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What Alice Forgot
What Alice Forgot | Liane Moriarty
From the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller, THE HUSBANDS SECRET... A cheerfully engaging* novel for anyone whos ever asked herself, How did I get here?Alice Love is twenty-nine, crazy about her husband, and pregnant with her first child.So imagine Alices surprise when she comes to on the floor of a gym (a gym! She HATESthe gym) and is whisked off to the hospital where she discovers the honeymoon is truly over shes getting divorced, she has three kids, and shes actually 39 years old.Alice must reconstruct the events of a lost decade, and find out whether its possible to reconstruct her life at the same time. She has to figure out why her sister hardly talks to her, and how is it that shes become one of those super skinny moms with really expensive clothes. Ultimately, Alice must discover whether forgetting is a blessing or a curse, and whether its possible to start over *Kirkus ReviewsFrom the Trade Paperback edition.
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Joanne1
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With the exception of a couple I really do enjoy a Liane Moriarty novel. This one was particularly enjoyable because I could really relate to Alice. A mother of three the same age as me with children roughly the same age (though I have 2), I could imagine how alien my life would feel if I‘d lost the last ten years worth of memories. A lot happened in those years for both of us. #bookspin @TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks I have several Moriarty novels on my TBR, but still haven't read any! 3d
Joanne1 @TheAromaofBooks I think I‘ve read all but one. I wasn‘t as unto her latest two as her earlier ones. 2d
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Joanne1
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Time to make a start on February‘s #bookspin book, a lighter read than the last few.
@TheAromaofBooks

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Joanne1
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There seems to be a theme with the #bookspin and #doublespin numbers that came up. The tagged book is the must read, the other one is if I get time to do the second choice. Let‘s hope I don‘t forget! Thanks for organising @TheAromaofBooks (PS I think you got my user name slightly wrong as I didn‘t get notified)

TheAromaofBooks I love your theme! And sorry you didn't get tagged properly - I wrote down your name more clearly this time! 😁 3w
Victoria_Clyne @Joanne1 I'm like you. Not sure if I'll find the time to do the #doublespin. Have to wait and see. 3w
Rissreads @TheAromaofBooks can I join in for March please? 2w
TheAromaofBooks @Rissreads - absolutely!! I will add your name to the tag list. I post a reminder a week before the 2nd of the month so everyone has time to get their lists ready before I draw numbers on the 2nd!! 2w
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I picked this one up on recommendation from #modernmrsdarcy as a book about marriage. I was fascinated by the premise, and the writing and storyline were good. The use of three separate storylines was an interesting narrative technique.

Overall, I‘m glad I read it and I liked the themes of redemption, reflection, and growth. But it didn‘t totally wow me.

Between 3.5-4 ⭐️

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego This is probably my least favourite of hers. Not that it was bad, her other books just have really good plot twists, which this one was lacking. 4w
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She was floating, arms outspread, water lapping her body, breathing in a summery fragrance of salt and coconut.

#FirstLineFridays

Hi all! I always love reading the first lines of books to help me decide if I'm interested in them, so I thought we could use Litsy as a platform for sharing some. Happy Friday! 😊

ImperfectCJ I love this idea! Off to post my first line for today! 4w
NeedsMoreBooks Do prologues count? 😅 4w
ImperfectCJ @NeedsMoreBooks I was wondering the same thing! 4w
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ShyBookOwl @NeedsMoreBooks @ImperfectCJ Haha good question - I would say prologues count, but not dedications or quotes 😊 4w
ShyBookOwl @ImperfectCJ yay! Glad you like it! 4w
NeedsMoreBooks @ShyBookOwl thank you ❤️ 4w
JazzFeathers Love the idea! 4w
DrexEdit Love this idea! 😊 4w
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bookaholic1
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I finally got to finish this book, and once I got back into it, I couldn't put it down

