Stacking The Shelves #32

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.

Have been only adding mostly graphic novels to my galleys these days, but I occasionally slip up. *shrugs*


The FadeThe Fade by Demitria Lunetta

Haunted house mystery

Nick and June Were HereNick and June Were Here by Shalanda Stanley

“two teens who are determined to stay together in a world tearing them apart” one mentally ill teen and one delinquent teen have to contemplate running away

The Waking ForestThe Waking Forest by Alyssa Wees

Pan’s Labyrinth meets The Hazel Wood in this novel about a girl with terrifying visions and a wish-granting witch whose lives collide in the most unexpected of ways.” You know I am a sure thing for fairy tale like stories!

graphic novels

The Golden Age - Volume 1, Part 1

Shelved and read

Empress Charlotte: The Princess and the Archduke


SealskinSealskin by Su Bristow

Adult fiction but I am interested in seeing how it takes on selkie myths. Supposedly, “based on a beloved Scottish legend”


Call Me EvieCall me Evie by J P Pomare

Psychological mystery in which a girl can’t remember what horrible thing she did to be taken away from her family by a stranger.


Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Vol. 4 Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, Vol. 6 Children of the Whales, Vol. 8

shelved and read

The Water Dragon's Bride, Vol. 8 かくりよの宿飯 あやかしお宿に嫁入りします。 1 [Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi: Ayakashi Oyado ni Yomeiri shimasu. 1] (Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast for Spirits [Manga], #1)

Shelved on Goodreads

Some interesting books I came across and added to my TBR:

Light as a FeatherLight as a Feather by Zoe Aarsen

A horror novel about five teens who play a familiar childhood game that is actually a deadly curse, and in Final Destination style, keep dying one after another. I found this thanks to its adaptation.

Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit (Moribito, #1)Moribito by Nahoko Uehashi

A Japanese light novel that entwines a hero-style quest with folklore, and about a mercenary warrior girl who saves a prince and helps him in his mission.

Red Winter (Red Winter Trilogy, #1)Red Winter by Annette Marie

I found this while looking for my Diversity Spotlight Thursday post (can you believe there aren’t many more YA books with Japanese mythology elements even though it is such an interesting topic with so much potential?) and it is about a girl who is about to host a goddess, and who has a yokai beholden to her.

12 new books shelved this week!

What new books have you added to your shelves? Any of these you are excited for?

2 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves #32

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