Stacking the Shelves: 30 June 2019

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosten by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, all about sharing the books you have aquired in the last week.


I have been extremely restrained for the last week and only bought three kindle books!! These are all books that I’ve seen great reviews for and blog tours recently and I had to get them.

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The Closer I Get – I’ve seen so many great reviews for this recently, and once I saw that it had and LGBT character I was sold. It seems like a pretty intenste psychological thriller, and I hope I’ll enjoy it as much as everyone else has.

The Dream House – I already have every book by Jess Ryder in my TBR, but I’ve yet to read any of them. It does mean that if I like this I can dive straight into the back catalogue.

Don’t Ever Tell– This is another psychological thriller (seemingly my favourite genre recently). The plot for this immediately intrigued me, and the reviews meant that I had to get it.  


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The End of the Line – This sounds like a really interesting horror/fantasy novel. This is the author’s first novel so I have no clue what to expect, but it’s been a while since I read anything from this genre so I’m quite excited.

We Were Sisters – I’m extremely grateful to Bookouture for approving my requests even though I’m still a tiny blog. We Were Sisters sounds like an amzing thriller which I’m really looking forward to reading.


I didn’t plan on buying these, but I was shopping and they were on offer. I have no self-control when it comes to books.

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The Whisper Man – This is another book that I’ve seen great reviews for recently. This sounds like an eerie mystery that promises to keep my on the edge of my seat.

Keep You Close – The blurb for this is excellent. I enjoy books that explore the relationship between the parent and child when the child is accused/guilty of something.

Everything I’ve bought this week is because I’ve seen other bloggers reviewing, so I’m blaming all of you.

Tickets for Edinburgh Book Festival went on sale this week, and I have tickets for eight events. I own a couple of the books, but most I borrowed from the library, or have on my kindle so I need to start buying / saving up for physical copies of books so I can get them signed.

What have you added to your shelves this week? Have you read any of these books? Which should I read first?

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