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Old 11-17-2017, 12:39 PM   #2901
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Is it just me or did anyone enjoy this?

I didnt care for it. Then again, I didnt care for To Kill A Mockingbird either.
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"The lonely city" by Olivia Laing

In this non-fiction book Laing conducts an investigation into what it means to be alone, how loneliness might be redeem and embraced. The lonely city is New York which Laing explores by way of art.

Referring to Edward Hoppers urban scenes: "[...] it also replicates one of the central experiences of being alone: the way a feeling of separation, of being walled off or penned in, combines with a sense of near-unbearable exposure"
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I didnt care for it. Then again, I didnt care for To Kill A Mockingbird either.
I've never read it either, just seen the movie.............
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Angie Antonelli has the life she’s always wanted—a promising political career, a supportive family, and great friends. The one thing missing is what she hoped she’d have by now, a committed relationship with the woman of her dreams.

Jan Clifford has been taking a break from dating while she figures out how to create a life that is more fulfilling than the country club society of her parents and her job in the family’s investment firm.

When Angie and Jan are set up on a blind date to go sailing, the chemistry is immediate and the attraction undeniable, but each wonders if she can really fit into the other’s world. Can the politician who fights for the little guy make things work with the financier who was born with a silver spoon in her mouth?

Before it has time to get very far, this new relationship is put to the test. First, Angie must decide how she really feels when the woman who broke her heart many years ago suddenly comes back into her life. And then the worlds of politics and finance collide when Jan refuses to walk away from a business deal that threatens Angie’s re-election to a second term in Congress.

Can the intense connection they feel keep Angie and Jan together? Only hopeless romantics believe that love is enough. Or is it?

From the author of the award-winning debut novel, Exception to the Rule, Cindy Rizzo once again delivers a riveting story that blends romance with the important issues of our time.
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Another in the great Kate Delafield series. i just started it. i can't wait to really get into it. That should be page 2.
For some reason I could never get into hers or any lesbian detective series but she did some fantastic romance books, one being An Emergence of Green
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Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance

Just started... but here’s the synopsis:

Vance describes his upbringing and family background. He writes about a family history of poverty and low-paying, physical jobs that have since disappeared or worsened in their guarantees, and compares this life with his perspective after leaving that area and life. Vance was raised in Middletown, Ohio, though his ancestors were from Breathitt County, Kentucky. Their Appalachian values include traits like loyalty, love of country, and tendency towards violence and verbal abuse. He recounts his grandparents' alcoholism and abuse, and his unstable mother's history of drug addictions and failed relationships. Vance's grandparents eventually reconcile and become his de facto guardians, particularly spurred by his tough but loving grandmother, such that Vance was able to leave his town and ascend social ladders to attend Ohio State University and Yale Law School.

Alongside his personal history, Vance raises questions such as the responsibility of his family and people for their own misfortune. Vance blames hillbilly culture and its supposed encouragement of social rot. Comparatively, he feels that economic insecurity plays a much lesser role.
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Not one to just read one book at a time, here’s another :-).

Inheriting Edith by Zoe Fishman

Based on the synopsis, I thought this was going to be a deep and insightful work of fiction looking at aging parents, suicide, and family relationships. But I just got the first hint that there may be a bit of a romance woven in... why tarnish a perfectly good story...hm.
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"Crossing the Unknown Sea Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity" by David Whyte
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I'm reading books I absolutely enjoyed during last summer:

Big Little Lies (Liane Moriarty), The Help (Kathryn Stockett) and Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe (Fannie Flagg).

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck : A counter intuitive approach to living a good life by Mark Manson

Crude and in-your-face but thought provoking nonetheless. Only 1/3 way in so far, and I haven’t put it down yet.
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Big Little Lies (Liane Moriarty), The Help (Kathryn Stockett) and Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe (Fannie Flagg).

Miss Katz, have you heard that Big Little Lies was such a hit that HBO is doing another season? There are so many ways the story line could go based on events in the book that were never discussed in the first one. Should be interesting to see how they go, don't you agree?
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Oh, definitely homoe!

I read recently on Nicole Kidman's and Reese Witherspoon's f.b. pages that they are filming season two of Big Little Lies!

Some interesting scenarios that might be expanded:

1) Jane and the coffee barrister, whom the girls thought was gay, but is not.

2) Madeline (Reese W.) Had an affair with the performing arts guy, so that's an possibility. She kept telling her husband that he was first in her life, but he knew he really wasn't, but Madeline has issues with her ex-husband who's together with the yoga instructor, on top of the affair she had too.

3) There is also the outcome of Ziggy, Jane's son, and being blamed for what the twin sons of Nicole Kidman's character did to Ziggy (bullying by parents kids and school staff).

There's a LOT that could happen in season two, for sure.
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Oh, definitely homoe!

I read recently on Nicole Kidman's and Reese Witherspoon's f.b. pages that they are filming season two of Big Little Lies!

Some interesting scenarios that might be expanded:

1) Jane and the coffee barrister, whom the girls thought was gay, but is not.

2) Madeline (Reese W.) Had an affair with the performing arts guy, so that's an possibility. She kept telling her husband that he was first in her life, but he knew he really wasn't, but Madeline has issues with her ex-husband who's together with the yoga instructor, on top of the affair she had too.

3) There is also the outcome of Ziggy, Jane's son, and being blamed for what the twin sons of Nicole Kidman's character did to Ziggy (bullying by parents kids and school staff).

There's a LOT that could happen in season two, for sure.
AND YOU KNOW........now that Nicole Kidman's character is a widow, they could have her "experiment" with lesbianism!
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AND YOU KNOW........now that Nicole Kidman's character is a widow, they could have her "experiment" with lesbianism!
I dunno, I don't know that it's some sort of subplot at all. I mean, I've read the book and as anyone might realise, the HBO miniseries is not exactly adapted from the book -- hence your prior observation and comment about viewing the miniseries left you "scratching your head."

Of course, the screenplay and role development to expand the series might build upon the already known facts about Nicole Kidman's character: she was an attorney with specialized knowledge and took up the special case representation for her friend Madeline (Reese W.) Because certain wealthy acolytes in town were opposed to her theatrical troupes play (concerning sensitive subject matter). I can see the screenwriter's developing her character, in post-aftermath, by opening up her own law practice and I can also visualize the miniseries expanding the plot surround her twin son's and their behavioral issues as well as the co-mingling subject of Jane's son Ziggy being blamed for their behaviors and subsequent bullying by children or school staff.

But, I don't see your idea about Nicole Kidman's character in the Moriarty book, either.

I guess we will find out next fall, when season 2 of Big Little Lies premiers on HBO!
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I got this book about a week ago and I've picked it up and put it down a couple times. Last night I began to read it in earnest and am finally enjoying it.
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