WWW Wednesday – 19th February 2020

WWW WEDNESDAY

Happy Wednesday Everyone!!!

Hope you’ve had a good reading week since last weeks post. I’ve had a very good reading week. I seem to be back on track with my reading. Woohoo!!!

Apologies in advance for anything that doesn’t show up in the right place, I wrote this post on my tablet, while waiting for my hospital appointments yesterday.

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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

Wilder Girls by Rory Power – Started this one as part of a buddy read. It’s good so far, hopefully it’ll continue that way to the end especially as I’ve heard mixed things about this one.

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo – this is my first book by Leigh Bardugo. I’ve not read very much at all, but hoping that it really won’t be a disappointing read as I’m not really feeling much for it at the moment, which is not a promising sign.

The Pilliar of The Earth by Ken Follett – This is actually a re-read, as I’m hoping to finish the series this year, it’s been waiting on my TBR shelf for way too long. I really liked it the first time round. This time I’ve decided to listen to the audiobook so should get through it faster than the first read.

Recently Finished

Biniti by Nnedi Okorafor – This was supposed to be a quick read but it took me longer than planned. This was another one of those books I had high exceptions for but turned out to be quite disappointing.

A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden – I won’t say too much about this one as I have a review scheduled for the weekend. But I will say this was a really good dystopia novel that I definitely recommend for any dystopian fans.

One? by Jennifer L Cahill – this turned out to be quiet a fast read when I finally manged to sit down and read it properly. A pretty good read.

Seven Signs of Life: Stories from Intensive Care Doctor by Aoife Abbey – I’d seen this one a couple of times at the bookshop as well as seeing a couple of reviews on some blogs, so when I saw it at my library I had to pick it up. I really enjoy reading medical memoirs but I  struggled with this one.

Defending Jacob by William Landay – this is another book that’s been sitting on  my TBR shelf for way too long. I was supposed to read this one last year for the TBR Jar Challenge last but never did 😂. This was an interesting read.

Reading Next

I’m still waiting for my friend to finish our previous buddy read so that we can start reading The Power by Naomi Alderman. I’m also hoping to pick up Turn Of The Key by Ruth Ware, my hold finally came in at the library.

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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5 comments

  1. I hope you continue to enjoy Wilder Girls and that your interest in Ninth House picks up! I’m quite nervous to read both books as they’re quite hyped lol I have a feeling I really need to be in the right mood to read them though—especially Ninth House! Happy reading, Mani 😊

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