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‘A mind needs books like a sword needs a whetstone‘ Tyrion Lannister
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Winner of the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non- Fiction.


Birdsong28 That's great news!! It was a wonderful book and she is such a lovely person in real life. 📚📖 4h
MamaGina Well Deserved! 👏🏼 now
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I‘ll let people decide which one of these two is the #masterpiece #movember


Cinfhen Honestly , I didn‘t love this Disney film 🤷🏼‍♀️not as much as Little Mermaid, or Beauty &the Beast ❣️❣️❣️ 9h
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A Thousand Splendid Suns | Khaled Hosseini
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#GratefulReads #BeenOnYourTBRTooLong

Playing catch up.

Why have I not picked this up yet!

OriginalCyn620 I‘ve not read it yet either. The awesome @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks gifted me a copy. I will get to this in 2020! 14h
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Sounds a good plan, I think I should join you. 14h
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks You are changing #BOTMBuddyRead widening the scope in 2020, could this be a potential Buddy Read? @OriginalCyn620 @TheBookHippie 14h
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Kaila-ann Read this one recently too and it was amazing. And heartbreaking!! 14h
TheBookHippie This is a beautiful book ❤️. We read it campus wide. It‘d read it again -that was a decade ago I think 🤷🏽‍♀️ 14h
OriginalCyn620 I‘m up for a buddy read! 14h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So so good!!! I ugly cried 😭😭😭 12h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 yes, we are changing it for 2020! @TheBookHippie 12h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I‘m not sure if my heart can take it again, but for you Andrew I‘ll try!!! 💔💔💔😭😭😭 12h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 how about June???!!! 11h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks We are booked up until June 📚❤️😭💔 11h
Scochrane26 I loved the Kite Runner (I read it years after it first came out), & I think I have this one on my kindle but haven‘t read it. I would do a buddy read. 10h
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 😊😍🥰 works for me. (edited) 7h
Allydanielle88 I loved this one. He's one of my favorite authors. 2h
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Scochrane26 I think we are going to do this one for our June #BotmBuddyRead 📚🙌🏻 2h
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Of Mice and Men | John Steinbeck
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#GratefulReads #ClassicYouEnjoyed

Could also have posted Rebecca and Grapes of Wrath but already posted about those this month. Of Mice and Men had a great impact on 15 year old Andrew!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great choice!! 14h
Kaila-ann I read this one this year and enjoyed it! 14h
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Some of the best things can come in small packages! 14h
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Andrew65 @Kaila-ann I feel I need to re-Read it. 14h
OriginalCyn620 I read this in school, which has been a long time ago now. Reread! 14h
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Yes me too, on both points. 14h
Tamra Such an impactful novella! 13h
mrp27 I recently reread this and it's themes holds up well. (edited) 11h
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The Works of William Shakespeare | William Shakespeare
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Texreader This is excellent 14h
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Heart and Soul | Maeve Binchy
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And we‘re off and running!

EadieB Reading this tomorrow! 17h
Andrew65 @EadieB I‘ve just started and has a feel of quite a quick read. 16h
EadieB @Andrew65 Great! 16h
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Christmasland | Joe Hill
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Reposted for @GypsyKat

I had so much fun doing the #HalloweenMovieBingo that I decided to host a Christmas version. Please feel free to share and play along! And if you use a free space, be sure to let us know what you‘re watching! 😁🎄🎥

GypsyKat Thanks for sharing! I‘m looking forward to seeing everyone‘s posts! 😊❤️🎄🎥 1d
Andrew65 @GypsyKat Love Actually And It‘s a Wonderful Life make it into my top ten films. 19h
GypsyKat @Andrew65 Both are absolutely classics! ❤️ 19h
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EadieB @GypsyKat @Andrew65 I like Holiday Inn, It‘s a Wonderful Life and Bells of St. Mary. Also Miracle on 34th Street. (edited) 18h
Andrew65 Holiday Inn is obviously another great classic, as is Miracle on 34th Street. Not sure if I know Bells of St Mary. I also like The Holiday. Not Christmas movies but traditional Christmas Movies (eg always playing at Christmas) could be The Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music.and Bedknobs and Broomsticks. @GypsyKat (edited) 18h
EadieB @Andrew65 Going My Way is the first movie and Bells of St. Mary is the sequel. Both are great movies:



These movies remind me of Maeve Binchy's stories are they are vey Irish Catholic.
Andrew65 @EadieB Thanks, I will check them out. 15h
Andrew65 @EadieB I do know these films and loved them too. 13h
EadieB @Andrew65 Some old films you see time and again but don‘t always remember the titles. Glad to hear you like them too! 13h
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Mahendra Singh Dhoni | Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn
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Happy Birthday! | Mamoru Suzuki
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Many thanks @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks for the wonderful birthday card, so thoughtful of you - but that is no surprise.😍😍🥰 It arrived two weeks ago but left unopened patiently for two weeks for my actual birthday. You are a special person, and a great friend. ❤️🥰😍❤️

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awww thank you Andrew and so are you!! I hope your day was fabulous 🎉🎊🎉🎊🎉🎊 2d
DaveGreen7777 Happy Birthday, Andrew! 🥳🎂 2d
Andrew65 @DaveGreen7777 Thanks 😊👍 2d
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Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks An interesting day! 2d
rwmg Happy birthday, Andrew 🎂🥂🥳 2d
GypsyKat Happy birthday!!! 1d
Andrew65 @rwmg @GypsyKat Thanks 😊👍 1d
Ddzmini Happy birthday 🎊🎂🎈🎁🎉 🥳📖😋 23h
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Heart and Soul | Maeve Binchy
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This is the schedule for the discussion points for the #MaeveBinchyBuddyRead that starts tomorrow. At 544 pages in the paperback copy been tricky to split into sections because of long chapters. Sometimes 2 chapters too short, and three chapters too long so split into six sections.

Everyone welcome to join us, this is a standalone.

