Stacking the Shelves | #5

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 physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Click here to go to Tyngas blog.

I get daily emails from a website called BookBub that show me what amazon, google, kobo & kindle ebooks are at a reduced priced or currently free. I love it because you can find so many interesting books that you wouldn’t find normally. I highly recommend it!

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from Goodreads
Slip by David Estes


Someone must die before another can be born…

As sea levels rise and livable landmasses shrink, the Reorganized United States of America has instituted population control measures to ensure there are sufficient resources and food to sustain the growing population. Birth authorization must be paid for and obtained prior to having a child. Someone must die before another can be born, keeping the country in a population neutral position at what experts consider to be the optimal population. The new laws are enforced by a ruthless government organization known as Pop Con, responsible for terminating any children resulting from unauthorized births, and any illegals who manage to survive past their second birthday, at which point they are designated a national security threat and given the name Slip.

But what if one child slipped through the cracks? What if someone knew all the loopholes and how to exploit them? Would it change anything? Would the delicate resource balance be thrown into a tailspin, threatening the lives of everyone?

And how far would the government go to find and terminate the Slip? [x]

from Goodreads
Once Gone by Blake Pierce

Women are turning up dead in the rural outskirts of Virginia, killed in grotesque ways, and when the FBI is called in, they are stumped. A serial killer is out there, his frequency increasing, and they know there is only one agent good enough to crack this case: Special Agent Riley Paige.

Riley is on paid leave herself, recovering from her encounter with her last serial killer, and, fragile as she is, the FBI is reluctant to tap her brilliant mind. Yet Riley, needing to battle her own demons, comes on board, and her hunt leads her through the disturbing subculture of doll collectors, into the homes of broken families, and into the darkest canals of the killer’s mind. As Riley peels back the layers, she realizes she is up against a killer more twisted than she could have imagined. In a frantic race against time, she finds herself pushed to her limit, her job on the line, her own family in danger, and her fragile psyche collapsing.

Yet once Riley Paige takes on a case, she will not quit. It obsesses her, leading her to the darkest corners of her own mind, blurring the lines between hunter and hunted. After a series of unexpected twists, her instincts lead her to a shocking climax that even Riley could not have imagined [x].


What books have you added to your shelves this week? Comment down below!
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4 Responses to Stacking the Shelves | #5

  1. MsArdychan says:

    Once Gone looks really scary. I think if I read it I would get nightmares! I hope you enjoy it and then I can read your review. Have a great week.

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  2. MsArdychan says:

    I just followed you on Bloglovin and GFC. That way I can find you again and read your posts. Happy Sunday.

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  3. Vi Ebner says:

    Slip looks very interesting. Happy reading. I will stop by more often now.
    best wishes
    Vi @Gone With The Books

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  4. vvb32 reads says:

    Slip looks intriguing. Enjoy.

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