Hello, my fellow Spirals!
WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The three Ws are:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
Salem’s Lot – Stephen King
I literally just started this book yesterday and reached only the end of Chapter 2 so I can’t say much as to what the book is about yet. However, I have heard that it is extremely spooky and I have been itching to read a good horror book ever since I finished The Shining last March. So here’s to hoping that I enjoy this book! (Goodreads)
The Gene: An Intimate History – Siddhartha Mukherjee
Yes, I have picked this book up ONCE AGAIN. This time I am determined to finish it. I only have a 100 pages left. It’s not like I hate the book. In fact, every time I pick it up and I am instantly hooked. But something about the size just makes me not want to pick it up again. (Goodreads)
Persuasion – Jane Austen
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. Especially because I ended up rooting for Captain Wentworth so bad. I liked that this book was short and sweet unlike Sense and Sensibility.
The Son of Neptune – Rick Riordan
Shockingly, I didn’t like this book as much as The Lost Hero. Even though it is my re-read, I thought I’ll enjoy it more because Percy is there however I missed Camp Half Blood so much. Nevertheless, onwards we go to Mark of Athena!
The Temptation of Gracie – Santa Montefiore
I have been itching to pick this up for a really long time but I kept waiting for Spring/Summer because it seemed perfect for it. Well, it’s summer here and I can’t wait to read it. I thought this might be a YA novel but I think it’s more like a historical fiction set in Italy and largely based around cooking and Italian cuisines. (Goodreads)
One reply on “WWW Wednesday | (6/4/2022)”
The Gene is a big book: you’re doing well! I’m reading This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music, edited by Kim Gordon and Sinead Gleeson and finished Rainbows End in Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May just now; not sure what will replace it but probably something nonfiction from NetGalley … happy reading and glad you enjoyed Persuasion!