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lacywarner 7h
Replying to @jessesposato
I hated !! I thought it was basically YA!
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teapotdynamo 5h
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I’m so relieved Goodreads is full of people who actually, you know, *like* books, instead of Twitter, where people just post envious, snarky takedowns of successful writers.
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Hanna Tatschl 14h
Late to the party but just finished by and couldn't put it down. Extremely engaging & poignant writing. I was Connell in many ways in college 👍🏽
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mema 8h
Just finished this fantastic book- that was my favorite line well done @sallyrooney
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B&N Alpharetta 10h
I have finished . Please respect my privacy in this difficult time.
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Betsy Gleick Apr 21
Finding this book so painful to read that I have to put it down after each chapter and read something else.
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Jesse Sposato Apr 21
Of all the favorite lines from 's (and there are, really, so many), this may be No. 1: "It feels intellectually unserious to concern himself with fictional people marrying one another. But there it is: literature moves him."
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Jess McLean Apr 17
“cruelty does not only hurt the victim, but the perpetrator also, and maybe more deeply and more permanently. You learn nothing very profound about yourself simply by being bullied; but by bullying someone else you learn something you can never forget”
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Faber & Faber Apr 16
Sally Rooney strips the novel for parts
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Irish Arts Center Apr 16
Replying to @IrishArtsCenter
"Brooklyn is vibrating." The crowd tonight at First Unitarian Congregational Society for Sally Rooney's book launch.
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The Reading Desk Apr 20
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for Normal People by Sally Rooney A new review out today for the best selling and award-winning novel, , from our new member, Barbara de Garcia. A book that has depth and remarkable insight.
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Jess McLean Apr 17
No one can be independent of other people completely, so why not give up the attempt, she thought, go running in the other direction, depend on people for everything, allow them to depend on you, why not.
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Knopf Canada Apr 21
Spoiler alert: the answer is "yes." :)
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BOOKMENTION Apr 19
Normal People By Sally Rooney
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Christina 🌀‏ Apr 19
"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."  -Sally Rooney
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Adam, Diabetic Cyborg Apr 16
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Sophie K Apr 14
synopsis: Lonely Boy goes to Ireland.
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Spines & Vines™️ Apr 18
Replying to @spinesvines
After hearing talk about how she enjoys examining the dynamics of relationships, creating characters & writing about sexual tension between people, I can’t wait to read !!!
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Agnes Carlowicz Apr 16
in Brooklyn! Happy US pub day to
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Jess McLean Apr 18
“I’m not a religious person but I do sometimes think God made you for me” 💗
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