WWW Wednesday: October 23, 2019

Well, another week has gone by and I haven’t posted anything to my blog since the last WWW. But, at least this week, I HAVE been reading. Yahoo! Thanks to Sam @ Taking on a World of Words for hosting my favorite meme and to everyone who participates because WWW always brings me back!


What Did I Recently Finish Reading?

tunnelofbones

One is better than none right? This was a fantastic follow-up to the first book in the series and I was so pleased to see there will be a third! I love that this one is set in Paris and has Cass and her ghost BFF Jacob running through the city from a particularly dangerous spirit. Spooky, full of historical facts and just plan frighteningly fun.


What am I Currently Reading?

For everyone last week that was worried about Frankenstein, I found it! It was…..in a pile on my bedside table. Safe, but buried. I have made really good progress on this beautiful book. I relishing the writing style and the gorgeous imagery it evokes.

I am deeply into Obsidio as well and it is heart thumping! I can hardly wait to get the time to turn the audiobook on again everyday. My home has never been vacuumed so frequently!

Chapter by chapter I am working through The Art and Science of Hand Reading. It is truly fascinating and I am even taking notes. That makes the work slower but I am hopeful that I will retain more information that way.

Here be Monsters is simply delightful. It is the perfect book to read at the end of a long day and the illustrations are a delight. I shouldn’t have been so daunted by the size of the book because, many times, the pages are short blurbs.


What Will I Read Next?

It is the same list as last week. But, I am participating in this Friday’s 24-hour Readathon so I hope that I will make some serious progress on several fronts this weekend.


Tell me, please!

What’s on your WWW?


 

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  1. Hahaha, you know you don’t have to vacuum to listen to an audiobook right? If I’m desperate I tend to find an excuse to go for a really long walk, but I hate cleaning. I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying Obsidio so much though. I just got my new audible credit so picked up Gemina and can’t wait to read/listen to it.

    I seem to be a book behind you on the Cassidy Blake series too as City of Bones is currently sitting on my bookshelf waiting to be read. I really must make a start on that series, I keep hearing such good things about it.

    Also very happy you’re enjoying Frankenstein. I listened to the first half of it on audio but have to confess I gave up once it switched to the monster’s pov. The writing was fine it was just a little on the slow side for me (and I’m not sure the narrator was the best)

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