30 Oct 2011

In My Mailbox #3

PLEASE READ: Due to some *air quotes* annoying circumstances, for the next five days i will be out of reach of a computer and/or the internet. Therefore, i shan't be blogging until at least Saturday (sorry).

Hey peeps, it's In My Mailbox time again!
IMM is an awesome meme hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren (a.k.a. probably the most famous and successful blog in the book blogging community, so jelly right now) which a lot of people take part in, so if you don't already, go and check it out!

After last weeks reading flop, i am please to announce that i FINALLY have a decent haul to show you guys.

For Review
Crave - Melissa Darnell (Harlequin)
Seraphina - Rachel Hartman (Random House)
Dearly, Departed - Lia Habel (Random House)
Between the Sea and Sky - Jaclyn Dolamore (Bloomsbury)

None. My book budget was blown MONTHS ago, so i'm trying to cut back :D

Library (aka The Place of Infinite Awesomeness)
Froi of the Exiles - Melina Marchetta
The Girl in the Steel Corset - Kady Cross
Love and Other Things I'm Bad At - Catherine Clark
Welcome to Bordertown - Holly Black (Editor)
Throne of Fire - Rick Riordan
All These Thing I've Done - Gabrielle Zevin


So, what did you get this week?

Omnom out,
Imo <l:)>


  1. OOh nice! Loved Dearly, Departed and The Girl in the Steel Corset! Both very awesome reads and different! Hope you enjoy all your new reads!

    Here's my IMM

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  2. Ooh, Crave! Great books this week, happy reading :)

    New To My Stash at Book Addict

  3. Oh wow fantastic mailbox! Dearly, Departed was a lot of fun. Hope you like it! :)

    Xpresso Reads

  4. The Girl in the Steel Corset is a novel brimming with potential. Steampunk YA is rare and exciting, and the technological/paranormal Victorian setting provided plenty of opportunities for rebellion and girls kicking butt. The Girl in the Steel Corset also presents a protagonist with a slight Jekyll/Hyde problem, which could be fascinating and thrilling in equal measure.