Been a lot of years since I read it but remember this as a favourite Binchy! 😍

EadieB @Andrew65 Thanks for the schedule. I'm looking forward to reading this one as it is one of my favorites too! (edited) 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Glad I‘m not alone in this. I liked it because a favourite character, Fiona, reappeared. 2d
TheBookHippie Looks good! I love Fiona as well. 2d
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EadieB @TheBookHippie @Andrew65 Looking forward to Fiona too! She is a great character! 2d
catebutler Still waiting on my library hold, but I‘ll start as soon as it arrives. 🤗 2d
Andrew65 @catebutler 🤞🤞🤞 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB @TheBookHippie She is and will be good to see how she has changed since (edited) 2d
ljuliel I started this early this morning, and am 1/3 done already. It‘s very good ! Hopefully I‘ll remember everything for the questions. 😊 2d
ljuliel I read Nights of Rain and Stars a long time back. I should reread that , because I don‘t remember all the characters that well. I remember it was in Greece. 2d
TheBookHippie @Andrew65 yes and I‘ve missed reading Maeves voice!!! Good balm for winter days! 2d
Andrew65 @ljuliel If you look on the Nights Of Rain and Stars Book page you‘ll see our discussion posts which might help. 2d
Andrew65 @ljuliel Wow, a third in already on one day! 👏👏👏 I‘ve yet to start. 2d
Andrew65 @TheBookHippie She is a great comfort writer, and we‘ve missed you too. 2d
ljuliel @Andrew65 I‘ve got lots of spare time to read, so I can spend as much time as needed . I might go look through the other book posts, or maybe give it a quick reread. I‘ll see. 🙂 2d
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Happy Birthday! | Ariel Books
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Thanks @EadieB for this wonderfully personalised birthday greeting you gave me this morning. Put a wonderful smile on my face this morning but things quite rushed in the morning (mainly because I‘m usually reading too late and can‘t get up) so didn‘t have time to respond in the personalised way I want to. We may not have physically met but you are one of my closest friends and someone who knows me so well. My life is richer for you being in it. 🥰

Andrew65 @eadieb I think you also asked how my day has gone. I think this sums it up, just returned from a birthday meal which was a complete disaster! Took 1 hour 13 minutes to get any food and then that wasn‘t right. May be my birthday but been one of those sort of days so thanks again for making it a better day.🥰🥰🥰🥰❤️ (edited) 2d
Andrew65 Also a very big thank you to everyone for all the birthday greetings in the many posts. Littens are my best of friends because you all get me. I love each one of you dearly for always being there. 🥰🥰🥰❤️ (edited) 2d
AmyG Happy Birthday! 🎁🎂🎈 2d
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Andrew65 @AmyG Thanks @AmyG 😍👍😊 2d
EadieB @Andrew65 Sorry to hear your meal didn‘t go so well! Thanks for your kind comments about our friendship. I would never want to jeopardize that friendship and apologize if I have ever made you uncomfortable. I probably shouldn‘t joke so much as I never know if my jokes are bothersome to others. 2d
TrishB Lovely ❤️ 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB You have never made me feel uncomfortable 🥰 I think I have as zany a sense of humour as you. I am a very loyal friend and treasure your friendship. 😍 2d
EadieB @Andrew65 OK great! I was really worried about that and now I feel better! Thanks! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Definitely no need to be, you are great 🥰 2d
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Gorky Park | Martin Cruz Smith
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Waited for a long time to read this book, was really looking forward to it and then it fell flat! 😢

OriginalCyn620 I‘ve never read it but it does sound good! Of course, that doesn‘t mean it actually is! 3d
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Loads of people do like it it just didn‘t work for me. 4.04 rating on Goodreads but only a rating of 2 for me. 3d
EadieB @Andrew65 I remember when we read Gorky Park. It was a big disappointment! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Yes very disappointing unfortunately. 2d
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Untitled | Unknown
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Reposted for @ljuliel

Today‘s Question

What is an immediate turn-on for you when picking your next read ?
What‘s an immediate turnoff ?

#turnonturnoff @ljuliel

Crazeedi Turn on-subject matter turn off-scifi oriented 3d
ljuliel Thanks ! 3d
Hooked_on_books Turn on: great first line. Turn off: romance. 3d
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BethM Turn on: cover art and cover font turn off: a bad blurb 2d
EadieB Turn on if Andrew liked it then I know that I will probably like it. Turn off is sci-fi for me too and some fantasy. 2d
Andrew65 Turn on great covers, psychological mysteries, any thrillers, mystery and Suspense, turn off bodice ripping covers, too much romance / sex in books, abuse in any forms. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB 😊👍😂 2d
Andrew65 @ljuliel 😊👍 2d
ljuliel Great answers @Andrew65 👍🏼 2d
Andrew65 @ljuliel Books should be escapism. Sexual and or child abuse, or domestic violence, is definitely not entertainment or escapism! 2d
ljuliel Yes, true. Books can be a getaway from the bad things in the world. @Andrew65 2d
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The Secret of Annexe 3 | Colin Dexter
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I‘m likely to be reading from these 6 books over the next week. #WeeklyForecast
Have already started Roots.

Crazeedi I read roots before it was a movie. Excellent 3d
EadieB I‘ll be reading two of these. Also you forgot the Cara Black book 2d
Cinfhen I like how @EadieB is your social secretary 😁❣️ 2d
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EadieB @Cinfhen That‘s because we do so many group reads. I told him before he hired his deputy (same as vice-principal) that he should hire me but he pretty much nixed that. I was going to get him a beautiful picture of the sea in Scotland for his office but he went ahead and hired someone else. (edited) 2d
Cinfhen Men!!! They don‘t know anything @EadieB 2d
EadieB @Cinfhen That‘s the thanks I get for keeping his book life straight! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Yes the 22hd is this week isn‘t it! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB 😂😂😂 @Cinfhem Mea culpa! 😔 2d
lele1432 Roots!! I am LONG past due reading that one. 2d
Andrew65 @lele1432 I am a third of the way in and it is excellent. 2d
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#BookReport Been an incredibly productive reading week. I‘ve finished 8 books (although to be fair they have not been long books) and read 2564 pages - my target was 1800 pages.

