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Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead
Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead: A Novel | Olga Tokarczuk
An ingenious variation on murder noir, set in motion by a string of bizarre deaths in an isolated village, from a Man Booker International Prize-winning author and National Book Award finalist. In a remote Polish village, Janina devotes the long, dark winter days to studying astrology, translating the poetry of William Blake, and serving as caretaker for the summer homes of wealthy Warsaw residents. Her reputation as a crank and a recluse is only amplified by her not-so-secret preference for the company of animals over humans. She's devastated when her two beloved dogs disappear. Then her neighbor, Bigfoot, turns up dead. As corpses pile up in increasingly strange circumstances, Janina inserts herself into the investigation, certain that she knows whodunit. If only anyone would pay her mind . . . A deeply satisfying and inventive thriller-cum-fairy tale from one of Europe's "major humanist writers" (The Guardian), Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead is a provocative exploration of the tug between sanity and madness, justice and tradition, autonomy and fate. Whom do we deem sane? it asks. Who is worthy of a voice?
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Therewillbebooks
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Pickpick

This is one of my favorite books of the year so far. We review it in our latest episode but please, be mindful of the spoiler mark and don't listen beyond it if you haven't read the book!

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7qQpVHzUPla0EMf7m1CZrj?si=K-1pO74iT62yc8lt7AVKe...

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Ididsoidid
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Pickpick

Evocative, intriguing, dark and really quite funny. I found the story of Janina investigating the strange deaths of her neighbours both fun and thought provoking. 8/10

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ChaoticMissAdventures
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A bit early on #tbt because tomorrow is going to be a mess of a day

I really enjoyed this dark winter read. It isn't often we are gifted with older women as the main character in a book that isn't just silly. And I really appreciated that in this book. I also just loved the writing and how things twisted and turned, to the point where you are not totally sure who to trust. So well done, perfect winter read.

Billypar I enjoyed this one so much. I thought Tokarczuk revealed the murderer gradually, which allowed her to add some playful, dark humor that made it really unique among mysteries, along with what you pointed out about the protagonist's age and lack of stereotyping. 2mo
BarbaraBB This is a favorite of mine too! I‘ll surely will use it for a #TBT as well! 2mo
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janeycanuck
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Pickpick

Well, I can see why Tokarczuk won a Nobel prize. This is so different than any other mystery I've read in the past, it's weird and dark and misleading and weird and frustrating and unsettling and weird...

Librarybelle Such a great description of the book! I loved it, but so different from other mysteries indeed. 2mo
Julsmarshall I felt the same way! 2mo
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janeycanuck
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September was not a great reading month for me. Will October be better? I doubt it. But I‘m gonna try with this #OctoberTBR.

SamAnne Empire of Wild is on my TBR October list! 4mo
BkClubCare Olive Kitteridge!! I just bought a copy so I can reread it. 4mo
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Bookwomble
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Mehso-so

3⭐ as I did enjoy reading the book, but I don't really get the attraction that most reviewers express towards the MC, who I found unlikeable and unsympathetic through most of the story. While I did feel sorry for her, I don't think my emotional response was what the author intended, as after the initial couple of chapters I didn't feel she was the lovable eccentric being presented. The 'twist' became obvious, and I found the end unsatisfying.

jlhammar I haven't read any Tokarczuk yet, but am planning to attempt The Books of Jacob in the new year. The page count is a tad intimidating! 4mo
Bookwomble @jlhammar This is my first by her, and it's very well written. I'm not disinclined to read another of her books. Don't be put off by my criticisms of this one, as I'm clearly in a minority 🙂 4mo
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Bookwomble
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"I knew what books she liked...gloomy horror stories, Gothic novels with crumpled covers featuring a drawing of a Bat. Perverted monks, severed hands that murder people, coffins flushed out of graveyards by floods. Evidently reading this sort of thing confirmed her in the conviction that we are not living in the worst of worlds, and taught her optimism."

