Stacking the shelves

Stacking the Shelves (#41): Going overboard!


I may have gone a little overboard on the book buying front this week! I went to a Robin Hobb signing and so picked up her latest book, The Willful Princess & The Piebald Prince, and while I was there I just couldn’t resist this copy of Assassin’s Apprentice. Although I already own the original edition, I’ve been eying this edition up for ages, and I knew in all likelihood I’d cave and buy it eventually – so I figured I might as well buy it while I could get it signed!

I wasn’t actually planning to buy Allegiant this week, but it got to the point where I felt like I couldn’t turn around without seeing spoilers, and so I ended up buying a copy just so I could read the ending spoiler-free. Am I the only person who finds that a bit…well, sad? I would be mortified if I accidentally gave away an ending to someone!

Teardrop and Traitor’s Gate were both impulse buys – Teardrop was £5 in Asda and Traitor’s Gate (though a little battered) was 50p in The Works.  The Dead Wife’s Handbook was a review copy from Real Readers which is so far very very sad!

Sts_41 Bought
Traitor’s Gate
Assassin’s Apprentice
The Willful Princess & The Piebald Prince

For Review
The Dead Wife’s Handbook

What did you buy this week?

1 thought on “Stacking the Shelves (#41): Going overboard!

  1. I also bought Allegiant and got teardrop from Netgalely, hoping to start on them both very soon. Also I had always assumed Robin Hobb was male, so a random bit of info I now know thank you 🙂

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