Happy Wednesday everyone! It is time for another WWW Wednesday post and I am eager to share my list with you today.
It has been a fairly slow since last Wednesday, but it is because the books I read were longer and took a bit more effort to get through. I didn’t have time to read any of my buddy reads, which is sad, but I hope to get caught back up in time for this weekend’s discussions.
So, let’s get into it, shall we?
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme brought to us by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. What do the three W’s stand for? I’m glad you asked. They ask the three What questions of the week:
What book(s) are you currently reading?
What book(s) have you recently finished?
What book(s) are you going to read next?
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I didn’t get to read any further on this novel this week. I hope to pick it up tomorrow and read through my chapters for the Middle Grade Marvels read -along.
The Devil and the Dark Water is a book club read with some of the gang from The Write Reads. I missed the chapters for last week on this book too. But, the discussion was moving very fast so it must have been good.
Winterling is another read -along with Middle Grade Marvels. Another novel that I missed out on. I really need to set myself up a better schedule so I get to have some fun reading time in addition to my commitment reading.
Before the Crown is pretty good. So far I am a bit underwhelmed. It lags and is a bit repetitive. It’s a whole lot of will she won’t she and a bit boring. This saddens me a bit because I had such high hopes.
This is one of the titles for the #HypeathonReadathon as part of #MerryDecember. I’ve seen a lot of different variations of this book in movie form, but I have never read it. And, this time I am listening in audio form instead of using my eyes, but so far it is very good and there is so much more detail in the book than there is in the movies.
I finally finished this one and boy did I love it! I felt like I was a character in this book throughout. The writing is good and the premise is interesting. You can read my full review here.
I am reading this one also for Emma at Damppebbles Blog Tours. I was very unsure about this book having forgotten the premise before digging in, but it turned out to be very good. I enjoyed it a lot, but it is a tiny bit chonky at over 400 pages. It could have been quite a bit shorter and you can see why if you want to read my review here.
This is a short one that I am reading for Blackthorn Book Tours. I am interested in this one because the premise sounds fantastic, but the author is in prison. I am morbidly curious to read this one. My review will be posted on Saturday, December 19, 2020.
Amari and the Night Brothers is part of an Ultimate Blog Tour put on by Dave over at Write Reads Tours. This middle grade novel is the one I am most looking forward to this week. Not only is the cover absolutely gorgeous, Amari learns all about magic and I am on pins and needles waiting to pick it up. You can read my review on Sunday, December 20, 2020.
Chris Nijs over at JB Publishing contacted me about reading this thriller as part of their launch. After reading the blurb, I knew I had to read this one. The husband dies at a theme park! Who wouldn’t want to read this?! My review will be up and ready for viewing on Tuesday, December 22, 2020.
That wraps it up for this week bookish friends. I hope you enjoy my list. See you all next Wednesday.