Stacking the Shelves (451)

For those in the U.S., happy Independence Day weekend! It’s even a three-day weekend this year as the actual holiday falls on Sunday so it’s “officially” celebrated on Monday. At the moment, I’m in the middle of reading four completely different epic fantasies, and I kind of need to finish one over the weekend. Murphy’s Law means that the one I most want to finish is the one I’m listening to rather than reading – and it’s a MUCH better listening experience so I’ll have to read something else to myself. That’s just the way the cookie crumbles.

Whatever you decide to do for the long weekend – if you have it – I hope it’s fun!

For Review:
All the Tommys in the World by Javier Gombinsky
April in Spain (Quirke #8) by John Banville
The Basel Killings (Inspector Hunkeler #1) by Hansjörg Schneider
The Brides of Maracoor (Another Day #1) by Gregory Maguire
Bright Familiar (Bonds of Magic #2) by Jeffe Kennedy
The Duke Who Loved Me (Duke’s Estates #1) by Jane Ashford
Emily’s House by Amy Belding Brown
For the Love of April French by Penny Aimes
Girl In Ice by Erica Ferencik
Isn’t It Bromantic? (Bromance Book Club #4) by Lyssa Kay Adams
The Knight’s Tale (Geoffrey Chaucer #1) by M.J. Trow
A Marvellous Light (Last Binding #1) by Freya Marske
The Memoirs of Stockholm Sven by Nathaniel Ian Miller
My Mistress’ Eyes are Raven Black by Terry Roberts
The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish
Papa Lucy & the Boneman by Jason Fischer
The Pariah (Covenant of Steel #1) by Anthony Ryan
Shadows of Eternity by Gregory Benford
Shallow Waters by Anita Kopacz
The Show Girl by Nicola Harrison
We Are the Brennans by Tracey Lange
When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson edited by Ellen Datlow

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13 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (451)

  1. So much bookish goodness ahead of you! Emily House is on my wish list. And Isn’t It Bromantic–I really need to get around to starting that series. It’s been awhile since I read anything by Gregory Maguire, His new book sounds really good. I hope you enjoy all of these when you read them! Have a great week and month of July!
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