I know. You think you're seeing this wrong. Because I haven't posted anything in over a month. Bear with me.
Stacking the shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews, and it's all about sharing the books that have come into your possession throughout the week, whether it books added to your collection, ebooks, library books, etc. Sunday post is a weekly meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer where bloggers can recap their week, showcase books, and share news.
I also had to pick up Ruta Sepetys new book because I am absolutely obsessed with all historical fiction, especially the stories that aren't typically told or are told from an atypical POV.
Middle grade. Magic school. That's all I needed to know about ASFGAE. That's all I know. That's all I want to know. I've wanted to read this book for a while, and I finally picked up my own copy. (Also, "children's" paperbacks are super cheap, so I had to.)
The Winner's Crime | The Raven Boys | The Dream Thieves | Blue Lily, Lily Blue | Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Illustrated)
These are all books that I ordered at the end of 2015 and just now got my hands on.
This is what happens when you go to college, work weekends, and subsequently don't go home until there's a book festival. The only one that I haven't read is TWCbecause I still haven't read the first and was waiting for the third book's release.
Lady Midnight. Lady Midnight. Lady Midnight. Lady Midnight. Lady Midnight. Say it five times in the mirror and hopefully Magnus Bane will appear in another Cassandra Clare book. (But, seriously, I don't know how I'm going to make it through 720 of a book without Magnus.) (Obviously, I don't know how to cope with this.)
I've heard absolutely outstanding things about this book. I'm about 100 pages in right now, and it's already my favorite Cassie Clare book. *fingers crossed that it stays that way*
Have you guys picked up or read any of these books? Let me know down in the comments!