WWW Wednesday 6-10

Wow, I have been missing from my blog for a few days. I feel guilty!  But I have been reading…I just can’t seem to find the time to finish any reviews.  Hmmm.

Well, in the meanwhile, let me know what you are reading these days and play along with MizB from Should Be Reading.  What have you finished? What are you currently reading and What is up next?

spy in the housebronze godsI finished a couple of things.  I just finished A Spy in the House (Agency #1) by Y.S. Lee about a an agency of Victorian woman spies in London.  This novel was set during the Great Stink which made the city seem quite, uh, interesting that summer.  This weekend I finished Bronze Gods by A.A. Aguirre which was a fun paranormal, slightly steampunk, mystery cop caper and Hounded (Iron Druid 1) by Kevin Hearne about an old Irish druid who is more like a 21 year old dude, his dog and a bunch of fae who are either ticked off at him and trying to kill him, or help him.  Both were good starts to new to me series.

I am currently a couple of pages into a few things and can’t seem to stick with anything for long. Monster Island, World War Z and Odes to Common Things by Pablo Neruda…zombies and poetry about cats and artichokes…what is up with that?!

So since I can’t seem to pick what to read now, you can imagine I have no clue what to read next!  Maybe some short stories…  🙂

What are you reading these days?


About ocdreader

I love to read! I always have a book or four going, I have more books in my to-be-read pile than I can read in a year and yet I continue to haunt the bookstores. I have a problem, but I somehow soldier on. I enjoy talking books, so pass on your recommendations and thoughts - I would love to hear them.
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16 Responses to WWW Wednesday 6-10

  1. Bloggers who abandon their blogs should be punished. Unless it’s me of course, in which it’s fine and dandy.

    Interestingly, The Great Stink is what finally led to London getting a new sewer system.

    I was reading Great Expectations but have put it on hold to delve into the postwar memoirs of Albert Speer, the Nazi dude.

    Artichokes are weird.

    • ocdreader says:

      It was funny, the love interest was an architect building tunnels for a new sewer system, a little heavy handed, but it is YA!!
      Enjoy your Nazi memoirs, you will have to let us know how they are.
      I like artichokes, but they take so long to steam and then there really isn’t much payoff, ah well.

  2. ChrissiReads says:

    Ooh I haven’t heard of any of these books. They look good though!

  3. Layla says:

    I’m nearly done with Dan Brown’s new one, Inferno. It’s ok. I’ve gotten pretty meh where Dan Brown is concerned :p After that I’m gonna read Khaled Hosseini’s new one, I think….

  4. Kwizgiver says:

    I have The Agency in my queue.

  5. lipsyy says:

    Bronze Gods…what a great title! Sounds interesting. My post is here: http://lipsyy.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/www-wednesday-3/

  6. diannegray says:

    Yes – short stories are the go! 😀

  7. bibliobeth says:

    Yup, like the look of A Spy in the House! Thanks for visiting earlier x

  8. I really want to read Bronze Gods, I think it sounds like something I would like!
    My WWW Wednesday post 🙂

  9. Thanks for the visit. Happy reading! 🙂

  10. jenniferbielman says:

    I feel like I have been seeing a lot of Bronze Gods around the blogs. Now I am interesting.

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