Stacking the Shelves/Book Haul #5

I usually post my book hauls on Sundays, but I decided to do a little something different this week and take part in Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

Physical

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Everneath by Brodi Ashton (won on Twitter from Stacee from Adventures of a Book Junkee)
Don’t Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon (won on Twitter from Stacee from Adventures of a Book Junkee)
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield (purchased/used)
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (purchased/used)
The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen (free/used)
My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares (purchased)

I know very little about most of these books, but reading about their plots makes me want to read all of them very soon. I think I could enjoy most of them, if not all of them. The two that I won are both signed, so that’s exciting. Everneath seems like something I could love! If I hadn’t won it, I would have added it to my TBR list. Don’t Look Back also seems like something I could like. I’ve read some good reviews for it that make me want to read it soon. The ones I found at the thrift store today were great finds. I’ve seen Throne of Glass and The Thirteenth Tale on a lot of lists, so I snatched those up as soon as I saw them. The Sugar Queen was free because that store started doing a buy 1/get 2 free from a certain stack. This one has actually been recommended to me on Goodreads. The other free book (not pictured) is one I picked up for my sister. The free selection is usually whatever they’ve had for a while and probably don’t have the room for anymore. My Name is Memory has an intriguing synopsis, so I’m excited to read that one. I read most of the Sisterhood books when I was younger, but I’ve never read any of her other books. This is one I don’t recall ever hearing about. I’m extremely impressed with all of the books I found today. Hopefully the thrifting luck continues!

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6 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves/Book Haul #5

    • I’m thinking that will be my next series I read after I finish Vampire Academy. I may even go ahead and get the other books from the library before I start it. It sounds so good!

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