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The Mercies
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave
"Every once in a while, a modern day parable, perfectly told, reflects all that could happen in a world gone mad."-Adriana Trigiani Finnmark, Norway, 1617. Twenty-year-old Maren Magnusdatter stands on the craggy coast, watching the sea break into a sudden and reckless storm. Forty fishermen, including her brother and father, are drowned and left broken on the rocks below. With the menfolk wiped out, the women of the tiny Arctic town of Vard must fend for themselves. Three years later, a sinister figure arrives. Absalom Cornet comes from Scotland, where he burned witches in the northern isles. He brings with him his young Norwegian wife, Ursa, who is both heady with her husband's authority and terrified by it. In Vard, and in Maren, Ursa sees something she has never seen before: independent women. But Absalom sees only a place untouched by God, and flooded with a mighty evil. As Maren and Ursa are drawn to one another in ways that surprise them both, the island begins to close in on them, with Absalom's iron rule threatening Vard's very existence. Inspired by the real events of the Vard storm and the 1621 witch trials, The Mercies is a story of love, evil, and obsession, set at the edge of civilization.
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TalesandTexts
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Mehso-so

This book is based on the 1621 witch trials in Vardo, a small island in Norway. It fails to evoke sorrow and empathy.

The LGBTQIA+ romance doesn‘t feel like an actual love story; something‘s missing.

The lives of the women, the period of accusations, the witch trials and the consequent hysteria aren‘t explored in depth. The pacing is too slow and there is too much focus on the protagonists‘ inner monologues.

The narration isn‘t very clear.

TalesandTexts I really enjoyed this author‘s other book - The Dance Tree - another historical fiction about the Dance Plague. 3w
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BookishTrish
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Pickpick

Could not put this work of historical fiction down! Loved the setting (rural Norway during a witch hunt) and the characters. Parts of it reminded me of The Miniaturist - high praise indeed.

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Mrs_B
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Pickpick

This is definitely much darker than I had expected based on the cover. Set in 1600 Norway, and based on real events this is about grief and love. I felt like I was on the island with Maren and Ursa, willing them to survive. Intimately and powerfully written.

Mrs_B So much so I had to skip the chapters with the witch burning, I just felt too close to them all. 2mo
Librarybelle I really liked this one! 2mo
bookandbedandtea That is a beautiful cover! 😍 2mo
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Reggie I love this book so much. Just takes a few men to ruin EVERYTHING. 2mo
Velvetfur I really liked this one too, it's so dark ☺️ 2mo
Mrs_B @Librarybelle I think it‘s going to stay with me for a while. 2mo
Mrs_B @Reggie to be fair there are a couple of women who help them along the way. (Then regret it) 2mo
Mrs_B @bookandbedandtea it is so pretty, but for some reason it made me think it was set somewhere warm and sunny. 🤦‍♀️ 2mo
Mrs_B @Velvetfur definitely chilling! 2mo
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ChaoticMissAdventures
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Pickpick

This is a dark and lovely story about grief. A village in Norway loses most all of their men in a storm while fishing. The women must learn to survive, and in so doing bring down the rath of Christian men. Ursala is given to a minister for his wife as he is on his way to the village to reign in these strong willed women.
Gorgeously written and filled with beautiful characters.
I enjoyed this much more than Burial Rites

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ChaoticMissAdventures
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#scarathlon #wordsearch #TeamWhiYaGonnaCall

I listen to this on audio, but flipped through the physical book while watching Buffy to do word search. I doubt I caught everything (I couldn't access it for free digitally) but if you want to find Bloody, Witch, and Dark in a non-Halloween book Nordic is the way to go!

1831 points

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ChaoticMissAdventures
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#weeklyforecast
Patricia is my #bookspin of the month
Heart Shaped Box is #TeamWhoYaGonnaCall #Scarathlon #buddyread

Need to get Weight of Blood and Waiting for Ted back to the library

I keep seeing everyone read Pumpkin head so I am feeling the need!

I was supposed to be reading Swan Song all this month it is chunky, but I started it and am not feeling the pull to pick it up. It might be my DNF of the month.

FlynnDewey At least we still have three weeks! 9mo
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Jen2
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Pickpick

Enjoyed it

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Kenyazero
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Pickpick

Weirdly, this is the 3rd or 4th witch hunt/burnings book I‘ve read this year. This is really well written and interesting, and does a great job of character development and crafting the remote setting. It is also stressful (check content warnings), as witch hunt books usually are! #LGBTQ #LGBTQIA #WitchHunt

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Bertha_Mason
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave

If I got tortured to death for no fucking reason except my neighbors' petty beefs, and someone published a book like this about it, I would haunt the shit out of them.

