This WWW-Week in Books: 1/20/16

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.

This Week in Books

What I’m Currently Reading

Rationality Zero

Progress: 88% | Opinion So Far: I do like it still. Maintain the narrator isn’t the best. Unfortunately, its not a particularly memorable book, either. Will probably end up with a 3 Cool-thulhu rating |  How’d I get it? Indie Author Submission| Format: Audiobook | Check Me Out on Goodreads.




Unfortunately, we’ve misplaced House of Robots, and I got distracted from Bonesy, so I’ve made no progress on the other books I was reading last week. Whoops!

What I’ve Read This Week


Kid Sheriff and the Terrible ToadsChildren's Books: The Stories of Benglam (10 wonderful stories inside): (Bedtime Stories For Kids Ages 4-8):Kids Books -Early Readers - ebooks for Children - Bedtime storiesGrumpy Cat, Volume 1

The Zoo at the Edge of the WorldConfessions of a Monster Hunter 1Experiment 26: Science Meet Madness

Dead Ascent (The Zombie Apocalypse Book 1)Awaken: A Vampire Horror StoryThe Thing That Knocks: A Horror Story

DaughtersThe Colony: A NovelStraitjacket

The Dean Machine


Kid Sheriff and the Terrible Toads The Stories of Benglam | Grumpy Cat, Vol 1The Zoo at the Edge of the World | Confessions  of a Monster Hunter (bk 1) | Experiment 26: Science Meets Madness | Dead Ascent | Awaken | The Thing That Knocks | Daughters | The Colony | Straitjacket | The Dean Machine 

What’s Up Next

Return of the FathersWorld War Moo: An Apocalypse Cow NovelChimera (Parasitology, #3)SYLO (The SYLO Chronicles, #1)The Six

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5 Responses to This WWW-Week in Books: 1/20/16

  1. Smiling just at seeing the cover for World War Moo 🙂 Looking forward to your review (or should I re-moo?) of that one!
    Here’s my WWW:

  2. Donna says:

    World War Moo sounds very cool :p It’s not really my type of books but I should give it a try!

  3. I shivered seeing Colony’s cover. I was never fond of ants.

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  • I love Audible. Tons of books, fantastic narrators, good prices.