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WWW Wednesdays: 25 September 2019

It’s a bit late in the day, but better late than never!

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WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words.

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you will read next?

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What am I currently reading?

I am 60 odd pages into Never Greener by Ruth Jones. Ruth Jones is a screenwriter and actress, particularly known for writing (and acting in the) comedy series Gavin & Stacy with James Corden. The book is ok so far. I liked the writing, but so far the plot makes me feel uncomfortable as there is a lot of cheating on spouses going on.

I am also listening to the audio book of The Iliad by Homer. I am about 4 hours in with 17 hours remaining, so it will take me a while. I wish I had a physical copy as well, so I could keep track of who the you-know-what they are talking about! I have been meaning to get to this one for ages, so I am happy to finally listen to it.

What did I recently finish reading?

Well, I finished Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan today, book 11 in The Wheel of Time series. It was pretty good. There are so many characters and the world is so well thought out that it is truly impressive. It moves slowly but surely forward. Three books in this series to go. It is a re-read. 🙂

I finished my audio book, which was Becoming by Michelle Obama, shortly after posting my last WWW. Nothing but love for that woman.

Finally, I finished Ramona Blue, by Julie Murphy, which I really enjoyed as well.

It’s been a tricky week and some days I hardly read at all, but hopefully I can catch up on my TBR in the week ahead.

What will I be reading next?

The books left on my September TBR are Drift by Clare Littlemore and Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie. I am unlikely to be able to read both of those before the end of the month, but I guess miracles exist.

One thought on “WWW Wednesdays: 25 September 2019

  1. Better late than never is pretty much my motto most days 😂 Great selection of genres in this post! I’m still working my way through Becoming the audio. It’s better than I was expecting! Jen

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