WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. It’s open for anyone to join in and is a great way to share what you’ve been reading!
The Castaways by Lucy Clarke
I’ve read and really enjoyed all of Lucy Clarke’s previous novels so was keen to get to this one and I’m so pleased to say that I’m loving it. It’s really gripping and while I have my suspicions at this stage (I’m halfway through) about where some of the story might be going I have no idea how it’s going to end. I can’t wait to read more and find out!
No Time Like the Future by Michael J. Fox
Sadly I haven’t managed to read any more of this book this week as I’m struggling to read small type so have only been reading on my Kindle or listening to audio books. I hope to get back to this one very soon though as I am very much enjoying it.
The Things We Left Unsaid by Emma Kennedy
This has been my main read this week and I am loving it! The story is engrossing and I really care about the characters and want to see where life takes them.
Negroland by Margo Jefferson
I’ve had an ebook of this one on my TBR for over three years but I managed to get the audio book on my library app this week so I part-read and part-listened to it. I found this a really interesting read and I got a lot out of it. I recommend it!
The Illustrated Child by Polly Crosby
I also part-read and part-listened to this one and I really enjoyed reading it this way. I found this an enchanting and intriguing book that took a direction that I wasn’t expecting. This feels like a novel that will stay on my mind for a long while to come.
Agatha Raisin and the Perfect Paragon by M. C. Beaton
I’m still slowly reading my way through this series and still enjoying them. I find them such good escapist reads!
New Boy by Tracy Chevalier
This book had been on my TBR for way longer than it should have been and I’m kicking myself now because when I picked it up this week I read it all in one sitting. I was gripped from start to finish and I found it to be such an impactful read.
What I Might Read Next
Mountain Road, Late at Night by Alan Rossi
The Disappearance of Stephanie Mailer by Joel Dicker
The Hidden Girls by Rebecca Whitney
As usual I have no idea what I’ll read next but these three books are the ones that are calling to me the most at the moment.