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Sunday, July 24, 2011

In My Mailbox (3): Home At Last!


IMM is hosted by Kristi (The Story Siren)
A meme where readers show off the stylin new books off (;


PURCHASED:
Killer Heat by Linda Fairstein (Amazon / Goodreads)
A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole (Amazon / Goodreads)

Fallen by Lauren Kate (Amazon / Goodreads)
Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder (Amazon / Goodreads)

Hunger by Michael Grant (Amazon / Goodreads)
Lies by Michael Grant (Amazon / Goodreads)

ARC:
Second Grave on the Left by Darynda Jones (Amazon / Goodreads)




11 comments :

Brett @ Demons Read Too said...

Great books! I need to read Fallen sometime next week, Lauren Kate is coming to Australia in August so I wanna have it read before I go to the signing. I've been thinking of getting the Michael Grant books, they have cool covers.

Here's my IMM this week

Rebecca said...

Awesome books you got this week. Inside Out looks really interesting. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

ComaCalm said...

Ooh Fallen! I should hate it but I love it!I have Gone by Michael Grant but somehow I haven't read it yet - even though I know I'll love it!

New follower! :D

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Book Sake said...

Hah - I saw your list featuring A Confederacy of Dunces and thought - school! It's actually a really good book though. :)

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Nina said...

The Gone series is so good! I'm now reading Lies and it's okay so far. ;)

Christy @TheReaderBee said...

Awesome mailbox! Lots of great titles here. I hope you enjoy reading them!

mrs_laura_koehler said...

Great mailbox. I love the Fallen series. Hope you do.
Happy Reading.

Kristin said...

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

Lisa said...

I also bought Fallen, awhile ago, I can't wait to start reading it(:

lisa

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

Madigan McGillicuddy said...

I liked Inside Out - it wasn't a sweeping romance, like I hoped (Across the Universe by Beth Revis fits the bill a little more in that regard) and I was driven a little crazy by characters who didn't figure out things that should be obvious, kind of like in City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau, but on the whole, it was a really great story.

Shortskie said...

@Madigan: Oblivious characters are one of my pet peeves, haha, this should be an interesting read.

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