Stacking the Shelves #78

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Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme, hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, that spotlights the books we are adding to our shelves; whether they be virtual or physical.

In My Mailbox

I made a trade for Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between, which I have been dying to read since last year. I won a HC of My Kind of Crazy from Blackplume’s Celebrating Debutantes 2016, and received Remember to Forget for review from Blink YA. 

 

Netgalley/Edelweiss/Review Request

I’m hoping to start The City of Mirrors tonight, and not put it down until I finish. I’ve waited forty forevers for this book. Chasing Eva is one that I was apprehensive about accepting, since it’s obviously about a hot billionaire and his Eva. Yeah, you see where I’m going with this. But after reading the first chapter excerpt, I decided to see where it all leads. Just the names alone are giving me head trips. I’m all over contemporary YA this year, so I was stoked to be on the blog tour for The Season of You and Me. I hope that it’s a great as it looks.

 

Library

In addition to the other summery reads from a couple of weeks ago, I’ve still been going at them with more Sarah Dessen. I’ve not loved all of these, but I have really enjoyed the writing and just the light-hearted fun of being in Colby. Dessen has turned me into a fan. I’ve already read 5 of her books this month, and am hoping to get in a couple more before it’s over.

 

That’s all for me these last 2 weeks. What books have you added to your shelves? Hope you all have an awesome weekend. Go! Listen to some Prince and jam like I have this week. He will truly be missed. *Jams to Musicology*

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41 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #78

  1. Wow great haul! I can’t wait to read City of Mirrors. I will have to reread the first two before I ever get to that one though. My Kind of Crazy looks good as well. OH, Along for the Ride! That’s the Sarah Dessen novel that I read. I loved it. 😀

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  2. I enjoyed Sarah Dessen a while back. I enjoyed The Truth About Forever, but I think Just Listen was my favorite book by her. I’ve had some misses with her, as well, though. I wonder what I’d think of her writing if I picked up those same books today. Enjoy your books, Lekeisha! 🙂

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  3. LOL, it does feel like we’ve been waiting for The City of Mirrors for like eleventy billion years! It’s been soooo long since I read The Passage and The Twelve that I don’t know if I’ll even remember much going into book three so I may have to wait until I get time for a reread 🙂

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  4. Awwww! I LOVE all of your books for this week and The City of Mirrors looks like it should be good! ❤ I wonder what that all about! I'm also interested in the Sarah Dessen books! Do they feature the same characters from the same books or are they different characters?

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    • She writes great stories for young adults. Some of the things that annoy me in YA now, may not have back when I was a teen. So I feel her books are so perfect for all teens, and it’s great that your daughter has her books. I am thinking of buying them all for my cousin for Christmas, because devours contemporary YA for breakfast.

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  5. I’ve been thinking about trying out Sarah Dessen books and until now I haven’t gotten my hands on one. Definitely soon. Do you have any recommendations on where I should start? 😀

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  6. I’ve only read two Dessen books before. I wasn’t a fan of Along for the Ride, by I adored her Dreamland. Maybe not a summery read though? It’s more emotional than cutesy. And ahhh, I really need to read Jennifer E. Smith’s new book. I don’t know why I still haven’t picked it up!

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  7. I really like Robin Constantine’s books so I hope you like this one. I’m excited to read it myself. I’m very curious about Chasing Eva. I’ll be looking forward to your review of it.
    Happy reading and have a lovely weekend! 🙂

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  8. My Kind of Crazy and Chasing Eva stand out to me from the cover! I have read two Dessen books but the sad thing is that I haven’t been able to enjoy either of them at all and it kind of scared me off trying anymore of her books for a while. I’m curious to know what you think of those ones in the end and maybe I’ll try a third one of hers to see if my opinions have changed over the years.

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