WWW Wednesday – 27/4/22

Happy Wednesday!

Its that time of the Week again! WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme that was revived by Taking on a World of Words. I like it cause it is fairly simple but allows me to check in with my reading but also with you!

WWW Wednesday asks just three questions:



One Foot in the Fade
Luke Arnold

The Fetch Philips Archives

Release Date: 28/4/22

I have adored the first two books in this series. I love the noir detective feel in a high fantasy setting. There are so many fun characters and interesting worldbuilding aspects. Fetch is still on his quest to bring Magic back to Sunder city but this time he is sober and willing to ask for help. There is a real caper feel to this one so far and I am really enjoying it. I don’t have much left to read so I am hoping to have my review live tomorrow.

Susanna Clarke

Buddy Read
Tsunduku Topple

This has been on my shelves for a while now so when a buddy read was suggested I just knew now was the time to pick it up. I am so glad that I did it is such an interesting and unusual read that really captivated me. I am hoping to review it shortly.

Hotel Magnifique
Emily J. Taylor

Release Date: 5/5/22

Hoping to get a head start on my May ARC list I decided I want to pick up this one next. It has been a while since I have read a YA book and this seemed like such an interesting and whimsical concept. A mysterious and magic hotel that may be full of danger. It has been likened to Caraval which I did enjoy so hopefully I will love this.

So that is my WWW post for this week. I will see you next Wednesday to update you. What are you reading this week? Have you finished anything lately you loved?

I would love to chat all things bookish with you! You can comment down below or find me on Twitter or Goodreads!

Happy Reading!

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 27/4/22

  1. Just finished ‘Songbirds’ by Christy Lefteri. Took a while to get going, and dark at times, but a decent read.
    Currently reading – Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart. Emotionally, finding this tough at times. Gets dark. But extremely well written and immersive.
    Next read – I need something lighter. Don’t know what that is yet. Station eleven by Emily St John just landed on my TBR pile yesterday, so maybe that.


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