6.21.2014

STACKING THE SHELVES #26


Time to look at the books I added to my shelves this week with Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga's Reviews! Not necessarily books I bought - also includes books I borrowed, was given or otherwise ended up with. Weeks where I don't buy books I'll scramble around my shelves and find some books I haven't shared in a StS post yet!  
 
Trouble - Non Pratt
Guy In Real Life - Steve Brezenoff

 
Hotel Angeline - A Novel in 36 Voices
The Lost - Sarah Beth Durst
The Silkworm - Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling)


The Book of Unknown Americans -  Christina Henriquez

Some pretty good ones in here, I think! A couple of these I've had for awhile and recently put back on the top of the stack, and a couple are new releases. Guess I'll finally have to finish Cuckoo's Calling now!

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  1. lol I think sharing "older" also a way to discover more authors so share away :D
    Had to chuckle at the title I'm Having So Much Fun Here Without You but after reading the synopsis it sounds like a very serious read...(in)fidelty...not my favorite subject >.<

    My new additions ;)

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    1. That's what I figure too! I love reading about upcoming and new releases, but I know there are so many amazing books out there I've just never come across.
      Yeah, I'm a bit iffy on that one too - infidelity is not a subject I'm particularly comfortable with. So it's a bit of an outside-my-comfort-zone read! We'll see how it goes...

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  2. I need to finish Cuckoo's Calling too - haven't even purchased Silkworm yet but I'll need to soon as my CC is full size not mass paper back and I want them to match...

    I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You sounds hilarious - just got an email from S&S to do with it today. Looking forward to hearing what you think of it! R x

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    1. Ooooh, yeah, I do that too! If you're in Canada you should check for it on Chapters - it's in their top 50 at 50% off, so it's like 15 bucks.

      I haven't started it yet, but I'm looking forward to it!

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  3. I just read The Book of Unknown Americans and it is SO GOOD. I'm so happy to see that you have it on your shelf! I can't wait to hear what you think of it; it was another library borrow that I just HAD to own. Great haul!!

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    1. I'm so excited to read it too - particularly since reading your review!! I'm thoroughly convinced that you could convince me a phone book was the book of the year.

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