Stacking The Shelves (5)

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Hello,
This week I was fortunate to be able to borrow and buy a selection of fabulous books that I'd like to share with you. I am very pleased and can't wait to start reading them. And even better, hopefully this week I will be receiving my first books sent to review from Random House. Can't wait for my package to arrive. Hope you all had a great weekend. What books did you receive this week? Enjoy :)

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Borrowed:

  1. Emerald Star by Jacqueline Wilson (Click link for Synopsis) I finished this one and loved it
  2. Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (Click link for Synopsis)
  3. The Crimson Thread by Suzanne Weyn (Click link for Synopsis)
  4. Slated by Terri Terry (Click link for Synopsis) OMG I finished this yesterday and boy was it awesome
  5. Paper Towns by John Green (Click link for Synopsis) I love John Green so I can't wait to read this one.
Bought/Given

I got Goddess Inheritance (One of my fave series ever) and Hang in there Bozo for less then $15 and they were brand new. And was given The Selection as reward by my awesome Nan.

  • The Goddess Inheritance by Aimee Carter (Clink link for Synopsis) 
  • The Selection by Kiera Cass (Click link for Synopsis) Finished and loved so much. TEAM MAXON!!
  • Hang in there Bozo: Ruby Redfort Survival Guide by Lauren Child (Click link for Synopsis)



  • 14 comments:

    1. Eeek, awesome haul! Emerald Star was sooo good - even better than Hetty Feather. I'm not surprised you loved it. And Slated is a brilliant, eerie book that kept me absorbed all day. I'm glad you enjoyed it as well! I still need to read Under the Never Sky and Paper Towns - they both sound really fantastic, and I am a big John Green fan.

      I hope you love each and every one of your new books. And congrats on getting review books from Random House - I remember when I got my first review books, it felt phenomenal!

      And thanks for stopping by Booked Up!
      Jessica x

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    2. Great haul!! Under The Never Sky was such and amazing book.. Hope you enjoy it (:
      Can't wait to hear your thoughts about The Selection. The cover is amazing, but the reviews aren't so good.. I still can't decide whether to read it or not...
      Have a great week!

      My Sunday Post

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    3. The Selection and Under the Never Sky are two of my favourite books so I hope you enjoy them.
      Paper Towns is on my TBR pile waiting to be read and I love John Green's books so much.

      Happy reading! :)

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    4. I have read Emerald Star and it's AMAZING!

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    5. Wow, great books! I have heard so many good things about Under the Never Sky, I feel like I'm missing out. I must get the first one in the series soon!

      Slated sounds fantastic too. I absolutely love John Green so I really want to read Paper Towns. Have you read The Fault in Our Stars? Because that book is aammmaazziinngg :D

      I used to love Jacqueline Wilson when I was little and I remember really enjoying Hetty Feather. I'm glad you enjoyed Emerald Star :)

      Happy reading!

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    6. Hey, I really love your blog and I've nominated you for the Liebster Award :)

      Check it out here:

      http://w-a-n-d-e-r-l-u-s-t1.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/liebster-award.html

      :) xxx

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    7. I've heard really great things for Slated. The Crimson Thread seems very interesting, loving the cover!

      I haven't read The Selection just because it doesn't seem like my kind of book, but I hope you enjoy all your books. Happy Reading! ^^

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    8. I haven't seen that cover of The Goddess Inheritance before! It's gorgeous. I'm glad to hear you enjoyed Slated and The Selection. I hope you'll like Under the never Sky, too. I loved that book. :)

      Brilliant book haul! Enjoy all your new reads.

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    9. City of Bones is AWESOME!! I love all of Cassie Clare's books! I bought a hardcover version, because my paperback is falling apart, and I'm going to a cassie clare signing at the end of the month :).

      And it looks like you got some great books! :) Enjoy! :)

      And thanks for stopping by my IMM!

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    10. The Selection is amazing and I love the cover for The Goddess Inheritance. Under The Never Sky is also great. Enjoy all your books! :)

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    11. Hey I love your blog its sooooooooo cool and I would love it if you would check out my blog and maybe follow? I am defiantly following you!

      chalkandcheeses.blogspot.co.uk

      Sanna xx

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    12. Hey! I love your blog and have followed so would you mind checking out mine and maybe following?

      www.keepcalmandlovelifeellagriffiths.blogspot.com

      thanks

      ~Ellie:) xxx

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    13. So glad you found our blog, it's great to find other Aussie book bloggers!

      I'm glad you liked Slated, I've had it on my shelf for so long, I really need to read it!

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    14. I really enjoyed the women's video you shared. Nice haul of books. I have heard a lot about Selection. I hope you enoy it. Thanks for stopping by.
      Jess@Fueled by Fiction

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