Stacking The Shelves: Week 34

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 trio of review titles this week, courtesy of St. Martin's Press, Tor Books, and Orbit Books!

TRUE RAIDERS is The Lost City of Z meets The Da Vinci Code, from critically acclaimed author Brad Ricca. This book tells the untold true story of Monty Parker, a British rogue nobleman who, after being dared to do so by Ava Astor, the so-called "most beautiful woman in the world," headed a secret 1909 expedition to find the fabled Ark of the Covenant. Like a real-life version of Raiders of the Lost Ark, this incredible story of adventure and mystery has almost been completely forgotten today.
St. Martin's Press
September 21, 2021
368 pages

THE BONE SHARD DAUGHTER is an unmissable debut from Andrea Stewarta major new voice in epic fantasy — a stunning tale of magic, mystery, and revolution in which the former heir to the emperor will fight to reclaim her power and her place on the throne.
Orbit Books
March 30, 2021
496 pages

Featuring boardroom intrigue, masquerade balls, gondola chases, street gangs, and shapeshifting mages, Ryan Van Loan's THE JUSTICE IN REVENGE continues the Fall of the Gods series as Buc and Eld turn from pirates to politics and face the deadliest mystery of their career.
Tor Books
July 13, 2021

New Acquisitions: Paperback Treasures

Just a handful of new purchases this week...

Mad Ship is the second book in The Liveship Traders by Robin Hobb; my first literary encounter with Sarah MacLean, Bomb Shell is the start of her "blazingly sexy, unapologetically feminist" new series, Hell’s Belles; and Knight or Knave is the second book in The Cycle of Oak, Yew, Ash, and Rowan by Andre Norton and Sasha Miller.

New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

A pair of digital downloads this week...

The Calyx Charm is a book I sadly missed out on as a review title because it was part of a series, but by May Peterson assured me that while it does draw on the first book a bit, it totally can be read as a standalone.

I thoroughly enjoyed the short stories I've read of D'Angel's short stories, so I splurged on his pansexual alpha vampire erotic fairytale novel, The Fallen Star.


  1. Looks like you have a lot of good reading coming up!

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  2. I saw someone with an ARC of The Bone Shard Emperor the other day, and I didn't realize the release date was almost here! Hope you enjoy The Bone Shard DaughteršŸ˜

  3. Oooh! All of these books sound interesting! Great picks!

    Here’s my Stacking the Shelves!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  4. All three of those review titles look incredible, and I love that cover for Liveships! Some tasty books for you to enjoy here. :D

  5. I loved The Bone Shard Daughter! ENJOY!!!


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