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Bertha_Mason
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Panpan

Feelgood bullshit. I'm not reading historical fiction about real-life witch trials to Get Inspired By Tales Of Courage And Sisterhood, because there aren't any of those tales to fucking find in the history of witch trials. Witch trials were about greed and cowardice and spite and power-hunger, and the horrible fragility of both moral principles and truth, under torture.

SamAnne I wasn‘t a fan of this one either. 14mo
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Bertha_Mason
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave

"Her husband‘s eyes are fixed upon the minister with an intensity he usually reserves for the middle distance."

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Bertha_Mason
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"He had started calling her Ursula instead of "wife," asking how she was feeling in Norwegian, small gestures at effort, perhaps even affection."

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Bertha_Mason
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"I have [the king's] ear and you can be sure your name will be poured into it." ?

Bertha_Mason Oh my gawd, I just remembered that the king of Norway at the time was Danish, so that IS possibly a reference to Hamlet. 14mo
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Bertha_Mason
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"When she stands, it is as if there are bubbles between all her bones, and they pop in her ears."

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Soubhiville
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My March Wrap Up. The Mercies was my favorite, but I loved a lot of these. Another great reading month!

Hooked_on_books I loved The Mercies! Her new one came out recently and I‘m excited to read it. 1y
bthegood The Mercies keeps showing up on posts as a good read -so it's time to stack it - 🙂 1y
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Soubhiville
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I was surprised how much I loved The Mercies! So much it was my best fiction read for March. I definitely want to read more by Hargrave!

TheBookHippie I read this for #FOODANDLIT . I was surprised how much I liked it. 1y
PurpleyPumpkin This was an excellent book! It was my favourite book of 2022, came out on top on my book bracket.👍🏽 1y
EmilyM I really enjoyed The Mercies, too! 1y
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Cazxxx
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Pickpick

Didn‘t know much about this before going in but loved every minute of this historical fiction book. Based on the witch hunts in Norway this follows some strong female characters dealing with the patriarchy.
The end was so sad and had me in tears
A bit of a slow start but once it got going I couldn‘t put it down!

4 ⭐️

Reggie When her friend is being about to be burned and she hears her friend call her name…😭. Kirsten I think it was. 1y
Cazxxx @Reggie Oh yes that was absolutely heartbreaking 😞 1y
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Soubhiville
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Pickpick

I have a book hangover. I went in not knowing much and so this was quite different than I expected.

The writing is wonderful, I fell in love with the setting and characters. The end is devastating. Finding out in the afterword that it was historical fiction, so terrible. I come out of it angry with organized religion and patriarchy, more than usual even.

That said, wow, great book! Bonus: the cover goes with my dishes 😆.

Soubhiville #12challenge recommended by my cousin Jody who isn‘t on Litsy. 1y
jlhammar I really liked this one. I was just trying to decided whether or not to order her newest (I'm sure I will eventually) 1y
Bette Lovely picture 📸❤️👍 1y
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tpixie Great review. Love your plates and photo!! 1y
Deblovestoread Loved this one. And loved The Dance Tree even more. @jlhammar 1y
Soubhiville That‘s great to hear @Deblovestoread , @jlhammar and I have a great book to look forward to! 1y
RobES Beautiful plate and super recommendation 👍✨️ 1y
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JenniferP
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Pickpick

Historical fiction based on a 1600s witch hunt in a remote northern island in Norway. In the opening scenes 40 men from this small community (virtually all the adult men) die in a storm while fishing. This brings the remaining community of women to the attention of the male political leaders with disastrous results.

Suet624 Yikes. 1y
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Soubhiville
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#weeklyforecast @Cinfhen

This week I‘ve got 3 Buddy reads, a bookclub read, and a hilarious audio chosen just because I heard Neil Patrick Harris narrates it. (Murder Your Employer- great so far!)

I won‘t finish them all, but should get a good way through those I don‘t. 😁📚❤️

BookBelle84 I'm listening to the same one and loving it! 1y
Cinfhen I‘ll have to check out that audio!! Happy reading 😁 1y
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RebelReader
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Pickpick

Waiting for my windshield to unthaw go I can get to the library before the 1-2 feet of snow dumps on us over the next 2 days. Winter is definitely not over in Minnesota. This book was quite good about the witch hunts in Norway. Someone on here recommended it, but I cannot recall who it was.

