Sunday, September 2, 2012

Mailbox Monday, Sept 3

This week's Mailbox Monday (hosted in September at BookNAround) features books that arrived from the last two weeks (I just didn't have the motivation to do it last week).  As usual, so much gorgeous eye-candy, I don't even know where to start!  To learn more about any book, click on a cover and the link will automatically open in a new tab/window.

What did you get this week?

For Review

















Gifted/Swapped/Purchased


Thanks to The Feminist Texican for this copy!

24 comments:

  1. Wow! The Brontes catches my eye. The Cover of Your House is on Fire, Your Children Are Gone kind of creeps me out.

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    1. Isn't it so creepy? I'm not sure I'm going to be able to get through it!

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  2. Cannot wait to hear about the Ian McEwan!!! Love him!

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    1. I actually hated Atonement so I'm not super excited for this one -- altho the premise is vaguely interesting.

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  3. The Bronte's looks great. I'm intrigued by them. I love their novels but don't know very much about them. I'm really looking forward to your review.

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    1. Yeah, I know only the scantest details about them -- and this book seems to get v good reviews about the accuracy and conclusions, so I'm v excited for it!

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  4. That's a great looking stack of books. I'm going to have to add the Brontes to my TBR list. Love the covers of the A Barcelona Heiress and The Orchardist, too.

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    1. I luuuuuuuuuuurve the cover for A Barcelona Heiress -- isn't it marvelous?!

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  5. I'll tell you where to start: the Ian McEwan book. I haven't heard anything about it yet. Sure would be great if you did a giveaway with that one.

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    1. Funny -- I'm actually least keen on that one -- I didn't like Atonement! I'm not sure if I'll get a giveaway copy with it -- but fingers crossed!

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  6. I'm pretty much dying to read Sweet Tooth, but I gave my copy away to a coworker to read first. Bummer! I loved the Orchardist, and my friend LOVED the creepiness of Your House Is On Fire Your Children All Gone

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    1. I'm less excited for the McEwan as I didn't like Atonement but I'm dyyyiiing for Your House is on Fire... etc. It looks GOOD.

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  7. There are so many here that caught my interest. The Stevenson book, Sweet Tooth, The Barcelona Heiress, The Wives (last two new to me and look so good), and my best one The Brontes.

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  8. I'm excited about A Lack of Temperance. The setting (Eureka Springs, AR) is one of my favorite places to visit, plus I love historical mystery. Enjoy your books!

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  9. So many good ones here, but The Brontes is one I'm really curious about.

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  10. Wow! So Many Books!!! I want like all of them!

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  11. Every week you make me TBR list grow...LOL Enjy your fantastic new books.

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  12. Wow...I wouldn't know which one to read first. They all look so good.

    ENJOY!!!

    I have already read the book I received last week and have an author giveaway for it. LOL!! :)

    My review and giveaway book are waiting for you.

    Have a good week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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  13. I have The Brontes for review too. It looks absolutely awesome but it is also so very very long!

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  14. Can't wait for reviews of The Brontës! And I'm curious about the McEwan book.

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  15. Wow, that Kiesbye cover is amazing, totally disturbing and perfect for the subject. And the Miss Buncle Married is so charming!

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  16. The Brontes sounds fantastic! Happy reading!

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  17. Holy cow! I can tell that finding your blog will increase my to-read list exponentially, since I mostly follow YA blogs. Now I can add so much historical fiction. EXCELLENT.

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    1. mwahahahaha! :) Welcome to the addiction!

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