Stacking the Shelves over at Tynga’s Reviews is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, whether it be physically or virtually. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

This week, the good people over at at Tor cast a little sunshine in a thoroughly gloomy week for me (work mayhem, home sickness) by sending me several books.  Nothing says you care more than a book after all!

a song for no man's landA Song for No Man’s Land by Andy Remic

Genre: Historical with Fantasy Elements

Series: A Song for No Man’s Land #1A Song for No Man’s Land #1

Publisher: Tor (February 9, 2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter

Length: 208 pages

He signed up to fight with visions of honour and glory, of fighting for king and country, of making his family proud at long last.

But on a battlefield during the Great War, Robert Jones is shot, and wonders how it all went so very wrong, and how things could possibly get any worse.

He’ll soon find out. When the attacking enemy starts to shapeshift into a nightmarish demonic force, Jones finds himself fighting an impossible war against an enemy that shouldn’t exist.

Purchase the novel at Amazon.


ridersRiders by Veronica Rossi

Genre: Urban Fantasy – Teen

Series: Riders #1

Publisher: Tor (February 16,2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter

Length: 384 pages

For eighteen-year-old Gideon Blake, nothing but death can keep him from achieving his goal of becoming a U.S. Army Ranger. As it turns out, it does.

Recovering from the accident that most definitely killed him, Gideon finds himself with strange new powers and a bizarre cuff he can’t remove. His death has brought to life his real destiny. He has become War, one of the legendary four horsemen of the apocalypse.

Over the coming weeks, he and the other horsemen–Conquest, Famine, and Death–are brought together by a beautiful but frustratingly secretive girl to help save humanity from an ancient evil on the emergence.

They fail.

Now–bound, bloodied, and drugged–Gideon is interrogated by the authorities about his role in a battle that has become an international incident. If he stands any chance of saving his friends and the girl he’s fallen for–not to mention all of humankind–he needs to convince the skeptical government officials the world is in imminent danger.

But will anyone believe him?

Purchase the book at Amazon.


alcatraz v evil librariansAlcatraz vs The Evil Librarians by Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Fantasy – Teen

Series: Alcatraz #1Alcatraz #1

Publisher: Tor (February 16, 2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter

Length: 320 pages

On his thirteenth birthday, foster child Alcatraz Smedry gets a bag of sand in the mail-his only inheritance from his father and mother. He soon learns that this is no ordinary bag of sand. It is quickly stolen by the cult of evil Librarians who are taking over the world by spreading misinformation and suppressing truth. Alcatraz must stop them, using the only weapon he has: an incredible talent for breaking things.

scrivener's bones

Series: Alcatraz #2

Publisher: Tor (February 16, 2016)

Length: 368 pages

In this second Alcatraz adventure, Alcatraz finds himself on a mission to meet Grandpa Smedry when he gets swept up by a flying glass dragon filled with his unusual and mouthy Smedry cohorts.

Their mission? A dangerous, library-filled one, of course!

They are on their way to the ancient and mysterious Library of Alexandria (which some silly people think was long ago destroyed!) where they must find Grandpa Smedry, look for clues leading to Alcatraz’s potentially undead dead father, and battle the creepy, dangerous soul-sucking curators who await them.

Purchase the books at Amazon.

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4 Responses to STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 15

  1. A Song for No Man’s Land sounds interesting, but I’m holding out for Twilight of the Dragons . . . in August (sigh).


  2. I got the Alcatraz books for review a well. Really looking forward to reading it, I think it’s the only one of Sanderson’s series that I’ve never tried.

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  3. “A Song for No-man’s Land” really caught my attention: it looks like the kind of story I might enjoy.
    Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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