WWW Wednesday (31/10/18)

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

Soul of the Fire (Sword of Truth, #5)

Loving this at the moment! It seems to be full of twists and there have been many intense moments along the way. I find I really get on with this series and the authors character development, so while I don’t like every key character they are still well thought of. I find one of my main problems with these books are the lack of a map as I myself have always enjoyed tracking characters journeys on maps at the front in fantasy books and love getting an idea of the lay of the land. The settings are still well described though!


Recently finished 

Sword and Serpent

This was actually a DNF for me. I tried to be positive about this and seem to enjoy it before realising that things just weren’t working out. The character development here was very poor with me not feeling any connection with any of the characters and later on I lost connectivity with the historical world. I lost interest in these characters journeys and know I have too many other books on my library TBR to be forcing myself through this 😛


What I think I’ll read next

Hex Hall (Hex Hall, #1)

I’m doing a reread of this as I have the second book out from the library and hardly remember anything about this one. I do remember it being quite simple, quirky and entertaining in its writing and the way it was delivered. I love the cover designs for these books though and its a series I will have to request the library buy the rest of, but it was definitely light and enjoyable. Hmm wonder what I’ll think of it this time around… I have good feelings though 🙂

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2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (31/10/18)

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