Stacking the Shelves (473)

Yes, I preordered the audio of The Discord of Gods seriously, seriously early. I mean, really, I only have FIVE months to wait. I have an eARC, so I might start early. BUT this seems to be one of those series that just works better for me in audio. So I’ll probably wait. The other book that really caught my eye is The Ballad of Perilous Graves. I always love a good New Orleans story and this looks like a doozy.

For Review:
All the Queen’s Men (Her Majesty the Queen Investigates #2) by SJ Bennett
The Ballad of Perilous Graves by Alex Jennings
Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji
The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn
The Discord of Gods (Chorus of Dragons #5) by Jenn Lyons
Face by Joma West
The Fossil Hunter by Tea Cooper
Four Aunties and a Wedding (Aunties #2) by Jesse Q. Sutanto
How to Be a Wallflower (Would-Be Wallflowers #1) by Eloisa James
In a New York Minute by Kate Spencer
In the Shadow of Lightning (Glass Immortals #1) by Brian McClellan
The Manhattan Girls by Gill Paul
The Memory Librarian : And Other Stories of Dirty Computer by Janelle Monáe
Switchboard Soldiers by Jennifer Chiaverini

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
The Discord of Gods (Chorus of Dragons #5) by Jenn Lyons (audio)(preorder)

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9 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (473)

  1. I hadn’t realised that Brian McClelland had a new book out. I loved his previous books so need to keep a look out for this new one.

    1. If you love epic fantasy, the Jenn Lyons series is absolutely made of win. They’ve all been just SO GOOD and seem to get better as they go. I can’t wait to see how she wraps it all up! There’s been LOTS of buzz about the Janelle Monae book so I’m really curious to read it. Fascinating that you have a bit of a connection. New York Minute just looks cute, doesn’t it?
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