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The Change
The Change: A Novel | Kirsten Miller
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Big Little Lies meets The Witches of Eastwick--a gloriously entertaining and knife-sharp feminist revenge fantasy about three women whose midlife crisis brings unexpected new powers--putting them on a collision course with the evil that lurks in their wealthy beach town. In the Long Island oceanfront community of Mattauk, three different women discover that midlife changes bring a whole new type of empowerment... After Nessa James's husband dies and her twin daughters leave for college, she's left all alone in a trim white house not far from the ocean. In the quiet of her late forties, the former nurse begins to hear voices. It doesn't take long for Nessa to realize that the voices calling out to her belong to the dead--a gift she's inherited from her grandmother, which comes with special responsibilities. On the cusp of 50, suave advertising director Harriett Osborne has just witnessed the implosion of her lucrative career and her marriage. She hasn't left her house in months, and from the outside, it appears as if she and her garden have both gone to seed. But Harriet's life is far from over--in fact, she's undergone a stunning and very welcome metamorphosis. Ambitious former executive Jo Levison has spent thirty long years at war with her body. The free-floating rage and hot flashes that arrive with the beginning of menopause feel like the very last straw--until she realizes she has the ability to channel them, and finally comes into her power. Guided by voices only Nessa can hear, the trio of women discover a teenage girl whose body was abandoned beside a remote beach. The police have written the victim off as a drug-addicted sex worker, but the women refuse to buy into the official narrative. Their investigation into the girl's murder leads to more bodies, and to the town's most exclusive and isolated enclave, a world of stupendous wealth where the rules don't apply. With their newfound powers, Jo, Nessa, and Harriet will take matters into their own hands...
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JenReadsAlot
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Thanks for this opportunity @monalyisha I really enjoy #auldlangspine
I've been intrigued by The Change and almost added to my #botm box yesterday but didn't!

monalyisha Tore through that one! 💜 4d
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BooksNBowls
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Strong start to my #12bookchallenge! Easily a 5 star book! ✨Murder mystery meets feminist revenge plot with a side of magic realism (my fave!) Absolutely loved it, loved the characters, loved the twists! Could see this being turned into a badass tv series, the dialogue was super witty and realistic.

readingjedi I LOVE that strawberry pot! 🍓 3w
Oryx This was a great read 3w
AmyG This book was so fun. 3w
5feet.of.fury ❤️❤️❤️ 3w
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BookBosomed1
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Mehso-so

I have complicated feelings about this book. If you‘re looking for an unapologetic feminist book with a side of magical realism, give it a try. I enjoyed it until about halfway through. Then, I tired of the story being centered around men…even if the story was about magical and powerful women holding men who act badly accountable. Centering men when trying not to center men is a plight that many feminist literary fiction books face.

IndoorDame Thoughtful review. 1mo
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TrishB
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#12booksof2022 September
Feminist, feisty fun 😁

Andrew65 Just read the blurb, this sounds brilliant. 1mo
squirrelbrain I‘m looking forward to this one! 1mo
TrishB @squirrelbrain oh I think you‘ll enjoy this one 🤞🏻 1mo
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5feet.of.fury
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My top 10 reads of the year.
The Change has to have the top spot. I will recommend it to anyone, regardless of what kind of books they read 😂
Verity I read it &then read the special edition. It‘s so chaotic, it has some problems.. it has many problems.. but wow
Song of Achilles & ACOTAR series, #booktokmademedoit #worthit
Lavender House deserves as much hype as any of the above.
Sager‘s newest is probably the most controversial 😅 on my list

5feet.of.fury Killers of a Certain Age - I ❤️ the characters and the comraderie
Birds of California was so topical, so sweet
The Vanishing Half was outstanding. Def the smartest thing I read all year.
Firekeepers Daughter was a great coming of age story, which also shed light on current struggles of First Nations people.
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wanderinglynn Awesome! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1mo
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kplovesbooks Sager's newest made my top 6! 😁 1mo
5feet.of.fury @kplovesbooks Nice! The twist had some divided responses, but I really loved it! 1mo
kplovesbooks @5feet.of.fury Same! It just worked very well. I wouldn't have believed such a twist could work so well had I not read it myself! 4w
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kimmypete1
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My 2022 Bracket for Book of the Year. I read a lot of good books this year, but The Change blew me away. Firekeeper's Daughter was a very close second.