Librariana That's outstanding! Great job! 😊 3d
Andrew65 @Librariana Thanks, I‘m amazed given it was a busy work week! 3d
rwmg Wow. Where do you get the time? 3d
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Andrew65 @rwmg Trying to finish a challenge so did rather get obsessed about reading last week. If not working I think I was mostly reading last week and most probably didn‘t get enough sleep. 5 hours a night during the work week and a bit more over the weekend. The children have flown the nest so that also gives more time. 3d
Aimeesue Aww, William! Two "no's" or "nots" mean yes! 3d
Andrew65 @Aimeesue Loved That Line And I fell in love with him and his reasoning! (edited) 3d
Crazeedi Wow, awesome Andrew, and I thought I did good reading 4! But I tend to read books that are chunky, so there's that I guess. You did great, congrats. 3d
EadieB Another great week of reading! 2d
Cinfhen Fabulous!! I see you knocked off a few from a series 😁🙌🏻 2d
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Made great progress on the Dalziel and Pascoe Series, Read 7 on the past month and 3 in the last week. 2d
Andrew65 @Crazeedi It has been a great week. @EadieB 2d
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Following @Ms_T ‘s great recommendation for this book I have started to listen to the book. I remember the tv series well but that was a LOT of years ago!

Ms_T I really, really, REALLY want you to love this 🤞🏻 3d
Andrew65 @Ms_T 😂 Me too. 3d
Amiable I loved this book when I read it years ago —I credit it with jumpstarting my lifelong interest in genealogy research! 3d
Andrew65 @Amiable Amazing the effect books can have. 3d
EadieB I remember watching the movie too! 2d
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EadieB Great quote! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Morgan Freeman does make some great quotes. 2d
EadieB @Andrew65 He's a great actor. I love watching his movies. 2d
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East of Desolation | Jack Higgins
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As I continue with my #CenturyReadingChallenge I am starting this book by Jack Higgins, a standalone, published in #1968
Still got 22 years to read before the end of the year, a.though close to finishing an audiobook which will take it down to 21. Determined to do this by the end of the year.
This book takes in Greenland fir anyone doing a countries challenge.

megnews I like the idea of a #CenturyReadingChallenge. Is it books published or set in the year? 3d
Andrew65 @megnews We‘ve been reading 1 book published every year over the past 100 years, from 1920 - 2019. Been great fun and got to some great books not read before. (edited) 3d
Scochrane26 This is a cool project. 3d
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Andrew65 @Scochrane26 I‘ve really enjoyed it and now completed 79 of the 100 years, finished one this morning. Enjoyed researching different books and authors from these years. @megnews 3d
Andrew65 If you want to check my books Read so far you can see them on this Librarything page. @megnews @Scochrane26 http://www.librarything.com/topic/303742 (edited) 3d
Scochrane26 @Andrew65 i knew there was one you should read from my birth yr, 1976, so I looked it up. If you haven‘t read it, A River runs Through It, would be a short & excellent book. 3d
Andrew65 @Scochrane26 Thanks for the recommendation, I will check it out. 😊 3d
EadieB I‘ve got many more to go and will continue through 2020. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB I‘ve really accelerated and improved my focus on these over the last month. You know me when I focus on something, amazing what you can achieve. Read 16 in the last 17 days to go from 64/100 to 80/100 and a quarter of my way through roots. 2d
EadieB @Andrew65 Oh my goodness! You are a real reading machine! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Now hoping to finish this year. 20 more to read in 44 days. (edited) 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Helps that a lot of the older ones tend to be shorter books. 2d
EadieB @Andrew65 That is very doable. I have at least chosen my Christmas reads to coincide with the century reads. 2d
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Where Eagles Dare | Alistair MacLean
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A true classic in the war fiction genre. This one certainly had plenty of twists sand people playing for the other side. Can see why this was made into a film, plenty of action and nerve tingling adventure. Glad to have finally read this one. Unbelievable it was published 52 years ago!

Crazeedi I really should read a few classics... 4d
EadieB Looks interesting! I rode in one of those gondolas in Vancouver BC. I think it was Grouse Mountain or some name like that! I‘ll have google and find out. 2d
Andrew65 Cab,e cars can be bad! And that‘s from inside them!😱😳 2d
Andrew65 @Crazeedi Not a great classics reader but have really enjoyed some I‘ve read this year. 2d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 I'm thinking I may tackle a couple next year! 2d
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Untitled | Unknown
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#Litsylearn @Alora
1. I live in the UK, I have three cats, I have been published in a book
2. Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith
3. Yes
4. Too Hot, hate being cold

Alora Thank you for reposting Andrew!! 💙💙 4d
Alora Ouhhh I‘m going to go with 3 cats is a lie?! 😻😻 4d
Andrew65 @Alora Well done, right first time. We have no pets as we do a lot of travelling. 4d
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Andrew65 @Alora You‘re welcome. 😊 (edited) 4d
Crazeedi Very cool that you've been published in a book!! 4d
Andrew65 @Crazeedi Unfortunately not very exciting, I wrote an article many years ago linked to work and that was published in a book on teaching data handling! 4d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 that's still awesome! My daughter has a couple chapters in several books published too, I think it's so neat and special, like you are Andrew! 4d
sharread You live in the UK! How cool. 👏 4d
Andrew65 @Crazeedi ❤️❤️❤️ Thanks, and a daughter to be proud of. 4d
Andrew65 @sharread Love how Litsy breaks down borders and boundaries and gives you the ability to communicate with people in other countries. (edited) 4d
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Reading Tracker | Amy Collins
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@Crazeedi I am the administrator for a Group on Librarything (Read It, Track It) where people set up their own threads to track their reading. The one on the right is my tracker. I and others also use this to track any challenges we are doing. You can also create threads to show books you are planning to read and then edit the post to show it has been read. Flexible to use however you want.


Crazeedi Thank you andrew, I haven't really used LT much, I will check this out , it may be the answer 4d
Andrew65 @Crazeedi Have a look at the different threads and see how people have done theirs differently. I only really use Librarything for the groups and for the Group Reads I Lead. You will notice my 2019 reading log is a bit behind. Need to update it. 😔 (edited) 4d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 will do!! 4d
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LibrarianRyan That‘s an interesting way to use LT. Looks cool. 4d
Andrew65 @LibrarianRyan Just thought it was a good way to keep a record of my yearly reading and any challenges I do. Amazing how often I refer back to my 2018 and 2017 reading logs etc. A number of us now use it for that and does occasionally lead to some discussion of books. (edited) 4d
EadieB Shame we can‘t track our books on Litsy. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Yes I agree. 2d
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The Sparrow: A Novel | Mary Doria Russell
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#SpaceCase #NamasteNovember
An interesting 2 book space story.

