Stacking the Shelves #3: July 26, 2014

July 26, 2014     erinbook     Uncategorized

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews in which we share the books we bought, borrowed, or were sent from publishers. This is what I got this week:
From top to bottom:
Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen (Barnes and Noble) 
Dear Luke, We Need to Talk. -Darth by John Moe (Blogging for Books)
Cujo by Stephen King (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Shadowlark by Meagan Spooner (Half Price Books)
The Wishlist by Eoin Colfer (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Dreamless (UK Cover) by Josephine Angelini (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Dangerous Creatures (Signed) by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl (Barnes and
Tithe (UK Cover) by Holly Black (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
The Crow by Allison Croggon (Half Price Books)
Asunder by Jodi Meadows (Half Price Books)
Dualed by Elsie Chapmman (Goodwill)
Not Pictured:
Dreadfully Ever After by Steve Hockensmith (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Stargazer by Claudia Gray (Goodwill)
Feed by MT Anderson (Goodwill)
The House that Jack Built by Guy Adams (Half Price Books)
Weather Witch by Shannon Delany (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Bloody Valentine by Melissa De La Cruz (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
The Dashwood Sisters’ Secrets of Love by Rosie Rushton (Half Price Books Warehouse Sale)
Girl in the Road by Monica Byrne (Sent from Crown)
Defy by Sara B. Larson (Nook)
Gilded Ashes by Rosamund Hodge (Nook)
Jackaby by William Ritter (NetGalley)
The Hit by Allen Zadoff (NetGalley)
The Line by J.D. Horn (NetGalley)
The Doubt Factory by Paolo Bacigalupi (NetGalley)
Firebug by Lish McBride (NetGalley)
Two Hundred and Twenty One Baker Streets by David Thomas Moore (NetGalley)
This week’s haul is huge and I have no idea what I’m do with this ever-growing TBR pile. Please vote one what you’d like me to read by commenting, here and on the ARC August post, I’d really appreciate it. 
Keep Reading,

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