This meme is currently hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. To take part all you need to do is answer the following questions:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
So here’s my 3 W’s for the week.
Hi everyone, I am back. It has been a wonderful week touring parts of Kenya that I have never been to and also crossing the border to Uganda. I will do a travel post especially about my visit to Uganda. I have read three books since October 13th. Here they are:
The Killing Game by J.S Carol
This was a great, suspenseful, very dark thriller. I liked everything about it! I have never read a book about a hostage situation before this one. The book felt so real that at times I thought the hostages were real people perhaps due to the character development and the tense atmosphere masterfully created by the author. You can read my review here.
Safe with me by K. L Slater
When I think about this book, I think about enjoying a cup of coffee on a beautiful, peaceful morning. Suddenly, the cup just drops and shatters and I stand there looking at the mess wondering what happened. In short, I enjoyed the first and middle sections of the book but I don’t know what happened towards the end.
34 days by Anita Waller
This really wasn’t for me. I felt like I was reading a script for a play and not a novel.
The Secret by Katerina Diamond
I just started reading this book. It is another thriller(police procedural) that I requested without knowing that it is the second book in a series. However, the book is an great so far and I really like the cover.
The Girl who stole the apple by Peter Ticker
I really wanted to read this book. Unfortunately, the font size for my eBook is so tiny and the spacing between lines and paragraphs is small which doesn’t appeal to me. However, my copy is expiring in 10 days so I have to try and read it because it is an ARC.
So how about you, any interesting books that you have read lately? What are you reading now? What do you plan on reading next? Feel free to leave your WWW links in the comments section.