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Fernoppy

Fernoppy

Joined May 2016

My only regret is that I will never be able to read enough books.
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Dark Emu is extraordinarily interesting; while I knew that the agricultural systems of the First Nations Peoples were far more sophisticated than most Australians have been taught to believe, I was really clueless as to the true extent of the agri- and aqua- cultural management of Australia before European invasion. Pascoe demonstrates how those practices were woven into the spiritual and political life and helped to ensure a peaceful society.

Abailliekaras Sounds like a must-Read. How is it on audio? 1y
Fernoppy @Abailliekaras it was read by the author and I enjoyed hearing it in his own tone. The only advantage of the hard copy may be that he referenced some really interesting sounding reads. 14mo
Abailliekaras Hmm I‘ll check it out! 14mo
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Us Against You | Fredrik Backman
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Right, well, if Mr Backman, you could just stop breaking my heart every time, I‘d be grateful.... or would I?

TheLibrarian I‘m nervous to read this book. Backman is amazing at making you feel so many different emotions. 1y
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The Honourable Thief | Meaghan Wilson Anastasios
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I rarely bail on a book, but I can‘t be bothered. The story was a bit weak - the ‘hero‘ just happens to have ludicrously good luck to avoid actually having to work his way out of difficulty. I could have lived with that but if the ‘bad guy‘ is going to rape a (barely) teenaged girl - which is bluntly foreshadowed to the hero, who does nothing - purely to prove that he is ‘Bad‘ that to me is lazy writing and does nothing to advance the story.

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A gently meandering and beautifully written story, Azar gave me a glimpse of an Iran unknown to me. Magic realist in feel, with it‘s ghosts and jinns, fables and fairytales, woven into the daily fabric of life. It is also a love letter and eulogy to the history and culture of Iran and to the individuals - the ordinary, everyday people, who could be any one of us - who have experienced loss and suffering on a massive scale. Enchanting and powerful.

Joanne1 Wow, that sounds mesmerising. Great review. 1y
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Spinning Silver | Naomi Novik
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Don‘t you love it when you #surprisebookmail yourself?! I hadn‘t forgotten I‘d ordered it, I just lost track of when to expect it, so I got a little thrill today 😊 now I‘m going to save it for a while so I can look forward to it - plus I‘m reading two books that I‘m really enjoying at the moment 😋

Linsy Oooh, pretty cover! ❄️ 1y
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The Sick Bag Song | Nick Cave
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The Bedevilments of Creativity ....

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The Sick Bag Song | Nick Cave
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If you‘re a Nick Cave fan, you‘ll probably love this. It was very much like reading one of his songs and gave me a perfect Sunday morning.

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Time and Again | Jack Finney
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Life has been a little frantic lately so maybe that‘s why, when this beautiful package from @Louise arrived, I couldn‘t open it. It spoke of a generosity of time and spirit that I couldn‘t do justice to. So it sat on my shelf for two weeks until today, I found some breathing space. Every bit of this made me smile. Thank you so much Louise, I‘ll be wearing the elephant scarfs to work tomorrow and it will make me smile all day long.

Louise I‘m so glad you enjoyed opening it at last and that it arrived safe and sound! Sending warm wishes and a big hug across the miles to you! 😘 1y
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Raising Steam | Terry Pratchett
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"Moist and his unhappy but hopeful band were shepherded surreptitiously from behind by Of the Twilight the Darkness, who was becoming a great lieutenant, despite the fact that he brazenly considered Moist to be a bit of a tit. But a useful tit all the same." After starting a new job yesterday, I've come back to an old friend for a comfort read; my brain is too fried from information overload for anything new. #sirterry #discworld

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Fated | Benedict Jacka
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This was good without being great. Think "plucky hero against impossible odds" but the odds here are so heavily stacked against him that it's almost distracting. I do love a series though so I will probably read the rest when I need something to snack on. I do hope they get a little stronger and the female characters get a little less patronised as we go.

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Rotherweird | Andrew Caldecott
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You know when you start one of those randomly selected books and are surprised by its brilliance? I could not stop reading. The premise was intriguing - a town that is forbidden by regulation to learn any history before 1800 - and a cast of fascinating characters. There was a lot going on but for me it struck a good balance between enough clues to work some things out without giving away everything.

