Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme is hosted by Sam @Taking on a World of Words. You can participate it too! Just answer the three questions below.
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
“A Christmas Carol” is the best-known and best-loved of Dickens’ ‘Christmas Books’, and the story of the miser Scrooge’s redemption has become as much part of the Christmas tradition as plum pudding and carols themselves. Will Tiny Tim live to see another Christmas? Can Scrooge recover his humanity and learn to love the fellow men he seems to despise? Dickens will make you laugh and make you cry as you follow Scrooge’s supernatural adventures on Christmas Eve…
The most terrifying thriller you’ll read this year
It starts with just one body – the hands bound, the skin covered in marks.
Detective Superintendent Jeanette Kihlberg is determined to find out who is responsible, despite opposition from her superiors. When two more bodies are found, it becomes clear that she is hunting a serial killer.
With her career on the line, she turns to psychotherapist Sofia Zetterlund. Together, they uncover a chain of shocking events that began decades ago – but will it lead them to the murderer before someone else dies?
Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk by Kathleen Rooney – 2⭐ | This was a book where Lillian literally takes a walk and goes through her life. I didn’t connect with her at all and that alone ate a lot of my interest toward her story. She seemed like a lovely person though. But the biggest issue was the repetitiveness.
Michigan vs. The Boys by Carrie S. Allen – 5⭐ | I loved this book. I know so much shit like this goes on in the world and it should not be that way. Maybe we can all learn a thing or two from Michigan and from the others too.
We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – 5⭐ | I have no idea why I’ve been pushing this book on the backlist because this was awesome! I’ve never thought myself to be a feminist because (yes I’m a dummy) I thought it meant that I should be joining all these manifestations and stuff.
But turns out that this book was great education for this idiot! I am a feminist and proud of it. Chimamanda talks about so many important topics that are all true. We live in 2000 century. We should have overcome all these mantras: “men have power, men are everything, men are stronger, men are better!” because that is not true anymore! We all are on the same line. We all are just as good as the man next to us.