Saturday, 1 November 2014

Book Haul #89


Stacking the Shelves is a weekly event hosted on Tynga's Reviews where we can share what new books we've picked up this past week be they bought, borrowed or downloaded. There are also lots of other 'book haul' memes out there for you to choose from!

So, I've received more books this week than I did in the last four weeks! There were a couple of pre-orders though that I've been waiting for a long time to get my hands on them! I was very restrained at BristolCon last weekend and only bought one book to go with the freebies that were in my goody bag :)

The Boy in the Cemetery

Ticker

Written in the Blood

Murder Most Unladylike

The Slow Regard of Silent Things

Fearsome Magics

The Road to Bedlam

Naamah's Kiss

The World of Ice & Fire

11 comments:

  1. I want to read so many of these books. Murder Most Unladylike looks so good! Enjoy!

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  2. So many of these books look creepy! I hope you enjoy them all, great haul!
    -Jon from Bookish Antics!

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  3. I'm not familiar with a lot of these, but Ticker sounds good. Enjoy it! My STS

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  4. I've only heard of the last one but how cool! Enjoy your books. http://booklovingnut.blogspot.com/2014/11/stacking-shelves-17.html

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  5. I havent heard any of these. I hope you enjoy them!

    Come and check out OUaT's STS !

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  6. Hope you had fun at BristolCon! :) I really enjoyed Murder Most Unladylike, such a fun light one! Happy reading!

    Here's mine

    Kirsty @ StudioReads

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  7. Wow! Awesome haul of books. There are so many wonderful covers in this set of books as well. I feel that covers are really beginning to improve a lot, and I love that. Happy reading! :]

    You can check out my STS HERE

    Tiffany
    Beneath the Jacket Reviews

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  8. These are all new to me but I love the covers! Enjoy!

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  9. Oooh, I like the cover of Ticker. Hope you enjoy the Jacqueline Carey book -- I love her work. I've just picked up Fearsome Magics, too; have you read the first one, Fearsome Journeys? I quite liked that, too, though I mainly got it for Scott Lynch's story. Excited about Garth Nix and Frances Hardinge's stories in this one.

    My StS.

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  10. I've loved Patrick Rothfuss' previous books, but I'm not sure about Slow Regard yet, I'm interested in reading some reviews first.

    ~Ailsa
    (My StS post)

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  11. There are a couple of very interesting covers here. I haven't heard of several of them so will have to go to Goodreads to check them out.
    Check out my STS

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