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Letterbox Love #2



So I haven't done a Letterbox Love or IMM or book haul or anything for months now, and I used to love these posts so I thought I'd start them up again, especially as I've got some awesome books these last couple of weeks! I've only included the books I've received in 2013 and for Christmas, because I couldn't remember what I got before... :P


Apologies for the books not being in the centre of the picture. If that bothers you. It bothers me :P

BOUGHT

Night School: Legacy by CJ Daugherty
I absolutely love this series! This one was brilliant, my review's coming soon.
How to Save A Life by Sara Zarr (Not pictured; ebook)
Only 99p in the Kindle sale - looking forward to this one as I've only heard good things!

GIFTED

Ingenue by Jillian Larkin
This was from my parents for Christmas. My only book (unless you include the Doctor Who 2013 annual :P) but it doesn't matter because I'm sure it'll be awesome! Absolutely adored the first one so can't wait to read this!


RECEIVED FOR REVIEW

Dead Romantic by CJ Skuse (Chicken House Books)
Cannot wait for this one! Looks awesome :D Out in February.

Dance of Shadows by Yelena Black (Bloomsbury Children's)
The cover for this one is absolutely gorgeous! It sounds really good too, so I'm looking forward tor reading this! Out February.

Just One Day by Gayle Forman (Random House Children's)
I read and loved If I Stay and Where She Went a year or two ago, so I'm looking forward to reading this romance in Paris! This one's already released.

The Hanged Man Rises by Sarah Naughton (Simon and Schuster Children's Books)
I asked for this one because it sounded good, and completely different to anything else I've really read before! It's nice and short so I might read this one in the week before my January exams, so I can read but not be too distracted because it's not too long! Out February.

The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin (Simon and Schuster Children's Books)
AGH I am SO excited for this one! The cover's gorgeous, as the first one was, and I just can't wait to read more about Mara and Noah... They're great! I think I'll read it as a reward after my January exams. Out February.

Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans (Usborne)
I actually was lucky enough to attend the launch party for this book, and met Lenore herself. She was super awesome and the event was great and I'm reading this now and even though I'm only on Chapter 2 I really like it so far :) Out 15th January.

Thanks to Lynsey at Narratively Speaking for hosting Letterbox Love! Let me know in the comments what you've received this week, or leave me a link to your post if you've got one :)

Comments

  1. OOh nice! Those are new to me but I hope you enjoy them all!

    My STS will be up tomorrow, so be sure to stop by!

    Have a a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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  2. MARA DYER!!! I have been waiting very patiently since October (okay, so maybe not patiently!) to get my hands on this book and I CAN'T WAIT TO READ IT!!!
    Level 2 is also on my wishlist so I am INSANELY jealous! I bought Night School this week and so I hope the sequel is good.
    Lovely haul! Happy reading! :)

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  3. I hope you had fun at the Level 2 launch party! Cannot wait for it to come out :) And Just One Day is so great, you will love it. Happy reading :)

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  4. The Evolution of Mara Dyer OMG I hate you a little bit haha. I want this one SO MUCH

    Cait x

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  5. Ohh awesome haul! I LOVED The Evolution of Mara Dyer and Noah...incredible. Enjoy them all x

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  6. I just... *cries* because JUST ONE DAY.

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