WWW Wednesday is a weekly book tag hosted by Taking on a World of Words that is all about what we’re currently reading.
Disclaimer: I tend to read a lot of books at once across e-books, physical books, and audiobooks. It helps me battle reading fatigue and slumps because I always have various different formats and genres to choose from to suit my mood. However, I realize reading a bunch of books at once isn’t for everyone so if my first “W” sends you screaming for the hills I totally understand.
The City Among the Stars was sent to me by Flame Tree Press for a blog tour later this month. It’s right in my wheelhouse and I can’t wait to read more of it!
Rivers of London is a buddy read with a Trekkie friend of mine. I’m about halfway through, but she finished it over the weekend and she unfortunately had a few complaints about it. Personally I’m enjoying it, but I’ll let y’all know my overall review once I’m done.
I’m nearly finished with The King of Crows and I have so many mixed emotions about it. It has been a thrilling ride, but the closer I get to the end the sadder I feel. I’m turning the pages like crazy wanting to know what comes next, but at the same time I don’t want to finish the book because it’ll be the last time we get to read about the Diviners. I’m not sure I can cope with a world without the Diviners!
I really need to get a move on with Watson on the Orient Express and The Portable Dorothy Parker, but with various reviews and blog tours coming up they’ve both been pushed back a bit. I’ve liked what I’ve read, though!
Tomb of Gods is another ARC that Flame Tree Press sent me. I’ll be one of the stops on the upcoming blog tour so watch this space! But just to give you a little hint: I FREAKING LOVED THIS BOOK.
My library request for the audiobook of The Nickel Boys just became available. I know it’s going to be a harrowing, soul sucking book but I still want to read it. From what I’ve seen in reviews it’s an important book. Plus it won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for fiction and it was named one of the best books of the decade by TIME magazine.
The first two books in the Galactic Cold War series are the next ARC’s I’ll be tackling. More books that are right up this space nerd’s alley!
How is your reading going? What made it to your WWW this week? Let me know in the comments!