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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil | John Berendt
Read John Berendt's Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil in Large Print.* All Random House Large Print editions are published in a 16-point typefaceShots rang out in Savannah's grandest mansion in the misty,early morning hours of May 2, 1981.Was it murder or self-defense?For nearly a decade, the shooting and its aftermath reverberated throughout this hauntingly beautiful city of moss-hung oaks and shaded squares.John Berendt's sharply observed, suspenseful, and witty narrative reads like a thoroughly engrossing novel, and yet it is a work of nonfiction.Berendt skillfully interweaves a hugely entertaining first-person account of life in this isolated remnant of the Old South with the unpredictable twists and turns of a landmark murder case.It is a spellbinding story peopled by a gallery of remarkable characters: the well-bred society ladies of the Married Woman's Card Club; the turbulent young redneck gigolo; the hapless recluse who owns a bottle of poison so powerful it could kill every man, woman, and child in Savannah; the aging and profane Southern belle who is the "soul of pampered self-absorption"; the uproariously funny black drag queen; the acerbic and arrogant antiques dealer; the sweet-talking, piano-playing con artist; young blacks dancing the minuet at the black debutante ball; and Minerva, the voodoo priestess who works her magic in the graveyard at midnight.These and other Savannahians act as a Greek chorus, with Berendt revealing the alliances, hostilities, and intrigues that thrive in a town where everyone knows everyone else. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: A Savannah Story is a sublime and seductive reading experience.Brilliantly conceived and masterfully written, this enormously engaging portrait of a most beguiling Southern city is certain to become a modern classic.From the Trade Paperback edition.
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AvidReader25
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Visiting the Mercer House in Savannah last week. Much of the book take place here, and I loved getting to explore the historic squares described so beautifully in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

kspenmoll A wonderful historic city! 9h
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AvidReader25
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I 1st read this in high school. Up until that point I assumed nonfiction was boring. It was a shocking wonderful experience. The descriptions of people were intoxicating. I was completely enamored with the whole city of Savannah. I could picture every street & quirky neighbor. The fact that those people really existed just made it all the more amazing. Midnight opened the door to the world of creative nonfiction for me. Rereading it was a delight.

kbibliophilific I liked this one 1d
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Jenken1998
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A NF look at the beautiful southern city of Savannah, Georgia, and some of its more eccentric citizens. The backdrop for a shooting in 1981 between two men. Employer - Employee, friends, lovers? Murder, or self-defense? This has been on my TBR forever.. I really enjoyed it. The movie..not so much. Non-fiction that reads like a novel.

5feet.of.fury Ooh! Awesome! I have a physical copy I thrifted a while ago & I have it in my stack to read next month so I‘m glad to see this positive experience 2mo
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kbibliophilific
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This looks like it‘s going to be fabulous. Any feedback from anyone who read is greatly appreciated!

Vansa I just finished John Berendt's book set in Venice and could not love it more, and it's supposed to be his lesser work!! I'm sure this book will be spectacular 3mo
kbibliophilific @Vansa ohhhhh tell me more about what you read…. Never heard of it !!! 3mo
Vansa Called The City of Falling Angels,Berendt writes about Venice from a very..non tourist perspective,and he writes of aspects that interest him,so there's a lot about daily life,quirky locals,the impact of tourism,conservation efforts and the tremendous politicking that happens around that,a fire that destroyed the main opera house and the convolutions around it's rebuilding.He doesn't mean for it to be a history book,but an atmospheric book,(1/n) 3mo
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Vansa (2/n)and somehow it really,really works.I hadn't heard of it either!Stumbled across it in a used bookstore I frequent and it sounded really interesting, absolutely loved it!Inspired by your post I'm going to read Midnight in the garden now😀 3mo
kbibliophilific @Vansa and inspired by yours, I will read that one!!! Thank you!!! 3mo
AvidReader25 @Vansa I read that one on a train to Venice and I loved it! 1d
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Does anyone else feel compelled to buy certain books when you come across them, specifically because you remember seeing someone significant to you reading it years ago? I swear I remember seeing my mom read this when I was a fairly young child. I didn‘t even know what it was about until I found it on Pongo Books about a month ago, but I recognized the cover immediately when I saw it.

EvieBee That means your mom was the coolest! 4mo
smalldogs_bigbooks2419 @EvieBee the older I get, the more I agree with that. She‘s absolutely where I got my love of reading and my favorite source of recommendations. 4mo
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Jilly6183
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When I travel, I love to read books that take place in my destination. I managed to read the first half of this book on the flight to Savannah and the rest on the flight back. It set the perfect scene. Nonfiction has trouble keeping my attention but Berendt's writing is excellent. Highly recommend!