Cinfhen Really LOVED book one and happy I read book two 4d
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Similar feelings. 4d
Eggs Great choices! Cover Love 💗 4d
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Kdgordon88 The Sparrow is my favorite book to recommend. 4d
EadieB I‘ll have to try this book. I‘ve always been turned off by the science/space aspect. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB I wouldn‘t let that hold you back. 2d
Andrew65 @Kdgordon88 I can see why. 2d
Kdgordon88 @EadieB I was the same as SciFi usually isn‘t my thing but it is so good. You won‘t regret it. 2d
EadieB @Kdgordon88 Thanks! I will definitely consider looking into it based upon your suggestion. (edited) 2d
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The Black Ice | Michael Connelly
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The borderline and crossing the borderline is a strong element in this book, and has Bosch crossing the borderline into Mexico. #Movember #Borderline

Cinfhen I think Mexico/US dispute has really trickled down into fiction. 4d
EadieB This is a very early Bosch book, I believe. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Book 2. 2d
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Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!

#Fast #QuotsyNov19

EadieB I always liked Ali. He was so eloquent for a prize fighter! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Me too, streets ahead of the others in so many ways. (edited) 2d
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Nevernight | Jay Kristoff
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MayJasper 😕 5d
Rissreads Love this! 4d
Andrew65 @Rissreads Certainly different to the many other blood thirsty names given. 4d
EadieB Funny name for a blade! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Doesn‘t sound particularly lethal. 2d
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Sarum: The Novel of England | Edward Rutherfurd
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Shortest : Freaks by Tess Gerritsen 38 Pages
Longest : Sarum by Edward Rutherford 1344 Pages
Oldest : Just William by Richmal Crompton : 1922 (current Read)
Newest : The Infirmary by L J Ross 2019

ljuliel Good answers ! You‘ve got a nice variety there. 5d
Andrew65 @ljuliel Sums up my eclectic reading tastes! 5d
EadieB That sure is a mix of genres! 2d
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The Lovely Bones | Alice Sebold
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#Childmcs #NamasteNovember
A great, but sad book. 😢

NeedsMoreBooks This book is so tragic and yet beautiful 5d
ljuliel I thought the idea for this was so clever, telling it from that vantage point. 5d
LiteraryinLititz Read this a long time ago and thought it was really well crafted. 5d
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Eggs Yes I agree, and a perfect choice for this prompt 5d
RachelAmphlett Isn‘t it? I read this a few years ago and it‘ll stay with me for.l a long time yet. 5d
Reviewsbylola I loved this one so much. 5d
EadieB This was an unforgettable read! 2d
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The Girl in the Ice | Robert Bryndza
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Another series for you @Cinfhen Great to see another series with a main character who is a female detective, really enjoyed this one. Detective Erika Foster Series

#Frozen #Movember

RachelAmphlett Robert‘s a fantastic storyteller - I‘m so glad you‘ve discovered his books! 5d
Cinfhen I‘ve seen this book featured on BookDepository ~ im always tempted 4d
Andrew65 @RachelAmphlett @Cinfhen It is a good read. 4d
EadieB Yes, I enjoyed this one too. 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB Really need to pick up the series again. 2d
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A Mersey Killing | Brian Porter
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@TrishB Have you ever heard of or read this book that is set in Liverpool in the 1960s? Currently free on Amazon and got a rating of 4.05. No posts about it on Litsy.

Another series for you @Cinfhen And is the first book in the series.

TrishB Not heard of before- but have downloaded this one now 👍🏻 5d
Andrew65 @TrishB I thought with it set in Liverpool you might be interested and who can argue with free! I‘ve downloaded it too. 5d
TrishB We‘ll get to it at some point! 5d
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Andrew65 @TrishB Yes 😂 5d
EadieB @Andrew65 Never heard of this author. 5d
Velvetfur Oohh I'm interested in this too since it's my city as well 😁 5d
Andrew65 @Velvetfur Perfect then, and as the book is free what is to lose! 5d
Andrew65 @EadieB Me either. Is it free in the US or only the UK? 5d
EadieB @Andrew65 Yes Free in the US too! 5d
Andrew65 @EadieB That‘s good! 5d
EadieB @Andrew65 I got this book from my swap site:
Author: Brian L Porter
Hidden in the shadows of Glastonbury Tor lies an ancient secret. Hired by millionaire Malcolm Capshaw to search for a fabled artifact, Joe Cutler and his team from Strata Survey Systems are drawn into a web of lies, murder and betrayal. — The artifact is revealed to be bogus, and the real purpose of their search is slowly exposed. A menacing presence, in the form of
EadieB an old London crime family, displays an unusual interest in the events in the ancient town where Christianity laid its roots in England.

There, aided by the enigmatic professor Lucius Doberman, Joe and his team must solve the mystery of Glastonbury before the sinister historian Walter Graves makes the discovery that could cost him and the whole team their lives.

A mind-bending mystery for fans of The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons
Andrew65 @EadieB Sounds very promising. 3.81 rating. 5d
Velvetfur @Andrew65 Woohoo! Thank you for the heads up about it being free 👍😊 x 5d
Cinfhen #SeriesSquad 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 4d
gradcat Checking it out. Thanks for the tag, @Andrew65 ! 4d
gradcat Hey @Andrew65 ... I just get it for free! Thanks very much for the tip! 4d
Andrew65 @gradcat Who can turn down a free book with a good rating in a genre we love! 4d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 thanks Andrew, I'm going to see if I can get it too ! 4d
Crazeedi @EadieB the book you describe here sounds really good!! 4d
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Grapes of Wrath | John Steinbeck
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I loved Grapes Of Wrath and was amazed to find out it had been banned and burnt! What is wrong with people!

