@oursharedshelf — An Intersectional Feminist Bi-monthly Book Club
Founded by Emma Watson
Sept/Oct: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier
💜😍#Repost @rpalaces ・・・
I’ve gotten stuck in my 2018 Books Resolution 😩, but I’m
💜😍#Repost@rpalaces ・・・ I’ve gotten stuck in my 2018 Books Resolution 😩, but I’m so excited to rev back up with @oursharedshelf’s Sept/Oct selection—Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier! I caught heat back in high school for this “conceited” pick, but #sorrynotsorry. This Gothic mystery-romance has my name all over it. #rebecca#oursharedshelf#resolvetoread
18.10.2018 22:38:49
Even the 'cheap edition' is beautiful 😍#Repost @thehalcyondaysofsummer ・・・
‘Last
Even the 'cheap edition' is beautiful 😍#Repost@thehalcyondaysofsummer ・・・ ‘Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.’ 💛 There are books that call to be read and reread again and again. Thank you Daphne. 🙏🏻 #Rebecca#daphnedumaurier#oursharedshelf
16.10.2018 19:54:20
The interview between Emma Watson and Reni Eddo-Lodge is here! ♥️ 👇#Repost @emma
The interview between Emma Watson and Reni Eddo-Lodge is here! ♥️ 👇#Repost@emmawatson ・・・ 🎥🎞💫 Our full @oursharedshelf interview via 👆🏼link in bio or ✨ bit.ly/2QLzlWy ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you’ve already read Reni’s book and want to continue the conversation (or even if you haven’t read it), her podcast ‘About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge' is available to listen now 🎶👂🏻www.aboutracepodcast.com ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ @renieddolodge#blackhistorymonth#OurSharedShelf
15.10.2018 10:55:20
👌#Repost @bellemaegranger ・・・
This account is most definitely not a #bookstagram
👌#Repost@bellemaegranger ・・・ This account is most definitely not a #bookstagram but I still wanted to share this picture with my followers.I read ‘milk and honey’ by Rupi Kaur two months ago and ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ after they were featured on @oursharedshelf . As I’ve been interested in reading ‘Rebecca’ for the last two years I was more than happy to finally pick up a copy and read it alongside with Our Shared shelf . I’m only halfway through but I have to say that so far I am really enjoying it! I think it’s the perfect book for September/October and I would definitely recommend checking out Our Shared Shelf on @goodreads . I hope everyone is enjoying spooky season and I’m looking forward to read ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’by Margaret Atwood who also wrote ‘Cat’s Eye which is one of my favorites. 🍁 📚 📖 🎃👻
12.10.2018 22:17:55
This picture is 🎨👌♥️#Repost @fanclub_books
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Knižka plná krásnych a poučných c
This picture is 🎨👌♥️#Repost@fanclub_books ・・・ Knižka plná krásnych a poučných citátov do života. #oursharedshelf
11.10.2018 22:06:10
Truth. 🙌 #Repost @kenni_marie96 ・・・
A room without books is like a body without
Truth. 🙌 #Repost@kenni_marie96 ・・・ A room without books is like a body without a soul. 📖 #oursharedshelf
10.10.2018 21:57:29
Never to soon to re-read 😎#Repost @booksandbrewsandlou
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Wow.
I was not expect
Never to soon to re-read 😎#Repost@booksandbrewsandlou ・・・ Wow. I was not expecting that. At all. How do I even begin to summarise all that I feel about this outstanding book? I knew absolutely nothing about this story before I started. I hadn’t even read the blurb on the back cover. Judging the title and cover alone, I was expecting a fairly conventional, period style love story. That is not what I got. What I actually got was quite possibly the best book I have ever read (yes, I am putting it up there with Jane Eyre). The way in which Du Maurier explores identity, love, justice, feminism/gender roles, to name but a few, is nothing short of genius. Keeping it short, read this book, it is bloody marvellous. Is it too soon to do a re-read?... 📖 #rebecca#dumaurier#oursharedshelf
08.10.2018 16:18:14
#Repost @bookbuddyreads
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Names are funny things, having come up with them for
#Repost@bookbuddyreads ・・・ Names are funny things, having come up with them for two children it is not an easy task. You associate certain characteristics to particular ones and if there is someone famous with that name and they’re an idiot then that is put right to the bottom of the list. If you have children (or pets!) how did you decide their name? Anyway why I’m blabbering on about this is because today’s bookclub pick’s title just so happens to be my name, Rebecca. Written by Daphne de Maurier, this gothic tale has been described as psychologically astute and disturbingly romantic, plus it’s the latest pick from @emmawatson’s bookclub @Oursharedshelf. If you’d like to read it as a group sign up in the comments. You’ll then be added to a group chat where you can either discuss it as you read it or all at once at the end. Remember you decide as a group when to read it even if it's in a month or two although I think it's a perfect read for Halloween! 👻🎃 Synopsis: On a trip to the South of France, the shy heroine of Rebecca falls in love with Maxim de Winter, a handsome widower. Although his proposal comes as a surprise, she happily agrees to marry him. But as they arrive at her husband's home, Manderley, a change comes over Maxim, and the young bride is filled with dread. Friendless in the isolated mansion, she realises that she barely knows him. In every corner of every room is the phantom of his beautiful first wife, Rebecca, and the new Mrs de Winter walks in her shadow. . . . . . . . . . . #rebecca#daphnedemaurier#oursharedshelf#emmawatson#gothic#gothicread#classicread#bookphotography#bookflatlay#bookstagramuk#goodreads#avidreader#buddyreads#bookbuddyreads#bookstagram#bookblogger#greatread#bookcommunity#readinglist#tbr#currentlyreading#booksbooksbooks#lovereadingbooks#currentread#hardback#bibliophile#bookoftheday#igreads#instareads
06.10.2018 06:14:41
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