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Abailliekaras

Abailliekaras

Joined May 2016

Reader, podcaster ‘Books On The Go‘ 🎧 with @mr_annie , Ep 96 ‘When I Hit You‘ www.booksonthego.net @roomtoread regional director
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The Overstory by Richard Powers
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Becoming by Michelle Obama
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The White Castle by Orhan Pamuk
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New episode of ‘Books on the Go‘ is up! 🎧 ‘When I Hit You ‘ -by @meenakandasamy - every bit as searing as they said; virtuosic - one of my books of the year. ❤️

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Fleishman Is in Trouble: A Novel | Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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Quick re-read en route to Book Club! 📖

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The Overstory | Richard Powers
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Reading ‘The Overstory‘ is making me see trees in a whole new light 🌳. This avenue and our street were planted with English Oak and English Elm trees in memory of our fallen soldiers after WW1. 🌺

Cinfhen So beautiful and yes, I have a deep gratitude for trees after reading 1w
Cathythoughts Just finished Overstory yesterday .... I agree , I see the trees 👍🏻❤️ beautiful pic (edited) 1w
Abailliekaras @Cinfhen @cathythoughts thank you! I feel a book hangover coming on after I finish this one. 😉 1w
Blaire Heard so many good things about this one...need to make time for it. 1w
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Bruny | Heather Rose
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Our new episode of Books On The Go is up! 🎧

@mr_annie and I were thrilled to chat with Heather Rose about her new novel ‘Bruny‘. 🤩

Heather is best known for ‘The Museum of Modern Love‘ - it won multiple awards incl the 2017 Stella Prize. (SO much love for that book! 🥰).

‘Bruny‘ is a political satire set in Tasmania. A fun & thought-provoking mix of family drama, dystopia and spy thriller.
Have you read it? Love to hear your thoughts.

Freespirit I haven't read it. I loved The Museum of Modern Love. This will be a must read for me! 1w
MrsMalaprop Just about to start for this month‘s book club 😊. 1w
Abailliekaras @freespirit so did I! 🥰 this one is very different (a smart choice I think). 1w
Abailliekaras @mrsmalaprop let me know what you think! 1w
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The Overstory | Richard Powers
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My children building a tree-house this morning. Very on-point with my current read! 😝🌳

Tamra 👌🏾 1w
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The Overstory | Richard Powers
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My flight read (en route to Sydney this morning). I am loving this! 📖🥰

Tamra I am so ready to read this one! 2w
Cathythoughts I‘m reading it at the moment too ... really good 2w
Abailliekaras @Cathythoughts I‘m loving it more and more as I go on! 1w
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The Weekend | Charlotte Wood
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3 women go to a beach town near Sydney to clear out the house of their friend who‘s died. I liked this. I appreciate Charlotte Wood‘s prose: grown-up, direct & unflinching. She gives you the truth even if it‘s not pretty- she doesn‘t fudge it. The characters are complex & real - aged 70, facing their mortality, regrets & what lies ahead. Honest re being a woman w precarious health & finances. The dog was off-putting & the ending a little flat.

BarbaraBB Sounds real good. I hadn‘t heard of it. 2w
Abailliekaras @BarbaraBB I‘ll be interested to hear your thoughts if you read it! 2w
BarbaraBB Have you read and if so what did you think of 2w
Abailliekaras @BarbaraBB a bit harrowing for me but a strong book and well-written. 2w
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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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I didn‘t love this. It has some of Margaret Atwood‘s verve, humour and great writing and Aunt Lydia is a strong character, but overall I found it contrived and almost YA in style. It‘s a worthy companion to The Handmaid‘s Tale, an easy read and completes the story. But it didn‘t surprise or delight me and the prose wasn‘t exhilarating by Atwood‘s (high) standards. I‘ve done a longer review on the blog. (Booksonthego.net ).

Christoffer I love this review. Short yet perceptive, appreciative yet critical. Looking forward to reading your fuller evaluation! 2w
Abailliekaras Thank you @Christoffer ! Yes it was a mixed experience. 😉 2w
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The Memory Police | Yoko Ogawa
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Beautifully written but melancholy book about objects disappearing & people forgetting them, enforced by the Memory Police. The narrator hides a friend in her house (similar to Anne Frank). I love Yoko Ogawa‘s prose, clarity & compassion for her characters. It made me think about how states exert power & what we need to stay human. But I didn‘t understand the motive - what the police gained from it all - & found it slow & depressing.

