Bookish Meme, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday: 6th September, 2017

WWW Wednesday is hosted by the wonderful Sam, over at her blog Taking on a World of Words. To participate and blog hop to read other’s response, click here.

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The three W’s stand for:

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

Currently Reading

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My current read is one of the three books on my TBR that were released on 5th September. After 5 days break from reading, I think this will be a good and entertaining read. It is, obviously, a book about a boy named Edgar Dewitt who finds a hole in the Earth that leads him to a secret island. Though, the concept isn’t very new, I am still rather excited to read it since I am all for reading fantasy right now!

Recently Finished

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The last book I finished in the month of August was Vague Pains. It was also the last book I read for ARC August. It was a rather philosophical book. The review of this book will be up shortly. I am also going to do a wrap-up post for August. I am going to try something new with the post and really hope you like it.

Up Next

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Image from goodreads

The next book I am going to read is ‘Sisters’ by Lily Tuck. It has a really intriguing description and I can’t wait to explore the story. I almost thought that I wouldn’t get approved for this one on NetGalley but miraculously, I did get approved!

Have you ever been approved for a book that you were really excited about?

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