Saturday, 17 August 2013

Book Haul #38



Stacking the Shelves is a weekly event hosted on Tynga's Reviews and Letterbox Love is a UK edition hosted by Narratively Speaking. Here we can share what new books we've picked up this past week. There are also lots of other 'book haul' memes out there for you to choose from!

Operation TBR is going fairly well, the not buying bit anyway - I still don't seem to be reading anything I own! This week's haul is big because it's library week and my beloved sister took pity on me and bought books... She's such an enabler! Anyway, she bought me five of Kim Harrison's Hollows books which I used to own but unfortunately they were in the one box that got lost in transit the last time I moved, along with a book that I've heard quite a bit about.

 From my sister

Dead Witch Walking - Kim Harrison

The Good The Bad And The Undead - Kim Harrison

Every Which Way But Dead - Kim Harrison

A Fistful Of Charms - Kim Harrison

Pale Demon - Kim Harrison

Shambling Guide To New York City - Mur Lafferty

Library Books

The Spook's Apprentice - Joseph Delaney

Tall Tales From Pitch End - Nigel McDowell

Death & Co. - D J McCune

The Fire Rose - Mercedes Lackey

The Serpent's Shadow - Mercedes Lackey

The Gates of Sleep - Mercedes Lackey

Phoenix And Ashes - Mercedes Lackey

The 5th Wave - Rick Yancey

Insignia - S J Kincaid

Verdigris Deep - Frances Hardinge

A Face Like Glass - Frances Hardinge

The Bonehill Curse - Jon Mayhew

Jewel of Atlantis - Gena Showalter

The Nymph King - Gena Showalter

The Humans - Matt Haig

Close My Eyes - Sophie McKenzie

Just What Kind Of Mother Are You? - Paula Daly

The Hex Factor - Harriet Goodwin

The Bookman's Tale - Charlie Lovett

The New Watch - Sergei Lukyanenko

The Palace of Curiosities - Rosie Garland

The School For Good & Evil - Soman Chainani

This House Is Haunted - John Boyne

Chasing The Dark - Sam Hepburn

What did you get this week?


15 comments:

  1. Nice, you got the Kim Harrison's books, I haven't read them yet but I heard many great things. And I have The 5th Wave on my to-read list. You got some amazing books from library!

    My Stacking the Shelves post.

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  2. Wow you got a lot! I haven't read the Kim Harrison books but I have the first three at home. Happy reading!

    <a href="http://tsukibooks.blogspot.com/2013/08/stacking-shelves-august-17weekly-wrap-up.html”>Tsuki’s STS</a>

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  3. wow so many books! I love Kim Harrison and these covers are awesome! Happy reading!

    here is mine

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  4. A lot of these are new to me, but I think I'm most intrigued by The Bookman's Tale. Hope you enjoy your books this week!

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  5. Some great titles! I love Mercedes Lackey :)

    Enjoy.

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  6. I love Kim Harrison's Hollows series! Nice to be able to have copies again. And I read a review for Shambling Guide to New York this morning, and it sounds great - please let us know what you think of that one when you get to it :)
    My Letterbox Love post is here: The Book Bundle.
    ~Ailsa

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    1. I'd heard good things about Shambling, hopefully I'll get to it next week and I'll definitely review it :)

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. Wow, you've got an epic haul this week - 29 books. The Hollows is an epic series, sorry to hear that you lost your copies of the books it was nice of your sister to replace them. I hope you enjoy reading them all.

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  8. Holy smokes you had an awesome book hauling week!!! That's a whole lotta books!! I haven't heard of any of these excited The 5 Wave but I really hope you enjoy all of the books!!

    Happy Reading from Reese's @Reese's Reviews: MA2F

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  9. Kim Harrison is an author I still want to look into! Mercades Lackey usually writes good books but this one is new to me. Enjoy andHappy Reading!
    Here are my newest additions.

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  10. Oh my gosh! Insignia and A Face Like Glass are two of my favorite books. You have a lot here in this monster haul, but you must, MUST read those ASAP.

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    1. Have just started Insignia because now I'm intrigued! A Face Like Glass will be read after, thanks for getting me to push them up the the TBR!

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  11. You picked up an insane amount of books this week! You must be smothered! I LOVED The School for Good and Evil!! I just nabbed Insignia awhile ago too!

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    1. Luckily the library books are mine for up to 12 weeks so no rush! Otherwise, yes I would be smothered :)

      Thanks for stopping by!

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