Stacking the Shelves (603)

What have we here? A stack of brand-new books – and not an overly tall stack at that. YAY!

There are more pretty covers than not this time around – although there are a couple of boring ones to balance them out. (We’ll just not say which ones they are so as not to embarrass them.) The prettiest covers, IMHO, are All the Water in the World and Saving Susy Sweetchild. Bonded in Death is an interesting cover, mostly because it looks like that long-running series has decided to change cover designs for this 60th entry in the series.

The book I’m most curious about is The Last Dangerous Visions, because that book has been in the works since the mid-1970s (!) The original editor, Harlan Ellison, died in 2018, many of the authors whose stories were supposed to have appeared have also died, and many of the stories intended for the book have been published elsewhere in the long interim. I’m curious as hell to see what finally made it into the book!

For Review:
All the Water in the World by Eiren Caffall
Bonded in Death (In Death #60) by J.D. Robb
A Change of Place (Night’s Edge #3) by Julie E. Czerneda
For Such a Time as This by Elliot Cosgrove
The Last Dangerous Visions edited by Harlan Ellison and J. Michael Straczynski
A Monsoon Rising (Hurricane Wars #2) by Thea Guanzon
The Queens of Crime by Marie Benedict
Reading Genesis by Marilynne Robinson
Saving Susy Sweetchild (Silver Screen Historical Mysteries #3) by Barbara Hambly
Splinter Effect (Splinter Effect #1) by Andrew Ludington
Two Wheels to Freedom by Arthur J. Magida

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
Books and Broadswords, Volume One by Jessie Mihalik

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7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (603)

  1. All the Water in the World and Reading Genesis caught my eye! Ive added them to my TBR list. Have a great week!

  2. A new Eve Dallas book is always something to look forward to. I also really want to read Monsoon Rising too as I enjoyed The Hurricane Wars.

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