BOTM Contender Discussion and Campaign

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Post by greenstripedgiraffe » 18 Jan 2017, 11:01

gali wrote: The February's BOTM is "The Diary Of An Immortal (1945-1959)".
Awesome! thanks!!!
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Post by kandscreeley » 08 Feb 2017, 11:54

I'm still learning around here, so I didn't know what it took to be book of the month. That's definitely good to know. I am going to have to ponder this one a bit more. Most of the books I read are part of a series. I don't do that on purpose, that's just how it turns out.
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Post by Scerakor » 15 Mar 2017, 08:07

rockandroll wrote:Two Years, Eight Months Twenty Eight Days by Salman Rushdie. It's his new novel.
Having read this one as soon as it was made available, I fully support this nomination. I have read a few Rushdie but this tops off as one of my favourites. A complicated web of interconnected stories and characters, different "universes", powers, and unusual occurrences pulls the reader into the story at each page. Pick this one!

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Post by Lincoln » 16 Mar 2017, 10:23

Gravy wrote:I've looked into both of those and, while not the kinds of books I'd typically read, both sound promising. If they become BOTM I might just have to read them :)
Yeah, would be nice to see!
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Post by ValBookReviews » 31 Mar 2018, 21:47

I think I'm too late to participate.
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Post by KLafser » 01 Apr 2018, 20:00

The Woman in the Woman bu A.J. Finn should be BOTM because this psychological thriller will keep the reader guessing the way through the book. Additionally, it spawns great questions about mental health, internet relationships, love, loss, and much more!

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Post by Eileen R » 11 Apr 2018, 06:32

Orphan train by Christina Baker it's really a great read

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Post by gali » 11 Apr 2018, 07:38

Eileen R wrote:
11 Apr 2018, 06:32
Orphan train by Christina Baker it's really a great read
It already was the BOTM: Orphan train .
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