WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading!

The Three Ws are:

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

What Am I Currently Reading?

I trawled through my TBR pile on the coffee table—something I haven’t done in months—and picked out GATED PREY by Lee Goldberg for my next read (starting this afternoon.) I forgot I had this one, so I’m looking forward to jumping in as it’s book 3 in the Eve Ronin series.

What have I recently finished reading?

I just finished reading THE CARTOGRAPHERS by Peng Shepherd, this weekend, and, well, I’m not sure wether I’ll be writing a full review, but maybe a mini review, as this one left me frustrated on more than one level.

What am I reading next?

Ha! I’m just about to start a new read, so thinking about what I’ll read after this one, is like asking me to predict the future without a crystal ball. It ain’t gonna happen. I have over 40+ books sat on the coffee table, it could be any one of those. But hey, it might be none of those, as I might go ahead and buy some new books between now and then, right?

And you, what are you currently reading?

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. Oh I’m sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy The Cartographers so much, I’m curious to hear why. I’m listening to Insomnia by Sarah Pinborough and it’s not what I want it to be either 😕 Happy Wednesday!

    1. It was a few things that frustrated me, Inge. Mostly the characters, none of which I really connected with. And I kind of guessed what was going on pretty early, and knew instantly who the antagonist was straight away. All this before I was even half way through.

      I loved the premise of the book, don’t get me wrong. There’s plenty of things the story has going for it. But for me, it was an uneven read despite the fact I read it in 2 days. You might enjoy, so don’t let me put you off.

      And sorry to hear the book you’re listening to isn’t what you thought it would be.

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