WWW Wednesday: March 25, 2020

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words! All you have to do is answers the following three question: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next?


What are you currently reading?




I’m currently listening to the audiobook narrated by Imogen Church, who I must say is very talented, and I’m enjoying the way she portrays different voices. I’m midway through the book and I’m still waiting for the plot to speed up, hopefully there are more interesting developments going forward





I’ve been stuck on this book for forever. The premise is so interesting, but the large cast of characters and jumbled timeline keeps confusing me, especially since I read this book on and off. Hopefully things clear up as I chug along (or maybe I need to pay a little more attention)



What did you recently finish reading?




It’s hard to talk about an anthology, because there are bound to be some stories that are better than others. In Chiang’s case, I liked his longer stories though some of the short ones fell flat for me. Review coming soon!






Just wrapped up this one yesterday, and I need some time to mull over it before writing anything. I have mixed thoughts about this one, because I was so excited for the concept but some parts just didn’t feel right.


What do you think you’ll read next?




So excited to have a buddy read with the amazing Sophie @ reading women writers worldwide! Haven’t started yet (oops) but I’m going to finish up by this weekend and let you know what we think.






Been dying to read this for awhile because of the raving reviews. I haven’t read a lot of YA recently, so I wanted to dip back into my guilty pleasure. Also the sequel, Children of Virtue and Vengance, was just released a few months ago, and I’m hoping I can read that next.



What are you guys reading? Let me know!


21 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: March 25, 2020

  1. Devesh Rai says:

    Currently reading: Hyperion, by Dan Simmons. My second time reading it, one of my favorites books ever.

    Recently read: The Last Argument of Kings, by Joe Abercrombie

    Think I’ll read Lisa Halliday’s Assymetry next if I can get my hands on it. I remember that novel making a lot of waves when it came out in 2018. I recently happened across The New Yorker’s review of it, and it was so stellar that it convinced me to give it a try.

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  2. silverbuttonbooks says:

    The Power kinda pissed me off. I’d like to think that if women were physically more powerful we wouldn’t just turn into the problematic males of our society. I loved the first part and then….boo.

    Still, I cannot wait to see your thoughts!


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