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The Orphan of Salt Winds
The Orphan of Salt Winds | Elizabeth Brooks
England, 1939. Ten-year-old Virginia Wrathmell arrives at Salt Winds, a secluded house on the edge of a marsh, to meet her adoptive parents--practical, dependable Clem and glamorous, mercurial Lorna. The marsh, with its deceptive tides, is a beautiful but threatening place. Virginia's new parents' marriage is full of secrets and tensions she doesn't quite understand, and their wealthy neighbor, Max Deering, drops by too often, taking an unwholesome interest in the family's affairs. Only Clem offers a true sense of home. War feels far away among the birds and shifting sands--until the day a German fighter plane crashes into the marsh, and Clem ventures out to rescue the airman. What happens next sets into motion a crime so devastating it will haunt Virginia for the rest of her life. Seventy-five years later, she finds herself drawn back to the marsh, and to a teenage girl who appears there, nearly frozen and burdened by her own secrets. In her, Virginia might have a chance at retribution and a way to right a grave mistake she made as a child. Elizabeth Brooks's gripping debut mirrors its marshy landscape--full of twists and turns and moored in a tangle of family secrets. A gothic, psychological mystery and atmospheric coming-of-age story, The Orphan of Salt Winds is the portrait of a woman haunted by the place she calls home.
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Kappadeemom
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Reading this one today!

tpixie Lovely cover! Enjoy the beach! Which beach? 3y
Kappadeemom @tpixie Maderia Beach, Fl (a little north of St Pete) 💙💙 3y
tpixie Lovely! We were on Treasure Island in 2018 Great area! 3y
tpixie Loved Fort Meyers Beach, also. Stayed at a best Western there right on the beach decent prices it was great. 3y
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I‘m so excited about the list I received from @monalyisha for #NewYearWhoDis! I‘ve been meaning to read the tagged book for absolutely forever, and several of the others have been languishing on my TBR and this is the perfect chance to move them to the top. There were others as well that I‘m hoping to get to later in the year—I‘m so spoiled for choice!! Can‘t wait until January!! 📚📚📚

Emilymdxn Some great books on here! 3y
TheLibrarian The Orphan of Salt Winds is so good!! 3y
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MoonWitch94
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Wow. This one surprised me. Eloquently written, reminiscently gothic, and haunting. Definitely illustrated the impact of childhood trauma throughout one‘s life. Although the ending fell flat for me, and I was able to figure out a few plot points relatively early on, I really enjoyed this novel. It was a short, fastball that held my attention & broke my reading slump.

monalyisha Hooray! I think you might know that I loved this one! Most of my reading group wasn't impressed so I'm glad you're on my team. Haha. ;) 3y
MoonWitch94 @monalyisha Yes! I totally see why they didn‘t enjoy it, HOWEVER, I think there are way more positive things about it than negative. I feel like we are some of the only ones who feel this way, hahaha. I do wish she had kept the title “Call of the Curlew”. I like that so much better. What do you think?? 3y
monalyisha @MoonWitch93 I like both titles! “Call of the Curlew” has nice alliteration & feels classic, like something written by Jack London or Poe...but “The Orphan of Salt Winds” drew me in with a hint that it‘d be a setting I‘d dig. 🌊🌬 3y
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MoonWitch94
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It has been an exhausting few weeks, and now I need a #selfcareday. I have my #pumpkincoffee and my book. My phone is on #donotdisturb & I‘m all good. Thank you, @nu-bibliophile for giving me this one in my #mysterymessageswap box. #litsyselfcare

KarouBlue Enjoy! I hear this one‘s good! 3y
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Texreader
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Happy to add this book for #letterO in my #litsyatoz records. Three books to go, two of which I‘m reading now.

Sapphire What notebook are you using to record? I like that layout. 4y
Stormborn1992 I'm also really interested in that layout! 4y
Texreader @Sapphire @Stormborn1992 This is the index to the Moleskin Book Journal. Check out the follow-up post with a photo of the pages in the book 4y
Stormborn1992 @Texreader Thank you so much, that is awesome!!! 4y
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Texreader
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This story is told from the perspective of a newly adopted girl in WWII and the same person when she is 80-something living at Salt Winds. It‘s a somewhat slow, moody read about a tragedy the girl witnessed and its affect on her as she nears death, but its well written and good enough to keep your interest to the end. She‘s a flawed character making bad decisions at both ages, which is frustrating but necessary to the story. 3-1/2 stars

Mindyrecycles Beautiful cover 4y
Crazeedi Sounds good, I'm putting in my books to read journal! 4y
Texreader @Crazeedi I liked it! Hope you do too! 4y
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Texreader
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Love this description of snow.

