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Razorblade Tears
Razorblade Tears: A Novel | S. A. Cosby
A black father and a white father join forces on a crusade for revenge against the people who murdered their gay sons, by the award-winning author of Blacktop Wasteland Ike Randolph has been out of jail for fifteen years, with not so much as a speeding ticket in all that time. But a black man with cops at the door knows to be afraid. The last thing he expects to hear is that his son Isiah has been murdered, along with Isiahs white husband Derek. Isiah was a gay black man in the American South; Ike couldnt bring himself to attend his sons wedding. Isiah was a man Ike never understood. A boy he was never there for the way he should have been. Dereks father Buddy Lee is also suffering. Hed barely spoken to his son in five years; he was as ashamed of Derek for being gay as Derek was ashamed his father was a criminal. Buddy Lee still has contacts in the underworld, though, and he wants to know who killed his boy. Ike and Buddy Lee, two ex-cons with little else in common other than a criminal past and a love for their dead sons, band together in their desperate desire for revenge. In their quest to do better for their sons in death than they did in life, alpha-males Ike and Buddy Lee will confront their own prejudices, about each other and their sons, as they rain down vengeance upon those who hurt their boys. Provocative and fast-paced, Razorblade Tears is a story of bloody retribution, heartfelt change - and maybe even redemption.
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Breanne1
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How can a book about revenge have so much heart? Cosby has written a book that will last with me for a long time to come. This book should have received every award it has to date and then some and is worth every bit of hype as well. 5 ⭐️+ #botm

Hooked_on_books Cosby is the real deal! 6d
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StaceGhost
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Not as good as Blacktop Wasteland but still very good 👍 I love how Cosby engages characters in scorched-earth revenge plots ☠️ library book read on kindle so I could pretend I was working 😅 art by Tom Gauld

bibliothecarivs Artist credit: Tom Gauld 1w
StaceGhost @bibliothecarivs wow! Thanks! I just snapped the picture from the postcard my friend sent me 1w
bibliothecarivs I love his work. The Guardian app sends me a notification when he releases a new comic each weekend :) 1w
StaceGhost She sends me a lot of these! I‘ll have to ask her where she got them because they‘re all hilarious 1w
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Book 34/150.

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Minervasbutler
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Mehso-so

Slightly underwhelming follow up to the magnificent Blacktop Wasteland sees an unlikely alliance between two ex-cons out to avenge their gay sons' murders. A trifle heavy-handed in the messaging and I saw the twist coming a mile off. Just OK.

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Dragon
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So glad I got over my squeamishness and finished this ebook. On the surface it‘s a rip roaring tale of vengeance , two fathers determined to find their son‘s killer. But it‘s also the story of privilege, race , prejudice- there‘s a lot to think about. Trigger warning ⚠️ for extreme violence. This would make a very good Netflix movie 🎥- who would you cast for Ike? Buddy Lee ?

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magyklyXdelish
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I really loved this one. It was very gritty and had excellent suspense. My favorite thing was the relationship between Ike and Buddy Lee as they learned, grew and faced their mistakes together.

#pantone2022 - gossamer pink
#bookspinbingo - free space

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 1mo
Clwojick Such a great book! Good colour match too! 💖 4w
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Dragon
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I‘m about 30% in to this ebook and I‘m not sure if I can go on. I‘m so worried about these men and their path of vengeance. I‘m terrified of the ending. I‘m pretty sure there‘s no HEA - this is not my usual genre but it‘s such a compelling read.

Nebklvr It sounds really interesting but I don‘t do well with graphic violence. 1mo
Dragon Thanks @Nebklvr there‘s been a lot of violence so far but it‘s part of the story -It‘s pretty graphic 1mo
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magyklyXdelish
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Can‘t sleep. The hotel bed is not comfy and my back really misses my bed at home! Tomorrow (technically today) is the burial for my husband‘s gramma so I have a lot to do today but just can‘t sleep 😭

But trying to be productive with the insomnia. Really enjoying this one so far.

