Sunday, 22 May 2011

In My Mailbox 22/5/11

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren

Pretty spring mailbox.

This week I'm showing the books I've got over the past 2 weeks because I didn't do an IMM last week. Here's what I got:

The Resistance by Gemma Malley (thank you to ComaCalm for sending me it)

I've actually read this one and the rest of this dystopian trilogy and have the first book The Declaration already so I couldn't resist a lovely hardcover copy! It was written a long time before the new wave of dystopians flooding the book world and if you haven't read this series then I really recommend it

Daughter of Venice by Donna Napoli (thank you to ComaCalm again)

As you probably know if you're a long term reader, I love historical fiction and this one's set in Italy so all the better. I'm looking forward to seeing what it's like.

Girl 15 Flirting For England by Sue Limb (thank you to Bloomsbury)

I read this one this week and the antics of 15 year old Jess were pretty hilarious! Review to come soon.

Mad Love by Suzanne Selfors (thank you to Bloomsbury)

This one looks like a cute, fun read.

Precious Norman Honour by A.L Stumo (thank you to the author)

Another historical-yay! It's based on a real siege that's happening in the 12th century told through the eyes of a young girl. It sounds right up my street so I hope I enjoy it.

What did you get in your mailbox this week?


  1. I loved the declaration but I haven't read the resistance. Definitely something all fans of dystopian should read. Great mailbox, especially mad love!

  2. Great books! I think the The Declaration sounds amazing, and the Sue Limb books sounds so funny!

  3. Interested to see what you make of Mad Love!


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