Tuesday, 15 March 2011

In My Mailbox (#5)

In My Mailbox was created by Kristi at The Story Siren.  It's a perfect way to see who's reading and review what.  Awesome!

Well, made the mistake of going to the library.  They had yet another sale on.  I think they know when I'm coming, and stock up right before I do!  So, safe to say I bought one or two.

And I've decided to start writing the little slogan-things from the covers if there is one, instead of the entire blurb.  Quicker, and takes up much less room!

So, this is what's In My Mailbox this week:

Bought From Library:

Gifted Touch (Fingerprints, #1)

Being by Kevin Brooks (Goodreads | Amazon)
Can You ESCAPE From WHAT You REALLY ARE?
Hunter's Moon by Louise Cooper (Goodreads | Amazon)
Lie Detectives by Malorie Blackman (Goodreads | Amazon)
They're Trying To Kill Me...
Gifted Touch (Finger Prints, Book One) by Melinda Metz (Goodreads | Amazon)
She Touches Your Fingerprints
She Knows Your Thoughts

The People of Sparks (The Books of Ember, Book Two) by Jeanne DuPrau (Goodreads | Amazon)

Head Games by Mariah Fredricks (Goodreads | Amazon)
What Happens When An Online Game Gets Serious?


Bought:

I Was Jane Austen's Best FriendBeauty: A Retelling of the Story of Beauty and the Beast. Robin McKinleyFire (The Seven Kingdoms Trilogy, #2)

I Was Jane Austen's Best Friend by Cora Harrison (Goodreads | Amazon)
A Secret Diary
Beauty by Robin McKinley (Goodreads | Amazon)
She Never Thought She Would Fall In Love.  Until She Met A Beast.
Fire (The Seven Kingdoms Trilogy, Book Two) by Kristin Cashore (Goodreads | Amazon)
A Beautiful Lie by Irfan Master (Goodreads | Amazon)
The Truth Can Be Dangerous...


Free eBooks:

The MoonstoneProtectorA Death In Beverly Hills

The Demon Girl (The Rae Wilder Novels, Book One) by Penelope Fletcher (Goodreads | Amazon)

The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins (Goodreads | Amazon)


Protector (Jane Perry, Book One) by Laurel Dewey (Goodreads | Amazon)

A Death of Beverly Hills by David Grace (Goodreads | Amazon)


Can't wait to read them - but I didn't realise Fire was the second in the series!  I have to get the first one, ASAP!  So:

What did you get this week?

2 comments:

Ashley @ Book Labyrinth said...

Very awesome books!

You could probably read 'Fire' without reading 'Graceling' ... it's like a prequel/companion book to 'Gracleling' and there's only one (I think) crossover character. They take place in totally different places. Most people seem to prefer 'Fire' but I really liked 'Graceling' better.

YA Vampire Books said...

wow, that's quite a bunch! Happy reading!