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It’s time for another round of WWW Wednesday!
As a brief refresher, this meme is a challenge that is currently handled by Taking On A World of Words, and it’s really simple and fun to participate in.
Simply read 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 dive in!
This riveting middle-school zombie thriller is told through the eyes of Daphne, an Autistic twelve-year-old girl. Feel what she feels, and see what she sees as this adventure keeps you on your toes. Daphne isn’t just your typical twelve-year-old girl. Her Autism helps her experience the World differently, and when undead creatures attack she discovers what the true power within herself really is. Join Daphne as she learns how to live in this strange new world with new senses while figuring out her powers and fighting for the people she loves.
Opinion so far:
I had the pleasure of meeting this author at Crypticon last weekend. Being that she’s a new author like myself, I bumped her book to the top of my list and recently did an interview with her.
So far I’m really enjoying her novel. Daphne is going on quite the adventure with her family and friends in her new, dangerous world.
Definitely keep your eyes peeled for my review as well as my interview with J.E. Nelson!
There’s something pretty weird going on in the woods behind Cassie’s house. The place where Ax and Tobias call home. It seems the Yeerks have figured out one very important thing: Andalites cannot survive without a feeding ground. Visser Three knows the “Andalite bandits” don’t feed where he does, so there can only be one other place.
Now Cassie, Marco, Jake, Rachel, Tobias, and Ax have to figure out a way to stop a bogus logging camp. Because if Visser Three finds Ax in the woods, nothing will stop him from finding the Animorphs…
As with other books in the Animorphs series, I really enjoyed this one. Cassie is one of my favorite characters because of how much she differs from the others. She’s introverted, cares deeply, and is extremely empathetic. Personally, I believe she’s the real heart of this ragtag team.
Her traits really come through in this continuation, and though the action isn’t as crazy as it usually is, I still really enjoyed this story.
For my full review of this book, click here.
Next on my TBR:
Terrorist groups such as Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah have flourished in recent years with new recruits joining them and ISIS-affiliates at an alarming rate. Blended operations by various Asian countries have forced the groups to work together to identify a new operational base.
They seek an island nation to call home, one where they can plot against countries who oppose their ideals. They found a target, a small nation-state, perfect for their needs: The Republic of Singapore.
Before anyone can respond, the ambassadors of the United States, Great Britain, and Australia are kidnapped from their residences in Singapore. Right index fingers of each victim are sent as a warning. Any attempt to recover the ambassadors will result in the removal of additional body parts.
Bedlam Charlie team leader, Evelyn Evinrude, leads the group to rescue the ambassadors and capture the local leaders of Abu Sayyaf and Jemaah Islamiyah. Can Bedlam succeed or will events escalate, resulting in more deaths?
My Opinion Up Front
I promised myself I would read the latest of the Bedlam series this month, and it’s already nearing the end! I always enjoy Randy’s works and definitely look forward to this continuation. Keep your eyes peeled for updates on this one!
That’s a Wrap!
Alrighty, 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!