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Kavitha Rao D B Nov 12
... Not sure whether I like or dislike the book...
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Clio Cornish Nov 5
Late to this party (esp as a Conversations WF devotee), but I read at the weekend and W O W. Obviously sheer emotional turmoil throughout, but I think that might be the most perceptive closing line I've ever read?? Still thinking about it. Bravo ๐Ÿ‘
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APARNA Nov 13
Reading by Sally Rooney ๐Ÿค—
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Allie 24m
the day u voted for is the day u voted for the breakup of the Union. We need another for , with mad no religious affiliation.
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JustRetiring 14h
Thank you - I LOVED so much book-review-normal-people-by-sally-rooney/ that I'm already reading . Powerful writing, characters and dialogue. Looking forward to #3.
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Molly Aitken 14h
There are 44 reservations on this at my local library. I figured if I wanted to read it before I die I'd have to get my own. by
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Queline Nov 12
๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ“—๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ“—๐ŸŽ„ Dear , Yes, I will try and listen to your podcast on the ๐Ÿ“— this evening as it is one book that is going on my list this . Yours Q ๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ“—๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ“—๐ŸŽ„
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Niamh O'Brien Nov 14
Another exquisite head fuck from . None of us are
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Nick Virk Nov 11
Just read โ€™s in one sitting. I feel like an entirely different person. Itโ€™s been a long time since Iโ€™ve read a novel that good.
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C D Nov 8
it would be nice if you could dedicate just one episode of any series to doing up a load of ex council houses.. given there are so many of them & theyโ€™re more reasonably priced houses!
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neha khanna 2h
Very happy that I caught up on my during my 10 week injury (house arrest). Read 9 non work :-) , , , ,, , , , .
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Saskia Tavares 7h
I just cannot believe this ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค— A BLACK WOMAN keeps chasing a WHITE (absolutely despicable) MAN in GEORGIA! WOW! Even if she loses, sheโ€˜s already won. , the new home of masses of
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Iskandar Sharazuddin Nov 10
This week I have absorbed the pain, the beauty, the heartache, and the sheer unconquerable love that consumes the pages of โ€™s .
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Faber & Faber Nov 14
'Rooney writes like sheโ€™s shearing through blue silk with a newly sharpened pair of scissors.' features as one of the 's staff picks
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Talking Tree (Nate) Nov 11
Guess what people; thereโ€™s nothing wrong with being . are just posers trying to be something they are not...Also, donโ€™t judge me please just because I sin differentlyโ€ฆ
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Adebola Shammah Nov 10
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Nuria Benet Nov 8
"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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Ross Crosby Nov 13
Reading Sally Rooney is giving me a joy for reading that i don't think i've experienced since i was a child reading harry potter. I cried and laughed on the train this morning. PROPER GOOD LITERATURE MAN.
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Jay Vasudevan Nov 9
If you're a new reader looking to read more, or have friends who are new readers asking for recommendations, then this book is the perfect fit for you. An easy read, and yet it is extremely well written. One of the best stories of the year.
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Mistress of Vices Nov 8
Replying to @cyclopsee
Finished. Unsettled me in some ways. Also learnt that she is only 1991 born! And yet such clarity of thought, and perspective on life. And a sense of sadness somewhere.
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