Weekly Update (7/21/14): What I’m Reading Now

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The rain has started, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to stop.  I would feel bummed about it if I didn’t have so many great books to read. 🙂  Here’s what I’ve been reading:

What I read last week:

I finished Throne of Glass and Ruin and Rising, both of which I enjoyed.  I absolutely loved A Match of Wits!  It was so fun.  Girl to Girl was a fantastic book for growing girls.  I read an excerpt from A Tale Dark & Grimm, but didn’t have access to the whole book. 
What I’m currently reading:

I just started on Crown of Midnight and am about 15% of the way into it.  So far, so good.  Here is Where is a non-fiction book about the author’s travels throughout America to locate places where significant, yet forgotten, events have taken place.  It’s really fascinating!  I haven’t made any more progress on The Worst Hard Time, but I’m hoping that I will get a chance to read more of it soon.

What I plan to read next:

I’ve been reading too much YA recently and I will admit that I’m burned out on it, but I am looking forward to The Geography of You and Me.  I’m hoping that I will still be enjoying the Throne of Glass series by the time I get to Heir of Fire.  I’ve heard good things about Loki’s Wolves and am looking forward to reading that book.  I could use a good MG fantasy right about now.  I am also super excited to read At Your Service.  The cover is adorable and it sounds very promising.

What are you reading now?

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    Tressa S
    July 25, 2014 at 10:52 pm

    I loved Ruin and Rising and I have read Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight. That series got better, but also more violent. I'm envious you have Heir of Fire, which I didn't get. I'll get it when it comes out though and I don't really have time for it anyway. Lol! I hope you like it! I have Match of Wits too – another one I will move up since you loved it. I loved The Geography… It isn't fast paced or all fireworks. But it is a sweet and reminiscent story and I just really liked it. Loki's Wolves looks like a book my son would eat up. I'm looking forward to your upcoming reviews!

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