WWW Wednesdays #31 – March 18th

wwwwednesdaysOriginally featured at Should Be Reading and now hosted by Sam at Taking On A World Of Words, WWW WEDNESDAYS is still about answering the following three questions:

  • What are you currently reading?

darkwitchI technically haven’t started this first novel of The Cousins O’Dwyer Trilogy yet, but since I will be in a few hours I guess I can could it as my current read. 😉 I’m not sure when I will be able to finish Dark Witch though, because tomorrow is my birthday! Almost 27 already, when did that happen?! I will be celebrating both the fact that I’m getting old AND the fact that this weekend will be probably one of the last hot and sunny ones… So I probably won’t be having a lot of time to read in the next few days.  Nora Roberts will have to wait haha.

  • What did you recently finish reading?

17212231Iheiroffire finally finished Inferno by Dan Brown today between baking (lemon brownie!) and cleaning… Like I suspected, Brown has yet again used the same format as his previous books. It’s not like it’s a bad general, but it does get repetitive. More in a full review that will probably be published somewhere next week. I’ve also finished Heir Of Fire by Sarah J. Maas a few days ago, and I will be waiting for the publication of the fourth novel which is hopefully this September. Definitely a series worth checking out!

  • What do you think you’ll read next?

harrypotterandthehalfbloodprinceataleoftwocitiesThe best remedy of feeling yet another year older is to revisit a classic from my childhood… I’m most likely going to reread the sixth Harry Potter book after finishing my current read. Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince… I’m excited to revisit this one! 😀 Afterwards, I will most likely finally pick up my copy of A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.

16 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays #31 – March 18th

  1. Happy Early Birthday! 🙂
    I still can’t believe I am 27, lol. It kind of just snuck up on me and I don’t even really feel that old!

    I haven’t heard of any of the books that you mentioned (besides Harry Potter, which I haven’t read besides the first one and part of the second), but I am going to check them out and see if they could be books I’ll be interested in reading. Because, you know, I need more books on my to be read list, lol.

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    • Haha thanks! People always think I’m younger, so I also feel that way… I didn’t realize until the other day when someone asked how old I was going to be lol. I guess you’re only as old as you feel! 😉

      Inferno wasn’t one of my favorites… Too repititive and commercial for my taste. But the Throne Of Glass series is definitely worth checking out, and HP is one of my childhood favorites. And TBR lists are made to be on the border of exploding. 😉

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  2. Happy early birthday!
    It feels like the years are blurring together as we get older now!

    I hope you like Dark Witch! I definitely need to check out Sarah J. Maas since everyone I know (well in the blogger world anyway) keeps raving about her books!

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    • Thanks! It definitely feels that way!

      I’m looking forward to be reading Dark Witch, especially since I’ve heard good things about it. The Throne Of Glass series is an interesting one if you enjoy YA Fantasy. I agree with you that it there is a huge hype around Sarah J. Maas and her books, which isn’t always a good thing… But I think that in this case the books deserve at least part of the attention they receive. 🙂

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    • I personally really enjoyed the Throne Of Glass series so far, although the first book is my least favorite of the bunch… I hope you enjoy them if you decide to start reading the series! 🙂

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  3. Happy Birthday! I hope you weren’t too disappointed in ‘Inferno.’ It was classic Dan Brown, which is both good (quick compelling story) and bad (same plot). I think he puts himself into Langdon a bit too much! Or at least, who he wants to be. Have fun reading ‘Harry!’ Re-reading those is always a pleasure.

    Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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    • Thanks! Inferno was an ok read and mostly just what I expected. An entertaining story to read, but it doesn’t bring anything new… And I’m looking forward to continue my HP reread; it’s always great to revisit the magical world J.K. Rowling created! 🙂


    • Thank you! I’ve only just started it so I cannot say much about Dark Witch yet, but so far it’s good. I guess there are so many YA Fantasy series out there that it’s hard to read them all… Throne Of Glass is worth reading though. 🙂


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