Hello readers! I’m back again for another WWW Wednesday. I want to thank everyone for sticking around! I’ve had a really rough year so far and I’m trying to get back into it. As of right now, I am hoping to post 3 times a week, one of those being a WWW Wednesday, but I might post twice on occasion. I am nowhere near being able to go back to my 4 times a week, but I’m happy to see everyone here.
If you’re interested in a spoiler for tomorrow, the post will be a book haul! I don’t do those often, so please don’t miss it!
If you don’t know, WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Taking On a World of Words where you share what you have read recently, are currently reading, and will read next. You can do this EVERY week, or as often as you like.
Skyward follows Spensa. She is the daughter of a disgraced pilot who tried to desert a battle. She wants to become a pilot as a deserter’s daughter but has to jump through a lot of hoops due to the bias against her.
I’ve been reading this one all month, but I am enjoying it! I am hoping to finish it by the end of the month, but we will see. This book has inspired me to try more scifi in the future and see if I do actually like it.
This one follows quite a few characters recounting the experiences of Daisy Jones and a band called The Six and why that band broke up.
I didn’t think I would like this one either. I don’t enjoy the interview format, but I have been listening on audio and it doesn’t bother me as much. It is fun to listen to all the different characters recount the same situation and remember it differently. If you told me this was a true story, I would believe it. It just feels real, especially with the audio.
This one follows two sisters who are newly attending a boarding school and another boy, who is kind of like an undead Frankenstein. The boy’s dad kills a child once every 13 years to keep his son alive.
I bought this graphic novel at my local library and read it in one sitting. I don’t think this was a bad story, but it needed to be much longer. The plot is predictable and a lot of side plots are left open. Maybe it could’ve been a series or something.
I know, I know. I said I wouldn’t read this series anymore, but here we are. My library recently acquired books 2 and 3, so I’m giving it one more shot.
It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy the story, I just hated that it ended once it got interesting. I need more story in these books.
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