MiyakoBunny Absolutely 😃 sometimes I just go to the library 📚 & Say Hey 👋🏼 There Book I would buy you a drink 🥃 first but this isn‘t one of those nights 😉 Then every once in awhile you get pleasantly surprised by said book 📚 & you put a ring on it 💍 2y
Fernoppy @MiyakoBunny I think that's why I love reading - each new book gives my hope that I'll fall in love 😍 2y
MiyakoBunny Truly 😍😍😍 2y
Canadian.Reads Nice review! 2y
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The Secret Place | Tana French
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I read In The Woods with my bookgroup and ever since I've gone back to Tana French once or twice a year. I love her stories and her characters - though there is something incredibly distinct about her tone; I'm glad to have a break in between each book so they don't blur into each other. But I love the rolling protagonist structure, each story told from a POV of a different detective instead of a single über detective.

Christine11 I do exactly what you do - I‘ve read two of hers but every couple of months I read another! They are great books and I‘m sure I heard something about them becoming a tv series ! 😊 2y
Fernoppy @Christine11 a TV series would be great, I'd love to see what they do with it! 2y
Joanne1 I should so do this. I enjoyed into the woods, and it would a good go-to when I need a sure fire winner. Though I have roughly 3000 library hold already waiting plus the books I borrowed from you, so perhaps later. 2y
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The cat thought it unreasonable that I wanted a photo of books. Nevertheless I am enjoying the series. I read several Napoleonic era series as a kid - Patrick O'Brien and Bernard Cornwall because my older brother owned them - and this series adds dragons 🐉 so how could I not enjoy it? I also like that Novik continues to develop the themes of freedom and self-determination for the dragons.

vlwelser I love this series, but I've only read the first 2 so far. 2y
TommieMarie74 Gorgeous kitty!! 😍 2y
Texreader Spitting image of my Midnight!! 2y
Fernoppy @vlwelser at least there's a few more to look forward to! 2y
Fernoppy @Texreader I think all black cats are secretly related. 2y
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This is the kind of book I can listen to on audio - I can still get a lot of the meaning even if I tune out occasionally! But an interesting listen and full of practical strategies to improve happiness through both purposeful and pleasurable activities.

Joanne1 One for me by the sounds of it. 2y
Fernoppy @Joanne1 it was well read but aside from that, it was about how we engineer our happiness by using the way our brains naturally work as humans. Taking advantage of habits and routine and also of friends' abilities to predict outcomes of our decisions - and focusing on outcomes rather than the decision itself, with the congruent peak/trough affect of decision making. Easy to follow and some practical tips. 2y
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I remember having a crack at this as a teenager, but it was mostly over my head. Enjoyed it this time round. The Netflix series is brilliant although quite different to the book. The second season is released here tomorrow so can't wait to dive in.

Texreader My daughter‘s been extremely upset because the show was canceled. 2y
Fernoppy @Texreader I knew it wouldn't last - too quirky and off-beat for a lot of people 😩 2y
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Twelve Years a Slave | Solomon Northup
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Damn, @TheDoubleLetterThief I didn't really need this, but what a brilliant concept!

TheDoubleLetterThief Ha! There you go! Hard to resist really. But think, small chunks so you won‘t even notice. Could do it on your lunch break at work when all peopled out. I‘m looking after you, dammit! 2y
Fernoppy @TheDoubleLetterThief you know me well 😂 2y
TheDoubleLetterThief I‘ll subscribe to The Idiot too and Read it with you. Have seen a few mentions of it here on Litsy. 2y
Joanne1 I loved this book when I read it a couple of years ago. 2y
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Monstress #1 | Marjorie Liu
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I was pretty rapt to find this at my library (one of the most important social institutions ever devised). The world building is incredible and the illustrations are ridiculously lush - which I got a bit squeamish over in parts (being one of those who hides behind barely-parted fingers during the gory bits of Game of Thrones). Probably not for the faint-hearted, but definitely intriguing if you like the fantastical.

GrilledCheeseSamurai L-o-v-e this one. 😍 2y
Fernoppy @GrilledCheeseSamurai yes, it's stunning. 2y
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I just loved this. Fairytales and magic and intrigue. Brilliant characters, kept me engaged to the very end (which came sooner than I expected due to a glossary and sample chapter lurking at the end). I was disappointed that it was finished.

TheDoubleLetterThief Beeeeeautiful cover. 2y
Mitch It‘s part one of a trilogy, so don‘t worry! @Fernoppy ! I have the next two on my future reads list! 2y
Fernoppy @Mitch I can't wait! I think the second one is available this month 😊 2y
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Difficult Women | Roxane Gay
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Thanks for my pressie @Michelle_mck I love it! And love the idea of a Difficult Women read-along, how awesome 😊

Mitch Just listened to #ReadingWomen talk so passionately about Hunger by Roxanne Gay. Must add her to my watch pile! 2y
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Restart | Gordon Korman
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Keeping in mind that it's 5.30pm December 30th where I am - and tomorrow I have to shop and bake for, and attend a NYE get together - can I fit one more book into 2017? It's YA and only 243 pages long. I reckon I can make it 😝

GrilledCheeseSamurai You. Can. Do. It! 🙌 2y
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An Untamed State | Roxane Gay
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This was brutal and devastatingly sad. I took a three week break about 75% of the way through (how nice to be able to take a mental break from the trauma of a fictional person - if only real life worked like that!). The voice of Mireille will stay with me in it's joy and sorrow, anger, fear and determination. Not a pleasant read, but a good one.

