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Into The Water | Paula Hawkins
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Glad I got this out from the library and saved my money. Agree with what others have said when it comes to too many characters. Also everything seemed very deliberate - 'red herrings' and such. I often felt "oh the author wants me to believe this now". Not great although against my will it was still a page turner. I was disappointed with what I found when I got there.

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Purple Hibiscus: A Novel | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Pickpick

What a great book to start 2018 off with! It was the perfect remedy to begin to drag me out of a very long reading slump!

collegecatlady Love this cover! 2y
Booksnchill Cool cover! 2y
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Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier, Dame
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Pickpick

Rebecca was fantastic. I flew through the last 1/3 of the book, wanting to know what was happening. Think I'll watch the Hitchcock film adaptation this weekend and see how it compares 📚

Ssmith One of my all time favorite books 2y
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Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier, Dame
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I am so grateful that I made it through life without ever finding out the twist in this story! This book is so good! My favourite Du Maurier to date 📚

MrBook Beautiful! 2y
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The Girls: A Novel | Emma Cline
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Mehso-so

Meh. Found the whole thing a bit boring to be honest. The writing was ok though and there was nothing that made me hate it. Maybe 2.5 ⭐️

Reviewsbylola It's been a year since I've read this and I think I feel even more ambivalent towards it. 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @Reviewsbylola Yeah. I think if I'd read it last summer amid all the hype I would have been even more disappointed. 2y
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Lincoln in the Bardo | George Saunders
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Mehso-so

I can't remember the last time I was so conflicted about a book. I loved it when I first started reading it and probably could've read it in one sitting if I didn't have other things to do! I was sure it was going to be 4/5 stars. I liked the concept & was enjoying the writing style and characters. However, I was completely lost by the end of the book and reading whole sections without a clue what was going on! Don't have much luck with #manbooker

mdbstar12 That's a very fair assessment! 2y
overlyattachedreader I had the exact same experience! 2y
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This is it... I'm delving into Robin Hobb for the first time! Trying this one on my kindle first before investing in the first trilogy.

Books.Bottles.and.Babies I'm about to start this too! I've heard so much about it. I figured it's time! 2y
TrishB Enjoy 😀 my fav fantasy series. 2y
mjdowens Oh so good. Just ordered the new trilogy. 2y
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cariashley Is this the one to start with? There are so many! 2y
rabbitprincess Great blurb from GRRM! 👍 2y
DrexEdit @cariashley i started with Fool's Assassin and then went back to the earlier books. I didn't have any trouble following the story line this way. 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @Books.Bottles.and.Babies @TrishB @mjdowens Really enjoying it so far! 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @cariashley think it's technically the first one but I've heard that you COULD skip some of the trilogies and it still make sense? If I really like it, I'd read them all though. Just need to find time! 2y
cariashley @DrexEdit @Bookscatsandcountry thanks for the advice, good to know! 2y
Kalalalatja @cariashley start with this one - there's so many details you miss if you read them out of order, although you might be able to follow the major plot points 👍 2y
cariashley @Kalalalatja Got it- that's super helpful! I hate reading things out of order! 2y
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Completed my 40 book challenge today with a great book. I loved reading more about McGonagall and Lupin - two of my favourite characters although I did shed a little tear reading Lupin's chapter 😢

LauraBrook Congratulations!!!!!! 2y
Scurvygirl 🎉🎉🎉📚📚📚 2y
Beachesnbooks Congrats!! 2y
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The Nix | Nathan Hill
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I've heard so many great things about this book but I just don't get what's so great? I didn't connect with the characters, I was bored for a lot of the book and it felt way too long. There were characters who were completely pointless - which wouldn't be too bad if you didn't have to waste time reading chapters about them. In the end I was rushing through to finish. Oh and the 10 page chapter that was one long sentence almost made me DNF it.

shawnmooney Much of what you didn't like is what caused me to bail at the 50% mark – yuck! Really hated this. 2y
ReadingEnvy So many frustrated reviews have led to me not bothering 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @shawnmooney @ReadingEnvy I honestly wish I'd not bothered finishing it now but so many were saying it was the best book they'd read all year so thought there must be a reason! Oh well, you live and learn 🙂 2y
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Heartless | Marissa Meyer
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First Marissa Meyer and I must say I'm quite enjoying it! I'm finding it's the perfect escape for half an hour after a long day at work 📚#catsoflitsy

