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In My Mailbox #46

Hey, welcome to my In My Mailbox for the past three(?) weeks! I don't know how long ago it was... ;P Anyway, I have quite a lot to show you all, so I'm not going to talk about rubbish up here for long... I don't even know if people actually read it ;P



Fateful by Claudia Gray (29th March 2012, HarperCollins)
The Last Echo by Kimberly Derting (29th March, 2012, Headline)
Burn Mark by Laura Powell (June 2012, Bloomsbury)
Partials by Dan Wells (29th March 2012, HarperCollins)
A Million Suns by Beth Revis (5th April, Penguin)
Fever by Dee Shulman (5th April, Penguin)

The next books I got were from a goodie bag I got when I went to the MIRA Ink Bloggers' party on Thursday evening. It was really good - we talked about all the awesome new releases coming from MIRA Ink this year, and we talked to Julie Kagawa, author of one of my favourite series ever, The Iron Fey series, on Skype! We asked her questions, and she showed us one of her chickens :D I might do a write up a little later this week, but it depends on how lazy I'm feeling ;D Anyway, here's what we got!


Crave by Melissa Darnell (6th April 2012, MIRA Ink)
Pushing the Limits by Kate McGarry (3rd August, MIRA Ink)
Goddess Interrupted by Aimee Carter (6th April, MIRA Ink)
My Soul to Take by Rachel Vincent 
If I Die by Rachel Vincent


The Girl in the Steel Corset by Kady Cross (US Hardback)
Spellbound by Cara Lynn Shultz (US ARC)
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa (Exclusive UK Hardback) *squeeee*
Saving June by Hannah Harrington (US ARC)


The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden, #1) 

I also got one book from NetGalley this week... And I'm so excited to read it! It's The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa! :D I'm going to read this one hopefully very soon though I'm not sure when I'll be able to fit it in :( I will MAKE the time! :D

So that's everything I received this week, what about you? Leave me a link in the comments and I'll try and stop by! :D Thanks to MIRA Ink, HarperCollins, Bloomsbury, Penguin, Headline, HarlequinTEEN and NetGalley for all my lovely books this week! 


  1. AWESOME mailbox! So jealous about the MIRA Ink party, but I'm glad you had fun! Hope you enjoy your books :)

  2. So many books! I'm excited about The Last Echo.

    Happy Reading!
    In My Mailbox

  3. So many awesome books! You will loooove Saving June :) YAY THE LAST ECHO! Happy reading, Bella!

  4. I have almost all of these myself lol I just finished Partials, really liked it, not long finished crave to but I didn't like that one much :/
    enjoy your books!

  5. Oh my goodness so many amazing books this week! I really need to read the Body Finder series and The Iron Fey series! Yay for A Million Suns, I loved AtU! Hope you're having an awesome weekend Bella! :)

  6. So many awesome books!! Saving June was AMAZING and I love the Soul Screamers books! The MIRA event sounds like a lot of fun. I got Burn Mark too, can't wait to read it and I just finished The Immortal Rules, it's good ;)

    The Cait Files

  7. Yay for book events! You got some awesome stuff Bella. I have heard epic things about Partials. I hope you like it!

    My IMM

  8. Awesome mailbox!! Envious that you not only got The Last Echo, but you got 2 copies!! That's insane!! Love Rachel's YA books, especially with the UK covers, they're so pretty! Happy Reading!

    Here's my IMM

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  9. Amazing IMM! So jealous of all the goodies you got.

    Happy reading!

  10. The Mira event sounds so so good!!! Enjoy your books, especially The Last Echo;) Can't wait to start it!!

  11. Awesome mailbox! I'm really curious about Burn mark and of course Immortal Rules! Enjoy all your reads! :)

  12. I read it!! lol, you guys got some great books from Mira! Lucky!! I hope you enjoy them all!

  13. I'm still waiting for my HarperCollins books (very jealous) and yay for Immortal Rules. I should be getting it from Mira this week hopefully! Enjoy all your books :)

  14. Fantastic week Bella! And it was nice to see you at the blogging event!! Donna xoxox


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