Stacking the Shelves: March 2015

Links lead to Goodreads.

-Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
-Hollow City (Miss Peregrine #2) by Ransom Riggs

I started Trigger Warning a couple weeks ago and am waiting to have full focus so I can completely dive into the stories. This will be my first Neil Gaiman book and I'm so very excited!
Thank you to William Morrow!

I'm halfway through Hollow City and it's seriously just as awesome as the first book. I've been halfway in the book for quite some time so I can't wait to finally finish!
Thank you to Quirk!

-The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton (My Review)
-Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
-Paper Towns by John Green
-The Body Electric by Beth Revis (ebook)
-Literary Listography by Lisa Nola

I completely adored The Miniaturist, so I'm definitely happy I bought it despite the expensive hardcover price. I've been eyeing Burial Rites all year. I found it at Half Price Books last weekend and with my 40% off coupon I had to get it! Paper Towns is being turned into a movie so I want to read it before I accidentally see any movie trailers. Beth Revis' Across the Universe trilogy is one of my all time favorites so The Body Electric is a must read for me. I saw Literary Listography at my local indie book store and had to get it! It has all different list prompts about everything bookish.

-Kindle Paperwhite
My Kindle was a birthday gift from my lovely parents. Thank you Mom and Dad!

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews.


  1. Paper Towns is great! It's my favorite of John Green's works. I really want to read Burial Rites because I have heard some rave reviews, and it sounds phenomenal. Just followed you on bloglovin' :)
    -Monica @ Tomes Project

    1. Hi Monica! I'm so happy to hear Paper Towns is your favorite John Green novel!
      Thank you so much! <3

  2. Great stack! I still need to read Hollow City, but I loved book one. I've been meaning to read Paper Towns before the movie comes out!

    1. Thanks Becky! I hope you love Hollow City and Paper Towns :)
      Thank you!

  3. Great haul! Paper Towns is pretty good. I didn't like it much the first time I read it because I loved Looking for Alaska so much. Congratulations on the new Kindle! I recently bought myself one and I adore it.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

    1. Thanks Krystianna!
      I still need to read Looking for Alaska so I'm glad to hear you loved it so much! :)

  4. I want to read Paper Towns next, I'm hoping this one would change my mind about the author forever :) The trailer of the movie was pretty cute too. Lovely book haul, hope you enjoy these books! <3 Benish | Feminist Reflections

  5. Yay for Paper Towns! I t was my first John Green book and I've been making my way through his work with An Abundance of Katherines being the last one I need to read. I'm looking forward to the movie. The previews look good! Your praise for The Miniaturist has me curious now. I'll have to see if I can get my hands on it. Happy reading! Here's ours: BiblioJunkies ~ Bel

    1. That's awesome! I hope to make it through all of his books too! I hope yo love the movie and An Abundance of Katherines. Aw thank you, I hope you love it!
      Thanks! :)