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Unlikely Animals
Unlikely Animals | Annie Hartnett
A lost young woman returns to small-town New Hampshire under the strangest of circumstances in this one-of-a-kind novel of life, death, and whatever comes after from the acclaimed author of Rabbit Cake. It was a source of entertainment at Maple Street Cemetery. Both funny and sad, the kind of story we like best. Natural-born healer Emma Starling once had big plans for her life, but she's lost her way. A med school dropout, she's come back to small-town Everton, New Hampshire to care for her father, dying from a mysterious brain disease. Clive Starling has been hallucinating small animals, as well as visions of the ghost of a long-dead naturalist, Ernest Harold Baynes, once known for letting wild animals live in his house. This ghost has been giving Clive some ideas on how to spend his final days. Emma arrives home knowing she must face her dad's illness, her mom's judgement, and her younger brother's recent stint in rehab, but she's unprepared to find that her former best friend from high school is missing, with no one bothering to look for her. The police say they don't spend much time looking for drug addicts. Emma's dad is the only one convinced the young woman might still be alive, and Emma is hopeful he could be right. Someone should look for her, at least. Emma isn't really trying to be a hero--but somehow she and her father set in motion just the kind of miracle the town needs. Set against the backdrop of a small town in the throes of a very real opioid crisis, Unlikely Animals is a tragicomic novel about familial expectations, imperfect friendships, and the possibility of resurrecting that which had been thought irrevocably lost.
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SanjanaGhosh
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“That‘s why we like living with animals so much; they exhibit their joy so outwardly, remind us how to be better alive.”

What I thought would be a cute book about animals (clearly I did not read the synopsis before picking up this book) turned out to be so much better than my imagination. Loved how the book was from a POV of dead characters and all the unique representations of the different animals was just 🤌🏽

U for A to Z challenge!

dabbe 🖤🐾🖤 4d
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lauraisntwilder
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I finished Unlikely Animals yesterday, just before Annie Hartnett's speaking engagement tonight. I had met her years ago, before Rabbit Cake came out (my signed copy is an ARC). I have loved both of her novels so much. Unlikely Animals was absolutely charming. She said tonight that she has another book that will hopefully come out in June of 2025. Yay!

Kimzey I was there too! My book club is reading Unlikely Animals this month. 3mo
jlhammar Excited to hear that we‘re getting a new one from her next year! I loved this book. 3mo
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DebinHawaii
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#NaturalLitsy #MidWinterSolace

My #FridayNightShare pick this week is a book that made my favorites of 2022 list. Both funny & sad, very quirky, about life, family, hope & grief (& involving animals, a fox & a dog in particular) & it‘s narrated by the ghosts of the local cemetery. This book stole my heart. 💙💙💙

DebinHawaii The author‘s first book is also excellent 5mo
TEArificbooks I loved this one 5mo
CBee @DebinHawaii agreed! Loved both! @Deblovestoread 😊 5mo
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Chrissyreadit OMG Deb! you do pick books that are interesting- technically you tied for winner of Fridaynightshare again!!! 5mo
DebinHawaii @Chrissyreadit Sorry? Hah! I am happy my recommendations are well-received! 😉Once again, you don‘t have to send me anything since I already won. 5mo
Kimzey Just finished this, and enjoyed it. Trying to decide whether to choose it for my book club next month. Not everyone loves quirky, like I do! Will see the author at a reading in two weeks. Liked Rabbit Cake also! 3mo
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Sparklemn
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I loved this strange and funny book about a twenty-something woman who comes home and finds her family on the edge. Her father is hallucinating animals and it's causing problems for them all. The book name is perfect!

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Jody3
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The characters are charming, albeit a bit quirky. The plot is endearing as well as riddled with hidden gems. And, most importantly, the storyline solidifies the love of family, love of shared memories and the importance of enjoying the life you are given and the people you are lucky enough to call yours.

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DebinHawaii
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#BookBinge

Two feel hood favorites from my 2022 books read & each #InvolvesAnimals 🩵🐕🦊🐙💙

AmyG I enjoyed both! 10mo
Eggs Beautiful 🤩 🦣💛 10mo
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Lauram
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“That‘s why we like living with animals so much; they exhibit their joy so outwardly, remind us how to be better alive.”

I agree.

