WWW Wednesday: 7th March 2018

Hellooo! It’s that time of the week again yay! I’ve read quite a bit this week even though it’s been a fairly busy week – having a snow day on Friday really helped!

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What are you currently reading? 

I’m currently reading St Grizzle’s School for Girls, Geeks and Tag-along Zombies. I’m kind of enjoying it; I imagine that when I was younger I would have really enjoyed it, but I’m finding it a bit slow and lacking substance. I’m also reading Suffragette by David Roberts which is so informative and beautiful – I’m loving it! The only issue is, because it’s a NetGalley title, the text has got a bit jumbled up in places on my Kindle app.

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What did you recently finish reading?

I finished two books this week – More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer, and The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu. I loved both of them and have rated them both 4*. More Than We Can Tell is set in the same world as Letters To The Lost which was really nice! It was good to be able to go back and see Rev’s story. The Truth About Alice I just couldn’t put down; it was such a good read! The only thing that let it down was that it didn’t really conclude as such and I felt like I hadn’t really got enough out of it; there was a lot of potential. Nevertheless, I did really enjoy it and think it does carry an important message.

What do you think you’ll read next?

So many books, too little time! Next from my ever-growing TBR, I think I’ll read The List of Real Things by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald, Wingbound by Heather Trim and The Astonishing Colour of After by Emily X R Pan.

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