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Stacking the Shelves | 21st November 2020

Stacking the Shelves

Hello All!

Today I am participating in Stacking the Shelves which is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality.

The idea is to share what books you added to your shelves over the past week. These can be physical books but also virtual books like ebooks and e-audiobooks!

You can find more information on Tynga’s blog here!

 

*Please note: Links marked with a * are affiliate links which means that I get a small commission if you buy anything from those links*

Physical Copies

The Heart Forger by Rin Chupeco*
Having finished The Bone Witch last week, I decided that I simply needed to make sure I had the next two books in the trilogy so that I could read them all together thus I quickly bought these and collected them on Thursday!

The Shadow Glass by Rin Chupeco*
As above, I bought this because I was very much enjoying The Bone Witch. I am very much looking forward to finishing this series.

The Winter Garden by Heidi Swain*
I was gifted this book from the publisher as a thank you for helping to organise the Bookstagram Tour for the book. I love a good Christmas book and have heard so many good things about Heidi Swain – and this book in particular – so I am looking forward to diving into this one soon!

The Gravity of Us by Phil Stamper*
This one is a giveaway win from the lovely Charlotte at Wonderfully Bookish. I’ve been meaning to read this book for a while and now I have no excuses! Many thank yous to Charlotte for this copy.

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon*
These next three books are purchases that I am sure Imi will be very happy I have made! I’ve actually already got two copies of The Bone Season but they’re both from sets that it’s now really hard to get the next two books from and I like matching covers so I decided to just buy all paperbacks instead. I haven’t yet read even one book in this series but I trust my friends who all absolutely love this series.

The Song Rising by Samantha Shannon*
As above, this is the paperback version of this book and one that I am very much excited to read. As The Mask Falling is out soon, I thought it was high time I got around to finally reading this series!

The Mime Order by Samantha Shannon*
Another paperback here. I know it seems like I’m putting a lot of faith on my friends here but we all have very similar tastes in books and they’ve yet to lead me astray with book recs! Once I’ve finished this one, I will most likely get an ebook of the fourth book so that I can read it before it comes out in paperback because that probably won’t happen until 2022!

Ebooks

Library of the Dead by T. L. Huchu*
I actually don’t know a lot about this book but that title and that cover pulled me straight into it. It sounds like my kind of read and I am very interested in seeing what it is all about. Thank you to Tor for this netgalley copy.

Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow by Benjamin Dean*
I’ve been seeing this one on my Twitter lately and then I saw it on Netgalley and had to request it! It sounds like such a fantastic read and isn’t the cover just glorious? Thank you to Simon and Schuster for approving this request.

The Cost of Knowing by Brittney Morris*
Okay, first of all, I have not yet read Slay but I have heard a lot of good things and as this book also sounds incredible, I couldn’t help but request it on Netgalley! Thank you Hodder Children’s for this ebook.

The Sad Ghost Club by Lize Meddings* 
I saw this one on Netgalley and was ultimately drawn to it. I ended up reading it as soon as it was downloaded onto my phone. It’s a graphic novel so it was a fairly quick read but I can tell you now that it was such a fantastic read and one that I think many teens will benefit from reading. I’ll get a full review up on the blog at some point. Thank you again to Hodder Children’s for this review copy.

What books did you get this week?

Blue x

Blue is an aro-ace enby who loves reading, writing, playing games and watching movies and tv!

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