WWW Wednesday 08/29/2018

Welcome to another WWW Wednesday! This meme is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. To participate, just answer the following three questions:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

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I’m currently reading…

The Things We Learn When We’re Deadby Charlie Laidlaw
This one is a sci-fi story about life after death. I’m still pretty early in the book, but I’m loving the concept.

The Woman in the Windowby A. J. Finn
Anna Fox is an agoraphobic woman who has witnessed a crime while spying through her neighbor’s window. The problem is no one believes her. I’m a little over halfway through this one and it’s ridiculously compelling.

Rust & Stardustby T. Greenwood
I was very hesitant to pick this one up because of the subject matter (the real-life abduction of a little girl, Sally Horner, by a child predator who held her captive for nearly two years) but after seeing nothing but glowing reviews, I figured I’d swallow my discomfort and give it a chance. Greenwood handles the topic with appropriate sensitivity in my opinion, and the writing is lyrical and lovely.

I recently finished reading…

Sometimes I Lieby Alice Feeney
This is a fun thriller where the protagonist is in a coma. She finds herself in the hospital able to hear everything around her but struggling to remember what put her there. Read my review here.

Sing, Unburied, Sing, by Jesmyn Ward
A lyrical, dreamy novel with a hefty dose of magical realism, I highly recommend checking this one out. Read my review here.

The Witch of Willow Hall, by Hester Fox
This was an ARC I received through NetGalley and is Fox’s debut novel. Look for my review when the book is released on October 2nd!

Up next…

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The author, T. A. Massa, was kind enough to send me an ARC of Silent All These Years. I should have a review up on the release date, September 13th.

Synopsis:

“A broken daughter’s search for the truth unwinds a spiraling journey of panic, lust, and murder in this manipulative thriller from debut author T. A. Massa.

Melanie Stewart has just been left ten million dollars by a man she never knew. Should she accept the money? What if it means her mother, Marilyn, who died when she was only three years old, was murdered by the man who left it to her?

Melanie is trapped with crippling anxiety after the loss of her mother at a young age and the fatal stabbing of her fiancé on the night of their engagement.

When she discovers she has been written into the will of Roger Andrews, a name linked to the mysterious death of her mother, Melanie must trudge down a path of buried memories, reliving painful heartache, all while attempting to restart her life and trust a new admirer.

Told from the alternating perspectives of Melanie’s investigation and Marilyn’s last weeks leading up to her death, the clues unravel one by one, leaving you guessing until the final climax. Who should Melanie trust? What happened to Marilyn all those years ago?”
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What are you reading this week? Any thoughts on the books listed in this post?  Please feel free to discuss or share WWW links in the comments!

 

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday 08/29/2018”

  1. I am so jealous of your what you are reading and have read this past week. I can’t believe that I have had Sing Unburied Sing since Christmas and still haven’t read it. I’m happy to hear another recommendation of it though. I also have had The Woman in the Window since it came out as well. Hope you are enjoying it. Here is what I’ve been reading: https://greatmorrisonmigration.wordpress.com/2018/08/29/www-wednesdays-august-29-2018/

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