Stacking the Shelves (187)

Stacking the Shelves

Epic schedule fail this week, combined with a deluge of stuff that I can’t wait to read. And in a couple of cases, didn’t. As I type this, I’m in the middle of Uncharted, and my review of Grace Draven’s half of For Crown and Kingdom is already up.

Binti came from the Hugo Awards Packet. I am an attending member of this year’s Worldcon (MidAmericaCon 2 in Kansas City in August) so I get the Hugo Voters’ Packet. While this year it’s Puppies all the way down, there are a few gems that I want to read that I haven’t. Binti is one of them. And it is blissfully short. The way my reading schedule keeps falling to bits, that’s an excellent thing. Even better when the book is also expected to be excellent.

For Review:
Always a Cowboy (Carsons of Mustang Creek #2) by Linda Lael Miller
Binti (Binti #1) by Nnedi Okorafor
The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan
For Crown and Kingdom by Grace Draven and Jeffe Kennedy
Judenstaat by Simone Zelitch
Last Days of Night by Graham Moore
Love Wins by Debbie Cenziper and Jim Obergefell
Rise of the Machines by Thomas Rid
Uncharted (Treasure Hunter Security #2) by Anna Hackett

Purchased from Amazon:
Casimir Bridge (Anghazi #1) by Darren Beyer
Star Nomad (Fallen Empire #1) by Lindsay Buroker

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5 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (187)

  1. I just bought Star Nomad yesterday so I’m eager for your verdict (but I can’t imagine Buroker writing a bad book). Binti is on my wish list, and I’ll have to check out some of these others.

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