In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox {12}

 

So this week I actually went book shopping! I know, what a huge surprise. So I have a few books to show you this week. I really hope some of you don’t disown me because of one, but I just couldn’t help myself.
Bought
Cryer’s Cross – Lisa McMann
The Iron King – Julie Kagawa
My mom also got a book this week that when she bought it, she looked at me and said “If I get this, will you read it?” My first thought was, you do know who you are talking to right? Of course I’ll read anything haha. So here’s the book my mom got that I will end up reading once she is done
A Discovery of Witches – Deborah Hakness
What did you get in your mailbox?
In My Mailbox is an idea created by the amazing Kristi ofΒ The Story SirenΒ 

13 thoughts on “In My Mailbox {12}

  1. A Discovery of Witches? Your mom has great taste, LOL. πŸ˜› And I love the covers for the entire Iron series — haven't read them, but I've heard a lot about them. πŸ™‚

    Here's my IMM.

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  2. Awesome books this week! The Iron King is good but I liked it's sequel more. I hope you like it, though!

    Love your blog and thanks for stopping by my IMM!

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  3. I am DYING to read the Iron King. I can't find it on sale anywhere! I should just suck it up and pay full price.

    Ewww to the Jersey Shore book! LOL. I won't disown you though. We all have our things we like that others think we're crazy for. πŸ˜›

    A Discovery of Witches sounds so good! I can't wait to see what you think of it! I've been eying it since it came out.

    Jennifer of Little Shelf

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  4. I got Iron King at walmart surprisingly! I saw they had the all three so I had to grab up the first one of course. Yes, Jersey Shore is my obsession. Well, kind of my dirty little secret but oh well, it entertains me haha. Once my mom is done reading Discovery of Witches, it is all mine!

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  5. Thanks for dropping by my IMM! Cryer's Cross has been on my radar for a while, sounds creepy and I'm interested to see how the psychological aspect of OCD is tackled. Enjoy your books!

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