Christine11 I read this one a few weeks ago 😊 totally agree with you - it wasn‘t an easy read but it was so good ! 2y
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4321 | Paul Auster
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I got a book voucher for Christmas - picked up a behemoth for book group, an old read and a new read.

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This was the final in The Tribe trilogy by Ambelin Kwaymullina of the Palyku people of Western Australia. A dystopian series great for older teens. Kwaymullina also wrote one of my favourite children's books - The Two-hearted Numbat.

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While the blurb leads you to think this is another in the "loveable curmudgeon" set, it's actually deeply beautiful and relatable. Hendrik's self-deprecating style pokes fun at himself as well as the foibles of the residents of his aged care home. It also examines what makes life worthwhile even in the face of illness and death. And OK, sometimes he does get a bit grumpy, curmudgeonly even ... but so do we all. Highly recommend.

Booksnchill Oh- loved this book- I did the audio! 2y
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Geek Love | Katherine Dunn
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It's early days @TheDoubleLetterThief but I'm not quite sure about this...

TheDoubleLetterThief Know what you mean. Hence I could not get into it. 2y
Fernoppy @TheDoubleLetterThief I thought you must not have read it! 2y
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"I am growing less respectable all the time." Goals for getting older ?

PurpleyPumpkin Yes!!👍🏽😂 2y
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Akata Witch | Nnedi Okorafor
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I'm a strong believer in the need for #diversebooks. Mainly because I remember desperately trying to find myself in books as a teenager - or at least someone I could aspire to be. I'd wish for everyone to have that opportunity (as well as access to books, and access to literacy education). My more selfish reason is that without #diversebooks I would actually miss out on fabulous stories like this - and that just doesn't bear thinking of.

Pogue I love theses books. 2y
CandycaneBelle I‘m anxiously awaiting what I assume is the third one in the trilogy/(series?) and I don‘t think there is even a release date for it yet!! 2y
Fernoppy @CandycaneBelle I need to get my hands on the second one now - but maybe I should hold off for a bit! This is the problem with trilogies 😫 2y
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CandycaneBelle I enjoyed both! So well written an I appreciate the characters! 2y
Louise Hi, Jen! Happy Holidays! Not sure if my card will arrive in time, so here's an extra little greeting! Merry, merry! 🌲❤️📚 2y
Fernoppy @Louise hope you had a good Christmas Day! I think my latest will reach you around NYE. 2y
Louise Yes! @Fernoppy! I got it today! I had to laugh when you were worried about it arriving late because I decided to send New Year's parcels instead of Christmas ones this year. I've been so fatigued that I just couldn't get properly organized. 2y
Louise Thank you SO MUCH for your lovely package! I adore the Australian animal magnets, bookmark, and card and am very interested in reading the book and writing in the sweet journal. You are so thoughtful! I really appreciate it! 2y
Louise And by "New Year's parcels", I mean "mailed sometime in January"! ? 2y
Fernoppy @Louise I'm so glad it arrived - thought it would take longer than normal. And "mailed in January" just means "getting the year off to a good start"! ? 2y
Louise Exactly! There's the spirit! 😁 2y
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Akata Witch | Nnedi Okorafor
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About to dive into this - which I managed to snaffle with a bit of double-dealing at book group Christmas - but I have a thing about slip-covers. I just can't read a book with a slip-cover on; I must remove it for reading. Anyone with me?

MandaChittles I haven‘t been able to find this! I‘ll buy it via Abebooks.com.au I think. 2y
quinas I‘m not a fan of them either, they look fine at the start but they end up looking tatty. 2y
Louise I always take them off while reading so they don't get torn, then I put them back on when I'm finished. 😊 2y
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Hester and Harriet | Hilary Spiers
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This was enjoyable but somehow not quite as charming as I'd imagined. Still, it was a sufficiently engaging story and a pretty good set of characters. Perhaps it just needed a little more editing for flow. If I stumble on the second instalment at the library, I would definitely borrow it.

