WWW Wednesday #25

Published December 18, 2013 by bibliobeth

WWW Wednesdays is hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Click on the image to get to her blog!

Hello everyone, it’s WWW Wednesday! Thanks as ever to MizB at Should Be Reading for hosting.

To join in you need to answer 3 questions..

•What are you currently reading?

•What did you recently finish reading?

•What do you think you’ll read next?

Click on the book covers to take you to a link to find out more!

What are you currently reading?


I’m just about to start this book for one of my GoodReads book groups, Bright Young Things, looking forward to seeing what it’s all about.

What did you recently finish reading?:


Just finished this book and loved it. Really wasn’t expecting to like it as much as I did so it was a pleasant surprise! My review should be up sometime next week hopefully.

What do you think you’ll read next?:


Another one I’m looking forward to! I’ve seen the film with Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon, but never actually read the original play. Time to change that methinks.

What are you reading this Wednesday? Please leave your link and I’ll come pay you a visit. Happy Reading Everyone!

31 comments on “WWW Wednesday #25

  • Hi Elizabeth,

    I am liking the diversity of genres and story locations you have this week. Since blogging, I have read books from a number of areas across the world and I have to say that I have enjoyed the experience tremendously, so your first two books definitely fit into my schedule well.

    I have to admit that I am very remiss when it comes to reading the classics and much to my shame I have never read any Oscar Wilde. I was lucky enough to win a competition a few weeks back, with the prize being four of the all time classics, so now I have no excuse not to add them to my list.

    Thanks for sharing a couple of great new finds and I hope that you enjoy the rest of your week,


  • The Importance of Being Ernest is hilarious! I read it in school several years back. You will enjoy it. And I haven’t read that Aravind Adiga book, but I have read his book The White Tiger, which was really good.

    Happy reading!

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