Sunday, July 8, 2012

Stacking the Shelves: July 8th

This is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga at Tynga's Reviews which tells people what new books we've gotten over the week.

Downloaded to Kindle:
Elemental Assassin Book 1: Spider's Bite by Jennifer Estep-Currently 3.99 on Amazon. I really enjoy Estep's Mythos Academy series so I though I'd give her adult series a try.
Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce-Retelling I've been meaning to read for awhile and now can because it's 2.99 on Kindle. Heaven knows when I'll actually read it though. ;looks at tbr ebooks on Kindle and sighs in embaressment;

Library haul:
Sisters Grimm series Book 9: The Council of Mirrors by Michael Buckley-My favorite MG series is coming to an end ;sadface;
Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross-I've never read Sarah Cross before but this sounds really interesting.
Harbinger by Sara Wilson Etienne-2012 debut I've heard very little about.
Ruby Red Trilogy Book 1 by Kerstin Gier-Trilogy that is translated from German that sounds like it could be fun. I've heard decent things.
Cross My Heart by Sasha Gould-2012 debut I've heard very little about.
Magic Most Foul Book 1: Darker Still by Leanna Hieber-2011 new series that sounds interesting.
Anabelle Lee Book 1: Dead on the Delta by Stacey Jay-Adult UF series that sounds interesting.
Liesl and Po by Lauren Oliver-Oliver's first foray into middle-grade fantasy. If it's as wonderful as her other books I'm in for a good time.


  1. Oh wow, great haul! Seeing your library haul, I kinda miss my local library back in Texas. Libraries here in the Philippines don't carry a lot of YA books. Hope you have the time to read all of them. Enjoy! :)

    Chel @ The Procrastinator's Corner

  2. Sisters Red looks great!

  3. Wow! I'm jealous. It is quite a haul. I will need to lok into Sisters Red. I picked up Kill Me Softly. I downloaded a sample and it seemed pretty good. Haven't finished reading it yet, though. Too many other books have taken a priority.
    I know what you mean about eBooks. I'll download them and they get put into a folder and I forget about them. It's easy to foirget when I have so many physical books to read.
    Tammy @