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Tired! | Joseph K. Kagimu
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Very tired this morning (Inconsiderate neighbours banging front doors at 6:30 on Sunday morning!) However, woke up to 5000 Litsy points. I don't use Litsy as much as I should and I need to change that. It's refreshing to see an online commubirry that is calm, peaceful and supportive of other members - and we're all mad about books 😆📚

LeahBergen 🎉🎉🎉🎉 2y
DebinHawaii Congratulations!! 🎉👍🎉👍😀 2y
Simona Congrats 👏👏👏❣️ 2y
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julesG Congratulations! 🎉🎉🎉🎆🎆 2y
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Suet624 I agree wholeheartedly. Congrats! 2y
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Megabooks 👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻📚🏆🎉🎉🎉 2y
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moranadatter Congrats!🎉🎂 2y
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Nod | Adrian Barnes
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Finished this one this morning and quite enjoyed some apocalyptic fiction ?? 3.5 ⭐️Now I'll probably spend all afternoon trying t decide which book to read next."! #spoiledforchoice ?

TheLondonBookworm I just picked this up!!! 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @TheLondonBookworm Hope you enjoy it 😃 2y
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Exit West: A Novel | Mohsin Hamid
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We follow Nadia and Saeed who meet in an un-named city experiencing upheaval and violence. Rumours begin to appear about doors taking people to other places. This was really interesting and a great way of discussing immigration/refugees etc. If it had carried on this way it would've been 4/5 ⭐️However the 2nd half of the book was dull, boring and repetitive. The writing style irritated me with REALLY long sentences - sometimes almost a page long!

mjdowens Thanks for the heads up. I have started this one but may need to just leave it now. Too many other good ones on my list to get to instead 2y
8little_paws All his stuff has the same style, so if this didn't work for you I would suggest skipping this author going forward. Ftr I love him! But different tastes for different people! 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @mjdowens that's true. Although it is only a short book so it wouldn't take you long if you did decide to carry on. 2y
Bookscatsandcountry @8little_paws I thought it might. It only began irritating me once I hit the point where I wasn't enjoying it so I may see if the library has his other stuff and see if I get on any better with that. Maybe you're right though and he's not the author for me 📚Glad you enjoyed it though 😃 2y
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The Good People | Hannah Kent
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A tale set in rural Ireland in the 1800s surrounding a child who cannot walk or talk and is considered by some to be a changeling. This is Hannah Kent's second novel (I am yet to read Burial Rights) which explores Irish folk lore and superstition and it was wonderful. I look forward to reading more Hannah Kent and am moving her first novel up my TBR 📚

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Ethel & Ernest | Raymond Briggs
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I'm a mess 😭 What a wonderful story! Would recommend but suggest you read it with a box of tissues and a nice cup of tea to perk you up afterwards.

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The Power | Naomi Alderman
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Set in a world where women have 'the power' to channel electricity through their hands, tipping the power balance in favour of women. I feel like it was a great idea which wasn't used to its full potential. I also didn't connect with the characters and would have liked to see some who struggled with the idea of having this power or some who used it in a more positive way. It's up for the #baileysprize tonight and is a favourite but not one for me

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The Wise Man's Fear | Patrick Rothfuss
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After what feels like a lifetime I have finally finished this book! It was great being back with Kvothe and the first half of the book was a 5⭐️ read. However, about 3/4 through I struggled a bit and didn't like the characters/settings involved as much as his time in the university. The exact same thing happened with Name of the Wind as well. This is as great series though and I hopefully won't have to wait too long for the final part! 4⭐️

BibliophileMomma Love this series! 3y
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The Wise Man's Fear | Patrick Rothfuss
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#weekendreads I don't normally read this many at once (I'm also reading The Lewis Man on my kindle) but they're all so different and I'm enjoying every single one. The problem I have now is, I finally started The Wise Man's Fear and don't want to leave this world! Not a bad problem to have I guess 🙂