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jenniferajanes
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This was the second book I‘ve read by Liane Moriarty. It‘s completely different from The Husband‘s Secret, but I really liked it! It‘s definitely more character-driven than plot-driven, and it made me think about relationships and forgiveness. How would MY life change if I forgot the last ten years?

erzascarletbookgasm I liked this too. Agree it‘s different from Her Husband‘s Secret. Read Big Little Lies next. 2mo
Crazeedi Good book 2mo
jenniferajanes @erzascarletbookgasm Thanks for the recommendation! I just picked up Big Little Lies on sale for Kindle. I‘ll definitely start it soon. 2mo
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Mholmen2
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A quick read for when you need a break from informational books!

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Mtroiano
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As usual, Liane Moriarty weaves together a story that keeps the reader engaged and unable to put the book down. This is definitely a pick!

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Caroline2 I loved this book!!! 💖 2mo
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berniejoy
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A cautionary tale for couples who might start to take each other for granted over the years. A good conversation starter too: what would you do if you lose your memory of the last 10 years? Absolutely loved this book - breezed through it in two days, and was late for work on the second day because I couldn't put it down after I woke up 😅

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IuliaCG
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“What Alice forgot“ was translated a bit differently - “We forgot to be happy“. I loved how it made me wonder if what I made out of my life over the last ten years is really what my 10-year younger self would have actually wished for ...

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Allthingsbooks
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I tried, I stopped, and then tried again. So glad I did; really enjoyed the ride. Liane did not disappoint. I left wishing I had a Dino‘s coffee shop in my life.

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What Alice Forgot | Liane Moriarty
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Alice falls off her bike during a spin class, bumps her head and forgets the past ten years of her life, believing she‘s 29 instead of 39. This book made me pause for thought, reflecting on what my younger self would think of my life right now. At 459 pages, I felt it could have been cut down a bit but a good read all the same.

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erzascarletbookgasm
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Engaging and well constructed with narratives from Alice trying to recall her lost memories, journal entries of her estranged sister coping with depression and blog entries of her feisty grandmother. The book delves into the complexity of relationships (between spouses, sisters, family), insight into subjects like infertility, adoption, death, divorce,..also offer lots of funny moments that had me chuckling. A good read with an important message.

ljuliel Great review and it‘s neat to see all the different covers. 5mo
Crazeedi Love your picture and I enjoyed this story too! 5mo
erzascarletbookgasm Thanks @Ijuliel @Crazeedi 😊 I was surprised there‘re so many different covers published, my copy is the one with the hands holding the heart. 5mo
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LoverofLit Liane Moriarty is amazing at building complex relationships with humor involved. I've loved every one of her books just because of that talent, even when they weren't my favorites. 5mo
erzascarletbookgasm @LoverofLit Totally! 👍 Some are better than the others, but I enjoyed them all. Now I‘ve only left two to read - The Hypnotist‘s Love Story and her latest, Nine Perfect Strangers. Which are your favourites? 5mo
LoverofLit The Hypnotists Love Story was really great! I haven't read Nine Perfect Strangers yet but it is on my list. My favorite has probably been Truly, Madly, Guilty. The mother/daughter relationship in that touched so close to home with my relationship as an adult now with my mom. 5mo
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Ruthiella
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#Thethingummybob is what one says when one forgets the proper name for something so I‘m gonna link that to the tagged title about a woman with amnesia. I‘ve read two books from Moriarty before- one good one not so good...this one will be the tiebreaker. 🤔 #RedroseSeptember

Cinfhen Good choice 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 5mo
arlenefinnigan Nice! 5mo
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Lots_O_Books
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I loved this book! I have loved all the books of hers that I have read so far!!

