WWW Wednesday

I’ve just started Wilder then Midnight which is just gorgeous – lyrical and magical with a real air of mystery.

I finished DreadWood which is a fantastic middle-grade horror. I’ve posted my review. I saw a teacher on Twitter was inviting people to take part in a read/re-read of The Chronicles of Ancient Darkness series, reading one book per month. I have read Viper’s Daughter and Skin Taker, but have never read the first six books in the series, so I decided to pick up Wolf Brother. What a book! I was absolutely drawn into this pre-historic world when Torak first loses his father and meets Wolf. Utterly brilliant, and I’ll definitely to reading the rest of this series. I was so excited to be sent Firesong, the final book in the fantastic Brightstorm series. This is definitely a fitting end to the series. There were tears and smiles as I read. I will post my review soon. And – I read another adult book! I was a huge fan of the Joss Whedon Firefly series so have picked up another in the book series, Big Damn Hero which reads just like an episode, reminding me just how brilliant this series is! Finally, I read The Lucky Diamond which is a fun, fantasy quest adventure. You can read my review here.

I don’t go back to work until Monday, and I need to do some school work at some point before then, but I’m still hoping to read The Secret Wild and The Map of Leaves before then!

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

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. Enjoy your reading! I hope you love Firesong, I really want to read that one!
    I´m about to finish Ruin, and listening to A Marvellous Light!

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    1. I remember it’s a series that I was ‘aware of’ when I first started teaching many, many moons ago, but never got round to it even though I had the incentive of an extract being on a SATs revision paper! I was then sent Viper’s Daughter to review and loved it and have since read Skin Taker. I then saw a readathon for the series on Twitter, so decided to start at the beginning, and I’m so glad I did. I might make this my last read for my Year 6 class as it would be a brilliant series to carry over into secondary school!

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