May 10, 2014

Stacking the Shelves #3




Stacking the Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in a physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts, and of course ebooks!

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Here are the books  I've received this week:

For Review:
The Falconer by Elizabeth May
Burn Out by Kristi Helvig
The Ring & The Crown by Melissa De La Cruz

Bought:
Frozen by Erin Bowman (SIGNED)
The Loop by Shandy Lawson
Monument 14 Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne
The Taking by Kimberley Derting (SIGNED)
Once by Anna Carey
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers
The One by Kiera Cass (SIGNED)
Coda by Emma Trevayne

Gifted/Won:
Broken Hearts, Fences and thing to Mend by Katie Finn
This Is Not A Test by Courtney Summers
The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

This weeks book haul was one of my biggest yet and I spent a LOT of money on books as can be seen by all the books in the bought section. I also won a giveaway via Twitter that gained me the three bottom books and the top three books were given to me by a blogger in exchange for guest reviews. Here's all of this weeks books together:

What did books did you get this week?


22 comments:

  1. What an amazing haul! :-) I love hardback books so much! I hope you enjoy The One, I'm eagerly anticipating it!

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  2. The Falconer and The Ring & the Crown both look really interesting. I hope you enjoy all of your books!

    Elen @ A World of Reviews

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  3. So many books! I strongly believe that The Immortal Rules and This Is Not A Test is two of the best Vampire/Zombie books around right now. I really need to read The Immortal Rules sequels.

    Under The Mountain's STS

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  4. OMG, so many books! <3 I'm so jealous that you already have The One because I haven't gotten a chance to visit the bookstore yet! Happy reading! :D
    Divergent Gryffindor

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  5. Woot! These look delicious and fantastic. x) I The Ring and the Crown and also The One...but I have to read The Elite first. I'm so behind on that trilogy right now, gah! Loving the hardcovers, though. Soooo beautiful.
    My StS!

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  6. The Falconer sounds interesting - mainly because I believe it's set in Edinburgh (where I live at the moment).
    I read The One pretty much the moment I got it, and though it was flaws, I was quite happy with the ending.
    Have a good weekend and happy reading!

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  7. What a sweet haul! I'm currently reading the audiobook of The One and enjoying it quite a bit so far. I hope you enjoy all of these fantastic books!

    Check out my STS and my current giveaways!

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  8. Wow! Amazing haul! I really want to read The Selection trilogy, as well as The Taking, This is Not a Test and Dark Triumph! :)

    Enjoy your new books!

    Kyra @ Blog of a Bookaholic
    My STS post!

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  9. Wow!!! What an amazing haul! I've had a copy of The Falconer since it came out in the UK but I still haven't read it because I get the feeling I'm going to want the second book immediately!I have The Taking and Dark Triumph to read but what I really need to do is read The Selection!

    Happy reading :)

    Fi @ Bookish Outsider

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  10. That's a great stack of books you have there! Enjoy them :)
    MY SS

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  11. So many great looking books that you got this week. Heard good things about the falconer & ring and the crown. have a lovely weekend.

    Grace
    My STS

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  12. Great haul this week! I've been meaning to read This is Not a Test for awhile now. Happy reading! My STS

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  13. You got such good books this week! I've only read a couple of them, but most look really good. This is Not a Test is amazing--I have to warn you though (well, if you haven't read it yet), it's more focused on the main character's depression than on the zombie apocalypse. The Immortal Rules and The Ring and the Crown are both great books. I've been eyeing Broken Hearts, Fences and thing to Mend all week, and now I really want to read that one. The Falconer looks amazing! I'll be reading it sometime this month (hopefully sooner than later). I hop you enjoy your new books!

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  14. What an amazing haul! I've read and loved The Taking as well as This is Not a Test and the Immortal Rules, so I hope you thoroughly enjoy them. I've heard some pretty good things about Erin Bowman's series! I hope you enjoy all of your books. (:

    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  15. What a stack! I am so envious right now. Several on my TBR. I was hoping to get the One but it will have to wait a couple weeks. Immortal Rules is pretty good. Enjoy and Happy Reading!
    Here are my newest additions.

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  16. The Falconer was absolutely amazing! I really enjoyed it when I read it last year and I can't wait for the next book already. I need to get myself a copy of Burn Out because it sounds great.
    That is one great haul! You're going to be busy for a while. :)
    Happy reading!

    Nick - My Haul

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  17. HOLY HAUL!! Gimme! LOL
    If you are a mom, Happy Mother's day!

    OUT's STS

    Leydy from OUAT & RCE

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  18. So many amazing books!All of them sound so interesting!I love The Immortal Rules and I can't wait to get my hands on The Falconer and The Taking.I'm also waiting for The One to come out in paperback.Happy Reading and I hope you enjoy all the books you got this week!

    Elena @ Book Lady's Reviews

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  19. Whoa, loads! But a ton of good ones. LOVED The Immortal Rules, I so can't wait to get a copy of The Ring & The Crown and I own This is Not a Test, (It's been on my shelf for almost two years now and still haven't gotten to it, oops). Hope you enjoy them! :)

    Here's mine

    Kirsty @ StudioReads

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  20. amazing book haul, enjoy reading

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