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Currently reading: Cinder by Marissa Meyer.

Sunday, 28 August 2011

In My Postbox #44

In My Mailbox idea from Kristi @ The Story Siren, and all links take you to Amazon UK.

Hi guys! It's been a crazy few weeks here at EoB towers! Work as per usual seem as intent to take all my time and more as it is and then I've had some computer troubles with my trusty laptop's screen breaking and needing to be replaced. Oh well. It's all behind me now. So here is a bumper In My Postbox, one that takes a couple of weeks books into account. I got 5 of these on one day alone so have had a good few weeks bookwise at least!

N.B, I do know that the Summer Reads feature is SERIOUSLY late... And again this is due to lack of computer and time. I'm going to work on getting the late posts up over the next few days and will link them on Twitter as and when they are live. Some reviews will also be going live over the next few days hopefully! ANYWAY... back to In My Postbox!

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FOR REVIEW:

Words In The Dust by Trent Reedy.
Soul Beach by Kate Harrison.
Dark Inside by Jeyn Roberts (I love this cover, the faces in the crack down the centre are so cool and creepy!).
Shelter by Harlan Coben (this sounds and looks soooooo good! :D)
Fury by Elizabeth Miles.
No Use Crying by Zannah Kearns.
Wired by Robin Wasserman.
Naked by Kevin Brooks (THIS SOUNDS SO GOOD! Cannot wait to read!).
Dust and Decay by Jonathan Maberry (I've not read the first book but this looks amazing so really must get Rot and Ruin so I can get around to this!!).
Angel Fire (sampler) by L. A. Weatherly (YAY! Been looking forward to this since I read Angel last year. This is only the prologue but still, its helping to pass the wait. And I'm quoted in it! :D)



BOUGHT:

Ghost Hunter by Michelle Paver (Massive Michelle fan and I wanted to see what the new cover look was like so I decided to get this to add to my collection. Not as nice as the original cave painting artwork, but still pretty cool!
Witchfinder: The Last Nightfall by William Hussey (I adored the first two books in the trilogy, Dawn of the Demontide and Gallows at Twilight - which reminds me I need to get my review for that one up... - and cannot wait to get started on this one. How amazing is the cover?!).


So for another week, that's it. Happy reading guys!

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