WWW Wednesdays #33 – April 1st

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?

ataleoftwocitiesI’m finally reading A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens! I know it took me long enough, and technically I had promised myself to read it in March… But at least I’ve finally started reading this classic, so that’s what counts right? 😉 I don’t have a proper opinion about it yet as I’ve only just started it, but I’m looking forward to find out if it lives up to expectations.

  • What did you recently finish reading?

theshockofthefallthehusbandssecretI didn’t manage to finish The Husband’s Secret last night, so this novel by Liane Moriarty will count as the first book I’ve finished in April. Very interesting read and plot twists! When I started reading I wasn’t sure I would like it, but I was quickly sucked into the story and ended up almost being unable to put it down. Full review coming soon… I’ve also finished The Shock Of The Fall by  Nathan Filer a few days ago, another novel I absolutely loved. Very strong image of a mental ilness patient and I loved the prose! Review still to come…

  • What do you think you’ll read next?

thestorytellerSince I have so so many new reads I’m super excited about, it’s impossible to choose what to read next. I’ve decided to use my TBR cup to see what title I would get… And I actually got my current read A Tale Of Two Cities first! A second draw got me The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult, not one of my newest additions, but still a book I’m looking forward to. Although I’m currently deciding what titles to put on my April TBR, so I might end up reading a completely different title first.

12 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays #33 – April 1st

  1. I’ve been buying my mother in law Liane Moriarty books for ages but never read one myself. Hope you enjoy! Happy reading and thanks for participating in WWW Wednesday!

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    • The Husband’s Secret was my first Liane Moriarty read, but definitely worth reading! Big Little Lies is also on my wishlist, maybe I will get a copy somewhere later this year.

      Happy reading! 😀

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  2. I’m a big fan of Liane Moriarty, like you say they are stories to get sucked into. I haven’t read a Jodi Picoult for a while, I think I overdosed on them a few years back but if The Storyteller is good I could easily be persuaded to try another it.

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    • I will definitely have to try to read more of her work in the future; Big Little Lies is already on my wishlist so I will probably end up buying a copy later this year. I haven’t read anything by Jodi Picoult before, but I’ve heard good things about The Storyteller.


  3. I have all of these on my TBR list! I keep meaning to read A Tale of Cities, but I am slightly intimidated by Charles Dickens. One of these days I will pick it up and read it. I really want to read The Shock of the Fall as well! It looks really good. Thanks for stopping by my WWW.

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    • It took me way too long to pick up A Tale Of Two Cities as well, but with the Easter weekend coming up, I think I will have time to sit down and finally tackle this classic. The Shock Of The Fall is really worth reading!

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    • I have to be honest and admit I haven’t read that many Dickens books yet… A Tale Of Two Cities sounds good but it’s a bit hard to get into the story so far. Happy reading to you as well!


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