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The End We Start From
The End We Start From | Megan Hunter
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Litsi
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The prose whispers itself into poetry. A sail boat becomes a “ diversion of cloth, wind and wood”. The sunset & the flood waters that have obliterated all become “The shimmering green- gray-blue terror. Orange in the evening then gone.” Every sail boat & every waterview sunset are just those things. That‘s all the new mother can absorb so that‘s all the text there is. After the flood, everything is subtextual, subliminal, submerged. Ambitious!

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BookNAround
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As the lake water starts its yearly August drop, I‘m picking up this short cli-fi catastrophe novel.

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Adventures-of-a-French-Reader
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In this novella, a woman and her baby are searching for refuge as London is submerged by the rising waters.
In parallel to the dire situation being described, we're witnessing the baby growing up.
This novella offers an interesting take on apocalyptic fiction, with sections in italics inspired by mythological & religious texts. It's a short read, a mix of prose, with a poetic layout whose content reads like diary entries.
Overall, a nice discovery

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The final surprise from #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub was porridge!

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Number 4 from #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub is an instruction sheet on how to build a campfire!

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Item number 3 from #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub was a QR code for Spotify to the song referenced on the page! 🎶

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The second gift for this book from #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub is a little book about growing your own vegetables!

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The first gift for this book from #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub was a handy little dynamo torch!

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Discovered a monthly book subscription called #TheEndOfTheWorldReadingClub for dystopian reads plus related 'gifts'. Super excited for my first read and can't wait to see what the gifts are (they're all wrapped with instructions to open at certain pages in the book!)

Reviewsbylola Oooooh, yet another book subscription to consider! I do love dystopian. 🤔 2y
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ozma.of.oz
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The U.K. is flooding and a small family must flee to safer ground.

It was refreshing to have a during/post disaster novel that didn‘t fall immediately into humanity is terrible and awful. There‘s a level of community and of hope here, that I want to see more of in this kind of book.

However, given the style of writing, the depersonalization of the characters through initials only, and the shortness of the story, this felt flat to me. 🌕🌕🌗🌑🌑

ozma.of.oz @TheAromaofBooks April‘s #DoubleSpin done! 😁 3y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 3y
Sg1224 @ozma.of.oz what did you think of the ending?! 3y
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ozma.of.oz @Sg1224 I‘m still not entirely sure. It felt a little jarring, that she was able to find R and that they were able to return to her apartment. But, I may have assumed that the devastation was worse than what the book showed. So perhaps it‘s not that unexpected. I did love the hopefulness of Z‘s first steps, though. I‘m torn. I think I would have liked this a lot more if I had listened to it. 3y
Sg1224 @ozma.of.oz I was also taken back by her finding R. And also I assumed there would be so much mold everything would need to be knocked down and rebuilt. I guess k@ projecting a bit because I have allergies and would‘ve probably had died if I had to go back and live in a place such as theirs...haha. 3y
ozma.of.oz @Sg1224 Yeah, I definitely wasn‘t expecting her finding R. I don‘t know, it‘s not like she didn‘t experience loss with other people. And it‘s not totally impossible that she would find him. Yeah, I‘m torn. 3y
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ozma.of.oz
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1. I‘ve been needing something to get the nibling moving, so today, after it cooled down, I hid teddy bears around the house and sent them on a bear hunt.
2. Tagged!
3. Drinking lots of water, sitting outside at least once a day, sleeping when I need to, and cleaning.
4. YES

#friyayintro @4thhouseontheleft @howjessreads

ValkyrieAndHerBooks Perfect answer on #4! 3y
alisiakae I agree with @ValkyrieAndHerBooks 👍🤣 3y
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ozma.of.oz
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“I am hours from giving birth, from the event I thought would never happen to me, and R has gone up a mountain.”

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

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ozma.of.oz
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Finally! Another day where it‘s above 45 degrees!

(It snowed yesterday! 😭😭)

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Libby1
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Sadly, the best thing about this book is its cover.

With stilted language and awkward descriptions (one passage describes the staticky sounds from a radio as sounding “post-coital” 😐), this book didn‘t deliver on its initial promise.

