Hello bookworms!! Welcome to one of the missing week’s WWW Wednesday — 2 February 2022!! It was a weirdly big reading week ― nothing like a deadline to motivate me!!
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words, where you answer the three following questions:
- What did you recently finish?
- What are you currently reading?
- And, what do you think you’ll read next?
Let’s see what I read!
26 January – 1 February 2022
Here’s to Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera 📔
crying This book was so amazing!! I finished it in just over 24 hours. I loved it so much. Despite acknowledging the sequel was needed, I still loved it and the closure. But the ending was #goals. This is a sequel that you cannot miss.
Displacement by Kiku Hughes 💥 🗒
I don’t know why I didn’t read this earlier ― and I deeply regret that decision. This story was so powerful, and I couldn’t have loved it more. I wrote the longest review that I have written all year after reading this brilliant, beautiful and heart-wrenching graphic novel. And I am so glad that Kiku Hughes decided to share her family’s story.
The Trouble with Hating You by Sajni Patel 🗒
As well as being one of the most adorable romances on the planet, with enemies to lovers banter to die for, The Trouble with Hating You made me cry my eyes out. The family storyline made me so mad (for what the MC had to go through, not at the book), and I cannot recommend this enough. A review book that I should have read immediately when I got it.
Mr Fairfax, Mr West and the Meet Cute by Anyta Sunday 📱
This novella is the prequel to the whole Love, Austen series, and if you don’t know the characters, they are based on side characters in Austen’s Emma. The story was sweet, and matched the rest of the series, although I don’t recall if they are in Sunday’s Emma adaptation, Emerett Has Never Been in Love. But, it was a cute, quick read nonetheless.
The Spare by Miranda Dubner 📱
I picked this up on the Kindle store because I had seen it in advertising for ages. And because I’m trash for fake royal stories… It’s actually more in depth to the whole family than I was expecting, which means that it’s way better than I was expecting. Honestly, I couldn’t have loved this more.
Court by Tracy Wolff 📱
TBR be damned, I forgot this was coming out on 1 February. And hey, looks like I just finished The Spare in time!! If you weren’t aware, I was absolute trash for Crave, Crush and Covet ― the first three books in Wolff’s (quite mocking) YA vampire series. And at a whopping 941 pages, I think this will keep me going for a bit…
The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer 🎧
I have been listening to this in small bits and pieces, and am now so close to the end!! The story is definitely closing though, so it will be interesting to see how the second book goes.
The Kings of Nowhere by C. G. Drews 📱
C.G. Drews, who we all know and love as Paper Fury, is publishing the sequels (yes, plural) to The Boy Who Steals Houses to her brand new Patron account. And if you know anything about me, you should know how much I loved book one. I’ve started reading, but as we’re getting a couple of chapters each week, expect this to be on here for a while!!
I should definitely start making gains with my actual TBR for February…
- Don’t Hate the Player — Alexis Nedd 🗒
- The Wicker King — K. Ancrum 📔
- Midnight Sun — Stephenie Meyer (yes, it’s really happening) 🗒
What are you currently reading??