This Week In Books (WWW): From Quantum Brains to Eat Your Brains!

WWW is from Sam over at Taking on a World of Words, and this is also combination post as This Week in Books by Lipsyy is essentially the same thing.

Again, the top 5 for Wednesday was too hard for me to do as I so rarely walk away from a book. So, here’s your WWW/This Week in Books again! (psst: Click the book cover to be taken to the GoodReads page.)

What I’m Reading for Review:

Renaissance by Timothy Freriks

Progress: 10% | Opinion so far: I can already tell this is where Freriks will shine.

Hell is Empty and all the Devils are Here by Mark Rounds

Progress:  25% | Opinion so far: Its a zombie-ish book. I’m happy.

What’s Up Next on My List (for December postings)

What I Finished this Week

Can’t wait to see everyone else’s! Feel free to leave your links in the comments 🙂

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5 Responses to This Week In Books (WWW): From Quantum Brains to Eat Your Brains!

  1. I’m terrible with scary books. I have an overactive imagination and start to see things lurking in the shadows! I’m ok with thrillers though (weird…), so looking forward to seeing what you make of Renaissance.
    Thanks for visiting my WWW post ( and happy reading!

    • I have one too. At this point, there are a few certain things that are ingrained in me. I absolutely do NOT look in a mirror until I’ve turned the light on first. The bathroom door is always closed, even if I’m just in there to put my contacts in. I do not even try to peek out windows when the lights are on in the house, because I know there will be a mass murderer looking in, and above all, my toes MUST be covered, with blanket tucked securely under my heels before I fall asleep.

  2. Way to go on all the horror/thriller reads this week! I have a tolerance for horror in books, but I doubt I’d be able to get through most of these without being scared for a long time after. 😉 But a lot of these seem interesting! I hope you enjoy them.

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