Stacking the Shelves is a meme posted every Saturday on Tynga's Reviews. It's a blog post about the books you received the previous week. I will be doing my Stacking the Shelves Post every Saturday, too.
I can barely describe my excitement for this week's books. I got them all on hold at the library and have already finished several of them.
Dark Triumph by RL LaFevers: This is the sequel to Grave Mercy. It is on the dark side and action-packed. It is also my new favorite book from 2013.
Splintered by AG Howard: I have been waiting on Splintered for about 8 months now and am going to read it as soon as I can. It's about a descendent of Alice Liddel and her adventures in Wonderland. However, her adventures have a purpose to them- to fix Alice's mistakes, pass a series of tests, and hopefully bring an end to the madness wrapped around her mother.
Sever by Lauren DeStefano:Sever is the finale to a dystopia trilogy that I fell in love with a couple years ago. These books aren't perfect but I find them addicting and am eager to continue Rhine's adventure.
Pulse by Patrick Carman: Pulse isn't a book I know too much about. It seems to have mixed reviews but maybe it'll be a hit with me. I basically know it's a dystopia about telekinesis although I don't know anything about the dystopian world.
Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas: Throne of Glass is about an assassin who was imprisoned for a year before being offered a trade- her freedom for becoming the King's Champion for four years. It was an overall enjoyable read and captivated my attention, although it had some flaws. Look forward to reading my review in the near future.
Ettiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger: This book entails a troublesome girl's attendance at a boarding school that teaches both how-tos such as proper behavior and murder. The summary is humorous so I predict it'll be an amusing read, even if it doesn't sound too unique.
Hopefully you can see why I'm so satisfied with this week's collection of books. They all look amazing and I'm looking forward to getting sucked into each and every one of them.
So what did you add to your shelves this week? Have you read any of my books? Please feel free to comment/ link up.