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WJCintron
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Eggs Love your photo format each day ❤️❤️ 5mo
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IndoorDame
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This #story about Savanna has been on my TBR for so many years, but somehow it‘s never the thing I reach for. Do you all have titles like that? #evil #Scarathlon2022 #ScarathlonDailyPrompt #TeamMonsterMash @StayCurious @Clwojick #OminousOctober @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

BkClubCare Yep, more than I care to admit. (I *think* I‘ve read this one!) 5mo
MaGoose Yup. Me too. A boatload of books that I've been meaning to read, but just never get around to them. And of course I am always buying new books to add to my massive TBR pile. 🤪🙄😄 5mo
Kappadeemom One of my favorite books! 5mo
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Eggs Nice choice! I do have lots of books that I “intend” to read… 5mo
Ruthiella This book is totally one of those! I‘ve also had a copy for years. 5mo
Palimpsest Awesome book. I‘ve been wanting to go to Savannah since I read this seven years ago! And yes, I just recently finished The Graveyard Book which was on my shelf for years which I also absolutely loved. 5mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Yes! This is one of the along with The Book Thief, A Little Hope, and so many others!! 5mo
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lele1432
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Although the murder victim (or perhaps perpetrator?) in this #TrueCrime #Classic was shot to death, it does include a character who possesses an extremely potent bottle of poison. And it took me a week and a half, but I am now officially back on track! 😅

#ScarathlonDailyPrompts #PhotoChallenge Day 17: #Poison #TeamSlaughter #Scarathlon2022

b.elschie I need to try and get back into this one. I started it and fell off pretty hard :') 5mo
lele1432 @b.elschie I need to try it again myself! 😅 I was reading it as a buddy read a few years ago and my library loan lapsed and I just never finished. 🙃 5mo
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BarkingMadRead
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Sparklemn So jealous. I want to go to Savannah someday! 6mo
BarkingMadRead @Sparklemn it‘s amazing, quickly becoming one of my fave places to go 6mo
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aperfectmjk
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More audiocrafting today. I still have a LONG way to go yet, but at least now I can see my vision coming together.

I finally finished Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, I can't tell you how many times I came close to reading this one, but just never quite got there. It was excellently written. I can see why it's a must read.

#bookspinbingo @TheAromaofBooks #Litsycrafters #audiocrafting #EricCarle #littlefreelibrary

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 7mo
Catsandbooks It's like right out of the storybook! 7mo
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Monica5
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Yes, I tagged the book, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. I read it in my early 20's and still remember it.

Best part of the week, any day I get to read during the day, just not at night. Worst part of week, any day I am not able to read, due to being sick and brain not working so I can't concentrate.

Thanks @EadieB for the tag and @Eggs for doing this one today.

Want to play: @Clwojick @StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego

EadieB You're welcome! 7mo
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Kappadeemom
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Picking this book because I am born and raised in Georgia and it‘s about a murder that happened in Savannah and because it‘s a 5 star read @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks #AlphabetGame #LetterM

marleed I love this book. It‘s the best example I know of NF that reads like fiction. 7mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks On my shelf!! 7mo
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Cinfhen
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#AlphabetGame A true crime mystery with the kookiest cast of characters you‘ll ever come across!‘ I couldn‘t put this book down ❤️

mrp27 Loved this one too and of course I just had to visit Savanah. I didn‘t get to experience any of its quirkiness but what a great little town and so beautiful. 7mo
Cinfhen After finishing this book I felt like seeing Savanah for myself @mrp27 it‘s still on my #HopefullyOneDay list💜 7mo
JenReadsAlot That was a good one! @mrp27 I also went to Savannah after reading this book! 7mo
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mrp27 @Cinfhen Hope you make it there. Even without the book it‘s still great place to visit! 7mo
mrp27 @JenReadsAlot Wasn‘t it great?! Did you get to visit their bookstore, E.Shaver? 7mo
JenReadsAlot @mrp27 it was amazing, but no to the bookstore. 7mo
Cinfhen And a great bookstore @mrp27 ??? Now I definitely want to go ☺️did you guys go in a certain season @JenReadsAlot is there a “good” time of year??? 7mo
JenReadsAlot I think I went in May/June and it was getting humid in my opinion 🙃 7mo
mrp27 Yes! It was over 20 years ago but I remember liking it. When I moved from California to New York I drove cross country and I was shocked that every state beyond Colorado was humid. So at the time I felt the weather was awful hot but I was a newbie to humidity at that time. 7mo
Cinfhen Ha @mrp27 any east coaster knows about humidity!!!! Good to know @JenReadsAlot 7mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks On my shelf! 7mo
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thecaffinatedreader
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Found this for 50 cents in a cardboard box at an outdoor thrift market (signed copy)

