WWW-Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by Samanneelizabeth, it’s all about, what we are: Currently, Just Finished and About to Read
I am making it a personal mission to read Lily Morton’s books. They are light, funny, and such easy reads that it’s great to get away from the tediousness of required readings. Best Man is the first in the Close Proximity series. Though it’s the start of its own series the characters from Mixed Messages and Finding Home series make little cameos. As a book-lover, cameos give a little umph to a book when characters make an appearance in a new series or book. I must warn you though, it is an m/m novel, so, pretty sexual so read at your own risk ( I highly recommend these books though).
Next up, a required reading text. I’ll be reading The Oxford Book of Victorian Ghost stories for a good portion of the summer so it’ll show up a few times I’m sure. Currently, I am reading Wilkie Collins’ “Miss Jeromette and the Clergyman”, Amelia B. Edwards “Was it an Illusion” and Thomas Hardy’s “What the Shepherd Saw”. Most of these stories have a framing narrative (narrative before the narration of the story itself). And, at least for these, there’s a delay in the appearance of actual ghosts, which makes it scarier because I know its coming, I just don’t know when.
Of course, I am still reading The Bride Test. The subject matter, Asperger- MC finding love needs a bit more focus and attention than I can give it at the moment.
Recently Finished Reading
I really enjoyed Ella Frank’s Henri. I have Bailey‘s version left and then the series will be finished and I will be sad. Luckily her books make great re-reads.
Christina Lee’s A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies is a simple read. The premise of the story was interesting but little errors here and there dimmed the enjoyability for me.
We had to read The Double for our Literature of the Fantastic class. It was surreal. Lots of talk about objective and subjective world. Maybe I’ll do a review on it…?
The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka was a doozy! Carmen’s description, weird and gross. Yes, it was both of those but it was more than that. It’s the kind of book that sits with you and gets better as you ponder.
Project Hero is a nice summer M/M Romance. It was quirky and fun. I thoroughly enjoyed Andy’s character and his relationship with Law and his BFF.
Slaughterhouse-Five is a book for class but it’s a classic so it was on my TBR list. Now I have no reason to not read it and frankly, I’m kind of excited to read what all the hype was about.