ScientistSam That's a really cool cover for A Wise Man's Fear! 3y
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The Gustav Sonata | Rose Tremain
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This was a lovely bank holiday weekend read about love, friendship, betrayals, ethics, passion - fantastic - ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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The Birds and Other Stories | Daphne Du Maurier
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A fantastic collection of short stories. She is the queen of suspense and sheer creepiness!! My favourites were the title story 'The Birds' and 'The Apple Tree' Is the Hitchcock film any good? Have tried to watch it twice now but my poor cat gets so stressed we have to turn it off 🙀😿

Suzze Great cover! 3y
Tanner I LOVE that cover! 3y
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I'm bailing at 32%. I know loads of people love this book but it just didn't do it for me. I thought it was an interesting idea for a book and as a gamer and a child of the 80s thought it would be great but the characters and the I plot just aren't holding my attention and I'm not wanting to pick it up and read. Maybe I'll watch the film when it come out to see how it ends.

JanuarieTimewalker13 Oh darn!! I think this one was very unique, and I'm not a gamer, but the 80s references were great. Well, anything Spielberg touches I'm down for, so you will prob love the film, which I can't wait to see. I get the bailing, I've bailed on books that just don't do it for me. 3y
Kristy_K I bailed too, but will probably still see the movie. 3y
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Purple Hibiscus: A Novel | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Birthday books and book tokens! Also weird and wonderful colouring books and unicorn mugs! 🦄 My family know me so well 📚😊 I have officially run out of bookshelf space though so I think there's a trip to IKEA on the way!

britt_brooke Nice! 👏🏻 Happy birthday!! 3y
LeahBergen Happy Birthday! 📚📚 3y
saresmoore Happy birthday! Lovely gifts! 3y
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TrishB Happy birthday 🎁🎂 3y
jfalkens Happy birthday! 🎊🍰🎉🎂 3y
rubyslippersreads Happy 📚🎂🎂🎂 3y
OrangeMooseReads Happy Birthday! 🎉🎂 3y
rachellayown Happy birthday! 3y
Cinfhen Happy birthday 💖 3y
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11/22/63: A Novel | Stephen King
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I've been reading this over the Easter break and have loved it! 4.5 ⭐️ Different to other Stephen King books I've read (Carrie, It, The Shining etc). I loved reading about the food, fashions and day to day life of the 50s and 60s (good and bad), parts were tense, parts were intriguing and parts were touching. A fantastic read!

Reviewsbylola I agree with your entire review! 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @Reviewsbylola Currently two episodes into the TV adaptation. As usual prefer the book but enjoying it so far. We'll see how it goes! 3y
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Some early morning reading while hubby is snoring 😴 I love these little books. My favourite part of this one was reading about potions and the meaning behind some of the ingredients.

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Never Let Me Go | Kazuo Ishiguro
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Started off my bank holiday finishing off this. Started off as a 4⭐️ read then dipped to a 3 about 3/4 of the way through as I really didn't like the way the story was going. However, the ending did pull it back slightly so I'll mark it as a pick. Don't want to say anything about the plot as I went in somehow not anything about it which is the best way. Really enjoyed the writing so will pick up The Remains of the Day at some point 📚

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Just wonderful. I absolutely adore these books! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Lindy I love them too. Smart and funny. 👍 3y
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The Devil All the Time | Donald Ray Pollock
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A DNF for me. To be honest, I didn't really have a problem with the book it just wasn't the right time to read it. It can be a bit heavy l reading about these character's lives! Think I'll put it back in my TBR jar and try it another time - so a DNF for now.

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Stardust | Neil Gaiman
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This is only the second book I've read by Neil Gaiman but the second one I have loved. I love the way he tells his stories and I find his worlds a great place to escape. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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The Raven Boys | Maggie Stiefvater
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Well this was a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed this more than I thought that I would although it's clear to see it's the first in a series. I was expecting the story to lead somewhere so was surprised when it ended. I'm interested enough to pick up the second which I'm guessing will have a bit more action.

emtobiasz Yes! The next one is *very* good. 3y
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I didn't have the best reading month in March ☹️It started off with a 5⭐ read then a couple of weeks in the middle of a huge book slump and a couple of ok reads. The Pottermore book was great though 👍🏻 Onwards and upwards in April! 📚

Reviewsbylola I hope April is better for you. 3y
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The Time Machine | H.g.wells
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Mehso-so

This classic science fiction book about one man and his time machine was ok. I started out really enjoying it and speeding along but about half way through it kind of stalled and I ended up not liking the second half as much.