TEArificbooks This was one of my top reads last year 1y
Librarybelle This was a great book! 1y
RebelReader @TEArificbooks @Librarybelle It may have been one of you that turned me on to this one. I have an ancestor that was hung as a witch so I‘m always interested in this topic. 1y
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Tamra Stay safe! We‘re all snugged up with snacks & a full freezer. Made a Target pick-up run this afternoon just as the snow started in earnest. You made a library run! 👍🏾 1y
Tamra I enjoyed the tagged book too! 1y
Reggie Stay warm! I also loved this book but it made me so angry and sad. 1y
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Amiable
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Pickpick

Third book completed off my #AuldLangSpine list from @Deblovestoread . It was a bit of a strange read for me—I enjoyed it while I was reading it but was never in a hurry to pick it back up again after I put it down. I did appreciate the historical aspects that drove me to Google to discover what really happened with the witch trials in Finnmark in 1617-1619.

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Hannah_11
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Pickpick

When I read the blurb for this I knew it would be right up my street. It did not disappoint! I was hooked from the beginning, a beautifully written story of some incredible women. What more could you want?
#pick #themercies #love

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PurpleyPumpkin
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And that‘s a wrap for my 2022 reading year! It was a great year of reading with The Mercies being the standout. Looking forward to more great reads in 2023!
(December 31, 2022)

ShelleyBooksie That's a cool way to narrow it down! 2y
Deblovestoread Such a great book. It made my #Top22of22. 2y
AlaMich That‘s really nifty! 2y
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PurpleyPumpkin @ShelleyBooksie @AlaMich First year I tried this book/reading bracket and I think I‘ll do it again! It was fun reviewing my reads of the year. 2y
PurpleyPumpkin @Deblovestoread 👍🏽It really was a fantastic book. 2y
ShelleyBooksie How did you narrow it.down to 2 books per month? 2y
PurpleyPumpkin @ShelleyBooksie I picked my favourite book each month and then picked my favourite between two months and narrowed it down that way. I have to say that it could have been tricky picking just one fav each month. But, it ended up being easier than I anticipated! 2y
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Deblovestoread
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#12Booksof2022. Loved this book about a small village and the women who became integral to its survival. After reading her newest The Dance Tree she is an auto buy author for me. #12daysofChristmas

Andrew65 Second person already to post this book. 2y
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Librarybelle
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For February‘s #12BooksOf2022 , this is a definite standout - atmospheric historical fiction that really reminded me of Hannah Kent‘s Burial Rites, which is one of my favorite books. Witch hunts and superstitions and religion and the patriarchy…what could be better? Based on a true story too.

RebelReader Ooohh that sounds so good and I loved Burial Rites too! 2y
Andrew65 Sounds superb. 2y
Magslhalliday I really enjoyed it too. 2y
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Librarybelle @RebelReader @Andrew65 Definitely a worthy read! 2y
Librarybelle @Magslhalliday I love reading historical fiction like this! 2y
TheBookHippie I enjoyed this! 2y
Librarybelle @TheBookHippie It made me look into more of the history. So sad! 2y
TheBookHippie @Librarybelle I did that too, and I so agree. Broke my heart. 2y
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Smarkies
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Mehso-so

Very lyrical writing but it was a little too slow for me. I may not have been able to get through it if it was not my option for #aboutanonpatriarchalsociety for #booked2022

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Chelsea.Poole
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Pickpick

1600s remote Norway where inhabitants rely on the sea. The men of the village are shipwrecked and the women are left to carry on without husbands, brothers, fathers. They are doing fine until an outsider comes to their shores and begins accusing women of witchcraft. I liked the story but I listened to the audiobook which matched the tone of the book, but a bit flat.
completes my 1st #booked reading challenge! #booked2023 #nonpatriarchalsociety

Chelsea.Poole @Cinfhen @alisiakae @BarbaraTheBibliophage -- thanks for hosting! Looking forward to next year :) 2y
Cinfhen Yay!!!! Congrats 🎊🍾🎈 and we now have the link up to enter the 4th quarter drawing : Here's the short URL to the form: https://forms.gle/sMyR1gVJciu1HqkA9 2y
Cinfhen Also I love your tree 🌲 ♥️ 2y
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Megabooks
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Pickpick

This is an interesting novel, but I didn‘t enjoy the #audiobook narration. It was too monotone for me. However, this finishes both #pop22 and #booked2022! 🎉🎉

In the 1600s, a ship carrying all the men in a small northern Norwegian village capsizes, leaving the women to build a #NonPatriarchalSociety. But trouble comes when King James I sends a minister to oversee the women and they don‘t want him there.

