WWW Wednesday

I’m loving Skandar and the Phantom Rider which I’m now reading a physical copy of rather than listening to the audiobook as I had to return it on my library account, and I couldn’t wait for a re-issue. I think this is even better than the first one. I’m listening to Dead Good Detectives which is spookily fun. Sid Jones and Zen are a great duo, trying to help Bones – the ghost of a 300-year-old pirate – recover his lost treasure. I’m definitely looking forward to picking up the final one in this duology, Ghost Rescue, when it is released in August.

I finished reading The Boy Who Made Monsters which is just as brilliant as all Jenny’s heartfelt, humorous reads. I have posted my review.

I didn’t get to this last week, so I’m hoping to get to it this week. It’s half term and, whilst I would usually get lots of reading done, I’m going to Ireland to visit family so I don’t think there’ll be quite so much reading!

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

4 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. I’m currently reading Among the Imposters by Margaret Peterson Haddix. It’s the second of the youth Shadow Children series. I started by reading the first one, Among the Hidden.
    It’s a gripping dystopian tale. It’s recommended for 8-year-olds and up but, to me, it’s not for anyone under 16. The (all too believable) atrocities of a totalitarian government system of control by cruel methods, isn’t an appropriate topic for youngsters, IMHO. I’m hooked though. 😉

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  2. Work is manic right now but I have been dipping in and out of children’s picture books I just read ‘A Dress with Pockets’ by Lily Murray I really liked that. I like the look of ‘Until the Road Ends’ just added that to my TBR list

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    1. Just looked up ‘A Dress with Pockets’ – it looks wonderful. I’m reading ‘When the Sky Falls’ to my class which is another fantastic book by Phil Earle.


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