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Akata Witch | Nnedi Okorafor
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Just stole @TheDoubleLetterThief 's photo of our book group Christmas collection - just as I stole her copy of Akata Witch. Pretty happy with that result 😊

TheDoubleLetterThief Thief thief thief! 2y
Fernoppy @TheDoubleLetterThief to be fair, you stole it first 😝 2y
TheDoubleLetterThief Don‘t spilt hairs @Fernoppy! 2y
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Hester and Harriet | Hilary Spiers
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Some afternoon company while I read. #catsoflitsy

DebinHawaii Sweet! 🐱❤️ 2y
MMenefee 😻😻 2y
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The Lost Plot | Genevieve Cogman
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This was advertised for release in January, but I pre-ordered it late one night after a few wines. Then it was released early! Bonus! Can't wait to get into this fourth instalment of The Invisible Library series.

ju.ca.no I was soo close to downloading it yesterday already🙈 after christmas I will have to finally buy it, I am so much looking foward to continue reading! 2y
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Anyone else get sucked in by the Enid Blyton box set at Aldi? Childhood memories and getting ten books for $8 - priceless. Now if they would just do the same with Nancy Drew. What other childhood favourites would you like in a box set?

BarbaraBB O Yes! I think I read them all! I wanted to be like George 😀 2y
quinas Oohhh I loved Enid Blyton. But strangely not the Famous Five. I was more into the Wishing Chair series when I was very young, then the school ones (Naughtiest Girl in School and the St Clare ones). I would love to have the Trixie Belden series, and actually have some, but they‘re disintegrating now😩 2y
Fernoppy @quinas oh Trixie Beldin! I loved them. I remember Naughtiest Girl in School. And Mallory Towers. 2y
quinas @fernoppy I think I even liked the Secret Seven more than the Famous Five! And the Children of Cherry Tree Farm. Can you imagine a group of kids wandering off with some strange dude on a “ramble” these days????? 2y
Fernoppy @quinas 😂😂😂😂 2y
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@JoanneL these are coming your way - I do have Bad Feminist as well but it has disappeared into the black hole of my bookshelf!

Joanne1 Ooh can't wait! Thanks. 2y
Joanne1 Also, think you have my Litsy name wrong, it's not JoanneL. Which explains why I didn't get a notification for these tags. 2y
Fernoppy That's a bit strange because I thought you were @Joanne1 but the Litsy kept offering me JoanneL and the name is the same as yours. Hmmm, it's a bit twilight zone. 2y
Joanne1 @Fernoppy I think that one is also mine, something odd happened when I set up my account initially but I can't get back in to delete it. So less twilight zone more incompetent iPhone user! 2y
Fernoppy @Joanne1 that's a relief, I was thinking I'd been tagging some poor bewildered Litsy user! 2y
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Well Samantha Irby, you just got invited to my fantasy author dinner party - at which, in deference to your preferences, I will rig up a microphone so you can hear us while sending us text messages from a remote location. You won't even have to put on a bra.

Joanne1 Okay I'm intrigued! 2y
Fernoppy @Joanne1, shall I add it to the stack? Holiday reading 😝 2y
Joanne1 @Fernoppy ah, yes please! 2y
Bertha_Mason I'm so excited to read this book! Meaty was one of the best books I had read in a long time. 2y
Fernoppy @Bertha_Mason I can't wait to read Meaty! I love Bitches Gotta Eat as well. Sam Irby always cracks me up - even when she's writing about sad and difficult things. 2y
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A friend reminded me I had Shrill sitting on my shelf yet to be read. Thanks @JoanneL I'm really enjoying it. While I've gotten quite a few laughs, this passage spoke to me.

amvs1111 I enjoyed it when I read it over the summer! 2y
Fernoppy @amvs1111 great read! I've just finished it and really enjoyed it. 2y
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Normally I can't buy books in a series when they are different sizes - I have to wait until they all come out in standard paperback size. For the Nevernight Chronicle I've made an exception. While I was almost put off initially by the formatting (lots of footnotes and italics) I was eventually lost in the story and can't wait to read the conclusion - at some far too distant point in time 😞Will have to read everything else #jaykristoff has written

Maike Same here, I even have Nevernight in paperback and Godsgrave in hardback. 🙈 2y
Fernoppy @Maike that's a bit extreme 😂 now to survive the wait for the third! 2y
Maike @Fernoppy my brain just checked out while ordering 😂 2y
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Brilliant! Well written and a completely fascinating subject.

