Stacking the Shelves is a weekly event hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It features books you’ve recently added to your shelves, be it from the library, bookstore, or ebooks.
I got a few more books from the library this week!
The Chronicles of Narnia #5 (Chronological Order)
So I’ve already written up my review for this one but I wanted to reread it again before posting my review to be sure I didn’t forget anything. It’s been a while since I read it and took notes!
The Dark Tower #4
This is the next book in the Dark Tower series after The Waste Lands! I’m officially almost halfway through the series!
The Lone City #2
I read The Jewel a while back and the second book finally came from the library! I’m so excited!
Stand alone to date
I joined a book club (in real life) and we’re reading this book and another for the month of October! I could use a creepy book 😀
Stand alone to date
So I actually read this a couple of years ago but my book club is reading it for the month of October so I’ll be rereading it and probably writing a review for it this time around!
Hundred Oaks (no particular order)
This is the last of the Hundred Oaks series that I have to read yet (that’s been published and isn’t a novella!) so I’m pretty excited for it!
A Week In Review (or 2 weeks again!):
Thursday: Review: Never Fade by Alexandra Bracken
Wednesday: Review: Red Glass by Laura Resau
I hope you all have a lovely week!
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I can't believe I call myself a fan of horror and haven't seen nor read Carrie xD let the halloween movie marathon commence!Lovely post by the wayEnchanted by YA: http://enchantedbyya.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/sunday-post-1.html
Really? You'd better get on that Anna!! Haha watching movies during autumn is the best thing ever 😀 Thanks!
Great selection! Chronicles of Narnia of Narnia has been in my TBR forever! I feel bad I haven't started reading it 😦
Thanks! I'm excited to read all of them! They're really good books! I read the whole series when I was little but I don't remember much about it so I decided to reread them all and write reviews.