Rehesina I love this idea! I‘ll try this out in 2023! 1mo
5feet.of.fury 2 amazing books battled for the top spot! 1mo
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Cinfhen
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#12BooksOf2022 @Andrew65 This was just a fun and entertaining female empowerment manifesto 🙌🏻 I‘d love to see another book with this crew. A modern day Witches of Eastwick 😄

squirrelbrain I have this on my physical TBR shelf - really looking forward to it! 1mo
TrishB In my top 22 😁 loved it. 1mo
Cinfhen It‘s fun @squirrelbrain It made my #Top22Of22 too @TrishB 💪🏽 1mo
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Andrew65 You are nominating some great books. 1mo
Cinfhen Thanks @Andrew65 I love picking a favorite of the month!! It helps to narrow my choices 1mo
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Me too, and also love reflecting on my reading year and using it to help frame my reading decisions for next year. 1mo
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AmyG
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I found this book to be so much fun to read.
#12Booksof2022 @Andrew65 #5

Andrew65 Does look fun. 1mo
Hooked_on_books Yes! Loved this one! 1mo
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jdiehr
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Loved it!

When the body of a young girl is found in a trash bag by the beach, it is discovered that she is one of many.

Three women who happen to be going through "the change," decide enough is enough.

One can see ghosts, one is physically very strong, and the other is, well...just kind of witchy.

Ruthiella She‘s “good with plants”… I loved this one too. 1mo
jdiehr @Ruthiella Yes! 😄 1mo
AmyG Agreed! This would make such a good movie…if cast right. 1mo
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PaperbackPirate
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I finished this book last night! My sister and I buddy read it and we both loved it! It‘s a murder mystery made special with amateur sleuths possessing supernatural powers. Each woman came into her powers during menopause so that was pretty badass. My (12 years older) sister declared she is going to start using her hot flashes to fight evil. 😅
👻💪🏻🍄🧙🏻👊🏻

15 points
#WinterReadathon

📷 Picture taken a few weeks ago at Grand Canyon

IuliaC Fabulous picture! 1mo
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Robotswithpersonality
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Hoo, wow, well if you're looking for feminist revenge fantasy, this is top quality. A masterful job at making me incandescently angry and then viciously satisfied.
Witches of Eastwick meets Girl with a Dragon Tattoo. I love that the focus is on attempting to bring answers and healing to families, justice to victims, focus to women's stories, not simply the ugly things misogynistic men do. Warning: mentions of suicide, suicide attempt, SA,abuse.

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Clare-Dragonfly
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I see why this has been so popular. I really liked the characters and their witchy menopause powers. However, the writing style really doesn‘t work for me so I‘ll move on to another book.

KristiAhlers Ah I‘m sorry it didn‘t connect with you. But yeah, life‘s to short to read what doesn‘t make you happy. 2mo
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BeeMagical
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Book 219🎧 4⭐️

These are some badass women👊🏻 Bastards getting what they deserve.

I originally thought this was going to be about changlings😂 but it turned out to be even better👏🏻

I can totally relate to the hot flashes 😂

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Robotswithpersonality
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Today's favourite sentence:

"The illusions of her youth had been removed with no anesthesia."

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Robotswithpersonality
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Re: Societal convention of years past to be all hush hush about menstruation.
"...nothing to be ashamed of."
"Then why are you whispering?"
Good fucking point.

Singout Oh, the memories… 2mo
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Robotswithpersonality
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"...the same deficiency."
HA! Get wreckt little HOA man.

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Chrissyreadit
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Thank you thank you thank you Amy for this Holiday surprise!!! I‘m so grateful and love all of this- and that book may be exactly what my heart needs at the moment ❤️❤️❤️

AmyG Ha…I think that book may just do it for you! You are so welcome, my friend. Hugs!!! 2mo
LeahBergen Lovely gifts. 😊 2mo
thegreensofa Cat notes! 🙂 2mo
Bookzombie Those note cards are so cute! 2mo
Avanders 😍😍😍 2mo
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Nessavamusic
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This was a dark delight. A group of 40/50 something women discover a dead body and while uncovering dark secrets of their wealthy town they also unlock great power. If you are a fan of revenge thrillers, feminine empowerment and a fresh take on mystery/thrillers I highly recommend. The only flaw was some slightly confusing sequence of past events. 4.5⭐️
#bookspinbingo - blackout! All books done
#NovelNovember - book 7

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! Fantastic month!!!! 2mo
Andrew65 7 books is brilliant 👏👏👏🥳 2mo
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jdiehr
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I love waking up in the morning, checking Litsy, and then dropping everything because #BOTM picks are live!!!

