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Rachel Spohn Oct 25
First snowy day of the year calls for homemade orange rolls and reading in bed. Next up is by Maggie O’Farrell.
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Nick Oct 22
Do not read in public - it’s impossible not to cry
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Harry Oxford Oct 25
Wishing all my Friends a Magnificent, Marvellous MoonBear, Mighty🐋 Munchkin of a Merry🥳 Motivating Monday! to 1592. closes theatres! , & Bear 🐻 Mummer in Trouble! their …… ✍️
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Harry Oxford Oct 21
Wishing my Friends a Thrilling🥳Thoughtful Thursday! to 1592 shuts . READ FREE on and his 🐻 in from bear-baiting ! ……✍️
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Harry Oxford Oct 25
dropped my heavy chain were barking and people started shouting at me in the . I blindly put my paw out and heard the tearing of . It was a lady’s . She screamed, so I ran, knocking over many stalls in my panic. ✍️
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Pam Oct 25
Totally with regarding being one of the best books ever written on love and grief. >
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Maria Omena Oct 24
Maggie O’Farrell’s writing in is just absolutely stunning. 📖
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Harry Oxford Oct 22
Another Happy Reader🥳 -Max Markson Australia's "PR agent to the Stars!" to 1592 with & his Bear in from , 🐻Baiting and in by ✍️
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Tina Baker Oct 21
Replying to @TinaBakerBooks
‘The playhouses are all shut, by order of the Queen, and no one is allowed to gather in public.’ Shakespeare survived the plague. So did theatres. We shall rise up.
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Harry Oxford Oct 18
"I have lived through and alarums, times of desperate and sweet ,in this powerful, fragile land of . This realm was perilous for but I loved & was loved by the family"
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hassantl 17h
I've been reading and the most I can do is read a few pages every day. Try as I might I can't read more. It's not as if it's dense prose, it's just ... not captivating. Anyone else felt the same? Maybe it'll pick up later? I hope so.
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Kathleen Mac Mahon Oct 23
Replying to @KathleenMacM
Now, wait for this... I've just remembered I have an unopened jigsaw I bought a few weeks back of Shakespeare's world. It's shaping up to be quite the weekend .
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Harry Oxford Oct 24
I listen to this my head deep in a bucket of water, from which I drink. I heard that name again . Doth not know that she may want me baited, and may order Hamnet to do so, or Mr. , would he disobey an order from Queen Elizabeth?
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Harry Oxford Oct 21
is original IS FREE TO READ on KINDLE Unlimited back to 1592 and hang out with and Family
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Kathleen Mac Mahon Oct 22
I've just started by Maggie O'Farrell, and the long days ahead that have at times seemed daunting now couldn't be long enough. This is what a book can do.
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KayJanes Oct 19
A letter to Shakespeare . . .
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Vanessa Raileanu Oct 24
Well deserving of the women’s prize for fiction award. An imaginative narrative of how the play Hamlet came to to be.👌🏼❤️ I want to say one of the best books I’ve read in a long time but I said that in my last tweet.
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Tina Baker Oct 21
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Hachette India Oct 24
TWO EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE. A LOVE THAT DRAWS THEM TOGETHER. A LOSS THAT THREATENS TO TEAR THEM APART. Read , by here:
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Michael Oct 19
I was waiting for a friend last Sunday and decided to whittle away the time in Waterstones. , by Maggie O’Farrell immediately jumped out. A tragic story, impeccably written.
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