WWW Wednesdays #35 – April 15th

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?

thestorytellerI’ve finally picked up my copy of The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult yesterday. This novel was first chosen with the help of my TBR jar a while back, but at the time I wasn’t in the mood for a historical fiction read… I guess right now I am. 😉 I’m not too far into the story yet, but so far it’s definitely good. I will have to check out more of her work in the future if The Storyteller stays this good!


  • What did you recently finish reading?

redqueenandthentherewerenoneI managed to finish And Then There Were None yesterday, and I must say I instantly became an Agatha Christie fan. I don’t know how I’ve managed to not read her work for so long, but I will definitely be starting to read more of her novels in the future. I also finished Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard a few days ago. I was afraid this would be yet another overhyped book, but I ended up loving the story. Hopefully I won’t have to wait too long for the sequel! (Although the estimated publish date is set for 2016 and there isn’t even a title yet; sigh…)

  • What do you think you’ll read next?

evensongSince I will have only three months to complete my Ready For Spring Bingo chart, I decided to pay more attention to the empty squares when deciding my next reads. I picked Evensong by Krista Walsh for the Plants On Cover square… It’s an Amazon kindle freebie I found thanks to the BookBub page. Access at your own risk; this page is dangerous! 😉 Credit goes to Ashley @ Dear World… for first introducing me to that page… Make sure to check out her blog. 🙂

22 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays #35 – April 15th

    • Red Queen is definitely worth reading! I have been reading a lot of books ever since I got my kindle… I can’t believe I’ve already almost finished eight! Although my TBR pile still keeps growing larger haha. I should try to stay away from BookBub for now… Although I always end up not resisting. 😉

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      • I’ve noticed that I read more when I used my kindle app vs. the physical books. I think I might go back to using my kindle more once I get through some of these physical books I’ve bought.

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      • I’m mostly using my kindle more because it’s harder (and way more expensive) here in Argentina to buy the original English physical versions… I prefer physical books, but with my kindle I can take my books everywhere I go and at least I’m not spending a fortune on books. 😉

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    • The Storyteller is definitely worth reading so far! I’m about halfway done right now, and if I can find enough time I will probably finish it today. Happy reading! 🙂


    • I was feeling the same thing, but for me it lived up to expectations. It follows the same general plot as many YA fantasy novels, but enjoyed the prose and liked the characters and special powers. Definitely worth the try!

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    • And Then There Were None is definitely worth reading! It’s quite a quick read as well; only 300 pages and the prose makes it easy to read. 🙂


    • I will definitely try and read more of her work soon, And Then There Were None alone convinced be to become an Agatha Christie fan. Murder On The Orient Express is now high on my wishlist!

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  1. I am not a Jodi Picoult fan. I am lucky I made it throw one of her novels. I just read or more correctly listened to Then There Were None. I loved it. I am listening to Crooked House another book by her and can’t stop it is so great. I can’t wait to get to the Red Queen but after seeing how long you have to wait for book two I might put it off til closer to the release date.

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    • Good to hear about Crooked House, I’ve added it to my wishlist as well… I loved reading And Then There Were None and I definitely want to read more of her work in the future. And I can totally understand why you want to wait for a while before reading Red Queen… I didn’t realize the sequel wasn’t going to be published this year, or else I probably would have done the same.


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