WWW Wednesday – 29th March 2017

It’s that time of the week again. It’s time for WWW Wednesday, which is a weekly summary chronicling the books we’ve just read, the books we are currently reading and the books that we are going to read. Hosted by Taking on a World of Words, I find it’s an awesome meme to participate in because it gives you the chance to meet like-minded bloggers and provides you with ample opportunity to expand upon your TBR list.

Taking part is simple. All you’ve gotta do is answer the three Ws below and post a link to your answers here.

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The three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?

What did you recently finish reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading

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I have to confess, this is my first time reading high fantasy (fantasy peeps, is that the right term?) and, well…I’m a convert. Absolutely loving Kings of the Wyld so far, so much so that the prospect of finishing it terrifies me. I don’t want this adventure to end! Also, how badass is this front cover? To quote a much overused meme, they look like they’re about to drop the sickest album of 2017. I’m thinking something along the lines of death metal?

Recently finished reading

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Unsettling, hairs-on-the-back-of-your-neck raising and intense, An English Ghost Story is a much needed shake up of the haunted house genre. You can check out my review here.

Next on my reading list

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Having enjoyed the first book in the Earthen Witch series, I decided it high time to delve back into this world. Feel free to check out my review for the first book, Just Breathehere.

6 comments

  1. Kings of the Wyld is epic, I loved it, awesome book, I’m the one who badgered Danielle (books, tea and vertigo) into reading it, such a fun read, it’s got everything that you could want in fantasy.😀

    Have to disagree about the cover though, it’s awesome and fits the book well but nah, not 2017 death metal, that red font just screams 1980’s poodle perm hair metal bands!😂

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    • It’s not something I’d normally read but Danielle’s review was so positive and enthusiastic that I found I couldn’t not give it a try 😛 Like I said, definitely a fantasy convert! I have a new found respect for fantasy writers. It must take a hell of a lot of time, effort and dedication to craft such an intricate world.
      On second glance, I see what you mean about the font. I hadn’t even taken that into consideration, I was just looking at their dramatic stances 😛

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