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Welcome to the Book Nook!

Think of this thread as a sort of… feedback area, but cosier.


What can be discussed in this thread?
  • Talk about your reading progress and goals, and encourage others in theirs!
  • Books that you are currently reading/hoping to read this year.
  • Discuss any reading challenges you're participating in.
  • You can let someone know that you loved their book review or recommendation.
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My to read pile is RIDICULOUSLY big because I keep buying books rather than reading the ones I have at home.
My problem is I do not actually have the funds to put together my own decent library, so I have to rely on the public library, and, somewhat surprisingly, they in turn rely on the interlibrary network rather than stock all books on their own shelves.
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Well i was rearranging my bookshelves and when i was done i realised i accidentally placed the 7th book before the 1st book must have been tired or something lol and then my brain was like

I wish i had a cooler reason though

Aaaand i made a challenge list

SPOILER!!: Challenge
Good as gold: Read a book that won a Goodreads Choice Award
The ocean at the end of the lane - Neil Gaiman

The book is better: Read a book being adapted for tv or film this year
The nightingale - Kristin Hannah

Short & sweet: Read a book with less than 100 pages
The little prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

On the bandwagon: Read one of the "most read" books right now on Goodreads
A court of thorns and roses - Sarah J. Maas

Actually want to read: Read a book that's been on your TBR shelf for more than a year
Burning - Danielle Rollins

Not from around here: Read a book set in a different culture from your own
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In the friendzone: read a book that a friend has recommended
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It takes two: Read a coauthored book
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Wheel of format: Read a book in a format that you don't normally read in
For everyone - Jason Reynolds (poetry)

New voices: Read a debut novel
One of us is lying - Karen M. McManus

Past love: Reread a book you loved when you were younger
Hoe overleef ik het jaar 2000? - Francine Oomen

Armchair traveler: Read a book set in a destination you want to visit
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That is a cool reason! I love when happy accidents like that happen and they inspire something interesting.

Ahhh! Your list looks good. Nevernight and One Of Us Is Lying are on my TBR.
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The Guest Book by Sarah Blake
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I'm trying to integrate more non-fiction into my reading diet, but I don't like biography or self help.
So, historical pieces?
I actually enjoy biographies/autobiographies. For instance, I have been reading about a close friend of President Lincoln recount his experiences as a friend and colleague.
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I actually enjoy biographies/autobiographies. For instance, I have been reading about a close friend of President Lincoln recount his experiences as a friend and colleague.
I like histories. True Crime. Deep dives into super interesting topics. I'm finding lots of interesting and very random stuff.
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I just picked it up.
It starts off with an interesting detail that I am intrigued to see if it holds any relevance later.
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I like this question a lot !!! and would be very curious to know your thoughts on it, Ern!!

As for myself.. 13 Reasons why, not a movie adaptation, but a tv series adaptation. I was very unhappy with. If i even begin to try and explain why i think my blood will start boiling lol

But I really liked the way Perks of Being a Wallflower was brought from page to screen. Though I still prefer the book, I think the movie also captured the beauty of the story within it's own, unique way.

I'm not always super picking about having to stay strictly to the story or keeping every single moment in. I guess the most important thing for me (the one that determines whether or not I like the adaptation) is the question of 'does it make me FEEL the same way'?
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This is a very interesting question. Because I try to go into everything very open minded I haven’t had many i have disliked.

but one that left me so angry was the divergent series. Like how could they do me dirty by making the movies sooooo different. The books were so good and I read them second so I was extra salty.

One that I have loved is Dumplin. Even though I’m only halfway through the book the movie left me speechless and crying. I’ve already cried twice while reading the book. If that’s any indication I think it’ll end well.


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If you could have any book made into a series or movie what would it be?
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Sooo did anyone ever read Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell? It's kind of a play on the Harry Potter Fandom .....
It feels like kind of a mix between that and Peter Pan to me.
Starting with a wikipedia article was interesting.
I also just picked up Eleanor & Park and did not realize you were talking about the same author.
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I feel like I will always say the movie adaptation of Gone Girl is the best book-to-film transfer that I've ever seen. Everything and everyone in it is perfect, and despite the few inaccuracies that only the absolutely pedantic would notice, the vibe I get is just perfect.

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But I really liked the way Perks of Being a Wallflower was brought from page to screen. Though I still prefer the book, I think the movie also captured the beauty of the story within it's own, unique way.
I have yet to read or watch it and I am highkey ashamed of it but also the not-reading inertia is pretty big

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This is a very interesting question. Because I try to go into everything very open minded I haven’t had many i have disliked.

but one that left me so angry was the divergent series. Like how could they do me dirty by making the movies sooooo different. The books were so good and I read them second so I was extra salty.

