WWW Wednesdays #7

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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 am I currently reading?

I devoured the second book in this series in a day, and moved on to this one. I’m finding it a bit slower going than the previous two, which is making it harder for me to stick with (hence reading Will Grayson, Will Grayson simultaneously) but I wouldn’t say it’s boring. Just hasn’t defined a steady plot aim yet. Definitely going to stick with it, because I need to know how it ends!

What did I recently finish reading?

I didn’t do a post last week, so here are a couple of books I recently finished. The Calling was the second book in Kelley Armstrong’s Darkness Rising trilogy. I’m not on to the third and final book, because I just can’t stop! Reality Boy was a stand-along novel. It’s the first A. S. King book I’ve read, and now I want to read more! I really enjoyed the characters, the writing style and the way the author framed the issues she dealt with. It wasn’t always an easy read, but there was enough humour threaded throughout that it didn’t feel like a total downer. It almost reminded me a bit of The Silver Linings Playbook – in tone if not plot. Definitely one I’d recommend. 

What do I think I’ll be reading next?


I’ve actually already started this one. You know, between bits of The Rising. I am a big fan of John Green – The Fault In Our Stars is an all-time favourite – and I can see his trademark wit and humour in this one. I am fairly sure that the two authors each picked a character and trade off writing chapters from the point of view of each. I can’t confirm this, but that’s how it feels to me so far. It’s an intriguing way to experience dual narrative, because the two voices are very distinct.

Now it’s your turn! Share your recent reads in the comments – and don’t forget to link up with the original post (and share a link in the comments) if you wrote your own WWW Wednesday! //<![CDATA[ var sc_project=10144299; var sc_invisible=1; var sc_security="82f610c9"; var scJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://secure." : "http://www."); document.write("”); //]]>

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2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays #7

  1. Chene Sterckx

    I am yet to read a Kelly Armstrong book! I have heard some good things about her writing.
    Add The Infernal Devices to your next read *hint hint* he he.

    I recently finished The Conduit but Stacey Rourke, I am reading The Circle of Fire by Keri Arthur and my next read is A Boat Made of Bone by Nicole Grotepas.

    Happy Reading!

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.

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  2. Chene Sterckx

    I am yet to read a Kelly Armstrong book! I have heard some good things about her writing.
    Add The Infernal Devices to your next read *hint hint* he he.

    I recently finished The Conduit but Stacey Rourke, I am reading The Circle of Fire by Keri Arthur and my next read is A Boat Made of Bone by Nicole Grotepas.

    Happy Reading!

    Chanzie @ Mean Who You Are.

    Reply

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