Stacking the Shelves (343)

Stacking the Shelves

I am incredibly pleased to have A Conspiracy of Wolves in this week’s stacks. When I finished the previous book in this series, A Vigil of Spies, it very much felt like the end of the series. And I was sad to see the end of Owen Archer’s story. But now he’s back, and I’m really looking forward to picking this one up!

For Review:
Big Sky (Jackson Brodie #5) by Kate Atkinson
The Bird Boys (Delpha Wade and Tom Phelan #2) by Lisa Sandlin
The Chain by Adrian McKinty
A Conspiracy of Wolves (Owen Archer #11) by Candace Robb
Costalegre by Courtney Maum
The Cruel Stars by John Birmingham
The Daughters of Temperance Hobbs by Katherine Howe
Heaven, My Home (Highway 59 #2) by Attica Locke
How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse (Thorne Chronicles #1) by K. Eason
Merlin Redux (Enchanter General #3) by Dave Duncan
Soul of the Sword (Shadow of the Fox #2) by Julie Kagawa
The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center
Tinfoil Butterfly by Rachel Eve Moulton
Vanishing in the Haight (Colleen Hayes #1) by Max Tomlinson
Whispers of Shadow & Flame (Earthsinger #2) by L. Penelope
Your House Will Pay by Steph Cha

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Lent by Jo Walton
Restoration Heights by Wil Medearis
Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal
Watching You by Lisa Jewell
You Know You Want This by Kristen Roupenian

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4 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (343)

  1. I love these Stacking the Shelves posts as a way to discover books I might not come across on my own, but this one was a bit painful. Almost every (DRM’d) ebook ran well over the $10 mark, one even +$16! On very rare occasions, I’ll fork out money for the latest in a favorite, long-running series that I just can’t wait a year for until the price drops, but never on a new-to-me author/series. I’ve even ditched series in the middle when they started hiking prices up in the middle like this. There are too many excellent, reasonably-priced ebooks out there for me to pay those prices for something I don’t actually fully own the rights to. Yeah, maybe I don’t understand the economic pressures publishing houses are under (yada yada), but it just looks like rampant greed to me. And, in my case, it backfires.

    (Saturday morning rant over. Back to regularly scheduled programming.)

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