It's Friday . . . time to share book excerpts with:
- Book Beginnings on Fridays hosted by Rose City Reader, where bloggers share the first sentence or more of a current read, as well as initial thoughts about the sentence(s), impressions of the book, or anything else that the opening inspires.
- The Friday 56 hosted by Freda's Voice, where you grab a book and turn to page 56 (or 56% of an ebook), find one or more interesting sentences (no spoilers), and post them.
I'm reading this book for an upcoming book club discussion and am really enjoying it. Hannah captures the wild beauty, harsh weather, and isolating remoteness of Alaska in her story about a troubled family and a quirky group of rugged individuals living off the grid.
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Congratulations on getting the book from the publisher. It looks good (I'm a sucker for a strong setting). Hope your technical glitches are solved soon.ReplyDelete
This one looks interesting. I hope you enjoy it!ReplyDelete
I hope you like this book.ReplyDelete
I've got this one to try perhaps this summer. Will be curious to hear what you think about it. I've read other books by this author, but it has been a while.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear you're having troubles posting. IT does look like a good read! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
I loved this book! I hope your posting problems get sorted. Thanks for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete
I have seen many good reviews of this book, I hope you enjoy it!!ReplyDelete
I've seen all sorts of good things about this book. I hope you and your book club have a wonderful discussion. This week I am reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child which has been on TBR mountain for quite a while. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I was hoping we would do this book for book club also but it wasn't selected. My Friday QuotesReplyDelete
I have reader-friends who are always looking for books that are set in harsh conditions. I may have to recommend The Great Alone to them and see what they think. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
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My Friday 56
I like books where the town or the weather act as a secondary character in the story. I read The Great Alone and really enjoyed it, despite some trigger moments I skimmed through. It's a long one (overlong?) that could've been trimmed a few pages and still hold our attention.ReplyDelete
I really want to read this book and really anything by this author! I love the sound of it and am glad you're enjoying it!ReplyDelete