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AvidReader25

Joined February 2016

LibraryThing member bookworm12

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Coffee addict. ☕️ World traveler. 🌎 Theatre lover. 🎭 Magazine editor, wife, mom to two kids & a pup. avidreader25.blogspot.com LT: Bookworm12
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Junger has seen war up close. This book is less about tribal living and more about the essential nature of community to heal the brokenness caused by things like PTSD and political division.

“If you want to make a society work, then you don‘t keep underscoring the places where you are different—you underscore your shared humanity.”

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The Playwright | Eddie Campbell
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It‘s that time of year again! I am part of the American Theater Critics Association committee that awards $40k in prize money for new plays. I‘ve got a stack of submissions to read this month and so I‘ll probably be reading very few books. I love seeing all the new theater work from around the country. The submissions are completely diverse and packed with so much talent!

BennettBookworm That‘s so cool!! Enjoy! 7d
MrsMalaprop What an awesome and daunting job you have! 🎭🤩 6d
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Evidence of the Affair | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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An epistolary short story by the flawless writer of some of my recent favorites. Two married people discover their spouses are having an affair. They become close as they write letters to deal with their heart ache. It reminded me a bit of the movie Same Time, Next Year.

“It seems as if you see me exactly as I wish to be seen. There is no greater gift than that.”

Jensol77 This was really awesome! I just listened to it. 1w
Jensol77 It was a real clever concept 1w
AvidReader25 @Jensol77 I agree! I tend to love epistolary novels. 7d
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I adored the first 2 books in this series & couldn‘t wait for this one. Unlike the others, which skip between stories of different gods & heroes, this is a continuing tale about the Trojan war. There is less room for humor as the body count increases & soon no one is untouched by the ravages of loss. I knew the story well from many sources, but the author brings his own rye humor to the retelling & the audio is wonderful. I‘d recommend all three!

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Outside Mullingar | John Patrick Shanley
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I saw the film version, but if left me wanting to read the play that it inspired it. There‘s something that was lost on the big screen & I found it in the quiet conversations between the 4 characters. Steeped in loneliness & love of the land, the strange story somehow works. I particularly enjoyed reading the author's essay about his own trip to Ireland that inspired the show. It's Irish to its core & hit the notes of grief I'm feeling right now.

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There are so many moments when the war would‘ve been lost without the help of friends. Dobby, Aberforth, Luna, Ron, Hermione, Lupin, Molly, Bill & Fleur, Neville, and countless others all step up to fight. I loved this series so much and every time I reread it I‘m reminded of the importance of true friendship and having a support system of people who love you. Here‘s to Harry Potter and finding a family when you feel lost and alone.

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This is my fav! I thought a lot about what a strong character Ginny is. She's skilled at Quidditch and the DA. She stands up for people like Luna & Neville, & doesn't drop what she's doing for Harry. I wish we had more of her in 7. I also thought about how Dumbledore's secrecy hurt everyone. I thought of him as such a flawless character when I was young, but truly, he could have helped the war so much if he'd share more info w/the Order and Harry.

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I enjoyed pieces of this, particularly the beginning and end, but it was way too long and repetitive and I lost interest in the middle. I put the book down for months, only picking it back up to finish it before the end of the year. I did enjoy the overall story, it just should have been shortened quite a bit. The audio version is well done.

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A Brighter Garden: Poetry | Tasha Tudor, Emily Dickinson, Karen Ackerman
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I bought this collection of Emily Dickinson poems the week I found out I was pregnant with my youngest. Now she asks me to read from the book each night at bedtime. It's been a sweet joy to share these with her. I love the illustrations by Tasha Tudor that are paid with each season-themed poem.

"The Bee is not afraid of me.
I know the Butterfly.
The pretty people in the Woods
Receive me cordially”

Alfoster So sweet!❤️😃 3w
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Words of Radiance | Brandon Sanderson
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Part 2:
6) The Royal Holiday
7) The Survivors
8) Anna Karenina
9) The Snow Child
10) The Stormlight Archives (particularly Words of Radiance)

Runners Up: Before the Coffee Gets Cold, The Lazy Genius Way, Beartown, Amelia Unabridged, Address Unknown, & The Book of Will

See any of your favorites?

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Part 1: Here are my top ten favorites from the 160 books I read this year. They are in no particular order and I included a few runners up. I normally exclude rereads from my favorites list, but decided to include Anna Karenina since it was such an impactful reread for me.

1)The Anthropocene Reviewed
2) Taste
3) Troubled Blood
4) Passing
5) Code Name Hélène
.... continued.

