Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical stores or online bookshops, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course eBooks. Hosted by Tyngas Reviews.
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Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid. Five strangers. Countless adventures. One epic way to get lost. I love young adult adventures and this one sounds like an incredible road trip. Thank you so much to Harlequin Australia.
Gap by Rebecca Jessen. Winner of the 2013 Queensland Literary Award for Best Emerging Author, Gap is a serious thriller testing the limits of how far you'd go to protect the one you love. A big thank you to UQP.
Broken Strings by Maria Farrer. The the story of a brilliant young violinist, her determination and struggle to achieve her dreams. I love music based books and really excited to read this one. Thank you to Scholastic Australia.
Harlequin Australia were having an end of financial year sale, and practically throwing paperbacks out for less than the price of a coffee. I snapped up Forty books in total, but these are the young adult titles I purchased, with a few still to be delivered. The Lost Prince and The Iron Traitor both my Julie Kagawa, Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane, Alice in Zombieland and Through the Zombie Glass by Gena Showalter, Touch of Power and Scent of Darkness by Maria V Snyder (book two in the series is still to be delivered), Countdown by Michelle Rowan, The Returned by Jason Mott and The Inevitability of Stars
by Kathryn Lyster.
Also purchased The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead and City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare. If you follow me on Twitter, you would have seen my whiny rant. This below was the cause.
Seeing I had purchased it online and the purchase page didn't state the book sizing, I had no idea it would have been so big. I wasn't aware that when some books are first released, they bring out these whopping editions, and later the smaller paperback version.
I picked up these four beautiful collectors editions of the Penguin Clothbound Classics and Penguin Thread editions. You can find out all about them here. Keep an eye out for a new feature in which I'll showcase all my collectors classics in shelfies.
What are you stacking your shelves with this week?