WWW Wednesday | 1 April 2020
This is a simple meme where you have to answer the three W’s of a reader.
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
And then link the host’s blog to your post and if possible leave a comment in theirs.
And getting right on top of our task here we go,
1 ) What are you currently reading?
As of today I am reading The Die of Death by Kenneth B Anderson. I am a part of #TheWriteReads blog tour. And they have generously provided me an e-Copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. The Die of Death is the second book in the The Great Devil War series. I have read the first one, The Devil’s Apprentice again for the #TheWriteReads blog tour. And I liked it so much I right away wanted to be a part of all the blog tours in this series. And that’s how I got this book. I am not going into the details of the first or second book in case you haven’t read it. It is a fun, dark comedy with a witty narrative and interesting characters. Only a few chapters in and I am already enjoying Philip and his new adventures.
2) What did you recently finished?
Yesterday night, I finished An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkenen. I went into it with apprehension because of the largely mixed reviews. But to my surpirse, I enjoyed it and had that typical reading moment where I went ” One more page..few more pages” and finished the entire book yesterday. This is a psychological thriller. It’s about two women and their twisted relationship as a therapist and subject to a psychological experiment which turns into something deeper and affects all their lives. Sounds interesting, right? It is but I can see why some people absolutely didn’t like it. The concept if you buy into it, makes room for an interesting thriller.
3) What do you think you’ll read next?
I have been reading thrillers and a dark comedy on a row. But that is not my usual pick. I love reading contemporary women’s fiction / chic-lit books. So, now it is time for a comfort read which is why I will be reading When Life Gives You Lemons by Fiona Gibson. Viv is the mother of a seven year old and a demanding job. And then on top of it, her husband has a mid life crisis and he compensates it by having an affair. So now Viv, is a single mother all of a sudden and has to deal with it. I know the plot sounds too cliched but the reviews are generally good. It is a light-hearted comedy and I think I might have a good time with it.
Those are my reading updates for the Wednesday. See you next week!!
Let me know your current WWWs in the comments.