This meme is hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer the following three questions in a post. Then, put a link to that post in the comments over at Taking on a World of Words.
The questions include:
1. What are you currently reading?
2. What did you recently finish reading?
3. What do you think you’ll read next?
Currently Reading –
We started ‘Finding Nevo’ by Nevo Zisin yesterday. We are about 100 pages in. This novel is such an important autobiography that mentions gender identity and finding who you are! We will leave a link to the books blurb here.
A huge thank you to Walker Books Australia for sending us a copy to review!
We also finally decided to pick up ‘Flame in the Mist’ by Renee Ahdieh. We have been meaning to pick this one up for a little while now. We are just so excited to read this novel as we are huge fans of re-tellings and this one just happens to be inspired by Mulan! Hopefully we will love it! Did you enjoy ‘Flame in the Mist’?
Recently Finished –
We recently finished reading ‘Begin, End, Begin: A #LoveOzYa Anthology’ a couple of days ago and we are happy to say that we really enjoyed these short stories!
We loved how so many authors came together to create this beautiful anthology. We aren’t usually ones for anthologies however, we really enjoyed these shorts stories. They just had us wanting more!
We also finished ‘Laurinda’ by Alice Pung last night. We have been wanting to pick this up for a little while now and we are so glad that we did! We enjoyed the characters and the overall plot. We loved how the author could incorporate so many messages into a Young Adult book that would be relevant to anyone. Our review will be coming very soon so keep an eye out!
Thank you to Black Inc. Australia for sending us this book to review!❤️
Reading Next –
We recently received a copy of ‘The Disappearances’ by Emily Bain Murphy from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt to review.
This book follows a young girl named Aila Quinn who’s mother Juliet recently died. Juliet has always been a mystery and well guarded. After her mother’s death, Aila and her brother Miles are sent to live in Sterling, a rural town where her mother grew up.
Sterling is a place with mysteries of its very own. A place of disappearances. As Aila begins to unravel the mystery, she learns what part her mother played why the disappearances occur.
We will leave a link to the book synopsis here.
How was your reading week? Did you read anything interesting? Let us know in the comments 😊.