Mailbox Monday, May 6

In May, Mailbox Monday is hosted by Abi @ 4 the LOVE of BOOKS and my offering for this week is about three week's worth of arrivals, hence the huge haul.

To learn more about any title, click the cover and it will open in a new tab/window.

What did you get this week? What do you think of these titles?

For Review











Book cover: The Sweet Girl by Annabel Lyon



Book Cover: A Spear of Summer Grass by Deanna Raybourn

Book Cover: Royal Mistress by Anne Easter Smith








Won



Won thanks to Jenny Q of Let Them Read Books



Won thanks to Jessie at Ageless Pages Review!

Comments

  1. Wow, what a haul! I'm most curious about the Van Booy book. Happy reading!

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  2. such an awesome mailbox with lovely covers. the one that jumps out and calls to me is Rebel Angels. curious about that one, indeed.

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  3. I hope you enjoy Lady of Ashes as much as I did. I also received The Illusion of Separateness.

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  4. I have The Lullaby of Polish Girls too, it's supposed to be very good.

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  5. There's so many books here I'd love to read, but number one would be Royal Mistress. I've read and loved all of Anne Easter Smith's other books, so I'm sure I'll really enjoy this one as well.

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  6. All of those books and we only have one in common - Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence. I have to say Chocolate For Breakfast sounds good to me.

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  7. thanks for stopping by the Mailbox monday meme

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  8. Nice-looking batch of books this week! Love and Lament looks especially interesting - it's nice to find historical fiction set in my home state. :)

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  9. I enjoyed the prequel to A Spear of Summer Grass. Enjoy your new books. I think they all look fantastic!

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  10. Woohoo! I have The Illusion of Separateness on my stacks and can't wait to get to it. I downloaded Orphan Train for book club this week and also ordered myself a copy of Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking. :D

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  11. Didn't know that Kirino has a new book out. I enjoyed her previous noir novels.

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  12. Wow, what an impressive list of books! I'm intrigued by the title Chocolates for Breakfast.

    Enjoy your week!

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  13. Such gorgeous covers! I like the look of Love and Lament. Happy reading :)

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  14. This is such a fabulous mailbox. I would be just drooling over the whole lot of them.

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  15. Wow, that's a lot of books. The Goddess Chronicle has a gorgeous cover

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  16. Oh wow, so many wonderful titles, where to begin? Ones that have particularly caught my eye are Antonia Lively Breaks The Silence, The Bookman's Tale and that collection of stories from Connie Willis (love her work). Enjoy!

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  17. and, i thought i got an embarrassing number of new books...LOL enjoy - so many look good.

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  18. Wow...there are quite a few that I am envious of. ONE GLORIOUS AMBITION and THE BOOKMAN'S TALE are two of them. :)

    ENJOY them all!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday


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  19. Wonderful books in your mailbox. Hope you enjoy all your books!

    Here is my post!!

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  20. That's a lot of books. By covers only, several catch my eye. Read about the Simon Van Booy book on another site a week or so ago. Hope you have time to get them all read, in time.

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  21. Great list, a lot to read. Usually I find those sorts of covers weird because it looks like some of the book is missing, but I really like the one for Building Great Sentences. And I love the title Chocolates for Breakfast. Yes please!

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  22. Some great titles and books, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2013/05/mailbox-monday.html

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  23. Most of the covers are so visually appealing. I'm looking forward to Lullaby for Polish Girls --sounds a bit different for me.

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  24. Yay for Lady of Ashes. I really hope you'll like that one.

    A Spear of Summer Grass was pretty good. I haven't read any other books by the author so I don't know how it measures up to her other work, but it's solid.

    I also received Royal Mistress -- how awesome does that one sound? I'm pretty excited to get to that one.

    Great haul, Audra. I hope it's all happy reading :)

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