Sunday, 1 May 2011

IMM (5)

 In My Mailbox (IMM) is a weekly feature organised by The Story Siren. IMM is a post where you can show which books entered your house and it also gives you a chance to say thank you to the people that kindly sent them. To find out more about how you can join in click here.

This may seem like a mammoth haul, but I haven't done an IMM in three weeks and the books have just kept building up, so apologies in advance.

1) Girl Reading by Katie Ward - Kate Ward is will be featuring on the blog later this week.Knowing that I was desperate to read it,  Claire at Paperback Reader sent me a spare copy she had of it. Published by Virago.

2) Love Virtually by Daniel Glattauer, published by MacLeHose, an imprint of Quercus.  This was given to me by one on of my friends who really enjoyed it and knew I was interested in reading it.

3) The Wedding Wallah by Farahad Zama published by Abacus. This was kindly sent to me by Jenny at Abacus.
The following three books were passed on to me by Emma Bookangel from Atom Books for a promotion coming up soon. 

4) Killing Mr Griffin by Lois Duncan
5) I Know What You Did Last Summer by Lois Duncan
6) Don't Look Behind You by Lois Duncan


The following three books were sent to me by The Bookette  after I won them on her blog last month.
7) Ministry of Pandemonium by Chris Westwood published by Frances Lincoln Children's Books 
8) RavenWood by Andrew Peters published by Chicken House
9) The Memory Cage by Ruth Eastham published by Scholastic

The three books below them have all been sent to me by Lynsey from Narratively Speaking who also organises the UK Book Tours.

10) My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares published by Hodder
11) The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove by Lauren Kate published by Razorbill, an  imprint of Penguin Group (USA)
12) The Cursed Ones by Nancy Holder and Debbie Vigue published by Simon & Schuster


 13) Blood Magic by Tessa Gratton published by Doubleday an imprint of Random House Children's Books

14) My Sister Lives On The Mantlepiece by Annabel Pitcher published by Orion, sent to me by the lovely Nina.

15) A Tangle of Magicks by Stephanie Burgis published by Templar 

16) The Emerald Atlas by John Stephens published by Doubleday, an imprint of Random House Children's Books. 

17) A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness, published by Walker Books.

18) OTOLI by Bryony Allen kindly sent by the author.


19) Della Says: OMG! by Keris Stainton, published by Orchard Books and kindly lent to me by Raimy over at Readaraptor

20) Choker by Elizabeth Woods, published by Simon & Schuster, kindly lent to me by Michelle over at Fluttering Butterflies.

21) Tell Me What You See by Zoran Drvenkar, published by Chicken House and borrowed from the library.

Thanks to all the lovely people who sent me books over the last three weeks, I really do appreciate your generosity.

16 comments:

  1. Wow, lots of great books for you this week :D

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  2. Loads of great books there and several which I want to read, especially the Patrick Ness, which was promptly added to the amazon wishlist.

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  3. Blodeuedd- I didn't get them all this week. I have just been too lazy to show them.

    Katrina - The Patrick Ness one is awesome. I am reviewing it this week.

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  4. A great pile of books! They all seem great. I can't wait to read Choker :)
    Check out what's In My Mailbox

    Mia @GrippedintoBooks

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  5. I'm sorry for the multiple comments! I don't know what happened! Sorry :/

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  6. New follower!

    I'm looking forward to reading The Betrayal too.

    My IMM

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  7. amazing books in this weeks IMM! My name is memory is awesome

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  8. Great books - I'm so excited about Blood Magic, am loving it so far!

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  9. Such great looking books - The Wedding Wallah looks interesting - have a super week :)

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  10. Wow, that's a pretty awesome mailbox this week. You so have many there I need to read! Hope you love them all!

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  11. Fab books this week, I hope you enjoy them all. Plus Della is fab. Happy Reading :D

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  12. I like The Emerald Atlas cover that you have far better than the US cover. The book was a lot of fun to read too. :)

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  13. Wow! You have some reading ahead of you there!They look sooo good :)You have a few there that I have my eye on for when I finish my current to-me-read mountain :-)
    (N_airdnaxelA)

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  14. wow, thats quite the haul! Is I Know What You Did Last Summer based on the films??

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  15. I think you'll be busy for quite a while :)

    Looking forward to your review of Girl Reading. Love that cover.

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  16. Wow, that should keep you busy for a good long while. Love the new look on the blog1

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