Saturday, April 4, 2009

In My Mailbox (7)

Okay, I'm feeling lazy this week and I bought a ridiculous amount of stuff, so no pictures just titles and authors. In My Mailbox is brought to you by the most awesome The Story Siren.

Here goes:

The Circle of Blood by Alane Ferguson--I read the first two in this series and liked them a lot, so I decided it was time to pick this one up as well.
City of Glass by Cassandra Clare
Dead is the New Black by Marlene Perez
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith (YAY!!)
Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway
Hottie by Jonathan Bernstein
The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks

So there you have it. The bookstore loves me, but my wallet does not.

By the way I saw Fast & Furious today. I wasn't going to see it, but well....Vin Diesel and all. It was actually a lot of fun and the perfect movie if you want to escape the world for 2 hours.

26 comments:

  1. I really loved Audrey, Wait! Very fun and LIKABLE book.

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  2. I'm so jealous that you got Pride and Prejudice and Zombies! I've been wanting to get/read that book ever since I heard about it a couple of months ago.

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  3. nice stash. lots of great books! you'll love COG.. i sure did!!!

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  4. OOOh I want to see F&F, it's my guilty pleasure. Hope you love Audrey, Wait as much as I did

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  5. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Sounds so fun. And you got Wait, Audrey too : D

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  6. Yeay for a greet book week. I have to say that City of Glass was my favorite book of this year and it is going to take an awesome book to knock it out of the top. I also recieved the Reformed Vampire Support Group, it was too funny to resist.

    I will be seeing Vin Diesel on Sunday and I cannot wait :)

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  7. Audrey, Wait is sooooo good! Can't wait to see what you think of Hottie, I have gotten mixed reviews from all the blogs. Happy Reading!

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  8. Haha, my wallet does not love me either this week ;) I can't wait to start The Reformed Vampire Support Group, and I'm in the middle of P&P&Z!!!

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  9. pride and prejudice and zombies!!! want that:) mr. darcy as a zombie sounds halarious...
    and fast and furious is also a great action movie! Paul walker is another story...lol:)

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  10. I really enjoyed City of Glass and our YA Summer Book Club loved Audrey, Wait. It's making its way through the 8th grade girls at school right now.

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  11. Ooh I'm jealous! Audrey, Wait! is on my wishlist! I saw Fast and the Furious last night too, my husband insisted, but I was entertained as well, Vin Diesal in tight shirts and all...

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  12. Great book week! I loved CoG!!! I saw F&F yesterday! I thought it was good!

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  13. Hottie? *sigh* I can't wait to read this one! And I love the sound of Dead is the New Black.

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  14. P&P&Z?! Lucky - the premise of that sounds so intriguign!

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  15. City of Glass! Yey! (I'm reading it at the moment and it is AMAZING!).

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  16. i've never understood Vin Diesel's appeal -- it's gotta be either his gravelly voice or his cool name

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  17. Ah yes Vin. I had forgotten how very much I liked him until I saw this movie. Now I need to dig out Pitch Black.

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  18. Nice books! I heartily approve.
    :D

    And I confess to a secret crush on both Vin Diesel and Jason Statham...

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  19. City of Glass is fanfrickintastic, imho the best in the trilogy. I read about Pide and Predjudice and Zombies on Libba Bray's blog and i'v been meaning to go out ad get it. You should tell me what you think:-) and the new Cathrine Jinks book looks fun. Did you read Evil Genius?

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  20. Kathleen,

    I haven't read Evil Genius, but I've looked at it more than a few times. I couldn't resist this one though. If I like it I'll probably pick up her other books.

    Have you read it?

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  21. Hope you enjoy City of Glass. I got that one too!

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  22. yeah, but i haven't read the sequal yet (even though have the ARC on my bookshelf) It's slow at the beginnng and kind of long but a really fun read, it's a pretty unique story too which is hard to come by these days

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