LeahBergen Who DOESN‘T like books like that? 😆 4mo
vivastory @LeahBergen As always, you speak the truth! 😂 4mo
LeahBergen @vivastory 😆😆 4mo
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Therewillbebooks
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Maybe it was the terrible Kombucha or the 20 plus books that were nominated, but we went a little long this episode! Join us as we discuss the most nominations we ever had for a book club month and end up with two excellent additions to our TBR. Enjoy!

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3eBZy6RfoaUcqKgLQ4JIQr

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Bookwomble
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Possibly the least inspiring book cover imaginable, though I do like the shade of blue, so... 💙
Selected a new bookmark, though the colour isn't a close match. Is it weird that this sightly bothers me? 🤔

BarbaraBB I would be disappointed too. The content makes up for it though 💙 4mo
erzascarletbookgasm It‘s a good read 👍 4mo
StellaB I agree the content makes up for it, one of my favourite books in the last few years. Enjoy! 4mo
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Graywacke Beautiful bookmark 🙂 4mo
Bookwomble @BarbaraBB @erzascarletbookgasm @StellaB I've been meaning to read it for a while, so good to hear that it's well regarded 🙂 The William Blake connection was the main lure for me. 4mo
Bookwomble @Graywacke Thanks 😊🔖I picked it up for the colour, as the seabird motif doesn't match the book's theme, though to be fair I'd probably struggle to find one with a plough in a graveyard🪦 4mo
LeahBergen Love the bookmark! These leather ones are my old standby and it feels weird when I use anything else. 😆 4mo
Bookwomble Brady Bookmarks are the best! I have a few random paper and plastic bookmarks, but when one visiting anywhere, it's Brady's I'm looking for! (This message brought to you by R.C. Brady, "simply the best leather bookmarks in the world!" ??) 4mo
Bookwomble @LeahBergen Helps to tag! 😁 4mo
LeahBergen 🤣🤣 Your enthusiasm rivals my own! 4mo
vivastory I know a lot of people dislike Fitzcarraldo covers bc of how bland they can appear but as blue is my favorite color I definitely have a fondness. Echoing others that the contents make up for it. Definitely a favorite! 4mo
Bookwomble @vivastory It's actual growing on me. I think they could do something with the font, though. 4mo
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Rissreads
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It‘s so refreshing to have an eccentric middle aged woman as the main character of a story. Janina lives alone in the woods, observes life through astrology and cares deeply for the animals in her world. Her antics made me smile often, especially her letters to the police. This is an unusual murder mystery novel.

Bklover This sounds very intriguing (as a woman of many decades!) 6mo
BarbaraBB I loved this book! And afterwards I read another great one which somehow reminded me of it (edited) 6mo
Rissreads @BarbaraBB I‘ve had that one on my TBR list for awhile. I loved My year of rest and relaxation. I might just bump it up! 6mo
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ChaoticMissAdventures
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I skipped #LetterD of #alphabetgame because I got distracted by E!

#womenintranslation read this amazing book. I love this as it's protagonist is an elderly woman, a character that rarely gets a voice in fiction. And that ending is 😘

BarbaraBB This was my second choice for letter E! 6mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing!! 6mo
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charl08
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... the border, which meandered capriciously, making it easy to step across it without noticing. I often crossed it inadvertently when out that way on my daily rounds. But I also liked to cross it in purpose, deliberately stepping to and fro. A dozen times, or several dozen times. I'd amuse myself like that for half an hour-playing the game of crossing the border. It gave me pleasure, because I could remember the time when it wasn't possible.

stevesbookstuf1 Really enjoyed this one! 6mo
charl08 @stevesbookstuf1 me too: not sure what took me so long! 6mo
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donnab108

I loved this book. it was funny at times, with a mystery thrown in. I liked the characters, and the story line.

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Oryx
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Charity shop find - only a little bit battered and only £1. I feel like it will take me a while to get to it, and may sit on the shelf for a while, but one day it will speak to me and ask to be read.

TrishB Totally agree 😁 9mo
kathedron I loved it! 9mo
BookBelle84 I read this book when it was first released and I still think about it 9mo
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loz1327

"Apoptosis is natural death, brought about by the tiredness and exhaustion of matter. In Greek this word means 'the dropping of petals'. The world has dropped its petals."

