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TOTALS
I read 2,869 pages across 10 books Img bookstack 10

The Somnambulist Cookbook by Andrew    McDonnell
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SHORTEST BOOK
64 pages
The Somnambulist Cookbook
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LONGEST BOOK
384 pages
You Me Everything
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You Me Everything by Catherine Isaac
AVERAGE LENGTH
286 pages

MOST POPULAR
132,665
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Year of Wonders
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Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks
The Somnambulist Cookbook by Andrew    McDonnell
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LEAST POPULAR
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The Somnambulist Cookbook
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S.A.’S AVERAGE RATING FOR 2019
4.4

The Somnambulist Cookbook by Andrew    McDonnell
HIGHEST RATED ON GOODREADS
The Somnambulist Cookbook
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4.88 average
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Milkman by Anna Burns
S.A.’s first review of the year
really liked it
I am a member of a book club and one of our group of six ladies picked this as our novel for March. Two finished the novel the other four all gave up at various stages. It is a challenging read, not to be left until late at night for tired eyes and fuddled brain to struggle through. The stream of consciousness takes the reader fully into the troubled life and times of the main character and works so well. But the long paragraphs, the closely ...more
S.A.’S 2019 BOOKS
Milkman by Anna Burns
On My Life by Angela Clarke
it was amazing
The Somnambulist Cookbook by Andrew    McDonnell
Wakenhyrst by Michelle Paver
Snegurochka by Judith Heneghan
Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks
The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow
Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss
Water Shall Refuse Them by Lucie McKnight Hardy
You Me Everything by Catherine Isaac
liked it
Water Shall Refuse Them by Lucie McKnight Hardy
S.A.’s last review of the year
it was amazing
Set during the summer heatwave of 1976, Nif and her family leave their home to spend a month in a small rural Welsh village in the hope they can begin to heal following the death of Nif’s younger sister.
But the village is isolated, the locals hostile and Nif is bored and preoccupied with some old relics she treasures until she meets Mally - also an outsider. Mally and his mother are shunned by the local people as well but Nif does not understand
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