Saturday, April 27, 2013

Stacking the Shelves #7

Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga at Tynga's Reviews, inspired by In My Mailbox. It is a way for blogger to share the books we got during the week.

I haven't been online that much in the last two weeks, as it was the end of the semester. I'm now back, and I got some pretty great books in the last few weeks! I'll be back Monday with a review of The 5th Wave!

For Review:

Physical copies:

From NetGalley:

Truly, Madly, Deadly by Hannah Jayne
How I Lost You by Janet Gurtler
The Truth about You and Me by Amanda Grace
Confession of an Angry Girl by Louise Rozett
This Side of Jealousy by Lili Peloquin
Between the Devil and the Deep See by April Genevieve Tucholke
Earthbound by Aprilynne Pike
Tarnish by Katherine Longshore
Belladonna by Fional Paul
Phoenix by Elizabeth Richards
Star Cursed by Jessica Spotswood
Proxy by Alex London
Firecracker by David Iserson
Spirit by Brigid Kemmerer

Huge thanks to Flux, Sourcebooks Fire, Raincoast Books, Simon & Schuster Canada, Harper Collins Canada, Harlequin Teen, Penguin and Kensington.

What did YOU  add to your shelves?


  1. Awesome Book Haul! Enjoy!

  2. WOW! Lots of awesome titles from Netgalley! You make me want to break my request ban! lol. I'm also super jealous of that 3:59 ARC you got! I adore Gretchen McNeil! If He Had Been With Me sounds soooo good too. I hope you enjoy and love all these books!

  3. Great haul!! Can't wait to see your review of the Fifth Wave, I've heard some mixed things about it. So, I want to see where you stand.
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  4. Great haul this week!!

  5. Ooh, you got Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea! I'm dying to read it, so jealous of you right now, lol.
    Awesome haul and happy reading!

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