WWW Wednesday – 8 December 2021

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. It’s a simple meme where you just have to answer three questions:
– What are you currently reading?
– What did you recently finish reading?
– What do you think you’ll read next?

I think it’s a great way to share my recent reads as I don’t review everything I read and often the reviews I do post are behind what I’m actually reading.

What I’m currently reading
Rules of Wolves by Leigh Bardugo
I have about three hours left of the audiobook so I wouldn’t be surprised if I finished it today. Everything’s building to all-out war but I think some characters might have a few more tricks up their sleeves and I’m looking forward to seeing how everything turns out.

 

What I recently finished reading
Shepherd of Solitude: Selected Poems by Amjad Nasser
I definitely haven’t read that much recently but the last book I managed to get through was a poetry collection. My review is coming tomorrow if you’d like to know more but I did like how you could see how the poets themes and styles changed a bit over time.

 

What I think I’ll read next
Cadence of the Moon by Oscar Núñez Olivas
I started this book months ago and would like to finish it before the end of the year. I’m a big believer in DNF-ing books but I do find it hard to actually do that when it comes to books for my Read the World Project. I think it’s the way the author describes women that put me off a bit but it’s less than 300 pages so if I actually put the time in to read it, it shouldn’t take me that long.

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