Wednesday, 18 June 2014

WWW Wednesdays - June 18th

This is a weekly book meme hosted by Should Be Reading and I thought it was a great Idea. So WWW WEDNESDAYS… is a weekly event where you share (1)What you’re currently reading, (2)What you recently finished reading, and (3)What you think you’ll read next.... And here goes

Q1) What are you currently reading?
A1) I am currently reading The Darkest Evening of the Year by Dean Koontz. A few years back I discovered Dean Koontz and I just could not get enough of his books. I read close to 20 of his books over the course of a year. This book was just coming out then and I was quite looking forward to it. But I got side tracked by other books and it just didn't happen. But now I'm taking part in a read - a - thon on Instagram called #bookstagramathon and I thought this is the right time to read it. I am 3/4ths of the way in to the book. I am liking it but it isn't as good as his other books like Seize the Night, False Memory, Life Expectancy and many more. One of the best things about his books is the importance he gives to the dogs in the books. I love dogs and his portrayal o the dynamics between the person and their dog is just great.

Q2) What book did you recently finish reading?
A2)  I just finished reading The last Policeman by Ben H. Winters. This was a book about a Detective who decides to solve a murder even though the date of the end of the world is known to everyone. He takes it upon himself to regard a death that seems like a suicide, when most deaths are suicides, and looks past it to consider foul play. I am not doing the story any favors by telling you this premise. I would suggest you read the blurb on Goodreads here and decide for yourselves if this book is great. I enjoyed reading this and look forward to reading the rest of the books in this trilogy.

Q3) What do you plan on reading next?
A3) I have not really thought about what I will read next. I might read The Lost Boy by Camilla Lackberg. This is part of the Patrik Hedstrom series and I have read the previous 6 books in the series and I am in a mood for crime/thriller books. But this could change by the time I finish reading my current read.

1 comment:

  1. I love the Camilla Lackberg series although I think I missed book 3 for some reason. I great list of crime thrillers this week. Here is my WWW