Stacking the Shelves (10): Comic Con Edition Part 1 - Random House & Little, Brown

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For some reason it didn't feel like I walked away from San Diego Comic Con this year with as many books as I did last year. Then we got back to the hotel and attempted to pack all our loot. That's when I discovered that my bags had been a bit fuller than I expected. So as with last year, I'm splitting this year's Comic Con treasures into two StS.

This year Random House and its subsidiaries were very kind to me and I walked away with tons of books from them. To the right you'll see the stack of science fiction and fantasy titles I brought home.

A Storm of Swords by George RR Martin (from the Game of Thrones television panel)

Wicked Bronze Ambition by Glen Cook

The Darwin Elevator by Jason M Hough

The Alchemyst: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel by Michael Scott

The Enchanter Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

The Eye of Minds by James Dashner (signed)

Tandem by Anna Jarzab

Ghostman by Roger Hobbs

Task Force by Brian Falkner

Mortal Lock by Andrew Vachss

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Night Film by Marisha Pessl

Chasing Shadows by Swati Avasthi


And then there were the kind people at Little, Brown & Orbit, who gave me several books that I'm incredibly excited about.

The 100 by Kass Morgan (saw the pilot of this one as well, review forthcoming)

Curtsies & Conspiracies by Gail Carriger (the wonderful ladies at the booth took pity on me when my brain shut down after five days of little food and even less sleep and gave me a copy even though I couldn't finish their quiz, so thank you to them)

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black

Leviathan Wakes by James SA Corey (signed by the authors)


And that's about half the stash, though it doesn't include my absolute prize prossession. That will be for next week. What books are you most excited about reading? Which one should I start with next?