Stacking the Shelves

Just two books bought so far this week — I couldn’t resist it, since it’s N.K. Jemisin and set in her The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms world. And there’s Terry Pratchett’s essay on death, which supports assisted dying, a subject I’m very interested in, even if it’s a little morbid sat here in my STS post!

Cover of Shades in Shadow by N.K. Jemisin Cover of Shaking Hands with Death by Terry Pratchett

I’m excited for The Fifth Season, too. I’ve got a preorder, so hopefully I’ll get that one as soon as it’s out.


Cover of The Dark Blood of Poppies by Freda Warrington Cover of Of Bone and Thunder by Chris Evans Cover of Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore

Hurrah, so glad The Dark Blood of Poppies came in for me at the library before I had to leave for my holiday. Relief! Now I can get on with that.

18 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves

  1. Terry Pratchett’s final farewell on Twitter had me all choked up when I read it. It was the perfect send off though, having Death walk into the sunset with him, so to speak. I think assisted dying is a subject that needs to be talked about a lot more in order to find the right way forward. Enjoy your reading!

  2. I got myself a copy of Of Bone and Thunder last month too. And I hope to read N.K. Jemisin’s Shades in Shadow once I’ve actually read her Inheritance trilogy, but I did read The Fifth Season and it was amazing.

    • I had it as an ARC long ago, so this is another one of those guilt loans, heh. Must get round to it soon. I do recommend waiting until you’ve read the trilogy for Shades in Shadow; I almost wish I’d reread them recently myself.

  3. Excellent haul of books this week. I hope you love all of your new books this week.

    Grace @ Books of Love

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