Sunday, 19 June 2011

In My Mailbox (#19)

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!

 
This week's load is a little odd.  You have been warned.  (:
 
 
For Review:
 
 
The Wrong Path
The Wrong Path by Vivian Marie Aubin du Paris (Goodreads)
Annabelle's life was finally going according to plan. She had the right group of friends. Her childhood crush had finally started to notice her. She was pretty, popular, and in love.
And then one terrible night at a party Will enters her life and everything changes.
Will is the polar opposite of his older brother Trevor—Annabelle’s new boyfriend—the popular, straight-A, quarterback high school star. He's wild, charismatic, and full of secrets. He's completely different from anyone Annabelle has ever known, and soon their accidental run-in becomes a pattern as Annabelle finds herself seeking him out wherever she goes. Despite his open hostility with his older brother, Annabelle is drawn to him, wanting to be with him. Will opens a new world for Annabelle, one where she can shed her carefully constructed mask and be herself.
But being with Will comes at a price. And when tragedy strikes, she has to make a choice between the two brothers.
And the wrong one means losing everything forever.
This isn't the odd part.  I love the look of this book, the last sentance of the blurb in particular.  A contempory romance: I'm in love with them at the moment!  (No pun intended there.)  Thank's Vivian!
 
 
Bought:
 
City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, #4)
 
City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, Book Four) by Cassandra Clare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Love. Blood. Betrayal. Revenge. The stakes are higher than ever in City of Fallen Angels.
Ahh, you just gotta love TMI!  Ooh, BTW, who do you think is on the cover?  Clary and... Simon?  Alec?  I'm going with Simon...  (:
 
 
Ordered as a Set:
 
Hamlet (Oxford School Shakespeare)The Tempest (2010 edition): Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford Shakespeare Studies)Julius Caesar
Twelfth Night (2010 edition): Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford Shakespeare Studies)Midsummer Night's Dream: Oxford School ShakespeareMerchant of Venice (2010 edition): Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford Shakespeare Studies)
Much Ado About Nothing Macbeth (Oxford School Shakespeare)Othello: Oxford School Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet (Oxford School Shakespeare)
 
Hamlet by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
The Tempest by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare(Goodreads | Amazon)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Macbeth by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Othello by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare (Goodreads | Amazon)
Ah, yes, I am such a geek!  But 10 Shakespeare plays for £10?  C'mon!  They're classic.  :)

That's me! 

What's in your mailbox this week?

Before I go, keep an eye out for the Fortnight of Guests...
Happy Reading
Megan

8 comments:

Cait said...

Oooh CoFA is good, hope you enjoy it!! And those Shakespeare covers are cool! 10 for £10 is awesome

The Cait Files

Nikki-ann said...

I've yet to read Book 1 of The Mortal Instruments. Shocking, I know! It's on my Kindle, I just need time to read it. I'ce read Clockwork Angel though and I loved that :)

YA Book Queen said...

Ah, Shakespeare...Great deal, too!

Happy reading! :)

Alison said...

Great set! Yay for COFA! The Wrong Path sounds really interesting too.
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yavampirebooks said...

Great haul!
I'm dying to read City of Fallen Angels!

Aylee said...

Wow, this is a bit of an odd mailbox! But that's definitely a good deal that you got for the Shakespeare books. Hope you like CoFA!! Happy reading :)

Raimy-rawr said...

wow ten Shakespeare's for ten pound! awesome. I would so do that to finish my collection but I have this weird thing where I want to own them all separately in different editions... you should see my Shakespeare shelf lol
I hope you enjoy them all!

Cliona said...

Great mailbox! The Wrong Path sounds brilliant! Where did you manage to get 10 Shakespeares for £10?