‘In August 1939, by a vote of 4 to 1, the board approved a resolution banning The Grapes of Wrath from county libraries and schools‘


#BannedBooks #GratefulReads

ljuliel In the first place, the book was very good ✨. I wasn‘t alive during those years, but I highly doubt it was a matter of missing one paycheck so you couldn‘t buy Cheetos and Budweiser that pay. It was probably a horrible , long, rough time to get through. Would I cuss ? Yep . I wouldn‘t skip down the road singing like Mary Poppins. I read it long ago, and the main thing that stuck with me was the freaky weird ending with Rose of Sharon...Odd. 5d
Andrew65 @ljuliel Read it so long ago that i‘ve forgotten the ending. Possibly 30 years ago. 😳 5d
ljuliel Yea, it‘s been pretty long here too. The ending sorta stuck with me all this time. I get why he wrote it, I think. It was just a bit 😯😮😲😳 5d
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Wow!!! I didn‘t know that!!! 5d
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Shocking and what is about burning books! I just return mine to the library! 😂 @ljuliel 5d
Lcsmcat And now it‘s required reading in many high schools. 5d
Andrew65 @Lcsmcat How tones change. I also love this one which I think is used in schools too. 5d
OriginalCyn620 I don‘t think I ever knew this one was banned! 5d
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Amazing what books were banned. 5d
Tamra What? Why?? 5d
Andrew65 @Tamra I know, totally crazy! 4d
Tamra Thanks for posting the article! 4d
EadieB Imagine banning Grapes of Wrath. Crazy! 2d
Andrew65 @EadieB 😮😡 (edited) 2d
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Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier, Dame
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Today‘s Question

Which book when you finally read it, after it sitting on your TBR for years, did you say to yourself I wish I‘d read this sooner!

#WhyDidIWait #KeepLitsyActive

Andrew65 For me it would be Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier which I Read last weekend and struggled to put it down (edited) 6d
Kimberlone My sister gave me this book for Christmas a few years ago and it took me awhile to get to it, but I was so angry with myself that I waited so long to read it because now it‘s one of my favorites 6d
Andrew65 @Kimberlone I‘ve not read this so stacked it. Thanks for posting. 6d
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MrsMalaprop Someone in my book club chose Rebecca a few years ago. I loved it 😍. 6d
Andrew65 @MrsMalaprop I was blown away by it. 6d
Ms_T Mine was Roots by Alex Haley. I had the book years ago but never read it. I recently downloaded the audiobook and it blew me away. I don‘t think another book will surpass it. (I‘m glad you enjoyed Rebecca, I loved it!) 6d
Andrew65 @Ms_T I remember seeing the tv series but never read it. I obviously need to remedy that! 6d
Ms_T @Andrew65 You won‘t be disappointed! 6d
Andrew65 @Ms_T Will use my audible credits. 6d
Scochrane26 Rebecca is one of those for me, too. I‘m sure there‘s more, but one series I was late to is Harry Potter. Fortunately, I got into it after the 5th book, so I was able to experience some of the crazy midnight showings & excitement about book releases. My friends had read the series much earlier. 6d
Andrew65 @Scochrane26 This could be the case for a few people, I‘ve on,y read them this year! all 7 of them. 6d
Lcsmcat I was pleasantly surprised by 6d
Andrew65 @Lcsmcat That‘s an interesting one. (edited) 6d
CoverToCoverGirl Just checked my TBR shelves.. sadly I don‘t have a physical copy of this book so I‘ll have to remedy that! 6d
EadieB War and Peace and Far From The Madding Crowd are books I should have read sooner. (edited) 6d
CoverToCoverGirl This one was on my shelf for years and I just recently read it 6d
Andrew65 @CoverToCoverGirl Another book I need to read! 6d
Andrew65 @EadieB Another couple of classics! 6d
EadieB @Andrew65 After reading 240 of the 1001 books on the list, I can honestly say that most of them are very good books. Rebecca is on the list too! 6d
OriginalCyn620 Frankenstein and Water For Elephants! 6d
CaroPi I really wish I read it before... 6d
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Loved Water for Elephants. 6d
Andrew65 @CaroPi Not Read It. 6d
Andrew65 @Kaila-ann This is one I keep meaning to read. 6d
Andrew65 @EadieB That‘s a lot. 6d
Kaila-ann @Andrew65 you definitely should, it was so good. 6d
Blaire I wish o had read this one as a kid. I loved it as a grown-up. 6d
Blaire @Andrew65 station eleven is a favorite of the last several years. 6d
Blaire @Ms_T I‘ve had my dad‘s copy of this for years and really need to read it. A 2020 goal. 6d
CrowCAH The Lunar Chronicle books; soo glad I read all four! 5d
Cinfhen The book I just finished today!!!! Sooooooo good 5d
Ms_T @Blaire I urge you to read it, it‘s so good 😊 5d
Kimberlone @Andrew65 it‘s sooo good. Hope you like it! 5d
CarolynM Thanks for the tag 🙂 My most recent read that qualifies is 5d
Crazeedi I don't have an answer for this🙄 I guess I'll let you know when I read one that has been waiting a while! Sorry! 5d
Andrew65 @CarolynM I‘ve added this to my list. I really do need to read some Graham Greene. (edited) 5d
Andrew65 @Kimberlone I‘m sure I will. 5d
Andrew65 @Ms_T I‘ve downloaded the book and hope to get to it soon. 5d
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Not heard of this one but on your recommendation have added it to my list. 5d
Ms_T @Andrew65 Oh, I‘m excited for you! If you remember, please tag me in when you post about it 👍🏻 5d
Andrew65 @Ms_T I will definitely remember and will do so. Thanks for the recommendation. 5d
Rissreads I loved this book!!! ❤ 4d
Rissreads @Kimberlone Station 11 is one of my all time favourites 🧡 4d
Rissreads @CoverToCoverGirl I re read Wuthering heights this year and adored it! 4d
cmastfalk Rebecca is a favorite! 4d
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Human Croquet | Kate Atkinson
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I own a copy of this Kate Atkinson book, and really do need to read it. #HumanNature #Movember

Cinfhen Do you know about the BIG buddy read I‘m cohosting with @BarbaraBB ??? We‘re reading Case Histories January 10-12.....join us!!!! #BelowZer00s 5d
Andrew65 Thanks for this, I wasn‘t aware. You know me and Series, are you going to then continue with the Series? 5d
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#FavoriteBookToMovieAdaptation just has to be Lord of the Rings and especially the last film, never tire of watching it! #GratefulReads

AmyG Definitely a favorite! 6d
JazzFeathers 👏👏👏😀😆 6d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🎥🖤🎊 6d
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚😊 6d
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Freddie Mercury | David Evans, Peter Freestone
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The late great, and very missed, Freddie Mercury. ❣️
#QuotsyNov19 #Money

MayJasper Too sad to think about. Dear Freddie. 6d
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Finished book 5 of the Dalziel and Pascoe Series, and so moved straight onto book 6.

