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In My Mailbox #40

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren! I have lots to show you this week, so I'll understand if you don't watch the video, as it could be kind of long ;)


To Be A Cat by Matt Haig ~ Published February 2nd by Bodley Head
Sea Hearts by Margo Lanagan ~ Published February 2nd by David Fickling Books
Fated by Sarah Alderson ~ Published January 5th by Simon Pulse
Someone Else's Life by Katie Dale ~ Published February 2nd by Simon & Schuster Children's Books

Received from the ATOM Blogger Party 2011
Wicked by Sara Shepard
Unbelievable by Sara Shepard
Guardian of the Gate by Michelle Zink
Hades by Alexandra Adornetto
172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad
The Witch of Turlingham Academy by Ellie Boswell
Trapped by Michael Northrop
Night School by Christi Daugherty

Pure by Julianna Baggot ~ Gifted from Viv at Serendipity Reviews

Huge thanks to ATOM, Viv, Simon & Schuster and Random House for all my lovely books these last two weeks! :D 

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  1. You got some amazing books! Night School sounds really good.

    The Cait Files

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  2. Great books this week, I hope that you enjoy them all!

    Kristina
    Ladybug Storytime

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  3. OOh nice! Haven't read any of these! Happy Reading!

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

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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  4. awesome books!!! gorgeous accent! :)

    here's my IMM. stop by?!?!

    http://www.lindsaycummingsblog.blogspot.com/

    -Lindsay

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  5. Someone Else's Life looks good, I got it from Netgalley, I'm hoping to read it soon. I hope you like it. Have you read Halo yet? Cause I'm curious to know what you'll think of Hades. The only way I'll read that book is if I win it.

    Anywho...

    ~Happy Reading!

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  6. Wow, great mailbox! Night School and Sea Hearts are definitely on my radar ;) Hope you enjoy all your books!

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  7. There's sooo many books here I'm curious about. I hope they're all as good as they seem! Can't wait to read Pure either! Enjoy. :)

    My IMM!

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  8. Wow! You got a TON of books! I wanna participate in a blogger party!!!

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  9. Night School looks awesome! The cover models the same one from Entangled, right? I hope you had fun at the Bloggers party! And Pure looks awesome :D

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  10. We got lots of pretty books this week, huh? I'm looking forward to The Night School and Pure.

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  11. I can't listen to the video cos it won't work properly on the iPad but you got some great books this week Hun! Hope you enjoy them all!

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