Stacking the Shelves (518)

This is certainly an interesting bunch of new books! I got lucky with a couple of the Audible Daily Deals, which accounts from some of the audiobooks, but the ones that really intrigue me this week are the “book books”. I’m fascinated by the concept of Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea because it looks like someone is trying to find that same cozy fantasy sweet spot that Legends & Lattes filled so wonderfully and successfully. So this one has my curiosity bump itching to see whether or not this lives even remotely adjacent to that marvelous book. I have hope!

The other book that is piquing extra interest in this stack is Dead Country by Max Gladstone. I loved the first few books in his Craft Sequence, which started with Three Parts Dead, but it eventually succumbed to the deadly “so many books, so little time” problem. Dead Country is supposed to be the first book in a trilogy that will bring the entire series to a close – by going back to the protagonist of that first, utterly marvelous book. It’s also being billed as a good entry point for the series so I’m hoping to jump right back in. We’ll see.

For Review:
The Atlas Paradox (Atlas #2) by Olivia Blake
The Atlas Paradox (Atlas #2) by Olivia Blake (audio)
Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea (Tomes & Tea #1) by Rebecca Thorne
Dead Country (Craft Wars #1) by Max Gladstone
The Girl with the Emerald Flag by Kathleen McGurl
Nothing but the Rain by Naomi Salman
When Life Gives You Vampires (Slaying It #1) by Gloria Duke
When the Angels Left the Old Country by Sacha Lamb (audio)

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
The Atlas Six (Atlas #1) by Olivie Blake (audio)
The Ballad of Perilous Graves by Alex Jennings (audio)
A Lady for a Duke by Alexis Hall (audio)

Borrowed from the Library:
Boldly Go by William Shatner with Joshua Brandon

If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page

Please link your STS post in the linky below:

10 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (518)

  1. Can’t spell treason without tea certainly looks interesting. I like the sound of the Max Gladstone books too which I have never heard of before.
    So many books, so little time remains as true as ever 😃

  2. Great haul once again! Boldly Go is a book that piques my interest. I hope you enjoy each of these books and have a wonderful week ahead.

Comments are closed.