Stacking the Shelves (7): Mountains of Books Towering to Dangerous Levels

This weekly linkup is hosted by Tynga's Reviews. Visit her site to see what everyone else has gotten their hands on recently. I've also cross posted this through The Story Siren's In My Mailbox.

It has been months since I last did a Stacking the Shleves post and if I put all the books that have crossed the threshold into my house and my Kindle since then, this would be the longest post that has ever appeared on Working for the Mandroid so far. Instead, here are the books that have shown up in the last few weeks.

For Review:

Level 2 - Lenore Appelhans

Dualed - Elsie Chapman (see my review tomorrow)

Revolution 19 - Gregg Rosenblum

Untimed - Andy Gavin

The Aylesford Skull - James P Blaylock

Thanks so much to the Debut Author Blog Tour, Around the World ARC tour, Harper Teen, Andy Gavin and Titan Books.

You can find my review of Revolution 19 here and look for my review of Dualed tomorrow and Level 2 on Thursday.



Thanks to Amanda at Short and Sweet Reviews, I got a giant bag of books earlier this week that surprised me even though she'd emailed me about it! Since I don't read a lot of YA contemporary, some of these will find their way into my giveaway box, but I'm really excited about Why We Broke Up.

Purity - Jackson Pearce

From Willa, With Love - Coleen Murtagh Paratore

Wherever You Go - Heather Davis

Hummingbird Heart - Robin Stevenson

Why We Broke Up - Daniel Handler & Maira Kalman



I went a little mad with an Amazon order at the first of the year and last week I had a lovely box show up at my doorstep that made me giddy.

Dearly, Departed - Lia Habel

A Million Suns - Beth Revis

Masque of the Red Death - Bethany Griffin

Glow - Amy Kathleen Ryan

Cinder - Marissa Meyer

Goliath - Scott Westerfeld

The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook - Deb Perelman (my favorite food blog ever)


And that's why my kitchen counter, coffee table and bedside table are overflowing with stacks of books right now. Next week will be the e-books that have appeared on my Kindle so far this year.

What books have you gotten so far in 2013? Are there other people in your house who glare at you every time a new box shows up in the mailbox? Are the towers of books towering so high that they border on dangerous?

Yeah, me too.