“It‘s started snowing again. It‘s too dark to see anything through the indigo window—and anyway their reflections are in the way—but Virginia senses it all the same. There‘s a prickly silence that comes with snowfall, and it‘s more than just absence of sound. It‘s heavy. If you put that silence on the kitchen scales, they‘d tilt with a loud clang.”

GingerAntics That is a PERFECT description of snow. 💙💙💙 4y
Texreader @GingerAntics I know, right? There were some very nice descriptions in this book. Not overdone either. 4y
GingerAntics Oh, I do love when you can get good descriptions and they‘ve managed to not go overboard with it. 4y
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Texreader
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““Ready?” Lorna whispered, taking the weapon back and crooking her finger around the trigger. Virginia nodded, caught halfway between gratitude and mild resentment. This wasn‘t the sort of thing proper mothers got up to with their daughters. On the other hand, it was exciting.”

Then I guess my mom wasn‘t proper! Ha! We were an intrepid bunch growing up in Texas. I learned at a very young age gun safety and how to shoot a rifle. It was exciting!

Crazeedi Everyone should learn from an early age 4y
GingerAntics I think gun safety is the key. When that gets left out (and people trying to tell them to teach their kids how to safely use guns instead of letting them play with them gets met with accusations of their second amendment rights being violated) bad things happen. I think every kid should learn gun safety, even if there are no guns in their homes. Guns are out there. We should know how to be safe with them. (edited) 4y
Texreader @Crazeedi Absolutely 4y
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Texreader
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This is the #letterO book I picked to read while on vacation for #litsyatoz. It‘s very good so far.

Cathythoughts Beautiful cover 4y
Texreader @Cathythoughts It is! And a good story so far!! 4y
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MirrorMask
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Mehso-so

“There were still a few veils of mist drifting over the ground, but wherever they parted she glimpsed streaks of gold, which must have been water but looked like pure light.”

Alright, let me explain why I think this book is only so-so. It‘s beautifully written and the imagery is wonderful, but I have an issue with the main character. Continued in comments....

MirrorMask The protagonist is Virginia, an orphan that comes to stay at Salt Winds during WWII. The book is from her perspective when she was a little girl ages 10-12 and as an old woman in 2015. Generally, the age of the protagonist has no bearing on weather I enjoy a book or not, but had the book been told from Lorna‘s perspective I would have loved it even more.
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MirrorMask I had the same problem with Atonement, both children let their jealousy, vindictiveness, and naivety monumentally alter the course of someone‘s life. 4y
monalyisha That‘s fair! Virginia was a tricky narrator, for sure! (She was the right protagonist for me, though.) 4y
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MirrorMask @monalyisha I still haven't heard anything from @Elma (I even messaged her on Facebook). I hope she's okay, but I think I'm just going to send this book back to @TheLibrarian 4y
TheLibrarian @MirrorMask Thanks for trying to contact her and hopefully nothing is wrong. I still haven‘t received the next book but will let you know if I do. @monalyisha @Elma 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask @TheLibrarian I think that‘s a good call. What a bummer! I hope she‘s okay, too! ( @suvata Any additional thoughts?) (edited) 4y
monalyisha P.S. @MirrorMask Unrelatedly, what app did you use for your image? I love that the background is just the blurred image/colors of the cover. 4y
MirrorMask @monalyisha Collage Maker it's a free app. 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask Cool, thanks! 4y
MirrorMask @monalyisha @TheLibrarian I heard back from @Elma she has just sent out the first book to @TheLibrarian and she will send out the second one once she gets a chance to read it. So, I will go ahead and send the book I have to her. I stocked up on sugar free chocolate so I'm really glad I can send the rest to her as I don't know anyone who likes it. 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask Perfect! How do you feel about the possibility of this next book being sent to you late? If you'd really rather have it on-time, don't be shy about saying so! But I just started grad school after having been absent from the academic world for 10 years; I'm kind-of nervous about getting my assignments done. Since it started on Monday, I've neglected reading “for fun.“ If I can avoid feeling pressured to finish “Melmoth,“ it would help. 4y
MirrorMask @monalyisha Send it whenever you can, I don't mind!!! I have plenty of reading to catch up on. Happy studying!!! 🤗 4y
TheLibrarian @monalyisha @MirrorMask @Elma Got The next book! I‘ll be late sending it out but will get to it as soon as I can. 4y
monalyisha The next book is FINALLY on its way to you! It should arrive Saturday. 🙏🏻 4y
MirrorMask @monalyisha I got the book!!! Thanks 4y
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MirrorMask
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I just wanted to check-in with my fellow #LMPBCnC -ers and make sure we all got our next book.

