Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews
It's almost the end of the month and the last Saturday which means it's time for my monthly Stacking the Shelves and book haul. I am still on a book buying diet but all the amazing books came out this month so of course I bought a bunch. There were some of my most anticipated new releases that came out this month so I had to, you know. Plus I got some really great review books that I'm excited about. I also spent some time stalking Netgalley again this month so I also picked up a bunch of review books.
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This was one of my most anticipated debuts, so I preordered this one and ready it already. It was fun.
2.) A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly - (Add to Goodreads)
I'm on a book buying diet and should not have bought this but it was impulsive. I'd heard good things and the e-book was on sale so I bought it.
3.) Out of Easy by Ruta Sepetys - (Add to Goodreads)
This was another impulse buy. But after loving Salt to the Sea I needed more Ruta Sepetys and this was on sale and sounds great.
I obviously needed the final book in the Reckoners trilogy in my life. It was amazing, obviously.
5.) A Gathering of Sadows by V.E. Schwab - (Add to Goodreads)
I also needed the next book in the Shades of Magic series. I'm reading it now and loving it.
6.) Roses and Rot by Kat Howard - (Add to Goodreads)
Thanks Saga Press! This is a retelling set in a boarding about sisters and it fantastic. I can't wait to read it.
7.) And I Darken by Kiersten White - (Add to Goodreads)
Thanks Random House! I flailed so hard when I got approved for this on Netgalley. Gender bent Vlad the Impaler. Need.
8.) The Smell of Other People's Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock - (Add to Goodreads / My Review)
Thanks Random House! I thought this sounded interesting and it actually blew me away. It was gorgeous!
Thanks Amulet! Britt talked this on our debut podcast and then I saw it on Netgalley and snagged a copy. I canny wait!
9.) Girl About Town by Adam Shankman and Laura L. Sullivan - (Add to Goodreads)
Thanks Simon & Schuster. This is historical fiction set during the 1920's so I am so on board.
10.) The Girls by Emma Cline - (Add to Goodreads)
Thanks Random House! Another historical fiction but this one is set during the 1960's and again, I am so on board.
So those are all the books I got this month. Thank you so much to the amazing publishers who approved my request on Netgalley and Edelweiss. What books did you get this month? Leave me a comment with your thoughts. Thanks for stopping by and HAPPY READING!