WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words and to participate all you have to do is answer the three W’s listed below. Once you’ve posted your WWW, drop a link to your post in Sam’s comments <3’s!
The questions are:
1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finish reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?
Undead Girl Gang By Lily Anderson
So I’m reading this book for Dragons & Tea Book Club. I ended up trading for the arc last year so I’ve been needing a reason to read this book. I was drawn right away to the cover. I have to say but I feel I am the odd man out but I’m not really enjoying this as much as I thought I would. It’s not bad that I wanna dnf it but I’m just not that into it. I mean I’m not that far into the book so I’ll see. I am curious to who the killer is. I feel I have an idea so I will see as I continue the book.
The Cabin at the End of the World By Paul Tremblay
So I was excited to read this book. The plot sounded really interesting and I was hearing good things about it. However I ended up not enjoying it. It had me in the beginning and then it just lost me. I found myself barley paying attention to most of the book. I just wanted to finish it after a while. I saw my friend, Jenna, said that this book should have been a short story. I completely agree with that. It just dragged on for too long. It’s such a shame.
The Favorite Daughter By Kaira Rouda
So I’ve been meaning to read this book for a while now. I haven’t picked it up yet so I picked it for my buddy read this month. I have heard good things and am excited to finally get to it. I feel if I do like it that it will end up being a quick read for me.
What are some books you read, finished, and plan on reading soon? Any of the books above? I would love to hear from you guys in the comments below!
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2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: September 18th 2019”
Oh man I’m so sorry that Cabin fell flat for you. I think back in 2018 at BookCon, the author was there on a panel talking about world building or something like that, and I was curious to see if I would end up reading it. I think it was more horror though and I can’t handle too much horror so I passed. I think sometimes short stories work better than full length novels if that’s it to a story! Maybe this one could have been a short story with others, like part of an anthology or something.
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Yeah I feel this could have possibly been better if it ended up being turned into a short story. I was so invested in the beginning and then after a while I lost my focus. It’s a shame. I know he ended up writing a short story collection so maybe I’ll enjoy that.