May 13, 2020
Happy Wednesday friends!! Even though I have been stuck in the house for two months, somehow these weeks seem to be flying by! I only have two more weeks before my husband and I move into our first house!! That is something to be excited for, but more importantly, I have actually remembered to make a WWW Wednesday post three weeks in a row!
WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam on Taking on a World of Words. If you want to join in on the fun, be sure to tag the original post in the link above. Or feel free to answer the questions in the comment section below! And please feel free to leave your link in the comments as well.
What are the three Ws:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I know that Supernova was on my currently reading last week and technically speaking, I had read the first chapter :-P; however, I have had a little bit more time and have actually gotten a bit further into this series finale. I am really loving this series and happy that we decided to buddy read it. I really need to pick up my pace though, so Thi doesn’t leave me behind!
Speaking of buddy reading, I am also trudging right along on my Harry Potter reread that I am reading with another book friend! We are on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Something about this book in particular is just even better than the movie. I believe all the books are superior to the movies, but this one just takes it even one step further.
Escaping from Houdini has been my favorite book in this series so far. Although, all of the books have been very beautifully written. They hold your attention from start to finish and the characters are so well done. I cannot get enough of Audrey Rose and Mr. Thomas Creswell! I can’t wait to finish out this series next month, though I am a little sad for it to be over.
A Million Junes was a buddy read for a Facebook group read and I am so happy this was the book that was chosen. I thoroughly enjoyed the magic realism in this story and felt that it was done extremely well. Sometimes magic realism takes over a story and it detracts from the overall feel of the plot- this is not one of those books. This book is such a beautifully written whimsical story that I would definitely recommend!
So if you all recall, In Five Years was also on my WWW Wednesday post last week and I had planned on starting it next, but I was a little slow on my other reads. So this one will hopefully be started before next Wednesday, but I make no promises!
The Unwilling is a stand-alone YA fantasy!! You read that correctly, an actual YA fantasy that is not a series!! This book was chosen for my local book club and I have to fit it in before next Thursday for our Zoom meeting. I am looking forward to starting it this weekend and see how they managed to do this without five thousand other books 😛
As always, thank you all so much for stopping by our blog! We truly appreciate all the love and support! Have you read any of these books? What are you currently reading? Let’s have a little chat down in the comments!