STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 16

sTACKING THE sHELVES

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 I’ve had some good luck with my e-book requests as well as receiving a review copy in the mail!

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in the shadow of the gods

In the Shadow of the Gods by Rachel Dunne

Genre: Fantasy

Series: Bound Gods #1

Publisher: Harper Voyager (June 21, 2016)

Author Information: Twitter | Website

Length: 400 pages

Eons ago, a pair of gods known as the “Twins” grew powerful in the world of Fiatera, until the Divine Mother and Almighty Father exiled them, binding them deep in the earth. But the price of keeping the fire-lands safe is steep. To prevent these young gods from rising again, all twins in the land must be killed at birth, a safeguard that has worked, until now.

Trapped for centuries, the Twins are gathering their latent powers to break free and destroy the Parents for their tyranny—a fight between two generations of gods for control of the world and the mortals who dwell in it.

When the gods make war, only one side can be victorious. Joros, a mysterious and cunning priest, has devised a dangerous plan to win. Over eight years, he gathers a team of disparate fighters—Scal, a lost and damaged swordsman from the North; Vatri, a scarred priestess who claims to see the future in her fires; Anddyr, a drug-addled mage wandering between sanity and madness; and Rora and Aro, a pair of twins who have secretly survived beyond the reach of the law.

These warriors must learn to stand together against the unfathomable power of vengeful gods, to stop them from tearing down the sun . . . and plunging their world into darkness.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

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a whisper of southern lights

A Whisper of Southern Lights by Tim Lebbon

Genre: Dark Fantasy

Series: Assassin #3

Publisher: Tor (May 10, 2016)

Author Information: Twitter | Website 

Length: 96 pages

Death and destruction follow the demon wherever he treads, and Gabriel is rarely far behind, waiting for his chance to extinguish the creature known as Temple once and for all.

But in Singapore during the Second World War, a lone soldier in possession of a shattering secret gets caught up in their battle. The knowledge he holds could change the course of their ancient conflict… and the fate of the world.

A Whisper of Southern Lights is a standalone tale in the Assassins series by Tim Lebbon.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

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character drivenCharacter, Driven by David Lubar

Genre: Young Adult

Series: Stand Alone

Publisher:  Tor (March 1, 2016)

Author Information: Website | Twitter

Length: 304 pages

With only one year left of high school, seventeen-year-old Cliff Sparks is desperate to “come of age”―a.k.a., lose his virginity. But he’s never had much luck with girls. So when he falls for Jillian, a new classmate, at first sight, all he can do is worship her from afar. At the same time, Cliff has to figure out what to do with the rest of his life, since he’s pretty sure his unemployed father plans to kick him out of the house the minute he turns eighteen. Time is running out. Cliff is at the edge, on the verge, dangling―and holding on for dear life.

Purchase the book at Amazon.

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6 Responses to STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 16

  1. Tammy says:

    “Cliff is at the edge…” LOL!

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  2. I sent in a request to get a review copy for In The Shadow Of The Gods, too 🙂

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  3. I received a copy of Character Driven as well – it surprised me because I thought Tor Teen did only fantasy YA. But apparently they also publish some contemporary.

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  4. Ohhh! In The Shadow of The Gods looks more than good! Thank you! 🙂

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