@Elma @TheLibrarian @monalyisha

#LMPBC

MirrorMask I've sent an email to @Elma so hopefully I'll hear something soon. 4y
monalyisha I haven‘t yet started mine — but I received it & I just finished a book today, so I‘ll likely start it tonight. I‘m a little bit reluctant, though, as I saw that @TheLibrarian struggled with it. Wish me luck! 4y
TheLibrarian @MirrorMask @monalyisha @Elma I haven‘t received my next book yet. 4y
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bookandcat Ooh I just bought this at Indie bookstore day! I hope it's good 4y
MirrorMask @bookandcat I'm really enjoying it so far 4y
MirrorMask @monalyisha Good Luck!! 4y
MirrorMask @TheLibrarian That's my main concern. I don't know if @Elma got the first book, so you won't be receiving one and I just sent a second book to the same address. I really hope she emails me back. 4y
monalyisha @MIrrorMask @TheLibrarian I'm sure we could reach out to @suvata if need be, as well! 4y
monalyisha The book I received does have comments from both @TheLibrarian & @Elma! (It started with the latter, then went to the former, then to me). It‘s neat to see two colors of notes in there! #newbie #easilyimpressed 4y
TheLibrarian @MirrorMask Any luck hearing back yet? 4y
MirrorMask @TheLibrarian I haven't heard anything. I uesd the email she put down when she signed up, so I don't know how often she checks it. 4y
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monalyisha
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Mailing packages & taking names!

@MirrorMask Your #LMPBC #LMPBCnC package should arrive to you on Thursday, May 9th. Sorry I‘m tardy! #procrastinatorsunitetomorrow

P.S. This mural on the side of my local post office is really amazing, & someone graffitied over parts of it with not-so-amazing art. It‘s a super-bummer. At least my favorite section was high enough up to survive!

MirrorMask Yay!!! I can't wait to read it!! 4y
MirrorMask Your package arrived today!!! @Elma I sent your package out today. 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask cool! The postal service was early even though I was late. It all evens out, kinda. ✌🏻 4y
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rmaclean4
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April Wrap up!

The Fifth Season: N.K. Jemisin 4.5 🌟

The Orphan of Salt Wind: Elizabeth Brooks 4 🌟

The Obelisk Gate: N. K. Jemisin 4 🌟

Everything Under: Daisy Johnson 3.5 🌟

The Other Americans: Laila Lalami 2.5 🌟

Heart Berries: Terese Marie Maihot 3.5 🌟

All Quiet on the Western Front: Remarque 5 🌟

The Incendiaries: R. O. Kwon 3 🌟

6 audio and 2 print

1 classic 1 nonfiction and 2 Si/Fi

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Nicely done! 📖💖 4y
TheSpineView Good job! 👏 4y
rmaclean4 @TheSpineView thanks! What was your top read of April? 4y
rmaclean4 @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego have a book you would recommend from your April reads? 4y
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atla
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Picked this up from my local bookshop for #IndependentBookstoreDay. I just love love love the cover and I can‘t wait to dive in.
#indiebookstoreday #readbetweenthelynes #shoplocal

rmaclean4 I really enjoyed this!! 4y
atla @rmaclean4 I started reading it tonight, and I‘m loving it so far :). And I‘m a sucker for a beautiful cover. 4y
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bookandcat
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Celebrated #indiebookstoreday at #watchungbooksellers in Montclair #NJ ! They even had some blind date books 😁😁 #bookhaul #bookstores #indie
My two books I picked out myself were The Orphan of Salt Wind (compared to Jane Eyre) and The Girl Who Never Read Noam Chomsky! The others were blind date books.

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Texreader
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This offer available today through BookBub.

tpixie Thx 4y
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monalyisha
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I don‘t want to oversell this...but I don‘t think I *could* oversell it. It‘s kind-of like if “Anne of Green Gables” went horribly, horribly wrong. @MirrorMask you‘re in for a treat (& I don‘t just mean the chocolate). I‘m planning to mail it out to you sometime this week! I‘ll tag you when I do.

