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To one and all Bookoholics members: Happy Thanksgiving!Continue

Started by Ioruach. Last reply by Lyn Nov 28.

Current Reads 16 Replies

Picked up at library Louise Penny’s latest A BETTER MAN Thurs, read it and returned it Sat. Am sorry to say I didn’t enjoy it as much as her other books. Perhaps because there wasn’t as much exposure to Three Pines as usual. Last night started…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by Ioruach Nov 6.

strange books

I find myself reading a series that I thought would never interest me. A Strong Woman in the Middle Ages by Lina Potter It is set in the 11th century and involves a woman who somehow goes from being in a bad accident in this century to back to the…Continue

Started by Lyn Sep 5.


Hot spell is good reading weather! Thank goodness for a/c!Am currently about 3/4 finished some historical fiction that boggles my mind via a story of two boys sentenced to a hellish reform school in Jim Crow-era Florida. THE NICKEL BOYS  is by…Continue

Started by rapa. Last reply by rapa Sep 4.

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Comment by Baia on Sunday

While I am doing chores or knitting under the cat, I enjoy listening to audiobooks that I have checked out of my public library using the Libby app.  I can play them on my cell phone or on my tablet and use the timer function when I am playing a bedtime story to myself.

My current “listen” is American Gods by Neil Gaiman.  I first read it long ago and have a copy in my personal library, but I love the sound of NG’s words and voice, so I am enjoying consuming them in this way for a change.  I may need to read it yet again because I have been listening while distracted through too many key incidents.

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Comment by rapa on August 31, 2019 at 3:45pm

Tomorrow we welcome September!


Comment by rapa on July 31, 2019 at 8:57pm


Welcome August!

Comment by rapa on July 13, 2019 at 5:09pm

Am not going to recommend MRS. EVERYTHING yet. STarted it last night and there mucho graphic sexual scenes and I’m only a few chapters in. It’s a long book so maybe it’ll settle down.  Am not a prude but this was too much, too soon! I prefer to get on with the story!

Comment by Joy Kidd on July 13, 2019 at 5:06pm

I thought about becoming a psychiatrist or psychologist but never pursued it.  The mind and its troubles has long held and interest for me.  I spent some time visiting in psychiatric hospitals when I was younger.  It was interesting and also rather scary.

Comment by Joy Kidd on July 13, 2019 at 5:03pm

I haven't started anything else yet.  It will either be a Patricia Cornwell, Dr Scarpetta, novel I haven't rad yet or a thrIller, Forgotten Bones by Vivian Barz,that I downloaded to my Kindle app.

Comment by rapa on July 12, 2019 at 3:06pm

Yes, Joy, I, too enjoyed THE SILENT PATIENT.  Spent several years nursing in psych hospitals. 

Am currently reading THREE THINGS ABOUT ELSIE  by Joanna Cannon who is a doctor specializing in psychiatry.

Next up is Jennifer Weiner’s MRS. EVERYTHING

Comment by Joy Kidd on July 12, 2019 at 2:44pm

I rarely come to this site, spending most of my time on Facebook.  But, I came to visit today.  Have anyone read The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelaides?  I just finished it last night and I really enjoyed it.

Comment by Joanne on July 5, 2019 at 11:39am

i remembered "rabbit"


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