Stacking the Shelves (#64)

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews to highlight books received each week!

These are all the books I've gotten since January 7th!


I found this audiobook of Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken on Amazon for $3.71!! I snatched that up so fast it would make your head spin.

I absolutely ADORED Ruta Sepetys's Salt to the Sea, so I'm really excited to finally have Between Shades of Gray. Especially because the two books have a small tie to each other!

I have been wanting to read this one for awhile and while I was in Indiana last month, I found this in the bargain section at Books a Million!

Absolutely had to get Carve the Mark when I saw it on the shelf in my town because MY NAME IS IN IT!

Another book I had to squeeze into my carry on bag on the way home from Indiana. My bags were entirely too heavy and they didn't even have roll-y wheels.

A book I had to pick up after my flight to Indiana. I don't know why I suddenly became so obsessed with airplanes and flying.

Thank you, self. I am too good to me.


I got this hardcover of Dreamland Burning for participating in the blog tour! My post will be up on the 21st! Thank you, Little Brown!

Thank you, St. Martin's Press for this finished copy of The White Russian by Vanora Bennett!

Funds for Fox:

I donated to the Funds for Fox auction thing in like December or something, maybe? I won the auction for this book! I already read it and it was AMAZING. I'm surprised by how much I ended up liking it.


What goodies have you gotten lately?

1 comment:

  1. Wow! You hauled! I love the cover of Dreamland Burning. I won an ARC of Carve the Mark,but was told not to read it because it has racist content. However, I am going to read it and makeup my own mind. I have read too many books that have been called out for things that were actually being pointed out as wrong. It just doesn't make sense that she would write a racist story. I will be interested to see what you think. :)


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