It’s time for another WWW Wednesday! This is a bookish meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words where bloggers answer the 3 Ws:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
If you’d like to learn more about any of these books, click on the cover to be taken to the Goodreads page.
- Hydra by Matt Wesolowski: I started this series last month with some of the Write Reads gang. I enjoyed the first book, Six Stories, though it took me a minute to get into the podcast style. This book, however, has instantly gripped and I’m finding it hard to stick to the reading schedule. It’s dark and creepy and I want to know what is actually going on! I’m really getting into this series and I’m excited to continue with the buddy read.
- The Girl Who Speaks Bear by Sophie Anderson: This is the July book for Middle Grade Marvels and I’m absolutely loving it! This is another one where I’m having a hard time sticking to the schedule, lol. I don’t read a lot of books that are based around Slavic culture, but this book is making me think I need to switch that up soon. It’s got a wonderful, wintery feel and I’m loving all the little folktales that are peppered throughout. I can’t wait to continue!
- Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch: Another Rivers of London book down! I’m absolutely loving this series. Peter Grant is such an incredible main character and it’s wonderful being able to see him grow, not only in his magic, but as a person as I continue the series. It’s very interesting reading all these stories so close together. It’s great to have everything so fresh as my mind as I progress! Should be interesting once we get to the last book and I actually have to wait for the next one, lol.
- Redemptor by Jordan Ifueko: Ya girl is just now realizing that we are halfway through July and this beauty releases next month. I have an e-ARC through Netgalley and I need to get to this before it releases. I mean, this is my most anticipated book of the year, so I can’t be late with my review! I’m still debating if I want to re-read Raybearer beforehand… I do have the audiobook so this is a distinct possibility. Either way, I’m so excited to get to this sequel!
- Gargantis by Thomas Taylor: Speaking of sequels… I snagged this book from my library when I was picking up a hold because, after reading Malamander last month, I couldn’t resist! I really loved the first book in this series. The tone is wonderfully creepy, yet whimsical and I love the seaside setting. There’s also great illustrations throughout the story. I’m eager to dive into this one!