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Books.Bottles.and.Babies
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Crazeedi Great book!! 7mo
Crazeedi And a gorgeous view, enjoy💖 7mo
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SunshineandSimiles
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Though the overarching ”mystery” about what exactly Alice Forgot was predictable, I found this to be an extremely enjoyable read. To me, the real question was what would Alice do when she did get her 10 years of missing memory back. Also, as much as I liked Alice, I loved her sister, Elisabeth, and her story even more. An enjoyable, quick read, I will certainly pick up more from Liane Moriarty in the future! #finishedreading

StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I enjoy her other books more. Thier twists are much better. Was still a good read though. You aught to try 7mo
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bookmom921
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I'll be honest, it took me a few chapters to get into it. I almost DNF'd it. The scene with Nick cussing at her over the phone right after getting out of the hospital kept pricking at my curiosity and I had to know what happened. I pushed myself a bit farther (I usually dont force myself to read books that dont catch my attention.)
However, I'm glad I did with this one. It ended up gripping me and I loved it!

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Lots_O_Books
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Loved this book, just as I loved 2 of her other books I read, big little lies, and the husbands secret.

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Presley.berry
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I‘m currently obsessed with Liane Moriarty. I brought this book to the beach and it has been my favorite so far. What do you think is her best book?

MallenNC This one is my favorite also. 8mo
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CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy! 📚 7mo
Crazeedi I have enjoyed all of her books, If I have to choose I'd say this one but really they're all good and welcome to litsy!! 7mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 💖📖💖 7mo
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ReadingOverSleeping
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This is a definite feel good novel. It takes a realistic approach to marriage, probably children, infertility and other factors that affect adult lives. Life can really harden you if you take it too seriously. Let's laugh and love a little more. Focus on the good stuff, it makes the hard times easier. This ended a little too neatly for me but nonetheless #teamnosleep for #whataliceforgot

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My #top6reads of 2019 so far with What Alice Forgot as my #1.

Megabooks I reread What Alice Forgot recently. Still excellent! 8mo
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ReadingOverSleeping
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And sometimes you have to take a reading break to attend a wedding! #selfie #readingbreak

BookwormAHN Cute pic 😺 8mo
sudi Nice selfie 😊👍 8mo
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ReadingOverSleeping @sudi thanks! 🤗 8mo
LibrarianRyan Great shot 8mo
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Erin.Elizabeth10
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This book started off a little slow for me, but by the second half I was totally engrossed! Alice finds things out very slowly, which made me frustrated, but then once she started to learn more I was totally hooked! Moriarty is such a great writer and I love her characters! Overall, I would recommend!!

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ReadingOverSleeping
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Can someone explain to me why libraries limit online DOWNLOADABLE content?! 5 is not enough, stop limiting my nerd, hoopla! I need more books! #hoopla #stopthelimit

Eyelit It is frustrating! Also, I‘m jealous of your 5. I get 3 per month thru hoopla with my library 😄 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Eyelit what I don't understand is that it's downloads! Or streaming, how do you cap that?! And omg, 3 is insane! I'm usually maxed out with a week and half left without fail at 5! 8mo
charl08 It's money - your library pays a fortune for digital content! 8mo
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SassyBookworm My limit on Hoopla is 10! And I use Libby too and have 3 library cards with a limit of 12 each card 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @charl08 but also I pay plenty of taxes to support these types of shenanigans. Also, good point tho. I'm still salty about it 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @SassyBookworm actively looking into Libby! Thank you!!! Also 10?! I'm so jealous!!! 8mo
KathyWheeler My library‘s limit on Hoopla is 15. I buy books for a university library, and ebooks are expensive. The more access I want to allow to a book, the more I pay; a book that cost you $25 may cost me $250 to allow unlimited access. One ebook package I‘d like to provide is priced at $125,000 and it‘s not the most expensive. Public libraries are severely underfunded; not as much of your taxes go to them as you might think. 8mo
BooknerdsLife My library used to have a limit of 5 ebooks & 5 audio books for download too but recently increased to 10 each! Yay🙌🏼 Maybe yours will increase the limit in future too 🤗📚💖 (edited) 8mo
BooknerdsLife @KathyWheeler Wow!! I didn‘t know it cost that much for just one ebook! I wonder if it‘s the same for our public libraries here in Australia? 🤔 Make me feel so lucky that we are getting more & more new ebooks & audio books these days (edited) 8mo
Bertha_Mason I love that cat. 8mo
LibrarianRyan 1/ Time for PL ebook school. I 💝 Hoopla, but it is pay per use. I have not looked at the costs lately, so they may be off a little. A comic book is $0.99 each use. a novel or graphic novel is $2.99 o r$3.99 (cant remember), audio book $2.99-5.99 per use depending on book and publisher. Libraries are only charged after patrons down load something. Because of this libraries can set limits of how much $ they can spend in a day, month year etc 8mo
LibrarianRyan 2/ So libraries start out with an limit say 5 (like my library), but i there is still funds avilable at the end of the billing cycle the automatic system normally opens it up for patrons to have more. My library I can not check out a book after lunch because the daily funds are normally used up, however, I can normally get more than 5 a month, just not all at one time. 8mo
LibrarianRyan 3/ Hoopla is great because any patron can choose any book at at time. The library staff do not have to go and choose books that they want to purchase outright and hope someone will listen to.

