WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On a World of Words. It’s a meme that takes place every Wednesday, where the posters discuss 3 Ws:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
📚 Five Litle Indians by Michelle Good – Onto the next book in Canada Reads!
📚 Remember Me by Estelle Laure – I’m going into this one blind. It’s something about lost memories? It comes out in March 2022.
📚 Life in the City of Dirty Water by Clayton Thomas-Muller – I normally don’t read memoirs/non-fiction but I always make an exception for Canada Reads. I’m really glad I read this book because it gave me insight and perspective of what white Canadians are doing to harm Indigenous people. I think it’s always important to read different perspectives, especially different Canadian perspectives. To see how Clayton has overcome his trauma and to become the person he is today was astounding. He is resilient and I can’t wait to see this book come to life in the debates. This is a contender in my eyes.
📚The Memory Collectors by Kim Neville – This was just okay – I think I had high expectations for this novel and they fell flat.
📚The Maid by Nita Prose – This just made me so frustrated with the main character. I went on a 20-minute about how much I disliked this novel. I might have also expressed all my feelings writing the review which will come out next week.
📚 Scarborough by Catherine will be my next read. I still have more Canada Reads books trickling in, a lot of them have holds on them because everyone is now reading them before the debates at the end of March.
What are you reading this week?