February 2019 Book Club - Where the Crawdads Sing

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  1. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    Here we go! This will be our first selection for 2019. I decided to start in February instead of January because we are all going to be busy scrapping every day in January for MOC. Or at least I am! :giggle And also because there are many popular selections that could take awhile to check out from our libraries.

    Like I've been doing the last couple of times, I am posting the next few months (February -May) all at once, so we can all get these books on hold at our libraries in time. :) The book we will be reading for February 2019 is Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. Please label spoilers or even type them in white like I just did right here(highlight that blank space) so that a person has to highlight it to read it.

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  2. michelepixels

    michelepixels Enrolling at Starfleet Academy

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    Wow, this is a popular book! I just put the audiobook on hold at my library and I'm number 40 in line for 4 copies. I would rather have had the ebook but it had even more requests, and the paper book had even more that that!
     
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  3. AnneofAlamo

    AnneofAlamo Slippers IN sunshine? Even better!

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    I am #12 on one copy! It looks fabulous. I'm gonna give it a go! Gotta do audio, cause I'm crazy organizing my house during MOC! yeppers! chaos is my middle name
     
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  4. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    I just recently finished this book and it is SO good! I hope everyone can get theirs on reserve and receive it by February! I can't wait to hear other people's reactions.
     
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  5. jaharvey

    jaharvey Well-Known Member

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    I'm #33 in line for the audio book. I hope I get it in time!
     
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  6. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    I'm very excited about this book.
    I couldn't get the english version from our library and I've been advised to read the english version. So I'm gonna buy either the actual book or the ebook. Not sure. If it's that good, I might want to go with a physical copy.
     
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  7. 3BluEyedBabies

    3BluEyedBabies Not a fan of things with 8 legs

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    On the waiting list at the library...I started requesting the large print....shorter waiting list!
     
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  8. cinna

    cinna I once had the worst boss ever ...

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    Interesting choice but it seems hard to get here in Sweden...
     
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  9. tinkerbell1112

    tinkerbell1112 Offical Ambassador of the Magic Kingdom

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    I'll put a request in now for any version of the book I can get

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  10. michele hillam

    michele hillam Loading up the bookmobile

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    First timer at the reading pad....are there any guidelines? When are we "meeting" etc? It must be beginner's luck, 1st hold on 14 copies (I had to request large print). Happy dance!
     
  11. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    We don't have an official meeting time. We first do a suggestions thread where everyone can put their ideas in. Then we vote on our top four books and once those are selected I create a separate thread for each of the four books and loosely assign them to a month. Once the threads are posted though you can read any of those books whenever it works for you and then when you want to discuss the book (after you finish or while you're reading) you just post in that thread. The only thing we do is make sure to change the color of your text for any spoilers to white, so that people who just pop into the thread don't accidentally see the spoilers. Make sense? I'm glad you'll be joining us! The more the merrier I say! :)
     
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