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In My Mailbox
September 5, 2010 posted by Christina

In My Mailbox #1

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren, inspired by Alea and explores the contents of our mailbox on a weekly basis.

Some may have seen my brief attempt at a vlog version of IMM (and I apologize for the 2nd hand embarrassment), so I’ve instead opted to share my new arrivals in picture form!

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For Review:

Saltwater Vampires by Kristy Eagar

Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel

The Very Bad Book by Andy Griffiths

Siren by Tricia Rayburn

The Three Loves of Persimmon by Cassandra Golds

Eleventh Grade Burns (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod) by Heather Brewer

Tenth Grade Bleeds (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod) by Heather Brewer

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare  (review here and giveaway here)

Scout by Nicole Pluss

The Blue Eyed Aborigine by Rosemary Hayes

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

Forest Born by Shannon Hale

The Cabinet of Curiosities by Paul Dowswell

Bought:

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

I was impatient waiting for my copy of Mockingjay so I now have two….I smell a giveaway at some point…
I’m not a fan of this cover, I prefer the blue U.S. version. I have my eye on the hardcover box set, it will definitely be on my Christmas list.

Is there a book you particularly want to see reviewed? Leave a comment to let me know!

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Happy reading!

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8 Comments

  • Awesome!=) The Clockwork Angel is definitely a must read. I am waiting on a book tour copy to make it my way!=) As for the rest of your reads you really out did yourself.

    Enjoy!
    http://bit.ly/9hmI1q

  • You had quite a successful book week! I really enjoyed Siren and I LOVED Clockwork Angel, I hope you like them as well. Enjoy all those:)

  • It would be great if you could review Siren – I’m still not sure if I want to read it, so a review would help a lot to finally make a decision 😉

  • See, I like the orange Mockingjay better. I ordered mine from the UK for that reason (and because it’s paperback).

    Nice haul this week!

  • I’m reading Siren right now and so far it’s pretty good.

  • I like our Mockingjay cover better as well. Although, I do like the orange cover too. I always find it weird that the covers change per country.

    I would have to agree that I would like to see Siren reviewed.

  • I like the blue Mockingjay cover mainly because of the bird symbol. It’s simple yet powerful. It’s eye catching and perfect for the theme of the book.

  • NICE STASH! That’s what I call a GREAT Mailbox!
    We have different covers for Mockingjay but your’s if fiery and inkeeping with the whole series.

    Enjoy and WOW!

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