Sunday, March 02, 2014

Jenni’s Stacking the Shelves [Mar 2]

Posted by

Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews featuring new additions to our bookshelves.

I didn’t have the most exciting two weeks but I did get one awesome package in the mail and I found a book that sounds AWESOME at Costco.

From my lovely co-blogger, Giselle, I got Me Before You and Jellicoe Road.  I have had my eye on both of these for a while so I am so excited that I now have them both. Thank you Giselle! The Troop is one that I found at Costco and it sounds really good and creepy! I’m excited for it because I have heard absolutely nothing about it, I love going into books blind like that! Also, I think I see a theme here: RED!

What goodies did you add to your shelf this week?


32 Responses to “Jenni’s Stacking the Shelves [Mar 2]”

  1. Amanda @ Book Badger

    Me Before You is meant to be really good, I’d heard amazing things about it, but I haven’t read it myself. I tried another book by her, The Girl You Left Behind and didn’t enjoy it much, so I hope you enjoy this one more. Also, the red theme is really pretty 🙂
    Amanda @ Book Badger recently posted…In Bed With Badger #1My Profile

  2. Kayla

    I’m finding it pretty hard to finish The Troop because I’ve been having problems with the stereotypical and “boxing in” of the characters but it looks great in person! I only have a digital ARC from NetGalley. Looking forward to your thoughts on it! 🙂

  3. Lolita

    I got Jellicoe Road quite some time ago, but still haven’t gotten around to reading it. I have heard so many good things about it, although some say the beginning can be a bit confusing. I hope you enjoy your new books :).
    Lolita recently posted…Sunday Post #63My Profile

  4. Eileen @ Singing and Reading in the Rain

    Haha I love Costco! I rarely ever find worthwhile reading books there, unlike you, but they’re my favorite store to go for food, but that may be because I’ve never actively shopped at any other store. I’ve heard a lot of great things about Jellicoe Road, though, and I just love the title! And I also love the red theme you have going on for this week’s books 🙂 Happy reading, Jenni! <33
    Eileen @ Singing and Reading in the Rain recently posted…Feminist Sunday (6): Rape CultureMy Profile

  5. Angie F.

    Jellicoe Road was really good! If you have trouble getting into it, just stick with it! I swear it all comes together wonderfully! Hopefully, since you’ll be reading it in print, it’ll flow better. My ebook copy was formatted wrong, so it made it a bit more difficult to follow. That’s one I need to reread, for sure.
    Angie F. recently posted…Review: The Summer I Found You by Jolene PerryMy Profile