WWW Wednesday: What are you currently reading?

WWW Wednesday is a meme currently hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words and is basically an update on what you’re reading. Anyone can join in – all you have to do is answer the Three Ws:Β 

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your own post in the comments and take some time to check out other people’s posts! πŸ™‚Β 



The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter by John PipkinΒ goodreads-badge-add-plus_zpsc94610e9

I said I was going to read this next last week, but I changed my mind and read The Great Gatsby instead πŸ˜›



The Great Gatsby by F. Scott FitzgeraldΒ goodreads-badge-add-plus_zpsc94610e9

I have been meaning to read this for soooooo long and now I finally did! And I’m happy πŸ™‚



Harry Potter & The Cursed ChildΒ goodreads-badge-add-plus_zpsc94610e9

Maybe? Probably. Finally. πŸ˜€


talktome2Β What’s on your TBR for the week? Have you already read any of the books mentioned above? What did you think of them? Tell me in the comments! πŸ™‚Β 

27 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday: What are you currently reading?

    • I’m so glad I finally got around to reading it – it was actually one of the first books I added when I joined goodreads… and… it’s beeen… a while πŸ˜€
      I’ve also heard a lot of different opinions on Cursed Child, so I’m really excited to find out what it will be for me πŸ˜›

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  1. Working on Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien, which will complete my shortlisted Giller reading. All of them have been excellent!
    The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter looks good…

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  2. I’m working my way through some “popular” science books, or books related to science and scientists. Presently reading ‘Reality is not what it seems’ by Carlo Rovelli, a refreshing look at modern physics. Not quite finished it but already moved on to start ‘Measuring the World’ by Daniel Kehlmann. This is actually a novel, a sometimes irreverent look at two of the great scientists of the past. After those, I think I’m going to move onto Buzz Aldrin’s ‘No Dream is too high’.
    Maybe after that, a story about a blind astronomer might be appropriate. But definitely some light relief will be needed.

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