Mailbox Monday, March 25

This week's Mailbox Monday (hosted in March by Caitlin @ chaotic compendiums) is very light one -- just a handful of books! Still, some exciting arrivals!  To learn more about any of these books, click the picture -- link will open in a new link/window.

What did you get this week?

For Review







Gifted/Swapped/Purchased

Comments

  1. Looking forward to The Ashford Affair!

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  2. New books to me. They all look fabulous!

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  3. Super jealous that you've received The Ashford Affair. I can't wait to read it! I read The Fool's Tale a few years back and thought it was good. Daughter of the Sky sounds interesting so I'll look out for your review to see what you think of it.

    I hop you enjoy all of your new books.

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  4. The Fool's Tale looks really interesting! I can't wait to see what you think of it!

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  5. Great looking books, especially Orphan Train. Enjoy!

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  6. I already put in reservations for the Galland and Upson books. I've read Upson before and liked her books very much.

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  7. As always, an intriguing roundup :) I'm especially excited about Orphan Train! :)

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  8. Great mailbox! I hope you enjoy Orphan Train as much as I did. Love the cover of The Fool's Tale.

    Enjoy your week...and here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  9. Orphan Train is supposed to be good. Happy reading.

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  10. The Orphan Train looks really good. I read The Fool's Tale a few years ago and really liked it. I'm looking forward to her new one :)

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  11. All of those look great! I couldn't pick just one - enjoy them all!

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  12. The cover design of The Center of the World is stunning - enjoy.

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  13. The colours in Daughter of the Sky! Added The Fool's Tale to my bookmarks, I've read lots of medieval books about the border but never Wales itself. Enjoy your books!

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  14. The Orphan Train is one that I really want to read, and I have had The Fool's Tale on my shelf for a few years now. I need to get to that one. Perhaps a joint read?

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  15. I've been really curious about Orphan Train. Happy reading!

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  16. I've only read one Nicola Upson book, and I loved it. I really need to get going on the rest of hers. And the guy on the Clockword Mafia cover has gorgeous eyes.

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  17. Oooh, The Ashford Affair is pretty. I own one Willig book but haven't gotten to it. Hope you love!

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