WWW Wednesday (October 20th, 2021)

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words! All you have to do is answers the following three questions:

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

Currently Reading

I am so excited to be reading The Book of Magic, which is the last book in the Practical Magic series. I absolutely adore Alice Hoffman’s writing and this is by far my favourite witchy series. I will be sad to see it end, but I am curious to see how the Owens family finally breaks their curse.

Just Finished

I had no idea going into The Lighthouse Witches that it would become one of my favourite books of all time. Everything about this book worked for me, from the setting to the characters to the lore. I loved all three perspectives and thought that the mystery element was interesting. If you are looking for a Gothic, witchy read, The Lighthouse Witches is for you!

Starting Next

I thought I would make this a witchy-themed week and finally start A Discovery of Witches! I have had the boxed set since Christmas of last year and have been saving it for this time of year. I also want to read the book before watching the TV adaptation!

What are you currently reading?

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10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (October 20th, 2021)

  1. I’m currently reading Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. So far, it is shaping up to be an interesting story. The author has a background in zoology and animal behaviour and I can see she has incorporated her knowledge of these two fields into her story. So far so good.

  2. Enjoy you reading! A Discovery of Witches has been on my TBR for so long, need to read it!
    I just started Starsight and Dragon Haven!

  3. Such a great list of books. I have heard a lot of people enjoy The Lighthouse Witches. And I have the Practical Magic series on my TBR.

  4. Currently: “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle” Haruki Murakami
    Just done: “Beloved” Toni Morrison
    On deck: “As I Lay Dying” William Faulkner

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