A post-apocalyptic story in a time of pandemic? Yes, but sadly, not an effective or satisfying one.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa You‘re right, great cover...sorry it didn‘t live up to it. 3y
ozma.of.oz That‘s disappointing. This is one of my bookspin reads for April. 3y
BarbaraBB That cover is great indeed! 3y
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Moray_Reads I felt just the same. It was obviously a stylistic choice but it didn't work 3y
Libby1 I‘m relieved you felt the same way since you have excellent taste, @Moray_Reads . ☺️ 3y
Libby1 @ozma.of.oz - I hope you‘ll enjoy it! 3y
Libby1 Hi, @BarbaraBB ! 👋 3y
BarbaraBB Hi! How are you? Hope you and your family are safe and feeling well 💕 3y
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Twocougs
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Haunting, poetic, tragic, then add in childbirth and a dystopian disaster. Her writing is bare bones and lyrical. Loved it but an see why some might struggle.

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Sg1224
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Enjoyed this poetic dystopian story-stitched together by the stories we‘ve heard of earths creation, or recreation. I especially enjoyed the character naming conventions & the struggles of being a first time mother with a newborn in an emerging and unstable world.

lele1432 This sounds interesting! 3y
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Floods are threatening London, forcing a young mother and her baby to make their way in this new dystopian world.

Sparsely told with beautiful prose. It is a short read that feels somewhat detached but I couldn‘t put it down until I finished.

Thanks @AThousandLives87 💕 this was part of the fantastic #dystopianblues package you sent me!

readordierachel Loved this one 💙 3y
CoffeeCatsBooks @readordierachel Yes and I love the cover too! 3y
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TheEllieMo
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I‘m undecided about this book. It‘s short, almost a novella, about a new mother coping in the aftermath of an environmental disaster that floods London (and presumably much of the south of the UK, not that that warrants a mention). Potentially a good story, but it‘s delivery, in disjointed sentences, and the use of initials rather than names - the mother is unnamed, the father is R, the child Z, and so on render it soulless. I just didn‘t care.

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Aimeesue
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The summer of cli-fi continues.…

readordierachel Loved this one! 3y
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Kayla.Adriena
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Another find at the book sale. I wish there was an easy way to get library plastic off 😬

Laughterhp Same. I need to figure it out too. I buy so many used library books! 3y
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Cinfhen
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#WanderingJune #LondonCalling In present day, London is slowly being submerged by relentless rains and people fear the end of the world is drawing near. An unnamed woman goes into labor, delivering her child named Z. Wanting to save Z, husband and wife risk fleeing London for higher ground. Chaos, confusion, resentment and turmoil ensues. I received both lovely editions as bday gifts last year. Thanks to @RachelO @TrishB 💙💙

GatheringBooks aww. book gifts are the best gifts ever. 3y
Cinfhen They certainly are @GatheringBooks even when you end up not loving the book🤪I still love receiving the book 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 3y
BarbaraBB The best part of the lyrics I think and just mentioned in @Eggs post. Also completely fitting the book which seems totally my kind of story! 3y
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Cinfhen I saw that @BarbaraBB 😉this book was really disappointing for me. It was written with such detachment that it left me with zero impact😣 3y
BarbaraBB Lol, I didn‘t mean it that way 😘. Also if you hated it I probably will too. But it sounds good definitely!! 3y
TrishB The best part of this book is definitely the cover 😁 3y
Cinfhen I wasn‘t in the less insulted @BarbaraBB if I gave that impression xx @Eggs post sort of helped to inspire mine 😜 did you not like this book @TrishB I wasn‘t sure?!?? You might like it @BarbaraBB it‘s VERY slim ( less than 100 pages ) I already regifted both copies or I would have sent book to you 💜 3y
BarbaraBB 💜 3y
TrishB Nope! I think she should write poetry if that‘s what her novels are going to be like! Obvious talent but I think you‘re right, just leaves you cold. 3y
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Laughterhp
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I read this for #Booked2019 - Clifi

Quick read, only 120 pages and it is not written like your typical book. No one has a name. The unnamed narrator has a baby while London is starting to get flooded and come under water. The story is about her journey and her child growing up. A lot is purposely vague and you don‘t really know what happened. She meets different people who help her get through this while all the resources dry up.

alisiakae The Clifi genre seems to have growing pains, most of the reviews I have seen for the prompt are only so-so. 3y
Laughterhp @4thhouseontheleft Well that‘s good to know. I don‘t think I‘ve really read a clifi book before this. I had to look at lists online to find one. 3y
Cinfhen I somehow missed your post! I actually HATED this book. It left zero impact. 3y
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Satellitestar
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A quick, intense read. Found it on a list of motherhood/apocalypse books. Recommend!