Librarybelle I really enjoyed this one! 2y
BarbaraTheBibliophage Woot!! 🥳🥳 I need to finish our Google form for the last drawing of 2022!! 2y
Cinfhen Woohoo-!!!! Congrats on completing #Booked2022 & #Pop22 🎉🎊🎉🎊 2y
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squirrelbrain Yay for finishing double challenges on a #doubledip! 🎉🎉🎉 2y
BarbaraBB Great achievement 🙌🏽 2y
KarenUK Woo hoo!!! 2y
Megabooks @Librarybelle the plot was excellent! 2y
Megabooks @BarbaraTheBibliophage yay! Excited to enter! 2y
Megabooks @Cinfhen @squirrelbrain @BarbaraBB @KarenUK it was an epic #doubledip to finish two great challenges! I‘ve loved playing along with y‘all on pop the last two years. 💜💜 2y
BarbaraBB And we‘re still waiting for the next one!! 2y
Megabooks @BarbaraBB I know right?! 2y
jenniferw88 Comes out 1st December (this Thursday) 2y
Megabooks @jenniferw88 thanks for the heads up!! @BarbaraBB see what Jenny said! 👍🏻👍🏻 (edited) 2y
Deblovestoread Congrats on finishing both challenges 🎉 2y
Cortg Rockstar ⭐️ I wasn‘t a big fan of this read and also did the audio, so maybe it was one for the print? Either way, CONGRATS! 2y
Reggie This book was so frustrating. They were doing so well on their own. 2y
BarbaraBB @jenniferw88 Wow, I didn‘t know! Thanks! 2y
Cinfhen Woohoo!!! December 1!!! Can‘t wait- how are you feeling @jenniferw88 ??? 2y
jenniferw88 @Cinfhen in general, or about the challenge 😂? In general, very well, but excited about the challenge to see how many #doubledips (or more) I can do! 2y
Cinfhen Well both @jenniferw88 but I remember you mentioned you had an appointment regarding your heart ♥️ 2y
jenniferw88 @Cinfhen 😊😂😂😂 no results yet, but they didn't keep me in so that's a good sign (this particular hospital is very 'bolts and braces' - they like to cover all angles), so think they'd have said something then if it didn't look right. 2y
Cinfhen Oh good @jenniferw88 🥰😘 2y
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BarbaraBB
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Pickpick

This was quite an interesting read about the which hunting taking place in 17th century Norway. Set on the small island of Varsø, where a sudden storm has wiped out the entire male population, women rule. One day a new Commissioner arrives with his wife. While she takes to the women of the island, his mission is to find out what caused that storm that took all the men.
Thanks for sending this one to me Cindy ??

#pop22 #aboutwitches

TrishB There is an Amazon parcel on its way for your b. Day. It will hopefully be next week😁 2y
Cinfhen Look who‘s driving 💕💕😊Glad you liked this one 😘 2y
Cortg Yay! Glad you liked it 😊 2y
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squirrelbrain Glad you enjoyed it! 2y
BarbaraBB @TrishB Thank you so much! Your birthday is first and a parcel it on its way to you too 😀😘 2y
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen Sharp eye, her first time! I did like it! Thanks again 😘 2y
TrishB Thank you 😘 I was trying to be organised! 2y
Megabooks Look at R all grown up and driving! 💜💜 this book is still on my TBR. 2y
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kierstenkaplan
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Mehso-so

This book is based off in Norway in 1617. I thought this book had great and detailed descriptions. It was hard to understand for me what exactly was going on but I think I made my own inferences while reading.

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kierstenkaplan
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave

I thought this book has great descriptions that were easy to understand.

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kierstenkaplan
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“The boats are loosely pegged out against it by their two small lights, bow and aft, barely flickering”

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Apolandvery
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“as she watches, a final flash of lighting illuminates the hatefully still sea, and from its blackness rise oars and rudders and a full mast with gently stowed sails, like underwater forests uprooted.”

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Apolandvery
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The Mercies is a great book that takes the reader on a journey of love, obsession, and evil. I think this is a must read for older grades.

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Apolandvery
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Pickpick

The Mercies by Koran Millwood Hargrave( 2020) is a book about a twenty year old who lost her brother and father in storm, along with many others. Three years later someone arrives who she becomes drawn too. This book was also inspired by real events. This book is about love, evil, and obsession.

