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.
The Edible Woman / Margret Atwood / The Thousandth Floor / Katherine McGee
I had these two on hold and they appeared in my virtual library this week. I am curious to read a Margret Atwood novel. I feel like she is an author that I should read a few books from. I have heard mixed reviews about McGee’s The Thousandth Floor but I am very interested in starting this! I want to start it now but I have so many books that are expiring in a week or two that I should read beforehand. The struggle of waiting!
Sanctum / Madeleine Roux / Catacomb / Madeleine Roux
I’ve been dog sitting all week and all the walking back and forth I needed an audiobook to listen to and this series proved to be entertaining enough. They are not the best books I’ve ever listened to but they did their purpose. I’m actually currently listening to the last 30 minutes of Catacomb as I write this! I would probably give this series an overall 2.75/5 stars.
What have you been adding to your shelves recently? Have you read any that I’ve posted above?
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Nice haul! I haven’t read The Edible Woman yet, but since reading The Blind Assassin and The Handmaid’s Tale, I’ve become a fan of Margaret Atwood! I just recently got Alias Grace because I want to read it before the TV show comes out. Have a great week and happy reading!
I can’t believe I missed The Edible Woman….but when I looked it up, there it was, “want to read.” I definitely must get to this one, but I couldn’t find an e-book, and I hate waiting for books to be mailed!
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The Edible Women looks fantastic. I hope that you enjoy your new books. 🙂
Margaret Atwood is a heck of a writer, even though I don’t always enjoy her books. Don’t think I’ve read that one, though. Hope you enjoy!
Awesome haul. The Madeline Roux books look creepy.
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