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The.Intentional.Reader
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Starting this small book today. Message seems to be hope in disaster. The author is very lyrical and beautiful in her storytelling.

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Cinfhen
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#MarchIntoThe70s This book, a present day apocalyptic London submerged underwater should have been a brilliant read but the sparse detached writing left me underwhelmed. #AnarchyInTheUK

AlaMich The premise sounds very intriguing. Too bad it was disappointing. 4y
Lizpixie I hate it when you have such high hopes for a unique story & it lets you down👎💔 4y
gradcat It does sound like a great plot, but alas—too bad it didn‘t hold up for you...still, a great post! 4y
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shadowspeak17
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Mehso-so

⭐️⭐️⭐️
I must have jinxed myself with my last post. 😂 Oh, well. This wasn‘t bad or anything, it was just okay. I like the style it was written in and the juxtaposition of new motherhood and catastrophe. Unfortunately, I just felt like the story held me too much at a distance which kept me from really feeling for the characters.

#booked2019 #clifi
#catsoflitsy #Phoenix

ReadingRover That cat smirk is priceless! 😼 4y
Cinfhen I was really disappointed by this book. Your review is spot on. Writing & storytelling was too detached. Didn‘t work for me 4y
booklahoma Great review by Phoenix! And @shadowspeak17 , too! 4y
Crazeedi Your kitty is just gorgeous !😻😻 4y
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whatrebeccasread
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A short but powerful dystopian story that really makes you think. The UK is underwater due to rapidly rising sea levels & this book explores the story of one woman coping with motherhood, love, loss & chaos all at the same time. Don't go in expecting full descriptive paragraphs and lengthy dialogue because that's not what you'll find. I really liked this one so it's 5 stars from me.

My full review is up on my blog now 📚

KristenDuck Interesting. I‘ve never heard of this one but I love dystopian novels. 4y
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Joanne1
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I loved this tiny book. I loved its sparseness, its elegance and the trust it offered to the reader to fill on the gaps. This is the ultimate literary lesson in the less is more rule, something more writers should heed.

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There are so many different kinds of quiet, and only one word for them. The quiet in the house has matured from quiet as lack of noise to something else, a textured, grainy quiet, a thickness to stumble through 🌊

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Joanne1
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A lesson in saying a lot in very few words. Beautiful.

BittersweetBooks I‘m starting this one right now!! 4y
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daena
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A few last minute short reads in an attempt to finish off my #LitsyAtoZ 2108 challenge.

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Mehso-so

This was short, intense, lyrical and beautiful. But it just didn‘t touch me 🤷‍♀️

On the night the world is flooded, a child is born and a mother is formed. As the MC‘s focus is on her newborn, so is the reader‘s focus moved from the dystopian disaster to the bonding between mother and child, which was the best part of the book. If it had just made me feel SOMETHING this would have been a pick.

TrishB Same 👍🏻 4y
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BeckyLeJ
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It‘s definitely #socksunday weather again. Here‘s to warm socks, cozy blankets, and new books! This post apocalyptic read is slim and spare but it‘s a powerful story of motherhood and survival.

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Kalalalatja
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Big thanks to @Cinfhen for sending me this pretty book ❤️ and the pen and sticky notes are cute!

I haven‘t seen this edition before, but it is so lovely! I just hope the book lives up to its pretty exterior 🤞

#Bookmail #Littensarethebest

Cathythoughts So lovely 💕💕💕 4y
TrishB Lovely 💕 4y
AmyG How nice of her. She‘s a gem. ❤️ 4y
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BeansPage OMG I love those sticky notes!!!! 4y
Kalalalatja @Cathythoughts @TrishB @AmyG @TheReadingMermaid that Cindy really knows how to treat a fellow Litten ❤️ @Cinfhen 4y
TrishB She does 💕 4y
Cinfhen I sent this to you ages ago that I completely forgot ....So happy it arrived!!!!! I‘m curious to hear your thoughts about the book...I was slightly underwhelmed (edited) 4y
ephemeralwaltz 😍😍😍 4y
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#septemberdanes @Cinfhen @Kalalalatja

I forgot to post yesterday. #TheDayAfterTomorrow reminded me of this apocalyptic book by Megan Hunter. It's a very slim book, the writing is poetically weird and the story stayed with me for a very long time.

