Thursday, March 3, 2016

Stacking the Shelves: March

Physical Books:

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard, from my Illumicrate box
A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf
The Martian by Andy Weir
The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen
The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell
   For the challenge of First Book You See in a Bookstore for the Pop Sugar Challenge and I am lucky that it is right up my alley!


Queen Song (Red Queen 0.1) by Victoria Aveyard
Steel Scars (Red Queen 0.2) by Victoria Aveyard
    I am reading these two prequel novellas in anticipation for Glass Sword. These two prequels and Glass Sword will count towards my Pop Sugar Challenge as well.
The Light of the Fireflies by Paul Pen
    A haunting and hopeful tale of discovering light in even the darkest of places.
    I got this on Amazon First Reads and it sounds so good! It has an avergae of 4.23/5 Stars right now on Goodreads. Comes out April 1, 2016.


The Last Days of Magic by Mark Tompkins, publication date March 1, 2016 by Viking
    An epic novel of magic and mysticism, Celts and faeries, mad kings and druids, and the goddess struggling to reign over magic’s last outpost on the Earth.
Fever at Dawn by Peter Gardos, translated by Elizabeth Szasz, publication date April 30, 2016 by Anansi International (first published in 2010)
    Based on the original letters written by Mikl√≥s and Lili (ninety-six altogether), Fever at Dawn is a tale of passion, striving, and betrayal; true and false friendships; doubt and faith; and the redeeming power of love. 
The People in the Castle: Selected Strange Stories by Joan Aiken, publication date April 12, 2016 by Small Beer Press
    Here is the whisper in the night, the dog whose loyalty outlasted death, the creak upstairs, that half-remembered ghost story that won't let you sleep, the sound that raises gooseflesh, the wish you'd checked the lock on the door before dark fell. Here are tales of suspense and the supernatural that will chill, amuse, and exhilarate. Features a new introduction by the late author's daughter, Lizza Aiken.


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