A new week, a new WWW Wednesday! Finals week is almost over, so now I can relax a bit and work on my blog. This week I only have to do one more essay, and of course, I’m going to spend most of my free time to read. Since I’m so busy with school and finishing up before the finals, I barely had time to do this tag every week. I hope to post a review of my latest read very soon! But for now on, let’s start with my current read!
Back to where this all started, the WWW Wednesday tag! This is a simple blog post, where all of you can participate in! Just answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. No blog? No problem! Just leave a comment with your responses. Let’s get to it!
THE THREE W’S ARE:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
I am currently reading a book by Rick Riordan. The Red Pyramid is an awesome book in my opinion! I’ve only read one book by Rick Riordan before, but The Red Pyramid was way above my expectations. The world building wasn’t super solid – I think that was my main and only issue, but the rest was so great. And, a great plus is the humor Riordan uses throughout this book.
So, since it’s been a few weeks (8 WEEKS!!), I’ve finished up a lot of books. I can’t discuss them all, but I definitely want to mention the Warcross series by Marie Lu! I read Warcross and Wildcard in such a short time, just because I couldn’t put them away. I love this book so much, and I think you’ll love this book too. Just so many feelings! Both Warcross and Wildcard have throughout so many twists and turns, it’s keeping me awake to read more and more.
My next book is a big gamble. Do I feel like fantasy? Do I want some dystopian? Or do I want to try something completely new?
My name is Julia and I am a freshman journalism student at the University of Utrecht. On this blog, you can read about everything in my life, mainly about my reading and studying adventures. Have fun!
The world is indeed full of peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.”