#LMPBC

Moonprismpower I‘m so sorry for your loss. I really hope you get some rest. Hugs. 1mo
Lauranahe I‘m so sorry. I hope it all goes ok. 🥺 1mo
babyruth2510 That‘s the worst. I‘m so sorry you guys are going through that. Hugs and prayers 1mo
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Dragon
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Happy Easter 🐣 to everyone who celebrates. My Libby loan for the tagged book has come in today. Just started another ebook so this one will have to wait.

Cinfhen Happy Easter 🌷🌷🌷love the flowers 1mo
Dragon Thanks @Cinfhen it‘s so nice to see the tulips 🌷 again 💚🐉 1mo
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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Settling in for Saturday night reading time!

marleed The best way to spend a Saturday night! 1mo
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keithlafo
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A masterpiece of crime fiction. Brutal, heartfelt, raw, and authentic. If you like revenge stories with plenty of blood, this book is for you.

BarbaraBB This one is good! 2mo
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SW-T
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The #audiolisten was amazing. Can‘t think of a thing I didn‘t like about it. Yes, it was violent in places, but that fits both the characters and the people they‘re dealing with. Not the type to solve things with words. Really like how they stayed true to themselves throughout, but that they were still able to grow without changing the essential bits of who they were. Love, love, loved this one.

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Victoriahoperose
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March Wrap Up!
My top pick this month had to be Razorblade Tears. But, I also loved The Damage, Caraval, and Under the Whispering Door.
Can‘t wait to see what good books April brings 😃

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Branwen
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My book recommendation videos are up for the week! 📚 I'm really excited that I got to talk about two great revenge stories for the adult video! And the YA video features a contemporary sports romance that took me by surprise by how much I loved it! Please give them a view and a like! I appreciate it so much! 💙

YA video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGzMs1kDDAc

Adult video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k554hc-IAE

vivastory Thanks for reminding me of the Collective! 2mo
Branwen @vivastory You're welcome! Happy to help! 😁 2mo
Dragon @Branwen thanks for recommending this book. It was so good on many levels. 💚🐉 4w
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Branwen @Dragon Oh wow! I'm so glad you liked it! It was really powerful, right? 4w
Dragon It really was. It was so much more than just a revenge story. The relationship between Ike and Buddy Lee it was so honest. I‘m Canadian so I found the setting , Virginia, fascinating but familiar. I can‘t wait to see the movie 🎥 but I bet the book is better 💚🐉 4w
Branwen @Dragon I agree! And I loved how homophobia and racism was discussed as well! Also, I had NO idea this was going to be made into a movie!? 😲 4w
Dragon Apparently it‘s been optioned so we will see if it actually gets made. Yes I really liked how homophobia and racism were handled. Especially as Ike tried to get Buddy Lee to recognize his racist language. And Ike and Buddy Lee‘s turmoil about their sons marriage. 💚🐉 4w
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Gissy
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I know this is not for everyone but it worked for me. I read it with low expectations and it surprised me. I read it like a movie screenplay and not like a deep literally story. It is more like a violent revenge story, pretty predictable but good with funny and sad parts. If you liked those old movies like Taken, the first one of John Wick etc, you may like this one. I wish I could know more about Derek and Isiah. 3.8/4⭐️⬇️

Gissy I read this book for #LiterallyDeadBookClub @BooksandLala YouTuber most of the time I don‘t concur with her taste but still like her readathon ideas and some of her recommendations. She didn‘t like it due to the violence and it was not a thriller. She thinks it is more for older generation, well maybe that why I liked it😜She gave it 2⭐️Sometimes she gave 5 ⭐️To books that are boring for me. Well, there is a book for everyone that‘s good!👌⬇️ 2mo
Gissy I will continue with this book club. Next one is the new Foley novel. But I liked this novel as movie adaptation.

