Hello, sweet peas!
I have noticed that I haven’t made a WWW post in a long time which is the same as committing an atrocity. What have I been thinking not showing you what I’m reading? Are you devastated? Are you disturbed by my lack of communication? 😆
Well, fear not, because I’m here with a brand new post about the WWWs.
The three WWWs are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I won’t go into detail too much here. No way I’m gonna put all the books I read over the last month in one post. At least not here. That’s what Monthly wrap-ups are for. But maybe you wanna take a look at the last two books I finished.
Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky
I was reading this for a blogtour! It’s been great so far. I have already finished it and my slot is in a few days so stay tuned and continue stalking my blog if you wanna know what my feelings were about this book. I had a lot of them. Just so you know.
Die Schule der Alyxa – Der Dunkle Meister by R.L. Ferguson
When I got the book I actually thought it was a from a German author, written under a pen name. I couldn’t find the English version anywhere. (Found out later, that the author is indeed American.) It’s good thought. The book. Different from what I thought, darker somehow and grittier. It would definitely need a triggerwarning for mentions of suicide but nevertheless, I quite liked it. I bought the bundle, so I’m definitely finding out how this story continues.
Girl Giant and the Monkey King by Van Hoang
Guys, let me tell you something. I’m so in love. I’m so in love with this book. It’s definitely gonna be one of my highlights of this year. I have so many feelings about this book, about the characters, I’m not even sure if I’ll manage to write a proper review later on. It’s just so great. I can just tell you all that you should definitely read it. Now. Put everything else away. I love it so much.
Instructions for Dancing by Nicola Yoon
I’m reading this as a part of a blogtour. I’m about a third in and I really love the writing. It made me wanna read on even though I should’ve put the book away on many occasions. So far I’m a bit worried that it’s too predictable though. I have send some thoughts about what I think will happen to Sammie and I’m curious/afraid to see if I’m right.
The mostly invisible boy by A.J. Vanderhorst
Another booktour book. I know. To my defense (or shame) I forgot that I asked to be part of this booktour. I know. So far I’m not sure what to think of it but I will definitely continue this book.
Elephants can remember by Agatha Christie
I mean, first I have to finish all my current reads. I don’t know if I will manage that in a week. But I can try. And if I do, then I will probably read Elefants can remember by Agatha Christie. I love her books and this one has Ariadne Oliver in it, so I’m already psyched.
Do you know any of the books on my list? Have you read them or have them on your tbr?
I just finished Instructions for Dancing today. I liked it… it is predictable and I had some issues with pacing but overall good! Same blog tour. 🙂
Have a great week!
I’m still not completely done with that book. So far pacing is not an issue for me but I’m really worried about the predictability.
Yeah, it definitely has predictability all over it.