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The first book I've read cover to cover in two weeks! Yey me! Ok, so it was less than 100 pages but when in the middle of a horrendous book slump I'm chuffed 😃 It was great to be back in the world again!

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The Monster of Florence | Douglas Preston
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DNF. This is a true crime novel about a serial killer dubbed 'The Monster of Florence' and how Preston and Spezi try to figure out who it is. I thought it would be interesting but the writing style put me off. It was written as if it was a cheesy, fictional thriller and it just didn't do it for me.

Seshat Have you read Devil in the White City? That's my favorite true crime. 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @Seshat I haven't but after looking it up I noticed that I apparently already own it! Going to track it down and bump it up my TBR. 3y
Reviewsbylola I didn't care for this one either. Too bad, because it had potential to be good. 3y
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The Mothers: A Novel | Brit Bennett
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I've decided to put down Stephen King's It as I can't make decent enough headway on it when working 5 days a week and I know it will bring on a book slump if I don't finish a book for 2/3 weeks! I'm going to save it for the Easter holidays when I can dedicate some time to it. For now - this is going to be my weekend read 📚

Reviewsbylola I'm the same way, I can't be stuck on the same book for too long. 3y
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It | Stephen King
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Seeing all of the #stephenking17 posts on my timeline has made me want to pick this one up! Technically a re-read but haven't read it in about 17 years! 83 pages down, a LOT more to go...

Josie I plan on rereading this one this summer! Can't wait! 3y
DGRachel I like that cover. Much better than the creepy clown ones! 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @Josie I first read it over the school summer holidays so it always reminds me of summer. 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @DGRachel When I read my dad's years ago it was the one with the clown on the house... so creepy! 3y
Gayan I think I will listen to it in May as a Birthday present to myself. 3y
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So... hmmm... The only other Ali Smith I've read is Autumn which I thought was ok. I've just picked up this and - what?! I'm feeling so stupid reading this book and just not understanding what the words on the page are actually saying! What am I reading? Other people seem to love Ali Smith and her writing style but I literally don't understand it! Please tell me I'm not the only one!

Cinfhen Sorry, I've never read Ali Smith but I know she gets lots of Litsy Love💙 3y
Kalalalatja Don't feel bad! Sometimes you just don't feel an author's writing style and that's completely okay! 👍 3y
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A Little Life: A Novel | Hanya Yanagihara
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Phew... I've just finished this in the last few minutes and I'm emotionally exhausted! Through my time with the characters I have gotten to know and love them and right now feel heartbroken! I have never read a book that has had such an impact on me as this has the past week. The characters and their stories will stay with me for a very long time and even though I rate this 5⭐ and a favourite of mine I'm not sure I'll ever be able to read it again

Cinfhen I TOTALLY get all that! 3y
erinreads It wrecked me, but I see myself rereading it in a couple years. Maybe I like pain? 😭😭😭 3y
Reviewsbylola The curiosity alone will make me read this book. 3y
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azulaco I rarely cry over books, but this one made me cry. It was devastating. 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @azulaco yup I bawled like baby 😭 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @Reviewsbylola oh I definitely recommend picking it up but it's not for everyone. Seems like you either love it or hate it. 3y
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Relaxing night with Chamber of Secrets. Sat here thinking about A Little Life though... It must be a good book if I'm thinking about it during Harry Potter!

Suet624 😏😏😏 3y
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A Little Life: A Novel | Hanya Yanagihara
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I've got a long weekend of relaxing ahead of me so I've decided to make a start on this mother of a book! Looking at reviews, it's going to be an emotional few days!

