WWW Wednesday #30 (9/5/18)

WWW Wednesday is a bookish meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words

It consists on answering these three questions:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently reading

Angels & Demons  (Robert Langdon, #1)

I’ve only just started but I’m liking the style of writing and the fast dramatic pace. I hope the book will be filled with many facts but in a non-complicated way like Digital Fortress. The Illuminati have always been a fascination of mine since I first heard about them when I was younger, and I can also see that there are mixed reviews for this book with a lot of people saying it’s terrible…. I think I’ll like it though as at the moment I’ve been completely sucked in..

everything takes GIF

Recently finished 

The Mark of Athena (The Heroes of Olympus, #3)

I must admit I enjoyed this book considerably more that the two before it. I don’t know why just that I clicked better with the story and really liked the way the characters were finally brought together and how they interacted.. I feel it’s a shame I had to give back the last two books in the series back to the college library as someone else requested them 😦 But one thing’s for certain, I have to find out what becomes of these characters and their quest… Have you read this book? Did you have a favourite in the series? 😛

  What I think I’ll read next

The Drowned World

For so long now I have been intending to read this 😛 After I finish Angels and Demons this will be next on my tbr. I only have four working weeks of college left and one week of holidays and then I’ll be finished until September and wow has it gone quick! A lot of these books I feature are college library books which I can only do my best to finish in time… lol I’m not a speed reader though… is this book as deep as it sounds? 🙂

  baby book story reading GIF

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #30 (9/5/18)

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