WWW Wednesday #10 – 7 April 2021

It’s WWW Wednesday time.

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?

Dare to Lead by Brené Brown

Still with this for my audiobook listen. There’s about an hour left to go.

What Dreams We Had by Phill Featherstone

My current Pigeonhole read. I’m still not sure what to make of this. It’s like the plot of some straight to video 80s horror movie. I used to love watching those, so sticking with this to see how it goes.

The Serial Killer’s Wife by Alice Hunter

I’m reading this via NetGalley. Beth and Tom are happily married with a young daughter. Then one night Tom is late home from his job in London and the police arrive to question him in relation to the disappearance of his ex girlfriend from eight years before. I’m not far enough into the book yet to have a clue whether Tom did it, or how we get from one missing woman to a serial killer, but let’s see how it goes.

Tall Bones by Anna Bailey

A well written story dealing with dark issues in a small rural town. Full review.

The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird

Who knew that reading about a pandemic during a pandemic could be so therapeutic? I’m staggering publication of my reviews this week, and will post my full thoughts on Friday morning.

What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

Another dark tale about young people striving to move past the fallout of their parents’s decisions. A great story with a slightly confusing ending. Full review.

The Girls Inside by NJ Mackay

I’ve literally just finished reading this, this morning. Still absorbing how it all came together and will review later this week.

Mirrorland by Carole Johnstone

That I still can’t stop thinking about how this ended just under a week since I finished it says a lot about how absorbing this gothic fantasy thriller is. Full review.

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

I’m currently stuffed with the cold (the joy of kids having gone back to school and picking up the usual bugs), so not planning any further ahead than this Pigeonhole read which starts on Sunday.

Have you read any of these? Do you have any recommendations for me to add to my TBR list? I’d love to hear from you in the comments.

Published by Lisa Potter

Communications professional working in Scotland. CIPR Accredited Practitioner. Always reading, always learning.

7 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday #10 – 7 April 2021

    1. The End of Men is my favourite in that I feel least conflicted about it, but Mirrorland was the best written and most absorbing (I’m still not over the way it ended).


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