Anyone else read it and does it live up to the hype?

wanderinglynn I enjoyed it. It‘s so much better than the movie (if you watched it). 9mo
Cvfrailing See I liked the movie better. 8mo
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thecaffinatedreader
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My thrift haul…for a total of $1.75

marleed Fun haul! 9mo
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SarahBookInterrupted
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I found this book interesting. At first I didn‘t like how I was waiting for the murder that never came but later on I loved that all the characters were well developed. I didn‘t realize this was a non-fiction until I was almost done. Which makes it even more fascinating. It reads like a fiction, especially the sheer amount of extremely eccentric characters. I have no desire to go to Savannah for so many social reasons but it made a good book.

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Andrea4
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A pup so exhausted he went back to his crate.
Watched this movie a few times as a kid, realised it was a book. Did not know this was non fiction!! I really enjoyed these characters. Confused as to why half the book was done before the crime happened BUT it's worth it.
This does make me want to visit Savannah. Me and everyone else 🤣

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Addison_Reads
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#SavvySettings @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

I watched this movie years before I finally read the book, but I thoroughly enjoyed them both. #Garden

vivastory Such weird characters. I really loved this one! 12mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚👍🏻🙌🏻 12mo
Eggs Cover Love 💗 12mo
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Blueberry
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Eggs Perfection 🪦 13mo
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LisaLovesToRead
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It‘s been years since I have seen this movie, but I remember it was bizarre and great. The book did not disappoint! It was hard to put down. I‘m excited to rewatch the movie now.

LoverOfLearning I'm glad you enjoyed it! I got about 75% done and haven't picked it back up since. 1y
LisaLovesToRead @LoverOfLearning, did you ever watch the movie? I remembered it being very different, but I couldn‘t recall too many details. That helped pull me through. I loved the descriptions early on, but it did keep my attention throughout. 1y
LoverOfLearning @LisaLovesToRead no I havent actually seen it! But I should try and find it! 1y
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vivastory
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I tagged this book, bc she seems like a character right out of it. I don't think I've ever laughed while reading an obituary
https://www.fayobserver.com/obituaries/m0028451

Suet624 This obit seems to be making the rounds. I keep wondering if it's real. 1y
vivastory @Suet624 I'm going to give it the benefit of the doubt that it's real. Anyone can post an obituary, but it was in the Fayetteville Observer so I don't think that a random person made it up. Also, people are weird 🙃 (edited) 1y
MatchlessMarie I hope it‘s real. She sounds like a hoot! 1y
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EvieBee Wow, lol! She died in my hometown and I know where Vernon, TX is lol! It is indeed a cow sanctuary. 😂 1y
LeahBergen 😆😆 1y
Nute Well, the qualifies as the funniest obituary that I have ever read! Still laughing!🤣 1y
Bookzombie 😂 1y
Amandajoy That was awesome! 1y
MicheleinPhilly 🤣🤣🤣 1y
Sparklemn It‘s legit. NPR interviewed her son who wrote the obit. 😊 1y
Ladygodiva7 😂😂😂 1y
sarahbarnes This is amazing. 1y
sprainedbrain That‘s incredible. 😂 1y
marleed That‘s hilarious! 1y
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Mitch
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RaeLovesToRead Page bookmarked. I have seen zero of these films and some look fab! 1y
Mitch @RaeLovesToRead they look a good alternate when you‘ve run out of Elf enthusiasm! 🤣 1y
merelybookish Fun list! I loved Go back when it came out. 1y
RaeLovesToRead I'm feeling more in the mood for some crime noir than some festive fun at the moment 😄 1y
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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt is well loved by a lot of readers. While I really enjoyed the descriptions of Savannah and its residents, I was disappointed to learn all the liberties the author took. It should be advertised as a "faction," a mix of facts and fiction.

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Bookwormjillk
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I‘m not even sure what I just read, but I enjoyed it, and I really want to travel to Savannah. This was billed as true crime. If even half of it is true it‘s a great story. #NonFictionNovember #NFN21

Scochrane26 Savannah is a beautiful city. 1y
AmyK1 I‘m going to Savannah this weekend with friends! 1y
marleed I loved this book. It really does read like fiction. When I visited Savannah years ago, that book and miniature statues were abundantly gift shops. 1y
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Bookwormjillk
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Yesterday I listened to another episode of Pantsuit Politics on my walk. It was a beautiful day and I even have time to swing by a Little Free Library and drop off some books.

