WWW Wednesday, 8th 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.

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

Currently Reading: At the moment I’m listening to Tiamat’s Wrath, Book 8 of The Expanse series, as I rock the baby to sleep at night. As a treatise on imperialism and underground resistance it’s not exactly a lullaby, but baby is too little to know the difference right now! I’m also reading The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin as an e-book and enjoying the style of writing so far – really interesting with one point of view in second person.

Just Finished: I finished the audiobook of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, which I found really very engaging, though possibly a single-read book for me. I also finished Persepolis Rising, the precursor to Tiamat’s Wrath, and finally These Great Athenians – a Greek myth reimagining with which I’ve fallen in love, and you can read the review here!

Reading Next: I got The Dance Tree out of the library a few days ago and it’s been sitting waiting for me to finish other things… I’m looking forward to starting this one.

3 responses to “WWW Wednesday, 8th June 2022”

  1. Glad you enjoyed Evelyn Hugo. I’ve been meaning to read Jemisin too, though I have no idea when I’ll get to it. Have heard good things about Dance Tree–hope you enjoy it, Emma

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    1. Thank you! I’m expecting to be a little heartbroken from Dance Tree given what I’ve heard about the themes… But what else do we read for 😉

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