WWW Wednesday is a book list hosted by Taking on a World of Words, and I’m happy to participate today.
What did you recently finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
What I recently finished :
This one is getting a lot of attention and I heard it’s predicted to become THE thriller of next year. It was a good read with an unreliable narrator who suffers agoraphobia, a condition which I felt was described quite realistically, but the story didn’t stand out for me so much that it’s worthy of becoming a hype. I’m not always spot-on with these things though so don’t take my word for it :-).
The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
What I’m reading now:
OK this is me going a little out of my comfort zone (just a little bit) because the world-building is not exactly realistic. I’ll let you know how that ended ;-).
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
What I’ll (probably) read soon:
More than excited to read this one because I loved Six Stories! I never saw the twist in that one coming and I’m very eager to find out if he can deliver an equally stunning story. I’m on the blog tour for this one beginning of January so I hope to start reading very soon!
Hydra by Matt Wesolowski
Before Scarfell Claw, there was Hydra… One cold November night in 2014, in a small town in the north west of England, 26-year-old Arla Macleod bludgeoned her mother, father and younger sister to death with a hammer, in an unprovoked attack known as the ‘Macleod Massacre’.
Now incarcerated at a medium-security mental-health institution, Arla will speak to no one but Scott King, an investigative journalist, whose ‘Six Stories’ podcasts have become an internet sensation.
King finds himself immersed in an increasingly complex case, interviewing five witnesses and Arla herself, as he questions whether Arla’s responsibility for the massacre was a diminished as her legal team made out. As he unpicks the stories, he finds himself thrust into a world of deadly forbidden ‘games’, online trolls, and the mysterious Black-eyed Children, whose presence extends far beyond the delusions of a murderess…
Dark, chilling and gripping, Hydra is both a classic murder mystery and an up-to-the-minute, startling thriller, that shines light in places you may never, ever want to see again.
So that’s it, what are you reading this week? Share your link in the comments below so that I can come and take a look !