Saturday, November 20, 2010

In My Mailbox -44-

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren every Sunday. In My Mailbox is a weekly meme that lets everyone see what books you have received or bought that week.

This week was a pretty quiet week for books. I received only a few, but that's okay. It gives me a chance to read all those I need to catch up on! :) 
For Review
1. The Elephant Tree - R.D. Ronald (signed, and received a few bookmarks.) 
2. Minder - Kate Kaynak (not pictured)
3. Adversary - Kate Kaynak (not pictured)

Many thanks goes to Richard Ronald, and Kate Kaynak for the books I received this week! 

That's what I received in my mailbox this week, what did you get in yours? 


brandileigh2003 said...

I absolutely love Minder and Adversary! I hope you do too!

Mrs. Q: Book Addict said...

These are all new to me. I'll be looking out for your reviews!

Jenny said...

I haven't heard of some of these but I'll definitely be checking them out. Cant' wait to see what you think about Virals too, I've read good reviews of that one!

Miss Page-Turner said...

Oh I saw this one on another blog several weeks ago.I really like its title. Haven't read a Kate Kaynak book so far, are they good?
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♫♥LovLivLife Reviews♥♫ said...

I've been hearing a lot about Minder and Adversary but mu first time learning of The Elephant Tree. Looks like you've got a great week of reading ahead of you!!


Emma Michaels said...

Yeay! This is my first week of IMM! 

Emma Michaels

TheBookishSnob said...

Exciting mailbox this week! Happy reading :) Here's my mailbox this week

Chachic said...

I'm not familiar with the books that you mentioned but I do hope you enjoy reading them. :) Thanks for dropping by to check out my IMM.

Casey (The Bookish Type) said...

Oh so jealous! I can't wait to read Adversary! Minder was a really great read - it was a fascinating world! I hope you enjoy!

Alison said...

Super cool that you got the Kaynak books!