Bookish.SAM Sounds interesting... 2w
Abailliekaras @Bookish.SAM yes it‘s definitely interesting! 2w
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The Memory Police | Yoko Ogawa
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Our new episode of Books on the Go is up! 🎧 @mr_annie and I discuss The Memory Police. Can you have a ‘restful dystopia‘? 🤔 Annie loved this one. Take a listen - where podcasts live.

Hazel2019 Reading this right now 😁 will have to listen to the episode as soon as I‘m done in a couple days probably. 2w
Abailliekaras Fabulous, let us know what you thought! 2w
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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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I didn‘t think this was for me (the fictional band put me off - sounded contrived) but loved it! It reads as band members talking to a journalist, so this cuts through the fiction & make-believe & feels like they‘re chatting to you. The intimacy makes it engaging & hooks you in. The characters & rock lifestyle felt real - fun comparing to actual bands; & poignant re addiction & being true to yourself. Daisy: ‘I am not a muse. I am the somebody‘.

Lifeisasnap That was one of my favorite quotes. To me It was like reading Rolling Stone. 2w
Abailliekaras @Lifeisasnap yes it has that feel! 2w
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Fleishman Is in Trouble: A Novel | Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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A marriage breakdown told mostly from Toby‘s POV (in close third person). Many cultural references & witty observations. Thought-provoking re what makes a marriage work (& the pressure points). A little cynical at times, & I found it presented a woman‘s point of view but flipped it to be a man‘s (making Toby the primary carer of the kids for example) - but that itself raises qs of stereotypes. Loved the energy of the prose. Compulsive reading.

Cathythoughts I really liked it ! Compulsive is the word 2w
Abailliekaras @Cathythoughts yes it kind of pulls you in. 2w
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Bruny | Heather Rose
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Set in near future. Astrid (Ace) is a UN negotiator who returns to Tasmania to help her brother (the premier) manage problems with a new bridge to Bruny Island. Evokes the beauty & isolation of Tasmania & its people. I found the bridge politics & protest groups clunky (info dumps) & far-fetched. The China storyline was troubling (but picks up on lots of current issues). A good thought experiment & fun read, but I didn‘t care what happened.

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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Coming up on Books On The Go 🎧:
📖 The Memory Police
📖 Bruny - interview with Heather Rose 🥰
📖 Glory and its Litany of Horrors
📖 Daisy Jones and the Six
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Have you read any of these?

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The Pillars | Peter Polites
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New episode of Book on the Go up now! 🎧 Amanda & I discuss their shock Booker Prize announcement: joint winners, We have thoughts! 😡
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Our book of the week is The Pillars. It's a fast-paced story of Panos, a gay man living in Western Sydney, Basil the property developer, a mosque development, gym junkies and narcissm. Fans of Christian Tsiolkas will love it. 😉
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What did you think of the Booker news? Will you be reading the winners?

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Look at Me | Anita Brookner
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Loved this. Anita Brookner perfectly captures the life of a single woman in London. She‘s well-off but lives modestly, until a glamorous couple adopt her as a friend. Wonderful observations of her habits & constrained (albeit privileged) life & contrast with this winning couple, who ooze confidence but are ‘careless‘ of feelings as in Great Gatsby. Nuanced re the prospect of a relationship. True, witty & bittersweet.

erzascarletbookgasm Lovely review. I‘ve always wanted to read more of hers after Hotel Du Lac 🙂 3w
Abailliekaras @erzascarletbookgasm thanks! I want to read all of her books 😍 - I buy one or two more every time I‘m in London. 3w
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Fleishman Is in Trouble: A Novel | Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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Flight reading. ✈️ enjoying this so far!

Megabooks Me too! 4w
Cinfhen Safe travels ✈️♥️ 4w
Cathythoughts I loved this one 👍🏻 4w
Abailliekaras @cinfhen thank you! @cathythoughts @megabooks it‘s very compulsive! 4w
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Fleishman Is in Trouble | Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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Book haul! Intrigued by Daisy and Fleishman because of the hype; and The Weekend after Charlotte Wood‘s very strong ‘The Natural Way of Things‘. 📚

BarbaraBB I loved The Natural Way of Things too. Looking forward to your thoughts on this one! Also I just read this one, based on your review. Loved it! Thanks for recommending! 1mo
Abailliekaras @barbarabb that‘s so nice to hear, thank you! ☺️ glad you enjoyed it. 1mo
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Our Life in the Forest | Marie Darrieussecq
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Our new episode of Books On The Go is up! 🎧@mr_annie & I discuss ‘Our Life in the Forest‘ by Marie Darrieussecq trans by Penny Hueston (because we‘re celebrating #WITMonth year-round 😉😂) - we loved this short, darkly funny novel. 💫 one of my surprise hits of the year.

