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In My Mailbox #38

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren.

For Review:
All These Things I've Done by Gabrielle Zevin
Tiger's Voyage by Colleen Houck
Wonder by RJ Palacio
Unleashed by Nancy Holder and Debbie Vigiuie
Immortal Beloved by Cate Tiernan
Darkness Falls by Cate Tiernan
Tempest by Julie Cross
Crossed by Ally Condie
The Haunting of Charity Delafield by Ian Beck
This Is Not Forgiveness by Celia Rees

Thanks to Macmillan Children's Books, Hodder & Stoughton, Random House Children's Books, Penguin, and Bloomsbury!


  1. Amazing mailbox! I so so want to read Gabrielle Zevin! Enjoy your books! ;)

  2. You've received some really awesome books this week. I'm really jealous of Darkness Falls as I loved Immortal Beloved. Enjoy!

  3. Awesome mailbox! I have no idea what This is Not Forgiveness is about either, but it looks good! And Tempest sounds cool, what with the time travel and all ;) Happy reading! :)

  4. I'm excited that more people are getting to read Cate Tiernan! She was one of my favourite authors 10 years ago. Immortal Beloved is very different to the other paranormal books out there, I think! I hope you enjoy it :)

  5. Totally envious that you got Unleashed! Sooooo can't wait to read that one! Love Nancy and Debbie's books! Happy Reading!

    Here's my IMM

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  6. Awesome IMM! You got lots of great books :D *Jealous* Have fun reading them all :)
    Love, Carina

  7. You received Tempest!!! I am kinda jealous! I can't wait to get my hands on that book!

    ~Happy Reading

  8. Great IMM! I can't wait to read All These Things I've done. And Matched is another series I'm curious about. Hope you enjoy!

    My IMM!

  9. I'm curious to hear what you think about Unleashed! I had to turn down a review request for it because I've been swamped lately, but it sounds interesting!


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