Sunday, November 2, 2014

Stacking the Shelves/Letterbox Love

StS is hosted by Tynga's reviews, and Letterbox Love was started by Lynsey at Narratively Speaking. 

I said in my last StS/LL post that there is a great library here. I picked up a few more this week.

A Murder of Crows, by Anne Bishop. #2 in the Others series. I read book one at the start of the summer and loved it, and book 2 is just as good. I'm racing through this one at the moment and will probably post a review soon. Meg and her friends are trying to figure out why Crows are being attacked.

Lola & the Boy Next Door, by Stephanie Perkins. I loved Anna & the French Kiss, and I've been
looking forward to reading this one. I know it'll be a quick read, so I was happy to find it in a library. May or may not review, we'll see.

Shadow & Bone by Leigh Bardugo. #1 in the Grisha trilogy. This was one of the books I mentioned in the top ten Tuesday about series' I want to start. Looking forward to starting it later this week.

Indexing, by Seanan McGuire. I'm pretty sure this is a standalone story. I love everything by Ms. McGuire that I've read so far, and I like the sound of this one - fairy tale stories can affect the lives of some people, and there's a Bureau trying to help them.

I also borrowed the audiobook of Nalini Singh's 'Kiss of Snow' - it's one of my favourite books in the Psy/Changeling series, and I think the narrator is really good.

So what did you get this week? Have you read any of these books?


  1. Oh, Lola! That was such a good book. I hope you enjoy it.

    I see we have a Perkins conversation trend going on. lol

  2. Nice haul! We're big fans of Stephanie Perkins and Lola and The Boy Next Door is just adorable! Hope you enjoy it :) I've been trying to get around to Shadow and Bone. Even borrowed it from the library but then had no time. One of these days .... Here's ours: BiblioJunkies Happy reading! ~ Bel

  3. Omg I loved Murder of Crows! It was fantastic! Hope you enjoy all of these!


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