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Karisa

Karisa

Joined December 2018

☮ ❤ 📚 😺 Teacher and mom who loves reading across many genres.
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The Bombay Prince | Sujata Massey
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These 1920s murder mysteries set in Bombay are so much fun to read. Each book is even better than the last! I ♥️Perveen Mistry!

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Daisy Jones & The Six | Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Loved the Amazon Prime adaptation of Daisy Jones and the Six! They made a few changes but all worked well. It took a few episodes to warm up, but that suits the plot well too. The songs they made for it are really catchy too. Fun to watch a book come to life!

thewallflower0707 I still need to watch the last two episodes, but I liked it so far. 3d
Sargar114 We still have one more episode to watch. I‘m enjoying it but also felt it started slow. I also felt they probably could have cut two episodes and still would have been true to the story. 3d
Karisa @Sargar114 @thewallflower0707 Yeah, first few were slow, but it gets better and better as it goes. I love that we got to see more of Simone and Camille. 3d
Sargar114 @Karisa agreed! I loved the Simone storyline and Camille is my favorite character in both the book and the show 3d
marleed I loved the show. It‘s been a couple years since I read the book so I didn‘t even notice the differences until reading an article listing them. I ugly cried while episode 9 wrapped up! 3d
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Slim, surrealist novel based on a day in an author‘s life in Syria. It felt so much like Kafka but also seemed inspired by the self-exiled author‘s experiences. I found it fascinating but also tough (oppressive government, male dominated society, so much ego). It left me wondering how much is based on fact? #FoodandLit #Syria

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Nine Liars | Maureen Johnson
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Stevie Bell‘s latest adventure takes her and her friends off on an adventure to England. It‘s fun, mysterious, music-filled (90s Britpop this time) and angsty as ever.

I loved it although the mom in me kept wanting to make Stevie take a warm bath, do a load of her laundry, and replace the half of her clothing that is worn out. This teenage detective genius seriously needs a mother figure.😅😥🕵️

suvata I really like Maureen Johnson‘s books. 2w
Karisa @suvata She writes books that are hard to put down! Now if she could just stop with the cliffhanger endings. . . Not nice, MJ! 😂 2w
Susanita Yes! I‘m not a mom, but I feel very concerned for Stevie and the situations where she finds herself. 2w
Karisa @Susanita The author does a great job of making the reader care for her. She‘s a great blend of fearless, smart, and vulnerable. A detective for the modern day 💗 2w
BkClubCare ❤️ 2w
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Thanks again, @Readergrrl ! The new poster looks great at school! It is so cool to see the people chosen for the periodic table spots and fits right in with our motif. 💗 #Blitsy @Chelleo

Readergrrl That looks great!! I have a teacher friend who made the whole table using laminated colored 8x11 paper. She then posted it on the wall outside her classroom. Students could lift each page for a photo and brief bio of the person listed on the front. Very cool! It took her a long time to make, but now that it‘s all laminated, she just needs to tape them up in the table format each February. 3w
Chelleo 🤩😍🤩😍🤩 3w
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Hurray for #Blitsy and @Chelleo and @Readergrrl ! It was so much fun to open my Black History Month swap boxes of carefully chosen books, beautiful postcards of brave Black women (each is a mini artwork!), and yummy snacks. I‘ll take a photo of my cool poster once I put it on the wall at school. 😉 I can‘t wait to get reading once back at home. Thank you!!!

Chelleo Love it! Those postcards are a fave....It's hard sending them out into the world because they are all so pretty....like you said, artwork! 1mo
Readergrrl @Karisa I‘m so glad you liked everything! This is one of my favorite swaps of the year! Thank you @Chelleo for hosting again!! 1mo
TheKidUpstairs Great books! Sleeping Car Porter was one of my absolute faves last year! 1mo
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Visiting Jack London‘s “Beauty Ranch” (state park) in Sonoma County. His book Valley of the Moon was set here. It‘s a gorgeous place!

TheBookHippie Wow!! 1mo
Karisa @TheBookHippie I learned so much about him! His wife was a writer too, they traveled the world bringing their record player, they built their dream home at Beauty Ranch (looks like castle ruins) only to have it burn down just before moving in, he died there at the ranch at age 40… 1mo
TheBookHippie @Karisa It‘s so fascinating and how sad about the ranch. I love history. 1mo
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Hell Bent | Leigh Bardugo
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Alex Stern returns and is even more powerful in this second book set at Yale among the creepy secret societies.

I loved the found family theme with the extra doses of magic, but there‘s a lot going on in this book. Maybe too much. I found myself thinking of the quote by Chanel, “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.”

