WWW Wednesday

I’ve been pretty good and posting this one every week… I’m impressed with myself

WWW Wednesday is a bookish tag hosted by Taking On A World Of Words so that I can keep my blogging world up to date with what I am currently reading! So there are three questions for this tag:

  1. What are you reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What are you planning on reading next?

Write your answers in the comments below or join in on the tag!


Currently reading:

Cinder – Marissa Meyer 

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For the month of October, I am reading fairytale retellings and inspired books. I have a huge pile that has been waiting for me for a long time. I think I bought Cinder back in April and haven’t touched it as I wanted to own the whole Lunar Chronicles series before I started reading. This is a nice and relaxing read and I am looking forward to seeing how Marissa Meyer has retold this fairytale. Cinderella is one of my favourite stories (the songs in the movie are the best!). I’m hoping that Cinder is as badass as she seems in the first few chapters. Plus Iko is a huge bonus, everyone needs an android best friend right?

 


Recently finished:

What If It’s Us – Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

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OK – So I had been warned that Adam Silvera had a history of breaking hearts and thank GOD my heart remained intact for this one. To be honest, I think the part that was meant to tear my heart in two didn’t do the job. I must be unphased by teenage drama? Who knows? I really did enjoy this one, but not as much as I thought I would.

My review for this will be going live next Monday! Keep an eye out!

 


Planning to read next:

Sea Witch – Sarah Henning 

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This book has had my attention for so LONG! I had to hunt down the hardcover version of it because it was too pretty not to have. Australia only stocks the paperback (wtf Australia?). The Little Mermaid is one of my favourite tales (as you can probably tell from me choosing 3 different versions to read this month). Maybe I should write up a comparison at the end of the month? Anyway, man, I can rant on, can’t I? This sounds like it is going to be intense and I am going to strap myself right in.

3 thoughts on “I’ve been pretty good and posting this one every week… I’m impressed with myself

  1. Ah I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy What If It’s Us as much as you thought you would! I know what you mean though. That one was actually much more lighthearted and fun compared to Adam Silvera’s own novels – his others are way, way sadder but also so much more brilliant!

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