Wednesday, April 13, 2016

What We're Reading Wednesday

Still working my way through this one. And again, it's not that it's bad, it's just not great. There's been some more development in the mystery, which has helped keep my interest, but there's still an uneven balance of magic and mystery. With it saying that this is a mystery on the cover, I really do want more mystery inside the cover.

This is my Kindle read. I could not be more excited to have gotten an ARC of this book! It just came out April 5, so I am a little behind, but work has kept me really busy and really tired. This is being touted as one of the next big true crime books, and for good reason. It is really well-written, and covers a crime that has rarely (if ever) been written about in book form. 

This is now my before-bed book, which has been perfect, as it is charming, soothing, and beautifully written.

This book is so good! It's got so many things I like going for it (even besides really good writing)-cabin in the woods, isolated group of people, flashbacks, secrets, mystery-definitely cannot wait to have more time to read this!

What are you currently reading? Let me know in the comments below!


  1. In a Dark, Dark Wood looks amazing!! I love the cover. I'm currently reading Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton and loving it! Great post♥

    PS, I'm a new follower of yours!
    Jumana @ Books by Jay

    1. I'm about three quarters of the way through In a Dark, Dark Wood now and it is amazing! I'm determined to find time to finish it today.

      I've never heard of Rebel of the Sands but I will definitely check it out.

      Thanks so much for the lovely comments and the follow! I'm heading over to your blog now :)

  2. I read In a Dark, Dark Wood. I haven't read much this year, but I got excited like I've actually read that one!! Haha. Right now I'm reading the sequel to 'Me Before You' :)

    xoxo - Kelly

    1. Twin! I didn't know you'd read it, did you like it? I'm determined to finish it today, I have to find out what happened!

      I haven't read Me Before You, but I keep hearing about it, so I'm definitely thinking I need to pick it up at some point.