#LMPBC #LitsyMarkupPostalBookClub
#LMPBCnC #LitsyMarkUpPostalBookClubNChocolate

Bklover I love your description! 4y
Crazeedi Sounds good! 4y
TheLibrarian So glad you enjoyed it!! 4y
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MirrorMask I'm really excited to read this now. 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask I keep forgetting to grab this on my way to work so I can mail it on my lunch break. Hoping to remember tomorrow! 🤦‍♀️ 4y
TheLibrarian @monalyisha The next book got mailed this past Monday so hopefully you‘ll get it soon! 4y
monalyisha Hi @TheLibrarian! I just got it a day or maybe two days ago. Thank you! I‘ve been so busy/sleep-deprived from my whirlwind Colorado visit that I forgot to post! 4y
TheLibrarian @monalyisha No worries and so glad you got it! They asked for an apt number so I was worried it wouldn‘t arrive. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 4y
monalyisha @TheLibrarian Technically, I guess we‘re 2S but we never use the apt #/it‘s not even on our licenses. 4y
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monalyisha
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When the epigraph‘s this good, there‘s no way the book can be bad. Right?

#LMPBC #LMPBCnC

rmaclean4 I really enjoyed it! Hope you do as well. 4y
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monalyisha
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My pencil is freshly-sharpened & I‘m ready to begin!

#LMPBCnC #LMPBC

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monalyisha
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Oh, hi @TheLibrarian 👋🏻! My book for #LMPBC #LMPBCnC arrived today! We‘re on the way out the door for a walk in the sunshine/some beers/some lunch but it‘s perfect timing, as I just finished a book!

Excited to read your thoughts! ✨🔮

monalyisha @MirrorMask @Elma How‘re you guys doing? 4y
TheLibrarian Hooray!! I didn‘t write too many notes because the whole idea of writing in books is horrifying but I‘m trying to get over that. 4y
monalyisha @TheLibrarian Haha. I was an English major & our professors really encouraged us to mark up the text. So, that‘s not a particular hurdle I have to struggle over. It‘s not a practice I‘ve kept up, though, since I usually borrow library books. So I‘m kind-of thrilled. 😉 I like to see it as: a book changes *you.* It only makes sense to change it right back — at least a bit. A reciprocal relationship. 4y
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monalyisha @suvata Do you want to be tagged in all #LMPBC-related posts or not particularly? 😆 4y
suvata @monalyisha You don‘t have to. I usually find them all by following the #LMPBC hashtag. (edited) 4y
monalyisha @suvata Perfect! ✨ 4y
MirrorMask I got your book on Friday @monalyisha and I'm sending my book to @Elma tomorrow. @TheLibrarian I didn't mark up my book too much. 4y
monalyisha @MirrorMask Cool. 😎 4y
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rmaclean4
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Enjoyed the suspense of this historical novel set in England during WWII. Told in alternating chapters from the protagonists p.o.v at a 12 year old and a 70 year old. It had a haunting and Gothic feel.

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TheLibrarian
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Pickpick

I can‘t say much because it‘s part of my #LMPBC but I really enjoyed this well-written book.

Told in alternating chapters (2015 and 139/1940s), this story is about Virginia, a woman haunted by her past and the place she calls home.

TheLibrarian @monalyisha I mailed the book to you today so hopefully you will get it soon. 4y
monalyisha @TheLibrarian Do you have an ETA for the book? I‘m not jonesing for it or anything (I have plenty to read, OF COURSE 💁‍♀️) but should I be concerned that it hasn‘t arrived yet or is that okay/expected? 4y
TheLibrarian @monalyisha My husband said the eta should be the 6th. But I can get the receipt from his car to double check. 4y
monalyisha @TheLibrarian That‘s okay! It‘s not the 6th yet. That‘s good enough for me! 🙌🏻 4y
monalyisha ( @TheLibrarian Packages just sometimes get stolen in my neighborhood. And there‘s been a rash of car break-ins recently, too. That‘s city livin‘, I guess. 😣 So, I wanted to make sure none of that was the case.) (edited) 4y
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TheLibrarian
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Good morning!! I‘m getting a start on my #LMPBC read this morning along with coffee and a banana chocolate chip muffin.

monalyisha Excited for this one! 💜 4y
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rmaclean4
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Just spent a great weekend in Louisville KY. Got to visit one of my favorite bookstores.

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Smangela
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Getting ready to pick a new read off my kindle but first I HAD TO CLEAN IT UP.

When I first got it, I just downloaded any free ebook I found. I‘ve never read them and I realized the amount of unwanted books on it keeps me from turning it on, so time to konmari my kindle.

OH. AND PLEASE READ THIS BOOK 😭 SO GOOD.

monalyisha SO GOOD. 4y
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MrsBibliophile
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Mehso-so

This is the second book that's left me feeling sort of blah. I was really hoping for a fairytale ending here. I enjoyed this story, though some parts made me very nervous. I will say that it kept me very engaged and entertained.
📖📚📖📚📖📚📖
Happy Reading!