A Pinch of Snuff | Reginald Hill
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Another good read in the Dalziel and Pascoe Series, although this one seemed more focused on Pascoe and had less of Dalziel. I prefer it when both of them are in it, Dalziel is such a dinosaur of a character and adds a lot to the series. Reginald Hill had some great phrasing and some great one liner sentences in this book. Recommend this series, and looking forward to continuing it.

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Reposted for @MrBook
Time for the bookish discussion question of the day 😁👏🏻👏🏻! Here it is: Which thematic suggestions do you recommend?! (As broad or niche as you want.)

I don‘t know if this already happens on Litsy, but I‘m thinking of putting together a loose-knit thematic book club here for 2020. We pick our own title for that month‘s theme, theme examples: Victorian; Book Over 500 Pages; Pulitzer Prize Winner; Magical Realms.

Andrew65 Offer suggestions here in the comments. I‘ll add them all to a bucket and randomly pull out 12, and each pick will be one month‘s theme. Make them as vague, specific, boring, or zany as you want, lol, that‘s part of the fun!

Please share with others so we can get as many suggestions from as many amazing Littens‘ minds as possible. 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
OriginalCyn620 Off the top of my head: banned books, around the world, page to screen, title words (examples would be the title has to include an animal, a color, a number, etc). Can‘t wait to see other ideas! 7d
Crazeedi Set in a certain country(pick what country), first book by an author, a certain color cover(pick the color), book written by a two or more authors, 7d
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Crazeedi Author born after 1950, or born before 1950, book set in a certain century or era, 7d
rubyslippersreads @andrew65 @MrBook Narrated by an animal; fiction or NF about old Hollywood; fiction/NF about the same subject (an example might be a Philippa Gregory book about a historical royal paired with a biography of that same royal); a book in a genre you swore you‘d never read; the first book you see in your feed when you open Litsy; your very favorite book. 6d
Andrew65 Books set in different countries or continents, books written by authors from different countries or continents, books with lead female detective, book from a new author, first book by an author, books by a particular author, books with a beautiful cover, books that should have won an award, favourite book or author, books published in a particular year or decade. 6d
EadieB @Andrew65 I think for next year the theme should be - Books set in Nordic countries - that way we are all set! 6d
Andrew65 @EadieB Yes great idea! Or new authors or first book in a series, or books set in Europe. 😂 6d
TheBookHippie Lol I posted on Mr Book not here but I do love the idea!!!! 5d
Andrew65 Some good responses here @MrBook 5d
gradcat @Andrew65 Please let me know if you decide to do this. I would be very interested...it sounds like something I would better be able to handle than other challenges. I‘d be all in with you if you do it! 4d
gradcat @MrBook Oh, I got confused! See above message to @Andrew65 and consider it addressed to you, too. Plus, I love Andrew‘s ideas, and of course, I‘m definitely committed to @EadieB #NordicNoir ♥️♥️♥️👍👍👍 4d
Andrew65 @gradcat I‘m sure I‘ll be joining @MrBook on this great venture. I feel sorry for Jason trying to narrow down all the suggestions. 😂 4d
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Love this series set in Edinburgh. #LikeAPrayer #Movember

Cinfhen Ahhhh!! I should have known you‘d find a book from a series 🙏🏼 6d
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Always 😂 And one I‘m reading. Read the first 7 of these sand currently 9 published. 6d
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Health Forensics | Steven Magee
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A Pinch of Snuff | Reginald Hill
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Starting book 5 in the Dalziel and Pascoe Series. Doing this by audiobook, read by Colin Buchanan who played Pascoe in the tv series from the 1990s.

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A short story in the Maeve Kerrigan Series. Not usually a fan of #AShortStory but enjoy them if some of my favourite characters are in them. #GratefulReads

OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚😊 1w
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The Martian | Weir, Andy
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A great book about space travel and problem solving in the #future. Loved it! 😍❤️❣️ #Movember

TheSpineView It was great! One of the few times I thought the movie came close to being as good as the book. 1w
Andrew65 @TheSpineView Not seen the film but blown away by the book. 1w
AlaMich Great book and fun movie! 1w
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TheSpineView @Andrew65 If you liked the book I suspect you will like the movie. 1w
OriginalCyn620 I loved both the book and movie! 1w
Cinfhen Great pick!! Matt Damon was so good!! Loved the humor 1w
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My Favourite Authors | Thomas Costley
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Here today‘s discussion prompt posted by @ljuliel Please feel free to contribute and repost.

Today‘s Question :

Can you name an author that‘s an immediate purchase when they release a new book, plus you‘ve read every other book they‘ve written already ?

