Stacking the Shelves #59

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.

From Hot Key Books, Templar & Piccadilly – Spring Blogger Brunch:


Say Her Name by James Dawson
We Were Liars by E. Lockhard
Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira
American Savage by Matt Whyman
Heap House by Edward Carey
The Key to the Golden Firebird by Maureen Johnson
The Lovely and the Lost by Page Morgan
Run by Gregg Olsen
Clockwise to Titan by Elon Dann
Thank you @ Hot Key Books

Firewallers by Simon Packham
Fragments by Caroline Green
Thank you @ Picardilly Press

All the Truth That’s in Me by Julie Berry
Thank you @ Templar Publishing


I got a little, ok very, carried away (auto-approval is dangerous) so I plan to have a massive eGalley catch-up in April. Wish me luck.

Don’t Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski
Adaptation by Malinda Lo
Thank you @ Hachette Children’s Books

The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera
Thank you @ Atria Books

Third Degree by Julie Cross
Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens
The Shell House by Linda Newbery
Gold Rush by Jordan Lynde
The Tin Snail by Cameron McAllister
Snow, White by Keith Austin
The Fearless by Emma Pass
Boy in the Tower Polly Ho-Yen
Silent Saturday by Helen Grant
Thank you @ Random House

Feather Bound by Sarah Raughley
The Wizard’s Promise by Cassandra Rose Clarke
Thank you @ Strange Chemistry

The Adventures of Jillian Spectre by Nic Tatano
Thank you @ HarperCollins UK

The Worst Girlfriend in the World by Sarra Manning
Thank you @ ATOM

Emily and the Strangers Volume 1 by Mariah Huehner and Emily Ivie
Thank you @ Dark Horse Comics

Dangerous by Shannon Hale
Poppy by Mary Hooper
Flirty Dancing by Jenny McLachlan
Chasing Stars by Helen Douglas
Thank you @ Bloomsbury Childrens

The Geography Of You And Me by Jennifer E. Smith
Thank you @ Headline

Thirteen by Tom Hoyle
Cuckoo Song by Frances Hardinge
Broken Hearts, Fences, and Other Things to Mend by Katie Finn
Thank you @ Macmillan Children’s Books

Don’t Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Thank you @ Disney-Hyperion

What would you start with? 🙂

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51 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #59

  1. Hmm, Adaptation is on Netgalley? Odd, it’s been out for ages. Still, I might go snag it too, since my sister’s got the copy I was going to read!

    I need a Netgalley catch up too. Just. Aaaaah. So many books!

    Enjoy your haul and have a good weekend!

    My StS.

  2. Wow, this is one amazing haul! I know exactly what two books I’d start with, Say Her Name by James Dawson and Cuckoo Song by Frances Hardinge – they are probably two of my most anticipated reads this year and I’m super envious of anyone who gets them early. I’d request Cuckoo Song on Netgalley but my percentage is still a bit sucky so not going to risk being declined! I’m doing an All ARC April event on my blog, purely for me but feel free to join in 🙂

  3. Holy crap! Your haul is amazing. If I were you, I would start with Don’t Look Back. Of course, I’m horrendously jealous you have that because Disney denied me. 😦

    Enjoy all of them!

    My StS.

  4. WOW. SUCH A LOT OF BOOKS. But I don’t blame you. NetGalley is such a trap. Honestly, my mouse works just by itself (I swear I’m not doing anything) XD I looove NetGalley especially when they have read-nows. I’d love to read The Geography of You and Me, oh, oh! And also Love Letters to The Dead and Don’t Even Think About It. 🙂 My StS!

  5. Disney is suck a fickle publisher these days. I’m happy to see they approved you for titles I was denied. Will be stalking your blog for your thoughts on Don’t Look Back, We Were Liars and Love Letters to the Dead. Enjoy!

  6. SO MANY EBOOKS. And I thought I had little willpower 😉 I’ve heard lots of good things about Flirty Dancing and Don’t Even Think About It. And I’ve got Tin Snail to read too. Think I might have to join in you the reading of ebooks….

  7. Oh wow, that is a Netgalley overload! It’s been a while since I was there but I’m trying to limit review books while I battle my tbr. I hope you’ve set aside plenty reading time! Thanks for visiting my blog…

  8. Awesome haul! And I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one who can’t resist NetGalley. Pretty sure you guys are on to something, as I just go to look and suddenly all these books show up. Maybe I need a new mouse? *L*

    Enjoy all of your books! And thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  9. Wow, you got a lot of new books! I read ‘We Were Liars’ about a week ago and LOVED IT! Can’t wait to talk about it with someone. I’m also really looking forward to reading ‘The Geography of You and Me’ since I’ve loved the previous books by the author and it seems to have a partially Edinburgh setting 🙂
    Happy reading!

  10. Wow! Such a fantastic haul, I’m jealous! I just picked up The Assassin’s Curse by Cassandra Rose Clarke from the library. I have some of these NetGalley arcs too! I definitely need to catch up on them, before I request any more!
    Really enjoyed browsing your haul, added a few to my TBR too. Thanks!

  11. Wooow! That is a great big haul!
    I really am jealous. lol.
    I think I would start with don’t look back. It sounds awesome!
    I hope you enjoy reading all of these books.

    Thanks for commenting on my ff

  12. WOW lots of lovelies! I need to blink. Or look away. LOL. I didn’t really enjoy After Eden, but I am curious about Chasing Stars. I probably won’t read the second book, because I was very meh about the first, but I will look out for your thoughts. I have ARCs of Deep Blue and Don’t Look Back! I have to read both though. I know all about the auto-approval blessing/curse! Good luck with the massive catch-up – you got this! 🙂

    Have a fabulous weekend!

    Check out my STS post!

  13. Some really interesting looking books here. I’ll have to check them out. Thanks for visiting and enjoy your haul!

  14. Man, you’ve got a crap-ton of books! I’ve never read any of them, but I think you should start with a contemporary, like “The Geography of You and Me” or “Love Letters To the Dead”. Hope you like your new collection! Thanks for stopping by my STS!

  15. Auto approve kills me!!! And I have the hardest time keeping my finger from clickin that mouse over request!! LOL Hope you enjoy all your reads! I so have to catch up on my Netgalley reads! Thanks for stopping by!


  16. hehe, you went a little netgalley mad, just like I did. I got a few of those too. Happy reading.

  17. AWESOME haul!! You have several books I want to read. The Geography of you and Me, We Were Liars, and Love Letters To The Dead are three in particular.

    I hope you enjoy all of your new books!! Thanks for stopping by my STS 🙂

  18. Wow you really did go crazy on Netgalley!! Auto approval is definitely a dangerous thing 😉 I think I would start with JLA’s book – anything by her is always at the top of my TBR! Happy reading 🙂

  19. You’ve made quite a reading commitment there! Several of these are on my TBR, too: We Were Liars, Love Letters to the Dead (very excited about both of those), as well as Dangerous and Don’t Even Think About It.

    I’m TRYING to get better about requesting books from NG and EW. My library is excellent, so I’m tending to shift away from requesting ARCs for books I’m uncertain about. I’m so behind on reviewing, and it’s not a good feeling!

    Stephanie @ Inspiring Insomnia

  20. Ooh. All kinds of good-looking books here. I’m reading Love Letters to the Dead now. It’s good, but sad. I can’t wait for We Were Liars-love E. Lockhart-and Say Her Name. I need to read The Keys to the Firebird. I’ve read some of her other books and really enjoyed them. Fantastic haul!

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