Stacking the Shelves (12): The One With All the Library Books

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You know that saying: "While the cat's away, the mice will go to the library and get more books than they possibly could read before the cat comes back."

That's how it goes, right?

I've been on a comic book kick, but made the mistake of wandering the library when I went by to pick up my comics. Here are the books that have recently landed in my house.

Borrowed from the library:

Batman Vol 1: Night of the Owls by Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo

Batman & Robin Vol 2: Batman vs Robin by Grant Morrison

Green Lantern Vol 2: The Revenge of Black Hand by Geoff Johns

Batwoman Vol 2: To Drown the World by JH Williams III

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller

Batman & Robin Vol 1: Batman Reborn by Grant Morrison

Nightwing Vol 1: Traps & Trapezes by Kyle Higgins & Eddy Barrow

Wonder Woman Vol 1: Blood by Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang (My Review)

Wonder Woman Vol 2: Guts by Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang (My Review)

Justice League Vol 2: The Villian's Journey by Geoff Johns

Teen Titans Vol 1: It's Our Right to Fight by Scott Lobdell 

Batman & Robin Vol 3: Batman & Robin Must Die! by Grant Morrison

Batman & Robin Vol 4: Dark Knight, White Knight by Grant Morrison

Arkham Asylum by Grant Morrison & Dave McKean

Sever by Lauren DeStefano

Everbound by Brodi Ashton

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

The Girl of Fire & Thorns by Rae Carson

The Crown of Embers by Rae Carson

Asunder by Jodi Meadows


Didn't I say that I got a few too many books at the library?


From Publishers for Review:

The Circle of Thirteen by William Petrocelli

The Brokenhearted by Amelia Kahaney

The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson

The Grim Company by Luke Scull 

Thank you to HarperTeen, Turner Publishing, Greenwillo and Roc for sending me some great reads.



I was a supporter of the To Be or Not To Be Kickstarter a few months back and the giant Choose Your Own Adventure version of Hamlet landed on my doorstep a few weeks back. It came with a short story called Poor Yorrick and it was all adapted by Ryan North. It's pretty hilarious.


And those are the books that came my way the last few weeks. I have absolutely no idea how I am going to read all of my bounty, but I'm going to have fun trying!