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Faber & Faber Sep 18
Due to popular demand, we are giving away a mug alongside a copy of the book. Follow & RT by midnight to win, UK only ☕️
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Simon Savidge Sep 13
Blimey. Just finished Sally Rooney’s on the train. Totally understand why everyone’s been raving about her writing. It’s really, really brilliant.
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Fifi Sep 20
I stopped looking for on social media because the unanimous praise was doing some funny business to my blood pressure. But now that I’m vindicated, let me go and see how upset the general public is with its exclusion 😁 😈
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September Withers Sep 16
I have a shaped hole in my heart. Oh Sally Rooney. You are SO great. Does anyone have any must-read book recommendations they could holla at me please? My brain is too immersed in the aftermath of NP to think for itself.
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Roisin Ingle Sep 19
Sally Rooney has made the wise move to be off twitter at this time but this is brill: "Bookmakers have made Normal People, the 2nd novel by 27-year-old Irish author Rooney, the hot favourite at 3-1 to win "
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Philip Nolan Sep 20
Should by have made the shortlist?I'm heading off on holidays for a few days at the weekend and taking it with me, and I'll be talking about it next Thursday on the Book Club, so tune in if you're near a wireless!
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Clare Simpson Sep 16
So, by Sally Rooney presents me with a dilemma - it's so good I either just start again at the beginning or I read her earlier novel. Bloody brilliant writing.
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Roisin Ingle Sep 20
“In a shortlist dominated by women, the biggest surprise is the absence of Sally Rooney, whose acclaimed second novel is already a bestseller in both Ireland and Britain and has also received critical accaim” Congratulations Anna Burns ...
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Barry Houlihan Sep 13
Replying to @Maria_Brid
I know the feeling, The struggle is real. Get to top of the list
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book nerd crushes 11h
Replying to @booknerdcrush
Stayed up all night to read which I haven't done in a long while. Obviously I absolutely loved it.
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P O P P Y Sep 14
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Faber & Faber Sep 17
Readers are loving , have you picked a copy yet?
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AtomicKitten666 Sep 19
So I like sleeping with my socks on, what's the big deal??? 🤔 for my defense, it can get really cold at night in my country and I sleep only in white ones...😉😂
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Dearbhaile Flynn Sep 19
Just finished by - I’ve never felt this bereft on completion of a book. What complex beautifully crafted characters Connell and Marianne are - I could have stayed in their world and minds forever! Spine tingling - it deserves every award going.
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Gemma Croker 🐈🥂 Sep 13
Just finished reading the brilliant . I... Is that how it ends?! I am bereft, I tell you. BEREFT.
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Letizia Pezzali Sep 16
“No one can be independent of other people completely, so why not give up the attempt, go running in the other direction, depend on people for everything, allow them to depend on you, why not.”
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The Book Chief Sep 21
Replying to @KEbibliophile
I am presuming that is similar to . If so I would expect a good read but I would not classify it as material. Lincoln In The Bardo is a classic example of MB fodder. What for you makes a book Man Booker potential?
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ns510 Sep 20
Anyone still in the throes of a book hangover after 👑 Sally Rooney’s ? I’ve been turning to thrillers to try and remedy the situation 📖
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Liv J Hooper Sep 20
Honestly my love for combined with my I-know-it's-ridiculous need to have all possible editions of books I love this much means I ACHE that I never got a blue proof because I am a totally normal person (see what I did there) 😂
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Booker Man Sep 16
Really enjoyed by in on The story's really well written; but goes a bit like One Day & 50 Shades etc. Really into it then it ended, didn't like the end so much as moral of the story.
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