WWW Wednesday (catch up post!)

Wow it has been the longest time since my last post – and I am so, so sorry for disappearing! I want to dive straight back into blogging with a WWW!

What I’m currently reading:

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City of Heavenly Fire, by Cassandra Clare

The last chapter of the Mortal Instruments Series! I am 100 pages in, and I love the fast paced nature of this book. There have already been new characters introduced, as well as lots of links to previous events and people. I am hooked onto the story, though some of Clare’s writing quirks kind of annoy me. I will write more on this in my spoiler-free review, after I finish the book!

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A Clash of Kings, by George R. R. Martin

A Game of Thrones, the first book in the Song of Ice and Fire series, and the prequel to this book, was pretty amazing. It took me a very long time to read, as my interest faltered and spiked randomly, but the last 200-300 pages had me reading well into the night. I can see a similar thing happening with this book – I have been stuck on the first 50 pages for about a month now, even though I am very interested in the story. George R. R. Martin writes very well, but the slow paced nature isn’t working for me at the moment.

What I recently finished reading:

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Let It Snow, by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle

Exactly what it looks like: a cutesy romantic teen novel! Three different cute stories written by three different authors – but they all intervene and seeing the end result of this is really, here it is again: cute! It’s a light, quick read – but nothing special, in my opinion. I do thank this book for gifting me with the knowledge of teacup pigs! 🙂

What I think I’ll read next:

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Life Without Limits, by Nick Vujicic

This book was given to me by a friend, and as I’ve heard of Nick Vujicic and his motivational work, I was quite excited to read his autobiography. I started it, and quickly realised this book is written with a heavy bias for the Christian religion and God. It gets quite overwhelming when nearly every single page mentions God, His plan and blessings. I will finish this novel, though, as I am truly fascinated with Vujicic’s optimism in life.

Again, sorry for the disappearance – hopefully I’ll be posting regularly now!

Happy reading,

Zee 🙂

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