WWW Wednesday #May 15th

WWW Wednesday is a book list hosted by 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?

What I Finished Reading:

 

The Kind worth Killing by Peter Swanson ***** – You can read my review here.

The Woman I was Before by Kerry Fisher ***** – Please look out for my review this Friday.

 

What I’m reading now:

 

The Passengers by John Marrs – I love everything about this story. It is intense and super gripping. I have less than 100 pages to go but I don’t want it to end.

Force of Nature by Jane Harper – This is my second book by Harper. Still in the early pages and the story is moving slowly but it looks promising so far.

 

What I’ll probably read next/soon:

 

All Her Secrets by Sue Watson

The Night Before by Wendy Walker – So many good reviews for this one. Luckily, I managed to grab a copy of the ARC on publication day.

Have you read any books on my list? What are you reading now?

Happy Reading!

41 Comments

  1. I knew you were going to love The Passengers!! So great to hear :-). I thought about reading The Night Before but I had to make a choice and chose Degrees of Guilt. I don’t regret my choice but I think both are wonderful reads and I couldn’t go wrong either way.

    1. John Marrs never disappoints. The Passengers is intense. I have just requested Degrees of Guilt. I remember you mentioning how good it is in of your WWW posts. Glad you ended up enjoying it so much. Thanks Inge.

  2. The Passengers is currently sitting on my kindle waiting to be read so am very happy you’re enjoying it. I have read Force of Nature and possibly enjoyed even more than the Dry, they are very different.

    1. Its good to hear that. I enjoyed The Dry so I am excited about Force of Nature. Hopefully, i will have more time to focus on it.

      The Passengers is brilliant. I hope that you will enjoy it when you get the chance. Thanks Ali.

    1. I also hope to start The Night Before this evening too, that is, if I finish reading The Passengers over my lunch break. I hope that we will both enjoy it. Glad you liked Force of Nature, it is slow but I am intrigued by Alice’s disappearance and I like Falk so I think I might enjoy the book too.

      Thanks Meggy. Enjoy your books this week.

    1. I hope you will enjoy The Passengers. It is so intense, really good. Marrs has some awesome titles, my favourite one being The One. This one comes in at number 2 :-)Thanks Jennifer.

    1. I can see why. The Kind Worth Killing is my first book by him and I really enjoyed his writing. The story was insanely captivating.

      Ps: I look forward to your next book 

  3. What a great week – 2 five star reads! I still need to read Jane Harper – I own a hard copy of The Dry and yet…!

    Here is my WWW.

    1. The Dry is such an a good, atmospheric read. I hope that you will get the chance to read it someday soon. Thanks Emily 🙂

    1. Force of Nature is an enjoyable, atmospheric read so far. I hope that you will find the chance to read it some day. Thanks Cathy.

    1. Thanks Tinma. I have just started reading The Night Before and I am sucked in. I can’t wait to find out exactly what is going on. I hope that you will get to read The Passengers. Its another winner by Marrs.

  4. The Passengers should be on its way to me, it will be my first by him and I’m looking forward to it! Enjoy The Night Before!

    1. I think you will love it, Berit. Hopefully, it won’t be your last one by Marrs. The One, Her Last Move and Good Samaritan are all pretty good.

      Thanks. I’m enjoying The Night Before so far.

    1. Thanks Deanna. I finished reading The Passenger last night, what a ride! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts once you are done reading it.

  5. Well, i’m quite excited about the books you are currently reading 🙂 They are among my faves. Hope you are enjoying them as well!

  6. I’m reading The Passengers! And I really enjoyed The Kind Worth Killing. Can’t wait to see what you think of these books, Diana.

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