In My Mailbox (29)
You guys. I have discovered Read It Swap It. And I have become addicted. I had 4 swaps arrive this week and all the books were in perfect condition. I also won an amazing competition on The Book Smugglers and some of my goodies arrived on Tuesday (apparently there’s more to come!) and I used up a book voucher in Foyles and a few other things…
The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
Mixed reviews on this so far, but I’ve been wanting to try it since I first heard about it months ago
Falling Fast by Sophie McKenzie
I’ve not read anything by this author yet but she has a lot of books and seems to be very popular. Falling Fast sounds exactly like the kind of book I love.
Smoulder by Brenna Yovanoff
Intrigued to try this one, it’s probably not a book I would have chosen but you never know — I may end up loving it!
Everneath by Brodi Ashton
So excited and *pretty*
*Many thanks to The Book Smugglers and Simon and Schuster for the amazing prize pack! Three of these four were on my wishlist!*
Hereafter by Tara Hudson
I’m sensing a ghostly theme here looking at these books lol.
The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting
Been dying to read this since I found out what it was about!
Deception by Lee Nichols
Hadn’t heard of this previously but saw it, looked up a few reviews and knew I had to get it. Ghost keepers, attractive mentors, what more could you ask for?
Looking For JJ by Anne Cassidy
I’m into mystery/thrillers right now so I can’t wait to read this.
UK Book Tours
Slide by Jill Hathaway
Very, very excited to read and review this one — it sounds brilliant and the cover already creeps me out.
I’ll Be There by Holly Goldberg Sloan
Everyone has been raving about I’ll Be There and I adore the cover so I had to get it. I’ve already read it, so look out for my review soon. Lovely, lovely book.
After The Snow by S. D Crockett
This is only the first chapter but I picked up this little free booklet in Foyles and thought it was a great idea to get people interested in a book.
The Secret Lives of Princesses by Philippe Lechermeier
This is my most precious, made me dance for joy, mailbox book of the week. Rébecca Dautremer is my absolute favourite illustrator on the planet. Her work is just stunning. I have this book miniature size in french, but when I saw this gigantic version in English I snapped it up and I’m incredibly glad I did. Because this is a book you want to be able to read. Absolutely beautiful.
Existence by Abbi Glines
A cheap e-book on Amazon? Don’t mind if I do. Plus it was on my wishlist. One Click Buy — you make things too easy!
Mist by Kathryn James
Vaguely remember wanting to read this so when I saw it in my local library I snapped it right up. I do remember there was one very positive review a while back that piqued my interest.
Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce
I do love a fairy tale re-telling. Some people love this one, some people hated it, but I do want to read Sweetly, so I figured I should try this one out first and see how I feel.
What was in your Mailbox this week?