Oct 8, 2011

In My Mailbox


IMM is a meme brought to us from The Story Siren. Basically, it's a good way to add books on to your TBR pile, get a head's up on what is coming soon, and to totally brag. Let's get real... ;)

For Review:
Going Underground by Susan Vaught
Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
Embrace by Jessica Shirvington 




Won:
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern


Purchased:
The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan (for release party)


Traded:
Never Have I Ever



Currently Reading:
Ashfall by Mike Mullin


Thank you Houghton Mifflin, Penguin, Sourcebooks, and From the TBR Pile. 

Coming soon:
ATBF11 Giveaway ends 10/12
Review and giveaway of Stick by Andrew Smith
Audio review of The Fox Inheritance by Mary E. Pearson
Winner of A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
Wanna trade books?

Have you seen the cover of Bitterblue?

22 comments:

  1. Ah my GOD Born Wicked I am so beyond jealous! Also, I really, really need to read Rick Riordan's books...I've only read the first Percy Jackson book. Hope you love them all!

    Here's what I received in my mailbox this week :)

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  2. Going Underground looks cool. The kid can't wait for Son of Neptune. Hope you like Ashfall as much as I did.

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  3. Born Wicked sounds amazing, as does Embrace. I hope you enjoy your books :)

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  4. I purchased The Son of Neptune this week too. I read The Night Circus. It was so good.

    Enjoy!
    My IMM

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  5. Great group of books here. I recently got Going Underground, too. Sounds a bit on the emotional side, but definitely my kinda read!

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  6. All of them look awesome but Ashfall is totally on my must read list.

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  7. I got The Night Circus audiobook at the library this week and am really enjoying it so far. Of course, it doesn't hurt that master narrator Jim Dale is providing the voice to the story.

    I am dying to read Born Wicked! Such a gorgeous cover!

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  8. Going Underground looks awesome! Can't wait for your review. I bought The Night Circus, if only I had time to read everything at once!

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  9. I've added Born Wicked to my list. It sounds gooooood!

    Currently reading The Night Circus. I think I'm finally up to the "it's getting good" part. :)

    Enjoy your books!

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  10. Uhh I really want to read The Night Circus, had my hands on a copy but I won't buy it being abroad in Switzerland(way too expensive lol!). Also I really like the Ashfall cover!

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  11. Ooh, Born Wicked and Embrace look so good! Can't wait to see your thoughts on them. Happy reading! :)

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  12. That cover of Born Wicked is so pretty! And I want to read The Night Circus soon! Enjoy, Jen!!

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  13. I'M DYING FOR Born Wicked! It looks gorgeous! And yay for The Night Circus, it sounds epic. Happy reading, Jen!

    Stop by my IMM

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  14. Really, these all look fantastic. Born Wicked and Going Underground in particular. Happy Reading!

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  15. You know what, I hate you. I really really do. I've been wanting half of those books so bad. Seriously, I'm so jealous. I should stop reading people's IMMs, it just makes me turn into the ugly green monster :P LOL, thank you for sharing though~ Amazing haul!

    Demi @ Only Somewhat Queer

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  16. Hope you enjoy The Night Circus. I just finished it and it was so amazing.

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  17. I'm dying to read Born Wicked! It looks so good!
    I also just finished Ashfall. I found it really well written but at times really hard to read! Hope you like it!

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  18. The cover of Born Wicked is amazing. You got some great books.
    Hope you enjoy them all :)

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  19. I want to read Ashfall so much!

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  20. GOING UNDERGROUND! This book is not getting enough attention! It was fabulous. I'm so glad you got it because I have been dying to discuss it with someone! Send me a Twitter shout out when you're done with it. =) @FlashlightReads

    This one needs to be talked about, and it deserves more attention in the bloggy world.

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  21. I'm sure in a few years once people know about Going Underground, they will find a reason to protest it. Just like Laurie Halse Anderson's books... (it's that good)

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