Saturday, October 23, 2010

In My Mailbox [76]

 In My Mailbox was started over at The Story Siren.
Here is what I got this past week...



Books downloaded to my Kindle.



Review:
Once In A Full Moon- Ellen Schreiber

Thanks to Netgalley & Harper Collins.

Paperback Swap & BookMooch:
3 Willows- Ann Brashares
The Wolves of Andover- Kathleen Kent

Bought:
Wuthering Heights- Emily Brontë
Blood Trinity- Sherrilyn Kenyon & Dianna Love
Grave Witch- Kalayna Price
The Lightening Thief (graphic novel)- Rick Riordan
End of Days- Max Turner

Free Reads:
The Bite Before Christmas- Heidi Betts
Shadow Days (Nightshade prequel)- Andrea Cremer

Shadow Days can be found here.


What did you get  this week? Feel free to leave your IMM link in the comments.

12 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to read a few of those! Great haul!

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  2. Hey Anna nice mailbox yet again:-}

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  3. Great books this week. Happy reading!
    Here's what I got In My Mailbox

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  4. Fab books this week. Hope you enjoy them! My mailbox is here.

    You can link reviews of books with a romance element on this week's Read My Review

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  5. These look great!! I will have to try out The Bite Before Christmas! I love Christmas and vamps so what could be better! Fun mailbox! I'm a new follower too!
    The Delusional Diaries

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  6. Looks like you got some great books :)

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  7. I just reviewed A Bite Before Christmas! It was cute! My IMM is here: http://nikkibrandyberry.wordpress.com/

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  8. ok, big admission here. I have never been able to finish Wuthering heights, it upsets me too much and I end up putting it down ha ha. Maybe I should have a go at it again now that you've reminded me about it.

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  9. I've never read Wuthering Heights, but we'll see how it goes. :)

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  10. Oooh, Wuthering Heights! One of my favorite books. I actually had to stop and write out a family tree, though, because the relationships were slightly confusing (I was much younger when I read it). @Julia - it's worth pushing through the upsetting parts, because the book as a whole is so great! And yeah, most of the book is upsetting... But still, I think it's an amazing book.

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  11. Such a nice group of books. I want to read all of them and several are on my TBR stack or on my Kindle. My mailboxes are here and here. Happy reading!

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