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WWW Wednesday (2/22/23)

Hello readers! I am back with another WWW Wednesday. I can’t believe I’m here two weeks in a row. I am writing this the night before because my Mom’s birthday is tomorrow, well today for you.

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.

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I’m currently reading the 6th book in the Wayward Children series. This is the first one that isn’t connected to any of the other books.

We follow an intersex girl named Regan who finds a doorway to a world called Hooflands with unicorns, centaurs and all other kinds of creatures.

This one feels more on the middle grade side of things. I’m not complaining, but I’m seeing a lot of reviews of people who don’t like that. I like that every world is so different from next when we see them. I am only 20% in, so my opinion could change.

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This is the sequel to From the Desk of Zoe Washington. Without giving too much away, I was really excited for this book because it was going to focus on the food aspect that book one mentioned, but didn’t go into.

In book one, Zoe was trying to get on this food competition show, but we never got to see her do it. In book two, it’s two years later and shes working at this bakery as a cashier, as she is only 14 and can’t work in a kitchen yet, and she wanted to open her own restaurant with a family member.

For me, the ending was just too abrupt. It could’ve been 50 or so pages longer. There were a few hurdles she had to jump over to fund the restaurant, and they just are magically fixed in the last chapter, then its over. It was such an amazing book, it just needed a little more.

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This is book 7 in the Wayward Children series. We follow Cora, who was the MC in book 3. She is transfered to another school called Whitethorn Institute. I am not 100% sure, but I think this school believes all the kids are crazy and did not visit other worlds. Of course, the parents always believe that, but Eleanor West never did.

I’m excited to see Cora again. She went to a mermaid centered world. Even though she is the main character in Beneath the Sugar Sky, the main plot doesn’t involve her much. She is mostly just there for it all.

I am VERY close to getting Becoming Free Indedd, so I might get to it this month. This is a non-fiction following one of the Duggar kids from the 2000s show 19 Kids and Counting. My parents LOVED that show and I watched it with them.

I am fully aware now that the Duggars are a cult and Jinger sees it, too. In this book, Jinger tries to break free of the fear that was instilled in her as a kid. She is still religious, but doesn’t believe in fear mixed with religion, which it shouldn’t be.

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