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WWW Wednesday | Nov 9 #bookblog

Happy WWW Wednesday. This weekly prompt is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. Each week we’ll answer three reading questions. Feel free to leave your answer in the comments, or a link to your own WWW Wednesday post if you have one! 😊

The three questions are:
• What are you currently reading?
• What have you finished reading?
• What will you read next?

Currently Reading

Here is my hopefuls list for November. I’m actually sticking pretty closely to it this month somehow.

I’m currently about 60% of the way through Missing Dead Girls which is a sapphic thriller so that’s kind of cool. It’s about a girl who moves to a new town and is immediately entranced by a local girl. Then the local girl goes missing and all eyes shift to the new girl. This one is honestly super slow-paced so far. Like I said, I’m 60% through and the local girl hasn’t even disappeared yet, lol.

I’m also still listening to The Handmaid’s Tale. I kind of set it aside for a couple days to finish a different book, but I’m ready to jump back into it now.

Finished Reading

Finally finished The Last Housewife this week so there will be a review of that up in my blog later this week- either Thursday or Friday. But spoiler alert: I’m super disappointed in it and it’s going to be more of a rant than a straightforward review.

Reading Next

That leaves three more books on my TBR list for the month. I have a copy of The Family Game and a copy of Dark Room Etiquette, so either of those are viable options. Astrid Parker Doesn’t Fail comes out later this month and my arc request hasn’t been approved, making that not even an option for my next read. 😂

Feel free to leave your links in the comments ♥️

Have you read any of my WWW books? What did you think?

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10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday | Nov 9 #bookblog

    1. That’s so valid. I’m enjoying it, but I’m also not drawn to continue listening to it for some reason. It’s written without much drama or exciting plot building so it’s kind of like telling rather than showing?

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      1. Exactly why I stopped reading it. But, my 17 year old daughter has shown interest in reading it (they discussed it in her ELA class) because of how similar it is to today’s events. So, I think I am going to have to rebuy it or put it on hold at the library and read it with her.

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  1. How is the narrator on Handmaid’s Tale?

    I’m currently re-reading The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis to prep for a class I’m teaching in a few weeks. My main read is “Togetherness”, about loneliness and health.

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    1. I’m honestly not loving the narration on mine. It seems very generic and read kind of monotone.

      I’ve not read The Four Loves but I do enjoy C.S. Lewis’ writing. I hope your class goes well!

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