Louise Hello, @Fernoppy! We have been matched as pen pals! Looking through your Litsy feed, I can see how widely and deeply you read; and I am looking forward to corresponding with you and getting to know you better! Send me your mailing address at pvmusegroup@gmail.com. Until soon! 🎉🎉🎉 2y
Louise Hello again, @Fernoppy. I haven't heard from you. Have you changed your mind about being Pen Pals? Just double-checking in case the wires of communication got crossed somewhere. Either way, best wishes to you! 💐 2y
Fernoppy Hi @Louise, I have just emailed you! I'm a slow-starter, but still keen 😊 2y
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Louise I have just sent you an email and will write to you this week! 😃 2y
Michelle_mck Hi were also matched for penpals - I responded on the original post not sure if you saw it 2y
Fernoppy @Michelle_mck I'm so sorry, I didn't see it! Would love to write to you if you're still keen. Email me at fernoppy at gmail dot com 😊 2y
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It took immense courage to write this book. For a person to write things that make her feel so incredibly exposed and vulnerable is a gift to the rest of us.

quinas I love hearing her speak, but I've not actually read much of her work, just a few articles. I'll add that to the ever increasing pile. (edited) 2y
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The 13-Storey Treehouse | Andy Griffiths
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My darling 11 year old decided he needed to organise his books before he went to school this morning. I'm both impressed - who doesn't love a good book-organising session? - but also a little amazed at the number of books he owns. Wonder where he gets that from? 😂😂😂 This is only a selection as well - this doesn't include his picture books or his non-fiction books!

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300 Arguments | Sarah Manguso
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I can't quite think of the words to describe this book. Mostly a couple of sentences to express a thought or a feeling but with a depth belied by the brevity. I liked the way it forced me to focus - my mind couldn't get distracted by other thoughts, because if it did, I would miss the whole meaning of the passage. It was almost an exercise in mindfulness. Beautifully written, I will keep this around to revisit.

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Lots of fun and more information about records than you would have thought possible. Though I'm not sure the lead character is actually as irresistible as his author thinks he is!

Fernoppy @quinas I think I got this from your Goodreads list - thanks! 2y
quinas Glad you liked it, I thought it was fun. I completely agree about the protagonist, his irresistible charms did become a bit wearisome. I will read the next one though. 2y
Fernoppy @quinas I will read the next one too. As will my dad who said he thoroughly enjoyed it 😆 2y
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When Breath Becomes Air | Paul Kalanithi
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I read an article by Paul Kalanithi published just before he died and remembered it for the beautiful simplicity and depth of his writing. The book did nothing to tarnish my memory of his writing. Finished this today on my lunch break at work and had to stop my lip from wobbling.

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Pen Pals | Alexandra Pichard
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Exciting times - though sometimes I feel sorry for the authors who chose a book title that we Littens find convenient to post about something else. #litsypenpals

maximoffs Yay!! For anyone else who might want to join, head over to http://bit.ly/litsypenpals2 . And I always try to find one that doesn't have any entries on it 🙈 2y
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Our Numbered Days | Neil Hilborn
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Many of us don't think of ourselves as poetry readers - for me it was the poetry I had to read in school and uni; so much of it was inaccessible and difficult to relate to. But modern poetry is a different beast and I am enjoying the ride. A finely written poem is a blow to the heart, it's the martial art of writing. Neil Hilborn is so sharp you don't even realise you've been cut until you see the blood. #neilhilborn #litsypoetry

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Just a few more books - only one more to arrive. It's slightly possible that I've gone a tiny bit overboard! #bookbinge #tbr

Victoria_Clyne Never. 2y
Fernoppy @Victoria_Clyne I think you're right. There's no such thing 😝 2y
Victoria_Clyne Exactly. As I keep telling Anthony, you can never have too many books. 2y
Joanne1 I agree. It's physically impossible to go overboard when it comes to book buying. 2y
Fernoppy @Joanne1 you and @Victoria_Clyne are so wise. I will be guided by you 😂 2y
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After a very early start and a busy day at work, what could be nicer than coming home to a comfy couch, a blazing fire and a stack of new books arrived in the mail? Warsan Shire is the thin brown volume between Grant & I and Because We Are Bad. #bookbinge

Joanne1 Thought these all sounded familiar then I looked at who posted and it all made sense. Is this all of them or have you got more coming. The fire has been going all day here, so cold. 2y
Fernoppy @Joanne1 this is nearly all of them. There may be another 1 or 3, ummm, maybe four? 2y
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Took the kids to the library to choose some books. Ended up with a few of my own 😝

Joanne1 Hag-seed is really good. 2y
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Our Numbered Days | Neil Hilborn
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"We both had parents who believed / us when we said we weren't OK, but mine could afford / to do something about it." #neilhilborn #ohmyheart

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I'm loving Neil Hilborn's words, he writes so beautifully.