Last book read for #MarvellousNarch #Readathon @Andrew65

#BookSpinBingo @TheAromaOfBooks
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AmyG YES…this read like an action movie. I loved it. 2mo
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Andrew65 Great, thanks for playing along. 👏👏👏🙌🥳 🍾 🥂😍 2mo
Suet624 I was surprised by how much I liked this book. It‘s not the kind I would normally read but I loved the characters and appreciated their recognition of how much they loved their sons. 2mo
Gissy @Suet624 Agree! There were so many important lines, sincere I think because sometimes, change your attitudes, believes don‘t come automatically. It is a process, a healing one to admit that you were wrong but want the opportunity to change that. I loved it! 2mo
Suet624 I love what you said. 💕💕 it IS a process. 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2mo
WanderingBookaneer Esto no es lo que leo normalmente pero también me gustó. 1mo
Gissy @WanderingBookaneer Hay otro libro de este autor que me gustaría leer a ver qué tal es. 1mo
WanderingBookaneer También lo leí. Es igual de violento pero me gustó. 1mo
Gissy @WanderingBookaneer Pues tengo que leerlo. 1mo
Gissy @WanderingBookaneer Pues tengo que leerlo. 1mo
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babyruth2510
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Best book I‘ve read in a long time. How far will two fathers go to avenge their sons deaths? This was my #LMPBC book this month and I think my group will laugh at some of my notes. I got so sucked into the story.

magyklyXdelish Can‘t wait!! 2mo
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Victoriahoperose
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I wouldn‘t change anything about this book. It had so many things going on and they all worked so well together. There were issues around racism and the lgbtq community and what love means that really made this book relatable and compelling. I couldn‘t put it down. Each page just had something else that made me not want to stop. There was a great twist And the writing was exceptional. If I could give it more than 5 stars, I would.

Bec_lectic You convinced me to add to my stack! 2mo
Victoriahoperose @Bec_lectic I hope you like it!!! 2mo
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Cathyloves2read
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This book was definitely action packed. A LOT of gunfire. A lot of stake outs. It wasn‘t a bad book, but not my type. I found parts of this story boring. Too much action, in my opinion. If you like action packed, shoot ‘em up books, this one is for you. The writing was very good. This was one of the Book of the Month Clubs top picks.

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sprainedbrain
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Catching up my blog posts… I finished this incredible book last week. Add me to the chorus of people who loved it.

Full review on my blog: http://sprainedbrain.blog/2022/03/13/audiobook-review-razorblade-tears-by-s-a-co...

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

Also my #BookSpin for March.

AmyG I don‘t think I ever read a book fast enough...to find out what happened next. 2mo
Prairiegirl_reading So many rave reviews! Every one mentions the violence and I know I can‘t ever read this one, no matter how good it is. 😕 2mo
vivastory I saw Cosby mention that one of his upcoming books could be a follow-up to Blacktop Wasteland. 🤞 2mo
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jbooks
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A true masterpiece that had me holding my breath til the very end. The way Cosby humanized these characters is so heartbreakingly beautiful and a reminder that everyone is human despite their differences. Well, almost everyone.. you‘ll understand if you read it. Excellent work, easy read, insanely immersive.

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Naltez
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I was given this book and didn‘t know much about it but came with some high praise. Honestly, I thought this was just a lot of blood in the beginning and was disappointed that larger issues weren‘t being addressed. However, those things are all taken head on to the best abilities of two very flawed characters grappling with redemption they know they cannot get. I can say that sticking with this was well worth it.

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peacegypsy
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Bailedbailed

I feel really bad for bailing on this because it was a good book; it just wasn‘t a good book for me. I need to read enriching things instead of bloodshed rich tales. Please try it out—it‘s just that the plethora of books available forces readers to become selective sometimes.

