First Book 2021

Pre-Review Thoughts by Liz Moore,  Riverhead Books 2020, 482 pages

Challenge:  PVD Theta Reading Circle
Genre: Contemporary Lit
Type/Source: Hardcover/ purchased TWICE!  
 Why I read this now:  Why I am choosing for First Book 2021? It’s been on my gotta-get-to-soon and then I gave to a friend in a gift-exchange. I think it’s finally time.

MOTIVATION for READING: I would read this anyway because I life Liz Moore. It was on the TOB Long List  but didn’t make the Short. I am looking forward to this very much.

WHAT’s it ABOUT:  I really don’t know. Something about crime and sisters? I’ve read the intro/blurb a few times but just can’t access it. I do remember thinking how interesting that I also really want to get to The Vanishing Half which is also about sisters. I probably have mixed/morphed which book is about what.

Here’s to everyone having a healthy happy New Year.

How about some pie?  Elvis Pie:

 

pierating

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9 thoughts on “First Book 2021

  1. Hope it’s winner!!! I’m thinking my first read of 2021 is going to be Leave the World Behind, which Annie so kindly gave me for Christmas. But who knows, I may change my mind a dozen times before then. Okay, I’m off to google Elvis Pie now. Hope your 2021 is so very amazing in all the best ways, Care!!!!

  2. Literary Feline

    Long Bright River is a great choice for your first read. I’ve heard good things about it. I still haven’t decided. It shouldn’t be this hard of a decision. Haha

  3. Happy New Year Care! I read Moore’s novel The Unseen World a few years ago and liked it but didn’t love it. But I think my slight disappointment was due more to mis-marketing than anything else. The writing was solid.

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