Pictured are my December pick, my BOTY pick, and my birthday add-on 😃

Oh, what fun!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Me too! 😊 2mo
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Julsmarshall
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A strange & powerful thriller full of strong women of certain age coming together to find a killer. A favorite quote that sums up the book: “I‘m getting pretty sick of waiting for justice. Justice may be relentless . . . but she is also hobbled by rules. That is why I choose vengeance. She is the only mistress I serve.” While longer than it needed to be, it was great fun and I recommend. #BookspinBingo @TheAromaofBooks #NovelNovember @Andrew65

Alora Ouhhh love the cover!!! 2mo
Andrew65 Great 🎉🎉🎉 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Stacked 📚 2mo
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Oryx
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Really liking this one - took me a few chapters to get into it, but I'm pretty hooked now. Loving these badass women.

Caroline2 Oh I have this on my kindle too. Glad to hear you‘re liking it. 👍 3mo
TrishB Yeah, I wanna be in their gang! 3mo
squirrelbrain I have this to read too! Should I suggest a #buddyread @Caroline2 ?! 😬 3mo
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Caroline2 @squirrelbrain Yes!! Let‘s do it! 😆 👍 3mo
squirrelbrain Yay! @Caroline2 - maybe in a week or so? 2mo
Caroline2 @squirrelbrain sounds good! 👍 2mo
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Julsmarshall
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The start has pulled me right in! #currentread

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty 💙🤍 3mo
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Karons1
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Wow wow and wow 🤩 it‘s a winner ! What an absolutely brilliant 🤩 book 📕 hard to review without giving a major plotline away just read it ! It‘s fantastic , it would make a brilliant tv series . Let‘s hope !

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NikkiKey94
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I cannot believe it took me this long to read this book! It is definitely one of my favorites! The three main characters in this book were badass women who wouldn‘t take any crap! I loved it so much!

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Christine
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This was somehow a bit different than what I'd expected in terms of content but exactly what I‘d expected re: awesomeness. Loved it!

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Johanna414
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The story was really dragging for me despite how much i wanted to love it, but the ending did pick up quite a bit. Ultimately a pick, but more a case of loving the idea of the book more than the realitt of it... #scarathlon #teammonstermash @StayCurious

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eanderson
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Waiting to pick up my mini man from preschool! 😍

AmyG Such a fun book! 3mo
robinb I remember those days! 😊 3mo
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Johanna414
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I was expecting to LOVE this one, but it just isn't there for me... I'm enjoying it enough to keep going but it will probably end up being a low pick. Part of the problem may be distractions in the form of cute animals? #dogsoflitsy

Bookzombie 💕🐱🐶 3mo
RebL Ohmygosh, I thought you were blurbing your pup. 🤦🏻‍♀️ 3mo
Johanna414 @RebL OMG! 😂 My love for this guy is a bit more than a low pick 😉 3mo
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eanderson
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Enjoying some time outside after volunteering at the local food bank. 😀 Starting the Change and pretty excited about it. #outstandingoctober

TrishB Hope you enjoy it 😁 3mo
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Eggbeater
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This is one of the best books I've read this year! Power to menopausal women everywhere! It's a murder mystery and a fantasy and vindication. It is the perfect book for where I am at in my life today. Women who reach their full magical potential in their late forties.

3rd book read for #OutstandingOctober @Andrew65

TrishB It was a great read 👍🏻 4mo
Andrew65 Fantastic 👏👏👏 3mo
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Roxanareads
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Young girls have been disappearing for years from Mattauk without explanation. Their disappearances simply explained as another runaway until a group of local women come together with their special gifts to unearth the terrible secrets this beach town has been hiding. A great fantasy thriller with unexpected twists.

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Cazxxx
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What a refreshing read. 3 amazing women dishing out exactly what is deserved. So unapologetically feminist, loved it!

AmyG This was a fun one. 4mo
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Cazxxx
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WJCintron 🤣😃🙌 4mo
Cazxxx @WJCintron 😁😁 4mo
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ChristianeErwin
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Witches of Eastwick meets Kill Bill. The underlying premise is familiar: middle-aged women, enraged by their treatment, set about taking revenge on those who wronged them. There's a twist: these three women have witchy superpowers, and although they think their quest is aimed at taking down a serial killer, they find that patriarchy, white supremacy, and kleptocracy are their true foes. I was pretty impressed with how it all went down in the end.

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ChristianeErwin
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CR: The Change by Kirsten Miller. Came as a rec from a friend who is also going through “the change“ 😉 I'm about a third of the way thru and loving it so far. A lot here is relatable, especially Harriet's experience at the ad agency for better or worse 😩

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AmyG
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Pure fun! A group of women get revenge on an Epstein-like murdering good old boys club.
Thanks @CBee for the recommendation!