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itsyvetperez
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"You know what, sometimes it seems to me we're living in a world that we fabricate for ourselves. We decide what's good and what isn't, we draw maps of meanings for ourselves. . . And then we spend our whole lives struggling with what we have invented for ourselves. The problem is that each of us has our own version of it, so people find it hard to understand each other."

-- 5⭐️

BarbaraBB Great quote. Such a good book. 12mo
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Mirazzles
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This is the perfect book for a cold winter‘s day… it‘s -30 here today, so I figured I‘d curl up with a dark, winter book set in the woods of Poland… ❄️

Dilara -30°C? That IS cold! How close to the North Pole do you live? 😱 12mo
Mirazzles @Dilara haha 😂 it feels like I‘m pretty close sometimes! I live in Northern New Brunswick. So it‘s a wee bit chilly here sometimes! 12mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Oh goodness 🥶 12mo
Mirazzles @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks it is very cold! I hope it‘s warmer where you are! 12mo
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Larkken
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Blaming my lateness for #wintergames2021 on road trips! Sorry @Clwojick !

My combined total for weeks 4 and 5 ( I missed posting for week 4) is 6217 🎉

Thanks for hosting, @Clwojick and thanks for the fun fellow #mistletoemaniacs! Hope I did you proud.

Clwojick woohoo! 😍 Way to go! Thank you for joining us! 13mo
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merelybookish
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And that's a wrap on #CloakandDaggerChristmas. I managed 7/9 prompts! It was a fun December project! Turns out my favourite mystery books are not really about the mystery. The tagged book was definitely my favourite of the bunch, although I do very much enjoy Flavia. Thanks to everyone who joined me!

RaeLovesToRead Nice work! I'm on 4.5 prompts! Do I have until the end of December? If not, I'm going to pretend I have til the end of December 😄 13mo
Ruthiella Good job! I managed two. I think it‘s interesting, your observations on what kind of mystery you like. I‘m tempted to recommend Tana French‘s books to you. They are mysteries, but really more characters studies than anything... 13mo
merelybookish @RaeLovesToRead I think you can take as long as you want! I've just had my fill of mysteries for now. 😉 13mo
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merelybookish @Ruthiella Thanks! I definitely prefer a more character driven story. I tried reading one Tana French, but I baile. It was just too long. But it was one of her later ones and I wondered if her earlier books would be better. In general I don't love super plotty and mysteries by default are pretty plotty. 😁 This is the Tana French I tried. 13mo
Ruthiella @merelybookish French‘s novels do tend to move slowly. Maybe take it under advisement and try her first book when you are next tempted to read a mystery 13mo
batsy Well done! I'm almost finished with my last book and might not have hit all my prompts but it was fun. 13mo
BiblioLitten The tagged book was one of my top reads from last year. Brilliant writing! 13mo
merelybookish @BiblioLitten I loved it. I loved all her theories and the way her mind worked! 13mo
vivastory I'm thrilled you loved Drive Your Plow etc It's a personal favorite 13mo
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amvee
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Just started this one, really enjoying it so far.

EmilyM Loved this book! 13mo
BarbaraBB I loved this one too. 13mo
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Mirazzles
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Starting this audiobook on this cold and snowy day 📖❄️❄️

erzascarletbookgasm A good read. Enjoy! 1y
Mirazzles @erzascarletbookgasm thank you! I think I will. After this, I think I will read her other book “Flights” 😊 1y
erzascarletbookgasm I want to read that too! 👍😊 1y
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Christy2318
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Mehso-so

“We‘d rather be small, and then our petty little sins would be forgivable.” Objectively this is a well written book but it was just so-so for me. I almost DNF at one point. It‘s quirky and odd which I can love but I constantly felt like I was missing some subtext. I think it‘s a case of me and not the book.

