WWW Wednesday: 08 April 2020

Happy Wednesday everyone and welcome to another fabulous WWW Wednesday! Just in case anyone needs a refresher, WWW Wednesday is a meme sponsored by Sam at Taking on a World of Words. To take part, you just have to answer the following questions:

  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you will read next?

Currently Reading

  • False Hearts by Laura Lam (audiobook) – still working through this one. Since I am no longer in the lab, I don’t have all the audiobook time that I used to. I’m at the 50% mark, and things are really starting to heat up. I’m torn with Taema’s naivete, but in the same respect, I find it interesting how effortless it is for her to step into Tila’s shoes. Can’t wait to see happens next.
  • Ruthless Gods by Emily A. Duncan (ARC) – I’m finishing up this one now, and I’ll be honest, I am less than impressed. Rather than continuing with the blood magic and world building that I enjoyed from book one, this one is more of a character study of Serefin, Nadya, and Malachiasz. I find myself casually turning the pages without being really invested in this story even with the revelations that we’ve had.
  • A Mother’s Lie by Sarah Zettel – I just started this one, so I am only a couple of chapters in, but this one started off with a bang! The prologue was a scene with an attempted kidnapping that doesn’t go how you’d expect. Now the little girl is a teenager 10 years later, and it’s clear that there are lots of secrets that the mother is holding back, and I want to know all of them!

Recently Finished Reading & DNF

  • Crave by Tracy Wolff – 3 stars. I had such high, high hopes for this one because I am absolute vampire trash. The world building and supernatural beings in this one is EVERYTHING. The over the top instalove is gag worthy. Here is my review.
  • Sin Eater by Megan Campisi (eARC) – DNF. I DNF’d this one around 50%. I just couldn’t get past all the weirdness to be invested in the mystery that was starting to unfold. Additionally, if you have the slightest bit of a weak stomach, this book will definitely make your stomach curdle. I definitely gagged when describing eating a lamb’s head and a deer heart. I just couldn’t with this one.

Up Next to Read

Have you read any of these? Are any of these on your TBR? Let’s discuss!

Also, please leave your WWW Wednesday links in the comments.


  1. Enjoy your reading! I totally felt the same about Ruthless gods..
    I’m currently reading Race the sands 🙂



  2. I’m reading Ruthless Gods right now too and I’m taking it slow but it’s okay so far… I wasn’t the biggest fan of WS so I’m wondering how I’ll feel about RG. I’m liking Serefin a lot but not really feeling the things for Nadya or Malachiasz (still don’t know how to say his damn name)! Hope your other current reads will be better!

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  3. In a way I’m happy to see you struggled with Ruthless Gods too, because I felt really bad about not enjoying it… I struggled really hard to stay focused and even started skimreading; I really missed the spark of Wicked Saints. xx

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