WWW Wednesday #1

Wahey there! This is my first time joining in on the WWW Wednesday, hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. I’ve seen these posts all over but now I’ve decided to finally join in!

The Three Ws are: 

What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

What did you recently finish reading?

 

Second Star by J.M. Sullivan – I liked this one – Peter Pan, spaceships, a spunky Wendy. 

The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily Danforth – As much as I did like this one, I also thought it was a bit drawn out. 

What are you currently reading? 

So I currently have 6!!! books that I’m reading at the moment (honestly why @ me). I’ll list them from oldest to newest.

 

No Man of Woman Born by Ana Mardoll – I’m about 70 something percent finished with this one, so I might be finished with it soon. I’m really liking it – it’s a very diverse short story anthology and well-written

Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay – I’m interested to see how it carries on and I’ve seen from other reviews that it features the drug war that’s still on in the Philipines. 

Saint Young Men by Hikaru Nakamura – The idea is what drew me in – Jesus and Buddha being roommates. And it’s a black and white manga – my first black and white comic/graphic novel (yes, I know there’s a difference between all three, but I’m guessing you understand what I mean)

Odd One Out by Nic Stone – I’ve barely read anything of this, so I don’t have much to say of this. 

The Confectioner’s Guild by Claire Luana – I’ve also just started this one but I do like it so far, and yes, I’m very excited and hoping it’ll tell us all about the cupcakes. We need that. 

White Cat by Holly Black – This is a buddy read with Meeghan! And if you’re wondering why the cover looks weird – it’s the audiobook – as this is my first audiobook! I’m liking this book so far, it’s good and gripping. 

What do you think you’ll read next?

A List of Cages by Robin Roe 

Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Here There Are Monsters by Amelinda Bérube

Listen, I’m probably missing more, but I’ll stop by just those two and see how the rest goes. 

Hope you’re having a great day! Happy reading!

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18 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #1”

  1. I only vaguely remember reading Cameron Post, though I’ve been meaning to see if I can get access to the movie – definitely interested to see how it translates. Little Fires Everywhere was a pretty interesting contemporary read so I hope you enjoy; Patron Saints is coming up on my TBR so I look forward to seeing what you think, same with A List of Cages!

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    1. I watched the movie – I do like the movie but the movie doesn’t include much of her childhood – which I really liked.
      I loved reading Ng’s other novel (the name escapes me now) but I’m excited to Little Fires Everywhere.
      Ooh can’t wait to share how I felt/thought about Patron and List!

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  2. I tried reading Cameron Post, but it was kinda boring lol so I DNF-ed real quick. I did see the movie and thought it was better. The audiobook of Little Fires Everywhere is very interesting, I hope you listen to it soon 🙂 great post!

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  3. Oh I absolutely love the cover of second star!

    Six?! HOW. I never went past three I think 😂 but totally unable to do that now..
    I actually forgot what I just finished.. ahah but currently reading Meet me in Cockleberry Bay, follow up of The Cornershop of Cockleberry Bay that I deeply loved.

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    1. I think I will have 3 or something books currently reading but I have more fun reading little bits of each book, for some reason – even though reading like three at a time will be faster. Good to hear books that you enjoyed! It’s so important!

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