WWW Wednesday

The first Wednesday of November – exams are taking their toll. But I am in a good mood anyways, so here’s my current reading situation!

#1 What are you currently reading?

I discovered this amazing English bookstore in Paris and stumbled across The Mitford Murders, a mystery that has long been on my TBR. Jessica Fellowes is the author of the famous TV show Downton Abbey which I completely adored (and also cried when I watched the movie) and so I am absolutely thrilled to read one of her books. My best friend’s mother (we’re a very huge fan community of me, my mum, my bestie and her mum – we’re two bestie pairs!) owns Belgravia, another book by Jessica Fellowes, but I decided to read ner newest series first.

Anyways, (I wandered off there a bit…) I am really enjoying this book so far. I haven’t read much, maybe three chapters, but the introduction is great and the prologue starts off with the murder which is what I like best – a very very short introduction and a jump right into the story. KISS – keep it short and simple; as my English teacher likes to call it.

#2 What was the last book you read?

The last book I read was the finale of the Silver Trilogy, Just Dreaming, which I will not review because it would be just pure repetition of everything I have already mentioned before. To sum it up: the perfect ending to a magnificent and wonderful series.

#3 What do you think you’ll read next?

I recently watched some videos on Booktube about the “all-time favorite books” and what most stood out was The woman in the window by A.J. Finn. This plot is just super intriguing and I can’t imagine how it will actually turn out and am therefore very excited to read a new thriller!

That’s it – about to watch a movie with my mum and call it a night then! Happy reading!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

8 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday”

    1. Thanks!! Haha me too! I’m really scared if it’s gonna be too intense, also because I’ve heard that it deals with psychological problems and I’m not sure I’m ready for a deep and dark book…

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  1. Jessica Fellowes is not the author of Downton Abbey. The screenplay was written by Julian Fellowes. Jessica Fellowes wrote A Celebration: the Companion to Downton Abbey, all six seasons, very different from writing Downton Abbey itself. Just didn’t want any misunderstanding.


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