Stacking The Shelves: Week 42

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books we are adding to our shelves, whether they be physical or digital. This includes physical books bought, digital books downloaded, and those titles received for review.

Review Titles

A handful of review titles this week, courtesy of William Morrow, Ooligan Press, Titan Books, and Furthest Press!



Mother Nature—red in tooth and claw—is turning against humankind, propelling the entire world into the KINGDOM OF BONES in the 16th Sigma Force novel by James Rollins.
William Morrow
Apr 19, 2022


The desert has taken Badriya's mother, her friends, and even her freedom. Using her magic and alchemy, she desperately tries to save the one thing that the sands have not stolen: her future. Badriya has a debt to pay in COURT OF VENOM by Kristin Burchell.
Ooligan Press
Apr 5, 2022




After a brutal war between the gods, Hessa – High Priestess of the Eangen – has brokered a fragile peace. Through great sacrifice, she has forged an alliance between warring tribes and introduced her people to the true god. But a new threat is growing across the southern border in TEMPLE OF NO GOD by H.M. Long.
Titan Books
Jan 18, 2022


Can a Billion Dollars and a Secret Psychedelic Drug Make Men Stop Raping? PSYCHEDELIAH is a psychological thriller filled with eroticism, despair, and a touch of joy. If you like sex and drugs and the pursuit of justice, you’ll love Kite Jenson’s brilliant madcap adventure.
Furthest Press
Dec 21, 2021

New Acquisitions: Paperback Treasures

One new purchase this week...


ASHES OF THE SUN is the first book of Burningblade & Silvereye by Django Wexler, the story two siblings will fight on opposite sides to save their world. It's one of those books people keep recommending to me, and with the 2nd book now available, it's time to catch up.


New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

A trio of digital downloads this week, all by Alison Osias ...



Shrunk in the Amazon is the story of Vami, called away from the safe path by the curious song of the fae, who becomes hexxed with a magic that reduces her size, leaving her mere inches tall in the untamed rainforest . . . which may be a blessing in disguise.

The Titanium Angel & Starlight Savior are the first 2 books Giana Galactic, the story of an interplanetary scavenger and her mech pilot ally, who while being faced with grand opportunities for a new life in the outer worlds, soon discover how much more they may become to each other.

Comments

  1. I have Temple of No God too, and I'm really curious about Psychedeliah­čśü

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    1. I hesitated and second-guessed myself on Psychedeliah. It's either going to be brilliant or a train wreck, I don't see any middle ground, but it's got me curious. :)

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  2. Oh thanks for reminding me that Temple of No God is on the horizon!

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