January 2018 Book Club - Stillhouse Lake

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  1. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    It's soon to be a new year and we have some new books to read together! Hooray! :) I am posting the next few months all at once, so we can all get these books on hold at our libraries in time. :) The book we will be reading for January 2018 is Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine. 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. londoncuppa

    londoncuppa I like rain, England ... and big words

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    Bought the book, but I think I'll wait until after Christmas to start. Yay for book club! Thanks, Karen! @Karen
     
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  3. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    Oh I think I'll like this one!
    I'm gonna go the Audible way but will wait for Januari. :)
     
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  4. janedee

    janedee I like to play with really old stuff

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    Waiting for it at the library!
     
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  5. londoncuppa

    londoncuppa I like rain, England ... and big words

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    I went the Audible route too. @berniek Already finished it. Very good choice! Now I'm going to have to go download the sequel.
     
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  6. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    Oh great! I’m excited!
    I’ve downloaded it already but I’m still in the middle of a different audiobook.
     
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  7. djp332

    djp332 Dude. They're on your head ...

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    Hmm, not available at all at my library. Off to check Amazon.
     
  8. londoncuppa

    londoncuppa I like rain, England ... and big words

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    I went ahead and bought the sequel and will probably start it when I get home from work and have to begin tackling the aftermath of Christmas. Ack!!!

    I was going to wait until January to start but finished the book I was on early. I've gone ahead and bought the books for the other months too, but I'll force myself to wait and read those with everyone else.

    Hope you had a great Christmas!
     
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  9. umyesh

    umyesh Swooning for warm bread & butter

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    Just put it on hold :) thanks for keeping me reading!
     
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  10. KellyM

    KellyM Kickin' cancer's butt!

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    Off to the library today! :)
     
  11. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    I’m about a quarter in and I’m already hooked!
     
  12. londoncuppa

    londoncuppa I like rain, England ... and big words

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    I just finished the sequel-Killman Creek. This series was sooooo good. Thanks to whoever recommended it!
     
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  13. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    I finished this one at 3:15am last night! It's safe to say that I got hooked! I did have a little trouble getting into the idea of these random people in cyber space were making them scared enough to keep moving, but I think by the end of the book it was definitely written to make me feel it was realistic. and I already bought the sequel. :giggle
     
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  14. bellbird

    bellbird Pollywog

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    You guys! it's Jan 1 here and I'm feeling so behind on bookclub! (That said, it sounds from all you early bird bookworms like this is gonna be a good one!)
     
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  15. londoncuppa

    londoncuppa I like rain, England ... and big words

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    It's so good, Justine. You'll have to get the sequel too.
     
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  16. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    I have 1 and a half hours more to go in this book (audiobook). And I feel like I indeed need the sequel. But this is a very good book. My kind. I'm not much into the romance or historic stories. Give me a good thriller and I'm happy! ;)
     
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  17. berniek

    berniek I have a girl crush on the Naming Fairy

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    Wow!
    This book is really amazing. Every time I thought I had it figured out, it would turn around. Gotta say that one of my first instincts turned out to be the right one though. And that ending is great. Because it did end (I hate how some books have no real ending) but the major cliffhanger will make me want to read the sequel for sure!
     
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    elsi New Member

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    If you have a Kindle (or the Kindle app) and a subscription to Kindle Unlimited, you can borrow the book from Amazon for free. I'll be borrowing it and reading so I can join in the discussion.
     
  19. bellbird

    bellbird Pollywog

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    Thanks for the tip!
     
  20. EHStudios

    EHStudios I am more clever than I think

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    Okay I was heading to buy this book & your comments are already making me put the sequel in my cart! Hurray for Christmas money! :D
     
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