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WWW Wednesday: June 27, 2018

Hi, everyone! It’s Wednesday once again and it’s time for another WWW Wednesday.


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’ve been seeing a lot of reviews for Bring Me Back and naturally my curiosity was piqued. It was also my first novel from the author but I’ve been reading good reviews of her other works. I just started reading it and so far, I’m intrigued. It is about a couple who went on a holiday to France but then the woman mysteriously disappears. One minute, she’s inside the car when they stopped for a toilet break and the next moment when he got back, the car door’s open and she’s gone.  That’s his version of the story he told the police. Only it’s not completely true. I already have a guess on what will happen just after a couple of pages. I’ll see if I’m right.




Those Other Women was told from multiple perspectives by four different women. It centers on the rivalry between two Facebook groups, the moms and the non-moms. It all started when one mother decided to spy on the non-moms group and report everything and then some, back on the group of mothers. Things escalated quickly when women started confronting each other outside social media. I’d say this book is quite entertaining despite being predictable. I like the drama and the realistic way it was presented. Very relatable.


It’s a toss-up between Harlan Coben’s Play Dead and Find You in the Dark by Nathan Ripley. Both sound equally interesting. Play Dead is about a famous couple, a supermodel and a basketball superstar, who went on a honeymoon to Australia. The husband went on a swim but never came back and believed to be dead. While Find You in the Dark tells the story of a guy who digs up murder victims as a hobby and calling in anonymously his finds.


That’s it for my WWW Wednesday this week. See you again next week and feel free to share your own WWWs below. Have a good day!


4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: June 27, 2018

    1. Sorry about the late reply. I just saw your comment on the spam folder. I really have to check it more often. 🙂 Anyway, I finished it a week ago and I just kind of grew tired of reading to fully enjoy the twisty ending. It’s still a good read, though.

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