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WWW Wednesday – wasps, wolves and what am I even doing?

Hello, sweet peas!

Is it the middle of the week again? I wish I could say time flies but my inner clock is just so messed up that I honestly have no sense of time anymore.

(Being sick does that to you apparently.)

Anyway, Wednesday means WWW Wednesday by Sam @Taking on a World of Words which means the following questions:

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

What are you currently reading?

I’m currently reading two to three books, from whatever angle you want to look at it.

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Death in the Clouds by Agatha Christie – I haven’t read any Agatha Christie lately and I thoroughly enjoy it. I already have some ideas about who the killer might be and how he did it but no matter how much I try, most times I’m wrong.

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Woodwalkers #2 Gefährliche Freundschaft by Katja Brandis – Since I really liked the first book in the series and found out they have all the books in my library I just went and took all the books they had – book five was rented out so I couldn’t take all of them – and I still like it. The second books is really nice too, I love the cover and it’s a fast read for me.

I also have another book but it’s basically on hold right now so it doesn’t really make sense to put it here.

What did you recently finish reading?

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Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riodan – I finished Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods! I knew most of the legends but it was still such a fun twist and I even learned something new.

What will you read next?

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Woodwalkers #3 Hollys Geheimnis by Katja Brandis – Since I’m getting ahead with the second Woodwalker book nicely, I will probably read the third book in the series next.

What are your current reads/next reads/recently finisheds? Do you know any of the books on my list?

7 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – wasps, wolves and what am I even doing?

    1. The Percy Jackson one is basically Percy telling Greek myths and it’s great fun. And I really like “Death in the Clouds” too. It’s even referenced in one of my favourite Doctor Who episodes. 😀

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