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Kristelh
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You know what, sometimes it seems to me we're living in a world that we fabricate for ourselves. We decide what's good and what isn't, we draw maps of meanings for ourselves... And then we spend our whole lives struggling with what we have invented for ourselves. The problem is that each of us has our own version of it, so people find it hard to understand each other. #f2fNov/Dec2021 #doublespin #November

tpixie Great quote. Very interesting book 📕 1y
BarbaraBB Loved this book. Great quote! 1y
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Larkken
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Pickpick

And with this, I‘m calling my last book of October and of #scarathlon even if there‘s still some time left in the day! How‘s everyone do? I‘m excited because I finally got a bingo (or three…) this month 🤩
#bookspinbingo #teamslaughter

TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! Fabulous month!!! 1y
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Billypar
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My favorite mysteries are the weird ones. Why have a detective investigate when it could be an elderly woman who takes care of her neighbor's homes during the brutal winters of a remote Polish town? And one who loves astrology, prefers animals to people, gives others names like Oddball or The Gray Lady, and obsesses over William Blake. That's Janina and she's on the case when her neighbor 'Bigfoot' turns up dead. Lively, dark comic perfection.

sarahbarnes Loved this one! 1y
batsy Nice review and photo 💀 1y
Cathythoughts Great review! I loved this book too 1y
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BarbaraBB A favorite of mine too 🤍 1y
Billypar @batsy Thanks! I read this months ago but it worked out that the photo fits with the season ☠☠☠ 1y
Billypar @sarahbarnes @Cathythoughts @BarbaraBB Glad you all enjoyed this as much as I did! Some who reviewed the book seemed disappointed that it was too easy to guess the murderer, but I think Tokarczuk wants it that way: there are more pleasures in a good mystery than just being surprised by the reveal. 1y
vivastory I agree about the best mysteries being the weird ones. Did you read Moshfegh's Death in Her Hands? I thought it was similar, although I preferred Tokarczuk 1y
BarbaraBB I agree with @vivastory that it reminded me of the Moshfegh, which I loved too. In both books the murder is not the point I think. (edited) 1y
Billypar @vivastory @BarbaraBB I haven't read Death in Her Hands yet, but it's on my shelf - I'm very much looking forward to it. I had a similar experience reading Eileen as Drive Your Plow in that both had first person narrators with a distinct and memorable voice. 1y
BarbaraBB If you liked Eileen you‘ll probably love Death in her Hands. I certainly hope so! 1y
Brimful I loved this book! 1y
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Lcsmcat
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Pickpick

I‘ve seen this described as a mystery and “noir.” I think it is neither, but a masterfully written character study, and a commentary on the connectedness of life. Highly recommended!

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Melismatic
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Mehso-so

There are glimmers of greatness in this but overall it felt a bit like a slog to push through with little payoff. It‘s set up like a mystery but the “misdirect” is obvious and murky at best.

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rachelk


“For people of my age," she thinks, "the places that they truly loved and to which they once belonged are no longer there. The places of their childhood and youth have ceased to exist ... And if their outer form has been preserved, it's all the more painful, like a shell with nothing inside it anymore. I have nowhere to return to. It's like a state of imprisonment. The walls of the cell are the horizon of what I can see."

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rachelk
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Pickpick

I think if you‘re expecting a mystery you may be a bit disappointed. This book is more the character study of an older woman (Janina) living in the Polish wilderness, at odds with the hunters around her. The philosophy of Blake and the natural world is woven in with Janina‘s horror at the killing of animals.

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Billypar
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I love this: it's a character explaining her ambivalence about befriending writers 🙂

Ruthiella I tried Flights by her and could not get into it , but still want to read her work. Maybe this title would be a good way in. 1y
BarbaraBB Such a good book 🤍. I should absolutely try this one @Ruthiella I‘m almost sure you‘d love it too. 1y
IuliaC A very good book 1y
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Billypar @Ruthiella I'm not yet halfway but I'm enjoying it so far! 1y
Billypar @BarbaraBB @luliaC I'm excited to find out what happens! Her writing is mesmerizing. 1y
BarbaraBB It is! It does remind me of 1y
Billypar @BarbaraBB Good to hear because that's waiting on my TBR shelf 🙂 1y
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plemmdog
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“With age, many men come down with testosterone autism, the symptoms of which are a gradual decline in social intelligence and capacity for interpersonal communication…The Person beset by this becomes taciturn and appears to be lost in contemplation. He develops an interest in various Tools and machinery, and he‘s drawn to the Second World War…His capacity to read novels almost entirely vanishes.”
I‘m not there yet!

