Today I’m taking in part in This Week in Books, which was started by Lipsyy Lost and Found! If you want to join in you just need to share what you’re reading now, what you’ve read over the last week, and what you hope to read next.
Song of the Robin by R. V. Biggs
I just started this book last night but it’s got me gripped already and I’m looking forward to reading more of it over the coming days.
The Neighbour by Fiona Cummins
I loved Fiona Cummins first novel and I’m enjoying this one even more! It’s full of intrigue and it’s really creepy!
The Hate List by Jennifer Brown
This is my current audio book and I’m enjoying it, I’m intrigued to see where the story is going to go.
TWA 800: The Crash, The Cover-Up and The Conspiracy by Jack Cashill
I’ve read a bit more of this book over the last week and I am finding it really interesting. There’s just a lot of people and references throughout and my brain is struggling to keep track at the moment but I hope to get back to this properly very soon.
The Case of Mary Bell by Gitta Sereny
This book was fascinating and it’s left me with lots to think about with regards to how children who kill are dealt with. I loved Gitta’s writing style and I definitely want to read more of her non-fiction books in the future.
Amazing Grace by Kim Nash
I adored this novel, it’s one of my favourite books of the year so far! I reviewed it on here yesterday so you can read my full thoughts here if you’d like to know more.
Between the Regions of Kindness by Alice Jolly
This book was chunkier than I was expecting it to be but I still read it in just two sittings as it’s such a brilliant and absorbing novel. I really did love this one and keep thinking about it ever since I finished it. I’ll be reviewing it on Friday for the blog tour so please keep a look out for that.
The Forgotten Sister by Caroline Bond
I’ve got a copy of this one on my kindle and I’ve been so looking forward to reading it so this feels like it might be the week to pick it up!
Worst Case Scenario by Helen Fitzgerald
This is another ARC and as I’ve loved previous books by the author I’m really keen to read it asap so hopefully I’ll get chance to start it this week.
The Upstairs Room by Kate Murray-Browne
I’ve had this book on my TBR for a while now and I’ve kept putting it off because it sounds a bit too creepy for me. I’m just in the mood for it now though so I think as soon as I’ve finished reading The Neighbour I’ll be picking this one up!
Furious Hours by Casey Cep
This is a non-fiction book that I got from NetGalley and I’m really intrigued by it so I think this will be my next non-fiction read!
What have you been reading this week? I’d love to hear. And if you take part in This Week in Books or WWW Wednesday please feel free to leave your link below and I’ll make sure to visit and comment on your post. 🙂
10 thoughts on “This Week in Books (17 Apr 2019)! What are you reading at the moment?”
Some fab books here!! I have Worst Case Scenario to read, it is meant to be really good! Here is my WWW http://zooloosbookdiary.co.uk/www-wednesdays-17th-april-2019-www
I hope you continue to enjoy Hate List. I really liked that book!
Such a fine reading week, Hayley! I’m especially interested in your thoughts on the Sereny, the Fitzgerald (she is so talented!) and the Cep. I’ve been hearing about them, and definitely want to try them.
Nice books! The Neighbor is already on my wish list. And I’d like to read Amazing Grace.
So many tempting books to add to my list! The Neighbour…and The Case of Mary Bell. On the list!
Enjoy your week, and here’s MY WWW POST
I’m looking forward to your review of Between the Regions of Kindness! Happy reading x
I signed up for The Forgotten sister on Pigeonhole 🙂
SO many wonderful sounding books, Hayley! I’m especially excited to hear what you think of Amazing Grace!
Lots of interesting books there!
I’ve just finished Iris Murdoch’s “Henry and Cato” for my Murdoch re-reading project (only 8 to go, which is v sad!).
I’m currently reading “Cobwebs and Cream Teas” which is a VERY light book about working at a National Trust property (I’ve been really tired and reading more difficult books!)
I will then re-start “Invisible Women”, which is important but anger-inducing and heavy
A bit of a contrast there!
The Neighbour sounds great! I hope you will enjoy your books this week and happy reading!