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In My Mailbox #13

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Bought


The Sky Is Everywhere  Thirteen Reasons Why  LOOKING FOR ALASKA


The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
This one is so cool, it has pictures! :) Really excited about it, reading it now!

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
This one looks so sad! Sounds amazing though... 

Looking for Alaska by John Green
Again, this looks awesome :) I can't wait, apparently it's John Green's best book :)

What did you get in your mailboxes this week?

Comments

  1. Three great YA contemps! The Sky Is Everywhere is in my tbr pile and 13 Reasons Why is one of my favorite YA novels! Happy reading!

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  2. Awesome! I think I just might be a John Green fangirl. :) I've only read Paper Towns (awesome!), but I do watch his vlogs on youtube. I have been looking for Looking For Alaska, but my bookstore only had an old, beat up copy last time I looked.

    I didn't know The Sky is Everywhere has pictures! How neat!

    Great books this week!

    Jennifer of Little Shelf

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  3. I've heard awesome things about The Sky is Everywhere! You must let us know what you think :) Happy Reading & Happy Easter!
    Diana

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  4. What a lovely mailbox. These have all had great reviews and I hope you enjoy them lots.

    Happy Easter!

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  5. Great books, Enjoy them.
    Happy Easter

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  6. Not familiar with those titles! Hope you enjoy them all!

    Here's my IMM

    Happy Easter! (if you're celebrating, Have a GREAT day either way!)

    Old Follower
    Jessica@a GREAT read

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  7. I think I need to add The Sky is Everywhere to my TBR list.

    My IMM http://Mykeepershelf.blogspot.com

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  8. I hope you bought tissues with that mailbox! I loved Thirteen Reasons Why so, so very much. Make sure you're not reading it in public though. I was trying to hold in sobs while sitting in a doctor's waiting room. :P

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  9. Awesome books this week. The Sky is Everywhere was one of my fav reads of last year. I loved Looking For Alaska too.
    Happy reading.
    Sally.
    http://theelifylop.blogspot.com/2011/04/in-my-mailbox-16.html

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  10. All three of those are awesome! For once there's an "In My Mailbox" post where I'm familiar with all of the books. Enjoy them all!

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  11. Fab set! I loved Sky is Everywhere. I really want to read the other two.
    My IMM

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