Saturday, September 23, 2017

Stacking The Shelves: September 23, 2017

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



Water Touching Stone by Eliot Pattison
The Stonehenge Legacy by Sam Christer
The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolien
I found these three books on a fleamarket last weekend. The Stongehenge Legacy and The Fellowship of the Ring were 40 cents together and I got Water Touching Stone for free! :D



Freebies:
(still free on Amazon)
(still free on Amazon)

For Review:
The Nosferatu Chronicles: Origins by Susan Hamilton
The author send me a review request for this book and since it's set in 15th Century Transylvania I couldn't resist. It seems like a mix of scifi and historical fiction. Also, Vlad Dracula! (the historical one, not the vampire that Stoker created)




Have you read any of these books or which ones do you think look interesting? Let me know your thoughts.

Have a great weekend, everyone! ♥


26 comments:

  1. Wow! That's a lot of royal themed books you got here! Hope you enjoy them all!

    Here’s my Stacking the Shelves!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog and join in this week’s Recommend Me This! Saturdays!

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  2. I'm very interested in the Nosferatu Chronicles, will be looking forward to your opinion!

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    1. I plan on starting it when I finish Darkness at the Edge of Town. Can't wait!

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  3. Haven't read anything from your list yet but I've been meaning to try from Tolkien for a very long time now. Enjoy your new books and have a great weekend :)

    xx
    Vanessa @ Blushing Geek

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  4. Nice haul, enjoy your book and have a nice week.

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  5. Nice haul! The Stonehenge Legacy looks interesting! Really want to vist Stonehenge some day! I still haven't read Lord of the Rings either, but I hope to change that in the future! Have a great week and happy reading!

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    1. Oh me too! It's one of my dreams, actually. Hopefully someday! :D

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  6. Looks like a good haul! I'm planning to reread Tolkien's work very soon -- it was just the 80th anniversary of the Hobbit, I believe! Hope you enjoy.

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  7. Great haul! You got some awesome deals at the fleamarket. I hope you enjoy all of these and have a great week.

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  8. Your copy of The Fellowship of Rings looks really good. I am yet to collect LOTR books and I wish I get them soon :) Enjoy your books!

    Here is my STS

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  9. Enjoy your new books. I hope you love all of them.

    Grace @ Books of Love

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  10. Oh my goodness, those books were so cheap! I mean, they only cost cents. You must have been very happy at that flea market :d

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    1. Right? I only find them at the end of the flea market so I was totally surprised!

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  11. I haven't read any of these books but they look awesome. I hope you enjoy them or most of them. Have a wonderful week and happy reading. :)

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  12. What cool flea market finds. We don't have many around here but one church in town has a HUGE book sale in November and I'm hoping to take the day off and browse. Usually I rush on my lunch hour. The sale lasts a whole week. Enjoy your books!

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  13. Oh I have a friend who is from Romania I will have to tell her about that one. Also how have I never thought to check the local flea market for books??? My Shelf

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  14. I love finding book bargains and charity shops and the like...so many bargains to be had!

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  15. The Nosferatu Chronicles: Origins sounds interesting, especially after you mentioned Vlad Dracula. I'll be curious to know what you think of that one, Stephanie! The Fellowship of the Ring is one of my all-time favorites. I hope you enjoy your new books! They all sound good!

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