Today I learned: It‘s be 15 years since I visited Savannah and I really want to go back. (Listening to the tagged book and while it‘s very entertaining it‘s not really a learning type book 😜)

tracey38 I love Savannah! 1y
Bookwormjillk @tracey38 it‘s been way too long. A really long drive for me but worth it. 1y
tracey38 @Bookwormjillk I could walk around historic downtown Savannah all the time. It's sp worth it! 1y
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ErraticElle
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Reads like a novel, despite being (slightly artistically styled) nonfiction. The characters are quirky & colorful paired with a fantastically written atmosphere. The entire thing plays like a crazy acid trip, but it's magnificent...especially when you stop to realize that these people actually exist(ed). I will admit that the ending in the book is not as powerful as its movie version. Still, life is stranger than fiction. And this is a doozy.

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Michellesibs
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This is a non fiction true crime story on the shooting of Danny Hansford by his employer and the subsequent four trials. I hadnt heard of this before so I went in without any prior knowledge at all.
The cast of characters are electric. A Drag Queen, a Witch, an Antiques Dealer, a piano playing lawyer. There's an abundance of alcohol, gossip and ambition in a town with an unwillingness to change.
A slow start but in the end a great read!

smalldogs_bigbooks2419 Idk why, but I remember a lot of the books my mom red when I was a kid. (She always set an example and read in front of us when she could.) This is one of the book covers I remember seeing, but I had no idea what it was about. 1y
Cortg I read this book and loved it. Then, I listened to it. Got my sister and her boyfriend intrigued on vacation and they read it. My sister's boyfriend, being from Savannah, gave me his “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil“ tour on a visit. I also found out a friend of mine from high school works for the same law firm from the book.
For fun, check out the tagged book. Interesting story.
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Michellesibs @smalldogs_bigbooks2419 Its a really unique cover isn't it so I'm not surprised it stood out to you! X 1y
Michellesibs @Cortg That's fantastic, I want a tour now 🤣❤ 1y
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Justine_Mar
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Finished Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil just in time for a trip to Savannah. First stop, Mercer Williams House.

Cathythoughts Exciting 👍🏻 1y
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Justine_Mar
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"We have a saying: If you go to Atlanta, the first question people ask you is, 'What's your business?' In Macon they ask, 'Where do you go to church?' In Augusta they ask your grandmother's maiden name. But in Savannah the first question people ask you is 'What would you like to drink' " ?

marleed This book is so well written! 1y
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BookLove4Ever
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I listened to this on audiobook and found the narrator enjoyable. A nice true crime story that I listened to because of my trip to Savannah. My favorite person was Joe Odom. How that guy skated by and skirted the law was unlike any I‘d ever heard of. The voodoo was creepy. I would have loved to see all of Jim William‘s antiques. 😁 ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Ny_Fergie
Pickpick

This was fun. Take a classic southern city (Savannah) and layer in some voodoo, some rich folks, some crazy folks, a sprinkle of murder, a smidge of con artists and a drag Queen I would love to meet. This kept my interest on a well paced adventure.

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radelyn

Y'all, as someone raised in the lowcountry of Beaufort, SC, and intimately familiar with Savanah, this was like a trip back home. Berendt captured the lurid gossip and socialite mentality with its balanced sense of practicality well enough for me, and his picture of each character was perfectly imagined.
#AtoZchallenge

lynneamch I think reading the book before I visited Savannah really enhanced my enjoyment of the city. I bought this one while I was there. 2y
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jenniferw88
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Mehso-so
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 2y
sharread Have a happy Thanksgiving! 💞 2y
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jenniferw88
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#bookreport week 14/11/20 @Cinfhen

Finished Chernobyl & Thicker than Water
Continued Northanger Abbey
Made a little progress on The Confessions of Frannie Langton
Started tagged

Velvetfur Oooh I read that Chernobyl one recently, I thought it was very good, what did you think of it? 2y
Velvetfur Sorry I meant 'listened to' 🙂 2y
jenniferw88 @Velvetfur it was 4 1/2 ⭐ for me as I couldn't get some of the science, and there were too many names/government departments to keep track of! 2y
Velvetfur @jenniferw88 Oh gosh yes I got a bit lost with all the names too! So I know what you mean 😁 2y
Cinfhen Great week 🙌🏻🤓♥️ 2y
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LoverOfLearning
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1 year ago when my doggo was still a pup pup 😍😍😍

