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In My Mailbox #30

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Bloodlines by Richelle Mead (UK Paperback) *SQUEEE*
I was SO excited when this arrived, and it was AMAZING! :D I loved it! If you were a little worried that it didn't live up to VA, don't be, because it's awesome... Thanks to Penguin for this one!

Vampire Academy: A Graphic Novel by Richelle Mead, Emma Vieceli and Leigh Dragoon (UK Paperback)
Again, I was so excited for this one too, as it is a graphic novel of the first VA book, and it was awesome! I read it all in one sitting completely by accident - I was only going to read a few pages but I ended up reading it all! Thanks again to Penguin for this one!


Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough (UK Proof)
Caroline from Portrait of a Woman sent me this; she had a first come first serve giveaway and I managed to get this :) I've heard lots of good things about it, and it looks awesome, (if a little creepy) so I can't wait to read it! Thanks Caroline!


Angel Fire by LA Weatherly Sneak Peak
YAY! I LOVED Angel, the first book, so I was really excited to get this sneak peak! Now I can't wait for Angel Fire even more... And I don't think that sentence makes sense... Oh well, thanks to Usborne for this! :) 

That's all I got this week, what did you guys get? Leave me a link in the comments! :)


  1. I really need to get the VA graphic novel - from what I have seen it looks awesome!!

    Hope you enjoy your reads :D

  2. Cool I liked Angel Burn...what will happen next. I am so far behind on I need to read the 1st ;(

    Happy Reading

  3. Oh lovely IMM! I want to read Bloodlines as well, but I'm making myself read VA first.. So it'll be a while until I can start BL!

    Happy reading! My IMM can be found here :)

  4. Heheh, I am curious about the VA graphic novel. I kind of want to get my hands on it. I'm glad you liked it. Enjoy your reading.

  5. Bloodlines and Angel Fire?! Jealoussss! :P

    Nora, The Bookery

  6. I got Bloodlines too! Can't wait for Angel Fire, loved the first one too

    The Cait Files

  7. I think everyone got Bloodlines one way or another this week!

  8. I actually didn't get Bloodlines this week, :(

    I ordered mine, along with the graphic novel and Succubus Revealed from Richelle's store--total impulse buy to pay full price for all 3, but I wanted signed copies badly! So can't wait to read them though! Hoping they come either late this week or next!

    Here's my IMM

    Have a GREAT day!!

    Old Follower :)


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