Stacking the Shelves (537)

This time around the covers are mostly more interesting than they are pretty. But they are VERY interesting indeed. The book I’m most looking forward to reading is The Road to Roswell by Connie Willis. Some of her early books are among my all-time favorites, especially Bellwether – which I still reread every now and again. This one is supposed to be a return to her more lighthearted work – like Bellwether as well as To Say Nothing of the Dog, so I have pretty high hopes for it. The proof, as always is in the reading.

For Review:
All the Knowledge in the World by Simon Garfield
Almost Brown by Charlotte Gill
An Amerikan Family by Santi Elijah Holley
Call and Response by Gothataone Moeng
Crook Manifesto (Ray Carney #2) by Colson Whitehead
Days at the Morisaki Bookshop by Satoshi Yagisawa, translated by Eric Ozawa
Disobedient by Elizabeth Fremantle
Flight & Anchor (Firebreak) by Nicole Kornher-Stace
I Meant It Once by Kate Doyle
The Lost Journals of Sacajewea by Debra Magpie Earling
A Most Tolerant Little Town by Rachel Louise Martin
Paper Names by Susie Luo
The Rediscovery of America by Ned Blackhawk
The Road to Roswell by Connie Willis
Thinning Blood by Leah Myers
Tropicália by Harold Rogers
You Are Here by Karin Lin-Greenberg

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