BkClubCare Yikes - sounds like a description of someone I know. Hmmmm 1y
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bell7
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Mehso-so

How to summarize such a book? It's been called a mystery, and there is a mystery, but it's more of a character study. Janina narrates, and we come to know her in all her eccentricities: loving animals, convinced that astrology has the answers, and increasingly frustrated that her voice is not heard by those in authority. As a reader, I found her sympathetic, even in all her oddities, and the denouement was less of a surprise than an inevitability.

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AliceFaustus
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No risk at all.

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EmilieGR
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Pickpick

What a strangle little book. I enjoyed the kooky narrator and the polish setting. I think Tokarczuk maybe pushed the unreliable narrator trope a little too far but the book is charming enough you forgive her.

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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
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I've spent a nice time in company of this book.
Janina Doucheyko, the narrator, is living in a small isolated village when a series of deaths/murders occurs. Through her, we get to know the different characters, the daily life in that region, how the enquiry progresses, etc.
It's a well-written book that takes its time. Not much surprise at the end for me, if any at all.
3.5/5

IuliaC A good one 👍 2y
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Annie1215
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Mehso-so

Finished my #lmpbc book just in the nick of time!

This was definitely a different read for me. I don‘t know that I‘d call it a mystery, I feel like the “mystery” is imbedded throughout the story. Interesting characters but not my normal choice of setting.

Definitely an interesting read!

This gets me to a third bingo for #bookspinbingo !

Pogue It was different. 2y
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2y
LiteraryinLawrence I got the book! Thanks! 2y
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vivastory
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Yesterday I found out that there's a movie based on the tagged book, which was one of my favorites of last year. I generated a meme to express my feelings.

BarbaraBB Cool meme! 2y
Tanisha_A Love this 😁 2y
saresmoore Haha! Good to know! 2y
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Bevita
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Pickpick

Spectacular! Janina is kind of nutty, maybe, or just out for revenge. Love this Polish author-must read more of her work.

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BookishBelle
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Pickpick

I enjoyed the atmosphere - very winter- and that the protagonist is an elderly lady who was also quite interesting; however, I ended up skimming sections and figured out #whodunit before it was revealed. It was between a so-so and a pick for me. Pick won out because I was interested in whodunit enough to figure it out. #LMPBC @Annie1215 this will be headed your way soon! @Pogue @LiteraryinLititz Also, really love the bookmark!! 😂

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TheKidUpstairs
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Pickpick

Uneven at times, and I definitely skimmed some sections, but ultimately I'm glad I read it.

The beginning is so strong, I was immediately engrossed by the eccentric MC. The middle dragged a bit, but still with some moments glittering with dark humour. And the end made me think about this intriguing cast of characters and how strong our bonds can be, even in isolation.

@KatieB this one will be on its way back to you shortly! #LMPBC

Annie1215 This is my next #lmpbc book too! 2y
KatieB I‘m so excited to read all your annotations! 2y
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TheKidUpstairs
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#LMPBC double play arrived today! One from Round 10, one for Round 11. Thanks @Read-y_Picker 🎉🎉 My kids helped open the package and went crazy for the candy 😄😂😄😂 I'm so excited for both these reads!

@KatieB @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego

@BookishTrish @DinoMom

Read-y_Picker Lol I had a total throwback moment with that candy! I hope you get to enjoy some of it yourself. Next time I‘ll try to send some more grown up goodies... 2y
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BookishBelle
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Thank you so much @Pogue for the card and goodies with my #LMPBC book! I‘m sorry I‘m so late. I just noticed it was here this morning. Hubs didn‘t say anything and I‘ve been so focused on caring for my Mom. What a fantastic happy for today! 🥰

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Pogue
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@BookishBelle #LMPBC is on the way.

