Saturday, April 14, 2012

In My Mailbox #9

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren, and it's an opportunity to show off all the books we've gotten!

Fair Game by Patricia Briggs (review)

From NetGalley
The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa
The Eternity Code by Eoin Colfer
The Opal Deception by Eoin Colfer
Something Red by Douglas Nicholas
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
Whispers Under Ground by Ben Aaronovitch
When Darkness Hungers by J.K. Beck
Child of the Mountains by Marilyn Sue Shank

That's all for this week! (Okay, three weeks.) Thanks for stopping by! What's in your mailbox?


  1. Great haul! I also got The Immortal Rules in my IMM.
    Happy reading!
    My IMM

  2. Child of the Mountains looks really good! I'll have to check that out. Happy reading! :)

  3. Great books! Something Red looks creepy and I don't even know what it's about! It has a great cover. :) I look forward to seeing what you think of The Immortal Rules. I really wasn't a fan, but everyone LOVES it!

    Happy reading! :)

  4. The Immortal Rules is just wonderful! I hope you enjoy all your new books. Happy reading :D
    Here's my IMM!

  5. Lots of great books for you to read! I really enjoyed The Immortal Rules and hope you will love it too. :)

  6. The Immortal Rules was so good! I want to re-read it. I also love the Mercedes Thompson series and want to read Fair Game.
    My IMM

  7. Great books! Hope you enjoy them!

  8. Fair Games is going on my wishlist!! My IMM Post

  9. Nice selection! I love Patricia Briggs and really liked this book. I also just read THE IMMORTAL RULES and can't wait to start sharing it with my students. My mailboxes are here and here. Happy reading!

  10. Awesome selection of books this week!

    Thanks for sharing,
    My IMM for this week -

  11. Great set! Yay for Immortal Rules. It was incredibly good. Enjoy.
    My IMM


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