Good Morning Booksters,
Are you ready for another round of WWW Wednesday? I sure am!
So as a quick refresher, WWW Wednesday is a meme challenge that is currently handled by Taking On A World of Words, and it’s pretty simple.
Just follow the 3 W questions below and answer them:
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
All right, let’s get this thing rolling!
The waking forest has secrets. To Rhea, it appears like a mirage, dark and dense, at the very edge of her backyard. But when she reaches out to touch it, the forest vanishes. She’s desperate to know more—until she finds a peculiar boy who offers to reveal its secrets. If she plays a game.
To the Witch, the forest is her home, where she sits on her throne of carved bone, waiting for dreaming children to beg her to grant their wishes. One night, a mysterious visitor arrives and asks her what she wishes for, but the Witch sends him away. And then the uninvited guest returns.
The strangers are just the beginning. Something is stirring in the forest, and when Rhea’s and the Witch’s paths collide, a truth more treacherous and deadly than either could ever imagine surfaces. But how much are they willing to risk to survive?
Opinion so far:
I’m about a third through this book, and I have to say, I’m struggling a bit. It doesn’t feel like much is happening in this book, and most of it is spent inside the MC’s house. That being said, I’m going to see this through because it’s not completely terrible. I’m just not all that impressed so far.
United Nations’ sanctions are crippling North Korea. China has turned her back on her malevolent partner. The North Korean military machine is crumbling, unable to function. Oil reserves are minimal and the government seeks new alliances.
Cargo and tourist ships are disappearing along the Somali and Kenyan coastline at an alarming rate. Speeches abound, but inaction emboldens Al-Shabab to seek their next prize: Kenya. The terror organization controls land but requires weapons.
Bedlam Bravo team leader Colonel (Ret.) Trevor Franklin leads the small international team into East Africa. Tempers flare as the team is embroiled in a political quagmire. The axis must be stopped to avert an international crisis but at what cost?
This second book in Krzak’s series was really great. It was a good entertaining read, and I’m definitely going to pick up the next one soon.
For my full review of this book, click here.
Next on my TBR:
What would you do if you were the only alien trapped on a strange planet? Probably freak out, right? Well, that’s what Ax feels like doing. But as an Andalite warrior-cadet, he has to be pretty cool about stuff like that. He’s been hanging out with the Animorphs ever since the Dome ship was destroyed by the Yeerks and his brother, Prince Elfangor, was destroyed by Visser Three.
Life on Earth is pretty different for Ax. But there is one thing he, Cassie, Marco, Jake, Rachel, and Tobias have in common. Something that one alien, four kids and a hawk know they have to do: stop the Yeerks…
My Opinion Up Front
As with every other book in the Animorphs series, I’m super excited about this one. I can’t get enough, and after my last two books read, I’m looking forward to a nice, light read.
That’s a Wrap!
Alrighty peeps, that’s my WWW Wednesday for this week.
What’s your WWW Wednesday look like? Have you read any of the books on my list? Do you have any opinions or feedback on the books I chose? Feel free to share in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe or follow my bookish journeys!
Happy Reading Everyone!