Stacking The Shelves (#1)

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It gives us a chance to share with readers what we bought, borrowed, swapped, won or got for review each week. 

First, I should probably say that this is the first time I collected my thoughts enough to actually post a Stacking The Shelves post. And I am SO excited! FUN, FUN, FUN.


Well, for now, I don't have my own Stacking the Shelves graphic yet, so I'm going to use the original/ official one from Tynga's Reviews.

Onto the books!

PHYSICAL COPIES:

1. The Walled City by Ryan Graudin: (ARC- November 2014)

The Walled City sounds super fascinating- a mixture of Claire McFall's Bombmaker and Abi Ketner's and Melissa Kalicicki's Branded and I can't WAIT to get to it

Courtesy: Guardian Children's Books for review

2. Blackfin Sky by Kat Ellis (Firefly Press)

Courtesy: Guardian Children's Books for review

3. Minty by Christina Banach

Courtesy: Christina Banach as a Thank You! (Right back at you, Christina!- and your little message inside plastered a HUGE smile on my face!)


4. Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaria:

I suppose that Love Letters is specifically new only to my physical shelf- I got the chance to read an ARC back in January- but it was just one of those books that I had to end up buying a paperback off!

5. Entangled by Cat Clarke

6. There is no Dog by Meg Rosoff

7. Out of my mind by Sharon Draper

Courtesy: My Darling Brother- just for fun! (He sort of owed me- you know how that goes:P)

E-BOOK COPIES:

Finding Mr. Darcy by Erin Butler (For a blog tour review)

Hope for Garbage by Alex Tully (From the author- for review)

A Safe Space by E.M.Tippets (Via Netgalley)

Which brings me to the end of my VERY FIRST Stacking The Shelves. So, my birthday is coming up in two weeks and there will DEFINITELY be another haul in then- from all my brilliant friends!

See you then!

14 comments:

  1. The Walled City sounds like a great read. It's one of the many books that I'm looking forward to in the fall. Great stack of books. New follower via bloglovin

    Grace @ Books of Love
    http://gracebooksoflove.com

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    1. It is, Grace- I just started it! Thanks for the follow:)

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  2. The Walled City looks like my type of read so I'm definitely going to check that out. It seems as if you got lovely books this week and I hope you enjoy reading them all. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on these! :)

    Kayla @ The Bookish Owl
    http://thebookishowl.net

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    1. Thanks, Kayla- I know! I'm super excited to start them! I agree, The Walled City is very intriguing- you should definitely pick it up if you get the chance.

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  3. That is such a pretty haul! The Walled City looks like a good read. And Letter to the Dead is on my TBR list. Great haul!

    Our STS @ Lazy Book Lovers!

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    1. Thanks, Keira! I love Love Letters- let me know what you think of it when you read:)

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  4. I have The Walled City and I'm excited to read it especially because of the Asian setting. Blackfin Sky looks really interesting too! :)
    Enjoy your book haul this week!

    Nick - My Haul

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    1. I'm about halfway into the book- it's mostly just that the names are Asian, everything else just feels like its in the Westernized world- but a gripping read just the same!

      Thanks, Nick! I'm looking forward to them.

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  5. Great haul. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Diane @ Diane's Book Blog

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  6. fantastic haul! i was reading blackfin sky this week and it's really good but i decided to put it down for a little while so i can read these two other books that finally arrived. but i can't wait to pick it up again. happy reading and i hope you can stop by my StS Post.

    -michelle @ Michelle & Leslie's Book Picks

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    1. Oh! It's good to hear that. I shall definitely put Blackfin Sky next.

      Will do, Michelle!

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  7. Ahhh, I can't wait to get my hands on The Walled City, hoping to soon. :) Hope you enjoy it, it sounds amazing! Happy reading!

    Here's mine

    Kirsty @ StudioReads

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    1. I hope you do soon, Kirsty- It's been a great read so far:)

      Thanks!

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