It’s Wednesday again, fellows! Starting this month, I will do Waiting on Wednesday and WWW Wednesday alternately.
Let’s start with WWW Wednesday, a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Worlds. Everyone can join. Just simply answer the three questions and share the link of your post in the comment section of Sam’s blog.
The Three Ws are:
∴ What are you currently reading?
∴ What did you recently finish reading?
∴ What do you think you’ll read next?
Currently Reading: Point of Retreat by Colleen Hoover
CoHo really loves to play my feelings. This is my 3rd Colleen Hoover book and she didn’t disappoint me yet. It’s butterflying incredible.
This is my first book for #2books5days challenge. 2 more chapters left.
Recently Finished: Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
Rating: 4.5 stars
Favorite Quote: “The best things aren’t perfectly constructed. They aren’t illusions. They aren’t larger than life. They are life.”
Wonder by RJ Palacio
You can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.
My name is August. I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.
August Pullman wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old. He does ordinary things. He eats ice cream. He plays on his Xbox. He feels ordinary – inside.
But Auggie is far from ordinary. Ordinary kids don’t make other ordinary kids run away screaming in playgrounds. Ordinary kids don’t get stared at wherever they go.
Born with a terrible facial abnormality, Auggie has been home-schooled by his parents his whole life, in an attempt to protect him from the cruelty of the outside world. Now, for the first time, he’s being sent to a real school – and he’s dreading it. All he wants is to be accepted – but can he convince his new classmates that he’s just like them, underneath it all?
This will be my 2nd book for #2books5days challenge. I need to finish this until 4th of March.
Black Crow White Lie By Candi Sary
A story of young Carson Calley. He has a rare and magical gift of healing, a gift which both defines him and threatens to betray him. He lives in Hollywood motels with his alcoholic, fortune-telling mother, Juliette. She nurtures his gift, but her ways are deceptive. She feeds the boy fantastical stories to convince him of his greatness. At fourteen, Carson finally wises up to her lies and his identity is completely shattered. Juliette is too deep in her addiction to help him separate the facts from the fictions, so he looks for answers on the streets of Hollywood. There he finds Faris, a tattoo shop owner, and Casper, a cashier at a head shop. These two unlikely mentors help this troubled yet extraordinary boy find his way to the truth.
Until next week! Ciao.
Happy reading! ♥