The Wednesday weekly post WAYRW returns. Read on to find out what I’m reading this Wednesday.

What Are You Reading Wednesday

Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

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I’m now racing through this read and I can’t wait to finish the final 30%!

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

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I saw the film awhile ago but as part of the Beat The Backlist 2017 Challenge I decided to read the original material (and hopeful it’s sequel)!

Mrs Dalloway by Virigina Woolf

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This is one of the books on one of two potential university reading lists, so I decided to get a head start on some university reading! Hopefully I’ve be reading several other potential university books over the summer holidays.

Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch

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This is a re-read – I recently finished The Hanging Tree and decided to start again with reading the Peter Grant series because it’s been forever since I was first introduced to the series. I’ve also never reviewed the early books in the Peter Grant series so it’s a good way of putting together reviews for the series as a whole. I’m enjoying the experience so far!


Have you read any of these books? What are you reading this week? Have you recieved any ARCs, physically or digitally, recently? Let me know in the comments!


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  1. Great books

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