WWW Wednesdays (August 20)


This is a weekly meme hosted by MizB @ Should Be Reading. To join in, click on the image above, and answer these three questions: 

What are you currently reading?


I’ve read Camille Picott before (The Warrior & The Flower), so I was familiar with her writing and style.

I can see the humorist in her come out again in this one, this time told through a teenager, who just happens to be a math prodigy.

I have a pretty good idea of the plot and where things are going in this book, and I know there’s going to be a big change or challenge, since this already has a very dystopian aspect to it.


What did you recently finish reading?

22081556I just finished reading Eleanor by Jason Gurley.

Y’all, I admit I was cover judging, but the cover barely hits the tip of the iceberg. The cover is almost more symbolic (but still very relevant!) to Eleanor’s story. It’s slightly removed from her, but also a part of her family.

There is a lot going on in this book; much more than I would have thought. At times it was difficult for me to block out what was going on around me and focus on the book, so in that way I really struggled getting through the book.


What do you think you’ll read next?


This is another read from a relatively new author that I am familiar with! I first read Must Love Otters, which I enjoyed very much.

Just reading the synopsis for this book had me wanting to laugh, but knowing I shouldn’t. I know I really will laugh when I start reading, and I’m just going to apologize now for those of you who don’t have this one yet. It’s going to be a hoot.


How about you? Have you read or TBRed any of these? What are you reading this week? Please leave a comment with either the link to your own WWW Wednesday post, or share your answers in the comments here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks! 🙂

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