In My Mailbox is a meme created and hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren with inspiration from Alea at Pop Culture Junkie. All book titles link to further info at Goodreads.
I've heard lots of good things about this title and now that I have jumped back on the fantasy horse I thought I would give it a go. I particularly like the sound of Katsa - I haven't read a truly kick ass heroine for ages and she sounds like she might just fit the bill.
The Glass Demon
This is another title that has been on my wish list forever. I love a good spooky story, but there aren't that many out there - this, however, looks pretty chilling. Looking forward to curling up with it and being (hopefully) scared witless.
Harper Collins 2010
I honestly have no idea why I am continuing with this series. I would certainly like the books more were the main character simply not in them - I have no Bianca love... Oh, wait! I know why I read them - Balthazar. He rocks. Sadly, he's not in this one much but Claudia Gray has left it on a cliffhanger (don't care so much about that) which leads me to believe he will be in the final instalment much, much more! Yay Balthazar!
What can I say?? I haven't started this yet - I am enjoying just having it in my possession. I occasionally stroke the cover, content in the knowledge that I can read it whenever I want.
I won this from the lovely Steph Su, but by the time she had sent it out I received a surprise ARC of the same title from Penguin. Never fear, I will not hog them both - one copy will be being donated to the cause over at UK Book Tours.
The Body Finder
Harper Collins 2010
I won this from the author herself and was pretty excited - particularly when it showed up personalised and with a whole bunch of Body Finder swag. I've read it already and am a fan - review to follow soon.
So that was my week - how was yours? I have done something unseen, yet horrible to my back so should get plenty of reading done while lying flat on the floor - glad that I have so many good books to keep me going. Happy reading, everybody - may you do yours upright and in no pain...