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23 March 2014

Stacked (99)

Inspired by Pop Culture Junkie and The Story Siren, Stacked is a weekly post where I share with you the books that I've bought, borrowed or received for the week.

So I've been pretty good, book-wise this week. I have been trying to stay away from NetGalley and Edelweiss but it's hard to resist when NG sends thos pre-approved emails. I am so behind on review books though and really need to buckle down and read some of them. But the new and shiny can be so distracting. Anyway...here are the books I received this week.


Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews (audiobook) - I am a huge Ilona Andews fan and they recently released this short-ish novel that was originally posted in parts on their blog. Since I had a bunch of Audible credits hanging around I decided to try it in audio. I may start this next week since I am almost done with my current audiobook.

For Review

The Kiss of Deception of Mary Pearson - This is the one that NetGalley sent the email about. I tried to resist (well, not that hard) but decided to do it in the end. How can I say no to that pretty cover and Mary Pearson?

Liv, Forever by Amy Talkington (audiobook) - Received this from Audiobook Jukebox this week. After reading a review at The Reading Date, I decided to give this one a go in audio. It sounds creepy.

That's what's in my book bag this week. Have you guys all seen Divergent already? At the time or writing this (Sat night) I have not. I have plans to go sometime Sunday though. From what I've heard, people seem to really like it. I am hoping that they take out all the annoying bits and make it a good movie. We shall see. Hope you're all have an awesome weekend!

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