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The City of Mist: Stories | Carlos Ruiz Zafon
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For those who love the Cemetery of Forgotten Books series this short story collection is a must. Some stories are stronger than others, but most of them tie back to the original series, giving us a glimpse into the lives and ancestors of the characters we‘ve grown to love. It‘s not as good as any of his full length novels, but it‘s a pleasure to return to the streets of Barcelona created by Zafón. He passed away far too soon last year.

Nebklvr So sad about his passing. I have loved these stories. 3w
emz711 omg what do you think about some of the stories! i've been trying to place them. Is Laia = Alicia? is the man in gray fermin or Leandro? 3w
AvidReader25 @Nebklvr I‘m still so heartbroken! 3w
AvidReader25 @emz711 I keep going back and referencing all the other books!!! I don‘t think it‘s Fermin because there‘s no sense of humor. 3w
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This year‘s Jólabókaflóð book exchange! My husband: Shoeless Joe (Field of Dreams), me: The City of Mists, my kids: Frog and Toad set and Tree. We‘ve celebrated this tradition since visiting Iceland in 2017 and I look forward to it every year. Time to curl up with our books. Merry Christmas Eve! Happy reading to all of you!

melissajayne I heard Kinsella do a reading in Chilliwack, BC about 6 or 7 years ago 4w
AvidReader25 @melissajayne that‘s awesome! I read this one almost 10 years ago when we were in Iowa and loved it. I hope my husband will too! 4w
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Not of favorite of his and really not a Christmas story. This short novella Questions what you would give up to save someone else. There‘s not much time to delve into the characters, and I wasn‘t left with a huge emotional feeling. Just a quick read and not quite up to par with his novels.

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There‘s a scene in this book where Molly‘s boggart brings her to tears. Lupin enters the room and assures her that no matter what happens to her and her husband, their children would be well cared for. The heartbreaking irony is paired with a reminder that the Order of the Phoenix members care for each other like family. Long after the war ends, they stay close knit and no one is left orphaned and alone.

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I enjoyed this one more than the first in the series. With this added story the characters had a bit more time for growth. It was still light, but a sweet Christmas read.

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The perfect new ornament. Let It Poe! ❄️

Kappadeemom Perfect! 1mo
LeahBergen Love it! 1mo
BiblioLitten Neat! 1mo
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The scene just before the final task of the Triwizard Tournament where Harry is told his family is waiting for him in the next room wrenches my heart every time I read it. He‘s convinced no one will be there and he feels so alone. He opens the door and there are Molly and Bill Weasley, His chosen family, ready to cheer him on. 💙

The.Great.Catsby This was my absolute favorite. I had to pause the book because my heart exploded with such love for Molly and Bill. I've only read it a couple months ago, but I still think about it a lot. 1mo
AvidReader25 @The.Great.Catsby It‘s such a beautiful scene! 1mo
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Seven Day Switch | Kelly Harms
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A freaky Friday premise the tackles the mommy wars, this one felt stereotypical and cheesy at first. But just like the women in the book, I slowly found more layers to the characters as the story went on. I cared about what happened to them, though the story felt predictable. It was an entertaining read that leaned a little towards the preachy, but not too far.

ICantImReading I chose this one as a free Amazon First Reads pick awhile ago and have been curious about it! This is good to know! ☺️ 1mo
AvidReader25 @ICantImReading I did too! It was just what I wanted right now. I wouldn‘t reread it, but I wanted something light and it was perfect for that. 1mo
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For me, this is where the series takes off. I adore this book and love seeing how deep the character development is compared to the first two. It also introduces one of my favorite characters of the series, Lupin. During this reread I kept thinking about his tragic life. Not only what happens to him later in the series, but also the fact that at such a young age he lost all of his closest friends. What a lonely existence.

Sparklemn I‘ve often thought that, too. ☹️ 1mo
AvidReader25 @Sparklemn I wish we had more of his story. I always wondered what happened to his parents. 1mo
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This tree in my front yard has always reminded me of the Whomping Willow. One thing that stood out to me on this reread was how many crazy things these 12-year-old kids decide to do with no help from adults. Head into the forbidden forest, make Polyjuice potion, slide into the chamber of secrets, who needs trained adult wizards to help with those things? 😆

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Only one more month of 2021 reading! 📚

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Rob Lowe has had some truly wild stories for a kid from Ohio. Before becoming famous his paths crossed with so many celebrities its mind boggling. The audio is read by Lowe himself and it‘s a fast and interesting read for anyone familiar with Hollywood. His story about an unexpected meeting with Bill Murray made me laugh out loud. His struggle with sobriety and efforts to come to terms with his fame are familiar celebrity themes.