KellyK Thank you so much for encouraging others to try it even though it wasn‘t for you. Too often I see comments about how awful a book is and the reader can‘t imagine why others thought it was so good. Those kind of comments make me 🤪😡😢 3mo
peacegypsy @KellyK You‘re welcome. I wanted to apologize to the book because it was engaging and acknowledged many important cultural points. It‘s just that when you have a TBR that‘s become a nightstand in itself, something‘s got to give! Lol! Happy reading to you! ☺️ 3mo
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nitalibrarian
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These two men go on quite the journey. This book is very violent and has racism (N word is used), homophobia, and transphobia. Both men are not great or even OK fathers and both spent time in prison. They end up using their past, criminal selves to figure out who murdered their married sons. The character perspectives switched often and sometimes within paragraphs, which made it confusing at times. Dark book, but glad I read it.
March's #BookSpin

TheAromaofBooks Great progress!! 3mo
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AlizaApp
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After a gay couple are murdered, their fathers, both ex-cons who never fully accepted them while alive, set out to avenge them. A fast-paced thriller with some unexpected heart.

Chelsea.Poole Great photo of a great book!! 3mo
AlizaApp @Chelsea.Poole thanks! 🌴 3mo
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kbuggle
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Super readable, razorblade tears is like an action packed movie about two very flawed fathers brought together while seeking justice for their married murdered sons. A weird and wild ride but it works #botm

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nitalibrarian
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Starting my March #BookSpin.

#botm

sprainedbrain This is my March BookSpin too! 😃 3mo
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peaknit
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My newly knit socks match my book.

FlowerFairy Lovely knit work! 3mo
peaknit @FlowerFairy thank you! 3mo
Tamra I admire your skill! Someday I‘d like to learn how to knit. Cozy socks would the the goal! 3mo
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Rachiiebookdragon
Bailedbailed

The writing style is interesting, but I can‘t deal with the constant violence - not in the right mindset for it. Sadly DNF-ing this one. Got to 35%

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Kdgordon88
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Finished #FabulousFebruary with 4 of my intended books. Finished one before it started, finished two others and started the 5th. Really a good reading week for me. Thanks for hosting @Andrew65

In honor of Sharon @sharread I‘m going to listen to the tagged book from her TBR. We had only been corresponding for a few months but I was enjoying getting to know her. Rest In Peace, friend.

#LitsyLove

Andrew65 Well done on your readthon 👏👏👏🙌🥳🍾🥂 RIP @sharread 3mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️🙏🏻❤️ 3mo
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Reggie
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@AmyG Thanks, AmyG, for this package on VDay! I started the book last night and finished it this morning. So readable. It made me think of that movie, Cobra, with Stallone. Anyways, what a great book about two less than perfect fathers who avenge the murders of their sons who were gay. So much grit, so much of me flinching, saying ‘Jesus!!!‘, so many reveals. What a great book. Thanks again, AmyG!

AmyG You are welcome. I loved this book. It was like reading an action movie. Glad you enjoyed it, too. 3mo
Centique I have heard so many rave reviews of this one. Definitely on the To Read list - probably for 2023 tho…. 3mo
Reggie @Centique I listen to those Christmas recommendation shows where someone says something like my brother doesn‘t believe feminism is a good thing and they ask Jenn and Amanda for a rec. And they always recommend a book written by someone who the target identifies with. So they pick a pro feminist book written by a man. I think this book is written for all those who have hate in their heart for people who are different but because the main 👇🏼 3mo
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Reggie characters are these ultra masculine men with street cred who have to reckon with the state of the relationships they had when their gay sons were killed. It might make someone think differently. This really is a good book. Hopefully it brightens up your 2023. Lol 3mo
Centique @Reggie I love Jenn and Amanda too! I love the idea of this changing someone‘s heart. It‘s amazing how books can put you in someone else‘s shoes and how transformative that can be. Movies too I think. I think my own awakening to those prejudices came from watching the movie Torch Song Trilogy and reading Armistead Maupin in my teens. 😍 3mo
Suet624 I felt the same way about this book. 3mo
Rissreads This sounds really fascinating! Stacked! 3mo
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Hilary427
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I liked this one, but the impossible physical feats these two old guys managed made me cringe constantly. The ending was also a bit much, but it was catchy and I finished it in a few days!
⭐️: 3/5

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Aubgurl
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Bailedbailed

I gave up on this book. I thought it was terrible and am trying to figure out why it had so many great reviews. Just not my thing.

