I was a bit worried I might have ended up with another busy week of work, but thankfully I am getting use to writing these posts, I am slowly planning them ahead of time. Now I need to find others I can do this with. Any suggestions? Leave in the comments please.
I first saw this on Aimee’s My Life in Books blog and it is also being hosted on the Taking on a World of Words blog, and it has had me wondering as to what it is. So, here is what goes down – Answer the next three questions in a post, share the link in the comments thread on Taking on a World of Words – I personally, will be leaving each new post in both.
Anyway, here are the three questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
I literally started reading The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard only yesterday and already it has a draw of interest. I’ve only gotten through the first chapter and the fighting arena with the Silvers appeared very dramatic. I really liked it, even when I got an inkling that the smaller of the fighters was going to win. I’m hoping to get a bit more read of it today, since I finally have a few days off from work.
I am also really loving The Bone Season story now. The dynamic between Paige and the Warden is rather interesting, though I am at a point where I can almost see a love interest happen at some point (possibly) in the story. I would like to see this story not delve down that path and Paige can get through living in with the Rephs. I think I am about half-way through the book now, and if given the chance I may finish it sometime next week, least I hope to in anyway.
I couldn’t get over on how Three Dark Crowns ended. I enjoyed the book as a whole, but the ending to me seemed rather abrupt, leaving me with questions that I am now waiting for when the next book is out. I do hope my questions will be answered, or at least some of the theories that I have now considered to be answered. I won’t mention them here, just in case there are some who have not gotten the chance to read this story yet.
I can’t even say that I have a favourite that I hope wins, if anything there are a few characters that make me frown while I read. Or maybe want to punch them in the face if they were real people. Though who knows, by the end they may either all be dead, or completely change their views. Who knows? I can’t wait though to see the three sisters battle it out, will be a great scene to picture.
The problem with having such a massive TBR pile, the decision to pick just one book out of a possibility of around 30+ is rather hard. I’ve listed a number of different books in my previous WWW Wednesday posts and most are all still there, pretty much. It will fully depend on which book I finish next as to what I may decide to read.
It could be a classic that I have in ebook format, such as The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, or 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. Or it could be a book I have on my shelves, which could be either The Shelters of Stone by Jean M. Auel, 1914: Riding Into War by Susan Brocker, or Desolation by Derek Landy. Either way, I have quite a few to choose from.
So that is my latest WWW Wednesday, and first for the month of August. What is everyone else reading, or just finished. Let me know in the comments below.