Stacking the Shelves #1 || November 2017 Book Haul

Hi everyone!

So my friend Mridula recently did this meme and I decided to get inspired by her (she’s pretty inspiring :D) and do this as well. I also wanted to show the books I got in November and what better way than by doing this?

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga Reviews. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course Ebooks! If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page!

I received some pretty amazing books this month. Like seriously, if i could read them all right now, I would. All of these were either sent to me by publishers or I won them in giveaways.

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  • Thanks to the author and Harper Collins UK for sending me a review copy of The Fourth Monkey by J.D Barker. This book is a thriller and I’ve heard great reviews of it so I’m very excited to read it.
  • I received a review copy of Battling Injustice by Supriya Vani from Harper Collins India. Huge thanks to them for this wonderful book. I’m hoping to finish it soon.
  • I won a copy of the amazing facsimile edition of Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie in a giveaway by Harper Collins India. I have already read this and I really enjoyed it.
  • Thanks to khubaibliphile for sending me a copy of The Greatest Urdu Stories Ever Told, selected and translated by Muhammad Umar Memon. I have heard nothing but praises of this book and I’m really looking forward to reading it.
  • I won Final Girls by Riley Sager and The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien in an Instagram giveaway as well. The first one seems like a good thriller and I can finally begin with the LOTR series now.
  • Huge thanks to Niyogi Books for sending me copies of The Legend of Kuldhara by Malathi Ramachandran– a historical novel set in Rajasthan and A Word Thrice Uttered by Parveen Talha– a collection of stories on life’s realities.
  • Thanks to Pan Macmillan India for sending me Tell Tale by Jeffrey Archer and Fairytale by Danielle Steel. I’ve already read Tell Tale and I’ll be reviewing it soon.
  • I won three books in Goodreads giveaways. Thanks to the authors and publishers for sending them to me. Ramona by Manoj V Jain is the third book by the author. I also own the first two and I’m looking forward to reading all of them. Colourful Notions by Mohit Goyal is about a group of youngsters road-tripping across India. It sounds very interesting and I’m very excited for it. The Search of the Myth by Prithviraj Desai seems like an interesting book with fantasy elements.

 

Are you planning to read any of these books? Which books did you add to your TBR this month? Let me know down below.

 

 

 

 

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