#KeepLitsyActive. @ljuliel

ljuliel @andrew65 ♥️ 1w
Andrew65 Jane Casey, Peter James (Roy Grace Series), Peter Robinson, Chris Kuzneski, L J Sellers (Wade Jackson Series), Linwood Barclay, Harlan Coben, Fiona Barton, James Becker, James Twining, Ann Cleeves , Peter May, James Rollins, David Baldacci, Sharon Kay Penman, Ken Follett to name but a few! 1w
Andrew65 @ljuliel 👍😊 1w
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Butterfinger Rita Sepetys, Cassandra Clare, and Marie Lu 1w
Andrew65 @Butterfinger Will have to check out Rita Sepetys, I don‘t know her. Or Marie Lu. (edited) 1w
wanderinglynn Neil Gaiman, Patrick Rothfuss, Darynda Jones, Charlaine Harris, Kevin Hearne, Patricia Briggs, Ilona Andrews, Sarah Addison Allen 1w
Lizpixie Oh god yes. Karin Slaughter, Tess Gerritsen, Elizabeth George, Kerry Greenwood, Kathy Reichs, Peter Robinson, Ann Cleeves, Kate Morton, Linda Fairstein, Martha Wells, Leigh Bardugo, Laurell.K.Hamilton(yeah I know), Erin Morgenstern, Jay Kristoff, George.R.R.Martin, Stephen King, Nicola Upson etc. 1w
Soubhiville Yep! I‘d be surprised if there are any Littens out there who would say no! Mine are Jacquiline Carey, Patrick Rothfuss, and Chris Bohjalian. There are a couple others who are auto buys but I haven‘t read all of their back lists. @ChrisBohjalian 1w
Andrew65 @Soubhiville How did I forget Patrick Rothfuss! Can‘t wait for August 2020 and the new book in the Kingkiller Chronicles! The Doors of Stone. @wanderinglynn (edited) 1w
Andrew65 @Lizpixie A lot of similar tastes! 1w
TheBookHippie Jason Reynolds, Jaqueline Woodson, my best bibliophile friend and I have read every Danielle Steel book she‘s written til now ...so we keep buying ! 🤣 otherwise it‘s collecting copies of favorites 1w
Cinfhen Daniel Silva!!!! I‘ll read EVERY Gabriel Allon novel!!!!!! I think the series is almost at book 20 1w
EadieB Peter May, Elly Griffiths,Adrian McKinty, Jane casey, Robert Goddard, Peter Robinson, Ian Rankin, Harlan Coben, Linwood Barclay, Ken Follett, Ann Cleeves, James Rollins, Karin Slaughter, Robert Harris. (edited) 1w
Andrew65 @EadieB How did I forget Robert Goddard! 😔 1w
EadieB @Andrew65 Also Robert Harris! 1w
OriginalCyn620 I think Liane Moriarty is the only auto buy whose entire backlist I‘ve read. I still haven‘t read Nine Perfect Strangers though. Megan Miranda is one who is also making my auto buy list, as well as Karen M. McManus. 1w
Andrew65 @EadieB I must be ill today! 😂 1w
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 I was a bit disappointed with Nine Perfect Strangers. 1w
CaroPi Well I will not see new books but my goal is to own all the books from Roald Dahl 1w
TrishB Soooo many! Stephen King, Sharon Penman, Elizabeth Chadwick, Karin Slaughter, Mark Lawrence, Lisa Gardner, Karen Rose, Peter James, tired brain can‘t think of anymore at the moment! 1w
wordslinger42 Terry Brooks! 1w
Crazeedi @Andrew65 I've read two of Sepetys book, shes excellent this one most recently , I learned of her from litsy of course! 1w
Crazeedi Harris is excellent, I look for Donna Leon, Lucinda Riley, Elly Griffiths , Louise Penny, more that I cant think f right now 1w
Andrew65 @Crazeedi My library has this one and @Butterfinger (edited) 1w
Andrew65 @Crazeedi Enjoy most of these and love Lucinda Riley. 1w
Crazeedi @Andrew65 haven't read that one but this one is excellent too, I want to read the one you mentioned 1w
Crazeedi @Andrew65 I'm waiting for the next sister!! 1w
Crazeedi I know there are other authors I love, but I've also found so many new ones on here! Oh, Martin Walker is still writing Bruno series I think 1w
Andrew65 @Crazeedi The Sun Sister was Published on Halloween in the U.K. 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks for the tag Andrew! 1w
Andrew65 @TrishB A great list! 7d
gradcat @Andrew65 Yup, yup & yup! All of Elizabeth George (too numerous to list), + all of Martha Grimes (ditto), + all of the Jackson Brodie series by Kate Atkinson, of which I just bought the latest not too long ago... 7d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 no!!!! I didnt know!! Thanks I'll look to see if its here!! 7d
Crazeedi @Andrew65 just checked, and it's not on any of the library sites I borrow my ebooks from. Amazon has for regular price, coming from UK, so I guess I'll check maybe in a while to see if price drops 6d
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Rebecca | Daphne Du Maurier, Dame
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I‘ve found a new favourite book! Why didn‘t I read this book many years ago, a really special book that surprised me at so many points in the book. If you haven‘t read it I fully recommend it to you. Mrs Danvers is quite some character - what a horrible woman. Couldn‘t put this down and just read on and on and on. Just regret having finished it so quickly. Off to find more books by Daphne Du Maurier. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️❤️

Kaila-ann I have a copy of this, should probably bump this up at some point. 1w
umbrellagirl Try Jamaica Inn next 🙂 1w
Andrew65 @Kaila-ann Most definitely! 1w
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Andrew65 @umbrellagirl Thanks, I have visited Jamaica Inn in Cornwall so is one I do want to read. https://www.jamaicainn.co.uk (edited) 1w
EadieB @Andrew65 Another favorite is (edited) 1w
umbrellagirl @EadieB ooo that‘s another good one 👍🏻 1w
EadieB @umbrellagirl Have you read it? 1w
ImperfectCJ This reminds me that I need to read more du Maurier. I've read The Parasites and a collection of her short stories, including "The Birds" upon which the Alfred Hitchcock movie was based, and loved both. 1w
rwmg Can I recommend 1w
jillrhudy A favorite! I've also read The Parasites, The House on the Strand, and My Cousin Rachel mentioned above plus some of her short stories. I own Frenchman's Creek but haven't read it yet. 1w
Lizpixie I‘m another that hasn‘t read it yet. I do have a beautiful anniversary edition of it, just haven‘t picked it up to read. I need to fix that! 1w
ljuliel That‘s the EXACT same thing I said when I read it : why didn‘t you read this sooner ? It is so good. Another favorite that‘s almost as good is My Cousin Rachel. Sometimes I think they‘d be tied for equally good. 1w
youneverarrived It‘s such a memorable book 💙 1w
Andrew65 Thanks everyone, now got a short list of recommended books by her to read next. 😊👍 @umbrellagirl @EadieB @ImperfectCJ @rwmg @jillrhudy @ljuliel 1w
EadieB @Andrew65 I have collected almost all of her books but only read a few. 1w
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BOOKSHOPS | Jorge Carrion
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Reposted for @ljuliel for the daily discussion prompt.