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Rhythm of War | Brandon Sanderson
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Finishing this was the culmination of a year-long reading of all 4,574 pgs of the series so far. I‘ve grown attached to the characters though this one became repetitive. I also missed the dynamic of certain characters‘ interactions as they were mainly split up in the 2nd half of this book. I loved seeing Navani grow as an inventor. Shallan‘s & Kaladin‘s stories were exhausting as they battled inner demons. Wit provides some of my favorite moments.

MaureenMc 👏👏👏 2mo
Sleepswithbooks What big chunks!!!! 2mo
Megabooks 😳 huge books! 2mo
AvidReader25 @Sleepswithbooks @Megabooks I put it off for a few years, but I‘m glad I tackled them! 2mo
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In a Holidaze | Christina Lauren
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I‘m not a big fan of the Groundhog‘s Day premise & at the beginning I thought it was going to get old fast. Fortunately, it got away from the repetitive nature of that gimmick and was just the fun Thanksgiving weekend read I want it. Benny was a great supporting character and the two main people had great chemistry. A fun read for the holidays. The lack of resolution in the time travel was annoying, but I just took it as a romcom and let it go.

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Y is for Yesterday | Sue Grafton
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This is the final Kinsey Millhone novel because the author died before finishing the series. It's heartbreaking & enough to drive my OCD up the wall. It's also a disappointing end because it's one of the weakest plots of the series. A teenage party ends in a girl's death, ten years later Kinsey is hired on a blackmail case related to the death. I'll miss reading new mysteries with Kinsey and I wish we'd had a better conclusion to the series.

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A woman travels to England in search of the father she‘s never met at Christmas time. A light holiday story about finding family in unexpected places. I was hoping for a little more depth from this one, but it‘s definitely a short surface story. Fine for a quick holiday read.

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American Players Theater in Wisconsin is one of my favorite places in the world to visit. I am also a huge fan of Shakespeare and have read all of his plays and seen most of them live and on film. I understand that I am uniquely positioned to love this book about a 2014 production of Much Ado at APT. That being said, I think any fan of life Shakespeare or member of an acting company would enjoy this lovely glimpse behind the scenes.

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“… our insatiable appetite for stories that explain us to ourselves, and to Shakespeare‘s unique ability to tell the stories in language built for the ages.”

“It‘s the essential paradox of acting: after reading a speech dozens if not hundreds of times, and committing it to memory, an actor must make it seem as though he is putting it together on the spot; it‘s coming from his brain as he speaks it.”
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It was funny to read this short story while waiting for my mammogram results at the doctor‘s office. It‘s all about a man lost in his daydreams while in the midst of mundane life events. It was a bit meta to escape into his story in that moment. I‘ll admit, in this case I actually love the 2013 movie version more than the 1939 story. It took the original idea and added more depth and adventure.

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A fascinating story about a female entrepreneur trying to start a business in secret under the restrictive taliban regime. We have no idea what true oppression is. I can‘t imagine being in the midst of a career or college and having the world crashed out around you and losing every single right that you had because you are a woman.

“Now that it has been taken away, Kabuli girls of every age understood exactly how precious education really was.”

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Just leaning all the way in and pretending it‘s December. It‘s been two years since I read these and it was such a comfort to return to Hogwarts.

MatchlessMarie I need to pick this one up again. My loan ended before Ingot to finish it. 2mo
MaureenMc I love those illustrated editions. Fervently hoping they complete them! 2mo
AvidReader25 @MatchlessMarie it‘s worth getting again! 2mo
AvidReader25 @MaureenMc I hope so too!!! 2mo
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Such a gentle book. It reminded me of the James Herriot series, but Father Tim is a preacher instead of a vet. I enjoyed it but it was slow going. I‘m not planning to read the next one.

“Sorrow and joy, he thought, so inextricably entwined that he could scarcely tell where one left off and the other began.”

“If you keep your eyes on Christians, you will be disappointed every day of your life. Your hope is to keep your eyes on Christ.”

webhau1 Keep going they keep getting better. The audios are really good also. 2mo
AvidReader25 @webhau1 that‘s good to hear! Maybe I‘ll try the next one on audio. 😊 2mo
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This novella is incredibly short, but for anyone who has watched a love one suffer through memory loss it‘s still packs a punch. At this point I will read absolutely anything he writes.

“That‘s why we get the chance to spoil our grandchildren, because by doing that we‘re apologizing to our children.”

