WWW Wednesday – 15th June

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

For those who don’t know, the three W’s are:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you finish reading recently?
  • What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?

I am currently reading two books:

  1. The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben. I’m 75% the way through now and loving it! Haven’t read much more of this one this week!
  2. How to Avoid a Climate Disaster by Bill Gates. Almost finished this one. Enjoying it!

What did you finish recently?

Since last week I finished one book:

  1. The Hive by Scarlett Brade. This is our monthly #TsundokuSquad read and our group review will be up at the end of the month.

What do you think you’ll read next?

I’m not sure I’m going to get touch reading doing before next Wednesday, so I’m going to save the heartache of picking anything out…

I hope you’ve enjoyed my WWW Wednesday post, please drop in and leave a comment.

Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them?

3 Comments

  1. I have just finished the late Jill De Ker Conway’s fascinating autobiographical novel, Road From Coorain. I particularly liked the early part of the story because it was set in rural Australia where I from. The latter part of the story showed the young Jill, coming to understand the misogyny and racism that once characterised Australian society. One might say this still the case, but that’s another story.
    Currently I’m back in the classics and reading E M Forster’s Room with a View. Marvellously written story of British tourists experiencing life in Florence. Some similarities with Jill De Ker where there is a clash of cultures.
    Not sure what next but might re read Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, touching but sad tale I really enjoy and I like to re read favourites.

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  2. I have just finished the late Jill De Ker Conway’s fascinating autobiographical novel, Road From Coorain. I particularly liked the early part of the story because it was set in rural Australia where I am from. The latter part of the story showed the young Jill, coming to understand the misogyny and racism that once characterised Australian society. One might say this still the case, but that’s another story.
    Currently I’m back in the classics and reading E M Forster’s Room with a View. Marvellously written story of British tourists experiencing life in Florence. Some similarities with Jill De Ker where there is a clash of cultures.
    Not sure what next but might re read Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, touching but sad tale I really enjoy and I like to re read favourites.

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