Hey, how you guys are doing? So, this is another first for me. After Music Monday, WWW Wednesday is the other weekly meme I decided to participate in to be a bit more active in blogging.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam@Taking on a World of Words. To participate, just answer the three questions below and link back to her or simply put your answers in the comments section on her blog so she can check out your answers.
The three WWW questions are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I got The Date from NetGalley. And it’s really intriguing how one date drastically changed one woman’s life when she woke up the next day not recognizing the face she’s staring at in the mirror and all the other people she knows. In an unexplainable reason (Yet! I know some logical explanation will come), she developed face blindness. And oh, it’s not only that, someone is out there driving her crazy, determined to destroy her. I’m excited to finish this and see how things will play out.
Meanwhile, I got the copy of Those Other Women from Edelweiss and I’m just a few pages in but so far I really find it interesting. A woman found out that her husband is cheating with her best friend and decided to put up an exclusive Facebook group page where only women who don’t want to have kids, like her, are allowed to join. But one of them is an imposter and is out to bring chaos.
I finished reading Whisper yesterday and I am disappointed because I want to read more. Good news is it’s a first book of the series and I can’t wait for the next book to come. It’s a YA science fiction novel set in Sydney and is about a teenage girl who’s been locked up for over two years in a secret government facility. She’s been subjected to physical training, as well as physical and mental experiment. The thing is, in all those time, she never uttered a single word. Truly interesting and engaging, though I have a bit of an issue on when things come to light.
I also just speed through The Killing Type, as it is a really short story of sisters who seem to not like each other. When one claimed her husband is trying to kill her, the other didn’t believe her. But then, months later, someone ends up dead. As it’s only about 50 pages, there’s not much room for development whatsoever. It is all rushed despite the interesting plot and the surprising twist, and it took away the chance to fully enjoy it. If it’s a full-length novel, I’m pretty sure I’d like it.
I’ll be reading next The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Short Stories by Tim Burton and Love and The City by Sophie Kinsella and Lauren Weisberger. Both, I checked out from the library and both have French translations. Also, both books are pretty short but the library doesn’t have that much choices when it comes to English books.
So, there goes my first WWW. Thank you for dropping by and feel free to share your own WWWs, too.