Most other library lending like Libby, Overdrive, Cloud Library, and Axis 306, the libraries have to go and purchase individual books and audio books. You may think there are sales so get it at $0.99 and get going. Doesn't work like that for us.
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LibrarianRyan 4/ Each publisher is different, what isn't different is the massive amount a library has to pay for each digital downloadable item. Most of these are one person use at a time. Very few publics have the option of multiple users at a time. That is usually for academics only. You could go pick up the brand new James Patterson from your favorite downloadable retailer for about $13.99. A library buying that same ebook is going to pay about $89 8mo
LibrarianRyan 5/ that was not a typo. But each publisher is different. JP is PRH. Lets start with them. used to you would pay $$$$$$$ for a book but you had it forever, or as long as you had the platform. But they JUST changed that and are rolling it out next month, that access will now be metered. They are bringing the prices down, but also allowing your use of the ebook for so long (two years I believe). Oh and that cheaper price $69. HA!

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LibrarianRyan 6/ for the longest time, McMillian would not even sell ebooks to libraries. When they finally did, they went about 2 years where they would only sell to non-consortium ebook libraries (i.e. very few). then when they did start selling it was metered access. 52 check outs or 2 years. Which ever came first. Then you had to buy the book again. And this was for each copy. You didn't get to let 5 patrons check out that copy @ once, one at a time 8mo
LibrarianRyan 7/ then you have scholastic. They acutally have very cheep prices for libraries. we pay about what you would pay. however, we have to re buy them every 2 years. No matter how many times it has been checked out. This is horriable with kids books because of long series like Junie B and Magic Treehouse. UGGGGGGGHHHHHHH Having to buy the missing editions ever two year for series that are over 15 years old! 8mo
LibrarianRyan 8/ what I am trying to say is that libraries want more open access but we are limited by why the publishers are willing to let us do. And we are fighting. But the publishers keep changing things up. My fav publisher TOR told libraries that we now have to wait to offer their ebooks to our patrons. 4 MONTHS!!!!! We are not even allowed to buy their ebooks until they have been on the market for 4 MONTHS. their reason? Ebooks sales are down. 8mo
LibrarianRyan 9/ More and more publishers are going with metered access. Which means we only have access to a book we purchased for a limited number of checkouts or a limited time. IT SUCKS!!! Librarians wouldn't mind this, if the costs were lower or the time frame more in line with a print book. but its not. And there are so many libraries trying new things like Controlled Digital Lending, but they get push back from the publishers, or they get completely 8mo
LibrarianRyan 10/ ignored. Other food for thought I will not go on my complete Amazon rant, just a mini portion. Amazon does not like working with libraries. Self published individuals and small presses who only publish though Amazon, are not available digitally to most libraries (except for some of them using Overdrive or Libby). So you may want some big indie book, or want your best friends ebook at the library, but we cant purchase it. this is why ... 8mo
LibrarianRyan 11/ I tell people who want to self publish to go through someplace like Smashwords instead of Kindle.

