Saturday, June 8, 2024

Stacking the Shelves #291

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

UUUGGGGHHHH I am an idiot and somehow managed to over-write this post with the one for this coming Saturday. I have no idea how I even did it. But there were a lot of books here and most of them have been good. There were books from the library, NetGalley, a publisher, and Prime Reads. Boo/hiss for me being a dummy.

Happy Reading


  1. Looks like a good mix of books. I hope that you enjoy them when you get to them. Henry VIII and the Tudors are fascinating. I enjoyed doing them at school many years ago!

    Have a great weekend!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog
    My post:

    1. When I restrated my reading journey, it was all Tudors, all the time. I have branched out since then, but it is always good to come back to where this all began with the Tudors.

  2. A BUMPER crop for me this week. But don't worry, most of them are SF and the only non-fiction is about spies in WW1. My local charity shop had a whole stack of Warhammer 40K books - some of which aren't in print any more - so I just couldn't resist.


    Spynest - British and German Espionage From Neutral Holland 1914-1918 by Edwin Ruis


    Desert Raiders by Lucien Soulban
    Rebel Winter by Steve Parker
    Ravenor Returned by Dan Abnett
    Relentless by Richard Williams
    Gunheads by Steve Parker
    The Traitor's Hand by Sandy Mitchell
    Death or Glory by Sandy Mitchell
    Duty Calls by Sandy Mitchell
    Cain's Last Stand by Sandy Mitchell
    Fifteen Hours by Mitchell Scanlon
    Brothers of the Snake by Dan Abnett

    It was only when I went back to pick up my 2nd batch (I was out shopping for other things so only picked up 4 the first time) that I realised the *only* one missing from my first viewing was a hardback that Amazon was charging over £300 for. The charity shop wanted £2... Someone out there definitely KNOWS their book bargains. Well played sir, well played.... [lol]

    1. I LOVE when you post lists of books I am not interested in! lol. Alas, I know it will not last...

    2. Indeed. Mall trip today... I *almost* picked up 'Eve' but another book muscled in & I chose that one instead...... Plus a *few* others - naturally...... [grin]

    3. Eve was so good, I think you will like it. Hopefully all you found today was SF and Military stuff!

  3. I see numerous books I would love to add to my reading list.
    sherry @ fundinmental


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