Stacking The Shelves is a weekly (or in my case monthly) meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and it’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. 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!
Woops, it’s been like two months since I’ve done a Stacking the Shelves post so I’ve got just a few books to share with you guys! Also, it’s distinctly possible that I might forget a book since it’s been so long and I’ve been uncharacteristically unorganized.
Received for Review:
A Brightness Long Ago by Guy Gavriel Kay
A new GGK book is always good news in the fantasy world and this one was excellent. You can check out my review HERE.
The Wolf’s Call by Anthony Ryan
Anythony Ryan is returning to the world of Vaelin al Sorna and there are no complaints from me! I do hope Vaelin stays the main focus in this series. Many thanks to Orbit for the ARC!
Howling Dark by Christopher Ruocchio
The first book in this series really awed me last year and I’m looking forward to checking out this one as well. It’s quite the tome. Thanks to DAW for the ARC.
The Girl in Red by Christina Henry
This is actually my current read and it’s like Cormac McCarthy decided to rewrite The Road with a fairytale influence. Thanks to Berkley for the finished copy.
Unraveling by Karen Lord
This book had a very intriguing synopsis, but wasn’t quite the book for me. You can check out my review HERE.
Queenslayer by Sebastien de Castell
This series has continual been a joy to read and I’m looking forward to reading this installment soon! Orbit always send such great books.
Fray by Rowenna Miller
I seriously need to climb my way out of this ball pit of unread books and get on to reading this one. I must see if it’s a good as the first and hopefully get some resolution!
The Gameshouse by Claire North
This is a collection of novellas that I’ve been wanting to read for a few years but it kept getting pushed down my TBR. It was really cool though and I’ll have a review up soon!
Now for my latest acquisitions that all arrived in the same box yesterday! Thanks to Ace, DAW, and Berkley for sending these over
Beneath the Twisted Trees by Bradley P. Beaulieu
The finished copy of this is just lovely and I hope it’s as good as all the previous books!
Salvation Day by Kali Wallace
This sounds really fascinating – viruses, mysterious ships, etc. Don’t think I could have gone wrong with this one.
Priest of Lies by Peter McLean
Let me just say, this book was FANTASTIC. I couldn’t wait any longer and read the eARC I had, so the review won’t be long in coming!
Crowfall by Ed McDonald
This may be one of the books I was most excited about getting. This will be the conclusion to the Raven’s Mark trilogy and I expect Ed McDonald to wow me with his writing once again.
My audiobook pace had slowed down for a bit (especially with The Clockmaker’s Daughter) but I’m back on a roll now! I’ve flown through both Skyward and The Wicked King and am currently devouring Sorcery of Thorns. Keep and eye out for reviews in the near future.
I also received my lovely finished copy of Age of Legend yesterday! Michael and Robin are the most efficient and communicative Kickstarter users that I’ve ever seen. The book arrived well packed and in excellent condition and now, since I read the digital copy already, this can join it’s brethren on my shelves.