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 Beauty of Broken Things
Victoria Connelly

the beuty of broken things
Goodreads

 

I am enjoying Beauty of Broken Things, which I got free from Netgalley for a fair and honest review, the story of how Luke Hansard after the death of his wife, connects with Orla Kendrick who was a friend of his wife, with as well as being a recluse, had a connection with broken things

 

I Invited Her In
Adele Parks
Joanne Froggatt (Narrator)

i invited her in
Goodreads

 

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 able to continue with it.     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?

The Black Swan of Paris
Karen Robards

I got The Black Swan of Paris by Karen Robards from NetGalley for a fair and honest review. I enjoyed this World War II historical fiction book not only because it was an good read, where the book moved on a a great pace not to slow or fast, but not only, about fame and how it may be used for good when it seems to be have a different perspective from the outside. The second plot point was the way that how we can fall out with members of our family but when push comes to shove it comes together.

The Inivisible Man
H G Wells

This classic story of how an albino man becomes the very first person to become invisible. As I said last week I have a mixed feelings about H G Wells as a writer, after reading War of the Worlds and the Time Machine and I do not think they have changed but may have become more clear after reading The Invisible Man. Which is I think the Wells has a very good imagination to think about these stories but his writing style is not something that I enjoy, I may at a latter date read more of his works at a latter date I am in the mood for him again.

The Coat
April Grunspan

the coat
Goodreads

I got The Coat By April Grunspan, free from netgalley for a fair and honest review, I loved this book, the idea is a simple one is that on his Barmitzvah, Seth is given from his dad and Granddad a World War II, Long Nazi officers coat. Though he never finds out how his granddad who survived the Holocaust, in Poland, never finds out how he got it. To this end Seth who calls himself a Jewish atheist writes various stories how the coat could have become his granddads, connected to Seths own life experiences.

 

What do you think you will read next?

I have 3 books that I am thinking about reading next all of them are historical fiction connected to world war II, the books are as follows.

The Winter Agent
Gareth Rubin

winter agent
Goodreads

This is an ARC from Netgalley which is set in Paris in February 1944 just before D-day so about the same time as The Black Swan of Paris, it is about a British agent dropped in to France to help with the invasion plans and to look for a double agent.

We Germans
Alexander Starritt

4we the germans
Goodreads

 

This is almost a compendium to The Coat which along with this I got free from Netgalley for a fair and honest review. The story is about a young British man asks his German Grandfather what it was like to fight for the wrong side in World War II, at the time he dose not answer him but when he dies, they find a letter about the Grandfathers war time experience

Life and Fate
Vasily Grossman

life and fate
Goodreads

 

This is the book that follows straight on from Stalingrad which I read earlier this month, from Netgalley for a fair and honest review. It takes the story on from when the first book ended.

 

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