I helped user in eReadIllinois. I still pay close attention to this topic because it frankly pisses me off (or could you tell). The way that libraries are seen as the enemy by publishers, and sometimes patrons, when it is the farthest thing from the truth. Our hands are tied, and our knife isn't shape enough to cut it. YET.

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LibrarianRyan 12/ I will also not share my Amazon is the enemy of book lovers speil. But trust me when I tell you that you library wants you to use their services. And yes you pay taxes, but I bet the amount you pay in taxes for your library, are less than any service on your tax bill. As a former director I know this to be true. When libraries say we are financially strapped, its not because we are over paying people, but because we are being gouged. 8mo
LibrarianRyan 13/ we are being stripped. We are seeing our funds fall while other departments like policing get funds because they are seen as essential and libraries are not. Illinois just passed $15 min wage. You think my libraries are struggling now, just watch what happens in the next five years. It's only going to get worse.

Sorry for the lecture.

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ReadingOverSleeping @LibrarianRyan that was a welcomed lecture! Thanks for the info, I had no idea the depths of the bs you guys are dealing with! How frustrating 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @KathyWheeler wow, that is insane! 125k is enough to purchase a small house! 8mo
KathyWheeler @LibrarianRyan Thanks for explaining the purchasing model for public libraries. I only know the one for academics. 8mo
KathyWheeler @BooknerdsLife I don‘t know for sure how the pricing works in Australia, but I am pretty positive that the price gouging of libraries regarding ebooks is a universal thing. (edited) 8mo
KathyWheeler @ReadingOverSleeping it‘s very frustrating. Journal publishers are even worse; by the end of our 3 year contact with one publisher, my medium sized library will be paying close to $1 million a year for their database — we have almost 200 databases. Not all are priced like that but they aren‘t cheap. 8mo
LibrarianRyan @KathyWheeler I‘m learning academic now. It‘s easier but much more expensive. Boss has had us upgrading our ebooks on Ebsco and yikes. But it helps us get it spent fast 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @KathyWheeler @LibrarianRyan what can we do to help? I never realized this was the case. While I'm feeling guilty about the post, I'm glad I got so much information! 8mo
KathyWheeler @ReadingOverSleeping You should NOT feel guilty about your post. It gave us a chance to talk about an issue that is really frustrating for librarians. We know our patrons don‘t know the cost, but we rarely get a chance to explain it. 8mo
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ReadingOverSleeping
What Alice Forgot | Liane Moriarty
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After the Hunger Games I needed something a little lighter for a few days. This is an interesting read so far. Alice has a head injury after a fall at the gym and looses ten years worth of memories. It got me thinking how I'd feel about myself today if I was suddenly 21. My answer is below - I'd love to hear yours! #questionandanswer

