WWW Wednesday {18}

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To join, all you have to do is answer these three questions:

1. What have you finished reading?
2. What are you currently reading?
3. What will you read next?

Finished Reading:

Beuwolf. Translated by Seamus Heaney (school reading — 70 pgs)

Currently Reading:

Where Lemons Bloom by Blair McDowell*

Reading Next:

I’ll Be Home For Christmas by Lori Wilde

*ARC provided by NetGalley.


Currently | March

State of the ARC


  1. I know it was school reading, but did you enjoy Beowolf? My Week in Books

    1. Kendra Kendra says:

      I did enjoy it. I feel like it took me forever to read it, but at times, I couldn’t stop!

      1. I hate that! (When a book is good but feels like it takes FOREVER to read.)

  2. We read the Seamus Heaney version of Beowulf at uni, as well as having to translate big chunks of it ourselves. Having to do our own translations increased my respect for Heaney’s achievement enormously!
    Here’s my WWW: https://clairehuston.wordpress.com/2015/12/09/www-wednesday-9th-december-2015/

    1. Kendra Kendra says:

      Thankfully, we didn’t have to translate it. I’m so not good at that kind of stuff! I can barely translate Spanish!

  3. Sounds like a pretty successful week 🙂

    1. Kendra Kendra says:

      It was! Reading Beowulf wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be. This week, we have to read The Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. I probably spelt his name wrong though!

      1. That’s good. At school, we are reading one book as a class. That’s probably because we are still in middle school.

  4. Ahhh! I had to read Beowulf in college. I don’t know how you got through it all! I just finished reading The Unwanted by John Saul and I’m currently reading Nathaniel by him which is really good. I have no idea what I’m reading next!

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