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07 June 2019

Book Beginnings #70

For Book Beginnings, Rose City Reader invites us to share the first sentence (or so) of the book you are reading, along with your initial thoughts about the sentence, impressions of the book, or anything else the opener inspires.

For Friday 56, Freda's Voice asks you to turn to Page 56 in your book or 56% on your e-reader and pick a sentence.

I am currently reading The Paper & Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie.


The Paper & Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie cover

Tabitha Brown's heart thudded in her chest as she read the Instagram caption on her phone. Best night with my favourite girls!
This is a book that I am rereading already, despite having just read it in April and it not even being released for another week. I just can't help myself.

The Paper & Hearts Society is full of friendship and self-discovery and books. It makes me so happy to read it, and get lost in a book club I wish I were a part of.
"That's the second time you've mentioned bringing Jane Austen back from the dead now, Livs," Henry replied. "I think you might have a problem."

One of my favourite things about The Paper & Hearts Society is the sheer adoration of books within the story. Even if Cassie plays it cool and pretends she's not a reader, once she's started on graphic novels there's no stopping her. I love the UKYA books and authors name dropped in the pages. I also love the friendship dynamics, the way they gently tease each other, but always in good fun.


What are you reading this week?

15 comments:

  1. Cute cover and snippets, sounds like a good one! Happy weekend!

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  2. A book that references other good books? You've got my interest. Thank you for sharing, and I'm glad you enjoyed it enough to read it twice.

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  3. Definitely interested in this one!

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  4. sometimes the best time to reread a book is right after you read it the first time. To catch all the little details you missed the first time around. My Friday quotes and a short review of WE SET THE DARK ON FIRE

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    1. I'm picking up all these little things I missed, it's great!

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  5. I've just finished All the Things We Never Said by Yasmin Rahman and wow it was incredible!

    I hope you enjoy your reread!

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  6. This sentence has completely made me want to read The Paper & Hearts Society!

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  7. Absolutely loved this book. I'm definitely going to need to reread it at some point.

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  8. I’m definitely excited to get to this one ����

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  9. Ive recently read this and absolutely loved it. I’m currently reading The Quiet at the End of the World ��

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  10. I keep seeing this book everywhere! It sounds brilliant.

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  11. really glad u had a positive experience w this book c:

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  12. I found this to be such a cute story! Glad you've enjoyed it so much :)

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  13. I have been hearing about this book recently. It looks pretty good. It doesn't hurt that the cover is adorable as well.

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