Stacking the Shelves (435)

Stacking the Shelves

This stack is actually just a touch shorter – or maybe that should be less tall – than the last couple. The tide may be ebbing, just a bit. I’m in the middle of listening to Junkyard Bargain right now, and it’s every bit as awesome as the first book, Junkyard Cats. Yes, the cats are still part of the story, in fact, the bargain of the title is one that Shining makes WITH the cats. I love them, but I’m glad that telepathic cats are not an actual thing because ours are already a bit too smart and intuitive for our own good!

For Review:
After Alice Fell by Kim Taylor Blakemore
After Francesco by Brian Malloy
Angel of the Overpass (Ghost Roads #3) by Seanan McGuire
The Album of Dr. Moreau by Daryl Gregory
The Apocalypse Seven by Gene Doucette
Bottle Demon (Eric Carter #6) by Stephen Blackmoore
The Butterfly House (Korner and Werner #2) by Katrine Engberg
China by Edward Rutherfurd
City on the Edge by David Swinson
Dead of Winter (August Snow #3) by Stephen Mack Jones
The Girl with Stars in Her Eyes (Lillys #1) by Xio Axelrod
Hard Reboot by Django Wexler
Heart and Seoul by Jen Frederick
Hemingway’s Cats by Lindsey Hooper
Hold Fast by J.H. Gelernter
Hour of the Witch by Chris Bohjalian
The Hunting Wives by May Cobb
The Invisible Husband of Frick Island by Colleen Oakley
The Mystic’s Accomplice by Mary Miley
The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews
Playing the Palace by Paul Rudnick
The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz
Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake (Winner Bakes All #1) by Alexis Hall
A Special Place for Women by Laura Hankin
The Summer Job by Lizzy Dent
Summer on the Bluffs (Oak Bluffs #1) by Sunny Hostin
Version Zero by David Yoon
We Are Satellites by Sarah Pinsker

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Junkyard Bargain (Shining Smith #2) by Faith Hunter (audio)
Turning the Tied edited by Jonathan Maberry et al

Borrowed from the Library:
Little Cruelties by Liz Nugent