Stacking the Shelves #34

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It’s a chance to show what books you’ve added to your library in the past 7 days. These can be bought books, borrowed, review copies, any which way they come to you. I’ve linked mine to Goodreads.

These are for the last two weeks, since I was in London last weekend. 😉

For Review:

A Witch Alone by Ruth Warburton

Where do you go when your heart has been ripped out?
For Anna there is only one answer; into her past, where the truth about her mother, her power, and her real identity lie hidden.
But as Anna delves deeper into her history, she begins to fear that the truth about what set her mother running may be darker than she ever suspected. With the witches of the world on the brink of war, Seth gone, and her friend Abe wanting more from her than she can possibly give, Anna is in crisis.
As the clouds around her gather, Anna is torn between friends, family and rival tribes of witches and – at the last – between love and magic.

I’ve already read & reviewed this book here: Review


Geek Girl by Holly Smale
Thank you @ HarperCollins UK

Harriet Manners knows a lot of things. She knows that a cat has 32 muscles in each ear, a “jiffy” lasts 1/100th of a second, and the average person laughs 15 times per day. What she isn’t quite so sure about is why nobody at school seems to like her very much. So when she’s spotted by a top model agent, Harriet grabs the chance to reinvent herself. Even if it means stealing her Best Friend’s dream, incurring the wrath of her arch enemy Alexa, and repeatedly humiliating herself in front of the impossibly handsome supermodel Nick. Even if it means lying to the people she loves.
As Harriet veers from one couture disaster to the next with the help of her overly enthusiastic father and her uber-geeky stalker, Toby, she begins to realise that the world of fashion doesn’t seem to like her any more than the real world did.
And as her old life starts to fall apart, the question is: will Harriet be able to transform herself before she ruins everything?

From StorytellersInc:

The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan


White Crow by Marcus Sedgwick

Wonder by R.J. Palacio

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

What books have you found?

24 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #34

  1. I absolutely love Wonder. It’s a real gem, I hope you enjoy it. I also have Geek Girl and I’ve read Gone Girl which is fabulous!

  2. I love the cover for A Witch Alone! And I really want to read Gone, Girl. There’s a massive waitlist for it at my local library, though, so I’ve decided to wait until it’s not in such high demand. 🙂

    Happy Reading!

    My StS post 🙂

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