It’s Monday! What are you reading? #IMWAYR 19/2/18

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading, and what you plan on reading next. This is a terrific meme that allows you to meet fellow bookworms and find new books to add to your ever-growing reading wish list.

I first spotted this weekly meme on Reading Between The Pages, although it is actually hosted by The Book Date.

What I read last week:

Technically what I’ve been reading the past fortnight, as the first week didn’t go so well! I seem to be on a bit of a YA kick this week!

Murder on the Oxford Canal, by Faith Martin – the first in the series and my least favourite.

The Three, by Sarah Lotz – an interesting premise, but a bit too weird for me.

Only Ever Yours, by Louise O’Neill – an enjoyable dystopian tale

The Kill Order, by James Dashner – the worst of the series!

My full thoughts on all four books can be found on Goodreads.

What I’m currently reading:


Gamescape: Overworld, by Emma Trevayne – it’s OK so far. Not sure I’m the target audience!

What I plan to read next:


Only One Life, by Sara Blaedel – this is my Euro Crime pick for the month and it’s our meeting next week. I’ve also just realised this will be a re read for me (5* read in June 2015)!

Have you been reading anything interesting this week?



One thought on “It’s Monday! What are you reading? #IMWAYR 19/2/18

  1. I am on a kick of reading a stack of older Regency romances written anywhere between 1970s-1990s. They are mild enough, sometimes entertaining, and just the ticket for stressless evenings for me right now!


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