Weekly Reading Update – 27/10/22

Happy Thursday!

As I had a Blog Tour post yesterday, I am doing my usual WWW Wednesday Reading update today instead!

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:



The Haunting Season

I have been slowly working my way through this book all month. Picking up a story here a story there. So far I am not really finding these tales scary more a little spooky and atmospheric. It is really the perfect time of year for them where the nights are long and there is a real chill sweeping in. All I have read so far really do capture the eeriness of cold winter nights perfectly.

The Atlas Paradox
Olivie Blake

The Atlas #2

Physical ARC
My Review

I unfortunately didn’t love this instalment as much as I liked book 1. We are very much stuck in a soggy middle situation with this one, where what was exciting and fresh about book one has become a bit stale in book 2. Hopefully book 3 will pick it back up as I really enjoy Blake’s writing.

The Decagon House Murders
Yukito Ayasuji

I put this on my recent holiday mini TBR and now that I have finished The Atlas Paradox I want to pick this one up. I am in a real mystery mood and this Japanese homage to 1930s classic crime fiction seems like the perfect read from me.

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!

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