It’s time for this week’s WWW Wednesdays, hosted by Should Be Reading blog (head over and check them out!).
This link up asks three questions
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll be reading next?
Here are my WWW answers!
What did I recently finish reading?
I finished this a few days ago, but I’m still digesting. I read this based on the review by Karen over at One More Page and man, was she right. It’s a sad but beautifully written book that, despite being sad, isn’t depressing. If that makes any sense. I found myself completely drawn into Yolandi’s narrative, and I felt like I got her, even though I’ve never been through anything like this (the book is about her relationship with her suicidal sister). Definitely recommended.
What am I currently reading?
I got this for my birthday yesterday, and dived right into it. It’s a kid’s book, full of amusing illustrations, and the type of kid’s story I totally love. It’s funny, absurd and completely entertaining – of course, since it’s Neil Gaiman’s work! I don’t care that it’s a kid’s book, I’m loving it.
What do I think I’ll be reading next?
I haven’t really decided what to read next yet, but it could be any of these three books! Kissing: A Field Guide is a review copy I received from my favourite publisher, Cleis Press, and I’ve been doling it out a chapter here and there (you know, to make it last) – but I might just dive right in! No Relation is a book I’ve heard a lot about – notably from Karen (yes, again). It’s supposed to be excellently written and amusing, so I’m looking forward to it! And last but definitely not least is The Serpent of Venice, Christopher Moore’s newest book which I received as a birthday present. Tough decisions, guys!
What about you? What have you recently finished? Share in the comments!
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