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The Drift
The Drift | C. J. Tudor
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PRE-ORDER THE HEART-POUNDING NEW NOVEL FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE CHALK MAN AND RICHARD & JUDY PICK THE BURNING GIRLS Prepare for the big chill . . . An overturned coach full of students. A stranded cable car full of strangers. An isolated chalet full of friends. Outside, a snowstorm rages. Inside one group, a killer lurks. But which one? And why is no rescue coming? What are they trying to escape from? And who are the terrifying Whistlers? A locked-room mystery. A dystopian thriller. A nail-shredding horror. One mind-bending twist. THE DRIFT - survival can be murder. Praise for C. J. Tudor: 'C. J. Tudor is terrific. I can't wait to see what she does next' Harlan Coben 'Britain's female Stephen King' Daily Mail 'A mesmerizingly chilling and atmospheric page-turner' J.P. Delaney 'Her books have the ability to simultaneously make you unable to stop reading while wishing you could bury the book somewhere deep underground where it can't be found. Compelling and haunting' Sunday Express 'Some writers have it, and some don't. C. J. Tudor has it big time' Lee Child 'A dark star is born' A. J. Finn
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twinkletoes74
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Mehso-so

An overturned coach full of students.
A stranded cable car full of strangers.
An isolated chalet full of friends.
Outside, a snowstorm rages. Inside each group, a killer lurks.

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MrT
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TD - bleak pandemic but very readable thriller. 3 POVs that seemly don't connect. I figured out the big twists 3rd of way thru.

ATDT twisty crime drama. Was good but, not a patch on her debut novel

TLM - really enjoyed this and the time period it was set in. Look forward to the next book, however wary of how long books 2,3&4 are.

TDOW black humour crime novel set in a 'prison' town. Very quickly read this.

A good start to 2024 reading.

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intothehallofbooks
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This was a ton of fun! Three different thrilling and horrifying POV‘s that came together in the end—but NOT AT ALL in the ways I suspected they might. So many twists. So claustrophobic and bloody. It‘s a post-apocalyptic virus story and very, very cold and snowy. It‘s exactly what I wanted to read and now I‘m wondering if CJ Tudor‘s other books are this good.

ericarobynreads I loved this one!! 4mo
Reggie You totally didn‘t want to be a woman in this book. 4mo
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intothehallofbooks
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My next read is one I found when compiling a list of holiday or winter books without romance as a focal point. I tend to read a lot of seasonal romance and I just wanted to try something a bit different.

I‘m really loving the wintery, snowy books I‘m finding. Especially the horror and thriller ones. My favorites so far this season have been The Shuddering by A Ahlborn (rec‘d by @Reggie) and Snow by R Malfi. I also loved Lawhon‘s The Frozen River.

Reggie 🖤🖤🖤 Have you read Dark Matter by Michelle Paver. If you‘re still on the cold, snowy kick you might like it and it‘s creepy. 4mo
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jlhammar
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Action-packed and horrifying. Set for a TV adaptation and I can see why. Audiobook was well done, but I think print may have worked better for me. Fast-paced, lots of characters, different plot lines—a dark and crazy ride.

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RaeLovesToRead
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#two4tuesday @TheSpineView 💕
Thanks for the tags @The_Penniless_Author & @batsy 💕

1) Tagged - despite being bleak with a capital BLEAK, this was a great read

2) I'm looking forward to some festive mysteries!

TheSpineView Thanks for playing!🎄📖📚 6mo
batsy Nice! I'm looking forward to the stabby festive mysteries, too 😆 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @batsy My plan was to do a video on my YouTube channel, but I'm such a slow reader... it'll probably be done by next Xmas haha 6mo
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PageShifter
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This novel included three different plotlines so there was quite amount of characters. Somehow I found it quite easy to remember them.

This was more like a survival story than a thriller, but some parts were thrilling too.

I really loved the ending and a big twist there. I had no idea how everything was connected, that was awesome!

I truly enjoyed reading this and I can just hope every book to be this entertaining.

Bklover I can‘t wait to read this one!! 6mo
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RaeLovesToRead
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Wow. That was bleak.

This could easily have been a 5 star read, but I feel so empty inside now!

Tudor gives me Harlan-Coben-does-horror vibes, and boy does it make for a page turner. Short, twisty chapters, non-stop action, mystery galore... The Drift was incredible.

