Stacking The Shelves #64

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.



She's the WorstShe’s the Worst by Lauren Spieller

Two sisters who haven’t been close in recent years have one day to mend their relationship.


An Absolutely Remarkable ThingAn Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

The bizarre appearance of statues throughout the world thrusts the first one to document them, into the limelight.



The Phantom ForestThe Phantom Forest by Liz Kerin

A girl undertakes a mission in the Underworld to protect her family from beyond the grave. I’m particularly interested in the mythology.

Shelved on Goodreads

The Half King by Melissa Landers

“a failed oracle must leave her temple sanctuary to serve an enigmatic young ruler who turns to shadow at sunset”

Windermere by Kit Frick

the psychological suspense story follows a college-bound girl who takes a position as a summer nanny in the Hamptons only to become the prime suspect in a murder investigation

Bone ​Crier’s Moon (Bone Grace, #1)Bone Crier’s Moon by Kathryn Purdie

I’ll admit – this one first caught my eye because I recognized Charlie Bowater’s artwork even in a miniature icon of the cover, so I just HAD to check it out. So, its mythology is psychopomp-based, with Bone Crier’s being able to protect living from dead, but the cost is their first love.

6 new books shelved this week!

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

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