Saturday, January 15, 2022

Stacking the Shelves #180


Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Reading Reality. It is a chance to showcase all the goodies you've collected throughout the week, whether they're bought on-line or in-store, an ARC or a final copy, borrowed from a friend or the library, physical or digital, etc.

Library Treasures

Happy Reading!


  1. 1517 and Final Girls both look good. And Viking Heart too, of course, because Vikings. :)

    1. You'll like Final Girls. In fact, I think you'd like any Riley Sager. Survive the Night was super good also. I am going to do mini reviews, hopefully today even!

      1517 was a disappointment. I was anticipating more about that specific day, Luther, the Theses. Nope, it was basically about reconciliation between the Lutheran and Catholic Church. Definitely misleading.

  2. Still getting back to 'normal' after the Holidays, so.......... Mall trip... [grin]


    Ariadne by Jennifer Saint


    Wings Over Water - The Story of the World's Greatest Air Race and the Birth of the Spitfire by Jonathan Glancy
    Merlin - The Power Behind the Spitfire, Mosquito and Lancaster by Graham Hoyland
    The Crew - The Story of a Lancaster Bomber Crew by David Price
    The House of Beaufort - The Bastard Line That Captured the Crown by Nathen Amin
    Blood of the Celts - The New Ancestral Story by Jean Manco
    Islands of Abandonment - Life in the Post-Human Landscape by Cal Flyn

    1. Well aren't you just the most rotten boy, dropping all of these on me!

      I already own House of Beaufort, and I was surprised to find Blood of the Celts and Islands of Abandonment in my library catalog, so technically they don't even have to go on my TBR because I wil be reading them soon.

      Crisis averted, you're not so rotten after all ;)

    2. Oh, I've been called WAY worse... [lol] I suspected that most of them wouldn't appeal - having taken place within 100 years. [grin] You should be pretty safe for a while. No excessive trips planned until Feb when I'm planning to visit my fave Indie bookstore in 'town'.

    3. THOSE trips are the best and worst, because I know you will find tons of books and I will want half of them!

  3. more old sci fi that i just happened to run across in the attic files, lol...

  4. I have Riley Sager but I haven't read Final Girls yet. Hope you enjoy it and keep us posted!

    Elza Reads

  5. I grew up Lutheran, so the book about Martin Luther sounds interesting! White Trash is one I've been interested in as well. Enjoy your new books!
    Lisa Loves Literature

    1. I did as well, though I have to admit the book was really disappointing. I thought it would be a short bio and directly relate to the events of that day and the Theses. Instead there was a snippet about Luther and the rest was about ecumenicalism, and reconciliation of the Lutheran and Catholic Church. Definitely not what I was expecting.

      White Trash is one I went back and forth on for ages. I ended up liking it, and the class history becomes so much more obvious when you see it stretch all the way back to the first colonies.

  6. White Trash is one I have been wanting to read. I have heard good things about it and am glad you liked it. The I hope you have a great week and happy reading!

  7. Interesting selection of books, I hope you enjoy them all! Have a great week!


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