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Happy Saturday guys!! Can you believe that it’s been more than a month since I did my last Stacking the Shelves post? You may ask why but probably you know the reason (if you follow my blog continuously). If not then, well, I was in the middle of packing and moving to a new city and new job. probably let’s save that talk for my monthly wrap-up post 😀
So obviously, there were quite a number of books that I got in this whole month gap. But yes, I purchased less book and also I had to ask many publishers to not sending me books during that period. Thus expect a smaller count today 😛
Just 3. Are you surprised? 😀 I saw the Elephant Chaser’s Daughter by Shilpa Raj on Instagram with very good reviews and I decided to read it. While travelling a weekend, I saw this on Airport and instantly bought it. Since I am developing my interest in nonfiction slowly, I am excited to read this.
Aleph Books is a publisher who is recently gained my attention and is slowly becoming my favourite because of their unique title selection. You can see two of their titles right here which I purchased from different airports too (yes this past month, I have travelled a lot 🙁 ). The Greatest Urdu Stories Ever Told by Muhammad Umar Memon is a collection of Urdu stories, as the name suggests. I haven’t read any Urdu stories before so I am hoping this to be a good read. The parrots of Desire by Amrita Narayanan is a kind of nonfiction where it evaluates the 300 years of Indian erotica. Well, I like reading erotica every now and then, so reading about their history in Indian literature should be interesting, right?
These are the books that I got from NetGalley within past month. Some of these I requested a long time before. The ARC which I am most interested in is Furyborn. It seems to be an interesting read, right?
I have linked all these covers to Goodreads so that you can check them.
So that’s it for me guys for this week.
Is there any book in this list that you have read?
Is any of these books on your TBR? What have you added to your TBR?
Leave me a link to your Stack, and I’ll check it out 🙂 I’ll be back soon with another Stacking the Shelves post.