CBee I LOVED this book! And your kitty is lovely 💚 11mo
Jari-chan Awwww 😻😻😻 11mo
CatLass007 Sweet kitty 😻 11mo
Lauram Thank you @CBee she‘s a special cat and I‘m so glad she‘s mine! 11mo
CBee @Lauram she looks like she‘d be a hoot 😂 11mo
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Robotswithpersonality
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I'm feeling a lot more charitable towards this book after reading the author's note. I now understand what the author was trying to accomplish. Unfortunately, the narrative itself didn't quite manage to accomplish in 340 pages what the author's note did in 4. 1/?

Robotswithpersonality As much as I signed on for a quirky/morbid book with the dead narrating and dipping into animal's perspectives, suspension of disbelief was not possible when confronted by a person with no training, experience or certification being hired as a long term substitute teacher, a senior in a retirement community having unrestricted access to a loaded gun, and a person doctor-recommended for full-time care, with no mention of financial barriers to such, REPEATEDLY being left alone. It might have been necessary for the plot, but alongside perfunctory prose and inconsistent characterization, I spent a lot of time feeling detached from the story. 2/? 13mo
Robotswithpersonality It has its moments, and a heck of a twist, but whether it was emotional outbursts or big reveals, it never quite felt earned, like there was a steady build up that the reader could be invested in. The side effect of too many characters? Too many plotlines?
Turns out the passages I found the most charming were actually excerpts from another writer. 3/4
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Robotswithpersonality Personal thing, admittedly, but the whole 'domesticating wild animals' thing also really bugs me, though the last bear scene might be inferred as a powerful statement against such.
Safe to say, it wasn't for me.
⚠️ Infidelity, terminal illness, drug addiction 4/4
13mo
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Robotswithpersonality
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Under the heading of 'silly rules': No Evil-Doing. 🤨

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Robotswithpersonality
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Imagine, next level therapy dog: don't just spend time cuddling puppy, float gently in puppy's mind. 🐶

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rebbyj
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Lovely lovely. A follow on the Our Town

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ATB
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Now reading in the MSU Library. Super excited, got a library card too.

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ATB
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Traveling, found a library with a fireplace and the digital book I am reading. So now sitting in front of the fire reading the physical copy.

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RJRobertson
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carolcharityhome Hi you there 1y
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AmyG
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I listened to this one. Well read with multiple narrators. Decent book.

#Pantone2023 @Clwojick

Daisey I didn‘t love this book either, but I thought the audio was very well done. 1y
AmyG @Daisey It wasn‘t a bad read but it was a little too “quirky” for me. (edited) 1y
Soubhiville I liked this more because it took place in one of the places I lived growing up. My dad knew about the park they talk about, though he never went there and it‘s been shut down for quite a while. 1y
AmyG @Soubhiville Ha…well, that helps! 1y
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TEArificbooks
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I loved the characters, the ghosts, the town, the animals. It was just a bit busy for a novel. I definitely want there to be a sequel and revisit the characters. I think if you like The Book Thief then you will like this book.

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suvata
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#MMD Pick for March 2023

#StoryGraph: fiction contemporary literary magical realism emotional reflective medium-paced
368 pages • first pub 2022

Please note, I am a big fan of magical realism and dark humor. If you like that kind of book this one will please you.

Publisher‘s blurb:
A lost young woman returns to small-town New Hampshire under the strangest of circumstances in this one-of-a-kind novel of life, death, and whatever comes after.

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dmanto00
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⭐️ ⭐️ 💫

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readswellwithothers
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I loved this!

All the stars for strong character building, sweet plot lines, and just the right dose of magical thinking.

Witty, smart, and adorable but not saccharine. I already wish I could read it again for the first time.

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TheKidUpstairs
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@monalyisha your matching skills always impress me! I had a great list from @Chelsea.Poole to choose from for #AuldLangSpine and I was able to get to 6 of them in January! All were really good reads, Unlikely Animals and Rabbit Hutch were stand outs. I've got two more on the go (Lost and Found, and All That She Carried) and will continue to read more throughout the year!

Thanks Alyisha for another great year, & Chelsea for being a great partner!

