I read this book a couple months ago for book club, but due to scheduling issues I didn’t get a chance to talk about it with them until just a couple weeks ago. 427 more words
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Erynn Loves Books
If you’re subscribed to or follow my blog at all, you may have noticed that I have been posting irregularly since I started this blog and have not posted for quite a few days now. 417 more words
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This book, which blew me away like nothing I have read for so long, is the perfect premise; the story of a marriage seen from both sides. 257 more words
2 weeks ago
First Sentence: A thick drizzle from the sky, like a curtain’s sudden sweeping.
Back of the book:
Every story has two sides.
Every relationship has two perspectives. 107 more words
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The story of women is the story of love, of foundering into another. A slight deviation: longing to founder and being unable to. Being left alone in the foundering, and taking things into one’s own hands: rat poison, the wheels of a Russian train.
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Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Can I just say something about modern book covers before diving into this review? 515 more words
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This is the third and final installment of “Mature Fangirling at Literary Sojourn,” in which I summarize the true-life experiences – some embarrassing, some inspiring – of other best-selling authors featured at this event. 1,138 more words
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