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Another fun read with a great sense of place by Fernanda Torres. Like her first novel The End, it deals with men and ageing. Mario is an actor past his prime - his reminiscences of stage & tv shows are tragi-comic & ring true (Torres was an actor). King Lear is woven through the story. I loved his fall & redemption & eccentric family. Torres is good at creating unlikeable characters who are still sympathetic.

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Journeys | Stefan Zweig
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I loved these travel essays. Beautifully written & translated. Zweig was an open-minded, curious traveller. He describes people & landscapes with compassion - you sense his love for Seville, & the understated beauty of Hyde Park. His observations of the first package tours are fascinating (& still relevant today) and the history of places such as Avignon is interesting & told simply with his light touch.

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Olive Kitteridge | Elizabeth Strout
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Our new episode of Books On The Go is up! Amanda and I read Olive Kitteridge (better late than never 😜. We loved this - cannot wait for Olive, Again to come out on 5 November! 🥰🙌🏼🎧

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A Moth to a Flame | Stig Dagerman
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Sneaky #bookhaul in London - I couldn‘t these! I love stocking up on translated fiction when I‘m here, as it‘s harder to find in Adelaide. 😍📚

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Reputations | Juan Gabriel Vsquez
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I really enjoyed this. An intriguing story of a successful political cartoonist who questions his place in society & the value of his work (like in At Dusk by Hwang Sok-Yong). I love the strength of Vazquéz‘s writing, & the characters come to life: Magdalena‘s beguiling voice; his boss‘s bumptious formality. You sense the mist in the hills & stinging pollution of Bogotá. Are cartoonists truth-tellers or just part of the mob tearing people down?

hermyknee Great review 1mo
Abailliekaras @hermyknee thank you! ☺️ 1mo
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Reputations | Juan Gabriel Vsquez
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Starting this belatedly!

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Excellent. An account of a woman trapped in a violent marriage, told in stunning prose with honesty & strength. It reads as a fast-paved novel but feels true & autobiographical. Many confronting moments - eg her parents telling her to stay - & she has self-awareness & great insight into why women stay (or rather, why they can‘t leave). But it‘s also poetic & satirical - she mixes it up so it‘s not unrelenting violence. Shocking - but too common.

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Single Thread | Tracy Chevalier
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Our interview with Tracy Chevalier is up now on Books On The Go! We loved this book and Tracy was a delight to chat with. Take a listen! 🤩🎧

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Pages and Co. 2 | Anna James
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#bookmail ! Zoe thrilled to start this one. 🙌🏼📖🥰

LiteraryinLititz I‘m waiting for the first book to come out in my area! 2mo
Abailliekaras @LiteraryinLititz my daughter loves them. ☺️ 1mo
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Has anyone noticed the green dress trend on book covers? Has this always been a thing - I feel like I‘m seeing green dresses everywhere all of a sudden. Gorgeous artwork but who or what started it? 🤔💚

marleed Interesting! Yesterday, I thought of asking if anyone else had noticed how often Evelyn or Evvie where the names of MCs in new fiction. Sometimes they even where a green dress! 2mo
Abailliekaras @marleed So many Evelyns! 1mo
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The Pillars | Peter Polites
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Pano lives in a new suburb, helps his flatmate protest against a mosque being built & ghost writes a memoir for his friend Basil, a property developer & show-pony. I liked the honesty & seeing a different side of Sydney. But the tone is cynical & Pano unlikeable: his fixation on sex & appearances - toned bodies, designer clothes - wears thin. It‘s a comment on narcissism but characters so shallow you don‘t get to know them, so it‘s hard to care.

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Olive Kitteridge | Elizabeth Strout
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I adored this. In spare prose, Strout gives us the essence of her characters‘ lives. She captures the everyday frustrations and joys, great dramas & changeability of people with honesty & compassion. The tone is warm, so even when her characters suffer there is a sense of hope & comfort. She‘s wonderful on ageing, loneliness, & the dynamics of marriage (& small towns). Olive is flawed but strong - refreshing in a woman protagonist. 💫

CarolynM Great book! Have you seen the TV adaptation? It's pretty good too. 2mo
Abailliekaras @carolynM thanks! No but I‘m keen to. 😊 1mo
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Ducks, Newburyport | Lucy Ellmann
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It‘s our Booker Shortlist double-header on Books On The Go! 📚🙌🏼🎧

I‘ve read ‘Ducks, Newburyport‘ by Lucy Ellmann - aka the 1,000 page fat cat. 😜 it‘s my new tip to win. 👌🏼
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Amanda read ‘An Orchestra of Minorities‘ by Chigozie Obioma. Set in Nigeria and Cyprus, it features myth, spirits and a chicken farmer on an Odyssey-style quest. 🤔
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Who is your favourite to win the Booker?

