Stacking the Shelves: October 10, 2015
Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature all about sharing your good luck in book acquisitions! So here’s what came my way since my last post!
It’s been another couple of great weeks for book additions!
Received for Review
Without Light or Guide by Teresa Frohock – I really enjoyed the first in this series, and am really looking forward to the next one! If you have not read Frohock’s work before, she write great dark fantasy stories, that are exciting, and very much to the point. Honestly, I don’t know how she makes them feel so fully fleshed out with such short page counts. My thanks to Harper Voyager for the eARC.
The Drowning Eyes by Emily Foster (eARC novella) – A surprise arrival from Tor.com. Dragon ships? Pirates?? Um, yes. I am so in. Thanks to Tor.com Publishing for sending this my way.
Patchwerk by David Tallerman (eARC novella) – This was another surprise arrival form Tor.com. I have heard good things about Tallerman’s The Giant Thief, but have yet to make the time to read him. This sounds different with airships, and a thriller style plot, I am hoping to make time to check it out. Thanks again to Tor.com Publishing.
When I signed up for the Rebel Yell!, Rebellion’s new bi-weekly newsletter, I got free copies of these three ebooks! Because, you know, I need more books! I don’t know how long it lasts, but if you’re interested, here’s the sign up.
And, I finally was able to get my Free copy of Locke & Key audiobook! I am really curious to see how well the visual graphic novels translate to an audiobook. Definitely not a series I mind revisiting! For those interested, it is free until November 4th!
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin – I have been wanting to read the Dunk and Egg stories for years, but I am pretty bad about reading Anthologies. So, the thought of hunting down each of the anthologies these stories were in was a bit of a deterrent. Well, how handy to bundle them together! Really look forward to checking them out. And while the price of the eBook was rather steep, it thankfully easily swayed me to pay a couple dollars more for the physical book which has lots of great art through out it. This example is just one from the first few pages.