WWW Wednesdays







WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Should be Reading and it consists of answering three little questions every wednesday. So here it is...


1. What are you currrently reading?



Right now I'm reading 'Winter Town' by Stephen Emond. This was a find in a local bookstore, and I had no real idea what it was about but since I liked the idea of it having illustrations I gave it a try and brought it home with me. So far I haven't regretted my decision.









2. What did you recently finished reading?



Before reading 'Winter Town' I picked up a book by a portuguese author called José Luis Peixoto. This author is quite brilliant but I must admit that the book that inspired this poem book was so depressing that I had a hard time reading it.










3.What do you think you'll read next?



I think it's finally time that I end this amazing series that has made me laugh so much and love John Connolly. It will be hard saying goodbye but I must know what happens to Samuel and his daschund. Hopefully it will be a good book.

Review - Madly, Deeply


*Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for a honest review*


Title: Madly, Deeply
Author: Erica Crouch
Publisher: Patchwork Press
Release Date: June 17th 2014

My Rating: 


It was many and many a year ago, 
In a kingdom by the sea...

Annaleigh Wells and William Calloway had a love even the angels envied. It was as if the universe spun them toward one another, like the stars crafted their souls to fit perfectly together.

With a wedding on the horizon, fate had a change of heart. Whispered warnings from phantoms and morbid nightmares darkened every night—but even visions of the future couldn’t save Annaleigh.

Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s poem Annabel Lee, Crouch’s period romance Madly, Deeply tells the tale of love so great, it cannot be contained in just one life.



My Thoughts



Once again Erica Crouch presents us with a truly magnificent piece of work. This book was so good that it got me thinking about it for days after I finished it.

When you get into this book you cannot help but falling in love with its characters especially with Annaleigh. She's a sweet and intelligent girl that could make any man fall in love with her. Her relationship with William is, what I supose, every girl's dream in a sense that they knew eachother since they were kids and could not keep their eyes off of eachother. They were madly in love.

'Madly, Deeply', is a heartbreaking story. I remember finishing it at 2am and having to immediately turn on the tv to keep myself from crying like a little baby because this is not how books are suposed to end.

Erica Crouch has such an amazing way to write since she puts down whatever she wants to say in a very accessible way, with a simple and to the point writing, without the need of big and complicated words.

Also when reading this or any of her other books you should keep in mind that she is in her early 20's. So I would say that she is pretty damn awesome.