CBee I am SO glad you liked it!! Hooray 😃 4mo
AmyG @CBee It would make a fabulous movie! 4mo
CBee @AmyG it really would! Maybe they‘ll make one 🤔🤔🤔 4mo
Megabooks This was fantastic!! 4mo
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monalyisha
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My husband LOVES stories about vigilante justice. Recently, when we were watching the newest season of Stranger Things & El struck a bully across the face with her roller skate, he legitimately cackled. I‘ve *never* felt comfortable sharing in that kind of delight. This story is the exception. God, did it feel good to witness shitty, powerful men who are used to getting everything handed to them, get *exactly* what they deserve. 👇🏻

monalyisha 1/3: Do I still think the morality is complex, and, perhaps, questionable? I do. But in this compulsively-readable, fictional tale of peri- and postmenopausal women coming into their powers and using them to bring male abusers and serial killers down, I barely flinched. (edited) 4mo
monalyisha 2/3: At first, I was worried that one of the three main characters is a black woman, written by a white woman. But I think it‘s done (mostly if not totally) sensitively and that it serves both the story and a deepening sense of social conscience and consciousness. I trust Miller did her research and had readers checking her. There‘s one instance of food-shaming that I thought struck an odd chord. That noted, I‘m now free to crow my praise. (edited) 4mo
monalyisha 3/3: This book was a BLAST to read! I didn‘t want to put it down! The cast of characters is sharp & lively. Miller‘s sense of wicked humor is a joy. And her overall message, that real magic lies in finding connection: connection to yourself, to friends & a community, and to nature, comes across clearly — as well as her darker but realistic message that sometimes, you have to burn it all down to rebuild something cleansed & purified from the ashes. 4mo
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monalyisha As far as the mystery, I *did* see all of it coming (and I‘m not psychic — just paying attention). Leonard was too good — and rich! — to be true, and I knew Claude had to be involved, as well (especially after she basically bought the Levisons off). I think her involvement was a necessary detail, showing that women can shoulder blame and responsibility for violence against women, too (especially when race and class are contributing factors). 4mo
monalyisha Note: Trigger warnings GALORE. 4mo
monalyisha This would be a great choice for a #Scarathlon2022 read! 4mo
Hooked_on_books Yes! I loved this one! It‘s SO satisfying. 4mo
Clare-Dragonfly Well, I already had this stacked, so… now it‘s on hold! 4mo
5feet.of.fury Yessss! I‘m glad you enjoyed it too! 4mo
Traceymclean sounds interesting, I've popped it on the 'to read' pile 4mo
BookBosomed1 Yes, this book is unapologetically feminist. I was delighted by it. 4mo
monalyisha @BookBosomed1 Yes! I don‘t think it‘s a perfect book. For example, transgender people are left out of the conversation entirely. For such a feminist book, Miller‘s definition of womanhood can be very narrow (see: the conversation when Harriet asserts that she was missing one thing that was absolutely necessary to be successful in her career [a penis]). Still, I was totally engrossed and I think she did *a lot* of things *very* well! 4mo
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monalyisha
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“The roof deck…is for men only. I‘ve never been invited and I‘ve never seen another female guest go up there.”

“You‘re saying women aren‘t allowed?” Jo asked.

“Of course we‘re *allowed,*” Harriet replied. “Women are allowed everywhere these days. Golf courses, nudie bars, the Racquet and Tennis Club. It would be scandalous if we weren‘t *allowed.* So instead, we‘re just not *invited.*”

SeaToSkyes I loved this book! 4mo
5feet.of.fury 💕 Harriet 4mo
Clare-Dragonfly Or, we‘re invited, but they are unpleasant places for women to be (while the men do their important work there, smug in the knowledge that women won‘t join). 4mo
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CBee This book is 🔥🔥🔥 One of my favorites this year so far! Random ? for you - when do you usually announce #newyearwhodis? I really want to do it and I always miss the announcement 🤦‍♀️ 4mo
monalyisha @CBee I usually start thinking about it mid-late November, so definitely try to check in with me/watch my posts around then! (Really enjoying the book so far. It‘s compulsively readable). 4mo
CBee @monalyisha I‘ll make a note on my calendar! I‘m excited 😊 Agreed - you start this book and it‘s hard to tear away from it. Loved it! 4mo
monalyisha @Clare-Dragonfly 💯 4mo
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TrishB
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I think it‘s all been said, but I loved this book ♥️♥️ It‘s funny and badass and I so want to be in this gang.

