Mailbox Monday, Jan 21

Mailbox Monday is hosted in January at Lori's Reading Corner. Another eclectic week of arrivals, including more than one I've been sweating for.  Super excited to dig in!

To learn more about a title, click on the cover -- it'll open up in a new tab/window.

What did you get this week?

For Review


  1. Wowee! You got some great looking books! I love the cover of Bad Indians! Enjoy!

  2. Your mailbox is overflowing with goodies! I can't wait to dive into Phillip Rock's trilogy -- I've seen so many good reviews. I'm struck by the cover of The Reckoning -- stunning! Looking forward to your thoughts on these. Have a great week!

  3. Looks like some great selections!!

  4. Nice mailbox! The Tea Planter's Daughter sounds intriguing, and I'm super jealous you have access to the third Greville family novel before release date. I have to wait :-( Oh well, at least I have the second one ready to go.

  5. How is it that every time you post a mailbox monday, my wishlist grows??! You always have such awesome looking books!!

  6. I cant even begin to tell you how much I love your mailbox! Starting with youir first one The Tea Planters Daughter. sounds amazing the whole lot of books.

  7. Love the covers of the two books by Philip Rock, and the Katsu is wonderful too. Enjoy your books!

  8. So many fabulous looking titles as usual. France's and Bernard in particular has caught my attention. I just finished reading The Best of All Possible Worlds - enjoy!

  9. The cover for The Best of All Possible Worlds is odd. Is it about elephants? Science fiction? Science fiction elephants?

    Is Cliff of the Ruin holding a broom? *tilts head*

    Fifty Shades of Dorian Gray. OH NO.

  10. I received the rest of the Phillip Rock trilogy too and can't wait to dig in. I'm looking forward to your Fifty Shades of Dorian Gray review!

  11. Wow, wow, wow....they all look like AWESOME titles.


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  12. Great mailbox this week. There are some gorgeous covers there.
    2 Kids and Tired Books MM


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