Happy WWW Wednesday everyone! I haven’t done one of these in a long while… Over a month, to be exact. I’ve done some reading in the meanwhile; I’m actually only ten books away from making my Goodreads Challenge goal, so yay me!
Anyway, WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Books, and all you need to do is answer these three questions:
– What are you currently reading?
– What did you recently finish reading?
– And what do you think you’ll read next?
What I’m currently reading:www wednesday
By Robert Jackson Bennett
I’m currently reading Shorefall, after finishing Foundryside not too long ago. I seriously loved Foundryside, and I hope more people will pick it up, because I don’t want anyone sleeping on this series. I’m about 35% in, and what I love about these books is that they are very fast paced. In both books the action starts from page 1, and the main plot quickly makes itself known to the reader. Shorefall is book two of a planned trilogy, so I have the feeling the ending will wreck me. I think I can let you guys know in a few days.
What I just finished reading:
Hero at the Fall
By Alwyn Hamilton
I finished reading this book somewhere above the Atlantic. I really enjoyed this third and final installment of the Rebel of the Sands trilogy, but I expected a little more confrontation with the Sultan. In fact, I really would’ve like that. For a YA series, there was a surprising amount of dead characters, and I honestly thought Hamilton would pull a Veronica Roth and kill off her MCs. In all, I thought the storyline was great, and I enjoyed the whole series, but the ending was definitely anti-climatic.
What I’ll read next:WWW Wednesday
The City We Became
This question is always tricky, because I’m definitely a mood reader. But, I recently bought The City We Became, read one page, and almost dropped everything else to read it. This book came out March of this year! The premise sounds incredibly interesting, and it takes place in one of my favorite cities: New York! I’ve always kind of loved the glam and grime of New York City, and I’ve visited five times, so I’m excited to see this city come to life in a different way in this book.