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The Lost Bookshop
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
The Keeper of Stories meets The Lost Apothecary in this evocative and charming novel full of mystery and secrets.
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Smlambert725
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods

“Lost is not a hopeless place to be. It is a place of patience, of waiting. Lost does not mean gone for ever. Lost is a bridge between worlds, where the pain of our past can be transformed into power. You have always held the key to this special place, but now you are ready to unlock the door.”
#June2024

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Sharpeipup
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Feels decadent to read in a coffeeshop on a weekday!

LiteraryinLawrence Ooh, soak up the decadence! 4w
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fictionaddictbooks
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Gryffleclaw95
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Bailedbailed

I had high hopes for “The Lost Bookshop” as I always love a bookish cozy read. However, all three of the main characters felt kind of bland and poorly developed. The main characters also made frustrating and very rash decisions, and the actual story itself fell flat.

bookishbitch Oh that is very disappointing. Cute cover too! 1mo
Gryffleclaw95 @bookishbitch I know right? I loved the cover and the gold foiling on it 😞 1mo
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fictionaddictbooks
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Hushhh.. Reading in progress

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DestinyMorna
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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Pickpick

A wonderfully magical book about 2 women separated by decades. Opaline is in 1921 fleeing her brother‘s attempts to arrange her marriage. Martha is our present day narrator fleeing an abusive husband. They are connected by a magical bookshop which appears then disappears. I very much enjoyed this book and it felt like a warm hug to all those who love literature. Even the dedication was special. “TO ALL THE BOOK LOVERS”

5 stars

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rmaclean4
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Panpan

It took me months to finish this historical, fatasy romance. There are two timelines in the novel. I figured out the twist well before the novel revealed the connection between the past and present. The writing was cliqued at times. I was not the right reader for this novel. 2 🌟

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DestinyMorna
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“A good story always begins with tea”. -the lost bookshop. #bookquote. #currentlyreading. #thelostbookshop

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Bookworm04
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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it good so far on ch 3 now

seen on reading group of beating ur kindle timer per chapter by setting on phone fun way so added to my ipad 🙂 fun

Top timer set for chapter
Bottom is time left of the timer

Winner

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Lizwarnerpdx
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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Such a charming tale! Told in two timelines, a story of love, loss, independent women, and rare books. With a little magic thrown in.

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bekakins
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Pickpick

My book club read for the month - not what I expected but I enjoyed it very much. Loved all the little Easter egg references to classic books (and I probably missed loads too) - a nice cosy story.

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Allthebookclubs
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Pickpick

The story is told from three viewpoints but two are happening at the same time and together. Opaline‘s story is absolutely heartbreaking, fortunately her will was strong. Madame Bowden is hilarious and the perfect touch. I‘m glad Martha overcame her obstacles and found her strength and Henry.
Book #8 in 2024

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Magdalenka
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“How far will you go to find your story ? “ - FAR ! I already did it once

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KristiAhlers
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I really enjoyed this one. Although the ending isn't exactly what I was expecting I still felt this was an overall enjoyable read with characters I wanted to take the journey with.

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Balibee146
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Got up at 6 am to the first snow of the winter here... Quite a decent amount too and at that time on a Saturday morning absolutely pristine and untouched apart from some fox tracks. Made some footprints with the doggo and now settled down while everyone else sleeps to finish this.
Simple pleasures.

#kindle

quietlycuriouskate That sounds heavenly! 7mo
TrishB Sounds lovely ♥️ 7mo
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Balibee146
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Next up on #kindle

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julesG
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Mehso-so

#ARC #MountARC #NetGalley

This book about a lost bookshop in Dublin that magically appears and disappears seemingly at its own will has three different points of view and two different timelines. There's Opaline, who found the shop in the 1920s, and there are Martha and Henry, who found the shop about a hundred years later. Slowly their stories unfold and those are not exactly picture perfect stories.

I liked it, but some of the ⬇️

julesG magical realism elements felt a bit too random to me. I even flipped back a few times to see whether I had missed some information. 8mo
TrishB This is on my pile too. 8mo
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Hannah_11
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Pickpick

This is a book for book lovers! What a beautiful story, felt a little confusing at times (there‘s a lot going on). But the bottom line is that this is a tale about people who love books and a reminder about the power they hold. #pick #thelostbookshop

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Jen2
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Pickpick

Very sweet

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Serenity_Within86
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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Pickpick

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ omg I absolutely loved it I wanted to jump in the book and live there

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Serenity_Within86
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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Omg I'm loving this book!!!!

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Serenity_Within86
The Lost Bookshop | Evie Woods
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I wasn't feeling Medusa's sisters I'm on a witchy and magical realism kick lately so I decided to read this one instead