BookwormM Girl, Woman, Other but I think Ducks will win 2mo
Abailliekaras @bookwormM maybe i should read Girl, Woman, other - I‘ve heard some rave reviews. 😬😉 2mo
BookwormM Girl, Woman, Other is great 👍 2mo
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Olive Kitteridge | Elizabeth Strout
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Book and sun. ☀️ loving this - review coming soon!

CarolynM I loved this one too. 2mo
Abailliekaras @carolynM such a delight and just what I felt like reading. 👌🏼 2mo
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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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Our episode is up now on Books On The Go! 🎧 All three of us for this one. Will it live up to the hype? Will it win the Booker? Do you need to watch the Handmaid‘s Tale tv series first? All this and more - take a listen - wherever podcasts live. 💚

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Ducks, Newburyport | Lucy Ellmann
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An exhilarating joy. The prose sings, it made me think (& laugh, often) & works on so many levels. It‘s an immersive portrait of an Ohio housewife / pie entrepreneur riddled with anxiety but full of wit, a re-telling of American history & a state of America today. Using old movies, Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Ohio River & many other references, Ellmann depicts a human life & a whole country. Climate change, gun control & how to caramelise apples.

CarolynM That sounds great. Stacked. 2mo
Abailliekaras @carolynm is so good! My new favourite big book. 👌🏼 2mo
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The Ditch | Herman Koch
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Our latest episode of Books On The Go is up! Amanda and I discuss the Booker Shortlist, and our book of the week: The Ditch. Have you read it? Let us know what you thought!

Cinfhen Didn‘t know he had a new book. I find his books very polarizing. I HATED the Dinner but really liked 2mo
Cinfhen Still haven‘t read 2mo
Abailliekaras @Cinfhen they certainly have an uncomfortable humour - polarising is a good word for it! I wouldn‘t rush to this one but some parts were accurate & funny. 2mo
Cinfhen I‘ll wait for a #dailydeal or #BorrowNotBuy - 🙏🏼 2mo
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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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Coming up on Books On The Go! 🎧 we‘re doing a special Booker Shortlist week next - then A Single Thread - interview with Tracy Chevalier 🤩 - and Olive Kitteridge, in anticipation of Olive, Again. Read along with us! And let us know your thoughts if you‘ve read any of these. 📚 🤓
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I‘m currently reading The Testaments. Will withhold comment until we record on Wednesday. 😉

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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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It feels so momentous to be reading this! I‘m enjoying it so far, but it‘s hard to leave Ducks, Newburyport. (I‘m mid-way through Ducks but we‘re recording our Testaments episode on Wednesday so I have to get reading!). 🤪📖

BookishClaire oh man, I'd really like to read DUCKS, but I'm such a slow reader that that's probably all I'd read for the rest of the year! 2mo
Abailliekaras @BookishClaire it‘s long but it reads easily - give it a go! 2mo
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The Testaments: A Novel | Margaret Atwood
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It‘s here! 🙌🏼 #TheTestaments - my next Booker Shortlist read. I‘m cheating on Ducks, Newburyport by reading the first few pages (because 35 years 🤷🏼‍♀️) & loving it so far. Margaret Atwood = genius.

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Ducks, Newburyport | Lucy Ellmann
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Starting this one! 🦆🤓

Cinfhen Quite the #chunkster!!! You better get “quackin”🦆🦆🦆 2mo
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Simona 👍My second favorite book in this year, so far 😁 2mo
rajithr Bravo 👍 2mo
Abailliekaras @Cinfhen yes! And now I want to read The Testaments immediately as well. ;) #bookdilemmas 2mo
Abailliekaras @simona that‘s a big call, but I‘m loving it so far too! I have to ask - what was your top favourite? 2mo
Simona From the longlist - Ducks is my absolute winner, I really liked also Girl, Woman, Other and The Man Who Saw Everything. I‘m currently reading Testaments ... so everything can change 😘 2mo
Abailliekaras @simona me too - trying to juggle both! A nice problem to have 😉 2mo
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A fascinating account of six writers & their battles with alcoholism, and part travel memoir as Olivia Laing visits their home towns in America. I learnt much about these writers - all fascinating characters - & the destructive side of their addictions. Interesting & sad to ponder why men of such talent kept ruining it - & what more they could have achieved. Laing is compassionate & her writing is exquisite. A great read.

