Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews and Showcase Sunday is hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits, and Tea and they are memes for sharing books you've purchased, borrowed, or been sent for review. The books can be physical or e-format. No new library books this week, but I should have a few for next week. I should also have a few physical books that I got on sale!
Bought: Kindle Books
Between the Sea and Sky by Jaclyn Dolamore, Bloomsbury (This sounded interesting. A story about a mermaid and a winged man for middle grade readers.)
The Monuments Men by Robert Edsel, Center Street (I needed a history fix and WWII is about the only part of Modern History that fascinates me. The Nazis wanted to wipe out virtually all civilization that did not fit their mold including art. The movie looks really good too!)
Geekomancy by Michael Underwood Pocket Star (This is sounded cute. Where heroes get their power from comics with a mystery thrown in.)
Whisper Falls by Elizabeth Langston Spencer Hill Press (Colonial History is my area and I love that this story is about an indentured servant, an often overlooked part of our history.)
The Line by JD Horn, 47North (This was apart of the KindleFirst program. Witches in Savannah, I do like the Southern Gothic setting.)
Received for Review on Netgalley: Thanks Bloomsbury!
Dangerous by Shannon Hale (I love her writing! This is a dystopia, which is different than her usual novels, but it sounds great. Maisie must save the world but at a high cost.)
Received for Review on Edelweiss: Thanks Hachette!
Salt and Storm by Kendall Kulper (This is about whaling, a witch who can see the future including her possible death, and the boy who can save her. Sounds good to me!)