This is my latest WWW Wednesday. I saw this by Bookworms Anonymous, who said it was started by MizB at A Daily Rythm and currently hosted by Taking on a World of Words. All you have to do is answer the three following questions

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


Here we go with the first question


What are you currently reading?

The Black Swan of Paris
Karen Robards

i am around 40% through, this ARC I got from NetGalley, for a fair and honest review. The book is set during World War II, about a French singer Genevieve Dumont who is the darling of the Nazis, but uses this to spy for the allies. I am enjoying the book at the moment both the premis and the style of writing


I Invited Her In
Adele Parks
Joanne Froggatt

i invited her in


This is the perfect audio book at the moment for me, I can pick it up for a time and leave it for a day and I am still in the story. The book is about 2 friends at university who have not seen  each other, since Mel got pregnant, and left to raise the child on her own. Abi married and moved to America and has a career as a tv interviewer, however, after finding her husband in bed with his PA. Abi, flew back to the UK, moving in with Mel. Who is now happily married with a son, and two young daughters.

What did you recently finish?

Vasily Grossman

This is an Arc I got from NetGalley which I got for a fair and honest review, which tells the story of a Russian family during the second world war. I loved this book the writing the story, that the book made me think and immersed me into the story. It is a long book but well worth the time it took to read.


What do you think you will read next?

I am again, unsure this week, on what book I should read next, but it will be one of the following.


The Indivisible Man
H G Wells

This is a classic story, about a young man who works out, how to make himself invisible and how this affects him. I Have listened to it on an audio book years ago, I also have a difficult, reading relationship with H G Wells, as I like his stories but his endings to me are weak to me as a modern reader, so I want to see how this book stands up to this.


The Beauty of Broken Things
Victoria Connelly

the beuty of broken things


This is an ARC I requested from NetGalley for a fair and honest review which was authorised. The book tells the story of Luke who has lost is wife, to help him get over this tragic event Luke goes looking for Orla,  a reclusive former friend of his wife.


The Coat
April Grunspan

the coat

This is another requested ARC from Netgalley, which I got for a fair and Honest review. The tells the story of a young man who gets a NAZI officers full coat, from his granddad. He then starts writing fictional stories, based on grandparents, war time experiences.


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