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canbku
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Really very charming! Gentle on the reader for some of the right parts. Id love to read this author again. The history and ghostly angle was great, too. They provided some levity and a funny Greek chorus

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bookishdawg
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I picked this up based on a recommendation from Annie B. Jones at The Bookshelf… so glad I did. Quirky characters, family dynamics, and learning just how you fit in (and how much you are loved). ❤️

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TheKidUpstairs
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I have no idea how this book escaped my attention before finding it on @Chelsea.Poole 's #auldlangspine list. It is 100% my kind of read. Delightfully quirky and heartfelt without being cheesy, light magical realism, a remarkable cast of characters surrounding a wonderfully dysfunctional family (who manage to function rather well despite it all). And it all comes together with the most madcap, bonkers, fantastic community theatre production. 👇

TheKidUpstairs I was actually laughing out loud reading about Opening Night. Not many books can do that. Absolutely delightful. 1y
Megabooks Agreed! This was fantastic. Nice choice @Chelsea.Poole !! 1y
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jlhammar Loved this book! So glad you enjoyed it. 1y
Chelsea.Poole @TheKidUpstairs —yes! Quirky without the cheesy isn‘t always easy to come by. Glad it worked out for you! 1y
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Laughterhp
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Finished this earlier this week. So glad I finally picked it up. I don‘t know what originally put it on my TBR because it‘s not my typical read at all. But I loved it.

Emma goes back home to NH to help take care of her sick father. She becomes a substitute teacher and you get a lot of ghostly perspectives.

This book dealt with some heavy topics but in a lightish way.

So glad for #ALSpine for bumping this up my list!

#JumpStart2023

JenniferP I've been curious about this one - sounds good! 1y
monalyisha I really enjoyed her debut, too! Haven‘t picked this one up yet because I‘ve read some similar-ish things recently (synopsis-wise) & am trying to space them out. But it looks great! 1y
DebinHawaii I definitely would have this one in my top 10 of last year—it was so quirky & endearing. If you haven‘t read Rabbit Cake as @monalyisha mentioned it is delightful too. 🤗 1y
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canbku
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Starting a new and quirky one suggested as a best of 2022 and I hadn't heard of it and only one format is available in the library

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TheKidUpstairs
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I'm just starting the tagged, and I can't help but picture the ghosts from Ghosts as the cemetery chorus.

#AuldLangSpine @Chelsea.Poole @monalyisha

MoonWitch94 Ohhh the US version of Ghosts is one of my favorite shows! I heard the UK version is excellent, too. 1y
TheKidUpstairs @MoonWitch94 I haven't watched the US version (I don't think it's available anywhere here), but I love the UK one! 1y
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jlhammar
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#12Booksof2022 🎶 On the fifth day of Christmas my true love read to me, a cemetery chorus! 🎶

For my twelve, I‘m highlighting my favorite audiobooks of the year. Great books that were all the more enjoyable thanks to outstanding narration &/or production.

Andrew65 Looks interesting. 1y
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TrishB
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I did enjoy this one- just not as much as Rabbit Cake! Similar themes etc and maybe it was my frazzled, end of year mood. But a good read overall.

BarbaraBB Still haven‘t read Rabbit Cake 2y
TrishB @BarbaraBB I‘ve been mulling over whether you‘ll like it! When you want something lighter maybe. 2y
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Maria514626
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This may be one of my favorites of the year. The reader was excellent.

I don‘t know where to begin. It‘s like The Elegance of the Hedgehog. I just love the book and can‘t explain why.

The narrator was sublime. You find out very quickly who it is but I won‘t give it away. It makes the book magical.

5/5 🌟

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Branwen
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Eeeeeee! This absolutely made my day!

A few days ago, we (the library) posted a little video on IG featuring some of my favorite books/genres/authors of the year. My favorite book I read this year has been Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett and she actually commented on the post! 😱 So cool!

My little bookish heart is SO happy! 🥹💕📚

If you want to see the video, the library's IG is @farmlib ! Read more 👇

Branwen It's fairly impossible to narrow down my favorite books of the year in a 30 second video! So, in early January I plan on putting some videos together featuring my top 5 of 2022 in various categories: Top 5 fave literary fiction, top 5 favorite thrillers, top 5 favorite fantasy/scifi, etc! So stay tuned for those! 📚💕 2y
vivastory That's awesome! She was on Litsy when Rabbit Cake first came out. I'm looking forward to your best of the year videos 📚📚 2y
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Laughterhp
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Okay, I‘ve scrubbed through @DebinHawaii ‘s list! I‘ve read 6 of the books (which always a good sign honestly)! I might reread Cerulean Sea but we‘ll see. I have no idea what my library has yet either!

I‘m most excited for the top row of the books because they are definitely all in my wheelhouse. And I have never heard of a few.
The 2nd row is slightly out of my wheelhouse, but appeal to me.
The 3rd row will be a mix for me.

