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Stacking the Shelves (21) November 3, 2012

Posted by thehypermonkey in Book talk.
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Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by TyngaReviews.com and is a book haul post to show off everything you purchased or received for review.


The Scourge by A.G. Henley

Robin: Lady of Legend by R.M. Arcejaeger

Iced by Karen Marie Moning

Hide Me Among the Graves by Tim Powers

Demon High by Lori Devoti

Rest for the Wicked by Cate Dean

I got a lot of free books this week and I bought a few, some were on sale, one was a preorder. The Scourge was a freebie and it looks really good. It’s about a blind girl who is treasured by her culture. It’s about how she falls in love with someone she’s not supposed to and about the strange creatures, called The Scourge that her community has to face.

Robin: Lady of Legend is actually a tale about Robin Hood. Only it supposes that Robin Hood is a woman. I was intrigued by this supposition so I immediately downloaded it. Hopefully the writing doesn’t disappoint me.

Iced is the book I preordered. There are Unseelie Fae in it and I love tales about the Fae! Hide Me Among the Graves is a vampire novel set in supernatural Victorian London. That’s another love of mine, Victorian London. I have many loves.

Demon High is about a girl who has a talent for demon calling. She’s forced to use that talent even though it drove her mother into Hell.  Rest for the Wicked is a novella about a witch. She gets involved with a man who she finds out is controlled by someone that is out to get her. There’s a Djinn and a demon in it so it should be fun.

Those are the books I got this week! See you next week for Stacking the Shelves!



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