Mailbox Monday, March 18

Here's this week's Mailbox Monday (hosted in March by Caitlin @ chaotic compendiums).  A light week for arrivals, although oddly, a lot of duplicates, including three copies of Bee Ridgway's The River of No Return!

To learn more about a title, click the image -- it will open in a new tab/window.  What did you get this week?

For Review











Won



Via GoodReads Giveaways

Gifted/Swapped/Purchased



Gifted from Raging Bibliomania -- thank you!

Comments

  1. River of Stars and your books with international settings look very appealing!

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    1. River of Stars is intimidating -- it's like 800 pages or something!

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  2. Yay, Carmilla! Trust me, you're going to love it :)

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    1. I'm so excited for it -- I too suspect it'll be love!

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  3. Under Heaven was fantastic; really looking forward to your review of River of Stars!

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  4. Every one of these books looks fabulous. WOW...ENJOY!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews

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  5. I do so like the sound of Long live the King and Bristol House. Looking forward to your thoughts.

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  6. So excited to see Jeannine's new book, Unexplained Fevers...my copy must be on its way! Unnatural Creatures and Season of Rainbirds both caught my eye out of this list. I look forward to seeing you reviews for these. Perhaps Unexplained Fevers for National Poetry Month's blog tour? http://savvyverseandwit.com/2013/03/2013-national-poetry-month-blog-tour-sign-ups.html

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  7. Some unusual sounding stories in this collection. I have not read anything from Nadeem Aslam but I would like to. Enjoy.

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  8. I am loling so hard at Unexplained Fevers, especially because the font makes it look like the woman has antlers.

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  9. Hooray for Monique Roffey! I adored her last novel and am really looking forward to this one:-)

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  10. This is a light week?! LOL
    Here is my Memes post.
    Bristol House looks great, it's one I had to turn down but I would love to get it eventually.

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  11. AHHH! I didn't know Monique Roffey had a new book coming out!

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  12. I love Guy Gavriel Kay, and Carmilla is one of my favorite stories.

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