#AuldLangSpine

Laughterhp I‘m also interested in the Traveling Cat one, but all the reviews said it made them cry, so it might not be a January read, but a read for when I am okay to cry and read! 2y
monalyisha I loved Deb‘s list! Glad you‘re excited about it, too. 😊 Left Coast Literary and the bottom 3 on the right-hand side really spoke to me. I always add so many books to my TBR when making these matches! 2y
Laughterhp @monalyisha Those are all the ones my library doesn‘t have! Hard copies or digital! Which is very upsetting! 2y
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TheKidUpstairs Empire of Wild is a great read! I love Cherie Dimaline so much. 2y
monalyisha @Laughterhp Ugh, I hate that! Maybe if you put in purchase requests, they‘ll be speedy about it. 😉 Good luck! 2y
DebinHawaii I am happy you found some books you are excited about on my list. Sorry you have read 6 already. I have only taken a look at your list as I have to finish a work project & I haven‘t read any of them however several I have already in my TBR stacks which is awesome as this will be the push I need. 🤣 I also am 2/3 of the way through this one & unless it ends badly, it would probably also be on this list: 2y
Laughterhp @DebinHawaii Ohh that one is on my TBR as well! I‘m hoping I get that one for Christmas! 2y
Scochrane26 I enjoyed Taste on audio 2y
Laughterhp @Scochrane26 I‘m hoping to listen to that one on audio! 2y
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CBee
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I loved Annie‘s book, Rabbit Cake, and I loved Unlikely Animals even more! I didn‘t even think of it being historical fiction until I read her note at the end. Loved the parts that were narrated by the (dead) folks in the cemetery. Loved the cast of flawed and eccentric characters! Dysfunctional family fiction at its best with ALLL the animals. Super duper good and I want more ♥️😊

CBee @AmyG you‘ve read this, right? It‘s right up your alley. We are the dysfunctional family fiction twins, after all 😂😂 2y
Deblovestoread Loved this one so much it likely has a spot on my best of 2022 list. 2y
CBee @Deblovestoread I agree with you! Absolutely a favorite of the year. 2y
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jlhammar Yes! Such a wonderful, funny, heartwarming book. So glad you enjoyed it! 2y
CBee @jlhammar 😊😊 2y
AmyG Hahaha. I saw this and thought-another book I now need to read! Thank you! Stacked. 2y
CBee @AmyG yes, yes you do. You will love it! 2y
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Daisey
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I started our next #LitsyBookClub pick yesterday and continued it this afternoon. It‘s piqued my interest with ghosts and animals and quite a collection of characters.

While I listened to the #audiobook I made peanut butter pumpkin puppy treats for Luthien. We‘ve been going through lots of training treats, so I figured this was a more cost effective option. #DogsOfLitsy

Smrloomis That puppy is so adorable! 😍 What a cutie! 2y
Ruthiella He‘s a good boy! 🐶❤️ 2y
Daisey @Smrloomis @Ruthiella Thank you! She‘s been a great puppy so far, and I‘m enjoying spoiling her a bit. 2y
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BookNAround So precious! 2y
Daisey @BookNAround Absolutely! 2y
CBee @Daisey I love your puppy! So I actually just finished Unlikely Animals and would love to participate in the #litsybookclub discussion! Has that already happened, or do you know who runs it? Thanks - it was SUCH great read!! 2y
Daisey @CBee I think we decided on this Sunday 11/6 at 2pm Eastern. I‘ll tag you again when I get the link. @Graciouswarriorprincess sets up our discussions. 2y
CBee @Daisey thank you!! 2y
Graciouswarriorprincess @CBee Are you on Facebook? We have a Litsy book group there and it‘s where we will be doing the meeting today at 2 pm EST. 2y
CBee @Graciouswarriorprincess I don‘t really use FB 🤷‍♀️ It‘s all good! 2y
Graciouswarriorprincess @CBee We used to Zoom when it was free. We are trying this to see if it works. If not, we‘ll go back to Zoom. 2y
CBee @Graciouswarriorprincess ohhh I didn‘t know Zoom was charging a fee now 🤨 2y
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Tonton
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First encounter with magical realism was with Marquez, Allende, moving on to Toni Morrison, Murakami and Carpentier. Reviews noted magical realism elements in this story of a young woman escaping a small New Hampshire town to go to medical school but who never went to classes and returned home as her professor father was hallucinating animals and palled around wait a ghost. Emma was regarded as a healer but has lost her touch, unable to save her..