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Ninth House | Leigh Bardugo
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I rarely reread books, but I‘m so glad I reread this one (before reading book 2). The main character, Alex Stern and world of secret societies of Yale are wonderfully crafted. Dawes and Darlington were just as charming as I remembered. How does Bardugo manage to make you miss a character so much?! My copy had a few author annotated pages at the end—deliciously fun! Moving on to book 2 right away… 🥳

Readergrrl You‘re inspiring me to reread too! I bought the second book and it‘s teetering on the edge of my monstrous TBR pile, but I think it would be great to reread 9th House first! Thanks for encouraging me! 1mo
Karisa @Readergrrl Same! A Litsy post a week or so ago mentioned rereading it which inspired me! 😂 I wish I remembered the name of the person to thank them! It‘s such a fun, wild ride of a book. I think I enjoyed even more the second time around. 1mo
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Drown | Junot Daz
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Having a rough time with this book. It is beautifully written as Junot Diaz always is. However, it‘s difficult to connect with the characters. They feel kept at a distance, and the stories are disjointed. So little to redeem them (abuse in all forms), they are tough to root for. 😢 #FoodandLit #DominicanRepublic

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My #BHMswap is its way to Espanya! 🇪🇸 It should be there in 10 days. Wish I were going with it! 😂💗👏👏👏 @Chelleo

Chelleo Woohoo! 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽 1mo
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Yet more evidence that the kids (and kids' books) today are awesome: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/lists/teen-books-trending-on-booktok

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Keeper of the Lost Cities | Shannon Messenger
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Really fun middle grade read with a rich world of elven tech, mysterious creatures, and powers. I loved the hero, Sophie. Now I‘ll have another fantasy book to recommend my middle schoolers.

Kinda wishing I didn‘t like it so much now that I know it‘s up to nine books in the series. 😅 #BlameLitsy

Weisubei And it's getting better and better with each book 🤩🤩 2mo
Nebklvr Sounds great 2mo
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Jane Austen Society | Natalie Jenner
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While reading this book I had the strongest feeling of deja vu. I was convinced for that I‘d already read it. Then I realized—it‘s just the same vibes as one of my favorites The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. It‘s warm and wonderful and set in rural UK around the world wars. I loved it so much (and then immediately rewatched the Guernsey movie). 😊

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A Girl Is a Body of Water | Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi
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Whelp! I gave it my best shot but my Ugandan chapati definitely turned more like naan. Not soft enough to roll into Rolex but tasty. That was fun! #FoodandLit @Catsandbooks @Texreader

Karisa Here‘s the video that made it look sooo easy: https://youtu.be/bMABvnwSkag 2mo
Catsandbooks As long as it tastes good that's all that matters! 2mo
Texreader I‘d eat it!! 2mo
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A Girl Is a Body of Water | Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi
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Kirabo‘s journey through childhood to young adult to find her mother and her way in 1970s Uganda was beautifully written. I kept drawing comparisons to the heroines in Jane Austen I was rereading for another book club. Both authors are exploring what it means to be women bound by their societies‘ expectations while dreaming of more. I‘m so glad I read this book with #FoodandLit for our look at #Uganda.

@Texreader @Catsandbooks

Karisa I think I‘m going to try making Ugandan Rolex with fresh chapati. Check out a relaxing cooking tutorial here: https://youtu.be/bMABvnwSkag 2mo
Texreader Lovely review! Let us know how the food turns out. I want to try making it too 2mo
Catsandbooks So glad you liked it! I'm reading it too! I originally borrowed it from the library but it had to go back before I was done with it and since I was enjoying it so much I ended up buying myself a copy 2mo
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All My Rage | Sabaa Tahir
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One of the best books of 2022! Great YA realistic fiction from a queen of YA fantasy! Sabaa Tahir had me rooting for her teenage characters even while they made huge mistakes. She captures emotion and difficult situations (loving someone w/addiction, past trauma shaping lives, racism) with honesty, compassion. Her biography at the end shows how much of herself she put into her two MCs. 💗

Karisa Music plays a major role too. Found a playlist of all the songs mentioned in the book: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0lYm8GWVR8f67nfhTseYRu?si=dSzEEPGaSlebY6C-oeZX... 3mo
Deblovestoread Great playlist! 3mo
Cinfhen This book has definitely peaked my interest!! And your review with playlist has sealed the deal. Thanks for sharing 3mo
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Hurray! I‘ve been wanting to read this book for too long and so has my husband. The chocolate is also delicious (sampled some already 🤣).

Thank you for adding bookish fun to my holiday, @Sharpeipup (and to @MaleficentBookDragon for organizing)! Books and chocolate—what a perfect combination!

