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Sayantan Ghosh Jan 13
Done with Sally Rooney's and it's left the centre of my being with a void which perhaps only 'Conversations with Friends' will be able to fill.
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Ema Provic 6h
my favourite quote from @sallyrooneys is "All these years they’ve been like two little plants sharing the same plot of soil, growing around one another, contorting to make room, taking certain unlikely positions”. Simply beautiful and totally accurate.
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Neil Appleby Jan 18
57 pages into and suddenly feeling 38 years younger, I’m figuring whether to consume it greedily or make it last
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Ash Jan 11
Replying to @DiscoveryID
Shouldnt this be normal behavior?? It’s crazy to me people think this is so unbelievable that she did this!!! Sorry but where I come from we would all do this! Not a second thought! 🤦🏻‍♀️
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C. R.  Myers 5h
RT : look away." The intimacy of this. So many lines and passages in this book ripple through me.
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Bookish Mademoiselle 9h
has left me wrung out, so many behaviours I recognise from my younger self, so much frustration and hurt but, still could not put the book down. Such an accurate portrayal, so beautifully written.
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Catherine Phillips 5h
Replying to @sallyrooney
.. be real: foreign cities are real, and famous artworks, and underground railway systems, and remnants of the Berlin Wall. That's money, the substance that makes the world real. There's something so corrupt and sexy about it."
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Sarah Vaughan 22h
Replying to @NJCooper_crime
Thanks for the shoutout! Marianne's Trinity, in , reminded me of the Libertine's Oxford in . I could imagine her hideous boyfriend being part of it.
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Emma Jan 16
Almost finished by in just a week. This is quick for me. Enjoying the Dublin references after only living here for the last 6 months myself 📚
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scot edwards 5h
Totally agree mate
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Itsqmrl Jan 17
sometimes we didnt know that we hurt people feelings..so im sorry if sometimes i hurt your feelings..because im human too✨
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Sarah Muschamp 16h
Just finished this book in a record time (for me). So good! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Sakshi Samtani Jan 15
by is brilliant. Just how you take small bites of food to savour the exquisite taste of it, I have been reading this story and intentionally putting it down to appreciate how truly well written it is. A feast for the mind, you could say.
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Andrew West Jan 13
"...snow keeps falling, like a ceaseless repetition of the same infinitessimally small mistake."
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EileenMcCB Jan 18
Book 2. Very well observed. Made me feel sad though.
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My Story Jan 14
Sian Bates : book seller putting sign in window re availability of ? Costa awards : best novel category? Time to download free Lifestyle App : My Story & start spouting your masterpiece & shelve it in Cyberspace for ever 🌟👏🏼💫👍😊
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Louise Casey Jan 18
book club Castlemartyr - called reading between the wines. We would love to do the book review 😀
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Liv J Hooper Jan 15
Why am I torturing myself by re-reading ? Because it is brilliant & the evocation of any pain in me is it’s brilliance & power I guess I dunno 🤷🏼‍♀️
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🌟Nóirín🌟 Jan 19
hope that Connell and Marianne are keeping well from another Trinity Graduate 👩‍🎓 🥰👨‍🏫
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Deirdre McCarthy Jan 15
Started reading by at 4.30pm and it is now 2:25am. I’ve finished reading it, I’m sitting in the dark and crying. What a journey
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