Happy Wednesday everyone and welcome to another fabulous WWW Wednesday! Just in case anyone needs a refresher, WWW Wednesday is a meme sponsored by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. To take part, you just have to answer the following questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you will read next?
- False Hearts by Laura Lam (audiobook) – still working through this one. Since I am no longer in the lab, I don’t have all the audiobook time that I used to. I’m at the 50% mark, and things are really starting to heat up. I’m torn with Taema’s naivete, but in the same respect, I find it interesting how effortless it is for her to step into Tila’s shoes. Can’t wait to see happens next.
- Ruthless Gods by Emily A. Duncan (ARC) – I’m finishing up this one now, and I’ll be honest, I am less than impressed. Rather than continuing with the blood magic and world building that I enjoyed from book one, this one is more of a character study of Serefin, Nadya, and Malachiasz. I find myself casually turning the pages without being really invested in this story even with the revelations that we’ve had.
- A Mother’s Lie by Sarah Zettel – I just started this one, so I am only a couple of chapters in, but this one started off with a bang! The prologue was a scene with an attempted kidnapping that doesn’t go how you’d expect. Now the little girl is a teenager 10 years later, and it’s clear that there are lots of secrets that the mother is holding back, and I want to know all of them!
Recently Finished Reading & DNF
- Crave by Tracy Wolff – 3 stars. I had such high, high hopes for this one because I am absolute vampire trash. The world building and supernatural beings in this one is EVERYTHING. The over the top instalove is gag worthy. Here is my review.
- Sin Eater by Megan Campisi (eARC) – DNF. I DNF’d this one around 50%. I just couldn’t get past all the weirdness to be invested in the mystery that was starting to unfold. Additionally, if you have the slightest bit of a weak stomach, this book will definitely make your stomach curdle. I definitely gagged when describing eating a lamb’s head and a deer heart. I just couldn’t with this one.