WWW Wednesday

I absolutely loved listening to The Ghost’s Child by Sonya Hartnett earlier this year, and definitely wanted to read more of her books. I’m currently listening to The Silver Donkey which is wonderful so far. At long last, I’m about to start my Christmas break, so I’m going to start North Child as my first Christmas read. This is one I’ve been looking forward to for a LONG time!

I’ve finished listening to The Girl Who Saved Christmas on Borrowbox. I enjoyed this one which I found both poignant and hopeful. I also finished reading Mistletoe and Murder which is my favourite in the series so far. I loved the Christmas setting in Cambridge and that the two detective society’s meet. I loved this cover too! I also finished Delivery to the Lost City which is the final book in Train to Impossible Places series. I absolutely loved this and thought it was a wonderful end to the series. Review to follow shortly.

As I’m off on holiday from tomorrow, I’m hoping to get lots of reading in over the Christmas break so I’m hoping to read The Forest of Moon and Sword, Dragon Detective: That’s a Wrap and The Miracle on Ebenezer Street before next Wednesday.

What are you reading? Have you read any of these?

3 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. Not that that should influence me but North Child has such a beautiful cover! I definitely have to go and look what it’s about. I still haven’t finished the first Train book. I don’t know. It’s not like it’s bad but for some reason it cannot hold my attention for very long. I guess I should still try to finish it.

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