6.20.2015

STACKING THE SHELVES | #77


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 I don't buy any books I'll scramble around my shelves and find some I haven't shared in an StS post yet!


The Dud Avocado - Elaine Dundy
Love May Fail - Matthew Quick

And I'm excited to get to know George, thanks to Random House of Canada:


Free Days with George - Colin Campbell

As you guys know, I re-discovered the library this week. I may have gotten a little carried away, but I suppose that's to be expected! Here's what I got.

Physical books:


The Marriage Plot - Jeffrey Eugenides
Malarky - Anakana Schofield


The Vintage Caper - Peter Mayle
The Corsican Caper - Peter Mayle

Ebooks:


Eight Hundred Grapes - Laura Dave
My Paris Dream - Kate Betts
Saint Anything - Sarah Dessen


Saint Mazie - Jami Attenberg
Oh! You Pretty Things - Shanna Mahin

So I basically made out like a bandit this week and there's NO way I'm going to be able to read all of them before they're due back, but I had so much fun!What did you guys pick up this week? Have you read any of these books, and if so what did you think? Share your thoughts in the comments!

4 comments :

  1. I have heard some pretty good things about Saint Anything. I haven't read any Sarah Dessen yet, but I think I might start with this one. Hope you enjoy! Also, so many other wonderful titles!
    -Monica @ Tomes Project

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  2. Ooooh, such goodies! I keep staring at The Dud Avocado on my Scrid list and not reading it. I have no idea what's wrong with me.

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  3. OMG I remember seeing The Dud Avocado a million years ago, and suggesting it for my HIGH SCHOOL book club... but was shot down. Thanks for the reminder, and adding to my TBR as we speak!

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  4. Great haul! Love May Fall sounds really good so I'll be looking forward to your thoughts on it.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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