This was the first book I DNF. I just felt dragged along in a way. I wanted a bit more action. It felt too heavily focused on character development and not on the storyline behind the crime.

perfectsinner Oh I love this book 2y
LoverOfLearning @perfectsinner I'm glad. I just couldn't stay with it. 2y
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EadieB
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OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚🎬 3y
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jenniferw88
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Charity shop purchases! Bookmark says "I am not perfect but my cat loves me"

CocoReads Midnight in the garden is a great read! The movie is pretty good too if you can track it down. 3y
rubyslippersreads ❤️ that bookmark! 😻 3y
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JenReadsAlot
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#3books #thatmademewanttotravel and I did go to Savannah after reading tagged book! @OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

OriginalCyn620 Very cool! 👍🏻 3y
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Cinfhen
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#3Books.... That made me want to travel 🧳 ✈️
All would be great choices for #Booked2020 #ArmChairTravel

Cathythoughts Yes I would like to go to Savannah please 👍🏻❤️ 3y
LeahBergen I went to Savannah because of this book!❤️ 3y
erzascarletbookgasm I remember our read along of Midnight, so descriptive, makes me want to visit Savannah too! 3y
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OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 3y
Cinfhen Agreed, the tag book was such a “trip” @Cathythoughts @LeahBergen @erzascarletbookgasm @OriginalCyn620 😂 3y
MidnightBookGirl I was on a train once, coming back from Florida to Virginia, and at one point I sat near a group of older women traveling to Savannah. They were in a book club, and they pick books and then travel to the place they are set in! They had just read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. I wish I could have joined them! 3y
Cinfhen That‘s such an awesome story @MidnightBookGirl and what a fun bookclub 😁 3y
JenReadsAlot I actually went to Savannah after reading Midnight! 3y
Reviewsbylola Midnight is fantastic. 3y
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aa_guer2021
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Pickpick

This sat for months, I picked it up and I was done in two days! An incredible tale, which reads like a fictional crime novel, recounts the memorable, eccentric, outrageous and larger-than-life REAL residents of Savannah, Georgia. Racial tension, LGBTQ rights, class discrimination is all handled amid this fascinating backdrop. Overall a unique, engrossing and fascinating book that will stay with me for a while. #recentlyread #truecrime #nospoilers

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aa_guer2021
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All I got to say about the tagged book: I have to keep reminding myself these people are real! #TBR for September & beyond. Hopefully, along with what I have **actively** going at the moment. 🙃😂🤪 My mind is drawn to multiple subjects, so the topics are varied. Moving and adjusting is also happening. 🤔❤️📚 #bookworm

Jeannineth I loved Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. It stayed with me! 3y
aa_guer2021 @Jeannineth I finished in 2 days 😟😬, so I can say with certainty it will stay with me, too. 3y
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CatLass007
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Pickpick

This is a reread of a charming book. It is based on a true story but many of the characters are fictionalized. Some of these characters have become famous, the Lady Chablis, being the most familiar to many. I give this five out of five stars. Definitely a pick.

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shanaymayer
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The author does an amazing job capturing the heart and characters of Savannah. A fascinating non-fiction story that reads like fiction, delves into an interesting location and culture, AND centers around a murder... sign me up. A great read!!

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Gadolby
Panpan

Not my thing. The storyline was decent, but the smattering of characters the reader is introduced to seemed without greater purpose. I suppose it‘s kind of a slice of life and a murder trial mystery, but it just didn‘t come together for me into anything greater. Most character storylines were abandoned—what happened to Chablis? Minerva is by far the best part of the book.

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suzie.reads
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Mehso-so

This book just really wasn't my thing but I could appreciate Berendt's style of writing. I just found it abit shallow, no depth to the characters and it annoyed me.
#ReadtheUSA2020 #Georgia (18th state)

limada I've tried to read this several times, and had that same feeling. Even the movie felt off in that way. Well written, but kind of pointless and annoying. 3y
suzie.reads @limada that's how I felt, it didn't quite gel together and you didn't really get to know the characters. 3y
Ruthiella I have a copy but never read it. I just remember the splash it made back then... 3y
suzie.reads @Ruthiella I just don't think it was the book for me. Got some fantastic reviews though. 3y
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Sharpeipup
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Listening to #audiobook while cooking & roasting & pickling.

marleed I thinking this is a fascinating NF book! 3y
Sharpeipup @marleed it‘s fascinating for sure but I‘ve gone to realize it‘s not 100% true. The author took some creative liberties apparently... 3y
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