What Are You Reading Wednesdays (#2)


d92137317ee4ee3138470bd1a0da5b04What Are You Reading Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by Its A Reading Thing.  All you need to do to participate is open the book that you are currently reading to page 34.  If you have an ebook, go to 34% and answer the following 3 questions:

1. What’s the name of your current read?

2. Go to page 34 in your book or 34% in your ebook and share a complete sentence (or two)?

3. Would you like to live in the world that exists within your book? Why or why not?

Feel free to leave a link to your (What Are You Reading Wednesday)  post in my comments section. I would love to read your answers!

You Think You Know Me

1. This week I am reading “You Think You Know Me” by Clare Chase.

2. “Although I had wanted to tell someone all about it, this wasn’t what I’d had in mind.  Sally was one thing, but Sally plus Alicia was another.  The fine drizzle in the air didn’t enhance my mood; it was a bit like walking through a cloud.”

3. I would quite happily trade places with Anna the protagonist in this book for a day, from what I have read so far.  While she is faced with some dilemmas and difficulties, honestly I think she has little to complain about. She is young, free and single and her life is hardly one that you could call boring. So yes please, I would happily swap some of the mundane routines of motherhood for a little taste of Anna’s life and the opportunities that come with that.


6 thoughts on “What Are You Reading Wednesdays (#2)

  1. Jeanie says:


    I am reading Taken For Dead by Graham Masterton.

    “Meryl turned around, but the bouncer-type who had his foot in the doorway seized both of her arms from behind. He lifted her bodily out of the house and into the porch. She let out a breathless scream and struggled against him, but when she realized that he was far too strong for her, she let her legs give way, and sagged, so that he would have to carry her full weight.”

    The stories main character is the female detective who is trying to solve the rather gruesome and apparent serial murders. I wouldn’t fancy the stress and angst she is going through in her work and private life but would loved to visit count Cork where the story is based 😃

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    • Nicola | BookBunny says:

      Oohh …I must head over to Goodreads and look this one up. Are you on there Jeanie?

      I think I agree with you, it sounds like the protagonist leads a stressful and dangerous life. Cork is so lovely !!! 😉


    • Nicola | BookBunny says:

      I love the cover too. It’s what drew me to it first. This is my first Netgalley ARC so I was very excited to read it.

      It is a mystery with some romance thrown in too. I will be reviewing it next week so keep an eye out 😉

      Thanks for dropping by xx


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