Sunday, 1 April 2012

In My Mailbox #153: New Books in February & March!

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Hey guys! I haven't done an IMM post since early February, so this is a bit of a bumper one. My mum has been very very ill but is doing really well and finishes treatment in about a month. That's why I haven't been online much, obviously, and my blog has taken a back seat. I've just started reading again and have read two books this week, so hopefully I can get back into it properly and catch up with some of my TBR pile. Thanks, as always, to all the lovely publishers and friends who have sent me books and other goodies. It made me happy during a time that has been anything but!

Anyway, here are all the books that were new to my mailbox:


For review:




Rebecca Herman said...

That Titanic book looks quite nice, but it's $50, yikes!

prophecygirl said...

Rebecca - I know! Mine was £32.50 but it's a giant hardback and so nice. Maybe keep an eye out for it going a bit cheaper?

Siobhán @ Totally Bookalicious said...

OMG!! SOOOO many amazing books! I do a few of them for review as well. Hope you enjoy them all.

IMM @ Totally Bookalicious

Lori said...

Sorry to hear about your mom. I'm happy to hear she's doing well, though.

Those are all fantastic books! I enjoyed Partials and Fury!

Bungle said...

Some brill books this week. Some I have, some I want. That Melissa Marr needs to be added to my bookshelf!

Ellie Warren said...

Bumper crop! I hope you love The Snow Child when you get round to it, it's magical. I got Apocalype Cow the other week, can't wait to start it :)

Mel said...

I just adore the new covers to the Dark Tower books - so beautiful! It's my ambition to own all of the new covers - my current copies are all different covers and formats and very much a hodge-podge as I collected them over so many years.

Hope your mum's doing well - it's hard when Mum's are ill. Hugs!

Book Angel Emma said...

Glad your Mum is feeling a little better honey.
Family has to come first <3

kara-karina@Nocturnal Book Reviews said...

Sending well wishes to your mom!
I hope she gets better and better. This is one amazing mailbox and I hope you enjoy all your reads! Take care *hugs*

cat said...

Hey! I just emailed you then checked my google reader and lo! A post by you! Yay!

So..I'm out of it lately, but that means I just did the following.

*looks at picture with The Peculiars book in it*
"That's odd, why does it come with a FREE BROOM?"
*looks at larger photo*
"Ohhhhh!! That says PROOF, not BROOM"


I crack me up.

xoxo darling

Ailsa said...

Ooh, lots of cool books there!
I've got the first book in that Sarah Silverwood series in my TBR pile at the moment, but I've only got as far as the first page so far. I've seen The Intern on a couple of blogs, but no reviews for it yet - it certainly sounds interesting though.
I hope you enjoy all your books, it looks like you've got some really great reads there.
And sorry to hear about your mum, I hope she continues to do well.

You can check out my IMM over here.


Cliona said...

Glad to hear your mum is getting better!

OMG. I am not even going to begin to describe the level of jealousy I hold for you and your books right now. OMG. ;)

Becky said...

I have been totally out of the blogging loop these last two months so I'm really sorry to hear that your mum hasn't been well. Sending all your family my best wishes.

I'm going to have to make a note of some of your books to go away and read the blurbs. I'm thinking I'd like 172 hours on the Moon and Bunheads.

I've not been reading much YA. I needed a time out. I've been reading adult fantasy and some modern fiction for the staff book group.

If you need help with anything, just send me an email. I mean it! x

TG said...

Wow, those are a lot of books! That's about the 3rd or 4th cover I've seen for Holly Black's White Cat; I wonder why they keep changing them? Anyway, thank you for reminding me about Bunheads - I really want to read that, but had forgotten all about it.