But grim.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

BarbaraBB I just read this too and felt the same 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @BarbaraBB 😭😭😭 6mo
batsy Sounds good! (Grim is my thing...) 6mo
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RaeLovesToRead @batsy This book was so so good. But, yes, very bleak. Be prepared! 6mo
jlhammar I've got the audiobook checked out - can't wait to get started! 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @jlhammar It's such a good thriller, but don't expect it to be heart warming lol 😅 6mo
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RaeLovesToRead
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Thanks for the #two4tuesday tags @TheSpineView @julesG @The_Penniless_Author 💕

As a UK litten, everything I know about Thanksgiving is from Family Guy and American Dad, so I'm pretty sure any answer I give would be completely inappropriate 😅

So, have a nice, late Autumn picture from this evening instead 😊😁

Currently reading The Drift by C.J. Tudor.

Susanita Eat a lot and watch football 🏈 is all you really need to know. 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @Susanita The former: YES!!!! I'm in... oh wait, I have to watch football?? *gets plane back to the UK* haha 6mo
Susanita The first game usually has a good halftime show. By the time that‘s over, you can just sit in an easy chair and sleep off your food coma. Oh, and before football you can watch parades and the dog show. 6mo
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RaeLovesToRead @Susanita OK, I can probably manage that. I have to be grateful for stuff too, right? But I'm English! Passive aggressively moaning about everything is kind of a lifestyle choice 😄😉 6mo
Susanita 😂😂😂 6mo
dabbe @Susanita 🤣🤣🤣 6mo
dabbe @Susanita Especially the Macy's Day Parade! 🤩 6mo
TheSpineView Thanks for playing! Happy Thanksgiving! ❤️🦃 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead oh my gosh you're so right. Passive aggressive moaning and of course a good weather chat. I'm in the UK too. 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @kezzlou85 How about this weather we're having though? 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead oh I know. You just never know what it's going to do. Definitely don't want to be queueing outside at the moment. 🤣 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @kezzlou85 A queue? Where? I should go and join... 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead you should you wouldn't want to miss out. 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @kezzlou85 And if anyone pushes in front of me I shall tut loudly and mutter "Well I never!" but never actually confront them ?? 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead and then you must complain with the others who have been inconvenienced by this terrible person 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @kezzlou85 Am I right in thinking you are Northern? 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead nope I'm from Norfolk. The land of tractors and amazing beaches. 6mo
RaeLovesToRead @kezzlou85 My friend who is a Londoner was scandalised because someone tried to talk to her at a bus stop ?? (I'm in the Midlands, but I kinda count it as "North" haha) 6mo
kezzlou85 @RaeLovesToRead we're a little friendlier here. Love a chat or complaint. We're East so you would be north to us. 6mo
Amiable “Family Guy” and “American Dad” are the best! 😄 Ha ha, so happy to hear that you watch them. 6mo
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BarbaraBB
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#BookReport 45/23

I had a good reading week with a graphic novel and a memoir (both I don‘t often read) and two thrillers. My favorite was The Word is Murder.

Megabooks Great week B! 👍🏻💜 6mo
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BarbaraBB
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This book has it all: it‘s a psychological thriller, a horror and a dystopian read. It was scary, the many twists, the winter setting and that horrible pandemic destroying humanity. The ending was a bit disappointing but I don‘t care too much, it was a super gripping read throughout

Megabooks Very cool! 6mo
Reggie This was not a good book to be a woman in. But I really liked it, also. 6mo
Suet624 Your sky vs the sky in the book. Very clever. :) 6mo
BarbaraBB @Reggie Lol, you‘re right, the women weren‘t very lucky in the book - as were most men 🤣 6mo
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Laughterhp
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Not this books fault at all, but I am so sick of pandemic books. This one was on me because I just added it to my TBR because I really like this author.

I like the way this story unraveled and is told from 3 viewpoints. This pandemic is different and is called red eye. (Reminded me of doctor who).

This book is set during a snowstorm. And has a lot of death and violence in it.

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Marquis784
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Mehso-so

It‘s about 3.5 stars as it got confusing with the plot and characters. I did enjoy the deceptive characters all trying to survive a clearly impossible scenario. I was not prepared for the gory apocalyptic story. It was all anticlimactic for me given the deadly virus to which they had all been exposed.

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PageShifter
The Drift | C. J. Tudor

“We don‘t realize, any of us, how much our existence depends upon hope and purpose, the promise of a new day. Take that away and we‘re just automatons, going through the motions until we wind down and die.”

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EverydayImReading
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Mehso-so

My first time reading this author. Fast paced. Interesting topic which I felt didn‘t develop as well as I hoped. As a virologist I‘m saying so so as I was hoping for more science and less action and gore. Still a good read. Maybe not a beach read though. Save for a winter night.

