WWW Wednesday – 28th April 2021

Happy Wednesday Folks!!

Welcome to this weeks WWW Wednesday!!

Hope you’ve all had a great week!!

I’m finally on the road to recovery with my cold/cough. I seem to have a boost of energy which means I’ve managed to get a lot more things done, especially over the weekend. Including cleaning up my bookshelves and rearrange some things in my room to make more space.

On the reading front I’ve managed to get a lot of reading done and have read some great books.

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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?

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Breakers by Doug Johnstone – This is another book I’ve wanted to read for a while but never got around to it until now. I’m only 10 pages in and can’t share any sort of opinion at the moment, but have heard great things about this on from fellow bloggers. I have a hospital appointment tomorrow so should be able to make some good progress.

Forgetting Russia by Lisa Bordetsky-Williams – This was sent to me by the author. I’m slowing working through the back log of review requests that I’ve just not gotten around to picking up. I’m not very far into this one but it’s already proving to be an interesting read, in a good way.

REWIND by Catherine Ryan Howard – I’ve wanted to read this ever since it came out. I had it on hold at the library but when the local library closed during the first lockdown last year I lost my hold. But over the weekend I saw it had been added to the library’s catalogue on Libby and I just couldn’t resist and had to download it. Started this one over the weekend. I’m hooked on this one.

Lost Property by Helen Paris – Started this one over the weekend. Again I can’t really say much about it at the moment as i’m only 12% in according to my Kindle. Also I’m not quite sure how I feel about this one at the moment as nothing much has happened.

The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri – This was a hard and heartbreaking read at the same time beautiful read. It was beautifully written and there were so many details to take in along with many thought provoking moments. It’s been a while since I’ve read a 5 star read but this one is definitely going on the list.

The Cousins by Karen M. McManus – Having read a few books from this author I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy this one or not, but out of the books I’ve read this was definitely my favourite.

The Toll by Neal Shusterman – I’m still working my way through this one. I’m liking this one so far but feels a little slower compared to the others at the moment, but hoping it will pick up as the book continues.

Blood Sisters by Jane Cory – This was so good. The two separate storylines came together to reveal a very gripping story. I won’t say too much now, hoping to have a review up for this one soon.

I’m not sure what to pick up next. I have a couple of books in mind but will see what takes my fancy once i’ve finished my current reads.

What’s  everyone currently reading, finished reading or planning to read next? Don’t forget to leave links to your WWW Wednesday

Happy Reading!!!

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    • It was a beautiful read even though there were some heartbreaking moments!! Really hope you enjoy as much as I did when you get around to picking it up. Thank you for sharing your post. Happy Reading!! ❤❤


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