WWW WEDNESDAY | #41

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 did you recently finish reading?
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What do you think you’ll be reading next?

Here are my WWW answers!

What did I recently finish reading?

Never Say Never - Alison TylerSo, Anyway... - John Cleese

You can find out what I thought of these here (for Never Say Never) and here (for So Anyway…).

What am I currently reading? 

Newjack - Ted Conover

This book is so good, you guys. It is thorough, interesting, and a heartbreaking look into both the US penal system, and the social context that causes many to end up there.

What do I think I’ll be reading next?

The Strange Library - Haruki Murakami       Bel Canto - Ann Patchett

I am really looking forward to The Strange Library, which will be my first Murakami book. I’m also excited to give Bel Canto a try after having heard fantastic things about it!

What have you guys been reading lately? Got any good seasonal books in the TBR? Share in the comments!

4 thoughts on “WWW WEDNESDAY | #41

  1. M.

    I completely get it! I spent most of last year reading nearly exclusively YA books, and I've been slowly inching my way back into “adult” reading this year, starting with lighter reads. I haven't read any of Patchett's novels yet, but I started her book of articles/essays – This Is the Story of A Happy Marriage. I only read the first couple, but I liked her writing style and felt like I'd get on with her. So I figure I'll give her a shot! We'll see how it goes…

  2. M.

    I completely get it! I spent most of last year reading nearly exclusively YA books, and I've been slowly inching my way back into “adult” reading this year, starting with lighter reads. I haven't read any of Patchett's novels yet, but I started her book of articles/essays – This Is the Story of A Happy Marriage. I only read the first couple, but I liked her writing style and felt like I'd get on with her. So I figure I'll give her a shot! We'll see how it goes…

  3. Janelle Fila

    Very interested to hear your thoughts on BEL CANTO. I started it and loved the beautiful language. But it was a really hard read so (unfortunately) I gave up on it. I read so much YA fiction that I am used to faced paced, quick, easy reads. The more YA I read the harder it is for me to sit through an entire adult novel. Love you hear your thoughts!

  4. Janelle Fila

    Very interested to hear your thoughts on BEL CANTO. I started it and loved the beautiful language. But it was a really hard read so (unfortunately) I gave up on it. I read so much YA fiction that I am used to faced paced, quick, easy reads. The more YA I read the harder it is for me to sit through an entire adult novel. Love you hear your thoughts!

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