Every Wednesday we are linking up with WWW Wednesday. WWW Wednesday is hosted at Taking on a World of Words and asks 3 questions: What are you currently reading?, What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you'll read next? You can click any of the images to go to the Goodreads page for that book!
I am finally, finally reading A Court of Wings and Ruin! I felt myself falling into a reading slump so naturally I picked up the 700 page book I'd been too nervous to read? But I am loving it so far - I'm about a quarter of the way through and so anticipating wherever this is going!
About a Dog was a cute romance with an even cuter dog - if you're a fan of the genre this is definitely one I recommend picking up. I didn't fully fall in love with the romantic interest which was a shame but I adored the main character's friendship group! The Hearts We Sold was an intriguing premise. I really loved the characters and the writing, there were some flaws with the world building but for the most part I really enjoyed this (and absolutely love the Daemon). Daughter of the Burning City I LOVED. Loved. So much. I adored all the characters, the world, the plot, the writing - it was just everything that I had been hoping for. I will have a full review up for this on Saturday! Water in May was a good read, all the characters were compelling. I did have some issues with comments made about the LGBTQ community.
Planning to Read Next:
I am in the biggest fantasy mood at the moment - which is good because I have a ton of unread fantasy on my shelves! The Wish Granter is one I've been really excited for. I loved the first Ravenspire novel and can't wait to dive into this one! The Bone Witch got a lot of hype and I'm frustrated I didn't pick it up when it first came out (my copy took a month to arrive despite being preordered) but I love the whole concept. And Mindy McGinnis is one of my all time favourite authors so I have fairly high hopes for Given to the Sea (although I have heard some bad things).
Good luck for Given to the Sea! Happy reading! :)ReplyDelete
Interesting books. I am curious about Water in May.ReplyDelete
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