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In My Mailbox #18

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Paranormalcy by Kiersten White (Hardback)
I adore this book. It is definitely one of my favourite books. EVER. So of course, I had to have the hardback copy :) I bought it from America and everything :) 


Rockaholic by CJ Skuse (Paperback)
Really excited for this one, it looks really fun and interesting :) And apparently it's hilarious, so thanks to Chicken House for this one!

Reckless by Cornelia Funke (Paperback)
This one also looks really good, I LOVE Cornelia Funke, she was my favourite author when I was younger, but I haven't read anything by her for ages, so I'm really looking forward to this one! Thanks again to Chicken House for this one!

The Truth About Celia Frost by Celia Rawsthorne (ARC)
This one sounds really interesting, and I'm really excited for it :) Thanks to Usborne for this one!


Darkness Becomes Her by Kelly Keaton (RAK from Sara at Just Another Story)
Would like to say a HUGE thank you to Sara for sending me this one, and Two Way Street (below)! I wasn't expecting her to send me TWO awesome books, one of which is a hardback, so thank you so much! This one looks awesome, and I can't wait to start it! <3

Two Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt (RAK from Sara at Just Another Story)
Again, thanks Sara! This one looks really good, and apparently it's really funny. I'm going on a long car journey soon so this one seems perfect for that! :L Thanks again Sara!

What did you all get in your mailboxes this week? Leave a link in the comments and I'll stop by yours in the next week, once I'm back from holiday! :)


  1. Awesome mailbox !!
    I can't wait to read Darkness Becomes Her and Two Way Street! I still have to read Paranormalcy, I've only heard positive things about this book.. I hope you'll have an amazing time with all these books! Happy reading ;)

  2. Incredible mailbox!!! I LOVED Darkness Becomes Her! It was fascinating! And Paranormlacy was really good too! Evie is a fun character!

    My IMM goes up tomorrow, be sure to stop by!

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  3. Great mailbox!! I really want to read paranormalcy, it looks so good. I'm gonna have to buy it at some point.

  4. I can't wait to see what you think of Two Way Street. I was thinking of buying that one yesterday when we were talking. Lol. Great IMM :) Donna

  5. Love 'Paranormalcy' - Evie is such a great character. =)

    I've heard that 'Darkness Becomes Her' is a really interesting read. I'm definitely going to have to check it out at some point.

  6. great mailbox! jealous of your Cecilia Frost copy! I want!! lol
    I hope you love Rockoholic as much as I did! :)

  7. awesome haul! cant wait to see what you think of Paranormalcy... personally i loved it and I hope you do too :)


  8. They all sound really good! I got Rockaholic and Reckless last week and am really looking forward to reading them both.

    Love your little book tower picture at the top :-D

  9. Darkness Becomes Her is awesome!! =) Hope you enjoy all your books.

  10. I really love both of the books you were gifted. I've devoured them both! I also really enjoyed Paranormalcy. Hope you like all your reads!


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