Stacking The Shelves #76

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly haul meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality. It is about sharing enthusiasm for the new books added to our shelves – be it physical, ebooks, galleys or borrowed from the library.

Okay a bigger haul this week than intended, but Macmillan had the 2020 galleys out and how could I say no to any of these gems?!

Netgalley

A Sparrow's Roar A Sparrow’s Roar by C R Chua

Due to a prank gone wrong, a knight-in-training has to take the place of her decorated sister and travel to warn the Generals of an incoming invasion.

Scared Little RabbitsScared Little Rabbits by A V Geiger

“When Nora gets accepted into her dream summer program at the prestigious Winthrop Academy, she jumps at the chance to put her coding skills to use. But then a fellow student goes missing—and the tech trail for the crime leads back to Nora. With no one else to trust, Nora must race to uncover the truth and clear her name…or she might be the next to disappear.”

SEQUELS

Off Script

Edelweiss

Yes No Maybe SoYes No Maybe So by Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed

A cross-cultural romance about two teens who are doing political canvassing

Be Not Far From MeBe Not Far From Me by Mindy McGinnis

A survival story about a girl who falls into a ravine in a forest, after getting lost, and is injured and has to find a way back before the infection turns deadly.

Malus Domestica (Burn the Dark, #1)Burn the Dark by S A Hunt

“Supernatural meets Stranger Things in award-winning author S. A. Hunt’s Burn the Dark, first in the Malus Domestica horror action-adventure series about a punk YouTuber on a mission to bring down witches, one vid at a time.”

The Unspoken NameThe Unspoken Name by A K Larkwood

A sapphic adult fantasy “about an orc priestess turned wizard’s assassin”. Like, hell yeah!

Anna K.: A Love StoryAnna K by Jenny Lee

A modern YA retelling of Anna Karenina.

 

The House in the Cerulean Sea by T J Klune

“A breakout contemporary fantasy that’s 1984 meets The Umbrella Academy with a pinch of Douglas Adams thrown in”

Strange ExitStrange Exit by Parker Peevyhouse

Sort of like The 100, the survivors of an apocalyptic event on Earth are on a orbiting spaceship above, only they are all trapped in a simulation that they need to get out of.

The Glass MagicianThe Glass Magician by Caroline Stevermer

Set during New York’s Gilded age, where a stage magician discovers during a failed act that she can do the shape-shifting magic that marks the elite and the rich.

The Seventh SunThe Seventh Sun by Lani Forbes

Based on Aztec and Maya legends, an ascending prince has to choose a bride from 6 girls, all possessing different magic. And the one he wants among them is the one the gods might not accept.

SEQUELS

The Empire of Dreams (Fire and Thorns, #4) The Night Country (The Hazel Wood, #2) Storm from the East (Glass Alliance, #2) Dark Star Calling (The Dark Intercept, #3) Scammed

Shelved on Goodreads

ギヴン 1 [Given 1]Given Vol 1 by Natsuki Kizu

Obviously added because of the anime, and I am excited the English translations are being released by VIZ next year! It has music, angst and is very gay!

We are the Wildcats by Siobhan Vivian

A toxic coach finds himself outplayed by the high school girls on his team in this deeply suspenseful novel, which unspools over twenty-four hours through six diverse perspectives.

The Seventh BrideThe Seventh Bride by T Kingfisher

This one was recommended to me by a friend, who was charmed by a hedgehog animal companion in the story and gushed to me about it. It is a retelling of Bluebeard.


20 new books shelved this week!


What new books have you added to your shelves? Any of these you excited for?

7 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves #76

  1. Wow!! So many great books! I’m really excited about McGinnis’ Be Not Far From Me, she’s one of my auto-buy authors. And Jenny Lee’s retelling of Anna Karenina sounds great, I’ll have to grab a copy of that when it comes out.

  2. Yes No Maybe So sounds so good being a cross cultural romance. Can’t wait to know your thoughts about it. Lowkey jealous of so many amazing titles you’ve recently hauled ❤

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