Hola, mi amigos! Sorry, that just came out. But yes, hello, hola, no matter which language, you get the point! I hope you guys are all enjoying your Wednesday morning—right now mine is composed of me being more than half asleep and having some vague notions of things I should be doing… But details, details. It’s time for WWW Wednesday, so let’s get to it!
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On a World of Words), where we answer the following questions:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
- Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstorm
I literally just started Not If I See You First this morning, (soooo near the time of which this post is being written) but so far it’s off to an okay start! I’m withholding major judgement until I read more of it, of course.
- Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes
- Tonight the Streets Are Ours by Leila Sales
- Passenger by Alexandra Bracken ?
I recently finished Rebel Spring as part of a read-along, anndddd… I still don’t know what exactly I think of it. I know, I know! I finished this, what, 6 days ago? But.. my feelings are kind of conflicted. I think I liked it?? But it had its downsides. Right now I think my rating would be in the 3-3.5 star range… I have to admit I was expecting more! But still, decent.
Tonight the Streets Are Ours is such a fun book! It was such an unconventional love story in that it will most likely take you by surprise..! I know it did for me, but who knows. I loved the characters and the role they all played, not to mention the theme in general. Overall this was a lovely book!
And of course, as declared in my title, I finally picked up Passenger! Remember how I was wary of reading it due to potential disappointment? Well, for one thing, I have to say I’m kind of glad I went into this with kind of lowered expectations, because I’m sure if I had went in with higher ones, I would’ve been a lot more disappointed. As such, Passenger wasn’t too bad, but it wasn’t 100% perfection, which is a shame because I so greatly enjoyed The Darkest Minds. Oh well.
- Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin
- Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
- More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
- Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
AGH I swear I will read Wolf by Wolf sometime this week! Or if not, the week after, but I WILL READ IT some time or another. I’ve been encountering tons of shrieking fangirling bloggers who are urging me to read this and so I hopefully will get around to it soon!
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard released yesterday, and although I don’t yet have a copy, I’m adding it to my read next this week because I do hope to read it some time! I might try to get it at my library, but I doubt they’ll have a copy so soon, so.. I don’t know yet if I want to buy it, though I might.
More Happy Than Not seems like such a good read!! It’s on my TBR for this month and I thought, what better time than now? So yeah, there’s that. Not sure how it’s gonna turn out, but.. I guess I’ll find out!
I added Anna and the French Kiss kind of suddenly, but I decided it would be a good read for this week, what with Valentine’s Day and everything. 😄 Plus I’ve been so late on catching up with the Stephanie Perkins train—and yes, I must admit I’m curious to see what’s the big deal with Etienne St. Clair!
So that’s it for this week’s WWW Wednesday! As always, let me know your thoughts in the comments; what books on here have you read? What did you think of Passenger, if you read it (and if you haven’t, do you want to read it?) OH AND which book on my read next should I read first? I MUST KNOW THESE THINGS. 😄 Also am I the only one half-asleep at, like, 7:50 AM? Whoops, looks like I read past my bedtime last night.. #noregrets
Alright, I’m craving some chocolate right now and my subconscious tells me I must go and get ready for school, so, happy reading!! Again, feel free to leave your thoughts below, I’m always eager for a chat! ❤