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?
I read the first chapter of The Cat Who Saved Books and it was really moving! I am really intrigued to see how the cat comes into this story. I am also listening to The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy on audio. It feels like I have been listening to this book for ages, but I just have not been in an audiobook mood. The book itself is fantastic though and has to potential to become a favourite!
I finally finished Malice and in a shocking turn of events, I enjoyed it quite a bit and will be continuing on with the series. Sundial is a difficult book to talk about and I am not sure how I felt about it. I liked the writing and the tension that Catriona Ward built but the middle dragged for me and I have mixed feelings about the ending. I flew through my eARC of The Weight of Blood, which is something I always do with Tiffany D. Jackson’s books. Could this be her best? I have to sit on it for a minute, but it might be!
The Oleander Sword is finally here! The first book, The Jasmine Throne, was one of my favourite books of last year and I cannot wait to see where this story goes.
16 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday (August 24th, 2022)”
The Cat Who Saved Books looks great! I hope you enjoy it!
I am so far!!
I’m so happy you’re enjoying Hart + Mercy. It’s such a good book!
It really is so much fun! I love the characters already.
I loved The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy! It was such a fun read!
I’m having so much fun with it!
The Cat Who Saved Books is on my TBR, but I’m worried that it will make me cry and I haven’t been in the mood for that style book lately. Still, I’m really curious to (eventually) read it and in the meantime I’ll enjoy your enjoyment of it. 🙂
I’ll definitely post my thoughts and let you know if it is a tearjerker. The first chapter was a little emotional already!
Best Tiffany D Jackson book?! Oh man, I cannot waitttttt to read this one! She never disappoints, and I’m #1 for the audio hold at my library so I can’t wait to jump in once its released!
Ohh that’s awesome! I bet it’s going to be fantastic on audio!
Great post, glad you enjoyed Malice I really want to pick it up at some point
It really surprised me! It definitely took me a minute to get into it but then I was deeply invested!
I hope to read Sundial and Weight of Blood soon!
Both intense books that are perfect for fall!
The Cat Who Saved Books is on my TBR at the moment. I’m really looking forward to it!
It’s such an interesting premise!