11.19.2013

WWW Wednesdays - November 19, 2013


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It's time for this week's WWW Wednesdays, hosted by Should Be Reading blog (head over and check them out!).

This link up asks three questions:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you'll be reading next? 
This week may be just a little bit boring... because I've fallen down a Veronica Roth rabbit hole. Yep, that's right:

What am I currently reading? 



I started this one on my lunch break today and I'm already like a hundred pages into it. In fact, I'm about to abandon my computer, snuggle up under my big, comfy blanket, and dive back into it. I almost didn't bother writing this week's post, so you're welcome.







What did I recently finish reading?



I finally finished reading this and... MAN. I'm so confused. I didn't care, then I did care, then I cared a LOT and now I'm totally unable to stop thinking about it! I tried to read it without getting attached, but it really, really didn't work. Also? So much better written than The Hunger Games. That is all.


 




What do I think I'll be reading next?



Well as if you really need to ask. I'm obviously going to be marathoning this entire series and probably acting very antisocially until I get through it. Which is a terrible idea because I have it on good authority (i.e. all you wonderful bloggers) that Allegiant is going to tear my heart out of my chest, throw it in the blender, and suck it through a straw. Which doesn't sound fun. But I can't help it - I'm obsessed!






That's it for my WWW Wednesday - share your answers in the comments!

Though - and I say this with full awareness that I totally asked for it by posting these - please try not to say too much about your experiences reading these because I don't want more expectations, either positive or negative! Try to hold in the commentary beyond "I liked it" to post on the reviews, because by then I'll be DYING to know what y'all think. Please and thank you a whole library of first editions!! :)

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