Sunday, November 20, 2011

In my mailbox #46

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by the Story Siren, where we talk about the books we got the past week.

I have had an amazing bookweek, and I have gotten a lot of books that I cannot wait to read.

For review (via Netgalley):

Sarah Zettel: Dust Girl

Stephanie Hemphill: Sisters of Glass

Jordan Dane: On a Dark Wing

Veronica Rossi: Under the Never Sky
Cynthia Hand: Hallowed
Peter Howe: Warriors of the Black Shroud

Brodi Ashton: Everneath

Jodi Meadows: Incarnate

Rachel Hartman: Seraphina

John Claude Bemis: The Prince Who Fell from the Sky


So many great titles that I have been dying to read. I have preordered hardcover - editions of some of them already, but I am so grateful to the publishers at Netgalley who let me read them a bit in advance. (All of the titles are due out in 2012) It felt like Christmas and my birthday all at once when I got approved. I know what I will be doing in December, can't wait to get into these titles. Thank you so much Harper Collins, Random House Children's Books & Harlequin.

Have you read any of these titles yet? What did you get in your mailbox?

9 comments:

GABY said...

You got great books! Happy Reading!
In My Mailbox

Anne said...

I so love the cover of Incarnate!!!

Anne (from Living in a Fairy World)

Grace Fonseca said...

Don't you just love Net Galley. Net Galley is like awesome. Great mailbox.

Grace
Livre De Amour-Books of Love Blog

Jac said...

So many good books!! Everneath is really high on my list. Sisters of the Glass looks good too.

Please check out what's In My Mailbox!

Ailsa said...

Warriors of the Black Shroud looks quite cool - I haven't seen that one in other places. So many pretty covers there! Happy reading :)
You can see my IMM here.

~Ailsa

Giselle said...

Ooh Fantastic mailbox! Hallowed is great! I also can't wait to read On A Dark Wing!

Giselle
Xpresso Reads

Rachel Brooks said...

Lots of great reads here! I can't wait to read Incarnate!

I found you via the IMM linky. I’m a new follower :)
Rachel Brooks Writes

The Norwegian BookGirl said...

@Gaby: Thamk you :) I definetly have some reading to do.

@Anne: I agree, Harter Collins is really great with their covers, I like Hallowed and Everneath too.

@Grace: Netgalley is pure awesomeness, especially being a blogger from Norway.

@Jac: I have heard great thing about Everneath, the premise sounds intriguing.

@Alisa: I have only read 1 review of Warriors of the Black Shroud, but it is not out until February I think.

@Giselle: Looking forward to Hallowed.

@Rachel:Thank you for following me :)

Mari - Escape In A Book said...

Great haul :D I have Hallowed as well but I've been trying to request as few titles as possible. I have a bunch of books at home that I need to finish before I go crazy on NG LOL

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