WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World Of Words that simply asks three questions.
What are you currently reading?
Rose Interrupted- Patrice Lawrence (Hodder)*
Rose has just escaped Gods pilgrims with her mum and brother to a flat above a kebab shop in Brixton.
Rose isn’t coping as well as she thinks she is on her determined ‘decommissioning’ strategy which basically involves whole heartedly embracing everything she was told not to whether it’s right or she’s ready.
On the other hand her brother hasn’t quite shaken the programming and is struggling to accept this new life.
It’s heartbreaking and I’m hooked and it’s so immersive I didn’t realise I had read quite a bit past midnight last night
The British Museum: So you Think you’ve got it bad? A kids life in Ancient Egypt- Chae Strathie and Marisa Morea (Nosy Crow) *
LittleFae is definitely on a non-fiction kick at the moment and loves a book filled with facts she can dip in and out of, quite then peruse again. This book is entertaining and educational exploring the life of Ancient Egyptians from a child’s perspective.
Tinyfae enjoyed looking through this book too.
What did you recently finish reading?
I’ve had a bad week, I’ve felt really heady and not quite able to concentrate which has impacted my reading but I’m glad that I finished
A Witch Alone – James Nicol (Chicken House)
I loved this trilogy telling the story of Arianwyn Gribble a Witch with a secret within her and a battle against dark magic and malevolent intentions comes to an exciting precipice in this final book.
I loved it, the way that Arianwyn makes mistakes, and especially how the final battle doesn’t have an epic lining up of sides just a spur of the moment decision to not go lying down- it’s brilliant.
Review coming soon!
What do you think you’ll read next?
There’s quite a few exciting books coming out tomorrow I don’t know if I’ll be able to just choose one for now!
Malamander – Thomas Taylor (Walker)*
The Golden Butterfly – Sharon Gosling (Stripes Books)
We Won an Island – Charlotte Lo (Nosy Crow)
Starfell -Dominique Valente (Harper Collins)