DGRachel Me, too! They‘re awesome. 🤩 5mo
eanderson Ok, now you have me intrigued. 5mo
TrishB @DGRachel they definitely are 😁 5mo
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TrishB @eanderson go for it 👍🏻 5mo
BarbaraBB Great review. Now I want to be in the gang too! 5mo
Cathythoughts Looks good ! Just downloaded the sample on kindle 👍🏻 5mo
Cathythoughts Loving the first sentence ! 5mo
erzascarletbookgasm Interesting gang. Stacking! 5mo
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GondorGirl
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I haven't been on Litsy much lately, but I'm still reading! The tagged book finished my GoodReads challenge for the year (I upped it to 175) and was also one of the best books I've read this year!

Deblovestoread Well done! 5mo
ShelleyBooksie Wow!! Congratulations, that's awesome! 5mo
LeahBergen Awesome! 5mo
Jas16 🙌🏽 5mo
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TrishB
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#motherdaughterread
I‘m on the right 😁 (just to confirm my book is on the right!).

CBee The Change is amazing!! Enjoy!! 5mo
Cazxxx The change sounds really good! 5mo
Jas16 Both are books on my TBR. 5mo
5feet.of.fury That cover for The Change is gorgeous! 5mo
TNbookworm I loved The Change, and that cover is gorgeous 😍 5mo
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LazyLibrary
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I LOVED this book! A refreshing take on middle-age and fantasy. A serial killer on Long Island is no match for 3 brilliant women with magic powers. The plot moves, the character‘s individuality really shines through in each chapter. It was fun and at times a little spooky. Very cool and different from anything I‘ve read in a long time. Highly recommend! #thechange #botm

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Mogoeg
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Can this be the start of a new genre? Menopausal righteous rage vigilante thrillers? Because I'M ALL IN. The Change is pulpy, propulsive, tons of fun & sooo satisfying. The reveal/twist was easy to guess, but it really doesn't matter.

I enjoyed all the characters, but Harriet the botanist witch is clearly the standout. She needs her own book series. And this book would make an excellent limited tv series as well. In fact it seems perfect for it.

DGRachel Yes to all of this!! 5mo
Megabooks 💯💯💯 5mo
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hissingpotatoes
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5/5⭐ Magnificent. I feel like I just watched a movie. Harriett Osborne is Everything.

5feet.of.fury Sooo good 5mo
Ruthiella Harriet was awesome. 🌱 💥 5mo
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hissingpotatoes
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Anger's like rocket fuel. Either it pushes you forward or it burns you alive.

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ShyBookOwl
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Thanks @hannah-leeloo for the tag!

1. The Change
2. So far... The It Girl !!
3. Scotland, British Columbia, Nova Scotia

#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

@EclecticBookLover wanna play? 😊

Eggs Thanks for playing 📚 ✈️ 🗺 5mo
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BookwormAHN
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The Change
Agatha Christie
Cabin in The Woods
The Cranberries
Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas & Closer by NIN

#ManicMonday #LetterC @CBee

CBee Thanks for playing! The Change is one of my favorite reads this year (so far) 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 5mo
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swishandflick
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This book deserves every bit of praise I've seen and then some! I loved these badass women, I loved the writing, I loved every second. 👏🏽 #BOTM

Erinreadsthebooks Me, too! I thought it was great. 6mo
Megabooks 💯💯💯 agree! 6mo
5feet.of.fury 💕yes! 6mo
jlhammar Such a fun read! Glad you enjoyed it. 5mo
LazyLibrary Just finished this tonight and it really was a fantastic read! 5mo
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swishandflick
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Can I just say that I am LOVING this book so far. It feels like it's been a while since I started a #BOTM pick that immediately gave me the "oh snap, this may go in the favorites pile" feeling. These are the BOTM moments that I stick around for - when they hit me with a book I might not have read otherwise and it's amazing!

PS: no spoilers please, I'm not too far in yet and trying to savor it ?

vivastory I love that feeling. I suspect that Iglesias' The Devil Takes You Home will surprise me too. 6mo
BookBosomed1 I started this last night, and I stayed up way past my bedtime reading it! 6mo
5feet.of.fury So good! 6mo
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BrittanyReads I want to add this to my box so bad!! But I am holding out in hopes it's a nominee for Book of the Year! 🤞🤞 I see nothing but love for it! Enjoy! 6mo
KristiAhlers If you love it now you‘re going to be Def making room on a keeper shelf! 6mo
jlhammar Such a fun read! So glad you're enjoying it as much as I did. 6mo
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This story was so good! Three kick-ass women go on the hunt for what they believe is a serial killer killing young women and dumping them in/by the ocean in a very rich part of town. It‘s a great mix of murder mystery, feminist manifesto, and magical realism. The main characters are amazing and I‘d love to see them come back in another story. There‘s always more work for them to do 😉! 🌟🌟🌟🌟

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