Stacking the Shelves

Posted May 17, 2014 by Nicky in General / 28 Comments

Time for the Stacking the Shelves meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. Busy week! These actually came in an assortment of omnibuses, but seeing the individual books with their old covers seems more fun to me.

Cover of Taltos by Steven Brust Cover of Phoenix by Steven Brust Cover of Athyra by Steven Brust Cover of Orca by Steven Brust Cover of Dragon by Steven Brust Cover of Issola by Steven Brust Cover of Dzur by Steven Brust Cover of Jhegaala by Steven Brust

Also received my print ARC of Carrie Patel’s The Buried Life! <3

Oh, and some comics…

Cover of Marvel's Captain Marvel, issue three

Oh, and one final review copy…

Cover of Pretty Deadly by Kelly Sue DeConnick

I’m not a big fan of Emma Rios’ style, but I do enjoy Kelly Sue DeConnick’s work, so I’m excited. And yes, this post is pretty much the Steven Brust and Kelly Sue DeConnick show.

What’s everyone else been up to?

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28 responses to “Stacking the Shelves

  1. I need to make more effort in my reading. I bought 15 books this week in paperback and only read three chapters of one book! That is pretty poor. Enjoy your books!

  2. The cover of pretty deadly is gorgeous. I’ve not read any of these books before – never actually heard of most of them… but they look interesting. Hope you enjoy reading your way though them! 🙂

  3. I’ve never read Steven Brust. I’m assuming from this pile of yours that it’s worth checking it out? I’m looking forward to seeing what you think of Pretty Deadly. If the inside is as pretty as the outside, I’m definitely interested. Thanks for stopping by Tynga’s Reviews!

    • I’ve read the first book and two chapters of the second, and I’d say yes! Jo Walton enthusiastically recommends them, too. Her posts on are worth reading if you’re interested in Brust.

  4. I’m a big fan of comics & graphic novels, so Pretty Deadly grabbed my attention. I hope you enjoy all your new books & thanks for visiting my post!

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