✉ Mailbox Monday ✉ 01-12-09

Mailbox Monday
It’s Mailbox Monday again! I’ve been neglecting this over the holidays, but I’m back and determined to continue on with the fun.

Thanks again to Marcia at The Printed Page for hosting this awesome weekly event!

I’m starting fresh here folks, so today I will be showing the books that I welcomed home since the New Year. It’s not that bad really :P


 
ARC Arrivals

children of chaos new dark voices 2
 

Random Books I Found At Post-Xmas Sales

awakenings garden spells great and terrible beauty kits law locus awards
monster of templeton notes from a small island poison study reading group second summoning
the stone angel suck it up white hotel woman on the edge of time year of magical thinking
 

Cool Series Found At Used Bookshop

sorority eve sorority merilynn sorority samantha


 Ultimate Fan-Friggin-Tastic Find!

dark knights and holy fools



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22 comments:

Lenore said...

OOOH! You got some great books at the after Christmas sales. So envious!!

Sandra said...

What a haul. Well done. I loved Awakenings and The Year of Magical Thinking. I want to read The Monsters of Templeton. You have some good reading there. Enjoy.

bkclubcare said...

WOW! wow.

Beth F said...

Awesome group of books!!

gautami tripathy said...

Thats some great pile of books!

Happy Reading!

Here is mine

birdbrainbb.net said...

Let me know how you like Woman on the Edge of Time. I read it last fall for a class and didn't get to talk enough about it, so I'd love to discuss it if you'd, er, like to. *cough*

bermudaonion said...

You got some great books! I wish our book stores had post Christmas sales like that. Garden Spells and Notes from a Small Island look especially interesting to me.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Wow, you did really really well. I hope you enjoy them all! :)

-Lauren

I started a blog for all things non-american and this is what I got (Shooting Stars List on other blog)

http://bridgethegapx.blogspot.com/2009/01/in-your-mailbox.html

Serena said...

Looks like you got a wide variety of books.

Is the Second Summoning by Tanya Huff from the same author of the Blood Books??? I.e. blood price etc.?

Kailana said...

You got some great books there! I love A Great and Terrible Beauty and Kit's Law. I wouldn't mind rereading Kit's Law this year, actually, because I can't remember what happens in that book and what happens in Downhill Chance. They sort of run together at this point! I also want to reread Poision Study this year. Oh, and I think I was in the minority, but I hated Joan Didion's book!

Dar said...

You have a lot of good books there. I've read the first of the Sorority books and enjoyed it. I still have the other two to read. Garden Spells and the Libba Bray series is really good. Enjoy all these great books.

Nymeth said...

Terry Gilliam :D

wow, what a great haul. I'm especially envious that you found Awakenings, Garden Spells and The Year of Magical Thinking!

I couldn't find anything good at the post-Christmas sales here...which is probably for the best :P

Alyce said...

I really want to read Garden Spells - it's been on my wish list for a while.

Belle @ MsBookish said...

Wow! Can I tag along with you when you do the post-Xmas sales next year? What an incredible bounty of books!

Wendi B. - Wendi's Book Corner ~ Rainy Day Reads in Seattle said...

Wow - great group of books!

I love the covers of Garden Spells and A Great and Terrible Beauty!

Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

bkclubcare said...

Joanne? May I, too, have a copy of Dewey's review form? If you could be so kind? Thank you, oh thank you ever so much! (I'm reading Anne of Green Gables and I've been talking like her nonstop today.)

Andi said...

You got some GREAT books at the Post-Xmas sale!!! I see all kinds of yummy goodies.

chartroose said...

It looks like a huge reading order to me, although I can only get through about three books a month.

And Terry Gilliam to boot! This would help feed my Monty Python addiction

chartroose said...

It looks like a huge reading order to me, although I can only get through about three books a month.

And Terry Gilliam to boot! This would help feed my Monty Python addiction for sure!

mari said...

wow. Lots of books. I am jealous. :)

Anna said...

What a great bunch of books! I have Woman on the Edge of Time. I read it ages ago, so I don't remember specifics, but I remember finding it very interesting.

Happy reading!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

naida said...

my gosh woman! thats one heck of a haul! lol enjoy them :)
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