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In My Mailbox #4

It's been ages since I did one of these posts, the last one I did was on the 7th November... So, I think it's time for another one. And seeing that it was so long ago, I have a longer list than usual. =]

                            

Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins (Kindle Edition) (Bought)
Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes (Kindle Edition) (Bought)
Knight Angels: Book of Love by Abra Ebner (Kindle Edition) (Bought)
Logic of Demons: The Quest for Nadine's Soul by H.A. Goodman (Book) (Received from author)
Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead (Book) (Bought)
The Iron Daughter by Julia Kagawa (Book) (Bought)
Bad Blood by Mari Mancusi (Book) (Bought)
Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler (Book) (Borrowed from friend)

I've included a link to the ones I have reviewed, and will add the others as soon as the review are posted. Leave a link to your IMMs in the comments!

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  1. I got Hex Hall this week too, despite my aversion to the cover. The Iron Daughter is brilliant too1 The Iron Fey is probably one of my favourite series I've read in a while.
    Great mailbox :) Happy reading!

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  2. Wow you got a lot! I read LS and Raised by Wolves already and loved them and I have The Iron Daughter in my TBR pile. Can't wait to see what you thought of them!

    Here's my IMM

    Happy Reading!

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  3. Twenty boy summer is supposed to be good!

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  4. Nice mailbox! I'm off to check out some of those reviews. :)

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  6. Such great books! I really enjoyed Hex Hall and Twenty Boy Summer.

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