Sharpeipup So glad you enjoyed it! The chocolate was locally made in Raleigh, NC & I picked it up during a recent trip there. 3mo
Scochrane26 I did the audio version, but this is probably my fave book this year. 3mo
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Beautiful book about friendship, loss, and video game design. Sam, Sadie, and Marx‘s trials and triumphs make for an enjoyable, though sometimes heart wrenching read.

charl08 Looking forward to reading this one! 3mo
Karisa @charl08 I loved it! Only problem was all the talk of old video games had me back to playing one, Stardew Valley, for too long. Good thing I had the week off 😅 Hope you like it too. 3mo
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Perfect, warm holiday (anytime) read. I‘m just loving this sweet book so much I want to hug it! 💗

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Take My Hand | Dolen Perkins-Valdez
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Powerful and sad, Take My Hand focuses on the topic of rights and justice for children, people of color, and for the poor. It‘s fiction but based on a trial from the 1970s involving two sisters in Alabama. The main character, Civil, is a young nurse whose sometimes misguided desire to help is compelling. This one is an all too real heartbreaker.

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Remarkably Bright Creatures | Shelby Van Pelt
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Fantastic book with so much heart! I loved all the POV characters, but my favorite was Marcellus (the octopus). The story is set in the Pacific NW with a strong, wise older woman; curmudgeonly 30 year old guy; and cunning cephalopod. Found family, loss, and squeezing the most out of life seem to be strong themes here. So good!

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Hi @CindyMyLifeIsLit 😊 Your #JolabokaflodSwap is ready and will be on its way in tomorrow‘s mail. Thank you, @MaleficentBookDragon for hosting this fun, no stress seasonal swap! 💗

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Remarkably Bright Creatures | Shelby Van Pelt
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Wow! This book lives up to the hype. I just love all the characters so much. 😍🐙🐈‍⬛

monalyisha Oh, I did love this line! 2mo
Karisa @monalyisha Right?! It works for nature, and I also think of it sometimes in my classroom. It helps me take a breath and not micromanage. 😅 2mo
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

❄️ Days off and time with family

🎄 All I want for Christmas is a new year and I‘m so grateful😊

⛄️ Ooh, The Little Book of Feminist Saints and/or pretty much anything on my TBR

Eggs Thanks so much for the thoughtful responses ❄️ 4mo
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Beautifully written capturing the horror of what it might have felt like being forced into marriage at 13 in the mid-1500s Italy (and the pressure of producing a male heir). The references to artists and historic families of the time had me referring to Google frequently. Sad but intriguing read.

Sparklemn Completely non-book-related, but wow, she looks like Drew Barrymore! 😃 4mo
Karisa @Sparklemn 🤔 Didn‘t see it before, but now that you mention it. . . Can‘t not see it 😂 4mo
Chelsea.Poole Loved this book! 4mo
Karisa @Chelsea.Poole Me too! I didn‘t expect to connect to the character as much as I did. The author did a great job of capturing her plight and I loved the ending even though it was so far fetched. 4mo
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Box in the Woods | Maureen Johnson
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I‘m sure there will come a time when I get tired of this YA mystery series, but that time is not with this fourth book. I found the stand-alone incredibly satisfying taking the teenage detective Stevie digging into a 1970s murder at a summer camp. It‘s just a fun read all around! Plus it had me listening to Stevie Nicks and researching the fascinating, macabre work of Francis Glessner Lee.

everfree7 Yeah, I love this series, too! 2mo
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Travel, found family, quirky characters, warm fuzzies… this book checked a lot of my boxes for things I gravitate to in books.

It‘s about a widow who finally has the chance to make her own decisions and decides to take a trip to America to better understand her son. I also liked that I learned a few things about Bangladesh‘s history too. Maybe a couple too many POV characters, but other than that an excellent, fast read.

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An American Marriage | Tayari Jones
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I‘m loving the new podcast Book Exploder! It‘s hosted by Susan Orlean, and she talks to other authors about breaking down key passages in their books.

This wonderful episode gave me a much deeper appreciation for Tayari Jones‘ book. I had no idea of her process (basically wrote 2.5 books and then interwove their stories 😱): https://open.spotify.com/episode/3lBbAwFe56klGNvpzCBDE5?si=OSkiFAraS2WEuUl7hkMvS...

charl08 Thanks for posting this - I'm always looking for new book podcasts. 4mo
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Six Crimson Cranes | Elizabeth Lim
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Beautiful fairytale-style story inspired by East Asian folklore. Six Crimson Cranes features a fierce heroine, Shiori, who is fueled by love for her family and a desire to control her own fate. This hero‘s journey is decidedly YA and quite enjoyable.