Jerdencon My father was going through the beginnings of Alzheimer‘s when I read this… and my son was about 8 at the time. I sobbed my way through it and tear up just thinking about it… I love fredrik Backman and will also read anything by him. Even his Instagram posts are great! ❤️ 2mo
AvidReader25 @Jerdencon oh my heart. I can‘t imagine going through that while reading this! I lost my grandpa to Alzheimer‘s and this brought back a lot of memories. 2mo
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This Must Be the Place | Maggie O'Farrell
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This layered portrait of a marriage and each of their combined histories was fascinating. It reminded me so much of A Visit from the Goon Squad. I started out on vacation last month, but read it slowly for weeks.

I loved seeing the characters from both other peoples‘ POVs (like Rosalind, an older woman on an adventure) and their own.

“How different it all might have been, how minuscule the causes and how devastating their effects.”

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Persuasion | Jane Austen
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My finds at the bookstore yesterday! I couldn‘t pass up this pretty edition of my favorite Austen. 😍

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Indy Reads Books | Indianapolis, IN (Bookstore)
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My favorite bookstore has been closed for more than a year. They just reopened in a new location and it‘s beautiful! We had so much fun checking it out today. Independent bookstores have become so rare. I‘m so grateful our favorite is back! #independentbookstore

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A sweet story, but one that was a little cheesy in the end. I still enjoyed it and loved the references to a real island in New England. A young woman‘s fisherman husband goes missing and her town helps her grieve in a unique way. A journalist catches wind of the story and decides he needs to create a podcast about the island. Sweet, but less substance than I was hoping for. ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫

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I tend to enjoy food memoirs and this one is a delight. Tucci‘s sense of humor and wit, paired with his memories of his childhood and experiences as an actor make it unforgettable. I loved hearing about his mom‘s passion for cooking and the elaborate meals they eat at the holidays. The Italian culture is woven through with a love of food and he celebrates that! Listen to the audiobook, read by the author, if you get the chance.

Nutmegnc I have a friend who raves about his culinary tour of Italy tv show. 2mo
AvidReader25 @Nutmegnc I haven‘t seen that, but now I‘m dying to! He talks about it in the book too. 2mo
Nutmegnc @AvidReader25 it‘s top of my list now, too, but the book/audiobook looks so good!!! I WANT THEM ALL. Book. Tv show. Audiobook. 2mo
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Nathan Coulter | Wendell Berry
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I‘ve been wanting to read more Berry & this was a good place to start. It‘s short, but the coming-of-age theme & tone reminded me a lot of Cold Sassy Tree. Berry does an incredible job capturing and conveying a sense of place in his works. The quiet way of life that Nathan reflects on enchanting, but there are still traumas to face in their small town. I loved Hannah Coulter more, but this one certainly makes me want to read another of his books.

paulfrankspencer I thought A Place on Earth was a very enjoyable read. Recommended. 3mo
AvidReader25 @paulfrankspencer Thanks for the recommendation. Just got that book! 2mo
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This is by far my favorite on the series. I loved rereading it and watching Diggory discover the consequences of his actions and the joys of helping others. I love the story, start to finish, and it was so fun to read with my daughter.

“Oh, Adam‘s sons, how cleverly you defend yourselves against all that might do you good!”

paulfrankspencer Love Lewis' insightful quips. 3mo
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Address Unknown | Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
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So many excellent books this month!

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The Book of Will | Lauren Gunderson
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Shakespeare‘s friends decide to publish his complete works after he dies. Gunderson captures moments of grief and humor in such a beautiful way. She‘s quickly become one of my favorite playwrights. Her characters spoke of plays and Shakespeare‘s work with the same reverence and awe that I feel when seeing a powerful production.

“Laughter must be death‘s greatest defiance I think.”

“Every day is someone‘s worst. At least ours we had together.”

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Address Unknown | Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
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This was a short, sharp, & powerfully brief story. It‘s fascinating to think about a world where people don‘t associate Nazis with evil quite yet. The 1930s were time of denial when it came to Germany & this book captured that perfectly. This epistolary novel gave us a glimpse into the life of an American Jewish man & his German business partner. Their correspondence was brief, but world-shattering. I know I‘ll think about this one for awhile.

MaureenMc Cozy! 🥰 3mo
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Elevation | Stephen King
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With King it‘s never about the plot for me. He has a way of creating characters, even in a novella like this, that make you feel invested in their lives. There‘s nothing scary in this book, just a story about neighbors finding common ground and realizing life is too short for petty disputes.

