Stacking the Shelves (543)

My annual Blogo-Birthday Celebration has come to an end for another year. But the giveaways are all still active so please check out all the posts and possibilities!

And we have books! More books! Always books! (I also have a cat’s tail in my face.)

The most interesting title in this week’s batch is Better Living Through Birding. Two of my dear friends are avid birders, so my curiosity bump definitely itches over that one. A couple of other titles I’m really curious are the whole Time Traveler Professor series because they are Sherlock Holmes pastiches featuring Arthur Conan Doyle as one of the protagonists and Tsalmoth by Steven Brust as once upon a time I LOVED his Vlad Taltos series but haven’t been back in lo these many years.

The pretty cover award in this week’s batch goes to The Circumference of the World. I can’t wait to see if the book is as good as its cover!

For Review:
Better Living Through Birding by Christian Cooper
Beyond the Reach of Earth (Lightspeed Trilogy #2) by Ken MacLeod
The Circumference of the World by Lavie Tidhar
Eastbound by Maylis De Kerangal
The Ghost Forest by Greg King
The Jinn-Bot of Shantiport by Samit Basu
Knowing What We Know by Simon Winchester
The Pomegranate Gate (Mirror Realm Cycle #1) by Ariel Kaplan
Prophet by Sin Blaché and Helen Macdonald
Same Bed Different Dreams by Ed Park
Tom Lake by Ann Patchett
Treacle Walker by Alan Garner
Tsalmoth (Vlad Taltos #16) by Steven Brust
A War in Too Many Worlds (Time Traveler Professor #3) by Elizabeth Crowens
Wednesday’s Child by Yiyun Li

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
The Iron Princess by Barbara Hambly
A Pocketful of Lodestones (Time Traveler Professor #2) by Elizabeth Crowens
Silent Meridian (Time Traveler Professor #1) by Elizabeth Crowens

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7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (543)

  1. What another great haul! I’m really looking forward to Ann Patchett’s book! Have a wonderful Easter weekend Marlene!

  2. Lol! I can relate to the cat tail in the face situation. 😀 Those first two sound like books I might be interested in. Although I’m not sure I’d consider myself a birder, I do love birds and photographing them. I also love Sherlock Holmes. Have a great week! 🙂
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