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WWW Wednesday #18

By Mle_vnc @Backlist_Books
http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2013/11/06/www-wednesdays-nov-6/
It's time for this week's WWW Wednesdays, hosted by Should Be Reading blog (head over and check them out!).
This link up asks three questions
  • What are you currently reading?
  • What did you recently finish reading?
  • What do you think you'll be reading next? 
Here are my WWW answers!
What did I recently finish reading?
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After Legend I picked up this one. Not so much because I was desperate to know what happened, as because a) It was there, and b) I'd heard that this series gets better with every book. Not entirely sure I agree.
What am I currently reading? 
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After finishing 2/3 of this series, I felt like I couldn't really stop there. So I soldiered on with Champion and got about halfway through it before I realized I kind of needed a change of pace. I still plan to finish it - I'm so close now - but I might save this one for the Readathon on Saturday. I picked up Fikry because I was intrigued by it and it kept beckoning me from my bedside table. So far I'm really enjoying it - it's whimsical, easy to get into, and there's lots of book talk in it. Which makes me happy.
What do I think I'll be reading next? 
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I started this one on Christmas Eve, and while it was beautifully written and incredibly evocative, it just wasn't what I wanted to be reading over the holidays. However my need for some reading material with a bit more substance has led me back to it, and I plan to keep chipping away at it. It's long, though, as well as dense, so I imagine I'll be reading it side-by-side with some lighter books. Otherwise it'll be like 6 months before I finish it and I do like to post a review a week!
Now it's your turn! Share your recent reads in the comments - and don't forget to link up with the original post (and share a link in the comments) if you wrote your own WWW Wednesday!

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