WWW Wednesday – 22 April 2020

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words, where bloggers share the books that they’ve recently finished, what they are currently reading and what books they are planning to read next. Essentially you have to answer three questions (the Three Ws):

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

So, let’s get to it.

What are you currently reading?

To Kill a Man, The Unsettling Stars Covers

To Kill a Man by Sam Bourne (Trade Paperback)

I have been meaning to read some of Sam Bourne’s stuff for a couple of years now, but never quite had the time.  So when I was lucky enough to receive a copy of his latest book, To Kill a Man, earlier this week, I jumped at the chance and started reading it.  I am about halfway through at the moment, and so far I am finding it to be a fantastic and clever political thriller.

Star Trek: The Unsettling Stars by Alan Dean Foster (Audiobook)

I’ve been really getting into Star Trek extended fiction over the last year, so it didn’t take make to convince me to look at the latest Star Trek book to come out.  The Unsettling Stars is set in the alternate timeline that the 2008 Star Trek film created and follows the young crew of the Enterprise right after the events of the movie.  I am really enjoying this audiobook, and it has an intriguing story to it.


What did you recently finish reading?

Gathering Dark by Candice Fox (Trade Paperback)

Gathering Dark Cover


House of Earth and Blood
by Sarah J. Maas (Audiobook)

House of Earth and Blood Cover
Lords of the Sith by Paul S. Kemp (Audiobook)

Lords of the Sith Cover


What do you think you’ll read next?


Night Lessons in Little Jerusalem
by Rick Held (Trade Paperback)

Night Lessons in Little Jerusalem Cover

 

That’s it for this week, check back in next Wednesday to see what progress I’ve made on my reading and what books I’ll be looking at next.

10 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – 22 April 2020

    1. I only started getting in Star Trek books in the last year, but I’ve been enjoying them. They release a huge amount of them each year (I think they’ve written over 800 books in the last 50 years or so), and there have been some rather good recent releases, such as The Last Best Hope by Una McCormack and The Captain’s Oath by Christopher L. Bennett.

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