WWW Wednesday | 7-04-2021

Hey guys, it’s WWW Wednesday time! This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and now hosted by Sam @Taking on a World of Words. Basically, I have to answer 3 questions with 3W’s : What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? and then link this post to the host.

City of Heavenly Fire: I still had to pinch myself when I was reading book 5 because that book was bizarre and surreal. I wonder if it all were a dream, but no. I know that book 5 was about Jace being “friends” with Sebastian, and traveling to Paris, Venice, whilst everyone else was suffering because of demonic intrusions. The ending of book 5 was too painful to digest, but it ended with a promise from Sebastian. The City of Heavenly Fire starts with the Shadowhunters expecting Sebastian to make his move and preparing themselves for the war. There are some new characters added here who appear in The Dark Artifices series. Even after 50% of the book, Sebastian is proving to be elusive and clever. I don’t know how they are going to put an end to him or the Endarkened, but it has been good so far. I really love the writing because the author has timed everything so meticulously in the novel that I can see every minute detail adding up to something crucial in the plot.

Ranger’s Oath: I started this one after To Kill a Kingdom and haven’t made much progress with it. I will read this immediately after the City of Heavenly Fire which must be tomorrow.

To Kill a Kingdom: I went into this book with zero expectations. I knew it had sirens and sirenhunters but never had a clue what the story was about. But was I surprised? Heck Yeah!

 One of the reasons why I loved reading this book is because it was set in water. Recently, I have found myself genuinely enjoying reading books set on islands or sea. This story’s pace was similar to These Violent Delights. It was slow, yet it didn’t stop me from being invested in the book. Sirens were notorious and eerie and has a penchant for human hearts. 

But everything combined, it was one pleasant read. If you liked reading Fable or pirate novels, and are looking for books with a morally grey character, then I’d highly recommend this book

I’m still debating which book to read next because I’m dying to read Relic, but have these ARCs to read as well, so I’ll most probably be reading these two books next.

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That’s all for today. What are you guys reading for this week? Let me know in the comments.

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