This WWWeek in Books: From Chewy Noh to Lovecraft

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. Covers link to Goodreads unless otherwise specified.

I’m definitely sleeping more, because I’m not near my usual number of books read by this point.

What I’m Reading This Week

Night Things: Dracula versus Frankenstein



Progress: 25% | Opinion So Far: Dude, this had better be as awesome as its already shaping up to be. I will be ticked if its not! | How’d I get it? Author-given copy for review. | Format: E-book | Check me out on Goodreads.



Swarm (Book #1)



Progress: 20% | Opinion So Far: Mehhh. | How’d I get it? Kindle Promo | Format: E-book | Check me out on Goodreads




Suffer the Children




Progress: 20% | Opinion So Far: Flippin’ disturbing!! The narrator is R.C. Bray and I think his skills are just making the book even creepier!| How’d I get it? Library | Format: Audiobok | Check me out on Goodreads






Progress: 8% | Opinion So Far: I don’t know, to be honest. Its my first experience with a Japanese writer and with a book set in Japan. | Format: Hardcover | How’d I get it? Half-Price Books | Check Me out on Goodreads.




What I’ve Read This Week

The Binding Titanborn  Dr. Oz of Z-Industries

Chewy Noh and the March of Death Carter & Lovecraft Bad Luck


What’s Up Next?

Flotilla Patient Zero: Solving the Mysteries of Deadly Epidemics After Oil

12 thoughts on “This WWWeek in Books: From Chewy Noh to Lovecraft

        1. Oh, do. A word of warning, though: Several people (including myself) who have read it are left with a resounding sense of “Uhm… what did I just read?” Its a book that is absolutely awesome, but begs multiple reads.

  1. I’ve only watched the anime for Another, it was awesome. I’ve also heard good things about the manga, but I haven’t heard much about the light novel. Hmm… I hope you like it!!!!

    1. I have a feeling I’m going to enjoy it, but also that its going to be one of those that take me a while to get through. You know, the ‘read a chunk here, a chunk there’ type books.

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