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So much to explore! My TBR is growing today…

2022 Books We Love:

https://apps.npr.org/best-books/#view=covers&year=2022

emz711 Oh no! Do I click? 4mo
Karisa @emz711 I know right?! But… It feels like early Christmas clicking on the covers! 🤣 4mo
Suet624 I need reviewers to,stop reviewing for a month or two so I can catch my breath and stop feeling like I‘m missing out on some spectacular reads. 🤣 4mo
TheKidUpstairs @Suet624 I've been feeling the same way! 4mo
Suet624 @TheKidUpstairs haha. There is such abundance! Leave it to me to complain about it. 4mo
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The Story Sisters | Alice Hoffman
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(Not actually the tagged book, but a short story by the famous magical realism author.)

This deliciously sweet short story about two sisters kept apart, baking, books, and a magical-ish island felt more like Sarah Addison Allen to me than typical Hoffman. I devoured it in one bite nonetheless. Great palate cleanser after some very heavy reading this week.

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I had a great #NonfictionNovember thanks to Litsy reading groups #SundayBuddyRead and #SheSaid

Both books took feminist looks at the world. One was historic about a group Pan-Am stewardesses (Come Fly the World). The other was very modern and personal about health, work, divorce, family, and dating (Ladyparts). Both gave lots of food for thought.

TheBookHippie YAY!!!! I did really enjoy this one! 4mo
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Pull of the Stars | Emma Donoghue
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Wow! What a great, compelling read! Emma Donoghue‘s novel spans just 3 days of 1918 in a maternity room for women with influenza. It is powerful as a historical novel but also so timely. The character-building is beautifully done, often few words.

Karisa 😅 Confession: I almost quit this book a few pages in. The author‘s choice to not use quotation marks was throwing me for a loop. Glad I stuck with it. So good! 4mo
BennettBookworm This was such an impactful book. And so spooky that she wrote it without knowing what was coming aka this pandemic 4mo
Karisa @BennettBookworm Right?! I was so surprised reading that in the last pages. Pandemic plus a tribute to nurses and women. . . Her timing was just perfection. 4mo
BennettBookworm Absolutely!! 4mo
ShelleyBooksie Loved it. 4mo
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Giveaway | Carolyn Finlay
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Oooh, this Litsy chance to win from this cute, bookish Etsy shop is awesome!

Tag #BookishCoupleGiveaway and @Rachel.Rencher in a post to enter today and tell your favorite genre along with the photo above. My favorite genres are sci-fi, fantasy, and historical fiction. 📚 Thanks for the chance to win!

Shop link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/thebookishcouple

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I Capture Castle | Dodie Smith
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#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

“I write this sitting in the kitchen sink.” I was so confused when I first read this, but now that I‘m more than half way through, it makes me smile. It‘s so totally the main character, Cassandra and her obsessive need to write (the kitchen window brings in the day‘s last bit of light).

TheLudicReader Such a lovely book. 5mo
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Hey Litsy! Please help me welcome our school librarians, @MzSaraPugh and @TheImposterLibrarian who are humoring me and checking out Litsy, our amazing bookish community. 😊

AmyG Welcome!!! Hope you enjoy our little internet spot! 5mo
slategreyskies @MzSaraPugh @TheImposterLibrarian welcome to Litsy!! 📚❤️ 5mo
Soubhiville @MzSaraPugh @TheImposterLibrarian Litsy is the coziest, safest, and friendliest place on the web. Hope you‘ll join us here! 5mo
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Jas16 Welcome @MzSaraPugh @TheImposterLibrarian I hope that you both end up loving it here. 5mo
Enchanted_Bibliophile 👋🏻 Welcome! 📚 5mo
ShelleyBooksie Welcome!! 5mo
Bklover Welcome @MzSaraPugh ! 5mo
Karisa 📚💗😊 @MzSaraPugh and @TheImposterLibrarian See what I mean? Just the nicest people who all love books here. Here are some helpful resources about Litsy too (from @LitsyWelcomeWagon) Links:
http://bit.ly/litsytips & http://bit.ly/
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LiteraryinLawrence Librarians are the best!! 5mo
JessClark78 Welcome to Litsy! @MzSaraPugh and @TheImposterLibrarian 📚🙂 5mo
MzSaraPugh Thank you so much @Karisa I am already enjoying the atmosphere 5mo
TheImposterLibrarian Thank you all for the wonderful welcome!!! 📚 I had no idea that this community existed! Thank you @Karisa for sharing. ☺️ 5mo
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I Capture the Castle | Dodie Smith
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🤷🏻‍♀️Can‘t believe I‘d never heard of this amazing book until a few months ago on Litsy! Quirky family, warmth, a feisty young writer in a crumbling castle… 😍 I‘m like 60+ years late to this party! 🤣 What a great read!

