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Stephanie, Helen, and Tynga @ Tynga's Reviews!
As the title implies, this is all about
sharing the books you're adding
to your shelves, be they physical or virtual.
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This week's haul!!
I've been wanting to get this series,
and now I have!
Angels are so fascinating to read about...
The plots of these novels are all
so very intriguing, and
those covers just appeal to
the bibliophile in me!!
So I knew it was just a matter of time
before I got all three of these.
Now I need the fourth book,
Endless, which will be out in October!!
(The Violet Eden Chapters #1)
Hardcover, 369 pages
(The Violet Eden Chapters #2)
Hardcover, 438 pages
(The Violet Eden Chapters #3)
Hardcover, 464 pages
I had never heard of this book before,
but the cover sure caught my eye!
It tells the story of a girl
who discovers she's descended from
women accused of witchcraft
in Salem, Massachusetts, in the 17th century.
I found it in the same Barnes & Noble
store where I found the Shirvington books.
(Just look at all the blue!!!)
Trade Paperback, 272 pages
My favorite novel of all time is
the romantic classic,
Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte!
Although I don't like Emily's
novel, Wuthering Heights, at all,
I am completely fascinated
by the Bronte family,
and especially these two sisters!
So I was really happy
when I discovered this book,
which I ordered on Amazon right away!
Charlotte and Emily: A Novel
of the Brontes
Trade Paperback, 373 pages
The Harry Potter series is another
of my great favorites!
I love everything about these books --
the magical world, the characters,
Harry Potter himself...
I fully intend to read these books again!
This nonfiction analysis of
the themes and influences on the
HP novels seems to be nearly
as fascinating in itself!!
The Sorcerer's Companion:
A Guide to the Magical World of Harry Potter
Allan & Elizabeth Kronzek
Trade Paperback, 384 pages
I came across this rather enigmatic novel
while browsing on Goodreads,
and was immediately intrigued
According to Goodreads,
this novel is "...a magical and moving story
of secrets and self-transformation,
ruses and rebirths, masterfully told
by a celebrated and accomplished author."
The Edge of the Earth
Hardcover, 288 pages
What do you think of my haul?
What fascinating books did you
stack on your shelves