ReadingOverSleeping I think I figured who I was a little later in life, and it's not who I thought I'd be but it's better than I could have hoped. I've matured, I've figured out my priorities but best of all I found out the importance of gratitude and spirituality which basically influenced me to be kinder to those around me. I used to be very cut throat, but I've learned to be patient. 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping She'd be proud of me taking myself less seriously and being silly, and maintaining sarcasm beautifully. Don't sleep on me though, the b*tch in me is dormant, not dead - she'll make an appearance when necessary 😂 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping I have a lot to be grateful for for the last 10 years. One thing I'd be disappointed in is leaving behind a very social life, becoming more introverted though. 21 year old me would tell me she's dyinggg to go out! But 31 year old me is happy to be home hanging with my hubby or with a book 🤷 8mo
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Crazeedi @ReadingOverSleeping I would be grateful that I put my wild side away and that I found out what is really important in life. I would be proud that I am content with all I've been given. 8mo
Crazeedi @ReadingOverSleeping oh I'm definitely more hermit like as I've grown older. I'm comfortable with myself, though my hubby is a great man to have, he and I are content just being here together 8mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick 29 year old me would be mad that my "recent" weight loss efforts fell off and I'm now heavier. She might be a little disappointed that I've mellowed out, but happy I read more. She'd be glad to see I am still with the same guy, we no longer live with family, and I have a job with better hours that suits my personality. Overall a good assessment. 8mo
LapReader She would be very surprised and proud. Gone from quiet life in the suburbs to living in the city by the beach with all the things she ever wanted and more. 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Crazeedi sounds like we're very similar! ❤️ It's beautiful being content! So happy you are! 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick my God, I agree! 10 years ago I was going to the gym regularly and dropped 80lbs. I'm back to what I was before then. I think I'd be pissed after all that hard work! Lol so glad life has been kind to you! ❤️ 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @LapReader well that's a beautiful thing! What's it like hearing the ocean regularly?! Lol, suburban lifer here 8mo
Crazeedi @ReadingOverSleeping well I almost destroyed my life by being consumed by the bodybuilding I did for 16 years. Yes I had 6pack abs, yes i competed and won, but i paid the price. I'm back to my chubby self again and perfectly content 8mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Crazeedi wow! Learning what's important is the most important thing - being happy! ❤️ Glad you were able to let it go, especially if it wasn't bringing you joy 8mo
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I love this little romance from Moriarty! What if you went from 2008 to 1998? Forgot your three kids? Forgot why you were getting a divorce? Forgot your best friend who died? That‘s what happened to Alice after an accident in spinning class. Great multiple perspectives, great characters! Moriarty has a gift.

#downunder #wanderingjune #bfc #bfcr2 #bookfitnesschallenge 1/12 #goteam

TheEllieMo I‘m slightly nervous about my twice-weekly spin classes now😂 8mo
Caroline2 I loved this book too!! 😍 8mo
Emilymdxn #goteam ! I loved two other books by her but haven‘t tried this one, I should give it a go. 8mo
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Cinfhen This was fun!! Not my favorite but still worth a spin 😉 8mo
Megabooks @TheEllieMo lol! I doubt you‘ll lose ten years, even if you fall! 😉😁 8mo
Megabooks @Caroline2 yay! 😁😁😁🥰🥰 8mo
KathyWheeler I think I‘m mixing this book up with another one. I‘ve never read it because I thought it was about Alzheimer‘s, and I have a hard time with books on that topic. I‘ll have to check it out. 8mo
Megabooks @Emilymdxn you should! I love her pre-big little lies books more than the ones since., 8mo
Megabooks @Cinfhen oh, Cindy! 😉😘 8mo
Megabooks @KathyWheeler still Alice by Lisa Genova is about Alzheimer‘s. This is a cute book about odd, probably never happening in real life memory loss. Amazon advertised them close together, which probably contributed to confusion! 8mo
wanderinglynn I enjoyed this book. 👍🏻 8mo
cobwebmoth I'll have to try this one some time. Hooray for finishing a book! 8mo
BooknerdsLife Love this book so much! 8mo
Megabooks @wanderinglynn Me too! 😁👍🏻 8mo
Megabooks @cobwebmoth Yay!! I‘m generally reading 3-4 at once, so it‘s always a celebration when I finish one and can add a new to the mix. I think I‘m starting 8mo
Megabooks @BooknerdsLife This is probably my third favorite moriarty! 🥰🥰🥰 I‘m rereading all of hers this summer. 8mo
BooknerdsLife @Megabooks 😲 Third favorite? Which are the first two? 🤔 This one & Big Little Lies are my favorite so far 🤗 8mo
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Finished my first book for #BFCr2 I really like Liane Moriarty. The details of her novels don't always sick with me, but I always find them to be real page turners (so maybe that just means they have rereading potential?) and this one was no exception. I was completely engrossed and stayed up late to see how the character arcs resolved.
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Megabooks I‘m reading this for the second time right now. I just love her books! 8mo
LauraJ One book closer to success! 8mo
Hestapleton Oo, I read one Moriarty book every summer! She‘s SUCH a great summer read! 8mo
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Andrew65 I think this is my favourite book by this author so far. 8mo
StayCurious Good job - first book down! 8mo
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You know, here I am having this horrible day, and it‘s after 1 am. Probably the worst day I‘ve ever had with my mom, and I was staring at QVC, I know. Then I picked up my Liane Moriarty rereads, and I can‘t get this damn smile off my face. (I love her pre-BLL books!)

