Stacking The Shelves #115 – June 27th

Stacking The Shelves is hosted at Tynga’s Reviews and is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

Soooo… What has been the ARC damage since my last STS post two weeks ago? I requested The Heatwave thinking I wouldn’t be approved anyway, so imagine my surprise when I was! I’ve already read and reviewed it, so technically it doesn’t count right? Afterwards, I couldn’t resist requesting a copy of the second Underwater Investigation Unit book as I loved the first one. This is my very first 2021 ARC! I also couldn’t help snatching a copy of The Collector as I loved the sound of the blurb, and joined the blog tour soon after too. I already reviewed that one as well, so it doesn’t count either right? Last but not least, I never on earth would have guessed my request for the new Jodi Picoult would actually be approved… Not that I’m complaining of course haha.

Furthermore, I couldn’t resist signing up for the blog tour for Sight Unseen in August.



Click on the summaries below to go to the Goodreads page…

I hope everyone is staying safe and making the best of their weekend! ❤


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16 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves #115 – June 27th

  1. I was a bit disappointed by the lack of Gothic vibes in Ruth Ware’s One By One so on a whim I requested Mexican Gothic on NG 🙈 I’ve already read and reviewed it, and I can confirm: it doesn’t count 😉😏

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    • Haha it’s a new rule! 😉 What did you make of Mexican Gothic? I’ve heard mixed things about it due to the lack of gothic and mexican elements… But I still very much want to try it anyway as the blurb sounds so good. xx

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      • I really enjoyed Mexican Gothic! Review goes up next week I think, or perhaps the week after. I did feel it was Gothic and the Mexican was there, but perhaps a little subtler than some readers expected.

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