Sunday, 24 November 2013

In My Mailbox #182: New Books This Week

In My Mailbox idea from Kristi @ The Story Siren, and any links take you to Amazon. Click images for a bigger picture!

Thanks to all publishers who sent me lovely books to review this week! I received a couple of duplicate ARCs which will be going to a good home. :)


For review:
  • After edited by Ellen Datlow and Terry Windling


For review - Netgalley:

  • The Poison Diaries: Weed by Hugh Sington and Jane Northumberland
  • The Moment Before by Suzy Vitello
  • Stones by Polly Johnson
  • Running Girl by Simon Mason
  • Autumn Rose by Abigail Gibbs
  • Hope is a Ferris Wheel by Robin Herrera
  • Red by Alison Cherry
  • The Queen of Dreams by Peter Hamilton
  • Just One Year by Gayle Forman
  • Sneaking Candy by Lisa Burstein
  • Vengeance by Megan Miranda
  • The Best Thing I Never Had by Erin Lawless
  • Pride's Run by Cat Kalen
  • The Art of Falling by Jenny Kaczorowski
  • Beyond Our Stars by Marie Langager



  • Unfinished Tales by J.R.R. Tolkien
  • The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (new AU edition)
  • Cabinet of Curiosities by Guillermo del Toro
  • Middle-Earth Envisioned by Paul Simpson and Brian J. Robb
  • Gothic Art by Nicola Henderson
  • Vampire Art Now by Jasmine Becket-Griffith and Matthew David Becket 


  • A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan (Thanks to Lynn at Lynns Books for this one!)

Happy reading!


Miss Page-Turner said...

Wow, you got so many Netgalley books. Enjoy them all. Also love that you get every single edition of The Book Thief that's out there. It's a truly wonderful book <3

prophecygirl said...

Miss Page - Yes, I agree! :) I get whichever editions I can get hold of. Lots of UK publishers are on Netgalley now so they send me the links instead of a copy in the post. It's better cos I hardly have any space left in my room!

Ailsa said...

Oh, I loved A Natural History Of Dragons, and it has such lovely illustrations inside! I hope you enjoy it!

My book haul post

Kay @ Dead Book Darling said...

I really really REALLY want a copy of Natural History of Dragons! I just adore the idea of it. I vaguely recall a similar book about monster biology coming out a few years ago (?)... wish I could remember what it was called as I am craving ALL THE NON-FICTION-FICTION.

Also: that's a lot of Netgalley! Someone likes her ebooks ;)