In My Mailbox 7/24

Sunday, July 24, 2011

In My Mailbox is an amazing weekly meme hosted by Kristi from The Story Siren that features the books we have received during the week. It's so much fun because we get to see what our fellow bloggers stumbled upon this week and add even more to our piles of books! Without further ado, this week I received the following books:


FOR REVIEW

Never Have I Ever (The Lying Game #2) by Sara Shepard - (ARC - Thank you, HarperTeen)

Blood Wounds by Susan Beth Pfeffer - (ARC - Thank you, Harcourt)

The Name of the Star (Shades of London #1) by Maureen Johnson - (ARC - Thank you, HarperTeen)


BOUGHT

The Iron King (Iron Fey #1) by Julie Kagawa

41 comments:

  1. Awesome books! I love Amy & Roger's Epic Detour and can't wait to hear what you think of Blood Wounds. Happy reading :)

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  2. Great books! The Name of the Star sounds really good and The Iron King is one of my fave books :)

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  3. Awesome books. I really want to read Amy and Rodgers Epic Detour. Which cover do you like most? I kind of like the UK one but not sure where I would get it. Great set of books. Happy Reading.
    Check out my IMM when you get a chance.

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  4. Looking forward to hearing what you think about The Name of the Star. I haven't read anything by Maureen Johnson in a while, so I'm curious as to how her books are holding up.

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  5. Ahh you haven't read Amy & Roger yet? I really enjoyed it (but perhaps not as much as other people). I'll be looking forward to seeing what you think.

    AND UH Hello I don't think I've said this to you yet BUT I'm so glad we got to trudge up the streets together in the icky NYC heat and I hope we can do it again next year!

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  7. great mailbox
    http://ratherbarefoot.blogspot.com/2011/07/in-my-cecilias-mailbox-7.html

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  8. Awesome books you got this week. The Iron King is awesome. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

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  9. Great mailbox. Is Blood Wounds a YA book? It looks awesome. I can't wait to read your review for it. ;) Happy reading.

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  10. blood wounds looks and sounds fab. wow i am so behind the times on new and upcoming books.

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  11. I loved The Iron King, the Iron Fey books are one of my favourite faerie series of all time! And Amy & Roger sounds really great too, I've had it on my tbr list for ages but still haven't got to it yet. Happy reading :).

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  12. The Name of the Star - lucky - I've been eyeing that one for awhile.

    Check out our Mailbox at BookSake.

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  13. Hope you enjoy the Iron Fey series! I personally love it and didn't think I would either! Very enjoyable!

    Happy Reading!

    Here's my IMM

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  14. WAHHH, if I didn't love you and your blog so much, I'd basically hate you for getting NEVER HAVE I EVER so early! Love that series so far and I cannot wait to read your review! I hope it's as good as THE LYING GAME.

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  15. Amy & Roger and The Iron King are two very good books! The Name of the Star is one I also want to read

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  16. AMY & ROGER!!!!!!! omg Melissa, have you not read this yet?! It is by far one of my top YA contemps. So. freaking. good. I hope you love it!!

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  17. Oh I just got Amy & Roger this week too! :) I'm so excited to read it on vacation next week.

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  18. Great mailbox! I'm super jealous of The Name of the Star, Maureen Johnson is amazing. Can't wait to read your review!

    Here's my mailbox: http://bit.ly/om7Rfd

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  19. Awesome books this week! I can't wait to read Blood Wounds! And I really liked The Iron King. Enjoy!

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  20. Those are some great books! I really enjoyed The Name of the Star. I hope you do too! Happy Reading!

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  21. Blood Wounds looks great and I absolutely love Amy & Roger's Epic Detour and The Iron Kinght. Happy reading :)

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  22. Oh! Never Have I Ever has ARC's out?! And The Name of the Star is one I'm dying for as well.

    And you're reading Mara Dyer! Yay! I LOVED that book!

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  23. I just started The Iron Fey series this week. I am on The Iron Queen right now. So great. Hope you enjoy The Iron King as much as I did. Happy Reading!!

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  24. You have a nice list of books in your mailbox this week.
    Happy Reading,
    Book Sniffers Anonymous

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  25. Great books, I loved both Amy & Roger's Epic Detour and The Iron King =)

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  26. The Iron King is one of my favorite books. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Love the cover on The Name of the Star.

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  27. Never Have I Ever is number one on my wishlist right now, I love all of Sara Shepard's books(:

    Enjoy!

    lisa

    My Mailbox:
    http://turningpages94.blogspot.com/2011/07/in-my-mailbox-16-vlog.html

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  28. One day I shall read the Iron King, I swear :D

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  29. You've got a great selection of reads Melissa. Blood Wounds especially sounds interesting - haven't heard of it before, so will definitely be checking it out. Hope you enjoy your reads.

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  31. I debated taking Blood Wounds from the ARC pile at my work but didn't--if you read it you'll have to let me know what you thought! =) Hope your summer's been fantastic!

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  32. I loved Amy and Roger and all your books look good!

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  33. Blood Wounds is one I want to read! Enjoy all of your books!

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  34. oh I love them all though I'd have to say The Name of the Star is the one I want the most! Enjoy :D

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  35. The Name of the Star seems so interesting- cannot wait to see what you think of it!

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  36. I'm on the fence about Blood Wounds, but I'm going to give it a try considering how much I enjoyed the Last Survivors trilogy.

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  37. The Name of the Star and Blood Wounds both seem like books of a type that I haven't read before or in a long while and so they both are extremely appealing.

    Amy & Roger's Epic Detour is a contemp that I want to buy and see if I can get into - it has all the right elements, but something about it makes me hesitant.

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  38. Great set! I really want to read Amy and Roger's Epic Detour. And lucky you for getting an ARC of Name of the Star.

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  39. I can say I think you'll love Maureen Johnson's book. It's funny, thriller, paranormal, and slight romance. And I know Iron King is great. Blood Wounds looks and sound interesting. I can't imagine how that one will go. I can't wait to read your thoughts on that one.

    Heather

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