Saturday, July 11, 2015

Stacking the Shelves *48*

Stacking the Shelves

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Tynga's Reviews showcasing new books we've gotten a hold of (bought/given/gifted/trade/for review).

Hi everyone! I hope the weekend is treating you all wonderfully :)  This StS post is actually a mix of books I got before and after BEA'15. Yeah.  It's been done up for weeks but I kept forgetting to post it - which meant I also kept adding to it as new books came in.  The first book you'll see there is the only book I bought (I obviously needed a finished copy, right?), the rest are all either physical or digital review copies:


ACOTAR  by Sarah J. Maas (hardcover) + bookmark and tattoo, Uprooted by Naomi Novik,  The Boy Who Lost Fairyland by Catherynne M. Valente,  Knight's Shadow by Sebastien de Castell (Greatcoats #2)

The Novice by Taran MatharuWitchhunter by Virginia Boecker,  The Riverman + The Whisper by Aaron Starmer (The Riverman Trilogy #1 & #2)

Velvet Undercover by Teri Brown, SandRider by Angie Sage (TodHunter Moon #2), Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch (Snow Like Ashes #2) The Immortal Heights by Sherry Thomas (The Elemental Trilogy #3)

The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

I thought I'd add a few shots of my physical books this week, since the physical books and the e-books are all mixed together up there. I kept adding books as I received them so I didn't want to change everything up again after the fact -.-

My hardback copy of ACOTAR with it's matching accessories on the left & my haul of physical arcs on the right ♥

A HUGE thank you goes out to Bloomsbury Publishing, Raincoast Canada, Random House Canada and Penguin Canada for all the pretties!

Also thank you to Balzer + Bray, Katherine Tegen Books, Little Brown and Harper Teen for the digital pretties. 


  1. You got some very impressive titles this week. I love my hardcover copy of ACOTAR as well. Great stack indeed. Enjoy them.

    Grace @ Books of Love

  2. That's a really nice selection of books! I'm looking forward to reading Uprooted and Ice Like Fire. I hope you enjoy them all! Have a great weekend!

    Michelle @ Michelle's Minions

    My StS

  3. Uprooted is on my radar. Lots of good buzz going on for that one

  4. Just finished The Witch Hunter. Hope you like it :) My STS

  5. So much fantasy love in this haul. I still need to read ACOTAR, and I'm so excited to do so. I also want to read The Novice and The Witch Hunter. I love seeing the photos of the physical books. Because books are so pretty.

  6. I'm so excited to read A Court of Thorns and Roses! I also got it recently. Uprooted looks really good too! Happy reading! :)

  7. I badly want to read The Rest Of Us Just Live Here! I haven't read a Ness book and starting with that book might be a good shot. I hope you enjoy all these books :D

  8. That is one fantastic haul! I love Uprooted and ACOTAR, and I'm really excited about Immortal Heights!

    - Kritika @ Snowflakes & Spider silk

  9. All your new books fill me with want, Micheline! They look amazing :)

    Have a fantastic week ahead and happy reading!

    This and all my other reviews are originally posted on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews

  10. Wow, such pretties! I STILL have yet to get to ACOTAR, but hopefully soon. I read all my YA books through the library or audiobooks, so I'm on the waitlist and just waiting for a copy to become available :)

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

  11. What a pretty stack of books <3 Uprooted and ACOTAR are two of my favorite books from this year - and such gorgeous covers.

  12. The ACOTAR bookmark is so pretty! I'm excited to see what you think of Uprooted- I've been seeing it a lot around the blogosphere lately and will definitely need to check it out. Enjoy your lovely haul, Micheline! :D

  13. Awesome haul!! Unrooted and ACOTAR are GREAT adds to your shelf!

  14. SO MANY PRETTIES!! I'm actually jealous of quite a few of the books you got. I hope you enjoy them!


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