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WWW Wednesday – 24th February 2021

The final sprint of Waywarathon!

Welcome to my WWW Wednesday meme post, originally hosted by Taking in a World of Words. All I need to do is answer the three questions below which all start with a W.

The three W’s are
  1. What are you currently reading?
  2. What did you recently finish reading?
  3. What do you think you’ll be reading next?

Peter Pan by J. M. BarrieWywardathon – I’m only 70 pages in and they are on their way to Neverland. It’s wordier that expected but its always interesting to read the original version of Disney stories.

Ruin and Rising (Grishaverse #3) Leigh BardugoWaywardathon – Just started this this morning. I’m having a sick day today so I’m hoping I can get through most of it today.

Beach Read by Emely Henry – This was yesterdays sick day read. It was just what I wanted. Something new, something fresh and something sweet. I loved the writers block background and plot line.

Interview with the Vampire (Vampire Chronicles #1) by Anne RiceWaywardathon – this was fun but slow as expected from an adult fantasy. I enjoyed this read even though I didn’t know what to expect when I started But i think I was a bit hesitant. Unsure if I’ll continue with the series but I’m curious about Anne Rice’s other books. Maybe i should read the wolves?

A Court of Silver Flames (ACOTAR #4) by Sarah J Maas – I loved it but I wasn’t swept away by it. Cassian will forever be my favourite character no matter what.

My February TBR is filled with ARCs but my Wayward readathon TBR is also filled with a good mix of books. I won’t be able to get to any more of them though so my next pick will be off the March TBR.

until next time

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 24th February 2021

  1. Enjoy your reading! I hope to reread Ruin and Rising sometime soon!
    I’m currently reading The Black Prism and Concrete Rose!


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    1. I know how you feel about silver flames. I was happy for them and everything and it was really nice to be back with “friends” but still. It lacked something. I hope you end it with a content feeling at least 😁 thank you I’m much better!

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  2. Rice’s books don’t tend to be very action-y. They’re more like people just recounting histories. I’m not sure about her wolf books though–I haven’t read those! I think the most fast paced book I’ve read by her is The Tale of the Body Thief but you have to read through two other books to get to that one so… lol.

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