WWW Wednesdays – December 12, 2018

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What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Time for another WWW Wednesdays, which is brought to you by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. If you too want to participate, answer the above questions and post that link on Sam’s page.

While I’ve been a bit busy lately and haven’t done a WWW post in a while, I’m making progress on my Fall Reading list for sure. Still lots more to read! I may have been slightly too ambitious with this reading list.

Currently Reading

Finished Reading

Killers of the Flower Moon = 4.5/5 stars
Endurance = 4/5 stars
The Sun Also Rises = 3/5 stars
The Devil in the White City = 3.5/5 stars
Sadie = 5/5 stars
Fear = 4/5 stars

Reading Next

What have y’all been reading this week? Any recommendations? Feel free to leave a link to your WWW posts in the comment section below if I haven’t already visited your site.

HAPPY READING!!!

 

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14 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays – December 12, 2018

    • I too enjoyed Fear. I never expect less from Bob Woodward. Definitely recommend reading Sadie. I really enjoyed the style and found it a very quick read. I just learned so much from Killers of the Flower Moon and was fascinated by all the topics covered. I think you will enjoy it! I’ll go check out your post right now.

  1. I was wondering where you went!! So glad to see you back. How did you like Sadie? And is the Rolad Dahl book suitable for kids (thinking of my 11 year old..he’s a big fan).

    • Thank you! I’m happy to be back and see all the books that I have missed over the last few weeks. I loved Sadie! I thought it was fresh and unique. I didn’t want to put it down. I am about halfway into the Dahl book, it is the sequel to his other autobiographical book “Boy”, and I do think it is kid appropriate. I am listening to the audiobook, because Dan Stevens is narrating, and he is amazing!

      • Awesome!! I loved Sadie when I read it. And good about Roald Dahl. My son loves his books. I might pick that up for him!!

      • After listening to more of the Dahl book yesterday and this morning, I think I might revise my answer that it is appropriate for a young boy. While the writing is age appropriate, the content may not be, as he is writing about his time as a fighter pilot in WWII.

  2. I found Devil in the White City rather rough going. I know, with that subject matter, it could never be “light,” but I thought at times it was unnecessarily dense. Until I saw your review, I thought I was the only one who didn’t LOVE it.

  3. I recently got myself a copy of Sadie and I’m SO KEEN to dive right in, but there are other books I have to read first, haha. Always happens like that.. Let’s just hope I’ll be able to read it soon-ish anyway. 🙂

    Absolutely loved One Day in December! Most of those romance stories only revolve around a short period of time while that one takes.. years? Basically? Loooved that aspect! Hope you will as well. 😀

    Happy reading!

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