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A Read With Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick! “ Remarkably Bright Creatures is a beautiful examination of how loneliness can be transformed, cracked open, with the slightest touch from another living thing.

The characters are all unique and loveable (ultimately), the writing is excellent and, since I often investigate topics upon which books are based, I learned quite a bit about the Creatures. .

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A Read With Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick! “Remarkably Bright Creatures is a beautiful examination of how loneliness can be transformed, cracked open, with the slightest touch from another living thing.

The characters are all unique and loveable (ultimately), the writing is excellent and, since I often investigate topics upon which books are based, I learned quite a bit about the Creatures themselves. ”. Three woman who join together to rent a large space along the beach in Los Angeles for their stores—a gift shop, a bakery, and a bookstore—become fast friends as they each experience the highs, and lows, of love.

The octopus’ point of view, though unusual, brings a magical haze to the novel, even as Tova and Marcellus realize their story is coming to an end.

. May 20, 2023 · 5/5: I just finished Remarkably Bright Creatures and absolutely had to share this fantastic book with every reader out there. A giant Pacific octopus named Marcellus, to be precise, and he is that—the novel opens with the first of several short chapters narrated in the first person (unlike the rest of the book) by the octopus himself, who can, as he points out, do many things we don’t know he.

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A unique and luminous book for fans of Eleanor Ray’s The Missing Treasures of Amy Ashton (2021).

Early Review: Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt.

A Read With Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick! “ Remarkably Bright Creatures is a beautiful examination of how loneliness can be transformed, cracked open, with the slightest touch from another living thing. 43 avg.

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A giant Pacific octopus named Marcellus, to be precise, and he is that—the novel opens with the first of several short chapters narrated in the first person (unlike the rest of the book) by the octopus himself, who can, as he points out, do many things we don’t know he.
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5/5: I just finished Remarkably Bright Creatures and absolutely had to share this fantastic book with every reader out there.

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Remarkably Bright Creature by Shelby Van Pelt, this is the story of Tova Sullivan, a 70-year-old woman whose husband died a few years ago and whose son died under mysterious circumstances some 30 years ago.

The characters are all unique and loveable (ultimately), the writing is excellent and, since I often investigate topics upon which books are based, I learned quite a bit about the Creatures themselves. A New York Times Bestseller! A Read With Jenna Today Show Book Club Pick! "Remarkably Bright Creatures is a beautiful examination of how loneliness can be transformed, cracked open,.

” — Kirkus Reviews "A unique and luminous book.

The octopus’ point of view, though unusual, brings a magical haze to the novel, even as Tova and Marcellus realize their story is coming to an end.

I don’t know how Shelby Van Pelt managed to make this uncommon tale sing so.

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