Saturday, March 5, 2022

Stacking the Shelves #183


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.

Prime First Read - March

NetGalley ARCs

Library Treasures

Happy Reading!


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    1. Many were great reads, some were let-downs, but overall a good haul.

  2. This is another interesting set of books you've shared with us. Happy reading!

  3. So many interesting covers! I hope you enjoy all of these. Have a great weekend!

  4. Just a 'few' additions since my last splurge - although I AM cutting down during the rest of March with April being my usual big buy month (birthday!). So... Most of the fiction won't appeal (as per) but I'm afraid that you might like some of the non-fiction.


    Daughters of Night by Laura Shepherd-Robinson
    Alien - Sea of Sorrows by James A Moore
    Katherine Parr - The Sixth Wife by Alison Weir
    The Professionals by Max Hennessy
    Protector by Conn Iggulden
    The Mitford Trial by Jessica Fellowes


    The Debatable Land - The Lost World Between Scotland and England by Graham Robb
    The Wood Age - How Wood Shaped the Whole of Human History by Roland Ennos
    Ancestors - The Prehistory of Britain in Seven Burials by Alice Roberts
    This is Your Brain on Music - Understanding a Human Obsession by Daniel Levitin
    How to Live. What to Do. How Great Novels Help Us Change by Josh Cohen
    Britain After Rome - 400 to 1070 by Robin Fleming
    Madhouse at the End of the Earth - The Belgica's Journey Into the Dark Antarctic Night by Julian Sancton
    Battleship - The Greatest Fighting Ships in History by Richard Hough

    1. My library has the books by Robb and Ennos so I can grab them this weekend, yay.

      The books by Roberts, Levitin, and Fleming are already on my TBR.

      You were SO lucky this week, lol.

    2. Yeah! Dodged *THAT* bullet! They'll be calling me 'Neo' soon... [lol]

  5. I didn't end up taking any of the Prime First Reads this month. You got some great books though! The Reading Behind Bars sounds good. Have a great week!
    Lisa Loves Literature

    1. I wasn't terribly interested in any of them either, but was in a thrillers mode. But now I don't want to read it so it will be a long time before I get to it.

  6. I downloaded "Or Else" as well from Prime. Plus the rest of my Kickstarter purchases came through, so will post about all that tomorrow. Happy reading!


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