I’ve decided to give WWW Wednesday a go, partly because I read a lot of advance reader copies in January, many of which I won’t publish reviews on nearer the time. So, this seems like a good way for my blog to show how I’m progressing against my 2021 reading challenge in a more current way.
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam A. Stevens on 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’re read next?
A Promised Land by Barack Obama
I’m listening to this on Audible. Only a bit at a time while out walking the dog, but I do love it. It’s making me appreciate the depth of the man, highlighting not just the rose-tinted glasses perspective of ‘things were better in the old days’, but actually where he went wrong as well. I think I might get finished this week as I have less than 4 hours of listening time left.
Crow Court by Andy Charman
Just started this today via Pigeonhole so far too early to comment. I love the cover though, and the opening chapters are intriguing.
All That Remains by Sue Black
Fascinating, funny and tear-inducing by turns this is a brilliant insight into one of the UK’s leading forensic anatomists/anthropologists. She’s also Val McDermid’s go to forensic scientist, so you know she’s got good stories. Full review.
Space Hopper by Helen Fisher
This is a beautifully written, well-paced time travel story. It’s not the science of time travel, but the emotion of it. Think of The Time Traveller’s Wife, but with more ’70s UK references. Full review.
The Blame by Kerry Wilkinson and The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night
These are next on my NetGalley reads. Two very different kinds of books, so looking forward to getting inside the e-pages.