Eliza-beta It's emotional but so wonderful. Enjoy. 3y
Suet624 How's it going with the book? 3y
Bookscatsandcountry @Suet624 I'm really enjoying it - well enjoying probably isn't the right word but you know what I mean 🙂 It's pretty heavy in parts and I'm pretty sure the worst is yet to come but whenever I put it down for a break I find myself thinking about it and wanting to pick it up again which is a good sign! 3y
Suet624 Oh good. It's an amazing story and I still think of the characters often. 3y
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The Mothers: A Novel | Brit Bennett
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Treated myself to a mixed bag of books today (not including the 10 I took out from the library 📚😏) Now to decide which to start with 🤔

Kalalalatja I loved The Gracekeepers 👌 3y
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Lying in Wait | Liz Nugent
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Panpan

This was going to be a so-so 3⭐ until the ending which I HATED! So far fetched, too many ridiculous coincidences and absolutely hateful characters! It seems to have gotten decent reviews though so maybe just not a good match for me.

Catherine22 Just joined litsy and was wondering whether to get this book. Was dubious when I saw it referred to as similar to Gone Girl but you review helped me ditch the idea of getting it! 2y
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Ugh 😑 Pet peeve! Silly coincidences in books. Oh... 5 years later and I just happen to be working for the mother of the policeman who investigated the disappearance of my sister... I can only hope that later on it turns out it wasn't a coincidence after all and was planned that way for some reason. I'm not holding out any hopes though.

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A Closed and Common Orbit | Becky Chambers
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Reading this seems to have lifted me out of a February slump 😁yey! I've been putting this off after hearing mixed reviews but I'm so glad I picked it up. It is quite different from Long Way.... as it focuses on just two main characters but I still loved it! It's made me want to pick up the first again. I would say it's more of a spin off than a sequel and you could probably read this as a stand alone. I wonder what the third will focus on?

Megabooks Great review! 3y
Beachesnbooks I really enjoyed this one too and I can't wait for the third one! 3y
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The Black Prism | Brent Weeks
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Bailedbailed

I read 50% of this book before coming to the realisation that I just wasn't enjoying it! It's taken me 12 days to read 300 and something pages! I initially thought the magic system sounded interesting but I got bored of the story and the characters and the writing started to irritate me after a while. Ah well... the search continues for an epic fantasy series that I will enjoy and stick with to the end!

annkuch13 Good to hear your thoughts. I've been on the fence about picking this one up. 3y
bookedbybliss I almost gave this one up too. The first 16 or 17 chapters were terribly boring and simply dragged on. But I'm glad I kept going because it definitely got better. I'm on book 2 now and really enjoying it 😊 2y
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The Good Immigrant | Nikesh Shukla
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This book really packs a punch and would definitely recommend it. I found the essays that were written in a more conversational style to be the most powerful. Others felt a little dry and rather like reading an academic paper. Definitely an important read although I would have liked to read some povs from people who weren't journalists/in the media. A 4⭐ read from me. Maybe we should buy and send in bulk to certain politicians!

arlenefinnigan "NAMASTE, DICKHEADS" ?❤ 3y
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Couldn't join in the #cosyreadingnight read-a-thon last night as I was out seeing this wonderful performance of Swan Lake. I really should make a point of going to the ballet/theatre/opera more often! 🎟🎟

Smangela I'm so jealous; that would've been lovely! 3y
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The Good Immigrant | Nikesh Shukla
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Picked this up from the library today. I felt like I needed to pick it up sooner rather than later.

cathysaid Read quick! It'll probably be banned soon. 😐🙄 3y
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I enjoyed the sequel in this duology slightly more than the first book. I do think though that I would have enjoyed it more if it had been a stand alone. I liked the start of the first book and the end of the second, the parts in the middle were a bit 'meh' and felt like they were there to pad it out into two books.

DragonSadhana I forgot this has been out! I need to get it the next time I go to the library! 3y
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Eowyn Ivey's done it again! This was a wonderful depiction of Alaska through the eyes of a colonel tasked with the job of mapping/exploring it in the 1800s shortly after its purchase by the US. Her descriptions of the environment and her ability to write about such harsh conditions in a captivating way is brilliant. I also loved the pictures and newspaper excerpts that were dotted throughout the novel, which added a sense of authenticity to it 5⭐

Reviewsbylola This is on my "to buy" list. 3y
rmaclean4 I loved The Snow Child! 3y
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I'm only 50 pages in but it's already wonderful! The Snow Child was one of my favourite reads from last year so hopefully this will be just as, if not even more, amazing!

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