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WWW Wednesday: August 22, 2018

Hi, everyone!

I hope you are all doing great. It’s Wednesday once again and it’s time for another WWW post.


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?



Zombies in Paris. Now, that’s interesting. Only it’s my third time to give this book a chance and definitely the last. If this time it didn’t work for me then I have no choice but to abandon it. It’s not like I didn’t make an effort, right?



I just finished How (Not) to Marry a Duke that tells the story of a theater make-up artist who inherited a fortune and a duke who’s in a huge amount of debt. The thing is she can only get her inheritance once she got married to a man with a title. And since the duke can provide that for her in return to paying his debts, the two was forced to get married despite hating each other. I like the plot and it is really promising. There are some good stuff, sure, but there’s just so many issues I had with this book to fully enjoy it.



I’ll be reading next the psychological thriller The Wife Before Me that revolves around a grieving woman who fell in love with a man who also lost his wife. But their relationship has been haunted by the memory of his dead wife and the mystery surrounding her death. It sounds intriguing. 


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



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