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Aubgurl
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Finally getting around to reading one of my BOTM books. It‘s the perfect day to have a picnic.

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Crinoline_Laphroaig
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Grittier and more violent than my normal mystery reads. And really how many descriptions did we need of phlegm? But the mystery kept me guessing. Couldn't put it down at the end. Incredibly sad story in the plot is two fathers who couldn't accept their sons while they were alive and revenging their deaths is the only way they know to show that they love them.⬇️

Crinoline_Laphroaig When Book of the Month gave me the choice of one of it's 5 BOTY Finalists for free, The only two I hadn‘t read were: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah. (Ultimately it was picked by BOTM readers as Book of the Year). I really liked The Nightingale but for the most part I find her books too maudlin for my taste. But I wasn't going to turn down a free book so I picked Razorblade Tears.

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AmyG I loved the tagged book. It read like an action movie. At one point I just couldn‘t read fast enough. 4mo
marleed Razorblade Tears was one of my favorite books read in 2022. I nominated for my IRL bookclub (we each get to nominate 3 books). I selected it for its grittiness and as a book not written specifically for a female audience. I‘ve realized that much of my reading is geared toward female readers which is completely fine but just sort of something I notice. It‘s interesting for me to to take note when a book has very ‘guy book‘ undertones. 4mo
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Crinoline_Laphroaig @marleed my IRL Book Club actually has several men and it does give a certain balance. As does we have some who perfer Non Fiction. I think our list for the coming year turned out good. ⬇️ 4mo
Crinoline_Laphroaig @marleed
March - The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore
April - The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
May - The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin
June - The Guncle by Steven Rowley
July - The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles
August - Tales from the Ant World by Edward Wilson ⬇️
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Crinoline_Laphroaig @marleed. September - The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian
October - Facing the Mountain by Daniel James Brown
November - The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel
December - Discussion of our Favorite Books of 2022
January - Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
February - Dead Wake by Eric Larson
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marleed Ohhh, I like your bookclub list. I‘ve read seven of the books listed and The book of Lost Names is on my shelves awaiting me! Of the 3 books I recommended to my bc only The Guncle was chosen in our 11 picks. I nominated it because it was a lighter reader but still with many discussion points. My other unselected nomination was In the Time of Butterflies - as a book over 25 years old with an important story. 4mo
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Mdion1993
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Two ex cons set out to avenge their gay sons‘ murders, only to find a predictable conspiracy. Overcome with grief and regret, the fathers seek to find forgiveness even while doing the unforgivable. Razorblade Tears was hyped up as one of the best books of 2021, so I was disappointed that it wasn‘t more insightful. The plot felt muddled by cliche writing, trying to do and preach too much, without giving us a satisfying story to pair with.

Minervasbutler Pretty much my view too. 4w
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JGadz11
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the emotional support mammals taking turns on this❄️❄️❄️day - 2nd day in a row, and I‘m crushing my Goodreads goal!✨✨

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JGadz11
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❄️❄️❄️days with Cleocatra💖

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Nessavamusic
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Tagged is definitely my favorite read of January. I‘m still thinking about it. Thank you @chasjjlee for this cool graphic!

KellyK It was my fave for January, too! 🤓 4mo
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Juliev
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This was very violent but I loved the message of accepting people for who they really are and it‘s never too late to change for the better.

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KellyK
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My favorite read in January, Razorblade Tears, was a story about redemption, revenge, forgiveness, and acceptance. I highly recommend it. My other reads were good ones, too. I‘m on to February. We‘re expecting 6-9 inches of snow tomorrow so today I‘m loading up with reading material. 🥶

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“It didn‘t seem fair for a man to mourn someone abundantly that he had loved so miserly.”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I will read everything S.A. Cosby writes!

