WEEKLY WRAP-UP! #15

Happy Sunday everyone! I hope your week was good and you are enjoying your weekend! While you are reading this post I would probably be at my parents house, enjoying a fresh breath away from the swamp that I call home, hopefully! Anyway, this week was a great week for my reading so… let’s begin!

What am I reading?

So, after watching, and loving, The Watch I was itching to go back to Discworld books, and since I have yet to read the last book of the City Watch subseries, well, it was a really easy choice! Thinking that this is the last book in there really saddens me, because saying hello to these amazing characters is hard. But it is also so so good! And then I have started Hard Reboot, because I was in need of something different from my previous reading and something short, so what is better than a short novel on gigantic robot fighting?? And so far is working wonders, because I am really enjoying it!

What have I read? 

This week I was lucky because I have had a lot of time to read and I have read some pretty amazing books! While I was checking on Goodreads for the right book to read by Pratchett (I cannot remember the order strigth, and since the whole series is something like 40 books well, I won’t even try) I discovered a really short short story (stress on the short because it is 4 pages long), Theatre of Cruelty, free to read online and obviously I had to read it. And even if it is shortshortshort it was just perfect! The Blacktongue Thief was a fantastic ride through an interesting world with some great characters and a lot of fun in it. I hope to write a review for this one! And then I have read, and loved, the third installment of Amra Thetys series, The Thief Who Knocked on Sorrow’s Gate. It was perfect! I was a bit in doubt with this one, because I loved the first book but the second was just okay so I didn’t really know what to expect from it (even if I heard from a good source that the second was just a fluke) but it was wow! The Witness For the Dead was another pretty great book, it was really quiet, but in a good way, and with a really good MC! And then there is When We Were Vikings, that it was okay. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it either. 

What Would I read?

I am not sure, but one it is highly possible that I would finally start What Angels Fear. I wanted to read this one since ages, and I think that its moment is finally here!

Blogging and Personal Life 

I haven’t a lot to say about this week, but probably at the moment I would be visiting my parents and, hopefully, taking a breath of fresh air! To be honest this week we got a couple of days that weren’t so bad, but the humidity is not good. At all. And wearing masks doesn’t help (I know that wearing masks is important and safe, I am just saying that they are not helping with the hot and humid weather!). Even poor Ade is not happy about it (he isn’t a fan of hot weather either) and he is constantly changing from “play with me, here is my toy, play human play!” with his tail wiggling and his puppy eyes to “I think I would never move from this accurately chosen spot on the floor where the shadow is cooler thank you” panting and puffing. And this is just the beginning!


On the blogging side I hope to write a couple of reviews in the next week, especially the one for The Blacktongue Thief, and maybe since we have reached the halfway point of the year, see how I am doing with my reading goals and TBR.

And what about you? How was your week? And what have you read?? Let me know! 


Happy reading!
S.

14 thoughts on “WEEKLY WRAP-UP! #15

  1. Lashaan Balasingam @ Bookidote says:

    I have only read The Colour of Magic but hope to give Pratchett more chances in the future. People love his work so much that I figured I might have just started at the wrong place to fully appreciate his imagination and humour hahah Hope you read some good ones, Susy! 😀

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    • Susy's Cozy World says:

      I think that the different sub-series in Pratchett opera are really different from each other, and I also think that there is something for everyone in there, you just have to work out which one is the right one (and I know that it could be too much work!). I wholeheartedly recommend the City Watch, but this is just because this is the one that speak the most to me!

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  2. Zezee says:

    Omg! Yes! Much harder to breathe in the mask when it’s hot AND humid. I’ve struggled many times with it. I do prefer to wear a mask, but it’s much easier to do so in cooler climates.

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