squirrelbrain Sorry to hear your Mum is still so poorly. Sending love 💕 and - yes, losing yourself in a good, fluffy book is always a great tonic... 😘 8mo
Trashcanman I hope the days ahead get kinder, for you and your mother. 8mo
TheEllieMo Sorry to hear you‘re having a hard time 😔Sending hugs 🤗 8mo
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BookwormAHN I'm glad you could find a little peace 💕 8mo
RachelO 🤗 And 🎉 for books that make you smile! 💕 8mo
Crazeedi ((Hugs)) ❤️😘 I hope today is better 8mo
Megabooks Thank you all so much! 💙 Mom has been for a cortisone injection in her worst joint and is resting now. Hopefully things are looking up! @squirrelbrain @Trashcanman @TheEllieMo @BookwormAHN @RachelO @Crazeedi 8mo
Crazeedi @Megabooks that's good 8mo
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WhatWouldJaneDo
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Think this is my fave Liane Moriarty so far! Alice hits her head at the gym and forgets 10 years of her life, thinking she is a 29-yo pregnant newlywed instead of mom of 3 in the middle of a divorce. I loved how Alice's sudden change of perspective made those around her start to look at the last 10 years in a new way as well, especially with Alice's sister Elizabeth.

swishandflick This is my favorite of hers! Super underrated compared to her more well known novels. (edited) 8mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @swishandflick it gets recommended on @annebogel podcast What Should I Read Next all the time so I decided to try it, very glad I did! I read Big Little Lies first so my next read (Truly Madly Guilty) of hers I was surprised that the"mystery" was much more everyday (instead of murder) and that really piqued my interest in her other books. 8mo
Megabooks I‘m rereading this now. Try this one after TMG 8mo
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Megabooks My all-time favorite is a tie between the above rec and 8mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @Megabooks I have The Hypnotist's Love Story and Three Wishes on my Kindle so one of them will definitely my next LM pick 😊 8mo
Megabooks @WhatWouldJaneDo Three Wishes is good, too! 8mo
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After being on vacation and then couch surfing for a few more days since our power was knocked out by storms the day we came home, it took Polly a while to forgive us. She's camped out on my tummy now so I guess I'm back in her good graces!

OrangeMooseReads Or she making sure you don‘t leave again 😸 8mo
WhatWouldJaneDo @OrangeMooseReads she did thwart my plan to take a bath tonight 😸 8mo
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Jediash1
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Finished up my latest book club book tonight while also getting in some snuggles with my cat. 😸 She‘s a great reading buddy.

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hes7
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“A ‘cheerfully engaging‘(Kirkus Reviews) novel for anyone who‘s ever asked herself, ‘How did I get here?‘”

My favorite of the Moriarty books I‘ve read, for sure.

