WWW Wednesday, 1st June 2022

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam over on Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer the following three ‘W’ questions below. I’m pleased to be participating in this event for the first time!

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

Currently Reading:

Persepolis Rising, by James S. A. Corey (Science Fiction)

This is the seventh book of The Expanse series, but actually only the first one I’ve read. I really enjoyed the TV series which deals with the story up to the end of Book 6, and wanted to know what happened next. Plus I was intrigued by what the books were like compared to the show. I’m in the last 20% and finding it exciting!

Recently Finished:

Companion Piece, by Ali Smith (Literary Fiction)

This was such a unique reading experience – a really accomplished, fascinating and captivating piece of contemporary literary fiction. My review is here if you’d like to read more.

Reading Next:

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Historical Fiction)

I’ve heard this book mentioned so much, I’m intrigued to find out if I agree with the hype! The old Hollywood setting is one I think I will enjoy. It’s also my first in the #20BooksofSummer2022 event hosted by Cathy over on 745 Books.

3 responses to “WWW Wednesday, 1st June 2022”

  1. Evelyn Hugo was an interesting one. I enjoyed it, but not as much as the hype made it out to be. Still a really good read.

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    1. Thanks for reading! That’s good to know on Evelyn Hugo, I’m definitely intrigued to try it.

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      1. Hope you enjoy it Emma 🙂

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