WWW Wednesday, 11 January 2023

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: 

The characters are all terrible terrible people and I love them and fear for their safety.

Recently Finished:

Honestly brilliant, I’m reeling from the ending. Can’t wait to post a proper review.

About to start:

I need something shorter and perhaps … lighter… after the two dark stories above. So of course I’m going for a Fredrik Backman, who consistently rips out my heart with his stories. 🙄

8 responses to “WWW Wednesday, 11 January 2023”

  1. Babel is on my TBR list…I just haven’t gotten to it yet! I’m currently reading Mimi Matthews’ The Siren of Sussex. Last read was The Snow Child. Not sure what I’ll read next…maybe Babel!

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    1. Oh The Snow Child has been on my wish list since it was the starter book for Six Degrees of Separation a few weeks ago – I loved how fairytale it sounded. Did you enjoy it?

      I hope you like Babel if you read it. I found it really imaginative and also thought provoking.

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      1. I did enjoy it! I loved the depictions of Alaska—the environment almost took on its own character because of how vivid the author describes it. I will be writing a review of it on my blog soon, so be sure to follow along! I’ll be sure to let you know what I think about Babel when I get to it!

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      2. Oh great – I look forward to reading your thoughts a lot!


  2. Ive got babel om my TBR list i cant wait to eventually pick it up, im currently reading Get a life , chloe brown

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    1. I hope you enjoy it! Get A Life, Chloe Brown looks fun!


  3. I’ve heard only good things about Babel and hope I can pick it up sometimes. I’ve only read the Poppy War by Kuang but I liked it very much. I’ll look out for your thoughts on The Secret History

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    1. Ah great to hear you liked The Poppy War – I do want to read more of Kuang’s books now.


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