Cathythoughts Nice review 👍🏻 13mo
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LaraReads
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This one was a pretty unusual listen for me. I‘m not much of a horror fan, but I have to say this was gripping from the get-go. I really liked the multiple points of view, and I had absolutely no idea how they were going to connect. I thought it was very interesting how they all eventually merged. It is definitely a bleak, not at all hopeful take on a pandemic/post outbreak kind of world. But I would say if I could stomach it, others can!

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actualdisneyprincess
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I wouldn‘t call myself much of a horror reader…except for when there‘s a new C.J. Tudor book to devour. I‘m about 100 pages into this, have no idea what‘s really going on or where it‘s going, but I am 100000% along for the ride. #thedrift #cjtudor

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marleed
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I have to give this book a big thumbs up for my not having a clue how these 3 groups of people were going to come together for a meaningful story. And then when it was made clear, still giving the reader sufficient word count to fully flush out the story. This is a not too distant gruesome future fiction with a pandemic setting. And stop. I type no more less I give anything away! ↓

Cathythoughts Stacking 👍🏻♥️ 13mo
marleed It‘s April and my sister sent me the background pic of the 7 ft pile of snow created so she could get out of her driveway in my hometown. She‘s not interested in any weather complaints from me! 13mo
marleed @Cathythoughts It‘s so well written! I just changed out my photo for this book because I can‘t stop thinking about my sister as I dig in my garden! 13mo
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Jemgirl2014
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I was up until 6:00 this morning listening to this. It is the most depressing, despairing, and probably the goriest book I have ever read. It reminds me why I avoid Post Apocalyptic books. On the other hand, it reminds me of just how brilliant CJ Tudor is! My God! She is a rare breed. She is well-versed in beautiful characterization and creating strong plot lines. Always highly original. Can‘t wait for the TV show! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

carolcharityhome Hello are you there 14mo
carolcharityhome Hello are you there 14mo
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Erinreadsthebooks
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Pickpick

👌Ok, I dug this apocalyptic thriller. It‘s not a book I‘m going to remember forever nor was it one I couldn‘t put down, but it was enjoyable with solid writing and interesting characters…and that‘s good enough for me!

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ElleMNOpe
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Mehso-so

A highly atmospheric read. The style did lend itself to some confusion, which some may find frustrating. A dark blend of mystery, thriller, & horror. It's an interesting mix & an attention-grabbing read. Though not necessarily scary, there is a good amount of gore. The writing is fairly visceral. An interesting read with a lot of tense situations. The myriad of characters can become a bit confusing, but it is overall fast-paced & gripping.

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LaceyDoesLit
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Check out my #bookreview at LaceyDoesLit.com! @penguinrandomhouse #books

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Jemgirl2014
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Last Saturday, to celebrate the first day of Los Angeles sunshine in weeks, I treated Nola to Salt&Straw Ice Cream. Currently listening to “The Drift” by CJ Tudor. I guess I went into reading this one blind because I had no idea it‘s about a zombie apocalypse. I usually avoid these types of books. So glad I didn‘t! Oh, check out the ice cream I got for myself: Off Limits Zombie Cereal w/Coconut and Pandan. A perfect pairing with this book.😅

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Jolynne
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I often read apocalyptic/dystopian books but avoided those with zombie like creatures. I started this book and a TV series “The Last of Us” not knowing there were creatures 🧟‍♂️. I actually enjoyed them.

SamAnne I can‘t handle zombies but I‘ve finally been convinced to watch The Last Of Us. 1y
Jolynne The Last of Us, so good. 1y
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BeeMagical
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Book 52📚 4.8⭐️

Oooo this one was SO good. MPOVs, tension you could cut with a knife and spooky infected humans? How could you go wrong!

A MUST read for the winter szn!🌨️❄️

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Suelizbeth
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I am such a big fan of C.J. Tudor. Her books chill me to the bone, and this one is no exception. There are 3 narratives that seem at once to be connected and not. The links become clearer the further you read, but they also become more and more horrific. This is about a world wide, all encompassing pandemic, so be forewarned. This author is a must read! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Twainy
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🎧 LOVE the narration! Not my favorite of CJT‘s books but a good one! Snow storm. 3 stories wrapped into one. Horror & twists. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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BeeMagical
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Which one to start?!

Opinions?

The weather is saying Drift❄️😂 @Reggie You agree?