Saknicole This is my favorite book! I‘m happy you like it too! 5mo
batsy One of my favourites! 💜 5mo
TheLudicReader It‘s a delight from beginning to end. 5mo
Karisa @Saknicole @batsy @TheLudicReader I can see why you all love it! It‘s so fresh and fun! A book that has stood the test of time well! I especially love Cassandra, Rose, and Topaz. The author is so good at fully fleshing out the characters and infusing everything with such warmth. 5mo
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Black Buck | Mateo Askaripour
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This book started strong but it felt like it lost some momentum for me as the main character lost his way. At its heart it feels like a cautionary tale about a young man that puts career over family and neighborhood. Then he tries to do every right and things don‘t go well either. Just sad and frustrating, but maybe that‘s the point? 🤷🏻‍♀️

adoramichaels This is good to know. I literally just put this on my wishlist a couple days ago. Thank you! 5mo
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The Lost Sisters | Holly Black
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Meh. Holly Black definitely picked the correct twin (Jude) to center the main stories around. This side novella tells her sister Taryn‘s (bit dull) point of view. 🫤

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Becky Chamber‘s refreshingly positive vision of the future continues! This latest short book in the Monk and Robot series sends the ever-lovable duo of Dex and Mosscap into human places to ask “What do you actually need?” I found the book as sweet and enjoyable as its cover.

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Other Birds: A Novel | Sarah Addison Allen
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Beautiful and sweet with the “found family” theme I‘m such a sucker for plus ghostly charm. It‘s another charming book by S.A.A. (An autobuy author for me).

I loved this story of a recent grad, Zoey, that moves to a quirky island to learn more about her mother who died.

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Other Birds: A Novel | Sarah Addison Allen
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If you are looking for a sweet story with plenty of ghosts for Halloween, here‘s another fantastic read! 💗👻

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The Dead Romantics | Ashley Poston
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Perfect light romance for Halloween season! Sweet, ghostly, funny, and fun. Lots of book/author references. The mc is an author (well, ghostwriter lol).

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What a fun trilogy! I devoured this YA fantasy series filled with magical creatures, curses, and badass mortal-raised-in-Faerie-by-her-parents‘-murderer Jude Duarte. It‘s filled with so much adventure and heart!

Plus, I think you can totally judge a lot of books by their fan art! (💗 like the one above by merwild posted on Pinterest)

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American Gods | Neil Gaiman
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#LittensWanttoKnow @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

📙Amulet (to reluctant middle schoolers)
📘American Gods (to the coolest people)
📗Anything by Sarah Addison Allen (for those that need a book that wraps around them like a warm quilt)

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The Cruel Prince | Holly Black
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Fantastic fantasy filled with faeries, betrayals, and complex characters. I loved the world Holly Black created here and am jumping straight into the sequel!

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😱 Chart above shows what were thought of as reasons for insanity in the 1800s such as NOVEL READING! 😤

The book is an interesting and heavily footnoted recount of a woman who was committed to an asylum when her husband felt challenged by her intelligence. Thanks for the recommendation, @Lauranahe ! It‘s fascinating, frightening, and so sad. Never again!

kspenmoll This sounds tough but good! 7mo
Lauranahe Such a fascinating book! I got so angry sometimes reading it. And frustrated we aren‘t as far along as we should be. And also thankful for how far we‘ve come, and my husband can‘t commit me for disagreeing with him! Or reading lots of books. 7mo
Karisa @Lauranahe Yes! 💯% agree 7mo
DivineDiana Novel reading! 😲 Coincidently, just read a section in Anne of Green Gables when Marilla cautions Anne that reading novels was harmful to her character. 7mo
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Powerful and beautifully written! This book of essays on the poet/writer‘s reflections on her Asian American experiences is wonderful.

Perfect read for my own reflection on the power of words before the school year starts. 💗 Thanks for moving it up on my tbr list, @Riveted_Reader_Melissa

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great quote! 8mo
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Stalking Litsy way too early on a Sunday morning (for my time zone) because the books for #SundayBuddyRead and #SheSaid were just so freaking good this week! I can‘t wait to hear what others thought…

5feet.of.fury 🤣 8mo
5feet.of.fury Same 8mo
Karisa @5feet.of.fury Glad it‘s not just me 😂🥰 (edited) 8mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa I just posted the discussion! 😉 8mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa And now off to see what the SundayBuddy read is this month 😉 8mo
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