In My Mailbox (19-6-11)

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Here are the books that made their way to my home this week, either bought, borrowed, gifted or for review.








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14 comments:

  1. I want Twenty Boy Summer so much! Hpe you enjoy it :)

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  2. I think name of the star sounds really good.

    Happy reading.

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  3. Great IMM :D I hope you'll like them. I'll come back to check your reviews.

    Happy reading :)

    Here is my IMM :)

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  4. I am SO freaking excited for The Name of the Star. I've never read a Maureen Johnson work, but I've heard good things, and I am very famaliar with the time era and events she's writing about - can't wait to hear your thoughts.

    -Linds, bibliophile brouhaha

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  5. Wow, great books, I really want Miss Pereguine and Twenty Boy Summer. I will get them soon! :D

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  6. Every time I see Miss Peregrine's I get pouty because my copy hasn't arrived yet. ;)

    Hope you enjoy your books!

    Amanda
    My IMM @ Letters Inside Out

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  7. Great books this week - The Name of the Star sounds fab. Happy Reading :D

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  8. Great set! I've always wanted to read Twenty Boy Summer.
    Old GFC follower. New Twitter follower for Vicki and Lynsdey.
    My IMM

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  9. I keep seeing the Peculiar book and it intrigues me. The cover alone is eerily amusing.

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  10. Shift and The Name of the Star have been added to my TBR list...thanks!

    Here's my IMM! Have a great week :]

    NoraBell, The Bookery

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  11. The Name of the Star is amazing, I finished it this morning and it is one of my favourite books of this year! It was SO GOOD :D Hope you enjoy it! Happy reading! :)

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  12. Nice selection this week Vicki! :)

    The Name of the Star and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children are both high on my wishlist.

    Happy reading!

    Shelagh
    The Word Fiend

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  13. Ooh, Name of the Star looks really good! And I'm dying to read Shift. Happy reading :)

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  14. Lovely book week - I must say I dont think I have ever seen you have a bad one lol

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