I hated this too!! They were all despicable. I kinda wish I DNF‘d it and saved those few hours for something worthwhile. 1y
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mac_kris
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It‘s a dangerous thing to conflate feminism with liking all women. It limits women to being one thing, likable, when feminism is about allowing women to be all shades of all things, even if that thing is a snake oil saleswoman.

DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚🎉Hope you enjoy it here. And check out @LitsyWelcomeWagon to get more connected--there are links to good tips for navigating Litsy in the profile.👍 1y
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Jeanne_S
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Bailedbailed

Couldn‘t figure out what it was about.

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CorganMooney
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Mehso-so

It took me a minute to get into this book. I was kind of bored in the beginning, but the ending saved the book.

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LittleRedReadingHood
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"It's dangerous at the top."

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JacqMac
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I know this has mixed reviews. I really liked it. It took awhile to get into, but once I was in I couldn‘t put it down. Sure the characters are really hateful, but that‘s the point. It‘s like a whole season of Real Housewives in one book. It‘s juicy. #reversereadathon @DeweysReadathon

akckitty I just picked this up the other day. I loved Luckiest Girl Alive by her as well so I‘m so excited to see what this one offers! :D 1y
Megabooks I‘m glad to see someone I trust liking this. I just got it from the library. Most of my trusted Littens gave it a so-so. I guess I‘ll just have to see. 1y
JacqMac @Megabooks Awww I hope you like it. 1y
Megabooks @JacqMac I started it today and am really enjoying Brett‘s chapters. Stephanie‘s are just okay....so far. 1y
JacqMac @Megabooks Brett was my favourite. 1y
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JacqMac
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Moved outside. It‘s a lovely day. And inside is too distracting. Maybe I‘ll finally get this one finished. #reversereadathon @DeweysReadathon

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Aubrieoakley
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Picked up this GEM today on a trip to B&N with my bestie @lalogan !! Excited for this to be apart of my crazy buying books every weekend addiction (thanks Lauren). Also for this to be on my list of those to read (it was 50% off, you‘re welcome 😏😏). I am really into dark & twisty thrillers lately... actually since forever, but that‘s ok 🙆🏼‍♀️! Has anyone read this one yet? ... Any other thriller type recommendations????

lalogan This one sounds so good! And you‘re welcome for the book addition. Welcome to my world. It doesn‘t get any better lol. 1y
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BookaholicNatty
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I saw this in the bookshop!!! I didn‘t realize she had another novel beside Luckiest Girl Alive. Has anyone read this?

Jess7 Yep! II‘ve read about half of it 1y
JacqMac I‘m about 2/3 of the way through. It‘s very Real Housewives. I‘m loving it. 1y
Bookladylinda Not yet. 1y
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JacqMac
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Taking this one to bed. I know it doesn‘t have the best reviews, but I‘m a big Real Housewives fan, so I have some hope. I‘m also loving this #ReverseReadathon. 6pm was a great start time. @DeweysReadathon

tammysue Been wanting to read this.. interested in seeing what you think.. 1y
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Tashreads
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Day 28| #heatofjuly

With shallow, mean, jealous and quite frankly disgusting characters - honey #sheaintworthit.

BarbaraBB That‘s always good to know! 1y
Cinfhen Yea!! I pretty much HATED this book😫 1y
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JennyM
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Lots of mixed reviews about this one, so we shall see...

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akckitty
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Oops I went to Barnes & Noble 😬

I am most excited for the Favorite Sister!! Jessica Knoll‘s other book “The Luckiest Girl Alive” is on my list of top favorite books so I‘m looking forward to this addition!

#Blameitonlitsy for the book “When Dimple Met Rishi”

A Stranger in the House will be great as I enjoyed Shari Lapena‘s “The Couple Next Door”

But first... to tackle the books I got at the library! #TBR Struggles

Eggs The Widow!!! Let us know what you think of the Jessica Knoll 1y
BrittanyReads Great picks!! 1y
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akckitty @laurenlovesliterature thanks! it has been on my TBR list for awhile. It definitely looks good. @Eggs have you read the widow?? I will keep all updated on Jessica Knolls new book. I enjoyed her last one so we‘ll see! 😊 1y
akckitty @BBL4nkensh1p thanks! I‘m excited to get through em! :) 1y
SilversReviews The Widow was good. 1y
Eggs I have read Widow, it was good 1y
CaramelLunacy I have heard such good things about Dimple! 1y
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BookishTrish
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Taught a class on how to get photos off your iPad in the morning and did an SRC bridge building program this afternoon. Should be out for an #audiowalk but is #audiobus for this tired librarian

Bette I need to take your class! 1y
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BookishTrish
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I feel like this book is going to be mean spirited. Am I wrong?

Cinfhen It was a shit show! Confusing narrative and dumb plot~ really disappointing 😞 1y
RebelReader @Cinfhen 🤣🤣 Thanks girl for saving me from a bad purchase. I didn‘t like her first one, but was thinking about giving her another chance...now I won‘t! 1y
Reggie I feel like her last one was mean spirited until she told you why it was mean spirited. Hang in there, maybe? 1y
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