Saturday, September 14, 2013

Stacking the Shelves (29) and Giveaway Winner

This week I am sharing books that I bought thanks to an awesome sale at B&N and my gift card as well as one book for review.  If you want to learn more about these books, click the title and it will take you to the Goodreads page.

For Review:

Captive by A.D. Robertson
(This is by Andrea Cremer, author of the Nightshade series!)
Thanks to Penguin and NetGalley



Looking for Alaska by John Green - This one was on sale, so I just HAD to have it. I adore John Green and have been meaning to read it for quite some time.

Shadows and Strongholds by Elizabeth Chadwick - This one was also on sale and I have heard good things about Chadwick's historical fiction, but have yet to read her!

The Chaperone by Lauren Moriarty - I have been dying to read this one! I read the sample chapter and was completely hooked.

Giveaway Winner:

And the winner of my $20 Book Depository Giveaway is.....
#155 Marissa A.   
Congrats! I hope you enjoy your books! 

So what do you guys think? Have you read any of these books? Let me know! This new meme is hosted by Tynga at Tynga's Reviews.  


  1. Awesome haul Christina. The A.D. Robertson book looks very sexy indeed. Come visit me as well.

    Books of Love

  2. I really liked Looking for Alaska but it did take me a while to really get into it. Happy reading.

  3. Looking for Alaska was really good. Hope you enjoy it. That Cremer book is very intriguing...

    Happy reading!

    My STS is here.

  4. I have been wanting to read Looking for Alaska for SO LONG! I've heard it's awesome. The Chaperone looks great too. I hope you enjoy all you get :)

    Here's my STS!

  5. Nice books! I enjoyed The Chaperone. I hope that you do too.
    -Dilettantish Reader

  6. I need more John Green in my life, I've only read TFiOS. Enjoy your reads!

    My StS

  7. I'm ashamed to say that I've never read Looking for Alaska. The Chaperone looks intriguing. Great haul! I hope you love your new goodies!

  8. I own The Chaperone but still haven't read it yet. I've heard good things about Looking For Alaska too.

  9. I really need to read a John Green book! I bought The Fault in Our Stars a while ago and can't wait to start it.

  10. Oooo I had no idea Andrea wrote under a different name! I'll have to check out Captive for sure *runs to NetGalley* I still need to read something by John Green, he's one of those authors I keep putting off because I know I'm going to be all emotional while reading his books. I just need to suck it up though because his writing sounds so amazing:)

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