WWW Wednesday – 23rd October 2019


Happy Wednesday Everyone!!!

Welcome to another round of WWW Wednesday.

Hope you’ve all had a wonderful reading week since last week.

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What is WWW Wednesday?

It’s a weekly meme that I first discovered on Roachies Reviews blog, and that is originally hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

All you have to do is answer 3 simple questions:

What are you currently reading?

What have you recently finished reading?

What do you plan to read next?

So, without further ado here’s my WWW Wednesday for this week.

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Currently Reading?

Waves Break


Waves Break (On Unknown Shores) by Barry W. Litherland – This ebook was sent to me by the author. I started it over the weekend. I’m 4 chapters in and am really enjoying it so far.

City of Lost Souls


City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare – I’m working through the box set that I brought earlier this year. So far I’m enjoying the books and really hoping that I can finish the series by the end of the year.


I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes – I’m slowly working my way through this book. I haven’t really managed to pick it up since last week, so haven’t made much more progress on it.

Recently Finished?

This week has been a great week I managed to finish 5 books.


Sadie by Courtney Summers – Finally managed to listen to this on audiobook. It was a good read, but not quite the 5 star read I was hoping after reading all the hype and his praise reviews.


Unnatural Causes


Unnatural Causes by Dr Richard Shepherd – This was one of those unplanned audiobooks that I saw on BorrowBox. It was really interesting and really liked it.


Silent Heroes


Silent Heoroes: When Love and Values are Worth Fighting for by Patricia Furstenberg – This was a great read. I loved every page. I also learnt quite a few interesting things.

Radio Silence


Radio Silence by Alice Oseman – This book took forever to come from my library. But it finally came and I finished it in 2 and half days. It was such a fast read and one that I enjoyed surprisingly.


I also finished Gumshoe by Paul D. Brazill – I read this one as part of a blog tour which I will be taking part in December so keep an eye out.

Reviews for all the other books are coming soon.

Reading Next:

The next couple of weeks are pretty busy so I’m going not sure what I’ll be picking up next.

What’s everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read this week? Feel free to leave your WWW Wednesday links or just leave a comment down below.

Happy Reading!!!

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    • I’ve had a lot of hospital appointments, so got quite a bit read while waiting. Also managed to download audiobooks for the journey. I listen to my audiobooks on x2 speed 😉. It takes about an hour to get to appointments and hour to get home on good days when there’s no traffic so i can get through at least 4hrs of an audiobook each time.

      There is absolutely nothing wrong in reading just one book, it’s still one book off the TBR pile 😁

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  1. Planning to read Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell 😊 and still currently reading The Mosquito: A Human History of our Deadliest Predator …. also trying to catch up on all the ARCs I took when I went on a book-reading binge 🙃

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    • Sounds like a good set of books your reading.

      I know how you feel about catching up on ARCs/eARCs. I have quite a few to read and review, also have a load of library books hold that came through 🙈😂t

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      • …. Haha we are on the same boat. I have a bunch of books that came through from the library that I had been anticipating for a long time and I honestly don’t know how to get through them all 😬

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      • Most of the narrator’s I’ve come across have been pretty good. Think there was only 1 or 2 that weren’t but in the end I didn’t like the books anyway 🙈

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      • That’s a fair trade-off. I think for me it was 2. I tried to get an audio book for Caraval and immediately regretted it. I definite liked the book, however. The other was a thriller but the guy was so absolutely emotionless and devoid of life that I ended up hating both the book and narrator 😂

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  2. I have become accustomed to your WWW posts and it doesn’t feel like Wednesday until they pop into my inbox 🙂
    Besides Medieval historical research, I am in the middle of the “Temperance Brennan” series by Kathy Reichs. I have never read a series this long before (unless you count “Outlander”). I love that I can notice how the writing style changes. My favorite so far was “Cross Bones”, maybe because Brennan travels all the way to Israel. Ths, I would recommend.
    I flirt with the idea of #20BooksForChristmas that I lately read about on Twitter. Jo -Tea & Cake for the Soul and Mischenko are both pursuing it. But I am a pretty slow reader.
    Also I listened to all my audiobooks – I enjoy your reviews on these as well.
    Thank you for this post, Mani 🙂

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    • Thank you Patricia!!

      I love the “Temperance Brennan” Series by Kathy Reichs. I’ve read most of the earlier ones, haven’t been able to read the newer ones they are on my TBR list, so will get around to reading them one day lol. I also loved the TV series Bones which is based on the books.

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