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emmadomo
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And then maybe both of them are screaming but there is no sound save the sea and the sky and all the boat lights swallowed and the boats flashing and the boats spinning, the boats flying, turning, gone

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emmadomo
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Powerful

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emmadomo
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave
Pickpick

This book is about a devastating storm that wipes out Maren‘s father and brother out at sea. Maren stands on the coast and watches it all happen before her eyes. Maren and the rest of the widowed women become independent and strong. The commissioner does not like what he sees

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Emitalski
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“Maren‘a ears ring with silence.”

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Emitalski
The Mercies | Kiran Millwood Hargrave

I really like how this story takes the true events of Norway and paints an imaginative story to captivate readers of all ages.

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Emitalski
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Mehso-so

This book was published in 2019 and is a book about 20 year old Maren. The details of this story captivate you and place you in Finnmark, Norway in 1617. The words describe the setting with such detail. This is a story about tragedy and how people may come together to stand for themselves in a time of need.

BarbaraBB I am reading this one now too! 2y
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Itchyfeetreader
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How lucky have I been thank you so much @Cupcake12 this is a perfect package for me! I also wanted to thank and @Avanders for setting this up. It was my first swap in ages.

Avanders 🍂🍁♥️🫶🏽 2y
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Cortg
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Also #Booked2022 ~ Non-Patriarchal society

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Cortg
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Mehso-so

I was super excited to read this story based on the historical events of the Vardo storm and the 1620 witch trials. Unfortunately, I found it somewhat dull. I loved that it was set in Norway on an island where the men were killed at sea during a storm and the women were living on their own until a witch hunter is sent. I‘m using it for #pop22 ~ a book set in a no patriarchal society.

Megabooks I‘m thinking about using this book as well, but I‘ve been hesitant. 2y
BarbaraBB I have been planning to read this one for the witches prompt. Or isn‘t it about witches?? 2y
Cortg @BarbaraBB Yes, it is about witches as well and will work for the prompt! 2y
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Cortg @Megabooks This is a tough prompt for me in the challenge. I found the premise of the book to be fascinating, I just didn‘t love the follow through. Her writing didn‘t do it for me 🤷🏻‍♀️ 2y
squirrelbrain I really liked this one @Megabooks @BarbaraBB - it‘s kind of ‘slow‘ but that am be a good thing. I‘m sorry you didn‘t like it so much Cortney. 2y
Cinfhen I enjoyed this one and her newest book but I can see how her writing might not appeal to everyone. She has a very distinct style- strong character development and sense of setting but little action. I think you‘d both like it if you lower expectations @Megabooks @BarbaraBB and now it‘s a slow paced read 2y
Cortg @squirrelbrain @Cinfhen I‘m glad you enjoyed it! I‘m surprised I didn‘t like it more because slow reads and strong characters/development are my jam. I did do the audio, so maybe that was my problem? In any case, I‘m off to my next read and wishing everyone a lovely weekend 😀 2y
Cinfhen It‘s true, sometimes print works better than audio and sometimes a book just isn‘t the right fit 🤷🏼‍♀️Have a wonderful weekend- what ya reading next!??? 2y
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen I am sure I‘ll like it if you did. And you sent it to me, I am looking forward to it and have it lined up soon! 2y
Cortg @Cinfhen I‘m @ 1/3 of the way through Crying in H Mart for book club and starting the tagged book in audio recommended by my dental hygienist‘s son 😂 2y
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Coffeymuse
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I can't...I just can't. This books moves slow like molasses in January and I just don't want to read anymore of it. I'm at the point where I'm reading maybe 20 pages over lunch and don't want to pick it up after hours.
This was for a Booked2022 prompt and the third book I've attempted for “non-patriarchal society“. So I put a hold on Stephen King's “Night Shift“ and going to count “Children of the Corn“ as a fulfillment of that prompt.

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Coffeymuse
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“The Mercies“ is taking longer than expected to finish. I didn't read this weekend cause I couldn't get into it. Which is funny because I want to know what happens. So this will be my lunch book this week and hopefully I'll get it done in time to dip into “Ramona Blue.“
#WeeklyForecast #BookReport

Cinfhen Mercies is great for a lunch book dip ❣️ 2y
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shortsarahrose
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Thank you so much @sprainedbrain for this fantastic #spookysummerswap package! This book sounds so interesting! I love the holographic moon phase bookmark and always love anything related to my astrological sign ♒️

April, as usual, had to inspect #catsoflitsy

sprainedbrain Yay! I really liked this book, and when I saw it on your tbr thought it would be perfect. Hope you enjoy! 2y
shortsarahrose @sprainedbrain this book was definitely a #blameitonlitsy addition to my wishlist 2y
shortsarahrose Thanks @paperwitchs for hosting! 2y
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