Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature brought to you by Tynga’s Reviews. While I don’t plan on doing these every week, with the holidays comes gift cards, and when you are a bookworm, that means you get a lot of gift cards to Barnes & Noble or Amazon. Not that I’m complaining, mind you.
This weekend I added Redshirts by John Scalzi and The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman to my TBR shelf. I follow both of these authors on Twitter and am big fans of both of them there and, while I’ve read a couple of Neil Gaiman’s books, I had never read anything by John Scalzi. Time to fix that. I’ve heard good things about both of these books and can’t wait to read them.
Any new books this week? Let me know in comments!
Categories: Stacking the Shelves
Happy New Year! Neil Gaiman is always a good pick. I’ve only ever read Good Omens which he wrote with Terry Pratchett. I suppose I should change that one of these days. Enjoy your books 🙂 Here’s ours: BiblioJunkies ~ Bel
LOVE Good Omens. Such a good book. I’ve also read The Graveyard Book, which is really good too.
Don’t think I’ve ever read anything from these authors but looks pretty interesting! Hope you enjoy them 🙂
I’ve read ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ and while I enjoyed it, it definitely wasn’t my favorite book by Neil Gaiman. I would recommend ‘Neverwhere’ and ‘Coraline’ more. 😛
It wasn’t my favorite, but I did really like it. I liked American Gods more, but my favorite Neil Gaiman book will always be Good Omens with Terry Pratchett.