It’s Wednesday, and that means it is time for WWW Wednesday! WWW Wednesdays is a weekly tag that is currently being hosted by Taking on a World of Words! Wondering how WWW Wednesday works? Just answer the three Ws!
Those three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
Nothing! I am without a book! I’m sure that will be fixed by the end of the day.
What did you recently finish reading?
I was able to finish Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. Honestly, I probably wouldn’t recommend this book during COVID-19. This was one of those books that will make you relive the scary parts of the past three years. There is hope in the book but this book hit home way too much.
I also just finished (at 11:30 pm yesterday) Katee Robert’s newest book The Dragon’s Bride and… it is weird to type this but I wasn’t impressed. There was nothing wrong with the book but it definitely wasn’t the right book for me. I’ll be writing a full review in the next few weeks once I’m able to fully articulate my thoughts.
What do you think you’ll read next?
I’m thinking it might be time to read Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade. This book has been on my TBR for SOOOO long. I have the audiobook on Libro.fm so I think it might be time to jump in and give it a go!
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Now that I have answered the three Ws, it’s your turn! Let me know your answers in the comments!
4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday | 3.23.2022”
Hmm…not sure what vibe the Dragon’s Bride cover is going for. Is this a Princess Leia held captive by Jabba the Bodybuilding Hut situation or a beastly but consentual BDSM fantasy? 🤨
So, it’s a nod to the old-school romance book covers. The main character is sold as a wife to a Dragon after making a deal with a Demon. It does have some BDSM elements. It is most definitely a monster romance. As with most of Katee’s books, consent is a huge part of it. 🙂
I have been seeing Station Eleven around a lot. I have been tempted to read it, but I don’t know if I want to get into a book that basically makes you relive the past few years!
So, for me, it was a bit too much. It was like if Covid had a 99% death rate. I felt a lot of the fear I had in the beginning of Covid in the book. It was well written but I would have liked to have read it pre pandemic.