WWW Wednesday//March 2, 2022

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:

  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll read next?
books stacked side by side with the words currently reading above them

📚 The Passengers You Cannot See by The Behrg – I got this from NetGalley a while back so I’m working on going through all the eARCs there. It’s a bunch of short stories, and I can read them at my own pace when other books are dragging, or I need a change in genre.

📚 Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez -Why did I think this was a memoir-type novel? I’m about 20ish pages in and I’m liking it a lot more than I thought I would.

📚 The City Among the Stars by Francis Carsac – This is a translation from French and it shows. The dialogue is choppy, and some things don’t add up. It feels… weird? I don’t really know how to phrase it.

📚 The Starless Crown by James Rollins – I REALLY like this book – I’m only a few chapters in but my god. The writing, the world-building THE CHARACTERS! I don’t even care that it’s like a 550ish page book.

books stacked side by side with the words recently finished above them

📚 Leave This Song Behind by – Stephanie H. Meyer, John Meyer, Adam Halwitz, and Cindy Spertner – This was on my NetGalley for a while, I don’t know why I requested it but it was… out of my usual reading.

📚 One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle – This book wrecked me. I was sobbing, and feeling so many emotions. It came out yesterday, and if you liked In Five Years then you’ll like this one. It also made me want to go to Italy…

📚 Remember Me by Estelle Laure – It didn’t get better. There was just so much potential in this novel, but it fell flat. It read like two separate novels split evenly down the middle – before the release of memories and after. Urgh, so much promise, and I was disappointed.

Book stacked vertically with the words reading next on top

📚 Finally getting back to my Canada Reads list – Washington Black by Esi Edugyan is on deck.

What are you reading this week?

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