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7 thoughts on “Shelf

  1. TheJaneite says:

    My word you have good taste in books. Austenland, Hush, Hunger Games, Narnia, Beyern books….I like. Have you ever read Eva Ibbotson? If not, and you have any time in your crazy life for pleasure reading, try The Reluctant Heiress (originally published as Magic Flutes) or A Countess Below Stairs (though TRH is best).

  2. Chelly Wood says:

    I’m also a fan of Shannon Hale. She’s fantastic!

    Have you read Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell? How about Sarah Dessen (Lock and Key)? Isaac Marion (Warm Bodies)?

    • samchaffin says:

      She IS fantastic! And no, I haven’t read any of those, but Eleanor and Park is at the top of my summer reading list!! I’ve heard great things about it. So excited to read it! Thanks for the recommendations!

  3. Jennifer N. says:

    OH MY GOSSSSHHHHH I’M FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW!!! (and right now it’s 9:35 before my first day back to school) but I’m a The Books of Bayern and The Archived are my favorite books of all time!!! And to find someone who has read them too and loves them (who wouldn’t?) just BLOWS. MY. MIND. I squealed very loudly when I saw the Archived cover, no joke! Love your blog!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

    • samchaffin says:

      Yesss, the Books of Bayern are THE BEST. The Archived is amazing, too. It took me far too long to read it, but when I finally did, it blew my mind. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Jennifer N. says:

    I saw your 2015 TBR and I’m SOOO happy to see The Winner’s Curse on it!! One of my favorite reads this year, plus the covers are just so beautiful!!! Hope you can read it soon!

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