Today‘s Prompt

When searching for a new book , out of the list below, which are most influential ?

1. Cover
2 Author
3 Title
4 Length
5 .Price
6. Reviews

#KeepLitsyActive. #bookshopping. @ljuliel

Andrew65 For me it would be my favourite authors, recommendations/ reviews from friends on Litsy and Librarything, and covers of books. (edited) 1w
EadieB For me it would be; author, recommendation and reviews. 1w
Andrew65 @EadieB Very similar! 1w
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EadieB @Andrew65 I like nice covers but if I like the author, recommendation and reviews, then the cover would not sway me to not read the book. 1w
Andrew65 @EadieB Cover would only encourage me to read a book for an author I don‘t know. 1w
DrexEdit For authors I know: reviews. For authors I don't know: covers then reviews. I'm including Litsy and goodreads in that reviews category so that might sort of include recommendations also. 1w
Karkar Author if I know their previous work or cover then review if I have never heard of the author. 1w
juls29 This can really depend for me. If I‘m just walking into a bookstore with no expectations the cover and title would do it for me, but if I‘m feeling a certain genre or just read and loved a good series I would definitely look at author and reviews! 1w
Rachel_Anne789 It would be author, recommendations/reviews, then the cover. 1w
Crazeedi @Andrew65 I'm the same as you, favorite author, recommended by friend or family, cover 1w
OriginalCyn620 If it‘s an author I‘m not familiar with, then cover and title are very influential. If it‘s an author I already know and love, then those things aren‘t quite as important. But length is always a factor too. I pay little attention to reviews, but if a friend recs a book, I‘ll read it! 1w
Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 I only pay attention to reviews written by someone I know and trust on Litsy, Librarything or Goodreads. (edited) 1w
OriginalCyn620 @Andrew65 I do trust reviews by Littens more than anywhere else! 1w
LA_Mead For me it‘s a mix of cover and author... 1w
Cinfhen Good question!!!! if I know the author than trusted reviews if it‘s an impulse decision cover and price. Length is sometimes a deterrent #PageCountPhobia 1w
Lizpixie I‘m a total #coverlove reader, but author is also a big influence. 1w
gradcat I have to admit that I‘m easy prey for a beautiful book cover...shows you what kind of (shallow 😂) person I am, right? But I do have favorite authors to whom I am extremely loyal, and thus will read any and everything they publish, in order! 😁 Oh, and I should add: If I want to know about a new book just/coming out, I ALWAYS check here first to get a general opinion. 📖😊👍 (edited) 1w
ljuliel Thanks for the repost , Andrew. 1w
Andrew65 @gradcat Me too! Very cover driven and especially covers similar to some of my favourite books or genres. 1w
Andrew65 @ljuliel 😊👍 1w
gradcat @Andrew65 I know we have a lot in common...even the gastro problems, unfortunately...how are you doing with that, by the way? 7d
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Rebecca | Dame Daphne Du Maurier
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Just one thing to say, that Mrs Danvers. Boo hiss. 👎😡🤯👿

Cathythoughts No , we don‘t like her ! 1w
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Readathon: Occasional List : Geleentheidslys | Gauteng (South Africa). Education Media Service
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Passed 24 hours on the #MrBook1inaMillion #24B4Monday Readathon when I wasn‘t looking, and that‘s will 2 1/2 hours still to go. Thanks everyone for your support in this and your involvement all weekend. Superstars every one of you! 😍🥳🍾🥂👍❣️💖 #LitsyPartyofOne
1380 Pages Read, 3 Books Finished.

Mollyanna Woohoo! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1w
Andrew65 @Mollyanna Thanks 😊 1w
Jerdencon 👏🏻👏🏻🎉🎉 1w
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Emilymdxn That‘s incredible well done! 1w
TheSpineView Great job!👍 1w
Linsy Nice job!! 1w
LibrarianRyan Yeahhh 1w
BethM 🎉🎉🎉🎉 1w
CoverToCoverGirl Fantastic! 🎉🎉 1w
Lizpixie Congratulations!🎉🎉🎉🎉 (edited) 1w
Jas16 🙌🏽 1w
MrBook Wow!!! You are an inspiration 🤩🤩🤩! Thank you for your aid this weekend! 🤗 1w
Chili 👏👍🎉🎊🎈 1w
Andrew65 @MrBook Thanks, and anytime. It has been my pleasure! At this rate you‘ll quickly be clocking up 2 million. Puts my 215,000 in the shade. 1w
Eggbeater 👏👏🎉👏Nice job! 1w
MrBook You‘ll get here. 😎🙌🏻 1w
Daisey Congratulations! 🎉 That‘s especially impressive with all the commenting and encouragement here as well. 1w
EadieB Yeah! You made it to 24! 1w
rwmg Well done 👏 1w
wordslinger42 That's awesome!!! 🥳 1w
Crazeedi Hey ther, fantastic job Andrew!!👏🎉❤ 1w
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The Secret Life of Bees | Sue Monk Kidd
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ljuliel Thanks , Andrew. You found some good ones ! 1w
Andrew65 @ljuliel A good range! 1w
OriginalCyn620 Awesome picks! 1w
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Andrew65 @OriginalCyn620 Thanks, tried to focus on books I‘d read. 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great choices!! I feel that Litsy is growing and thriving!! 💛💛💛 1w
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So Do I. Still my favourite place to be. 1w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Andrew65 mine too!!! So many wonderful friends here!! 1w
Andrew65 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks That‘s certainly how I feel. 1w
Crazeedi @Andrew65 excellent choices!!! 1w
Cinfhen Quiche of death has a great cover and title!!! 1w
Andrew65 @Cinfhen Definitely, great play on words. 1w
gradcat Okay, how early should I get on to do this? I can‘t figure out the days for each book prompt...you know I‘m kind of slow 😂😂😂 1w
Andrew65 I‘ll keep tagging you in on each day‘s prompt. 😊 1w
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Today‘s Prompt for @ljuliel :

Any book with food on the cover. It can be nonfiction or fiction .

#keeplitsyactive. #foodonthecover

What are your nominations?

ljuliel Thanks Andrew ! 1w
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