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O's Book Club

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1Q84-Haruki Murakami


This fatty is a project but it is definitely worth it! Set in an alternate universe, two intriguing stories that, at first don’t seem related but as it evolves, you see it all come together. I can’t explain much without this being 4 paragraphs long but if you like dystopian novels, this one is an awesome and unique experience!

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Rebecca-Daphne du Maurier


I’m often skeptical of older classics. They are notorious for a reason but I usually find them boring. This one did not fit that bill. It is not written in some old timey, flowery language aka, super easy to follow. It’s creepy and mysterious right from the beginning and you truly don’t know where it’s going until the very end. Definitely give it a shot if you’re into suspense!

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Book Club with Olivia

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Small Great Things - Jodi Picoult

A very relevant book right now. Touches on racism and the importance of family. Picoult’s books always keep you on your toes and make you think, this one’s no different.


The Red Tent - Anita Diamant

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A beautiful multigenerational historical fiction novel set in biblical times that follows the story of a little girl before she was born, shows her life within her family as she grows up and the story of the amazing woman she becomes

Happy reading,

-O

Book Club with Olivia

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Welcome to the first entry of Olivia’s book club! Here you will find suggestions for great reads, reviews on some past reads & possibly some book bashing. Here we go!

Follow Me Down - Sherri Smith

Written by a Winnipegger, this is a thriller that will lock you in instantly. Every time you think you’ve figured something out, you’ll end up with 3 more questions. Just trust me on this one.

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The Girls-Emma Cline

Initially you think this book is about a cult set in the 60’s and that was enough for me to pick it up. But it’s really about a teenage girl navigating her insecurities, trying to figure out who she is and where she belongs. Sometimes you’ll want to shake her but if you’ve ever been a teenage girl, you can definitely empathize with her as well. Easy, quick read.

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Happy reading!

-O