WWW-Wednesday #1: April 11, 2018

Posted april 11, 2018 by Laurie in Boekenpraat, Booktalk, English / 1 Comment

WWW-Wednesday is something I’ve seen many bloggers doing. I don’t strive to be a copycat or something, but I would like to get some more interaction on here. Second, I am the worst in sticking to my TBR, so books I was supposed to be reading get neglected or postponed. Maybe writing it all down will help me tackle my growing TBR somehow. These posts will be written in English, as I’m trying to make my blog more bilingual as well. So, what did I read last week, what am I reading now and what will I read next?

Last week

So since I was on holidays last week, I’ve read a lot of books. I started with The Inquisition by Taran Matharu. My review will be up tomorrow and in Dutch since I reviewed The Novice in Dutch as well.

After finishing that book, I finished They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera. I started reading it the day before I left, so I couldn’t finish it. This review will be up on Friday and in English, since the Dutch translation of this book will be out at the end of this month.

The third book I read was Ways To Live Forever by Sally Nicholls. This was the most disappointing book of my holidays and you will find out why on Saturday. Not sure whether I will write my review in English or Dutch yet.

Finally, I’ve read the Dutch book Daan & Nadia by Esther Walraven. This review will be in Dutch and published on Sunday. I was afraid of a Zac & Mia look a like book but thankfully it was not at all.

Currently reading

I already started The Girl In The Ice by Robert Bryndza last weekend and I could have finished it Monday during my flight home, if only the book cooperated. It did not open and I really don’t know why. I couldn’t open it online since I was on a plane haha. I’m on 75% of this book, so I think I can finish it soon. Maybe I already finished it once you are reading this article. Again, I’m still doubting whether to write my review in Dutch or English.

During my flight I started Heir Of Fire by Sarah J. Maas and already finished 1/3 of it. This review will be in Dutch since I reviewed the other two books in the TOG series in Dutch as well.


One of my next books is definitely The Exact Opposite Of OK by Laura Steven. Since Laura is coming to YALFest which takes place in 11 days, I have to finish it beforehand. The Dutch version of this book found its release yesterday, so this will be a high priority one.

As second book, I’m not really sure what to read next. Maybe A Thousand Pieces Of You by Claudia Gray? Could be.

So tell me. What did you guys read last, are you reading now and what will you be reading next?


One response to “WWW-Wednesday #1: April 11, 2018

  1. Do

    First of all, I really like your new lay-out šŸ˜€ I am very curious about Taran Matharu’s books, hopefully I’ll be able to read The Novice before Yalfest (but I prefer reading in English and I did not came across one copy of his book, so I probably going to buy an e-book). I really loved The Exact Opposite of Okay!

    I just finished Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine which I really enjoyed, and I am currently reading Far from the Tree. The next book I’ll read is probably It Never Ends by Colleen Hoover or Mrs. Dalloway by Virgina Woolf!

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