RosePressedPages I agree with the weather, definitely The Drift! 1y
Reggie I do!! I‘m not one for thrillers but that had me glued to the pages. 1y
Twainy I‘m reading The Drift in March 😁 so it gets my vote as well. 1y
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LeslieO
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#BookSpin ✔️
#DoubleSpin ✔️
#NonFiction2023 ✔️ (Thank you, @BookwormAHN 🙂)
#SeriesLove2023 ✔️
Murder during a reunion at a ski lodge in a snowstorm ✔️ and ✔️

Good month The Measure and The Drift were my favs. #FebruaryRecap

LaraReads Way to go! 🙌🏻 1y
BookwormAHN 😺😺😺 1y
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Bette
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Mehso-so

The virus was clever.
Blood, fluids, air. It constantly found new ways to travel.
The Elon f—king Musk of infection.
Reading this during a snowstorm in a pandemic probably influenced how I felt about this. Others will enjoy it. Just not me right now. 🫣

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OwenB
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I‘ve enjoyed the authors previous books so I read this without hesitation. It focuses on characters and their circumstances after a virus outbreak in a post apocalyptic world. Some definite similarities to the COVID outbreak we all experienced but still an enjoyable read.

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Tiffiney
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Panpan

I didn‘t realize this was a dystopian pandemic book…if I had I wouldn‘t have even started it. I have no desire to read about Covid times or anything similar. I almost DNF‘d a few times, but I stuck it out. I shouldn‘t have bothered 👎🏻

Bette Yeah, same. Wish I‘d followed through with quitting. 1y
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Reggie
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I am not one for action movies until I‘m with friends and they put one on and on the inside I‘m pouting because it‘s not horror until the movie starts and then I‘m like- this was really good. Same thing here. 3 different situations all linked together set against the backdrop of a post apocalyptic pandemic. You‘re not getting feelings and flowers here, you‘re getting blood and guts and propulsion to read on. Pick!

TrishB Great review 👍🏻 and same. I‘m always like- an action film 🤷‍♀️ do I have to! 1y
dylanisreading Same! I always wish they'd put on a horror movie instead until I get absorbed into the action lol. 1y
LeahBergen I‘m the same with action movies. 😆 1y
vivastory Horror movie>Action movie 1y
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Buchbeeg
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😶
Holy bajesus, what did I just read?!?!?
You follow three main characters in different settings through the disaster of a snow storm, a deadly virus, group conflict and so much more.
You know these three characters and stories are connected but holy wow....did not see that coming!
I rarely read novels a second time though, but I will be with this one.

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Reggie
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Omg this book is wild. Not even halfway through and there are these acts and reveals of violence that have me doing my best Home Alone Kevin face. 😱Wild.

Tiffiney I just started this one… 1y
CoverToCoverGirl Yikes! 😲 I‘m terrified just reading your review. 1y
Reggie @Tiffiney I hope you‘re enjoying it. The bandana reveal. That‘s all I‘m gonna say. Lol 1y
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Reggie @CoverToCoverGirl mucho scary! Lol 1y
TNbookworm Great review 🙂 1y
Twainy This has been on my Libby wait list forever … just 4 more weeks 😁 1y
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Lovesbooks87
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Listening to the tagged book as I make some new sorting activities for my classroom!

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candc320
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This was soooo good!!! The author describes the book in the acknowledgment as “a triple-locked room mystery/post-apocalyptic horror thriller” and that‘s pretty perfect. You know through out that these 3 separate stories - which were all great - were going to somehow come together or connect somehow. I kind of had an idea how they would and was somewhat correct but not totally. My favorite of the author‘s books! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

jlhammar Oh wow, I already wanted to read this, but now I'm even more excited! 1y
candc320 I hope you love it too, @jlhammar !! 1y
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Buchbeeg
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The "I Hate Lupus" starter pack ?

The Tylenol is wishful thinking but what the heck! And yes I know sugar doesn't help but just let me have one piece!

Good news is randomly finding The Drift at the library ?

CBee I wondered if the Tylenol helps - I have arthritis and can‘t really find any over the counter meds that work 🤦‍♀️ 1y
Buchbeeg @CBee Arthritis pain is the worst! Usually it doesn't really touch the pain. But every once and awhile I notice a difference so if it's a bad one, I'll take some and hope for the best! 1y
CBee @Buchbeeg all you can do 🤷‍♀️ 1y
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Cinfhen
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My first book by CJ Tudor and certainly an author I‘ll read again. A #DystopianThriller with a clever #twist and plenty of #secrets - initially it was difficult to keep track of the LONG cast of characters (not sure it was even necessary) but once everything started falling into place it all made sense. If you enjoy locked room thrillers this one will keep you guessing. Loved the multicast narration. #NetGalley #NowAvailable