“Life is what we make it and acceptance is the key to all our affairs.” #deweyreadathon #readathon @DeweysReadathon

Mitch What a gorgeous reading spot! 3mo
Jinjer Daaaang, Girl! I don't know what is going on but I was not able to leave you a comment on your blog and I couldn't pull you up on Twitter and your Insta is private so I finally can talk to you here on Litsy. I thought maybe the blog comment problem was that your blog doesn't like my Chromebook, but I couldn't leave a comment via my iPhone either.

Anyway! All I wanted to do was ask you was: What did you think of Address Unknown?
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AvidReader25 @Jinjer I‘m so sorry, that‘s nuts! I need to figure out the blog thing. I loved it! It was short, sharp, and beautifully powerfully in its brief story. Have you read it? 3mo
Jinjer @AvidReader25 I put a hold on a copy of Address Unknown from the library! Looking forward to it! Glad to hear it gets a thumbs up from you! 3mo
AvidReader25 @Jinjer You‘ll love it! So short, packs a punch, and amazing to think it was written in the‘30s before WWII even started. 3mo
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Iron Lake: A Novel | William Kent Krueger
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I‘ve seen this one pop up on “best of” lists for years. It‘s a good mystery. A disgraced sheriff who has lost his family and his job, stumbles upon the body of a dead judge. He soon realizes everyone in his small Minnesota town has secrets. It kept me interested and I think I‘ll continue the series, but don‘t feel any desire to pick the next one up immediately. The priest was one of my favorite characters.

Bookwormjillk I've read the first three now and I think they get better. 3mo
AvidReader25 @Bookwormjillk I‘m glad you shared that! I was hoping they would. 3mo
Bookwormjillk @AvidReader25 also I‘m a huge audiobook person but I think these are much better in print 3mo
AvidReader25 @Bookwormjillk that‘s really helpful for me. I‘m a big audio person as well, but did not love the narrator at all. I‘ll try the next one in print. 3mo
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Party of Two | Jasmine Guillory
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An entertaining plane read, but I didn't enjoy it as much as Royal Holiday. Olivia and Max definitely have chemistry, but his reckless and impetuous attitude grated after a while. I can't imagine a politician having too much success if they make every decision with no forethought. I loved the focus on Olivia building a life in LA and finding new friends and a place to volunteer. A fun read, but not one I'll return to.

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This was a reread during our recent trip to Galveston. It‘s a wonderful example of nonfiction done well. As the timeline unfolds in the storm approaches we become invested in the real people navigating their days in the Texas port city. When the hurricane hits the loss of life and devastation are unfathomable. Highly recommended, especially if you were visiting Texas anytime soon! *Pic from the lovely Galveston Bookshop!

KCofKaysville @AvidReader25 Listened to it on audio several years ago and I really liked it. I like interesting historicals. 3mo
AvidReader25 @KCofKaysville It‘s excellent on audio. 3mo
Kelly326 I haven‘t read this one, but love Erik Larson books. 3mo
AvidReader25 @Kelly326 This is an early one. You should check it out if you like his other work! 3mo
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The 13 Clocks | James Thurber
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I can‘t believe I‘ve never read this delightful book before. In his introduction, Gaiman calls it the “best book in the world”. It‘s a story of adventure that reminded me of The Princess Bride & Stardust. It has an evil Duke, an imprisoned princess, & the indescribable Golux.

“Time is for dragonflies and Angels. The former live too little and the latter live too long.”

“Remember laughter. You‘ll need it even in the blessed isles of Ever After.”

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Apples Never Fall | Liane Moriarty
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The trick to this book is just to forget that it‘s by Moriarty. I loved her early books, wasn‘t a huge fan of the last two, and enjoyed this one. That being said, this one feels nothing like her early books. It‘s a slow meditative look at motherhood and family ties. It‘s about how our childhoods shapes us and the delicate line between our memories and adulthood. Recommended with that caveat. Expect a quiet, leisurely read.

AvidReader25 “All four of her children each fervently believed in separate versions of their childhood that often didn‘t match up with Joy‘s memories, or each other‘s, for that matter.”

“Any marriage of that many years has multiple motives for murder. Every police officer and hairdresser knows that.”
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Mtroiano That view 😍 3mo
AvidReader25 @Mtroiano One of my favorite places on earth! 3mo
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Arcadia | Tom Stoppard
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A brand new beautiful bookstore at my airport! 😍 They had an incredible selection! 📚 ✈️

BkClubCare How many books did you buy?! 3mo
JamieArc Which airport? 3mo
KristenDuck This is super nice for an airport!! 3mo
AvidReader25 @BkClubCare Miraculously just one, but only because I was about to fly and would have to carry my purchases with me on my trip. 😆 3mo
AvidReader25 @JamieArc Indianapolis International, so beautiful! @KristenDuck 3mo
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