Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews where we share what we added to our shelves this week.
So I had a pretty stressful week, which is why I haven’t been around as much. My nights basically consisted of being exhausted and getting into bed by 9pm. That and my allergies have been flaring up which isn’t fun. Hopefully next week will be better!
Also the finale of Game of Thrones was epic! I can’t believe it is another year before we get to watch the awesomeness on my screen. Now I have no shows to watch except for Orphan Black and PLL…until Walking Dead returns later in the year.
After some epic hauls from the last few weeks, I’ve chosen to stay away from bookstores and sales at present.
Review copies – physical
Let’s Get Lost by Ad Alsaid – After seeing all the BEA hype on this book, it sounds like the perfect summer read to pick me up!
The Protected by Claire Zorn – I haven’t read the Sky So Heavy by the same author yet but it remains to be one of the most talked about Aussie YA books. This one has an awesome premise.
The Dark Inside by Rupert Wallis (ARC Proof) – How haunting and awesome does this sound? I love the proof cover too!
Thank you to UQP, Harlequin Australia and Simon and Schuster Australia for sending me these books for review!
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If I Stay trailer is out – Probably old news but it looks like a super emotional and touching movie, go check it out if you haven’t seen it yet!
What did you add to your shelves this week?
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