In My Mailbox (27)
I have a gigantic, fabulous Mailbox to share this week. Because – Christmas treats!!!! Also since I’ve only bought the odd book the last couple of months, I treated myself, hit the library and borrowed some books of my Aunt!
Hana by Lauren Oliver
This was something like 99p and supposedly is a short story just to keep readers excited about the second book while they await its publication next year. I wish I could say it was worth it, but it really wasn’t. I kind of want my £1 back. A shame since I do love Lauren Oliver.
Daimon by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Now this was a fabulous short story and made me buy the first book on kindle just so I could carry on reading, as it ends on a cliffhanger. Dare I say it, but I think I liked it even more than Half-Blood!
Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout
I’ve been wanting to read this for a long time now, and decided I might as well snap it up on Kindle since it was going so cheaply. I do prefer proper books, but when they cost so much more than e-books it seemed silly. Besides, the prequel had me desperate to find out what happens next!
Fated by Sarah Alderson
The only reason this book has its own little picture is because I almost forgot to include it! I loved Hunting Lila, so I picked up Fated, the first in a new series by this author.
Falling for Hamlet by Michelle Ray
Been intrigued by this one for quite a while now – going of one or two reviews, it may be a contemporary romance, but it is a dark one and very loyal to the original Hamlet, so it sounds like a good read!
Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner
I’ve wanted this book for so long! I’m really excited to read it.
Crossed by Ally Condie
I enjoyed Matched, even though it wasn’t as action packed as I tend to like my dystopian’s – I was hoping this one would pick up the pace a bit, although some reviews say not. I may need to re-read Matched before I start this one though.
Okay For Now by Gary D. Schmidt
One of those books I haven’t heard much about, but the reviews I have read have been so high they convinced me that I need to try this.
Amplified by Tara Kelly
I’ve been hankering for some contemporary romance, and this one sounded like a fun read.
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
Eeeeeee finally!!! I’ve been waiting on this book for months and months!
Breadcrumbs by Anne Ursu
Gorgeous cover – I just had to have it.
Fitzwilliam Darcy Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud
Wanted this book for a long time as well, ever since I read the title! I do enjoy reading contemporary takes on one of my favourite novels.
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
Newly released, but I’ve already been hearing amazing things about this one, it sounds like I’ll need some tissues nearby when I do read it though!
Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty
Yay! Yet another book I’ve been dying to read for nearly a year!
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson
‘Jack the Ripper’ was all that was needed to capture my interest lol. Name of the Star has been quite popular the last couple of months, so I’m glad I’m finally getting a chance to read it.
The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
Everyone keeps telling me I should read this and it does sound fantastic. Perfect for when I’m in a dark, dystopian mood!
My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece by Annabel Pitcher
How cute is this new cover!?
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
This was on sale, so I figured, since so many people seem to adore this series, why not give it a try!
Coraline by Neil Gaiman
I still haven’t read a Neil Gaiman book. I’ve decided this needs to be rectified.
The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner
So interested to see what this is like – I’ve been told I need to read this series because it’s ‘amazing’ lol. Also, I do love the covers.
The Scorpio Races by Maggie StiefVater
Beautiful book. I read this the day I got it and wow! It was an impulse buy because for months I’ve been reading reviews and not really been interested!
A Little Wanting Song by Cath Crawley
I loved Graffiti Moon, and I only hope this is as lovely too. (I’m pretty sure it will be though!)
Before I Die by Jenny Downham
I’ve been putting off reading this because although it gets good reviews, it just sounds too darn sad. I do want to read it though – when I’m in the right frame of mind.
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
Another highly recommended – don’t think I’ve read anything by John Green yet and I’m dying to. I also love that this has two authors.
I’ve been after Poison Study for some time now – so I was pleased when I saw it on my Aunt’s shelf and snatched it, and the second book, up.
The Gathering by Kelley Armstrong
I’ve not yet read any books by this author, but I’ve been interested in The Gathering for a while.
When God was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman
This looks odd. I’ve been told it is odd. But excellent.
A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
Loved the series, figured I should try the books!
The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
I think this has been sitting forgotten on my amazon wishlist for a couple of years now, so I grabbed it when I saw it at my local library.
Stolen by Lucy Christopher
So many good reviews for this, and I’m trying to read more Aussie YA. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy it.
UK Book Tours
Cinder by Marissa Meyer
I didn’t even know I was on this book tour until it arrived on my doorstep last week – so that was a lovely surprise!
What was in your Mailbox this week?