Stacking the Shelves (514)

As you can all see, the stacks do eventually get smaller. Thank goodness! If these were all or even mostly print books, the house would have caved in long ago!

The covers this week aren’t so much pretty as they are curious – or at least I’m curious about the books inside them. And not that the Valdemar Companion pictured on the cover of Shenanigans isn’t pretty, because it is and they are. But there are some I’m terrible curious about this week. Essex Dogs because it’s historical fiction about the Hundred Years’ War, and after reading 1632 again I’m interested in the period. A Tempest at Sea by Sherry Thomas because the Lady Sherlock series both fascinates me and drives me bananas, sometimes in the same book. And finally, Vampire Weekend by Mike Chen because it looks absolutely fascinating while sounding nothing like the previous book of his that I’ve read, Light Years from Home.

For Review:
Don’t Open the Door (Regan Merritt #2) by Allison Brennan
Essex Dogs by Dan Jones
Hades (Sentinel Security #2) by Anna Hackett
The Poet’s House by Jean Thompson
Riverside by Ian Skillicorn and Glenda Young (audio)
Shenanigans (Valdemar #16) by Mercedes Lackey
Singer Distance by Ethan Chatagnier
A Tempest at Sea (Lady Sherlock #7) by Sherry Thomas
Three Assassins by Kotaro Isaka
Vampire Weekend by Mike Chen
The Whispering Dark by Kelly Andrew
Wings Once Cursed & Bound (Mythwoven #1) by Piper J. Drake

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