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Jilly6183
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This was almost a so-so from me, because I find this level of violence tiring and there were an awful lot of typos and that drove me crazy (I notice that a lot with #botm books). But I did enjoy the underlying story so I gave it a pick even though it wasn‘t exactly to my taste.

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Lizthewiz
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This book was a great read. Probably a new favorite. More violence than I usually read, but the rest of the storyline more than made up for it.

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fredthemoose
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫 Two fathers avenge the deaths of their gay sons, and grapple with their feelings about the strained relationships they had when the sons were alive. This was more violent than I usually go for, but I really liked the characters, and the fathers‘ growth throughout the book. Some of it was maybe a little heavy handed, but overall a great read.

KellyK I finished up last week - it was great! If you haven‘t read Blacktop, Wasteland yet, I suggest checking it out. 4mo
fredthemoose @KellyK great! Thank you!! 4mo
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Suet624
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This has been optioned to be made into a movie by Jerry Bruckheimer. For good reason. You could see the images so clearly from the writing. A fast paced, violent at times, story of two fathers seeking revenge for their gay sons murders. This genre is not usually my cup of tea, but Buddy Lee and Ike's relationship, their shared grief over not accepting their sons love for each other, and the humor kept me moving quickly through the book.

Suet624 This was completely a #blameitonlitsy read. You folks who recommended it did not steer me wrong. @BarbaraBB 4mo
amywithbooks This was my absolute favorite read of last year! Can't wait to see this on screen 4mo
KellyK Loved this book! 4mo
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Julsmarshall A favorite from last year! The author is such a talent! 4mo
MicheleinPhilly Oh no! Jerry Bruckheimer??? 🤮 4mo
BarbaraBB Yay! Happy you liked it too. For me it wasn‘t the kind of book I usually read either, but it‘s done so well! 4mo
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puzzledbooks

It occurred to Buddy Lee that anything could be a weapon if you were dedicated enough. Even love. Especially love.

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puzzledbooks
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A story of 2 dads who spent time behind bars, & failed the unspoken test of loving their sons unconditionally, & how they cope when their sons are killed. That's really the core of the novel. Yes, it's intense & a thriller and & it succeeds on all those qualifiers but the grief that Ike & Buddy Lee go through is what made this novel 5 stars for me. Cosby stands firm in reality & doesn't pull any punches, be it with race, sexuality, etc. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

puzzledbooks Just catching up on posting my completed reads on Litsy, nothing to see here! 5mo
tokorowilliamwallace Will you be posting a review on here of White Smoke, the YA horror? I was trying to comment on your Instagram review of it but my internet is spotty/slow and so it isn't going through yet. I like that you mention it doesn't devolve into YA tropes and is more mature in how it characterizes adolescence. I've been looking for YA like this that won't frustrate me by how annoying and infantile it is. I like how old children's classics address things. 5mo
tokorowilliamwallace @puzzledbooks Don't be modest; your content matters, and you should be proud of it, putting it out there for a wider circle of bookish to see. 5mo
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Nessavamusic
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Very entertaining, violent revenge thriller. It was so good, very dark story of two fathers mourning the death of their sons and the choices they make going forward. I didn‘t know much more going in, and am glad I didn‘t. Definitely recommend-5⭐️
Fulfilled several reading goal prompts:
#noshamereadathon22 - Thriller
#popsugar - about someone leading a double life
#readharder - horror novel by BIPOC
#bookspinbingo - square
#pantone- Coral Rose

RaeLovesToRead Thanks for the tip re: #pop22 🙂 5mo
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Nessavamusic
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#sundayfunday
1. Tagged I started today! Everything else I‘m reading I started in December.
2. Not sure yet, the next couple months are looking rough at work so looking forward to getting past that. 🤷‍♀️
3. I‘m book journaling for the first time.

ozma.of.oz Good luck with work! And have fun with book journaling! Thanks for sharing! 5mo
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