Stacking The Shelves #5

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly haul meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. It is about sharing enthusiasm for the new books added to our shelves – be it physical, ebooks, galleys or borrowed from the library.

A large portion of my shelves additions are, well, galleys and I thought of starting with this meme this year to account for all the new galleys I get. Also, maybe it will help me curb my galley requesting a bit? Who knows?

Unravel Me (Shatter Me, #2)The Long Game (The Fixer, #2)Got myself Unravel Me for the Shatter Me readalong, and The Long Game so that I can finish the Fixer duology. Hopefully I will read both this month.

Moving on to the review copies from


Chaotic GoodChaotic Good by Whitney Gardner

Though I had sworn off contemporary for the immediate future, “cosplay, comic shops, and college applications collide in this illustrated novel” had me interested. It’s about a girl who goes She’s the Man at a comic book store.

AerieAerie by Jon Keys

A fantasy novel about war between tribes of shifters and containing queer characters.



Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, #2)Endless Water, Starless Sky by Rosamund Hodge

The sequel in the Bright Fire, Cold Smoke duology which I waiting so long for! For those who don’t know, it’s a retelling of Romeo and Juliet, but much more violent. I will probably have to reread the first to refresh my memory, though.

Jacked UpJacked Up by Erica Sage

It a debut novel about a kid stuck at Jesus camp, where the confession box in which he places his darkest secret gets stolen.

Summer of Salt Summer of Salt by Katrina Leno

A fabulistic novel about a girl who waits for her inherited magical gift to show up.

Eden Conquered (Dividing Eden #2)Eden Conquered by Joelle Charbonneau

The sequel in the Dividing Eden duology, which is a Cain-Abel retelling about two siblings fighting for the throne.

The Looking GlassThe Looking Glass by Janet McNally

A girl looks for her missing older sister in this “Black Swan meets Sarah Dessen” novel.

Now You See HerNow You See Her

A thriller about two girls who switch bodies after an accident.

If Only If Only by Jennifer Gilmore

A YA novel about a teen mom, and her teen daughter, from two different times and two different perspectives

The Truth Lies HereThe Truth Lies Here by Lindsey Klingele

I only had to see “Netflix’s Stranger Things meets Men in Black in the first stand-alone young adult novel” to immediately be interested in this galley.

So, that’s this week – 10 new galleys, and 2 book added to my shelves. I also showed some restraint when requesting this week, as I took my existing galleys into account and did not request many new ones.

What new books have you acquired? Any of these you are excited for?

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