WWW Wednesday: 5 July 2017

Hi guys! It’s time for another WWW Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted by Sam at Taking On A World Of Words where the goal of this meme is to answer the following questions:

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


Currently Reading: I am currently in the middle of multiple books (a nasty habit), but my focus has been on A Court of Wings and Ruin (I know, I am super behind!)  by Sarah J. Maas, and The Address by Fiona Davis (out August 1, 2017). The former is the third installment to the “Court of Roses and Thorns” series, which has quickly become a favorite of mine. It has Feyre, acting as a sleeper agent in the Spring Court trying to get as much information about Hybern’s army while pretending that she is no longer mated to Rhys of the Night Court. If you like magical, twisted, and often cruel Fae, a plot that shows the delicate balance between Fae and humans, and some pretty decent sex scenes, this is probably for you.  For the latter book, Fiona’s newest novel is a historical fiction that takes place both in 1884 and 1985, both revolving around the family that brought about and owns the iconic Dakota rooming house. So far, so good; expect a review sooner than later (hopefully!)


Recently finished: I just finished Impossible Views of the World by Lucy Ives, also expected to publish by August 1, 2017. This book was part mystery, part love-hate tale to the life of the working millennial, and I am having trouble formulating a review.

I also finished The Paper Magician Trilogy over the long weekend and happy I did. These books follow a young woman named Ceony as she navigates her way to full magician status as a paper mage, despite having wanted metal, and as she deals with her budding love for her mentor. A fun and quick young adult read.


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Reading Next: I am determined to re-pick up Death Comes to Pemberly by P.D. James after having put it down a couple of weeks ago due to an influx of new reads. I love Jane Austen pastiche, and hope this one will be good!


Let me know what you are reading, and let’s chat!


 

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3 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: 5 July 2017

  1. Are you going to write a review for Impossible Views of the World? I know how hard it is sometimes to wrap your head around some book and put all your thought into written word, but I’m curious to read what you think about this book.

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