Librarybelle I have one or two books by this author that I picked up through #BOTM but have not read any yet. From the cover I would not guess this is dystopian! 1y
Cinfhen I wasn‘t sure what this was about before I read it @Librarybelle but I think it‘s better knowing less / I saw a few people call this book horror but that‘s not how I would describe this book. 1y
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RebelReader There is a TV series called Big Sky that is based on some of his books. (Hulu). I like it, but I haven‘t read any of his books. 1y
Cinfhen Ohhhh, I heard about Blue Sky @RebelReader I‘ll need to check it out and surprise…..CJ Tudor is a female author! I never knew before I googled the author. 1y
RebelReader @Cinfhen Surprise! Another female author! ❤️❤️❤️ 1y
BarbaraBB Is this the one @TrishB has been reading as well? It sounds great! Kudos for listening to it on audio, I always think that‘s so hard with so many different names and characters! 1y
Cinfhen Yes @TrishB just read it too @BarbaraBB I think it might have been easier in print but I like to listen so my hands and body are free to do other things. Sometimes I find reading iTOO STATIONARY 🤪 I think you‘d like this book, B❣️ I was originally hoping to use for #NoricNoir but the setting is never mentioned 1y
TrishB Yes I really enjoyed too 👍🏻 1y
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TrishB
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I really enjoyed this. Not a ground breaking literary event, but fast paced thriller that has you thinking about all the connections. I‘ve enjoyed all this authors so far.
#booked2023 #aboutapandemic

Cinfhen I just started this one! I‘m TOTALLY hooked…but SO MANY characters to keep track of 1y
Cinfhen This is my first by the author…. 1y
BarbaraBB Oooh this is one I want to read too. I really liked 1y
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LeahBergen Sounds fun! 1y
TrishB @Cinfhen yes, takes a few chapters to get them in place! 1y
TrishB @BarbaraBB yes I enjoyed that one too 👍🏻 1y
Cathythoughts Stacking. 1y
TrishB @LeahBergen yes it was fun! Very movie like. 1y
MyNamesParadise Good to know! I‘ll put a hold on it at the library! 1y
Reggie Just wanted to say, you really didn‘t want to be a woman in this book-Rip Hannah, Meg, Caren, Julia, Cassie, Peggy and Sarah. 1y
TrishB @Reggie yeah that did both me a bit!! 1y
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LeslieO
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Another great recommendation from Meredith of the Currently Reading podcast. I love a adventure/survival thriller. 5⭐️ for me!

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candc320
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My second library haul of the week 🤦🏼‍♀️. Starting The Drift right away!!

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deeannloso
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OMG!! This book was like the COVID-19 pandemic meets the zombie apocalypse!! It was so good! There are three narrators talking about their experiences and it makes you wonder what each one has to do with the other. Then the author slowly starts to sprinkle in connections throughout the rest of the book until revealing it all in the end. Best psychological thriller I‘ve read in a long time.

ericarobynreads 🤘🤘🤘🤘 1y
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ericarobynreads
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C.J. Tudor is just so darn talented. She has been one of my auto-buy authors since her debut, The Chalk Man. When I heard that we were going to luck out and be able to chat with her during her book tour in the US for The Drift, I was ecstatic!

Check out the episode by clicking below:
https://www.ericarobynreads.com/c-j-tudor-on-dead-headspace/

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deeannloso
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“Three ordinary people risk everything for a chance at redemption in this audacious, utterly gripping novel of catastrophe and survival at the end of the world, from the acclaimed author of The Chalk Man.”

ericarobynreads 🙌🙌 I LOVED this book! My favorite of hers so far! 1y
deeannloso @ericarobynreads I just finished the audiobook. I absolutely loved it! The best psychological thriller I‘ve read in a long time. 1y
ericarobynreads @deeannloso wahoo!!! How heartbreaking was Meg‘s storyline? Oofh… 1y
deeannloso @ericarobynreads It was! But then, I think all the narrators had somewhat of a difficult past. One of them (won‘t mention names) went about life in a screwed up way. 😢 1y
ericarobynreads @deeannloso very true! My goodness, the number of times I gasped while reading… 1y
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Mel
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Pickpick

Multiple locked-room mystery scenarios set against the back drop of a plague-ridden dystopian future? Sign. Me. Up. This book was a win for me. The author cleverly wove together the storylines while creating compelling characters. I enjoyed how it all slowly unfolded and came together like a puzzle. #NetGalley #TheDrift #RandomHouse #Ballantine

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The Drift | C. J. Tudor
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Obsessed with this book! 🤘🖤❄️💀

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The Drift | C. J. Tudor
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The Drift by C.J. Tudor is an intense, claustrophobia-inducing tale set in a post-apocalyptic world that will chill you deeply.

These storylines entwine so perfectly into one. I had an absolute blast with each perspective and had various moments of shock when I started putting puzzle pieces together.

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