Book 2 of #24b4Monday finished.
Current time: 11h36m

#bookfitnesschallenge #bfc

SumisBooks That's awesome! 👍 9mo
wanderinglynn Excellent progress! 🙌🏻 9mo
Clwojick A just read an article on “books to cruise through in less than 24hours” and this one was on it! Looks like that held true for you. 9mo
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jb72 I almost bought this book the other day. Glad to know it‘s good. I think I‘ll check my library for it. Good job! 9mo
Itchyfeetreader This was my favourite of hers by far. 9mo
BooknerdsLife This one is my favourite too! 9mo
Marina_h My favourite as Well! I've read if twice and will probably read it again. 9mo
Andrew65 Loved this book, my favourite Liane Moriarty. 9mo
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Sarahterry
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I loved it! I happen to be the same age as Alice and it was fun to reflect with her on the past ten years and how I have changed as well.

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Clwojick
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Because it wouldn‘t be a proper Readathon if I didn‘t track it all with a list! #ListersGottaList ♥️

Day 1 wasn‘t the greatest for reading time, but I have high hopes for Day 2! The hubby will be out all day playing pool with his dad, so hopefully I‘ll be able to focus more.

#25inFive #24B4Monday

Andrew65 Now that‘s what I call being organised! 😍 10mo
Clwojick @andrew65 I love a good handwritten list ❤️❤️ 10mo
Trashcanman Transpose, or stop your life, It's what you do 10mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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I liked most of her books, this one is on my tbr shelf.
#springintoreading #forget

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This is my favorite by her! 10mo
HKGirl I really liked this one! 10mo
BooknerdsLife Oh this one is one of her best!!! Loved this as much as Big Little Lies! 10mo
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Clwojick
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Sleepy totes would like me to stop reading, and cuddle him immediately. ♥️

tracey38 Tell him that no matter what he may believe, it IS possible to do both. 😊💛 He's so cute! 10mo
LauraJ Black cats are best 🖤 10mo
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Clwojick
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1. What Alice Forgot, Saving Grace, and Penny Dora and the Wishing Box
2. 🥴🥴🥴
3. 😍😂🥰
#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

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Megnogged
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Working on finishing up this one for #Hamilthon and someone wanted to help... 📖🐱🥰 #catsoflitsy #tuxedocats #readingbuddy

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Madison91
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Love Australians authors, and books set in Australia. Beautifully written and a nice easy read

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First book that came to mind for the #doyouremember prompt

#literaryluck @vkois88 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This was the book I had in mind for this prompt ❤️❤️ 11mo
Jee_HookedOnBookz @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️ oh yeah!! The status of the package to you is 'delivered'. Have you received it yet? I'm worried... 11mo
BooknerdsLife Aahhh love this book! And your cover is gorgeous 😍 11mo
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Jee_HookedOnBookz @BooknerdsLife me too! Found the cover on Google. Never seen it before! Looks nicer than the one I own 😅 11mo
BooknerdsLife @Jee_HookedOnBookz hahaaa 😄definitely better than mine too 11mo
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OriginalCyn620
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Crazeedi I enjoyed this one too! 11mo
Bookwm85forever I enjoyed this book!! 11mo
Liatrek On my TBR list. I have loved her other books😊 11mo
MallenNC This is my favorite of hers. 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This was the book I had in mind when I chose this prompt 😉 11mo
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LokiDokey
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So good. I didn't want to finish the book because it was so good. I think my younger self would like the person I am today.
Book 30/100 for 2019

Crazeedi I've liked almost all her books 11mo
LokiDokey @Crazeedi I'm going to have to add them to my TBR list 11mo
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Maewyn
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I think this often about people's Instagram and Facebook feeds.

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LokiDokey
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#FridayNightBookClub #DogsofLitsy
I'm reading "What Alice Forgot". I haven't been able to put it down since I started reading it. I'm pretty sure its going to be impossible to stop but I am eventually going to need sleep.
@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @JoScho

JoScho That looks perfect! 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s so good!! 11mo
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kstadt929
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I saw this on the Kindle Deals page for $1.99 and had to buy it because my #lmpbc members @BennettBookworm and @LiteraryinLititz highly recommended Liane Moriarty 😁

JenReadsAlot I liked it! 12mo
BennettBookworm Yay!! 11mo
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