Saturday, February 3, 2018

Stacking The Shelves: February 3, 2018

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly bookish meme hosted @ Tynga's Reviews & Reading Reality.





The Great Pyramid of Giza: A History From Beginning to Present by Hourly History — 2/5 {Review to come!}


Bought:
The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

For Review:
Endless Water, Starless Sky by Rosamund Hodge



Have a great weekend and happy reading, everyone! ♥


19 comments:

  1. Nice haul! The Lacemaker looks interesting! I need to read more Rosamund Hodge! I loved Cruel Beauty! I hope you'll enjoy all the books you got, Stephanie! Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. I didn't totally love Bright Smoke, Cold Fire so it'll be interesting to see how the sequel goes for me.

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  2. H.H. Holmes is such a creepy dude!

    I love that cover on The Lacemaker! So pretty! Hope you enjoy your new books!

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    1. For sure! I've seen lots of documentaries so it'll be interesting to read more about him for once.

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  3. I didn't know Rosamund Hodge had a new book coming out. Also the Hourly History books look fascinating. Thanks for sharing! Hope you enjoy all your new books.

    My STT

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  4. The Lacemaker has me very intrigued! I hope that you love these books. :-)

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    1. Me too. It was super cheap so had to buy it!

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  5. Enjoy your new books. I love the cover of Endless Water, Starless Sky.

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  6. I've always been interested in the pyramids and their history...

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    1. My review of that book is kinda scathing... I'm scared to post it.

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  7. You got some creepy looking books! I hope you enjoy them!

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  8. I'm DEFINITELY interested in "The Great Pyramid of Giza", and "The Lacemaker". GREAT acquisitions, Steph!! I'm adding both to my Goodreads shelves! I really do need to read more history. As for historical romance, I love that genre already, but still need to read more of these books!

    Thanks for sharing!! HUGS!!! <3 <3 <3 :) :) :)

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  9. Manson always gave me the creeps and I remember being a little kid and worrying about him getting out for some reason. However, I do find the whole thing rather fascinating as well.

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  10. I love the diversity of your reading selection. I need to branch out! But, it's so hard when I enjoy what I enjoy. :D

    Lonna @ FLYLēF

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  11. Oooo the histories sound interesting!

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  12. Endless Water, Starless Sky caught my attention! :D

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  13. I hope you'll enjoy all of these books! I'm curious about the nonfiction focus on certain people. It's always interesting to learn more about the lives of people from history.

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