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HeatherBlue
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I adore my local library ❤️

rather_be_reading love it!! 4y
monalyisha Was the tagged book one of these? I would NEVER have guessed. 🤔 4y
HeatherBlue @monalyisha nope haha that was just the book I was reading at the time. 4y
monalyisha @HeatherBlue Okay! Got it. That makes way more sense! 4y
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HeatherBlue
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Loving this introductory quote!

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Twocougs
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Pickpick

Lovely story,sucked me in and I read it in one day. Beautifully written. Just what I needed.

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RebeccaH
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I started this one last night and dm now thoroughly absorbed. It‘s out Jan. 15th.

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Litpixie
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Mehso-so

I wanted to like this book. Virginia isn't a likable character and since the story is told through her there's a lot that the reader understands that she doesn't. I found Lorna a far more interesting character. I would have loved to perhaps have seen the book told through noth both women's eyes.

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HotCocoaReads
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This was such an interesting book! It was so atmospheric and you could feel the impending doom from the very first page. I loved the way the story unfolded and the alternating chapters between the current Virginia and her childhood. And the creaking old house was probably my very favorite character!

My only complaint is that it didn't seem very British. Maybe things were changed for the American audience, but the dialogue felt American.

BookBabe Sounds charming —and what a fabulous photo! 4y
HotCocoaReads @BookBabe Thank you—it was a good one! 4y
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oddandbookish
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Great setting and villain, but the story left much to be desired. Full review is on my blog.

BookishTrish I‘m really curious about this one. 4y
oddandbookish @BookishTrish I say give it a shot. It‘s a quick read so it shouldn‘t take too much of your time. 4y
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Litpixie
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Starting paperback December. I received this a few weeks ago and it seems interesting. A blustery day today and tomorrow it's supposed to be cold and snowy. A perfect weekend to read.

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Callemarie
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This really was a beautiful story with a gothic undertone. Virginia is a 10 year old girl adopted during WWII in England and is brought home to parents that have struggles of their own. Virginia overhears whispered arguments and a creepy neighbor always seems to appear, putting Clem on edge.
This book goes back and forth between 1940-1941 and 2015. Overall I gave 4.5 ⭐ I thought it was wonderful and sad all filled into one.

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Callemarie
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This book is starting to get good. I just want to read it instead of work

RadicalReader @Callemarie gorgeous bookmark 4y
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Callemarie
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My dogs will not allow me to enjoy the cozy fire and quietness of the cold fall morning. But I've spent the past half hour scrolling through litsy posts. Sometimes it's a comforting feeling just to see what everyone is reading and that there is a social media platform where im not reading every two seconds about politics and the fact that the world is such a mess right now. Love you guys xoxo ✌

keithmalek I usually read about politics and how the world is messed up right now, and then post it on Litsy. 4y
keithmalek Cute doggie though. 4y
Bookgirl @Callemarie I agree! Litsy is a breath or fresh air! 4y
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TheSpineView I so agree! I love this book community and everyone is so supportive!❤ 4y
BethM I'm pretty sure I could live without social mediA as long as I have Litsy. Adorable pups! 4y
DimeryRene I love Litsy so much! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 4y
Callemarie @BethM girl you and me both! 4y
CouronneDhiver 😘😘 4y
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Callemarie
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Not the greatest angle for me but this pic of moose pretty much sums up our week in an attempt to get ready for the craziness that is about to ensue. I have been quiet but im working on finishing a few books I will be reviewing. I hope this week is filled with joy, family, laughter and lots and lots of full tummies. Xoxo

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Callemarie
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Starting this #arc today. What you dont see is a sleepy lab laying underneath this book 😂

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Callemarie
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After a very tragic end to the week I came home to some book mail. What a wonderful thing. I was lucky to get an ARC of The Orphan of Salt Winds from tinhouse and also got some awesomw stuff (as usual) from the one and only @Mommamanzi (won't lie the popcorn may already be half eaten) thank you for the wonderful little gifts. And to all my litten friends. If you're every feeling down just know you have a community that's there for you (see below)

Callemarie And it's not embarrassing to ask for help. Just know you're never alone. I'm a big supporter of mental health treatment and I just hope everyone one day believes that's it's okay to get help. And once again... you're never alone. Love you guys. Xoxo 4y
BethM Hugs. 4y
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Litpixie
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It's a good cold day with drizzle and the tease of snow in a few days. Received this beauty today from Tin House. Can't wait to read it. I love the magazine and the fiction has stayed with me through the years.

HotCocoaReads Love the cover! 4y
Litpixie It's perfect for the weather we have for the week. 4y
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