WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday: 16th May

Happy humpday everyone. Today is Wednesday so time for another WWW Wednesday post.

WWW Wednesday is a weekly tag hosted by Taking on a World of Words. To participate, you just answer the following questions:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?

1. What are you currently reading?

The Exact Opposite of Okay

So far I’m really liking this book. It seems quite fresh and up to date considering what I’ve been reading recently. (Nicholls and Mass I’m looking at you! 😉)

However, I really wasn’t expecting this to be written like a diary and it’s basically a young girl in high school telling her story through her blog posts. Why wouldn’t I love it?

Not that I would tell a story to people using my blog posts I will be the first to admit that they’re a bit here and there at the moment.

I am hoping to have this finished within the next day or so as I’ve got a fair few books on my TBR list that I want to read before I get back to work and it’s all up in the air again.

 

The Man Who Didn’t Call

Yep I’m still reading this and when I say I’m still reading this I haven’t actually picked it up this week as I kinda misplaced my kindle but since I found it this morning this one will be finished shortly 🙂

Luckily I knew where the charger was as I use the same one for my laptop.

Still, with this, I’m not keen on the time jumps. I am one for logic and I like things to be in chronological order. It’s not to say it’s a bad book but this is just my preference.

Like I’ve said before a few girls have been in Sarah’s position and how she is reacting is fairly normal and in line with what I’ve seen people do before. They don’t let their phone out of their hand “just in case” and practically stalk the person’s social media accounts.


2. What did you recently finish reading?

Things a Bright Girl Can DoI have recently finished reading things a bright girl can do and awarded it 3.5 ⭐’s. Again it’s not that I didn’t enjoy the book. I really enjoyed the characters and the style of writing. I also liked the fact that it spanned over a couple of years so that we could see the girls grow into women. I just I expected more from it.

I already have a review of it here. So hopefully I’ve been able to clarify what I mean a bit better in the review. I mean it’s 9:30 on a Wednesday morning and I’ve written this without my breakfast because I’ve had a completely unorganised morning today and forgot it was Wednesday 😬.

Whoops.


3. What will you read next?

Once again I am having that “what should I read next” type of moments. One for definite is the final book in the Seven Years Gone Saga as I want to read it because

  1. I’ve really enjoyed the first three to a point where my reviews were up way before the deadline as I couldn’t put them down
  2. I love the covers with the eye. They really stand out amongst my other books. Unfortunately, this one is an eBook only
  3. The author sadly passed away before she could see the release of it.

Seven Years Gone: Unbound (Seven Years Gone #4)

After this book, I’m struggling between Marrisa Meyer’s Heartless and Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen

HeartlessRed Queen (Red Queen, #1)

I just don’t know which one to pick.

What have you been reading recently? Let me know in the comments below!

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