Tonton ..father or her brother recovering from opioid and heroin addiction. There‘s a Greek chorus of ghosts in the nearby cemetery, a dog named Moses , and her childhood best friend who has been missing for months. Book is magic realism lite, very cozy, and cute which is not a bad thing, just unexpected. Very funny in parts, and volumes to say on believing in people. Moses the dog does his doggy best, but who I loved most out of all the among the quirky 2y
Tonton characters is Rasputin, the fox Emma‘s father bought for $18,000 from a fox farm in Russia. Only a few scenes but his thinking and point of view is clear and direct😂🌟💕 (edited) 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great review!! 2y
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MegCaldwell
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I have loved Annie Hartnett since her first book Rabbit Cake. And this book her second book was no different, I adored it.

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Our October book. Please join us in reading this month. A meeting time to discuss the book will be posted later this month.

Questions? Ask @Graciouswarriorprincess

CBee I just finished this and would LOVE to participate in the discussion! @litsybookclub @Graciouswarriorprincess 2y
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tpixie
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A little audio walking today. Reading our October book for #LitsyBookClub It‘s 77deg and lovely in the shade. 🦊 🍁

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Reynosa8701
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Sent the book out today should be there Tuesday! Will be starting the other book today! #lmpbc15

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ruthemmielang
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Went to the library today and picked up these beauties 📚✨ Now I just have to decide which one to read first 😬

#amreading #currentlyreading #TBR

BookBosomed1 I loooooved Once There Were Wolves. I wish I could read it for the first time again. It does contain heavy issues, so reader be aware. (edited) 2y
Chelsea.Poole I‘m with @BookBosomed1 — LOVED Wolves, and also really enjoyed Unlikely Animals…haven‘t read the other. But nice stack! 😊 2y
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Allylu
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Finished this audiobook this morning. I enjoyed it as it went along. There were amusing things happening…lalala…then there was the wrap-up. It wasn‘t the end, but close to the end, and it was hilarious. So glad I listened to this one. #88 #BookSpin #BFC22

wanderinglynn 🙌🏻 2y
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
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Kboltz
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Loved this book in every aspect from start to finish. Set in a small New Hampshire town, Emma reluctantly comes home to help with her ailing father. Opioids, animals in a protected area, ghosts that watch all that goes on, lost friends, and a quirky family. Loved everything in this book. Fun and loving. Your first love is your family and those first best friends.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Allylu
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#LittensWantToKnow @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks #CurrentlyReading Unlikely Animals by Annie Hartnett on audio and La Cuentista by Donna Barbra Higuera a hardcover from the library. I also picked up True Biz by Sara Novic - the library is undergoing some renovations and I was worried I wouldn‘t be able to get books. And, my hold on The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley came in! So much for reading 2 books at a time.

Allylu And yes, I am enjoying them all! 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 📚🙌🏻 2y
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This was delightfully odd and thoroughly enjoyable. A warm-hearted story about a messy family finding their way to each other in strange ways. It has a sort of barely contained wackiness to it that really is rather charming.

tpixie Oh good! We will be reading it for @litsybookclub for our October book!! Loved her other book 2y
HeatherBookNerd @tpixie it has that same appealing quirkiness as Rabbit Cake. Really enjoyed it! 2y
tpixie @HeatherBookNerd awesomeness 2y
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Chelsea.Poole
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An utter delight! I loved this quirky (but not too saccharine) novel filled with creatures and the opinions of ghosts, featuring a homecoming; it‘s silly and sweet, but also full of sad and meaningful moments. Why did I wait so long to read this? This is a book right up my alley and I will be recommending it to many! 🦊
Side note: it‘s soccer season! Love watching my boys play! ⚽️ ♥️

Megabooks Great review! 💯 agree! 2y
BiblioLitten Have you read Rabbit Cake by the same author? 2y
jlhammar Loved this one! An utter delight indeed! 2y
Kboltz Loved it! 2y
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Augustdana
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Finishing this tonight! Love it.

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jlhammar Agreed! Loved it. 2y
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LeslieO
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Two ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️s. #LetterT #LetterU #AlphabetGame

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Allylu
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So, I haven‘t read this book yet, but it‘s next in my audiobook queue and I‘m looking forward to it. I have heard very good things about it. #LetterU #AlphabetGame @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Cinfhen Great choice!!! This was really quirky but really sweet 2y
Cinfhen How are you feeling??? 2y
Allylu @Cinfhen I‘m better but there‘s still “stuff” in my chest that makes me cough occasionally. My energy is good. 2y
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Eggs 💙💛💙 2y
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing 📚 2y
Andrew65 Good to hear you are improving 2y
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Reynosa8701
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Started this book today finally sent out The Invite! It should be there by Monday!