WWW Wednesday ~ 2/5/20

Ali here ~

Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme is hosted by Taking on a World of Words.

The Three Ws are:

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




I’m really enjoying both Red, White & Royal Blue and Beneath This Mask. Kingdom of Copper is good, but I also feel like it went backwards when it separated all of the main characters. I enjoy it so much better when they are interacting together.




I read this series all out of order, but it didn’t matter and I loved each book! Review coming soon.



This is a handful of the reads on my February TBR that I might choose from. But, you never know…

What are your WWWs today???

Happy Reading,

15 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday ~ 2/5/20

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    • I’m about a quarter of the way into The Kingdom of Copper and they are finally coming back together. Now to see where the story goes. I just started The Guinevere Deception last night. I didn’t get that far into it but it has an intriguing start.


  2. Glad you’re enjoying RW&RB! I also struggle when main characters are separated for a large portion of the book. I want my characters together and interacting. Forced separations get old fast.


    • I loved RW & RB. It’s been a while since I was that addicted to a book. I put a lot of work aside yesterday to finish that book. LOL! And yes, I’m sooo with you. I need my characters together!!


  3. I should be picking up The Daevabad trilogy soonish, so I’m really interested to hear your thoughts of Kingdom of Copper. 😀 Sounds like you enjoy the characters, at least, and I’m glad to hear it! I really need to read The Bear and the Nightingale and The Guinevere Deception, too.


    • I’m now a quarter of the way in and the major characters are all starting to come together, so I’m excited to see where things are going now with Kingdom of Copper. I started The Guinevere Deception last night. I didn’t get that far into it, but it has an intriguing start. Hope we both enjoy it and The Bear and the Nightingale!

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