Stacking the Shelves | #17

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.

Night / Elie Wiesel / Dawn / Elie Wiesel / Saga: Vol 3 / Brian K Vaughan / Brave New World / Aldous Huxley

I love that libraries have eBooks. Every since I came to this revelation I have been reading non-stop! I signed up for a card in my city as it is bigger than my hometown was and boy their selection is massive. There’s like 100,000 eBooks and audiobooks to choose from! 

I finished Night yesterday, I’ve been always meaning to read it and I am glad that I did. It’s so moving and horrifying and everyone needs to read it at least once in their life. I decided to pick up Dawn by him as well. This one is a work of fiction but handles real subject matter. I only have the physical copies of the first two Saga volumes so I put myself on a hold list for volume 3. Now I just need to read the second one before I dive into this one! Lastly, I was clearing up my TBR shelf on Goodreads and was seeing which ones were available at the library and that’s how Brave New World came to be on my virtual bookshelf. I’m interested in seeing what it’s all about!

The Nowhere Girls / Amy Reed / The Last Magician / Lisa Maxwell

I was sent these two ARCs in the mail from Simon and Schuster Canada in exchange for an honest review. Nowhere Girls comes out on October and it’s about rape culture and how girls become powerful. The Last Magician is set in New York I believe and has time travel. It comes out in July. I can’t wait to give these reads a go.

What have you added to your shelves?


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16 Responses to Stacking the Shelves | #17

  1. You have quite a mix of genres this week. Elie Wiesel was a very profound writer, and I cried when reading his books. But they are so important to read. Then you have some great looking fantasy to lighten your day. Have fun reading!


  2. Eee, Saga. I need to read the latest volume! Hope you enjoy the new books.


  3. I love my library as well. Both of those arcs look and sound really good. Hope you enjoy them.


  4. Oooo, you got The Last Magician! I’ve had an eARC that I really need to start at some point. I loved Maxwell’s Unhooked. 😀 I hope you enjoy all of your new books!

    Have a wonderful weekend, Danica. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!


  5. I’ve seen the cover for The Nowhere Girls around but haven’t actually looked into it; given the small blippy blurb you give about it underneath, though, I think I ought to be looking it up on goodreads right this second and adding it to my never ending “Need to Read” list!

    Great haul this week! Here’s a link to my Stacking the Shelves, if you’re interested–no worries at all if you’re not, though! In either case, happy book-ing, and enjoy your recent bookish acquisitions! ❤


  6. Jovita says:

    Borrowing ebooks and audiobooks from the library is fabulous! Great selection, enjoy your new reads.


  7. I was supposed to read Night in high school, but I didn’t because I was a slacker. I have read Brave New World. I need to read Saga someday. Everybody seems to love it. Enjoy your books!


    • Night would’ve been a good book to read in history class when they teach WWII in school. I am trying to read Brave New World right now. A lot of scientific information coming my way!


  8. priyankaswonderland says:

    Oooh cool ARCs!! Hope you enjoy all the books!
    Here’s my STS


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