Stacking the Shelves! June Edition

Posted by Steph on May - 25 - 2013

[STSmall%255B4%255D.png]Stacking the Shelves hosted by Tynga’s Reviews

So this is my first time participating in this meme. I’ve seen it all over so figured I’d give it a try since I have sooo many books I’ve recently acquired : ) This is my “intended” June reading list. Of course there will be a whole slug of junior fiction in there too with trying to figure out what in the world to do for upcoming kid’s book clubs in the fall (if you have any great suggestions send ‘em my way!)

The Storm Protocol    And the Mountains Echoed    The Fairest of Them All  

The Storm Protocol by Iain Cosgrove

I received this copy from the author and I’m very excited to dive into it. Click on the title to see the description on Amazon.com.

And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseni

I’ve waited years for another book from Hosseni to come out…and it’s here! It’s finally here!

The Fairest of Them All by Carolyn Turgeon

Since I’m really into fairy tales, I was really excited when I was able to get this one through NetGalley.

Rose Under Fire   Stoker's Manuscript   Fearless

Rose Under Fire by Elisabeth Wein

Okay, I know I haven’t read Code Name Verity yet, but it is sitting on my shelf. And I do know I’m going to love it and this book looks just as good! Again thank you NetGalley….

Stoker’s Manuscript by Royce Prouty

I got this one through LibraryThing Early Reviewers and I’m really excited to read it. I’ve been looking for something kinda like Kostova’s The Historian for a looong time now…

Fearless by Cornelia Funke

A sequel from one of my favorite authors ever!

The Golem and the Jinni   Pure (Pure, #1)   Pandemonium (Delirium, #2)

The Golem and the Jinni

I loved the title and the cover is super cool.  No idea what it is about, but I checked it out based on those facts so we will see.

Pure by Julianna Baggot

I hear this is amazing, but it hasn’t been super popular at the library, so I want to read it so I can (hopefully) recommend it to dystopian fans.

Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

Another sequel, but I’m afraid to read it until I have the third one in hand too…

House of Secrets (House of Secrets, #1)   Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker by Jennifer…

House of Secrets by Chris Columbus and Ned Vizzini

Chris Columbus directed Harry Potter. It’s gotta be good, right?

Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini

I’m fascinated by this time period and the author is popular with my patrons, but I would not read any of her other books. So hopefully I’ll see what all the “rage” is about…

So I have a TON to read in June…but I am very excited about each and every one of them!

Are you reading any on my list? If not what are you reading this coming month??

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Briana says:

    I love Pure! The premise sounds pretty disturbing, but I ended up not being too squeamish about it at all. Baggott does a good job of getting readers in the same state of mind as the characters. Yes, it’s gross and unnatural that people are fused to things, but you kind of have to get over it and keep on living. My review is going up Monday. 🙂