WWW Wednesday – More Rereads

Happy Wednesday everyone! I am so close to being done with my thesis. And then after I submit that, I still get to write a paper on cyber security… great times!! But honestly, writing a 4000 word paper seems like a piece of cake now.

Anyway,WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Books, and all you need to do is answer these three questions:rereads

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

So I haven’t done a WWW Wednesday in like a month, so this one is going to be slightly long. Despite being busy with uni stuff, I actually managed to read quite a bit, so I’m going to tell you about every book. Hope you’re ready!

What I’m Currently Reading

King of Scars

By Leigh Bardugo

I literally started reading this book yesterday. I’ve been going on a Grishaverse rereading spree because I wanted in on the Shadow & Bone nostalgia without watching the show. I’m going to watch the show when I’ve turned in all my uni stuff, because I have no self control and will get unnecessarily attached to the show and become useless. Anyway, I recently bought Rule of Wolves, so this reread was necessary anyway. I remember basically nothing from King of Scars.

What I Recently Finished

Son of the Storm

By Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Before I started my Grishaverse rereads I had an ARC to read. By now this book has already been published! Anyway I really enjoyed this one, despite it having a slow start. I enjoyed the world and I liked the complexity of the characters. I do hope that now that the world has been established, the second book will be a little bit more fast-paced. You can read my full review here!

Shadow and Bone Trilogy

By Leigh Bardugo

You’ll forgive me if I don’t add every book separately, that’s a lot of work lol. Anyway, I read the whole Shadow and Bone trilogy in about one week. I had also forgotten almost everything. Main ideas were still there, but the how and the why were completely lost. So in other words, this reread was a lot of fun! It also made me think about all the other books I think I remember but probably don’t… Oh well, at least this way I’ll never run out of books to read. Every reread will be like the first time!

All Systems Red

By Martha Wells

Took a brief break from all Grisha stuff to read All Systems Red. And I do mean very brief, because this book is small. There isn’t a lot of world building, but for some reason it isn’t really necessary to know about the world, because the whole story takes place in one place. It was a lot of fun though! Murderbot is so awkward. I believe with the exception of one, all these books are around 100 pages, so they’re perfect to read in between larger books!

Six of Crows Duology

By Leigh Bardugo

You’re getting a two-for-one deal again, because I read Crooked Kingdom, too. I read both Six of Crows books not that long ago, and yet I had forgotten everything about these books, too. Especially what happened in Crooked Kingdom. I have this weird thing where I remember first books in series better than later books, and I don’t know why, because you’d think I would remember the one more recently read better?? Brain is weird. Anyway, just like with Shadow and Bone, these rereads were a lot of fun! Minus that one part. I’m still sad about that.

What I’ll Read Next

Rule of Wolves

By Leigh Bardugo

This probably isn’t a surprise, haha. But after I finish King of Scars I’m going to finally read Rule of Wolves! I’ve heard only good things about this book so far, so I’m really excited to read it. Also, it looks soooo good next to my copy of King of Scars. It seems that some other old characters are making cameos, and that it’s full of twists and turns, and I LOVE plottwists. Anyway, I hope to have finished both King of Scars and Rule of Wolves by next week!rereads

That’s it for today! After this I’m probably going to stop rereading books for a while so I can actually focus on the rest of my TBR. It’s looking at me with murder in its eyes right now… If you don’t hear from me, my TBR crushed me.

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