BookishBelle Yay! Thank you!! 📚 🎉 2y
LiteraryinLawrence I have this book and am mailing it home to you today. Sorry for the delay! I didn‘t get to finish it because new job and selling/buying houses has gotten in the way. But I loved being in the group with you! 2y
Pogue No worries I have moved many times. I get it. 2y
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readingonarainyday
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Been on my feet most of the day. Repotted several indoor plants and rearranged them. Now it‘s time to put my feet up, push my chair back, and relax with a book.
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What‘s going on in your corner of the world?

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readingonarainyday
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On the way back from second Covid vaccine shot, we stopped at a local coffee and chocolate shop to celebrate. Feeling so much relief at the moment and enjoying with coffee, chocolate, and a crime fiction.

Bette 💉🎉 Yay! 2y
Cathythoughts Great news ! Great book too 2y
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TheEllieMo
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Mehso-so

There were some moments of this book that I really enjoyed - the batty old woman with a thing about making sure her feet were clean in case she had to go to hospital was an amusing theme, but overall this was a disappointment. The story builds well at the beginning but the ending seems abrupt and very flat. Perhaps my enjoyment of crime novels meant I was expecting more from this.

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TheEllieMo
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It‘s a #20in4 #Readathon weekend!! My plans are to finish Book 6 in the DI Bliss series by Tony J Forder, read the tagged book for my book club, and at least make a start on the 7th Bliss book, and maybe the prequel of that series too.

@Andrew65

Andrew65 Looks a good weekend ahead. 2y
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CoffeeK8
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Thank you @monalyisha for the book and the awesome goodies. I was so excited to win & to get the bonuses is the cherry on the top of a sundae!

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Read-y_Picker
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Getting set up for the week and then ready to jump back in to the tagged book for #lmpbc. I love this minimalist cover design 😍

TheKidUpstairs Is this one on its way? If you're behind on reading, that's totally cool, just want to make sure it's not stuck in postal purgatory! 2y
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monalyisha
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I recently won a copy of a newly-published hardcover book in a giveaway hosted by @erinreads . To pass on my literary luck, I‘m hosting my own giveaway!

To enter, comment & note which of the pictured titles you‘d prefer. 2 winners will be chosen at random on Sun, 2/7.

Please note: I‘m a monster who dog-ears the pages of my books & the spine will almost definitely be broken. If you like your books in pristine condition, you‘re shit outta luck. 😅

monalyisha *No gross stains or anything, though. I may be a monster but I‘m a pretty tidy one. 🙃😈 (edited) 2y
NeedsMoreBooks Thank you for hosting! The Midnight Library please ❤️🙏🏼 2y
BarbaraBB I‘m about the same monster as you are 😉 2y
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Coueriamb Ooh thank you for hosting! I‘d love a loved copy of Drive your Plow over the Bones of the Dead! 2y
babyruth2510 Thank you for this opportunity. The Midnight Library would be awesome 2y
monalyisha @BarbaraBB Yes! Evil loves company. 😍 2y
AFrostCauseReads Omg, I would love to throw my hat in the ring for The Midnight Library📚 thank you! 2y
TheKidUpstairs LOL, I have no qualms about dog earing pages in my own books, and I will crack sounds like a chiropractor. But dog earing a library book is true evil... 2y
TheKidUpstairs *spines not sounds 2y
CoffeeK8 I dog eat my pages too... I‘d be interested in Drive your Plow over the Bones of the Dead 2y
The.Great.Catsby The Midnight Library!! I put it on hold at the library and it said the wait time is 34 weeks! 2y
EatSleepRead Drive Your Plow 2y
EmilyM The Midnight Library!Thanks for the opportunity!🤗 2y
rmaclean4 Midnight Library. Thanks for the give away. 2y
ajmayorquin The Midnight Library! Thanks for the giveaway! 2y
Asthecroweflies Ohh! Exciting! The Midnight Library would be my pick. Thank you for the chance. 😊 2y
Bookish_AF Fun! I am intrigued by Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead ☺️ 2y
Anchobi413 Drive Your Plow over the Bones of the Dead ! ☺️ 2y
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Thanks for the chance to win The Midnight Library! 2y
AcademicHustler Drive your plow over. Thanks. 2y
monalyisha Just updating to say that I‘ll be announcing the winner later today! 2y
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