Stacking the Shelves (17)

Stacking the ShelvesStacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and is a great way to share your book haul with other bloggers. It’s been two weeks since my last Stacking the Shelves post, and here’s what I received since then (click on the book covers to go to Goodreads):

For Review from NetGalley & Edelweiss:

In The Shadow of BlackbirdsLinkedStarglass

In the Shadow of the Blackbirds by Cat Winters. Release date: April 2 2013 (Amulet Books). I’m thrilled to have been approved for this title! Although I was secretly hoping to receive a physical ARC in the mail, I’m not going to complain! This is a ghost story set in 1918.

Linked by Imogen Howson. Release date: June 11 2013 (Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers). This creepy story is about twin girls who don’t know about each other, but are linked nonetheless. Government conspiracies and secrets?  This sounds amazing!

Starglass by Phoebe North. Release date: July 23 2013 (Simon & Schuster). This story takes place on a spaceship (yea!) and sounds really good.

Big thanks to Amulet and Simon & Schuster!

Indies for Review:

CrashersThe Ghosts of Nagasaki

Crashers by Lindy S. Hudis. Now available. A friend of mine referred Lindy to me, and I was happy to agree to read her book. This is a thriller about accident fraud, not really my normal taste in books, but I am curious to see how it translates into fiction.

The Ghosts of Nagasaki by Daniel Clausen. Now available. I was mostly interested in Daniel’s book because it takes place in Japan, a country that I love and a place I lived in for a year during college.


navigating early

Navigating Early by Clare Vanderpool. Release date: January 8 2013 (Delacorte Books for Young Readers). I believe I entered a Publishers Weekly contest for this book.  I’ve never read Vanderpool, but I hear her books are pretty amazing. This one is geared more toward the middle grade crowd.

What’s on your shelves this week?

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Posted December 29, 2012 by Tammy in Stacking the Shelves / 3 Comments


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