‘Post’ on Sundays (57)

December 8, 2013 Post on Sundays, Stacking the Shelves 16


**’Post’ on Sundays is a weekly/biweekly post here at Forever 17 Books where I can share with you all the goodies I have received, bought or borrowed. This post was inspired by In My Mailbox by The Story Siren.**

I have decided to start linking up with Tynga’s Reviews and the Stacking the Shelves meme!

stacking the shelves


These are my news books from the past two weeks!

book haul 8



  • Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson & Lauren Myracle –  My next book club read!




For Review:

That’s it! Some really great books made their way to me and I’m so excited for them all! Did you get anything new this week?

Sara @ Forever 17 Books

16 Responses to “‘Post’ on Sundays (57)”

  1. Shoshanah

    I’ve been wanting to read Perfect Ruin! Although I do have one book left in the Wither series, so I’m guessing I may want to finally finish that first.
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  2. starryeyedjen

    I bought Let It Snow last year but never got around to reading it, so I’ll be picking it up soon. I need some good holiday feel goods. 🙂 I meant to sign up for Secret Santa, too, but I forgot. D’oh! Hope you enjoy your new reads!
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  3. Nereyda @Mostly YA Book Obsessed

    I haven’t read anything by John Green yet. Big fail, I know! I listened to the audiobook of Just One Day by Gayle Forman last week and was sad that I did not like the story. But, I have If I Stay and Where She Went and I’m looking forward to reading them. My favorite Miranda Kenneally books are Catching Jordan and Racing Savannah. I just found out Sempre one and two are like 500 pages long! I hate reading anything over 400 pages so this will be a challenge for me. I’ll just have to keep motivating myself ‘this is a killer book, you love these Nereyda’ haha. I have those coming up soon since I’m on the blog tour. Enjoy!
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  4. Stephanie

    Let It Snow is one of my favorite books. It exemplifies teenageness at Christmastime with funny, sweet and romantic stories. I wish it was longer.
    I got about a third way through Perfect Ruin and sadly, couldn’t finish. It just didn’t hold my interest. But I am going to try Sempre again. And maybe Clockwork Princess over the school break;)

    I’m jealous that you have a secret Santa!!! I want one too lol!!