This is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where we share what books we have recently added to our physical or virtual shelves.
My last Stacking the Shelves was from September 21st, so here are all the books I've added to my bookshelves since then.
Clarification: I did not get Allegiant. I got The World of Divergent: The Path to Allegiant, which is free on Amazon. I believe it's just bonus content.
As you can see, I've gotten a lot of books in the last three weeks. The good thing is that I only spent money on five of them--and all of those were on sale. The bad thing is it's a lot of books to list out and make links for, so I'm just going to give links to the honorable mentions (AKA the most significant additions to my bookshelf).
I've actually already read Eleanor & Park (review coming soon), but I've barely touched Fangirl. I will get to it soon, though. I'm determined to.
Not a Drop to Drink
I absolutely could not resist getting this one when I saw it was only $4.99. I'd been waiting all year for this book, so I didn't even think before I clicked the buy button. I just had to do it.
I've heard this one was pretty good, and it sounds like a cute and quick read.
This was a Waiting on Wednesday choice during the summer, and I found it as ARR in one of the Goodreads groups I'm in. How cool is that? I was so excited to find it. It was like I found a surprise present waiting for me.
I got this through Edelweiss shortly before it came out on October 1st, but thankfully I still have awhile to read it. I'll be getting to this one real soon.
This one is really good! I got accepted into Hafsah's street team and was given an e-ARC of the book, and I read it that same week. My review is on it's way, but I will tell you now that it's definitely worth your time.
This was a class read for my AP Lit class. It's actually a response to Lord of the Flies, but it's a more realistic situation and instead of the boys becoming savage like, they form bonds with one another and essentially become more humane.
Every trimester, I have to pick a book from a different section of the class list and analyze it. Since I wanted a more modern book for the first trimester, I decided on this one! I'm actually trying something different by reading this one because I stay away from reading religious books. I've only 70 pages so far (out of 543), but the writing is so good. I'm pretty sure I'll really like this one.
Thank you to Jennie Bates Bozic, Hafsah Laziaf, HMH Books for Young Readers, Nichole @ YA Reads, L.M. Augustine, Read Books and Live Green, and Laura Pauling for the books!