WWW Wednesday

I’m just about to start The Way to Impossible Island and, having loved Sophie’s first book, The Wild Way Home, I’m very much looking forward to this. I’m also listening to Demelza & the Spectre Detectors on Borrowbox which is a wonderfully fun read. I’m loving the narration by Charlie Sanderson, especially that of Grandma Maave. Demelza is a brilliant character who loves science and inventions so she is rather shocked to discover that she is part of a family of spectre detectors, able to summon the dead. Unfortunately for Demelza, someone is very interested in her special talent, and she soon finds herself in danger … this is a heart-warming, humour-filled read with really likeable main characters.

I’ve finished reading Between Sea and Sky which I absolutely loved. I am almost finished writing my review and will post it in the next few days. I’ve also finished the delightful Kate on the Case for younger readers which I really enjoyed. I am writing my review.

I’m hoping to read The House on the Edge next and listen to The Owl Tree.

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

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

    1. I hope you enjoy Between Sea and Sky if you get a chance to read it – would highly recommend! I really liked The Snow Spider trilogy so looking forward to another book by Jenny Nino.

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  1. I have The Way to Impossible Island waiting too and I think I have Kate on the Case on its way too, it’s just arrived in work and looks great.
    I’m glad you loved Between Sea and Sky, I need to get my review up soon too…
    I’ve never read any Jenny Nimmo – another of those ‘I should have but still haven’t…’ authors.

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