So I have a question:
If you could have any book made into a series or movie what would it be?
I AGREE SO HARD ON DIVERGENT THAT I COULDN'T BRING MYSELF TO WATCH MOCKINGJAY

and also I'd really love to see Lisa See's Peony in Love as a movie because chinese culture and The Peony Pavillion
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Hm. So for adaptations I found disappointing, I stand hard on Percy Jackson as not living up to the source material. They changed so much and it didn't make sense plot-wise... but they also fundamentally changed the characters and ending so they couldn't continue with the series in good faith.

My Sister's Keeper, where they just blatantly changed the ending. Divergent... yeah. I agree on that one. Eragon, which I didn't hate but didn't care a whit about whatever happened in the movie. A Wrinkle in Time? I wanted to like it but it confused me.

I agree that I don't need a perfect scene for scene adaptation, but

As for movies adaptations I love, the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice has grown strong on me over the years, and I could talk for pages about other Jane Austen adaptations. In fact, let's chat for pages about Jane Austen in general! The most recent Murder on the Orient Express (and the ABC Murders that Amazon did this year was really good).
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I got an email today about the Goodreads Summer Reading Challenge and I'm curious to know if any of you will taking paaaaart. Here is the link to the pdf with the details.

For those that are curious, I'll leave the challenges below.

SPOILER!!: challenge prompts
'For Beginnings':
  • Good as gold: Read a book that won a Goodreads Choice Award I'm reading Eleanor & Park.
  • The book is better: Read a book being adapted for TV or film this year Pet Sematary
  • Short & sweet: Read a book with less than 100 pages (or a book you can finish in one sitting) The Giving Tree
  • On the bandwagon: Read one of the "most read" book right now on Goodreads
  • Actually want to read: Read a book that's been on your Want to Read shelf for more than a year
  • Not from around here: Read a book set in a different culture from your own
  • In the friend zone: Read a book that a friend has recommended
  • It takes two: Read a co-authored book
  • Wheel of format: Read a book in a format that you don’t normally read in (a graphic novel, poetry, a play, an audiobook, etc.)
  • New voices: Read a debut novel
  • Past love: Reread a book you loved when you were younger
  • Armchair traveller: Read a book set in a destination you want to visit
'Expert-Level Additions':
  • Stay awhile: Read a book with more than 500 pages
  • Stranger than fiction: Read a non-fiction book published this year
  • Tongue-tied: Read a translated book
  • No place like home: Read a book that appears in your Goodreads newsfeed
  • Continental drift: Read a book set on every continent
  • Genre explorer: Read a book from a genre you've never read before
  • Reading roulette: Read the third book you see on your Want to Read shelf
  • Primary reading: Read a book with a number or colour in the title
  • Back to school: Read a book about a subject you don't know much about
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Okay, so not movie but TV show (still counts?) I was disappointed when True Blood started to go off on a different direction. But The Handmaid's Tale, I didn't love the book but I REALLY love the series.
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TV shows are harder because they have to spin a concept from a book into something much longer or else know they have to end in a finite amount of time.
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I'm really enjoying reading all of your thoughts on this! Maybe one of you could create a 'Book to Screen Adaptation' discussion thread.
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so I can't handle book monogamy and I'm trying to get through Good Omens (not that it's hard, but I read it on my laptop and I don't always have that on me) so I'm trying to figure out which book's gonna be my side-piece for the month

right now I'm torn between reading Alias Grace and Fahrenheit 451 but what's probably gonna happen is I'll get to the library and end up checking out a Jane Austen book instead

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I definitely would rather they go on as long as they could rather than be finite.
My biggest gripe with ASOEU was that we knew the end was coming from the beginning.
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Somehow I'm only 4 books away from reading my reading goal of 36 books for 2019!

How's everyone else's reading going? What are you cuuuurrently reading??
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How's everyone else's reading going? What are you cuuuurrently reading??
Wow. Congrats!

Goodreads is telling me I'm one book behind schedule so naturally I'm panicking a little. Although I'm hoping I'll get some reading done when I'm on vacation. :33
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I’m currently reading Desolation by Jesper Schmidt. I think he’s a self published author whose still trying to get name recognition but he’s good and usually answers fan emails.
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How's everyone else's reading going? What are you cuuuurrently reading??
Wow, that's a really great accomplishment. Now I'm inspired to read more and more on my list.

I have recently finished reading Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
And before that I sort of re-read HP and the Goblet of Fire due to a debate that my co-workers and I had.
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