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Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella
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it was amazing

"Finding Audrey" is the story of Audrey who is unable to leave her house or take off her sunglasses- even inside her own house.
Something traumatic happened to her leaving Audrey scarred and unable to trust people.
But then she meets Linus who decides to write Audrey little notes in order to help her get used to him.
The two of them strike up a friendship and eventually with him at her side, Audrey is able to slowly face the world again.
So I had a family member recommend this book to me because I don't like leaving the house and I was annoyed with them so I never read this book at the time.
Now that I have read it, I wish I had done so sooner (Story of my life).
It is hard not to feel compassion for Audrey and while she never goes into the story of what happened to her, I was rooting for her throughout the book.
Audrey makes me feel seen and reading this book calmed down my anxiety.
100 stars!
(P.S feel free to send more recommendations like this my way)

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Quotes Shanice Liked

Sophie Kinsella
“They talk about “body language,” as if we all speak it the same. But everyone has their own dialect. For me right now, for example, swiveling my body right away and staring rigidly at the corner means, “I like you.” Because I didn’t run away and shut myself in the bathroom. I just hope he realizes that.”
Sophie Kinsella, Finding Audrey

Sophie Kinsella
“(I’ve often noticed that people equate “having a sense of humour” with “being an insensitive moron.”)”
Sophie Kinsella, Finding Audrey

Reading Progress

October 9, 2016 – Shelved
October 9, 2016 – Shelved as: to-read
October 10, 2020 – Started Reading
October 10, 2020 –
October 11, 2020 – Finished Reading

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