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Stacking the Shelves is a nonrecurring feature on Read.Sleep.Repeat where we share book we borrowed, received or bought during the week. It’s originally hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

I did the math and Octavia and I haven’t posted a Stacking the Shelves post in NINE MONTHS but I figure now’s a good time as any. Don’t worry, I won’t be posting the books we’ve received over nine months.

The list here is actually books I’ve gotten in the past week, and I swear I’ve never had this much mail in one week. I doubt this perfect symmetry of ALL THE BOOKS will ever align so I am sharing with you while I can.

In addition to a ton of books from publishers, a library right beside my school just opened and I can easily walk there and use their facilities. ALSO, I started my permanent position at my library after working under contract for a year and I’m pretty excited. So I now have access to 2 libraries which is all kinds of fabulous.

Without further ado, HERE ARE THE BOOKS!

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Received for review:
We Can Work it Out by Elizabeth Eulberg (Thanks Scholastic Canada!)
All Fall Down by Ally Carter (Thanks Scholastic Canada!) I’ll be sending this to Octavia soon to read as well!
The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand (Thanks HarperCollins Canada!)
Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver (Thanks HarperCollins Canada!)
Scarlett Undercover by Jennifer Latham (Thanks Hachette Book Group Canada!)
We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach (Thanks Simon & Schuster Canada!)

(the consensus: Canadian publishers are amazing and super kind, Octavia has basically said she wants to move here which is just fabulous)

Won:
Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid (Thanks to the author, Adi Alsaid!)

Library:
Winger by Andrew Smith
The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson
In The Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

And that’s it! SO MANY BOOKS TO READ NOW! I may have to empty out my shelves soon so maybe keep your eyes peeled for a surprise 😉

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10 thoughts on “Book Haul: New Year, New Books!”

  1. Having read WE ALL LOOKED UP, I can tell you it’s going to make one heckuva movie!

    WINGER is incredible. It will break you but man is it worth it.

    I just started THE DARKEST MIND series and I am IN LOVE! Can’t wait to continue with the series.

    Happy reading!
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  2. SHELLLYYYYY you must read We All Looked Up!! one of my most coveted of the year! Also, I’m with Octavia…can we move in with you??

    Also, I LOVED the new LHA. I hope you do too!!!
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  3. I will definitely read We All Looked Up! I can lend it to you/pass it on once I’m done reading! And yes, you may all move here IF you admit the awesome that is Canada!

    I’ve heard that The Impossible Knife of Memory is great so I’m really looking forward to it, thanks! <3
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  4. Congrats on the permanent position, sounds like fun! I didn’t know you’re Canadian cause me too!! I’ve been working on contacting some Canadian publishers but it’s all a bit confusing. Hopefully I’ll have more luck soon. Enjoy all your goodies 😀
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  5. Thank you!! If you ever have any questions/want help, I don’t mind answering some. I’m not claiming to be an expert, but I don’t mind helping a fellow blogger in any way I can! Just DM me 🙂
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