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Stacking the Shelves [#9] JULY Book Haul


Stacking the Shelves

Stacking the Shelves is a meme held over at Tyngna’s Reviews. It is all about sharing the books on your shelves, physical or virtual. A great way to share books that you have purchased online, in bookstores, borrowed from the library, received for review or purchased as e-books.


Physical Books:


Changeling by Philippa Gregory


More Than This by Patrick Ness

RoaldDahlOne RoaldDahlTwo

The Complete Short Stories of Roald Dahl – Volume One & Two



The Savages  by Matt Whyman

Books for Review:

The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains by Neil Gaiman


Paper Swans by Jessica Thompson

Library Books:


Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers


Locke & Key – Volume 1


Locke & Key – Volume 2


The School of Good & Evil – Soman Chainani

Have you read any of these? Do any interest you? Are there any that I should bump up to the top of my list of to-be-read? I’m really looking forward to getting round to all of them! What have you purchased/borrowed/downloaded this week?

Happy Reading!


Author: Stacie

UK Lifestyle & Parenting Blogger. Dog Lover. Nutella Obsessed. Diet Coke Drinker.

3 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves [#9] JULY Book Haul

  1. Looks like a good haul! I’m really curious about Locke & Key, I’ve seen Joe Hill talking about it so much on twitter. Roald Dahl short stories sound goooood.

    My StS.

  2. I see lots that are new to me, but one that interests me the most is Locke and Key. It’s a graphic novel, right?

    My new pretties 🙂

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