Saturday, March 26, 2011

In My Mailbox (March 20th-26th 2011)

A slightly slower than usual week in my mailbox but a very happy one all the same. It was a great week for YA though which is a nice change from the usual literary fiction I read a lot of.

{For Review}
Trickster's Girl by Hilari Bell (Thomas Allen & Sons)
Annexed by Sharon Dogar (Thomas Allen & Sons)
The Unnameables by Ellen Booraem (Thomas Allen & Sons)
The Vespertine by Shaundra Mitchell (Thomas Allen & Sons)
The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen (Random House Canada)

I'm looking forward to all of these books, but I was particularly excited to get The Vespertine in the mail, a finished copy which looks absolutely gorgeous, I'm a bit of a sucker for the metallic writing. I've also been reading a lot of adult historical fiction, so a young adult historical fiction novel will be a different change. Annexed is also historical fiction, which I already owned so now I definitely need to read it! The other highlight was The Running Dream, which I actually already read- it was really inspirational, so expect a review in the near future. 

How was your mailbox this week?


  1. The Running Dream sounds like a really good book. I'm looking forward to reading that one.

  2. I've heard really good things about Annexed. I've not heard of the others, but they sound good!

  3. Great books you got this week. They all look really awesome. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

  4. Ouuuuuuu The Vespertine! Luckyyy! Can't wait to read your review on it :)

  5. You have some really good ones this week. Here's mine:


  6. The Running Dream sounds brilliant. I'm dying to read it!

    Enjoy all your books! :)
    My IMM

  7. Ahahaha, love your mailbox pic. Let us know how you like The Vespertine -- I've been looking forward to that one!
    (And I feel guilty about leaving links in the comments, but... here's my IMM.)

  8. You got some really good book. I really liked The Vespertine. I hope you like it too!


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