Today's prompt reminded me of a book on my #TBR. #BonjourMadame

Schnoebs I love everything about that cover of the little Paris bookshop. I don‘t know if I like if more than my version but wow is it a close contender! 4y
Kalalalatja I really wanted to read the tagged book, but I saw so many bad reviews, so I unstacked it again. Maybe I should reconsider? 🤔 4y
julesG @Kalalalatja I read the ARC. At first I thought this was a draft, not the finished version, but then I got it. And although it is written in a strange way, I really liked it. 4y
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julesG @Kalalalatja Maybe because of the weird writing. 4y
julesG @Schnoebs It was a total eBook #coverbuy. I'm so shallow. 😁 4y
Kalalalatja I‘m stacking it again! 4y
julesG @Kalalalatja It's less than 100 pages, you'll fly through it. 4y
Schnoebs I wonder if it‘s available in physical copy with that cover. Will investigate lol 4y
Cinfhen I panned the tagged book @Kalalalatja and I'm happy to send u my copy. It just didn't satisfy me #highexpectations 4y
Kalalalatja @Cinfhen well, I can‘t say no to that, thank you! ❤️❤️ But I‘ll definitely keep my expectations to a minimum! 4y
Cinfhen Since my phone is kaput I lost ALL my contacts ~ please email me with your address cindyh666 at iCloud dot com @Kalalalatja 4y
Kalalalatja @Cinfhen just sent you an email now 😘 (edited) 4y
julesG It's probably good to go into this with #lowexpectations @Cinfhen @Kalalalatja 4y
julesG @Schnoebs It must be. It's probably the UK edition or so. 4y
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Caterina
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I started this #audiobook during my #audiowalk today for the #25infive #readathon! (Currently at 3/25 hours between 3 books.) It‘s very lyrical and quiet and unemotional, for an end-of-the-world type of book. I like it so far! Just as the new mother focuses on her baby rather than the world ending, so does the reader.

Side note- North Carolina is so green! It‘s jarring but nice!

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The writing here is sparse and lyrical, and the plot is intriguing. But there is not much connection to the characters, and I found the quirks of only calling them by letters rather than names frustrating. It is so short that it is hard to really develop a relationship with the work, but the writing is poetic.

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Finally pulling out my haul from #PhillyMeetUp2:
Philly bookmark from @BookBabe
The Reader and Four Past Midnight from the @EadieB Bookmobile
Tagged (signed!) book and goodies from our gift exchange
#Phillylittens outdid themselves! Such a great time

DivineDiana A signed copy! Nice! 4y
EadieB Hope you enjoy your books! 4y
Cinfhen Ohhh yay!! You got my package of goodies!!!FULL DISCLOSURE I did not like the book so I‘ll be curious to hear your thoughts!!! 4y
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Cinfhen
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Thanks to some serious jet lag {literally} I‘ve finished my first read for #backpackEurope 🇬🇧This novella didn‘t work for me. A woman gives birth to her first child, Z in the midst of an apocalyptic flood that submerges most of London forcing residents to flee the city and seek shelter elsewhere. Mother, child, son escape to higher ground as sleepless nights, changing bodies, frayed nerves & dire circumstances become their new landscape. 👇🏼