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The Yogini | BANDYOPADHYAY
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I loved this. It‘s the story of Homi, a woman who comes to self-knowledge, or self-destruction (I‘m not sure which - the ending is ambiguous and a little surreal). It‘s told from Homi‘s point of view but her friends & colleagues reveal the extent of her fall. The writing is lively & fresh, with an effortless feel and disarming frankness. Homi is a selfish, stubborn character grappling with her fate. Original, fun & thought-provoking.

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My daughter is competing in Tournament of Minds today so I have a whole day of waiting around at Flinders Uni. Not a bad spot to read though!

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A great book that taught me much about modern Egypt through Hessler‘s engaging mix of reporting & personal stories. Sayyid the garbage collector a favourite (the friendship, & the intricacies of his job). I love his curiosity & open-mindedness - it‘s a pleasure to travel vicariously with him. Post- Arab Spring, the politics are interesting then bleak. People are warm & imaginative but the country poorly governed. Notably, sexism & poor education.

Megabooks It is a wonderful book! 2mo
Abailliekaras @megabooks I learnt so much! 🤓 2mo
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A gorgeous novel. Leila is dead but her mind works for 10 minutes as she reflects on her life. I love the writing - it conveys the sights, smells & textures of Istanbul & its complex history. It‘s propulsive: the interesting characters & events keep you turning the page. Leila is a strong, independent woman & a survivor. Her friends include a dwarf, a transvestite & a cabaret singer - loyal, flawed characters - a great celebration of friendship.

TheBee I love Istanbul!! 2mo
Abailliekaras @TheBee I still haven‘t been to Istanbul - it‘s high on my list. ☺️ 2mo
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The Yogini | BANDYOPADHYAY
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Homi‘s mother went to my old school (but in Darjeeling)! 😅

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Our latest episode of Books On The Go 🎧 is up! Amanda and I discuss ‘On Earth We‘re Briefly Gorgeous‘. Have you read it? We‘d love to hear your thoughts. So much to love, but it‘s not your typical novel. 🤔

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Devil Comes to Town | Paolo Maurensig
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I loved this from the first page. A priest in a small Swiss town confronts the devil, who appears in the form of a brash publisher. Scathing re jealousies & hypocrisy of literati, satiric re the deterioration of cathedrals & ‘great stages‘ for the devil: ‘what‘s left to the poor old-school devil?‘. A writer in full control, lively prose - theatrical & absurd but writing so clear he nails the images to the page - each scene comes to life.

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Too Much Lip | Melissa Lucashenko
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Brilliant. Great story-telling: drama, action and larger-than-life characters but firmly grounded. Characters are flawed but written w compassion - you empathise & see why they can be self-destructive. Confronting - issues of violence, alcohol & poverty - abut told with love & wonderful humour. Beautiful prose: great rhythm & the dialogue & Bundjalung words ring true - you feel as if you‘re there. All Australians should read this.

CarolynM Great review! I'm still thinking about these characters. I want lots of Australians to read it - as many as read that totally unchallenging but wildly popular Boy Swallows Universe drivel (sorry, I know I'm being unfair to it but I'm really frustrated by it doing so well while this one isn't getting so much traction). And I want a whole novel about Black Superman! 3mo
Abailliekaras @carolynM Oh my gosh, Black Superman. 🖤 I liked boy swallows universe - I forgive it for being less urgent (disadvantaged - although he didnt have an easy childhood) because it‘s so earnest and true, and told with such affection, I was charmed by it. Very different books though! Would love to see as many people reading too much lip. (edited) 3mo
Tanisha_A @JennyM Check this! 💙 3mo
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LeeRHarry I‘m 28th in the queue at my library for this one guys 😊 @CarolynM 3mo
Abailliekaras @LeeRHarry oh dear I hope the queue moves quickly! 3mo
JennyM @Tanisha_A thanks T! I am hearing wonderful things about this one - and this review makes me think I need to bump it up 😊 3mo
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Three Women | Lisa Taddeo
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@mr_annie and I read the very buzzy ‘Three Women‘ and had a chat about women‘s desire. 😳 Subscribe to ‘Books On The Go‘ whenever podcasts live and take a listen! 🎧