WWW Wednesday: June 8, 2022

WWW Wednesday is hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words! All you have to do is answers the following three questions:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently Reading

What better way to celebrate Pride Month than to read a pride book! The Romantic Agenda features an asexual protagonist and I’ve loved the previous Claire Kann book I read (Let’s Talk About Love) so I have high hopes for this one. I’m about 30% into it and enjoying it so far!

Recently Finished

An Arrow To The Moon was a book I was highly anticipating, as I lovedddd The Astonishing Color of After, but this one just didn’t live up to expectations for me. It wasn’t a bad book, I’ve seen people DNF it and I can see why but I found it interesting enough (and short enough) to finish. I’ll have a full review up later this week. It was told through many different perspectives which I found different but the story overall was lacking for me and did not feel Romeo & Juliet at all. The Chinese mythology was nice but I found it lacking.

Slip is a graphic novel that was just released on June 7th and I was part of the blog tour! I’m happy to say I really enjoyed this coming of age story about a girl at a summer art camp intensive program who is also dealing with a lot – like her best friends attempted suicide. You can see my full review here!

Reading Next

Hotel Magnifique is a book that’s been on my TBR since it was released and I keep pushing it off, but after I finish my current read I’m ready for a fantasy read and ready to give this one a try!

What are you currently reading, or plan to read next?
Link your post below and I’ll check it out!

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4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: June 8, 2022

    1. I’m not surprised 😩 I didn’t find it awful but I think I’m going to be giving it a 2.5 star overall….so it wasn’t great either sadly. Which is a shame because The Astonishing Color of After is one of my all time favorite books! Arrow’s story/format just didn’t work… (it’s told in short chapters changing perspectives often)

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      1. I’m curious too! And I don’t blame you for avoiding it, so many other good books to read (and if you haven’t read The Astonishing Color of After, I do highly recommend that!)

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