Cinfhen Without any dialogue, story structure, or naming of characters ( people are assigned an initial) we track the narrator‘s early days of motherhood as she learns what it means to be a parent in an unsafe and unknown world. This should have been brilliant but it was bleh, meh and sparse. Very unsatisfactory ( although, I will admit I‘m majorly cranky!!!) 4y
Cinfhen Thanks @TrishB for the gift, sorry I didn‘t love it. Can I move on @JenP !?!? I was thinking of taking a train to Scotland ??? 4y
TrishB Isn‘t it the middle of the night!!?? I didn‘t like it either 😁 I wanted you to make your own mind up though without my comments! It was just meh....and massively overhyped meh.... 4y
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Cinfhen Yes....it‘s 3:55 am jet lag is real @TrishB At least I‘m reading now, because I didn‘t read a single sentence the entire flight. I had a MAJOR migraine the entire travel day 🤕😥😭This book was really disappointing especially after the fantastic Standing Chandelier ( I LOVED that one) 4y
TrishB Hate jet lag 😔 hope you manage to get a nap at least!! And migraine whilst travelling sucks..... 4y
JenP @Cinfhen yes, you can move on. Sorry about the jet lag 4y
Cinfhen Thanks @JenP you‘re up early too!! 💗 4y
JenP @Cinfhen always, unfortunately. I work an hour away so I‘m always up by 6am on weekdays so I can make it to work on time 😭. 4y
Cinfhen 😯 what time do u get home at night?? @JenP commuting is exhausting 😴Do u do #audiobooks??? 4y
JenP @Cinfhen I do do audiobooks! I actually like commuting bc it‘s the only time during the day I get to myself 😊. I work 8-4:30 so I‘m home by 5:30. Not too bad 4y
alisiakae @Cinfhen Did you get any sleep last night? 😟 Jet lag is the worst, but it‘s usually harder for me when traveling in the opposite direction you travelled. 4y
Cinfhen I passed out at 8pm @4thhouseontheleft and I‘ve been up since 2:20am 😜it‘s funny because I do much better with jet lag on the other end (maybe because now my body is used to that time zone???) 4y
Cinfhen Isn‘t it pathetic that an hour commute in the car is considered “time to myself” Hope you have tomorrow off!!! Happy 4th, Jen ❤️ @JenP (edited) 4y
alisiakae @Cinfhen Probably! 4y
CoffeeAndABook Ugh, jetlag & migraines... 😩 it can only get better!!! Hope you had a good few hours of sleep after all and start fresh with a more fun book today!!! I‘m finding it hard to top The Stepford Wives and am in a reading slump anyhow, due to all the soccer. It‘s making me restless & unbalanced! My husband‘s about ready to have the World Cup over with 😉 Hope you have a lovely time with family!!!!!! 4y
Cinfhen I know!! The WC games have been ridiculous @CoffeeAndABook ⚽️ I‘m usually an ok flyer but Sunday kicked my ass!!! I‘m still a mess 😥😩🤕 4y
CoffeeAndABook I‘m so sorry @Cinfhen!! I hope you can rest & relax today?? 4y
CoffeeAndABook @Cinfhen Oh - and drink some excellent coffee maybe? That seems to be THE remedy for jetlag & migraines in one - and most of life‘s ailments in general ☕️💎 4y
Cinfhen Excellent advice @CoffeeAndABook 🤓I‘m already on my third cup ☕️ 4y
CoffeeAndABook @Cinfhen perfect 👌🏼 smallish doses throughout the day 😘 and loads of water - but living in Israel that‘s probably default for you, right? 4y
emilyhaldi Good luck with the jet lag- it‘s no joke! And nothing worse than being cranky and hate-reading a book 😜 enjoy the time with your family this week. Excited to have you back in our time zone!!!🇺🇸 4y
GlassAsDiamonds Oh Blegh, jet lag AND a Mhe book! 😭😭 Coffee, sunshine, maybe exercise? (Melatonin if you can get it?).... and a great book! 4y
Reviewsbylola I‘m sorry to hear your flight was so miserable. 😰 4y
CoffeeAndABook Hope you‘re feeling a lot better today!! Happy Fourth of July to you🇺🇸🌭🌽🍔🍻🎆🗽🇺🇸 4y
Cinfhen I am!!! Thanks so much @CoffeeAndABook 😘 4y
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RealLifeReading
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Sushi lunch and a wander in Barnes and Noble makes for a happy Mother‘s Day treat. Have you read this? It sounds pretty good!

ju.ca.no It looks pretty good too :) 5y
DebbieGrillo I started to listen. It was awkward. I think it might have been better without audio. 5y
LitLogophile Oh it‘s pretty 5y
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TrishB I‘ve read. Just not long enough for me- would have been a good story if it had been developed as the writing is lovely. 5y
tjwill I read it and enjoyed it. It is beautifully written, but so short. 5y
readordierachel I loved it. It's like poetry. 5y
Crobbin I listened to this. Lovely mother child. 5y
jhod I read it this week and loved it 5y
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Different read for me, but I liked it. Very quick, only two parts on audio (and I listened at double speed). Not a shocking plot line, I just liked the narration.

readordierachel I really loved this book. 5y
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Waterstones
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Our Fiction Book of the Month is the phenomenally powerful The End We Start From. In a bleak world that could be closer than we think, a woman fights for safety with a new born baby. Utterly moving, beautifully depicted, uplifting and quite honestly unmissable.

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BekahPat
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Happy Independent Book Store Day! Made a road trip to support my favorite Houston indie Brazos bookstore. Such a fun day.

My_novel_obsession I miss Brazos!!! 5y
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Jescy
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Poignant, fulfilling, lyrical and hopeful.

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